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1907-8 

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CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Publishers' Note xiii 

List of Sales xv 

Sales ........ i — 306 

Index : — 

Pictures 309—333 

Drawings 333—347 

Engravings : — 

Artists 347—352 

Engravers . 352—364 



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and Prints, Needlework, Sheffield Plate, Weapons, etc. 

He makes inventories of collections of the above for insurance 
against fire or burglary, or for probate (a speciality). Likewise attends 
or arranges sales by auction on very advantageous terms. 



PUBLISHERS' NOTE. 

The purpose of this volume, which it is intended to publish 
annually, calls for no explanation. Its limitation to the sales 
conducted by Messrs. Christie, Manson, and Woods may 
require some justification. In thus limiting the scope of the 
volume we have adopted one of only two possible courses, 
having regard to considerations of size and cost of production. 
In presenting a record of art prices current we might have 
made a selection of certain of the "lots" sold at all the 
principal auction rooms. But on what principle was such a 
selection to be made? The price realised is not always a 
measure of the interest which a " lot " may have for a collector 
or dealer. Whatever figure had been fixed it would surely have 
excluded many of the most remarkable " lots." An exception- 
ally low price is, in itself, often a matter of keen interest. 
Instances occur in the present volume, such as Haydon's 
historical drawing (120 by 143 inches) which obtained no 
higher price than a guinea at the Sutherland Sale. If, on 
the other hand, any other method of selection were adopted, it 
could merely express individual taste, feeling, and judgment, 
which might often be at variance with the general interest of 
collectors or dealers. This is what has occurred in respect to 
all previous publications of the kind, based, as they have been, 
on an arbitrary process of selection. In choosing the other 
course, and giving the price of every picture, drawing, and 
engraving sold at Christie's — universally acknowledged to be 



PUBLISHERS' NOTE. 



the chief auction mart for artistic property — we have entirely 
eliminated this personal element, whilst not appreciably impair- 
ing, we believe, the practical utility of the volume as an index 
to current values. " Something of everything " — of the best 
pictorial art — comes sooner or later, it has been said, to the 
hammer at jChristie's, and a complete record of the prices 
obtained at the famous King Street Galleries can, therefore, 
claim the title which has been given to this volume. 



LIST OF SALES. 

PAGE 

November 23, 1907. 
Sowerby Heirlooms, from Putteridge Bury, Herts . . i 

November 30, 1907. 

Collection of Hemry Lovatt, Esq., Low Hill, Bushbury, 
Staffs 6 

December 2, 1907. 
Collection of Frederick Manuelle, Esq., 100, Queen's Gate 11 

December 7, 1907, and April 25, 1908. 
Stock of Mr. Thomas Richardson, Piccadilly . . 15, 157 

December 14, 1907. 

Collection of Mrs. Oddie, Hawthorn Lodge, Bracknell, 
Berks 23 

December 21, 1907. 

Collection of William Rome, Esq., F.S.A., Creaksea 
Place, Bumham-on-Crouch 28 

January 18, 1908. 
Stock of Mr. Thomas Maclean, 7, Haymarket, S.W. . 33 

January 25, 1908. 

Collection of H. C. Brunning, Esq., Norfolk Hotel, 
Brighton 40, 50 

January 25, 1908. 
Collection of Mrs. M. Wattenbach, 18, Heme Hill, S.E. 43, 53 

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LIST OF SALES. 



February i, 1908. page 

Collection of G. B. C. Leverson, Esq., 18, Queensberry 
Place, S.W 60 

February i, igo8. 

Collection of Mrs. Edwin Long, 42, Netherhall Gardens, 
Finchley Road, N.W 62 

February i, 1908. 

Collection of Mrs. Hannah Entwistle, " The Oaks," 
Sunninghill, Berks 63 

February 8, igo8. 

Collection of His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, Trentham 
Hall, Staffs 65 

February 12, 1908. 
Collection of Mrs. T. S. Kennedy, Bridge House, 
Wetherby, Yorks 69 

February 15, 1908. 

Collection of Charles A. D. Halford, Esq., 50, Prince's 
Gate 74 

February 22, 1908. 

Collection of Mrs. Mary Radcliffe, 20, Queen's Gate . 84 

February 24, 1908. 

Collection of T. M. Whitehouse, Esq., Graiseley Old Hall, 
Wolverhampton 92 

February 29, 1908. 
Collection of Lord Young, 28, Moray Place, Edinburgh . 94 

March 7, 1908. 
Collection of C. T. Dickens, Esq. , Arkindale, Putney Hill, 

S.W 99 

March 7, 1908. 

Collection of R. E. Tatham, Esq., 20, York Street, 
Portman Square 100 



LIST OF SALES. xvli 



March 14, igo8. page 

Collection of William Connal, Esq., Glasgow . . . 103 

March 16, 1908. 

Collection of Sir Charles A. Turner, K.C.I.E., 62, Ennis- 
more Gardens, S.W 107 

March 17, 1908. 

Collection of Thomas Wilkinson, Esq., 36, Duke Road, 
Brighton 112 

March 21, 1908. 

Collection of E. R. Burnett, Esq., 160, Cromwell Road, 
S.W 117 

March 28, 1908. 
Collection of Claude A. C. Ponsonby, Esq. . . . 126 

March 28, igo8. 
Collection of J. E. Fordham, Esq., Melbourn, Bury . 130 

March 28, 1908. 

Collection of Brownlow Poulter, Esq., 15, Western 
Parade, Southsea 130 

March 28, 1908. 
Collection of A. Hichens, Esq., 27, Chester Street, S.W. 130 

March 30, 1908. 

Collection of Mrs. Caleb Rose (formerly widow of James 
N. Sherrington, Esq.) 133 

April 4 and 7, 1908. 
Collection of T. H. Ismay, Esq., Dawpool, Cheshire 137, 142 

April 4, 1908. 

Collection of Rt. Hon. Sir A. F. Acland-Hood . . .139 

April 7 and May 8, 1908. 

Collection of Marchioness Conyngham, 36, Belgrave 
Square, S.W 145. 187 



xviii LIST OF SALES. 

April ii, igo8. page 

Collection of Thomas Wood, Esq., 2, Mandeville Place, W. 148 

April 13, 1908. 

Collection of Richard Mills, 34, Queen's Gate Place, 
S.W 152 

April 13, 1908. 

Collection of R. W. Cresswell, Esq., Hamilton House, 
Hall Road, N.W 155 

April 28, 1908. 

Collection of Joseph Gregs, Esq., 23, Granville Square, 
W.C 165 

May I and May 12, 1908. 

Collection of John Muir Hetherington, Esq., 19, Upper 
Grosvenor Street, W 178, 201 

May 8, 1908. 

Collection of Mrs. H. W. Cholmle}', 42, Cadogan Square, 
S.W 189 

May 8, 1908. 
Collection of Edward, First Earl of EUenborough . . 191 

May II, 1908. 
Collection of Richard Smith, Esq., 174, Cromwell Road . 193 

May 15, 1908. 
Collection of Hermann Zoeppritz, Esq., i Orsett Terrace, 
W 203 

May 15, 1908. 

Collection of Miss Guthrie Wright, 2, Lansdowne 
Crescent, Edinburgh 205 

May 15, 1908. 
Collection of The Right Hon. the Earl of Clarendon . 206 

May 21 and July 6, 1908. 
Collection of Humphrey Roberts, Esq., 8, Queen's Gate 
Place, S.W 208, 38a 



LIST OF SALES. 



May 26, 1908. PAGE 

Collection of Sir James Knowles 217 

May 29, 1908. 
Collection of William Hill Dawson, Esq., 50, Kensington 

Court 239 

May 29, igo8. 

Collection of Captain L. M. Strachey, The Nook, Ryde, 
I.W 239 

May 29, 1908. 

Collection of Sir Robert Loder, Bart., 47, Grosvenor 
Square, S.W 239 

June i, 1908. 

Collection of Alfred Trapnell, Esq., Great Chatfield, 
Woolstonecroft Road, Bournemouth .... 241 

June i, 1908. 

Collection of George Brodie, Esq., 9 Park Mansions, 
Knightsbridge 243 

June 4 and July 6, 1908. 
Collection of George Francis Watts, Esq., Manchester 246, 283 

June 12, igo8. 
Collection of Nathaniel Caine, Esq., Liverpool . . 251 

June 15, 1908. 

Collection of G. H. Boughton, Esq., R.A., West House, 
Campden Hill, W 256 

June 19, 1908. 

Collection of Mrs. Stem, Littlegrove, East Barnet . . 261 

June 19, 1908. 

Collection of Joseph Broome, Esq., Manchester and 
Llandudno 263 

June 25, 1908. 

Collection of Stephen G. Holland, Esq., 56, Porchester 
Terrace, W 265 



LIST OF SALES. 



July io, 1908. pag« 

Collection of Robert Fraser, Esq., Green Bank, Chester . 287 

July id, 1908. 

Collection by William Imrie, Esq., Holmstead, Moseley 
Hill, Liverpool 290 

July 10, 1908. 

Collection of C. E. Spurling, Esq., 4, Palace Road, 
Surbiton, and Gray's Inn 290 

July 10, 1908. 

Collection of James S. Inglis, Esq. (of Messrs. Cottier 
& Co., New York) 291 

July 14 and July 20, 1908. 

Collection of Sir A. Condie Stephen, K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O., 
C.B., 124, Knightsbridge 292, 303 

July 29, 1908. 

Collection of George Fielder, Esq., West Horsley Place, 
Leatherhead 306 



Miscellaneous Properties . . 42, 45, 48, 52, 55, 57, 61, 69, 
86, 96, 104, 109, 114, 128, 134, 140, 183, 186, 190, 193, 
204, 206, 207, 236, 243, 249, 254, 258, 262, 277, 284, 
288, 292, 293, 303. 



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ART PRICES CURRENT. 



November 23, 1907. The following were the Sowerby 
heirlooms from Putteridge Bury, Herts, and were sold by 
order of the trustees, with the sanction of the Court of 
Chancery : — 

PICTURES. 
Andrews, G. H., " A Shooting Party at a Repast," 28 X 25 (Parsons), 

;^ii OS. 6d. 
Bassano, " A Miser," 19 x i5j (Mrs. Wheeler), ;^4 4s 
Berghem, N., " A Party of Travelling Peasants," 46 x 68 (Mrs. Wheeler), 

£,21 6s. 
Berghem, " Travelling Peasants," on panel, 22J x 32 (Parsons), ;^is 15s. 
Campidoglio, " Fruit and Flowers," 48 x 43 (Warner), £i 15s. 6d. 
D. V. H., " .A. Bay Scene," on panel, 27 x 22 (Parsons), £■] 7s. 
Droogsloot, J. C, " A Village Merrymaking," 304 x 46 (Cohen), ;^67 4s. 
Dutch School, " A Coast Scene," 36 x 50 (Jardine), ;^I2 12s. 
Dutch School, " A River Scene," on panel, 35 x 48 (Cohen), £,r)^ los. 
Dutch School, " Camp Followers," 19 x 23 (HoUender & Koekoek), £,■} 7s. 
Dutch School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 21J x ig (Cohen), ;^S4 12S. 
Dutch School, " An Interior," on panel 15 X 21^ (Cohen), J^^t. ios. 
Dyck, Van, " Portrait of a Lady," 48 X 38J (Shepherd), £e,% 6s. 
Gainsborough, " The Woodman," 3gJ X 27 (Fellowes), £,2 2S. 
Herring, J. P., sen., 183:, "A Shooting-Pony and Dogs," 27 x 35 (Agnew), 

Hughtenbiirgh, J. Van, " A Battle Scene," on panel, 225 x 23 (Vicars), £\% 18s. 
Italian School, " A Mountainous Landscape," 57^ X 47i (Fellowes), ;^i6 i6s. 
Italian School, " Hero and I.eander," 43 x 56 (Nash), £\ is. 
Italian School, " \ Woody Landscape," 19 x 25 (Branston), £■}, 3s. 
Mierevelt, M. J., " Portrait of a Lady," on panel, 26 x 23 (Lewis & Simmons), 

;£^54 I2S. 
Molenaer, C, " A Frozen River Scene," on panel, 17J x 24 (Parsons), £-yi 16s. 
Musscher, M. Van, 1705, "A Market-Woman Selling Fish," 21J x 18J 

(CoUings), £-j 17s. 6d. 
Ommeganck, B. P., "A Farm Scene," on panel, 14J x 21 (CoUings), £\\ iis. 
Ostade, " Interior, with Peasants," on panel, 17 x 23 (Parsons), £(j 9s. 
" Poultry, in a Landscape," 19 x 29 (Mrs. Wheeler), £,^ 4s. 
Ruysdael, S., " A River Scene," on panel, 16 X 25^ (Parsons), £^-] 15s. 
Snyders, " Dogs, Cats and Dead Game," 45 X 76 (CoUings), ;^5 55. 
Storck, .\., " A View in Amsterdam," 29 x 42^ (Hollender & Koekoek), 

£ii, 3s. 6d. 

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ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Storck, A., " A River Scene," 30 X 41 (Parsons), ;^17 17s. 

Stuart, G. (after), " Portrait of George Washington," by W. R. Bigg, R.A., 

28 X 23 (Vicars), ^42. 
Velasquez, " Man Selling Fish," 34 x 39 (Ceilings), j£-^ 3s. 
Velde, Van de, " Shipping in a Calm," 31 X 39 (Ceilings), jQ-^ji 12s. 
Verboeckhoven, E., 1829, " Peasant driving Animals," 24 x 30 (Hollender X 

Koekkoek), ;^26 5s. 
Weenix, J. B., " Ladies and Gentlemen under a Colonnade," 26 x 31 (Vicars), 

Weenix, " Dead Game," 30 x 471 (Warner), jQ^^ 13s. 6d. 

Worrell, A. B. Van, 1820, " A Landscape," 14^ x 19 (Mitchell), 3Q6 6s. 

Wouvermans, Ph., " A Horse-Fair," 17J x 23J (Cohen), £6-j 4s. 



DIFFERENT PROPERTIES.— DRAWINGS. 

Sandby, P., R.A., " Old Windsor," and " Eton," a pair, 105 x 22 (Lambert), 

;^29 8s. 
Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Head of Lady Catherine Hamilton, Countess of 

Aberdeen," 8i X 6i (Bale), ;^37 i6s. 

PICTURES. 
Greuze, " Portrait of a Lady," 29 x 39 (Watts), £1 13s. 6d. 
Stry, Van, " Landscape," 245 x 35I (Watts), £^ 15s. 6d. 
Heem, De, " Flowers, Glass and Fruit," 50 x 40 (Ball), jQ^ ss. 
Smirke, R., R.A., " Don Quixote in his Study," 21 x 19 (Roberts), £2 12s. 6d. 
Coques, " A Musical Party," loj x 14 (Billson), jQ6 6s. 

Gray, W., 1870, " Portrait of Charles Dickens," 30 x 21 (Jardine), £i'i 13s. 
Neefs, " Interior of a Church," I2j x 19J (Welton), jQe, 15s. 6d. 
Hals, " Portrait of an Artist," 275 x 22 (Youell), £s S^- 
Berghem, " A Courtyard," on panel, 14J x 12 (Youell), jQ^ 4s. 
Guardi, " Islands near Venice," a pair, 6j x 4i (Phillip), £•; 7s. 
Early English, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 20 X 17 (Wells), £,'4 4s. 
Breughel, " Landscapes," a set of four, on panel, oval, 3i X 4 (Parsons), 

£q 19s. 6d. 
Dutch School, " The Vegetable-Stall," on panel, 13J x 11 (Coke), £2 12s. 6d. 
Early English, " Portraits of a Gentleman and an Artist," 16 X 12 (Wells), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 
Canaletto, A., " The Piazza of St. Mark's, Venice," 16 x 24J (West), ;^29 8s. 
Angillis, P., " Peasants Playing Tric-Trac," 185 x 22 (Mrs. Wheeler), £'i'i- 
Early English, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 30 x 25 (Wood), £$ 55. 
Bolognese School, " Christ Disputing with the Doctors," 32 x 22^ (Osborn), 

£y 17s. 6d. 
Early English, "Two Gentlemen," 33^ x 36 (Christie), £1 iis. 6d. 
Janssens, " Portrait of Elizabeth, Countess of Winchilsea," 21^ x 18 (Osborn), 

£2 3s • 
Flemish School, " The Adoration of the Magi," 17 x 21 (Mrs. Wheeler), ;£'3 3s. 
Ryckaert, D., " An Interior," 22 x 18 (Bell), £2 2S. 
Vinck, " An Interior," 18J x 16 (Rattigan), £,i 3s. 
Fyt, " A Dead Hare, Birds and a Gun," 29 x 24 (Noble), £z 155. 6d. 
Cranach, " Saint Jerome," 23 x 29 (James), £,-^ 13s. 6d. 
Copley, J. S., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Montague," 25 x |8 

(James), j£^ 4s. 



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Fielding, C, " View on a River," 9J x 13! (Leggatt), £3 3s. 

Constable, " Head of a Boy," 10 X 75 (Laurence), p£,i 53. 

Early English, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 29 x 24 (Frost), £s 'S^- 6d. 

Dyck, Van (after), " The Children of Charles the First," 52 x sSJ (Cohen), 

£31 IDS. 

Albano, " Non secus ac dulcissima Nutrix," and the engraving, 44 X 68 

(Moore), £4 14s. 6d 
Morland, G., " The Entrance to a Courtyard," with two gentlemen, and a 

donkey carrying vegetables, 16 x 13 (Carter), ;^i8 iSs. 
Teniers, D., " An Interior," 9^ x iij (Cohen), £n 14s. 6d. 
Carboni, G. B., " Portrait of a Gentleman," 25 x 22 (Ryan), £2 2S. 
Boucher, "A See-Saw," 15 x 115 (Dadson), ;^io los. 
Canaletto, " A Church in Venice," 20 x 28 (Stone), £s 5S- 
Steenwyck, " The Interior of a Church," 52 X 365 (Ceilings), £$ 53. 
Giovannini, " The Baptism of Three Saints " and the Companion, a pair, 

17 X 30 (VVoodhouse), £6 6s. 
Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1842, " A Highland River Scene : Moonlight," 19I x 23 

(Connell), ;£J'ii iis. 
Nasmyth, " A View near Dumfries, with figures and sheep," 23 x 27! (Jardine), 

;£l2 I2S. 

Dutch School, " Portrait of William Gay and his Family," seated at tea, 

40 X 59 (Crichton), £30 9s. 
German School, " The Leaders of the Reformation," on panel, 26 x 35 (Buch), 

£2 13s. 6d. 
Early English, " Head of a Girl," 135 x iii (Renton), £^ los. 
Schut, C, and Seghers, D., " The Madonna and Child," on panel, 265 x zoj 

(Wood), £g 9s. 
Guercino, " Rachel at the Well," 80 x 58 (Wells), £15 155. 
Pannini, " The Holy Family," 39 x 313 (Smith), £^ 4s. 
Copley, J. S., R.A., " Portrait of George John, Second Earl Spencer," 

29 x 24 (Moore), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Hudson, T., 1748, " Portrait of Archbishop Herring," unframed, 50 x 40 

(Lincham), £5 ss- 
Rubens, " The Madonna and Infant Saviour," 39 x 29J (St. Hens6), £6 6s. 
Hoist, Van Der, " Portrait of a Lady," 29 x 24 (Howard), ;£^i8 7s. 6d. 
Rubens, " Figures and Dead Game," 19J x 23J (Barlow), £15 155. 
Hoppner, " A Lady Playing on a Harp," 46 x 30 (Shepherd), £2y 6s. 
Flemish School, " A Vegetable-Woman," 35 x 27 (Davey), £y 7s. 
Brekelenham, Q., " The Frugal Meal," 22 x 18 (Sackville Gallery), ^37 i6s. 
Goes, Van Der, " The Descent from the Cross," 35 x 245 (Parsons), ^^5 5s. 
Lawrence, " Head of Miss Isabella Parker, Actress," 15 x 13J (Rogers), £1 53. 
Loutherbourg, P. J. de, R.A., 1810, " The Hayfield," 39 x 515 (Mrs. Wheeler), 

^16 53. 6d. 
Poussin, N., " Classical River Scenes," a pair, 28 x 48 (Nash), £5 5s. 
Janssens, " Portrait of a Lady," agf x 24 (Parsons), £2$ 7s. 
Reinagle, P., R.A., " Landscape," 13 x 16 (Sackville Gallery), £s 153. 6d. 
Early English, " Portrait of Keats," 30 X 25 (Warren). £s 5s. 
Northcote, J., R.A., " Portrait of the Artist," 39 x 31 (Parsons), ^£^15 4s. 6d. 
Canaletto, " St. Mark's, Venice," 29 x 30 (Parsons), £iy 17s. 
Eyck, Van, " Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden," 23 x I7i (Temple), 

;£^6o i8s. 
Mieris, F., " Portrait of Gerard Dow," 4 X 3I (Barlow), £g 9s. 
Neer, Van der, " River Scene," 25^ x 375 (Bullock), ;^i6 i6s. 

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ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Flemish School, " A General," before an altar, 24^ x 40 (Port), £s iss- 6d. 
Werli, Van der, " Portrait of Princess Mary," 18 x 135 (Christie), £"io los. 
Eyck, Van, " Two Saints," 18 X loi (Robinson and Fisher), ;£:i5 155. 
Early Flemish School, " The Descent from the Cross," 9I X 7f (Lawrence), 

/J'i6 16s. 
Heist, B. Van der, " A Cavalier," 39 x 32 (Thomson), £^7 5s. 
Brooking, " Sea-Pieces," a pair, 13^ X 23J (Gaskell), ;£:5 5s. 
Hondecoeter, " Peacock, Squirrel and Fruit," 42 x 56 (Collings), £=, 55. 
Lawrence, " Portrait of a Lady," 29 X 24 (Leger), ;^i8 i8s. 
Crome, " Norwich by Moonlight," 16^ X 21 (James), £fi 8s. 
Verboeckhoven (after), " Shepherd with a Flock of Sheep," on panel, 19J x 23! 

(Williams), £i<) igs. 
Reynolds, " Mrs. Abingdon, as ' Miss Prue,' " 23 X 1-3 (Bowles), ;£;i6 i6s. 
Peters, " A Spanish Beauty," 28 x 21 (S. S. Smith), ;^i8 i8s. 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 

" The Prodigal Son," lithographs, a set of six (Christie), ^"6. 
" Angels and Children " (after Peters), prints, a pair, and " A Lake Scene " 
(after C. Fielding), drawing (Parker), £4 ss. 

DRAWINGS. 
" Dead Woodcock " and " Dead Partridges," a pair, 17 x 13I (Peters), £1 ss. 

PICTURES. 

Adriensen, " Fish and Dead Game " and " Dead Birds " (Parsons), ;^I3 13s. 

Avercamp, H. Van, " A Frozen River Scene," 15 x 2ii (Cohen), ;^2i. 

Bridl, B. de, " A Spaniel and Dead Game " in a landscape (Nash), £2 2S. 

Boucher, " Lovers Surprised " (Parsons), £s S^- 

Boucher, " Children Fishing," 57 x 39 (Mrs. Wheeler), j£^io los. 

Boucher, " Autumn," 37 x 35 (Parsons), £i 13s. 6d. 

Boucher, "The Triumph of Galatea," 26 x 21J (Parsons), £s 5s. 

Boucher, " Venus and Cupid," 2o| x 24 (Parsons), £^ 4s. 

Cole, A., " A Hampshire Lane," " Lovers " and " Venus and Cupid," on copper 

(Rattigan), £2 12s. 6d. 
Cooper A., " The Huntsman's Return " and " Dead Game," a pair (Arbuthnot), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 
Dutch School, " A Frozen River Scene," 34 x 50 (Collings), £2 2s. 
Dutch School, " A Basket of Fruit, and Dead Game and Fish," 29 x 47 

(Harries), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Dutch School, " A Frozen River Scene," 28 x 58 (Howard), £1^ 13s. 
Dutch School, " Fruit and Dead Birds " and " Figures by an Archway " 

(Oppenheim), £2 12s. 6d. 
Early English, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 29J x 245 (Jardine), ;£^32 us. 
Eisen, " A Landscape," 265 x 47 (Parsons), ;^5 5s. 
Fragonard, " Pastoral Figures," 22 x 17 (A. Scott), £6 i6s. 6d. 
French School, " Cupids Sporting," 27 x 29J (Harries), £;} 13s. 6d. 
French .School, " A Girl " and " Head of a Boy " (Oppenheim), £2 12s. 6d. 
Fyt, " Dead Partridges and other Birds," 145 x 195 (Oppenheim), £j us. 6d. 
Hagen, " Dead Hare and Game," 34 X 25 (Schroeder), £;i 3s. 
Jeaurat, " A Girl and Cupid " and " The Dead Bird " (Paraslis), £2 5s. 
Modern, " A Mountainous landscape," 20 x 27J (A. Scott), £2 13s. 6d. 



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Nattier, " Portrait of a Lady " and " Portrait of an Actor " (Leger), ;^^ 55. 

Oudry, J., " Dog and Dead Game," i8j x 14I (Osborn), -Cs SS- 

Pavy, Ph., 18S1, " In the Fields," 6^ X gi (Collings), ^^4 4s. 

Pavy, Ph., 1881, " An Arab Smoking " and " A Tambourine-Girl " (Moodv), 

Soden, J., " The Village Amateur," " A Philosopher," " A Man " with a 

hawk, and " Still Life " (Leggatt), £2 3S- 
Verboeckhoven, " Cattle in a Landscape " and " Shepherd Boy with Animals " 

(Collings), ^74 14s. 6d. 
Verboeckhoven, " Cattle in a Landscape " and " A Hunting Party " (A. Scott), 

£2 ss. 
Verhoesen, A., 1853, " A Boy with a Bull " and " The Edge of a Wood ' 

(Collings), £2. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



November 30, 1907. The following were collected by 
Henry Lovatt, Esq., who is leaving his residence, Low 
Hill, Bushbury, Staffs :— 

DRAWINGS. 

Baker, S. H., " Cleve Lock, on the Avon," 14J x 25 (Evans), £1 iis. 6d. 

Baker, S. H., " Welford Mill, on the Avon," 11 X 20 (Sampson), £1 is. 

Cox, D., " A Welsh Lake Scene," 23 x 33 (Mitchell), £m, 14s. 

Cox, D., " Haddon Hall," 9J X isi (Tooth), ;^io los. 

Cox, D., 1833, " Fort Rouge, Calais," 7J X loj (Wall), £y i6s. 

Cox, D., " A Rocky Waterfall," 7 x 10 (Tooth), £2, 3s. 

Early English, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in brown coat, pastel, 10 X 8 

(Tooth), ^4 14s. 6d. 
Fielding, C, 1843, " View of Towy, Carmarthenshire," 8 x 12J (Leggatt), 

;6'44 2S. 
Fielding, C, 1847, " The Mountains of Glencoe," 7 X 10 (Sampson), ;^48 6s. 
Fielding, C, " A Highland Lake Scene," 6\ x 10 (Tooth), £2(1 5s. 
Fielding, C, " Loch Lomond," loj x 14 (Mullen), ;£^22 is. 
Fielding, C, " A Highland Lake Scene," 4? X 6^ (Sampson), ;^"'i6 16s. 
Foster, Birket, " Strasbourg " and " Isle of Runchman," a pair, Sj X 4 

(Sampson), £^0 6s. 
Foster, Birket (after), " A Lane Scene," ii^ X 18J (Thompson), £1 5s. 
Hardy, J., 1864, " Granny's Pets," ii| x 1S5 (Lister), ^4 4s. 
Henley, W. B., " A Welsh Landscape," 14 x 21 (Simpson), ;^i is. 
Muller, W., "The Slave-Market," 15 x 11 (Sampson), £^ 4s. 
Richardson, T. M., 1831, " A View of the Port, London," 24 x 37 (Sampson), 

£^S iSS- 
Richardson, T. M., " A Hilly Landscape " and " A View in the Alps " 

(Bowden), £2 5s. 
Sver, J., " Mount Orgeuil Castle," 85 x 15 (Sampson), £2 2s. 
Wolfe, G., "A Coast Scene," 9J x 12^ (Lister), £'^ 3s. 

PICTURES. 
" Fruit and Bird's-Nest " and " Head of a Man (Collings), £i is. 
Adam, J., 1867, " The Trossachs and Loch /'chray," 36 x 30 (Sampson), £5$. 
Bonington, " A French Beach Scene," 35 X 45 (FrankI), ;^i3 13s. 
Crofts, E., R.A., 1883, "Charles I. on his way to Execution," 35 x 53 

(Sampson), ;^84. 
Crome, J., " The Edge of a Wood," 23 x 19 (Tooth), £i-; 17s. 
Dawson, H., 1838-66, " A River Scene," 15J x 20 (Evans), ;^i4 14s. 
Falbe, J., i860, " Fisherfolk on the Sea Shore," on panel, 63 x 11 (Nash), 

£1 lis. 6d. 
Fr&re, Ed., 1882, " Playing Soldiers," 25 x 31 (Sampson), ;^54 12s. 
Haas, J. H. L. de, " Cattle and Peasant-Girl," on panel, 35^ x 64 (Sampson), 

Hardy, F. D., 1871, " The Wedding-Breakfast," 35 x 49 (Vokins), £<^^ 155. 
Knight, W. H., " Children at Play," 61 x 9 (Vokins), j^'io los. 
Knight, W. H., " The District Visitor," on panel, 6^ x 9 (Lefevre), £\i iis. 
Koekkoek, H. B., " Cullercoats," 15^ x 23I (Collings), ;^3 13s. 6d. 
Leader, B. W., R.A., 1898, " Carting Hay," 35 x 55 (Mitchell), £n-j. 



November 30, 1907. 



Leader, B. W., R.A., 1887, " On the Welsh Coast," 30 x 48 (Sampson), 

Lewis, C. J., " On the Thames," 23! x 384 (Evans), £q :9s. 6d. 

Lewis, C. J., "A View at Tisbury, Wilts," on panel, 4i X 8 (Port), £i iis. 6d. 

Linnell, J., sen., " Peasants Driving Animals along a Road," on panel, 8x6 

(Evans), £,!?> i8s. 
MuUer, W., " A Common Scene," 17 x 23 (Evans), £q gs. 
Muller, W., " St. Benet's Abbey, Norfolk," i6i x 22^ (Mullen), £ii 18s. 
Mulready, W., R.A., " Baiting Horses," on panel, 20^ x 26J (Sampson), 

£h 14s. 

Nasmyth, P., " A Woody Landscape," 12^ x 17 (Lacey), £^ 9s. 

Nasmyth, P., 1828, " A Common Scene," on panel, 9 x 12 (Tooth), £2^ 4s. 

Nasmyth, P., 1830, ".A River Scene," g} X ni (Beavis), ;^io los. 

Nasmyth, P., 1826, " A River Scene," on panel, gj x iij (Gooden & Fox), 

£■^1 10s. 
Norwich School, " A Woody Road Scene " and " A River Scene," a pair, on 

panel, 8 x 12 (Enniss), £2 I2s. 6d. 
Oliver, W., 1880, " The Fisherman's Wife," 23 X i7i (Vokins), ;£'2i. 
Oliver, W., " The Love-Letter," 2i\ x iji (M. Joseph), £2 2S. 
Oliver, W., 1870, " Meditation," 17J x 13^ (Castor), £1 is. 
O'Neill, G. B., " The Last Day of the Sale," 29 x 45, Royal Academy, 1857 

(Sampson), £n 12s. 
O'Neill, G. B., 1864, " A Feast at the Squire's," 27 x 44, Royal Academy, 

1864 (Sampson), £so 8s. 
Pettitt, J. P., " Grasmere Lake " and " A Path by a River " (Moore), ;^i 15s. 
Pettitt, J. P., 1855, " Duddon Sands, Cumberland," and " Fishermen," by 

Rogers (Collings), £'i 3s. 
Rosa, S., " A Rocky River Scene," 26 x 34 (Nash), £1 los. 
Stanfield, " Gorey, Jersey," 115 x 15^ (Dr. Jones), £2, 3s. 
Stark, J., " A River Scene," 11 x ig (Tooth), £.7,6 15s. 
Stark, J., " A Norfolk Landscape," on panel, iij x 16 (Sampson), £2!, 4s. 
Stark, J., " A Woody Pasture," 18 x 14 (Wyatt), ;£^I2 12s. 
Stark, J., " A Woody Landscape," on panel, y\ x 10 (Sampson), ;^s8 i6s. 
Stark, " A Woody Landscape," on panel, 14J x ii| (Elliott), £2 15s. 
Teniers, "A Group of Peasants," 11 x 14 (Collins), £2 2s. 
Tennant, J., " On the Wye," 25 x 41 (Mitchell), £() gs. 
Vincent, G., " A View on the River Yare, near Norwich," 43J x 7g (Tooth), 

^,420. 
Vincent, G., " St. Benet's Abbey, Norfolk," on panel, 18 x 25 (W. Permain), 

Webb, James, 1875, " Porchester Castle, Hants," and " Fareham, Hants," 

a pair, on panel, 6\ x 8j (Vicars), £is, 15s. 
Watson, J. D., 1884, " Returning Home," 26^ x igf (Sampson), £\ is. 

DIFFERENT PROPERTIES.— DRAWINGS. 
Topham, F. W., 1848, "At the Well," 25^ x 19 (Kendrick), ;,^I2 12s. 
Cox, D., 1821, "A View of Hereford Cathedral," unframed, 17 x 264 

(Sampson), ;£^2i. 
Leschallas, J., " The Cobbler's Family," igi x 143 (Vokins), ;^io 10s. 
Hardy, T. B., 1876, " Greenwich Hospital," 13I x igi (Mitchell), £s 55. 
Stanfield, C, R.A., 1827, " Fort Rouge, Calais," i2\ x 11 (Mitchell), £1$ 4s. 6d. 
Fielding, C, 1843, " The Entrance to a Harbour," j\ x 12 (Leggatt), £^-] 5s. 
Foster, Birket, " The Chair-Mender," 14 x 21 (Bowden), ;^204 i<;s. 



8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Cattermole, C, " Setting out for the Chase," sf X 17^ (Lister), £2 2S. 
King, Yeend, " Old Cottages, near Blandford," 14 x io\ (Eve), £i> i6s. 6d. 
Hayes, Claude, " On the Norfolk Coast," 13^ X 21 (Dr. Jones), £2 12s. 6d. 
Wimperis, E. M., " Carting River-Weeds," gi X 7 (Bowden), £^ 17s. 6d. 
Foster, Birket, " The Isle of Ischia," 5J X 9^ (Elliott), £<) 9s. 

PICTURES. 

Goodall, F., R..^., 1858, " Buildings on the Nile," (i\ x 14^ (Gracemann), 

.£4 14s. 6d. 
Stanfield, G. C, " Dumal on the Meuse," 235 X 38 (Burton), £12. 12s. 
Downard, E. M., 185C-7, " Inquisitiveness," 23J x 195 (Joseph), £<) 19s. 6d. 
Brauwer, " An Interior," 15 X 19 (Howard), £iS 5s. 
Jeune, H. le, A.R.A., " Children Gathering Water-Lilies," 24 x 29^ (Mitchell), 

£■^1 17s. 

Jeune, H. le, A.R.A., 1863, " Early Flowers," 19 X 23 (Lister), £<^ gs. 
Jeune, H. le, A.R.A., " Autumn," on panel, 24 X 29^ (Lister), ;^32 us. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1833, " Landscape, with cattle," 19J X 27J (Mitchell), 

£■46 4S. 
Garcia, A., " Florinda and her Nymphs " and " A F6te ChampStre," a pair, 

24 X 32 (Lefevre), £-}fi 155. 
Kidd, W., " The Truant," 19J x 23J (Sampson), £c, 5s. 
Adams, J. Clayton, 1905, " Cherry-Blossom," 13J x loj (Elliott), £t. 2s. 
Adams, J. Clayton, 1896, " A Running Sea," \-\ x 23J (Day), £-i 12s. 6d. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., 1906, " The Launch of H.M.S. ' Dreadnought,' " 17 X 29 

(Smart), £<) 9s. 
Linnell, W., 1880-99, "The Celtic Troops, under the Pendragon, Resisting 

the Invasion of the Saxons: March of the Men of Harlech," 42 x 66 

(Sampson), £\Z los. 
Crofts, E., R.A., 1869, " Playmates," 24 x 29 (Holmes), £t, 13s. 6d. 
Ernst, R., " The Light of the Harem," 28| x 36 (Sampson), £\Z iss. 
Massani, P., " The Flower-Girl," 57 X 395 (Sampson), £■;, los. 
Verboeckhoven, E., 1848, " A Herdsman with Animals," 38I x 46 (Lister), 

;^I0 los. 
Castiglione, G., " Iladdon Hall Invaded by Cromwell's Soldiers," 35i x 64 

Vicars), ;^39 i8s. 
Landseer, Sir E., R.A., " Head of a Stag," 16 x I4j (Leggatt), £1 5s. 
Woodville, R. Caton, " A Cuirassier," 9 X 113 (Small), £•] ys. 
Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1858, " Dutch Herring-Brigs," 32 x 25J (Vicars), ;^173 Ss. 
Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1859, "Crossing the Ferry," 10 x 30 (Davidson), £71 8s. 
Bough, Sam., R.S.A., 1859, " Dutch Fishing-Boats in a Calm," 23 X 17 

(Vicars), £<)() 153. 
Cruikshank, G., 1859, " The Pirate, the Merchantman, and the Man-of-War," 

21 X 26 (Robson & Co.), £2 3s. 
Cruikshank, G., " A Scene from ' Rob Roy ' " and " Jeannie Deans in Church," 

15^ X 21 (Robson & Co.), £s 15s. 6d. 
Cruikshank, G., " A Moonlight Serenade," 23 x 20 (Sampson), £1 is. 
Unterberger, F. R., " Castellamare, Gulf of Sorrento," 28 x 47 (CoUings), 

^19 igs. 
Wheeler, J. A., sen., 1886, " Portrait of ' Miss Jummy,' winner of the One 

Thousand and the Oaks, 1886," 27 x 35 (Santen), £^ 3s. 
Hunt, Walter, 1882, " Seeking Shelter," 27 x 35 (Sampson), ;£;3o 9s. 
Farquharson, D., A.R.A., 1879, " Noonday," gi X yi (Wyatt), ;£:i6 i6s. 



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Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1809, " Cow and two Sheep " and " Three Sheep," a 

pair, on panel, 11 j X gj (Sampson), ;^43 is. 
Goodall, F., R.A., 1843, " Brittany Peasants," on panel, yi X 11 (Lefevre), 

£'7 17s- 
Williams, A. \V., " In the Pass of St. Gothard," 27J x 47J (Ceilings), £^ 4s. 
Jopling, L., " Lorraine," 30 x 24, Royal Academy, 1876 (Copwood), ;^5 15s. 6d. 
Roberts, D., R..\., 1861, " Ruins of the Temple of the Sun at Baalbec," 

57 X 93, Royal Academy, 1861 (Halsham), £s^ "O^- 
Hooper, J. Horace, " Harvest-Time " and " Near Rickmansworth," a pair, 

115 X 195 (M. Joseph), £s S^- 
Jutsam, H., " Edge of a Wood," 9J X 145 (G. BicknelH, £i- 
Millais, Sir E. J., P.R.A., 1849, " Portraits of Four of the Children of Lieut. - 

Colonel Conrad Owen, C.B.," 17^ X 1I5 (Boucher), ;^io los. 

PICTURES. 
Burne-Jones, Sir E., 1865-6, " The Petition of the King : The Legend of Saint 

George and the Dragon," 42 X 72 (Bates), ^'126. 
Burne-Jones, Sir E., 1865-6, " The Princess Sabra Drawing the Lot : The 

Legend of Saint George and the Dragon," 42 x 72 (Bates), £'^^7- 
Ellis, Edwin, " A Yorkshire Fishing Village," 15! x 295 (Shepherd), ;^I3 13s. 
Ellis, Edwin, " Arundel Park," 22 x 32J (M. Joseph), £^ 3s. 
Fisher, Mark. 1878, " Calves Round a Load of Clover," i3i x 17J (Sampson), 

£H 3s. 6d. 
Gadsby, W. H., " Tired Out," igi x agi (Elliott), £3 3s. 
Gadsby, W. H., " A Fairy Tale," on panel, iij x 8 (Stewart), £1 lis. 6d. 
Gregory. E. J., R.A.. " Startled," 22J x 13! (Mitchell), ;^8 8s. 
Hunter, Colin, A.R.A., " Glasgow," 13J x 23^ (Sampson,) ^5 55. 
Macbeth, R. W., R..^., 1879, " A Fen Flood," loj x 25 (Sampson), £5 5s. 
Montalba, Clara, 1878, " The Canal of San Giorgio, Venice," 20J x loj 

(Evans), ;£J'io los. 
Parton, Ernest, 1878, " On the Thames," 131 x 2ij (Dr. Jones), £2 2S. 
Reid, J. R., 1880, " Lost and Found," 23J x 36 (Sampson), £S 18s. 6d. 
Reid, J. R., 1894, " On the French Coast," 93 x 13^ (Lamb), ;^22 is. 
Small, W., 1879, " Mending the Nets," 9J X 16J (Megret), £2 12s. 6d. 
Smythe, L. P., A.R.A., 1880, " .All Hands to the Pumps," 13^ x 2o| (Mitchell), 

£3 3S- 
Waterhouse, J. W., R.A., " Fishing," 21 x 13J (Mitchell), £g 19s. 6d. 
Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., 1877, " A Rich Crop," 25^ x 19J (Mitchell), 

jji3 2s. 6d. 



The following were sold by order of the executors of Mrs. 
Sharp, deceased, late of Myrtle Grove, Bingley : — 

DRAWINGS. 
" Portrait of Sir Walter Scott," 7 X 55 (Sabin), ;{r6 i6s. 6d. 
Frere, Ed., 1872, " The Bird-Catchers," loj x 15 (Sampson), £s 5s. 
Hofland, T. R., " A Castle and Town," 16 x 25^ (Bowde".), ^'3 13s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

" Peasant Children," 24 x 29 (Mullen), £i 3s. 

Adams, J. Clayton, 1872, " The Oat-Field," 43 x 61J (Peck), ;^23 2S. 

Baxter, C, 1861, " The Flower-Girl," 22 x 17 (Cohen), ;^22 is. 



lo ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Beavis, R., " Crossing the Ford," 19 X 26 (Sampson), £^ 17s. 6d. 

Burr, J., "The Mountebanks," 24 x 53 (Sampson), jQi-^ 13s. 

Carolus, J., " The Curio-Dealer," 30 x 38 (Sampson), /ri2 12s. 

Castan, E., 1872, " Stealing the Jam," I3i x 11 (Mitchell), £6 6s. 

Collins, C, 1883, " Cattle and Poultry in a Farmyard," 205 X 29J (Evans), 

jQ\o los. 
Duverger, T. E., " Dressing Baby," 8x6 (Mitchell), ^'4 4s. 
Egley, W. Maw, 1872, " The Dance," 16 X 25 (Lister), £4, 4s. 
Frith, W. P., R.A., 1863, " The Crossing-Sweeper," 7 X S^ (Lefevre), ;^I3 2S. 6d. 
Hunt, C, 1878, " The Valentine," 35^ X 235 (Sampson), ;^5 5s. 
Huet, L. B., 1882, " On the Road from Glencoe," 235 x 35J (M. Joseph), 

£22 IIS. 

Luker, W., 1873, "Cattle on the Sea Shore," iij X 22J (Mitchell), £n 4s. 
Reter, J., " Christ Healing the Leper," 18 x 14 (Money), £2 los. 
Smith, J. B., 1885, " Melincourt Fall, Vale of Neath," 51 x 38 (Sampson), 
£q 19s. 6d. 



December 2, 1907. 



December 2, 1907. The following were sold by order 
of the executors of Frederick Manuelle, Esq., deceased, late 
of loo, Queen's Gate, S.VV. : — 

DRAWINGS. 
" A Raft " and " A River Scene " (Misell, J.), los. 6d. 
Bennett, W., 1866, " Lynmouth, North Devon," 12^ x 19 (Mullen), £2. 
Bright, H., " Fast Castle, Coast of Berwick," 18 x 26 (Sampson), £\ is 
Brochart, C, " Heads of Girls," a pair, pastels, oval, 26 x 215 (Mace), jQn 14s. 
Coleman, \V. S., " Summer-Time," 15 x 10 (Mace), ;^8 8s. 
Coleman, W. S., " The Swan," 115 circle (Coombs), £.2 12s. 6d. 
Hall, G. L., 1862, " Coast Scenes," a pair, 9 x 27 (Mann), £,■>! los. 
McKewan, D. H., 1854, " The Lynn of Dee," 12 x 23 (Leggatt), £^ 4s. 
Pritchett, R. T., " Scheveningen," 10 X 28 (Mace), £■;, 13s. 6d. 
Raflaelle (after), " Pluto " and " Neptune," a pair, and " Cupids," a pair 

(Mace), £2 I2S. 6d. 
Varley, J., " An Old Inn on the Thames at Chelsea," \\\ x 165 (Falser), 

^13 2S. 6d. 
Warren, E. G., 1857, " Cutting Bracken," 13^ x 19J (Sampson), £2 los. 

PICTURES. 
" Portrait of the Duke of Wellington," 49 x 38 (Montagu), £•] ys. 
Ansdell, R., R.A., 1840, " A Gentleman on Horseback," 18J x 24J (Montagu), 

£t3 13s- 
Boulanger, J., " A Gleaner," oval, 23^ x 20 (Moore), £2 2S. 
Brun, Le, " The Death of a Roman General," 46 X 52 (Moore), £1 5s. 
Caille, L., 1878, " A Happy Home," 17J x 21 (Mace), ;^3i los. 
Collins, Hugh, 1879, " Reading the Bible," 36 X 28^ (Mann), ;^4 4s. 
Colls, E., " A Coast Scene " and " A Coast Scene " (Outram), £1 15s. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1870, " A Bull, Cows and Poultry," 16 x 20j (Mace), 

£^9 19s- 
Cope, C. W., R.A., 1844, " The Cup of Cold Water," 36 x 25^ (Hayward), 

;^II IIS. 

Dun, J., 1879, "The Parting," 233 X 395 (Hayward), £1^ 13s. 

Elmore, A., R.A., " Ruth," 15^ x iij (Bell), ^^5 153. 6d. 

Elmore, A., R.A., " Contemplation," 12 x 19 (Sampson), £2 2S. 

French School, " A Peasant Girl," 19J X 24 (Leggatt), £2 3s 

Guido, " A Saint," 31 x 24I (Sampson), los. 6d. 

Hamme, A. Van, 1866, " Plucking Poultry," 21 x 165 (Whyte), ;^IS 15s. 

Hemy, C. Napier, A.R.A., 1886, "The Gate-House, Putney Bridge," 26J x 39 

(Sampson), £42. 
Hogarth, " The Last Stake," 34^ x 41 (Mace), £g 9s. 
Houston, J. A., R.S.A., 1872, " Death of the Earl of Warwick," 25! X 19, 

engraved by T. Brown (Montagu), ;^io los. 
Munthe, L., 1875, " Golden Autumn," 24 x 20 (Wylde), £52 los. 
Moseley, R. S., " Friendly Faces," 15I x 21J (Bell), £^ 5s. 
Murillo (after), " The Virgin " and " Judith " (Mullen), £2 2S. 
Nattier, " Mile. Sainte Marine " and " The Princess de Conti," a pair, 43 x 24 

(Mann), ;^i6 i6s. 
Pannini, " Early Christians being forced to Worship Jupiter," 38 x 52 (Mann), 

£3 ?s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Phillip, J., R.A., " Head of a Covenanter," isJ x 113 (Mann), £^ 13s .6d. 

Phillip, J., R.A., "Scotch Washing," 8f x ii^ (Mann), £1 us. 6d. 

Reinhart, C. S., 1881, " Mussel-Women of Tr^port," 28 x 19 (Mann), ;^i 155. 

Reinhart, C. S., 1884, " A Mussel-Woman of Tr^port," 155 x 12 (Mann), £2 153. 

Ritchie, J., " Stop, Thief," 19^ X 295 (Montagu), £q 19s. 6d. 

Saunier, N., 1873, " Confidences," 235 x 16 (Mace), £4 4s. 

Smith, J. B., 1871, " Muckross Cascade, Killarney," 35! x 27! (Sampson), 

;^IO IDS. 

Tenkate, H., " The Pedlar," on panel, 175 x 25 (Mace), £^i los. 

Travers, G., " Landscape " and " Landscape " (Moore), £2 3s. 

Travers, G., " Near Beddgelert, North Wales," " Stepping Stones," and " A 

Horse in a Stable " (Mullen), £1 153. 
Watson, J. D., " The Parting," 335 x 43^, Royal Academy, 1867 (Bailey), 

£S 8s. 
Watts, F., " Carting Hay," 9I x 26 (Mann), £5 ss. 
Williams, E. C, 1864, " Mountainous Lake Scenes," a pair, 23 x 37J 

(Lee), £^ 4s. 
Wilson, J. J., " Making for Port," 23I X 42 (Gooden & Fox), £2 12s. 6d. 
Wynants, " A Woody Road Scene," 26 x 21 (Streletskic), £2 2S. 

DIFFERENT PROPERTIES.— DRAWINGS. 

Macpherson, J., " The Ferry-Boat " and " A Farm-Yard " (Lister), j^3 3s. 
Macpherson, J., " Watering Horses " and " A Waggon on a Road " (Lyall), 

£1 5s. 
Macpherson, J., " A Peasant-Girl," lof x 15! (Ward), £1 is. 
Richardson, T. M., jun., 1847, " Loch Fyne," 10 x 16J (Mullen), £S los. 
Drummond, J. N., " St. Paul's, from the River," pastel, 225 x 13 (Lister), £j. 
Montalba, Hilda, 1888, " Moonlight," pastel, 1S5 x 12 (Sampson), £1 is. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., " A Peasant in a Barn," 7J x loj (Thomas), ^3. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., " A Peasant-Girl," pencil, 95 x 65 (Hooper), £1 is. 
Duncan, W., 1893, " Calypso's Isle," g| X 13^ (Sampson), £2. 
Duncan, E., " A View in Westmoreland " and " On the Nile," by C. H. R. 

Carelli (Ward), los. 5d. 
Hardy, J., jun., 1S62, " A Dead Mallard," oval, 11 X 14 (Silver), £q 9s. 
Pocock, N., " A Naval Engagement," 9 x 14 (Bell), £2. 
Cook, E. Wake, " Near Ambleside," 12 x 85 (Guville), ;^5 ijs. 6d. 
Cook, E. Wake, " On the Ure, Yorkshire," 12 X 95 (Guville), £^ 4s. 
Dixon, C, 1906, " The Thames above Greenwich," 29J x 19J (Greenfield), 

;^I2 IS. 6d. 
Hardy, T. B., 1891, " Fishing-Boats, Venice," 145 x 105 (Hearst), £2 2S. 
Turner, W., " Troops Attacking a Castle," sepia (Shepherd), ;^io los. 
Bright, H., " Hastings Boats " and " A Gipsy Encampment," by C. Branwhite 

(Gooden & Fox), ^s 5s. 
Owen, S., " A Stranded Boat," " Off Barmouth : Sunset," and " Head of a 

Gentleman," by H. Wyatt (Mitchell), £i iss. 
Westall, R., R.A., " Macbeth," 4J x 3^ (Wood), and landscape, 13 x iij, 

£3 13s- 6d. 

PICTURES. 

Lawrence, " Head of a Girl," 16 X 13 (Leggatt), £16 16s. 

Dawson, H., 1853, " Clifton Grove," 15I x 23^ (Shepherd), ;£'i8 18s. 

Melby, W., 1865, " A Norwegian Ford," 28 x 50 (Joick), £;i 13s. 6d. 

Westerbeek, C, 1897, " The Return of the Flock," 15 x 23 (Sampson), ^10 los. 



December 2, 1907. 13 



Morland, " A Coast Scene," 15 x 24^ (VVyatt), ^"4 14s. 6d. 

Ludovici, A., " Not at Home," 21 x 29 (James), £.4 14s. 6d. 

Pyne, J. B., " The Wetterhorn," ni x 8| (Dell), £■] 7s. 

Hunter, Colin, A.R.A., 1874, " Fishing-Boats," 13^ x ;3§ (Sampson), £(> 6s. 

Moore, H., R.A., 1883, " Lifeboat going out to a Wreck," 8J x ^^\ (Lister), 

£\i^ 14s. 
Inchbold, J. W., 1S57, "A By-Path to Chamouni," iqi x 27^ (Leggatt), £,\ 10s. 
Ward, E. M., R.A., " A King's Daughter : The Daughter of Louis XVL in the 

Temple," 335 x 25J (Sampson), £% 8s. 
Korle, " Telling Fortunes," 26 X 17 (Mullen), £\z 123. 
Gassowski, A. de, iSoo, " Pansies," 25^ x 35 (CoUings), £1 iis. 6d. 
O'Connor, J. A., "A Woody Landscape," 24 x 29 (Mullen), £2 2s. 
Wilkie, " Head of a Gentleman," 4J x 45 (Dent), 15s. 
Bristow, E., " Playing Skittles," 4J x 61 (Sampson), £- 7s. 
Bristow, E., " Dead Hare and Partridges," on panel, 4! x 6J (Arthurton), 

£\ ns. 6d. 
Willis, H. B., 1849, " Early Morning," 24^ x 445 (Sampson), £\2 12s. 
Landseer, Sir E., R.A., " Rat-Catching," 13^ X 17 (Dale), £\-}, :3s. 
Willcock, G. B., " Cottage at Keymer, Sussex," on panel, 95 x 13I (Wells), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 
Brett, J., A.R.A., i88i, " Duchy Rocks," 6f x 14 (Wells), £% 8s. 
Constable J., R.A., " The Back Garden of the Artist's House at East Bergholt," 

on panel, 5! x •j\ (Mathers), £■] 7s. 
Constable, J., R.A., " The Garden at the .Artist's House, East Bergholt," 

5 X 65 (Mathers), £■] 7s. 
Mason, G., A.R.A., "At Ponto D'Arnzio, Italy," i\ x iij, from the artist's 

sale (Bailey), £t, 13s. 6d. 
Leighton, Lord, P.R..^., " Denderah," -\ x 16, from the artist's sale, 1897 

(Frower), £), 4s. 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 
Hunting Subjects — lithographs, etc. (Moore), iis. 

DRAWINGS. 
Cooke, E., " Cattle," " A Lake Scene," after Turner, " Coast Scenes," six 

in one frame, and " A View on the Nile," in oils (Falser), 15s. 
Mossman, D., " The Market-Place, Dinan," and " Honfleur," by E. Dalby 

(Burkill), £\ los. 
Pearson, C, " Matlock " and " Arundel Castle," a pair, 5 X gj (Burkill), £1 2S. 
Walters, G. S., 1874, " Pastures by the Sea " and " Near Orton," by R. A. K. 

Marshall (Wood), £(, 6s. 

PICTURES. 
" Roman Ruins, with carriages and figures," 32 x 43 (Misell), J.), 7s. 
Armfield, G., " Terriers at a Rabbit-Hole " and " .K Huntsman and Hounds " 

(Moore), £2. 2S. 
.Artois and Teniers, " k Woody Landscape," 36 x 47 (Misell), J.), i6s. 
Artois and Teniers, " .\ Woody Landscape," 23 x 32 (Collings), 15s. 
Barker, T., " A Woody Landscape," 63 x 475 (Moore), £\ is. 
Barnes, E. C, " The Prawn-Seller," 30 x 25 (Mullens), £},. 
Bellini, " Head of Dante " and " A Classical Landscape " (Wood), £1, 41. 
Bellini, "A Woody Landscape," after Wynants (Misell, J.), 5s. 
Calthorp, Claude A., 1870, " In Chancery." 23! x T9J (Bale), £z I2». 6d. 
Dobson, " Portrait of Milton," 29 x 24 (Bale), £^ 14s. 6d. 



14 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Dommersen, W. R., " A Street in Quimper " and " Amersfort," a pair, 

:6J X 12^ (Boyton), £2 55. 
Ellis, Edwin, " Evening. Barmouth," iSj x 29J (Holmes), /,'s 55. 
Everson, A., " A View in a Dutch Town," I2j x 17 (Boyton), ;^I3 13s. 
Greuze (after), " Head of a Girl," 15 x 12 (Smith), ^\ iis. 6d. 
Guido (after), " Fame " and " Theseus Recovering his Father's Sword " (Moore), 

£1 5s- 
Heem, J. D. de, " Fruit on a Table," 36 X 29 (Misell, J.), los. 6d. 
Heemskirk, E., " A Village Scene," 39 X s8J (Streletskic), £^. 
Horlor, G. W., 1894, " On the Moor," 17 x 23 (Sampson), £;■] 7s. 
Jackson, F. W., " Autumn," " A Town on a River " and " On the Sands," 

by W. A. Turner (F. Permain), £z 153. 6d. 
Joy, W., " A Corner at Hampstead Heath," and " Near Lowestoft," 

by W. Bright Morris (Bell), ^2 los. 
Kennedy, E. S., " The Escape after the Night of St. Bartholomew," 265 x 51 

(Ward), £i, 14s. 6d. 
Knight, J., 1881, " A Bit of Moorland " and " Evening Glow," by F. A. Saltmer 

(Loose), £() 9s. 
Macallum, Hamilton, 1895, " Crossing to the Dunes," 31 x 48, exhibited at the 

Royal Academy, 1895 (Hudson), ;^44 2s. 
Martin, " The Bay of Naples " and " Fisherfolk on the Beach," after W. 

Collins, R.A. (Nash), ^\ iis. 6d. 
Meadows, A. J., " Bon-Nuit Bay, Jersey," and " On the East Cliff, Boscombe," 

by W. J. Warren (Taylor), ^4 4s. 
Moore, H., R.A., 1875, " A Moorland Scene," \\\ x 21 (Trubner), £% 8s. 
Nibbs, R. H., " Coast Scenes," a pair, iij x 235 (Boyton), £i. 
Pye, W., 1889, " A Heavy Gale," 19 x 60 (T. B. Newman), £2 is. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P. R.A. (after), " Portrait of the Artist " and " Rubens," after 

Van Dyck (Ford), £2. 12s. 6d. 
Ragon, A., " Harbour Scenes," a pair, and " A Wreck," by L. S. (T. B. 

Newman), £2 15s. 
Sampson, J. H., " ' A Sand-built Ridge of Heaped Hills that Mound the Sea,' " 

32 X 60 (T. B. Newman), £\ los. 
Stannus, A. C, 1869, " The Goodwin Sands," 36 x 54 (Boyton), £1 15s. 
Snyders, " Squirrel, Fruit and Still Life," 19 x 27 (CoUings), £-^. 
Stocks, W. F,, 1877, " A Surrey Farmyard," 9^ x 131 (Mellish), £,i, ijs. 6d. 
Dyck, Van (after), " The Marquis of Stafford and his Secretary," 52 x 56J 

(Moore), iss. 
Velasquez (after), " Pope Innocent X.," 55 x 45 (Nash), £\ 5s. 
Waldorp, A., 1840, " A Dutch River Scene," 35 x 47 (Boyton), £,(>. 
Walters, G S.., 1875, " Summer Haze on the Coast," 23 x 41J (Reinach), ,^3 3s. 
West, B., P.R..A., " Death on the Pale Horse," 40 x 56 (Nash), 15s. 
Westerbeek, C, " The Return of the Flock," 23 x 39 (Bullock). ;^22 is. 
Williams, W., " View over a River," 39 x 49 (Wood), £<) gs. 
Wood, L. J., 1865, "Caen, Normandy," 19J x 23J (Boyton), £■>, 13s. 6d. 



December 7, 1907. 



December 7, 1907. The following were a portion of the 
stock of the late Mr. Thomas Richardson, Piccadilly : — 

DRAWINGS. 

Allingham, H., " .A Surrey Cottage," lo X i3i (Addis), £,i^ 2S. 

.\Ilingham, H., " Haymaking," 5^ x 73 (Cooling), £S 8s. 

Aureli, G., "Beauties of the Harem," i6i X 115 (Sampson), ;£'i6 16s. 

Barret, G., "A Forest Glade," 11 x 16 (Misell), ;^4 4s. 

Barret, G., " A River Scene," 13 x 19 (Mullen), £13 13s. 

Bates, David, 1904, " Near Dolwyddelen " and " Market Day," a pair, 14 x 204 

(.■^gnew), ;^26 ss. 
Benwell, J. A., 1873, " Halting by the Sphinx," 25 x 47 (Sampson), £15 15s. 
Bough, Sam, R.S..\., " Wolf's Crag," i6j x 25 (Davidson), £^1 los. 
Bradley, Basil, 1874, " Cattle in a Stream," 13 x 235 (Sampson), £1^ 2S. 6d. 
Browne, Henrietle, 1873, " More Frightened than Hurt," 24 x 19^ (Sampson), 

Cattermole, G., " Death of Siward, Earl of Northumberland," 10 x 14! (Brown), 

£i 13s. 6d. 
Cattermole, G., " He Spoke in Parables," 9 x 22 (Mitchell), £5 53. 
Cooper, T. S., R..^., 1837, " Cows in a Meadow," 105 x 18 (Cooling), ;^38 17s. 
Cox, D., 1852, " Ludford Bridge, Shropshire," 105 x 14^ (Mullen), ;^8 18s. 6d. 
Cox, D., " Fishing-Boats," 13J x 19 (Cooling), ;^3 13s. 6d. 
Cox, D., 1846, " A Rocky River Scene," 8x11; (Cooling), £1 iis. 6d. 
Cox, D., " Dover Pier," 7 x lOj (Gribble), £11 iis. 
Duncan, E., 1870, " Off Whitby," 9 x 20 (Wood), £y 7s. 
Evans, Bernard, " Cohvick Church," 20 x 28 (Gribble), ;^ig 19s. 
Evans, Bernard, " Near Cannock Chase," 14J x 21 (Leggatt), ;£jio los. 
Fielding, C, " Landscape," 7 x 105 (Mullen), £12 12s. 
Franceschi, M. de, " In the Monastery Garden," 20 X 131 (Tooth), £5 $s. 
Fripp, G. A., " On the Thames at Marlow," 14 x igi (Gribble), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Fripp, G. A., " Near Ben Rinn," 135 x 20 (Misell), ;^s 15s. 6d. 
Glendening, A., 1904, " Summer-Time on the River," 19J x 29^ (Sampson), 

^31 lOS. 
Glendening, A., 1904, " Happy Summer-Time," 295 x 205 (Sampson), £2^ 4s. 
Goodall, E. A., 1867, " Isola Piscatore, Lago Maggiore," iij x i8J (Amor), 

£12 I2S. 

Goodwin, A., 1885, " Worcester," 85 x 12 (Sampson), £ij 17s. 
Groenewegen, A. J., 1897, " A Dutch Pasture," 13 x 20 (Brown), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Groenewgen, A. J., " Milking-Time," 12J x 191 (Hollender & Koekkoek), 

£9 9S- 
Hardy, T. B., i8go, " Trafalgar," 30 x 50 (Brown), £2$ 7s. 
Hardy, T. B., " Off Scheveningen," 12^ x igj (Gribble), £8 i8s. 6d. 
Hardy, T. B., 1894, " Off the South Sand head," 13 x 20 (Mitchell), ;^i2 12s. 
Havell, W., 1807, " Landscape," 30 x 40 (Brown), ;^i5 15s. 
Hine, Harry, "The Village Green," loj x 16J (Leggatt), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Indoni, F., " Flirtation," 30 x 21 (Brown), ;^5 15s. 6d. 
Kilburne, G. G., " The Disputed Path," ig^ x 135 (Stuart), £1^ 133. 
Kilburne, G. G., " The Dancing-Lesson," loj x 145 (Addis), ;£J^22 is. 
Leitch, W. L., " Landscape," 7^ x ijj (Bowden), ;^4 14s. 6d. 
Lloyd, Stuart, " A Sussex Village," iii x 35J (Gribble), £n 13s. 



i6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Lloyd, Stuart, 1906, " Tintern Abbey," iij X 3Si (Gribble), ;^i6 i6s. 

Lloyd, Stuart, " Near Rye, Sussex," igj X 355 (Cooling), £<) 9s. 

Lloyd, Stuart, " Dittisham, Devon," igi X 3SJ Cooling), ;£'io los. 

Lloyd, Tom, 1904, " When Lilies Smell Sweetest," 115 x 273 (Gribble), ;£^2i. 

Lloyd, Tom, 1903, " One of the Family," H5 x 275 (Gribble), ;/;^22 is. 

Lloyd, Tom, 1S98, " .\bove Pulboro', Sussex," iij x 27^ (Brown), £iq 8s. 6d. 

Macallum, Hamilton, 1876, " The Fishing Village," 15 X 27J (Cooling), 

£l 17s- 6d. 
Marny, P., " Old Rennes, Brittany," 23J x 38J (Brown), £^ 17s. 6d. 
Mason, F. H., " Picking up a Pilot," 19J X 29^ (Brown), £?. 18s. 6d. 
Montalba, Clara, "Santa Maria della Salute, Venice," 16 x ii^ (Amor), 

£1^ 8s. 6d. 
Orrock, J., " Near Milford, Surrey," 13 x igj (Cooling\ ^5 153. 6d. 
Owen, S., " An Old Castle on the Coast," 6x11 (Brown), £e, 15s. 6d. 
Prout, S., " An Old Building," loj X 8J (Mullen), £i i8s .6d. 
Prout, S., " Ships at a Quay," loi X 16 (Parker), £^ 4s. 
Prout, S., "An Old Building," 15^ X n (Mullen), ^"13 2s. 6d. 
Pyne, J. B., " Near Whitby " and " .\ Bay Scene," a pair, 13I x igi (Bowden), 

£^'t 2S. 

Pyne, J. B., " Godsberg on the Rhine," 13 X 19 (Wood), ^"5 53. 

Rossi, A. M., " A Deserter," 35I x 27J (Misell), ;£;'s 153. 6d. 

Rossi, A. M., " A Find," 30 x 21 (Leggatt), ^"9 9s. 

Rossi, ."V. M., " The Pet," 29 x 21 (Cooling), £s iSs- 6d. 

Steeple, J., 1884, " Fittleworth Common, Sussex," 13 x 20J (Gribble), 

£t, 13s. 6d. 
Steeple, J., 1886, " Hampstead Heath," 135 x 20 (A. Ward), ;^3 13s. 6d 
Syer, J., 1870, " Welsh River Scenes," a pair, 12 x 19 (Gribble), £12 12s. 
Thorne-Waite, R., " Near Southwold," 10 x 14 (Bowden), £ij^ 14s. 
Tomba, C, " The Promenade," 17J x 12 (."^mor), £<) gs. 
Wainewright, T. F., 1862, " Cattle, near the Coast," ?,\ x 24 (Brown), 

;|^I3 23. 6d. 

Weedon, A. W., 1894, " On the Norfolk Broads," 13J x 20J (Gribble), £1$ 15s. 

Weiland, J., " The Housewife," 14^ x 18 (Gribble), £.-24 3s. 

Wilson, C. E., " Dinner-Time " and " Returning from Harvesting," a pair, 

2o| X 131 (Sampson), £.\2. 
Wimperis, E. M., " On the Wharfe," 13J x igi (Misell), £8 8s. 
Wimperis, E. M., " On the Rother," 11 x igi (Brown), £>^ 14s. 6d. 
Wimperis, E. M., " The Gravel-Pit," 10^ x 18J (Leggatt), £s iSs. 6d. 
Wint, P. de, "Cawdor Castle," loj x 16 (Mullen), ;^ii os. 6d. 
Wint, P. de, " A Rocky Stream," iij x 18 (Falser), ;^ii tis. 
Zezzos, A., " A Christening : St. Mark's, Venice," 28 x 27 (Mackay), £y 17s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 
Adams, J. Clayton, " Autumn," 15 x 23 (Brown), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Baker, T., 1863, " Home Meadows," isJ x 235 (Sampson), £1-; 6s. 6d. 
Barker, Wright, " Loch Achray," 2g3 x 3g (Lister), £16 53. 6d. 
Barker, Wright, " Landscape," 355 x 4<jk (Lister), ;£'20 93. 6d. 
Barrett, G., R..A.., " Windsor Castle," 51I x 77 (Brown), j^i8 i8s. 
Beers, Jan van, 1881, " Going to the Ball," 12 x 9 (Brown), £6 6s. 
Beers, Jan van, " An Albanian Girl," i2j x 9 (Brown), ;^s 15s. 6d. 
Blinks, T., " The Water," igi x 29^, " The Open Ditch," igl x 29^, " The 

Last Fence," igj X 39J, " Evens on the Field," 19I x 29J (Foiei), the 

four, ^157 los. 



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Blinks, T., " Steeplechasing," 15J x iij (Sampson), ;^i2 12s. 
Bortignoni, G., 1902, " The Music-Lesson," 26i x 19 (Mitchell), ;£;i2 is. 6d. 
Bradley, Basil, 1893, " Sheep Reposing " and " Breezy Day, Dalby, Isle of 

Man," a pair, 19 X 29 (Brown), ^'31 los. 
Branwhite, C, 1842, " Clifton Suspension Bridge," 36^ X 54i (Quick), £2-, 4s. 
Bundy, Edgar, " Saints and Sinners," 2^\ x 35 (Cooling), £2(1 5s. 
Chelminski, Jan., 1875, " Going to the Meet," on panel, loi x 14 (Brown), 

£i i8s. 6d. 
Coleman, W. S., 1902, " Feeding the Swan, ' 23^ x 35i (Brown), £2,(> iS*- 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1896, " Cattle in Canterbury Meadows," 47 x 71 

(Wolff & Co.), £ni 15s. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1873, " The Contrast : The Beginning of November, 1872," 

48 X 72, Royal Academy, 1878 (Sampson), £1^^, 8s. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1897, " Driving Home the Herd," 30 X 50 (Sampson), 

£6s 2S. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., " Group of Cattle," 23 x 47 (Wolff & Co.), £so 8s. 
Corot, J. B. C, " A Woody River Scene," loj x 135 (Sampson), ^'12 12s. 
Costa, G., " Spring" 51 x 30 (Cooling), £s 5s- 
Couver, J. Van, " On the Maas," 23 x 41^ (Agnew), ;£;ii ns. 
Croegaert, G., 1889, " Blonde " and " Brunette," a pair, \~,\ x "i (Sampson), 

£9 9s • 
Crofts, E., R.A., " The Flight of the Duke of Monmouth," 15 x 22 (Mitchell), 

j^34 13s- 
Duverger, T. E., " His First Smoke," isJ x i2\ (Hollender & Koekkoek), 

£i() 8s. 6d. 
Ellis, Edwin, " Where Sea and Mill-Stream Meet," 17I X 32i (Brown), ^22 is. 
Ellis, Edwin, " The Lobster-Fisher," I7i X 33 (Brown), £26 5s. 
Fantin-Latour, H., " A Wood-Nymph," 4i X 8i (Hollender & Koekkoek), 

;^I4 14s. 

Farquharson, D., A.R.A., 1890, " Invermark Castle," igi x 2gi (Sampson), 

;£,'52 lOS. 

Farquharson, ]., A.R.A., " Sunshine Calm and Sweet," 39^ x 29i (Sampson), 

j£Ji4i iSs. 
Frith, W. P., R.A., " Widow Wadman Lays Siege to my Uncle Toby," 

IS X 9 (Misell), £i-j 6s. 6d. 
Glindoni, H. G., 1899, " Called to the Front," 43i X 33i (Polak & Co.), £26 5*. 
Glindoni, H. G., 1901, " A Surprise," 35J x 27J (Polak & Co.), £i^ 14s. 
Glindoni, H. G., 1891, "The Brave Deserve the Fair," gi X iij, Royal 

Academy, 1S91 (Gribble), £n 14s. 
Haanen, C. Van, 1883, " Head of a Venetian Girl," 20} x 14^ (Sampson), £% 8s. 
Hague, Anderson, " Young Mariners," 39J x 27J (Brown), ;t'22 is. 
Hale, E. Matthew, 1900, " Women-Stealers," 35J x 60 (Sampson), ;£rio los. 
Hardy, J., jun., 1888, " In Charge," 19 x 23 (Mitchell), ^£722 is. 
Herpfer, Carl, " The Duet," 50 X 35 (Wolf & Co.), /;2i. 
Herpfer, Carl, "The First-Born," 50 X 35 (Wolff & Co.), £ii, iSs. 
Hillingford, R., " The Repulse of the Imperial Guard at Waterloo," 175 x 33I 

(Brown), ^15 15s. 
Hoesslin, G. Von, " The Baptistery Steps," 24 x 37! (Brown), £2 12s. 6d. 
Hoesslin, G. Von, " A Reverie," 564 x 33 (Brown), £6 6s. 
Hurt, L. B., "A Herd of Highland Cattle," 23J x sgi (Davidson), ;^68 55. 
Israels, J., " A Fisherwoman," \o\ x 15 (Hollender & Koekkoek), £1$ 15s. 
James, D., 1900, " When the Sea is Angry," 24J x 49 (Brown), £ii 181. 
Johnson, C. E., " Her Last Moorings," 46 x 71I (Brown), £i 8s. 

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18 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Johnson, Laura, " Toilers of the Deep," 47 X 32 (Mitchell), ^"8 i8s. 6d. 
King, Yeend, " The Angler's Corner," 40 X 29J (Wolff & Co.), £■},(> iSs- 
Knowles, G. Sheridan, 1901, " When Duty Calls," 39 X 29 (Wolff & Co.), 

£'24 3s • 
Ladell, E., " Fruit of the Season," 9J X ni (Howard), ;^io los. 
Ladell, E., " Fruit and Bird's-Nest," 13J X ni (Sampson), £11 iis. 
Leader, B. W., R.A., 1881, " By the River Beredown, Dartmoor," 23 x 3Si 

(Clark), ;^ios. 
Leader, B. W., R.A., 1890, " An Old Mill, Doveridge, Derbyshire," isi X 23! 

(Clark), £67,. 
Lewis, C. J., " In the Shade," 31 x 47 (Wolff), £1^ 13s. 
Linnell, J., sen., 1865, " Evening," 27J x 38 (Sampson), ;^i44 18s. 
Lloyd, Stuart, " Rye, from the Hills," 39J x 59^ (Mullen), £ii, i8s. 
MacWhirter, J., R.A., " Towards the Loch Stratnglass, N.B.," 29J x i9i 

(Sampson), £i\2. 
Massani, P., " The Valentine," igj X 31 (Wolff & Co.), £i(> i6s. 
Mauve, A., " A Cow in a Pasture," 8J x 13J (Wolff & Co.), £^ 17s. 6d. 
Mauve, A., " A River Scene," 10 X 15 (Carr), £^ 7s. 
Mauve, A., " A Dutch Girl," 14^ X loi (Howard), ^7 17s. 6d. 
Morgan, Fred, " Jealousy," 19 X 23J (Wolff), ^£^19 igs. 
Neuhuys, Jan, 1870, " The Arrest," 41 x 29J (Brown), ;£io los. 
Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., 1879, " A Sussex Village," 34J x 49^, Royal Academy, 

1879 (Cooling), £2,0 gs. 
Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., :88o, " A Hazy Morning in Alnmouth Bay," 34t X 49, 

Royal Academy, 1880 (Cooling), £$0 8s. 
Oliver, W., " The Trysting-PIace," 35^ x 27i (Brown), ^13 13s. 
O'Neill, G. B., 1901, "The Return," 23J x igi (Sampson), £2y 6s. 
Parton, Ernest, " On the Ouse, Hants," 28i X 44 (Brown), ^'22 is. 
Puteani, F., 1888, " Venice, from the Artist's Studio," 80 x 39 (Brown), £q 9s. 
Pyne, J. B., 1867, " Torre del Grotte, near Naples," 22J x 32i (Misell), £16 i6s. 
Pyne, J. B., 1849, " Landscape," 25 x 35 (Wood), ^10 los. 
Ricci, A., " The Wedding-Party," 26 X 39 (Clark), ;£io5. 
Rossi, A. M., " The Children's Ball," 47J x 71! (Wolff & Co.), £3j, 2S . 
Sabatini, L, "The Seal of Love," 39 X 2oi (Wolff), £28 7s. 
Sabatini, L, " Where there is Youth there is Love," 39 x 24! (Wolff), £l^ 158. 
Semenowsky, E., " The Garland of Roses," 20^ x 3Si (Brown), ;^27 6s. 
Semenowsky, E., " Melody," 333 X loj (Brown), £m 14s. 
Verboeckhoven, E., 1877, " Ewes, Lambs and Poultry," 34 x 28 (Sampson), 

Verboeckhoven, E., " A Herdsman and two Cows," on panel, 9x8 (Brown), 

£^-i 13'- 
Vincent, G., " Returning to the Farm," 2o| X 31 (Whale), ;^5 ss. 
Wardle, Arthur, " In Full Cry," 29 x 48 (Brown), £iy 17s. 
Watson, W., 1893, " In Glen Goil, Argyllshire," 19J x 29J (Wolff), ;^38 17s. 
Webb, J., " Near Naples," 29i x 49 (Scott), ;^i8 i8s. 
Weiland, J., " Convalescent," 31 x 39 (Hollender & Koekkoek), £?i^ ss- 
Williams, E. C, " A River Scene, with Cottage : Evening," 23J x 41J 

(Agnew), ;^is 15s. 
Wilson, J. J., 1852, " Etretat," 44 X 55 (Brown), £22 is. 
Wimperis, S. M., 1891, " An Autumn Day, near Boreham," 14^ x 32J (Bowden), 

£iy 17s. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " Home," 17 x 3ii (Cooling), ;^i8 18s. 



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December 9, 1907 (Second Day's Sale). 

DRAWINGS. 

Affleck, W., " At Clifton Hampden," igj x 14 (Hobson), ;£^ii us. 

Bardill, R. W., 1905, " An Orchard in Spring, Houghton," and " The Mill-Pool, 

Houghton, Huntingdon," a pair, igj x 29 (Mitchell), ;£,'6 6s. 
Bardill, R. \V., 1905, " Backwater, near Houghton Mill," and " Heming{ord 

Mill " (Cooling), £,2 12s. 6d. 
Bardill, R. W., 1905, " An Orchard at Wyton, Huntingdon," \\\ x i6i 

(Newman), £2 2S. 
Beach, E. G., 1904, " Farm at Temple Ewell, near Dover," and " A Thatched 

Cottage," a pair, 13 x 19^ (Wolff & Co.), ;t4 4S. 
Birtles, H., " Cattle," 12J x 19^ (Wolff & Co.), ^'s 5s. 
Bompiani, C, " Flower-Sellers, Rome," 21 x 145 (Vokips), ;£'y 9s. 
Bradley, Basil, " Missed," 7 x loj (Price), ;^'i3 2s. 6d. 
Butler, Mildred A., 1896, " Gentle Spring in Sunshine Clad," loj x i4i 

(Mitchell), £5 5s. 
Canella, A., " The Interior of a Church, Venice," 21 x 10 (Leggatt), ;^4 14s. 6d. 
Carline, G. F., " .\n Arab Smoking," 17J x 13 (Tooth), £6 16s. 6d. 
Carrick, R., " Getting Ready for Fishing," 215 x 30 (Sampson), £S i8s. 6d. 
Cook, S., " On the South Coast," 155 x 245 (Gribble), ;i£ri8 18s. 
Cook, W., " On the South Coast " and " An Old Watermill " (Keeves), £■; 7s. 
Davidson, C, " Near Capel Curig," 12 x 185 (Ling), £2 12s. 6d. 
Dixon, C, 1903, " Off Southsea," loj x 30 (Mitchell), jCy 7s. 
Dodgson, G., "The Terrace, Haddon Hall," 11 x 19 (Bowden), ^^3 13s. 6d. 
Dodgson, G., " Rustic Anglers," 9 X 14 (Mullen), £n 4s. 
Dollond, W. Anstey, " The Bath," 24 x 14 (Lister), £2y 6s. 
Dollond, W. Anstey, " Day Dreams," S\ x 17J (Lister), ;£,io los. 
Dollond, W. Anstey, " The Appointed Hour," 17! x 7J (Gooden & Fox), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 
Dollond, W. Anstey, " A Quiet Nook," gi x 13! (Mullen), £6 6s. 
Dollond, W. Anstey, "The Letter," 18 x 11 (Bowden), £iy 6s. 6d. 
Drummond, J., 1873, " The Oyster-Catchers," :7i x 29 (Lister), £y 17s. 6d. 
Drummond, J., " Head of a Fisherman," 19 x 14 (Mullen), £-i 13s. 6d. 
Feller, P. F., " A Race for Life," 17 x 28J (Keeves), £y 17s. 6d. 
Fielding, Newton, " A Landscape," 65 x loj (Mullen), £2 12s. 6d. 
Fraser, R. W., " Old Windsor Weir," 10 X 21 (Mullen), £2 12s. 6d. 
Goodall, E. A., " A View in a Town," 6 x 12 (Cooling), £4 14s. 6d. 
Goodall, J. E., " Playmates," 13J x 8^ (Farmiloe), ^6 6s. 
Goodwin, H., 1902, " Worcester," gf x 14^ (W. Permain), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Gosling, W., " The Church Pool, Wargrave-on-Thames," 14 x 27 (Bowden), 

;^I2 I2S. 

Green, C, 1866, " A Surprise Visit," 6x5 (Misell), £1 is. 

Gregory, C, " The Cliff Gardens, Rye," 13! x 2oi (Wolff & Co.), £() 9s. 

Hankey, W. Lee, " Reflections," 14 x loi (Mullen), £^ 4s. 

Hardy, T. B., 1881, " Dort, Holland," 7^ x iij (Leggatt), £s ss. 

Hardy, T. B., 1892, " Venice," 7 x loj (Leggatt), £5 5s. 

Hough, W., " Greengages and Peach," 10 x 14 (Mullen), £2 13s. 6d. 

Hough, W., " Plums and Nuts," 14 x :i (Homsley), ^5 5s. 

Hunt, A. W., " Landscape," 6J x gj (Mitchell), ;£;i2 is. 6d. 

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20 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Kilburne, G. G., " A Picnic," si x 8J (Lister), £■; 7s. 

Lessore, Jules, " A View in a Norman Town," 9 X 14 (Keeves), £i 155. 6d. 

Lloyd, Tom, 1905, " The Old Gander," 9 X i8i (Gribble), ;^I5 15s. 

Lloyd, Tom, 1905, " An Autumn Morning," 7 X 135 (Gribble), £.\\ os. 6d. 

Lloyd, Tom, " A Wet Evening," 8i X 18J (Gribble), £z\. 

Ludlow, Hal, 1894, " The Dancer," 18 x 13 (Sampson), £ii^ 35. 6d. 

Mainella, R., " The Lagoons, Venice," and " On the Italian Coast," a pair, 

12 X 6 (Mullen), £k i6s. 6d. 
Marny, P., " Frankfort," 16 x 24^ (WolS & Co.), £-, "s. 
Marshall, R. A. K., " The River Test, near Longparish, Hants," and " Valle 

Crucis Abbey," a pair, gj X 13I (Gribble), ;^ii iis. 
Marshall, R. A. K., " Willows Park and The Sisters, Tintagel, Cornwall," 

i3i X 205 (Mullen), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Mason, F. H., " Off to the Fishing-Grounds," 19 x 28J (Sampson), £?> i8s. 6d. 
Mason, F. H., "The Church of St. Michael, Venice," iii X 15^ (Vokins), 

£\^ t2S. 

Mason, F. H., " Off Dover " and " Landing Fish," a pair, sJ x 12 (Sampson), 

£n 17s- 6d. 
Mason, F. H., "Venice from the Lagoons," 9^ x 29 (Mitchell), ;£:ii os. 6d. 
Mole, J. H., " A Mountain Stream," 21 J x 14^ (Misell), ;£;io los. 
Mole. J. H., "On the Medway " and "The Swans," by B. D. Sigmund, 1898 

(Gribble), £<) 9s. 
Offermans, T., "The Cottage Door," 11 x 7i (Cooling), £\. 
Parker, J., 1892, " Streatley-on-Thames," 13^ x 2oi (Gribble), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 
Parker, J., 1890, " Poppies," 14 x 10 (Mullen), £2 12s. 6d. 
Philp, J. G., " On the Devonshire Coast," isJ x 22 (Gribble), £1 13s. 6d. 
Pilsbury, Wilmot, " A Worcestershire Farm," 7x10 (Mullen), £^ 155. 6d. 
Pilsbury, Wilmot, "Cottages on a River," 7 x 11 (Sampson), £a, 4s. 
Richardson, E., " Wimpfen on the Neckar," 12 x 19 (Gribble), £a, 14s. 6d. 
Richardson, J., 1868, " Highland Cattle," 13 x 19^ (Wolff), £2 12s. 6d. 
Robins, T. S., " Rhyadahr Maur on the River Conway," 30 x 2ii (Mullen), 

£■2. I2S. 6d. 
Shalders, G., " Landscape," 10 x 16 (Gribble), £<) gs. 
Sherrin, J., " Dead Birds," loi x 13J (Mitchell), £% 8s. 
Sherrin, J., " GrapeF and Apple," 7X9 (Mullen), £1 7s. 
Smith, Noel, " Ringmoor, Devon," 10 x 14 (Gribble), £■; 7s. 
Stannard, S., " The Last Load," I3i X 244 (Gribble), ;£:i3 13s. 
Stannard, S., " Carting Bracken " and " A Cottage by a Pool," a pair, 

9i X i3i (Gribble), ^10 los. 
Stephanoff, F. P., " Macbeth's Banquet " and " .A.rming for the Tournament " 

(Gribble), £i, 4s. 
Stormont, H. G., " Kite-Flying, Oxshott Common, Surrey," 20 X 29 (Wolff), 

;,^II IIS. 

Stormont, H. G., " Early Spring," 14 X loj (Agnew), £:, ss. 
Swanwick, H., 1905-6, " Brook House Farm, near Crowborough," and 

" Netherton, Devon," a pair, 7i X iii (Gribble), £n 14s. 
Swanwick, H., "Spring-Time," iij x 8 (Gribble), £% 8s. 
Swanwick, H., " Castletown Bay, Isle of Man," 7 X to (Leggatt), £(> 6s. 
Syer, J., 1870, " A Welsh River Scene," 12 x 19 (Bowden), ;^ii iis. 
Tayler, F., " The Salmon River," 14 X 21 (Bowden), £\ iis. 6d. 
Tayler, F., " Eagle and Dead Stag," 9 x 13 (Leggatt), £2. 2S. 
Tenkate, H., " Watching the Train," 13J x 19J (McKay). ;^I2 is. 6d. 
Tenkate, H.. " Domestic Felicity," 8J x 12 (Cooling), £% 8s. 



December 9, 1907. 



Tomba, C, " A Consultation," iSJ X 13 (Pickering;, ;£^I7 17s. 

Varley, J., 1832, " Landscape," loi x I4i (Palser), £s '5S- 6d. 

Varley, J., " On the Thames," 7 x 12 (Gribble), £^ 4s. 

Verbeckhoven, E., 1873, " Sheep and Goat," pencil, loj x i6i (Agnew), 

£4 14s. 6d. 
Wainewright, T. F., and Pearson, C, 1861, " Sheep near a Highland Loch," 

IS X 2Si (Mullen), ^^25 4s. 
Walters, G. S., " Netley, Southampton Water," 13 x 20 (Gribble), £s 5^- 
Watson, J. D., 1869, "The Fisherman's Return," 13I x 11 (Bowden), ;£r8 8s. 
Weatherill, G., " Old Whitby," 12^ x ig (Sampson), £7 7s. 
Whittaker, J. W., " A River Scene," I2i x 19 (Gribble), £2 12s. 6d. 
Wimbush, H. B., " On the Lido, Venice," 14J x 2oi (Brown), £,i 14s. 6d. 
Wimperis, E. M., " Beeston Castle, Cheshire," 13 X 20 (Thompson), £^ i6s. 6d. 
Wimperis, E. M., 1896, " Resting in the Shade," iii x 18 (Bowden), ;{rii lis. 
Wimperis, E. M., " On the Ouse," loj x 17^ (Bowden), £^8 i8s. 6d. 
Wint, P. de, " A Mountainous Lake Scene," 8} x 14 (W. Ward), ;C7 I7S- 6d. 
Zezzos, A., "A Venetian Girl," 11^ x 9 (Mullen), jQ^ 13s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 
Allen, J. W., " An Old Cottage," 8x6 (Brown). £2 12s. 6d. 
Beul, H. de, 1871, " Ewes, Lambs, and Poultry," 23^ x 31^ (Brown), ;£ri5 15s. 
Casanova, L., 1879, " Idle Moments," 12 x 17 (.Mitchell), £6 6s. 
Coleman, W. S., " Painting Pottery," 20^ x 135 (Mitchell), £7 7*. 
Conti, Tito, " The Portfolio," loj x 7i (Sampson), £6 6s. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., " A Black and White Co\^" 6i x gj (Mullen), £3 3s. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., " Head of a Cow," 6i x 5^ (Hudson), £2 12s. 6d. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1847, " A Calf," 6i x 8^ (Cooling), £s iss. 6d. 
Couver, J. Van, " Old Dordrecht," 231 x 35! (Woiff), ;£Ti2 12s. 
Couver, J. Van, " Near Amsterdam," igj x 355 (Carr), ^'15 15s. 
Creswick, T., R.A., " Near Capel Curig," 7I x iij (Hudson), ;^i2 is. 6d. 
Dargelas, A. H., " Playing Marbles," 13^ x 10 (Brown), ^12 is. 6d. 
Duke, A., " A Strange Face," 15^ x 23J (Wolff), £d 4s. 
Elsley, A. J., " Molly," 11 x gi (Wolff), ^^3 13s. 6d. 
Esquivel, V., " The Abbot's Visit," 16 x 215 (Brown), £16 i6s. 
Faed, T., R.A., " .\ Gipsy Family," 21 x i6| (Amor). ;^i4 14s. 
Faed, T., R.A., " In the Cornfield," gi x 13I (Mullen), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Fisher, T. Melton, 1893, "A Southern Belle," 23J x 113 (Cooling), £6 6s. 
Fletcher, Blandford, "Truants," 14J x iij (Mullen), £s ijs. 6d. 
Fletcher, Blandford, " Wareham, Dorset," iit x i8i (Brown), £^ 15s. 6d. 
Fullwood, J., " A Valley in the Mendip Hills," 17^ x 23 (Brown), £^ 4s. 
Fullwood, J., " A Valley in the Mendip Hills," 17 x 235 (Brown), £^ 15s. 6d. 
Gallon, R., " God's Acre," 19 X 29J (Sampson), £6 6s. 
Gallon, R., " Evening Glow," 19 x 29J (Brown), £7 7s. 
Garland, V. T., " Nearer the Bone the Sweeter the Meat," iij x 15J (Brown), 

£7 17s. 6d. 
Gilbert, A., 1894, " On the Banks of Llyn Gwynant," 23 x 3si (Mitchell), ;^8 8s. 
Halfnight, R., " Near Langley, Bucks," 15 x 23 (.Agnew), £7 7s. 
Hardy, Heywood, " .A Morning Ride," 17^ X 11 (Lister), £7 17s. 6d. 
Hill, J. J., " By the Sea," 7^ x gi (Sampson), £2 12s. 6d. 
Holland, J., " .'Vt Ancey, Savoy," I7i x 13J (Sampson), £7 17s. 6d. 
Horlor, G. W., " Evening in the Forest," 23J x 35J (Cooling), ;^I2 12s. 
Hough, W., " Fruit and Still Life," 13J x I9J (Brownl, £5 153. 6d. 
Hough, W., " Purple Plums and Filberts," 13J x iij (CoUings), £n 14s. 6d. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Hough, W., "Grapes, Figs and Apple," I3i X iii (Collings), £t, 3s. 

King, Yeend, " The Quiet Stream," igi x isi (Brown), £\t. is. 6d. 

Kitschenreiter, P., " At the Spring," I7i X \2\ (McKay), £^ 7s. 

Lewis, C. J., "The Sheep-Fold," 19J X 29 (Mitchell), £a, 4s. 

Massani, P., "The Artist's Model," i6i x 11 (Sampson), £\:i 12s. 

Mauve, A., " An Old Barn," 8 x 7i (Brown), £i 12s, 6d. 

Mauve, A., " Sheep Grazing," %\ X \\\ (Carr), £^ 9s. 

Millar, J. H. C, " The White Cliffs of Old England," 32 x 48 (Wolff), £\e, 15s. 

Morgan, J., " Reading ' The Times,' " 23 X i8i (Schiseder), £■] 17s. 6d. 

Muller, " Landscape," 17 X 23 (Brown), £i, 4s. 

Oliver, W., " Under the Seal ol Friendship," 29J x iqi (Woltl), £i i8s. 6d. 

Oliver, W., " Meditation," 29^ x 193 (Wolff), £<) 9s. 

Oliver, W., " The Garland," 29^ X 195 (Brown), £\i 12s. 

Oliver, W., " Happy News," 12 x 9 (Hobson), £(i 6s. 

Parton, Ernest, " On Lake Windermere," 20J x 14 (Brown), ;^8 8s. 

Parton, Ernest, " A Corner of the Lake, near Haslemere," 17J x iii (Brown), 

£f> 6s. 
Perrault, L., 1887, " The Flower-Girl," 2sJ x isi (Leggatt), £■] 7s. 
Piot, A., " Contemplation," 39 x 26^ (Mitchell), £\9, i8s. 
Pujol, C, 1879, " Galanterie," 14 X \o\ (Brown), £?, i8s. 6d. 
Rivas, A., " A Moorish Dance," 13 X 22i (Tooth), £\-i, 13s. 
Roberts, E., " Such a Good Girl," 13} x iii (Misell), £-j 17s. 6d. 
Sabatini, L, " Music," 2oi x 39 (Sampson), £2^ 4s. 
Sabatini, L, " A Birthday Present," 23 x 15 (Wolff), £\^ 6s. 6d. 
Semenowsky, E., "A Captive,'^ioi X 33^ (Brown), ;^I3 135. 
Semenowsky, E., " An Oriental Dream," 16 x 23 (Wolff\ £\z 12s. 
Semenowsky, E., " Peaches," 7 x 17J (Brown), £?, i8s. 6d. 
Semenowsky, E., " Cherries," 7 x igj (Brown), £(> 6s. 
Shayer, W., sen., " A Sportsman Resting," gi x 115 (Scott), £(i 6s. 
Soulacroix, F., " Good-bye," 31 x 21 (Mitchell), £i'i 17s. 
Soulacroix, F., " Expectation," 32 x 14 (Sampson), £2() 8s. 
Stretton, P. E., " Market-Day," isi X 19J (Biddle), £9, i8s. 6d. 
Stretton, P. E., " Expectancy," 15 X igj (Wolff), ;^8 8s. 
Strutt, A. W., " Golden Days," 12^ x 9 (Brown), ^,'4 4s. 
Tenkate, M., " Little Gossips," 13J x \%\ (Scott), £\o los. 
Verboeckhoven, L. C, " A River Scene," 14J X i%\ (Mullen), ;^5 15s. 6d. 
Vinea, F., 1878, " A Promenader " and " A Study " (Schiseder). ;^3 3s. 
Vrolyk, Jan. 1874, "Cows in a Meadow," 15 X 26 (Scott), £\\ us. 
Walters, G. S., " Timber-Ships, Great Yarmouth," 23 x 35^ (Keeves), 

£^ 19s. 6d, 
Williams, E. C, " Watering Cattle," 23 X J9 (Keeves), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Wimperis, " Near Aldeburgh," 11 X 19 (Bowden), £\o los. 
ZofFoli, A., "A Reading-Party," 11} x 15J (Sampson), £20 gs. 6d. 



December 14, 1907. 23 



December 14, 1907. The following were the property 
of Mrs. Oddie, of Hawthorn Lodge, Bracknell, Berks : — 

PICTURES. 
Clayton, J. E., "Head of a Cardinal" and "A Woody Landscape," unframed 

(Hardy), £.3 los. 
Denner, " Head of an Old .Man," 22 x lyi (Raikes), £\o :os. 
Dutch School, " .\n Artist, with his wife and daughter," 43 x 34 (Parsons), 

£33 '2S. 

Dutch School, " A Peasant-Woman " and " A Peasant," a pair, 29 x 23 

(Taylor), £3^ 13s. 
Flemish School, " The Evangelists," 49 x 59 (Mrs. Wheeler), £1^ 15s. 
Hooghe, De, " An Interior," 30 x 25 (Parsons), £2^ 4s. 
Naiveu, M., "Strolling Plavers " and "After the Fair," a pair, iSJ x i&j 

(Wells), ^14 14s. 
Oost, Van, "The Sermon on the Mount," 13^ x 11 (Cohen), £s Ss. 

The following were the property of Sir George Dash- 
wood, Bart, of Kirtlington Park, Oxford : — 

PICTURES. 

" Portrait of a Gentleman," 49 x 40 (Cohen), ;^ii iis. 

Italian School, " The Magdalen," 52^ x 43 (Rosi), £$ 5s. 

Assereto, G., " The Incredulity of Saint Thomas," 46 x 39 (W'heeler), £4 4s. 

Francks, F., " The Interior of a Picture Gallery," 22 x 34 (Cohen), £10 los. 

Janssens, C, " Portrait of a Lady," 28 x 22 (Wise), £j6 i6s. 

Jardin, K. du, " A Mountainous River Scene," 22 x 30 (Cunliffe), £4 4s. 

Lawrence, Sir T., P.R..\., " Portrait of Miss Anna Maria Dashwood," daughter 
of Sir Henry Watkin Dashwood, Bart., afterwards wife of John, second 
Marquis of Ely ; in white dress with mauve sash and scarf, resting her 
right arm upon a stone pedestal, landscape background, 30 x 25 (Lesser), 
£-'i>470- 

Meulen, Van der, " .A General and his StalT," 235 x 34 (Price), £4 14s. 6d. 

Musscher, M. van, " .An Interior, with three gentlemen studying astronomy," 
signed and dated 1671, 22^ x 20 (Buttery), ;£riio 5s. 

Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Portrait of Lady Dashwood and Child," Mary 
Helen, wife of Sir Henry Watkin Dashwood, Bart., daughter of John 
Graham, Esq., of Kinross, in dark blue dress and white fichu, with blue 
ribancf in her hair, holding on her laj. her infant son, Henry George Mayne 
Dashwood, who is dressed in a white frock, red curtain background, 
29 x 24, National Portrait Exhibition, 1867 (Everett), ;£r2,73o. 

Steenwyck, H., " The Interior of a Cathedral," 465 x 35J (Leggatt), ;£rj6 i6s. 

Titian, " The .Artist's Daughter," 36 X 30 (Lacey), £4 14s. 6d. 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 
Hoppner, J., R.A., " Portrait of a Lady," in blue dress and white muslin fichu, 
with a band of black riband round her neck; her hair is powdered, and 
bound with a blue and white kerchief; landscape and red curtain bac)^- 
ground, 29} x 23} (Kaye), ;£;i,S7S. 



24 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



DIFFERENT PROPERTIES.— DRAWINGS. 
Rosalba, " Flora," pastel, 22j X 183 (Amor), j^^i^ 13s. 

Ward, W., R.A., " Portrait of a Lady," pastel, lOj X SJ (Freeman), £^5 I4S- 
Russell, J., R.A., " Portrait of Miss Fanny Bennett," pastel, 24 x 17 

(Gray), £42. 
Woodman, R., " Portrait of the Princess Charlotte," 13 x 10 (Cox), ;£^2i. 
Rooker, M.A., " An Old Tavern," unframed, 12 x ig (Leggatt), £6 16s. 66. 
Gainsborough, T., R.A., " Mr. Joshua Kirby and his Wife," pencil, 155 x 12J 

(Biene), £3 13s. 6d. 
Bunbury, H., " Ipswich Market-Place, 1788," zij x 29J (Waylett), j^i8 i8s. 
Rowlandson, T., 1816, " Waltham Abbey Market," on panel, SJ x n| (Leggatt), 

;£■!! us. 
Huet-Villiers, F., " Hebe," 24! x 19 (Leggatt), £1^ 131. 

PICTURES. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Head of a Lady," 161 x i3i (Leggatt), £11 us. 
Zucchero School, " Portrait of a Lady," 35J x 26^ (Parsons), £S 8s. 
Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Hodgson," 30 x 25 (Renton), ;£^I52 s»- 
Dutch School, " Flowers in a Vase," 21 x 15 (Curtis), £2 2S. 
Early English, " Portrait of a Girl," 29t x 24 (Amor), £2 los. 
Hoppner, J., R.A., " Portrait of a Gentleman," 29 x 24^ (Bates), £^y 5s. 
Heda, W. K., "Still Life on a Table," 23J x 33 (Sackville Gallery), £^5 14s. 
Hals, Dirk, " Ladies and Gentlemen, in the gardens of a chSteau," i6i x 21 

(Amor), ;tis 15s. 
Morland, G., 1797, " Shipwrecked Mariners coming Ashore," I7i x 23^ (Nowell), 

;^3I los. 

Peters, Rev. W., R.A., " Hebe," 30 x 25, engraved by J. R. Smith (Newport(, 

Werff, A. Van der, " The Adoration of the Shepherds " and " The Flagellation," 

a pair, 31^ x 22j (Lander, ;^io los. 
Werff, A. Van der, " Ecce Homo " and " The Crucifixion," a pair, 32 x 223 

(Lander), ^9 gs. 
Early English, " Geographical Pastime, a lady and gentleman and their 

family playing a game," 24J x 2g| (Leggatt), ;£,'2i. 
Canaletto, A., " Northumberland House, Charing Cross," 27J x 43J (Bruce), 

£39 i8s. 
Sartorius, J., " The Celebrated Carriage Match Against Time, Aug. 20, 1753," 

37 X SS (Bruce), j£;is 155. 
Stothard, T., R.A., " Sailors in Port," 21J x ibj (Leslie,), ^14 14s. 
Lancret, " Figures Dancing," 24 x 29^ (Butter), £22 is. 
Cotes, F., R.A., " Portrait of Miss Alice Lane," 30 x 25 (Manby), ;^29 8s. 
Cotes, F., R.A., " Portrait of Miss Jane Lane," 30 x 25 (Manby), ;^2S 4s. 
Teniers, " A Village Scene," 29I x 35 (Streletskic), £y 7s. 
Ostade, " The Interior of a Kitchen," 20 x 18 (Hahn), ;^i8 18s. 
Backhuyzen, L., "Shipping at the Mouth of a River," 2ii x 26^ (Baynes), 

£s SS- 

Guardi, F., " A Quay at Venice," loj x 15 (Bemrose), £s 155. 6d. 
Backhuyzen, L., "The Landing of William III. at Tor Bay," 20 x 26 (Lacey), 

£9 95- 
Opie, J., R.A., " Portrait of a Youth," 30 x 25 (Holland), £22 is. 
Poussin, N., " Christ and the Woman of Samaria " and " Noli me Tangere," 

a pair, 29 x 23! (Amor), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 



December 14, 1907. 25 



Beechey, Sir \V., R.A., " Portrait of a Boy," 30 x 25 (Huggins), ;^39 i8s. 
Hudson, T., " Portraits of Two Young Ladies," 48 x 39 (Moore & Son), ;£^30 9s. 
Goyen, J. Van, " Landscape," 22 x 28 (Parsons), j^i^ 4s. 6d. 
Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Portrait of Admiral Lord St. Vincent," 30 x 25 

(Huggins), ;£;i7 17s. 
Early English, " Head of a Lady," oval, 15^ x 11^ (Huggins), ;^I3 13s. 
Zuccarelli, F., R.A., " A Bay Scene," 25 x 48 (Knight), ^15 15s. 6d. 
Sartorius, F., 1770, " Huntsmen and Hounds," 34 x 48J (Blanchard), ;^2i. 
Greuze, J. B., " Head of a Girl," 15 x 12 (Holland), /,'22 is. 
Albano, " The Choice of Paris," 17 x 22^ (Holmes), ;£J6 i6s. 6d. 
Teniers, D., " Interior," loj x SJ (Rosenburg), £^ 15s. 6d. 
Morland, G., " Smugglers," 24^ x 29^ (Glen), ,f4 4s. 
Werfl, A. Van der, " Children, with a Bird and a Cat," signed, 184 x 13s 

(Leggatt), £^ gs. 
Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Boy with a Dog," 24 x 20 (Wood), £1^ 13s. 
Norwich School, " Woody Landscapes," a pair, 21 x 25 (Morgan), ;^5 5s. 
Moor, K. de, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 2oi x 17 (Renton), ^£^31 los. 
Weenix, " Peasant-Boy, with dead game and vegetables," unframed, 39 x 32 

(Morgan), ^10 los. 
Mieris, F., " Two Boys at a Window, amusing themselves with a Cat," 

iSi X '^J, mentioned in Smith's " Catalogue Raisonn^," Vol. L, No. 62, 

and also in " Supplement," p. 45, No. 35 (Maniey), jCi^S los. 
Nasmyth, Alexander, " Woody River Scene," 34J x 36 (Bell), £23 2S. 
Wouverman, Ph., " Scene at a Village Fair," 16 x 20 (Ford), ;^378. 
Seghers, D., " Flowers in a Glass Vase," 13^ x loj (^\'ood), ^5 5s. 
Barrett, G., R.A., " Woody Landscapes," a pair, 24 x 3ii (Collings), £i) 9s. 
Dutch School, " Dutch Shipping," 23 x 42 (Vokins), ;^22 is. 
Neer, A. Van der, " A River Scene," 145 x 18 (Hahn), ^99 15s. 
Opie, J., R.A., " Portrait of Miss Ellen Courtenay," 17 x 15J (Mace), ;^I4 14s. 
Devis, A. W., " Portrait of Isaac Osborne," 29 x 24 (Arthur), £64. 
Morland, G., 1792, " Stone-Hauling," 14 x 12 (Wood), ;^39 i8s. 
Griffier, J., " River Scenes," a pair, on copper, 12^ x 17 (Cohen), ;^26 ss. 
Wheatley, F., R.A., " Landscape " and " River Scene," a pair, 17J x 21J 

(Shepherd), ^£126 5s. 
Blyk, F. J. Van der, " A Dutch Town," ig x 26i (.Glen), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Leiy, " Portrait of the Duke of Monmouth," unframed, 30 x 25 (Leggatt), 

£6 6s. 
Boyermans, T., 1667, " Mucius Scaevola placing his right hand in the fire before 

Lars Porsenna," 64 x 72 (Rowe), £g gs. 
Hoppner, J., R.A., " Portrait of an Old Lady," 23 x 19 (Bayley), ;£r22 is. 
Heda, C, " Oysters and Still Life on a Tab'.e," igj x 265 (Stannard), £^2. 
Bissolo, " The Grecian Daughter," 18J x 163 (Ward), ;^5 5s. 
Gerard, Mile., " Portrait of a Lady," 39 x 31J (Ryland), £4^ 2S. 
Janssens, H., " Cavaliers and Ladies," 325 x 38 (Parsons), ;^I5 15s. 
Gheraerdts, M., " Portrait of a Gentleman," 41J x 30 (Wardrop), ;^29 8s. 
Drouais, " Portrait of Baron, the Comedian," 31 x 24J (Laurence), ;^33 12s. 
Romney, G., " Portrait of Flaxman," 28 ^ 225 (Moore), ;^22 is. 
Palamedes, A., " An Interior, with cavaliers and ladies playing backgammon," 

17 X 21 (Renton), ^^37 i6s. 
Schiavone, " A Sacrifice," 17 x 44 (Wagner), £2 12s. 6d. 
Modern, "A Coast Scene," 13J x 11 (Bromley), £2 2S. 

Harlow, " The Congratulation," on copper, 6i x 4J (Wagner), £2 12s. 6d. 
Lely, " Portrait of Lady Pye," 44i x 35 (Gooden & Fox), £y 17s. 6d. 



26 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Dutch School, " Landscape," 27J x 39! (ColUngs), £^ 3s. 

French School, " Cherubs," 19 x 17 (Taylor), ;^8 8s. 

Dutch School, " A Peasant Carrying a Basket," 33 x 27 (Huish), ;^I2 12s. 

Hayman, F., R.A., " Ladies and Gentlemen Seated in a Garden," 27! X 36 

(Bullock), £is 15s. 
Hondecoeter, " Poultry and Birds," 49 x 39 (Parsons), £j^ 2S. 6d. 
Flemish School, " The Day of Judgment," 22 x 17 (Streletskic), £2^ 6s. 
Wouverman, " A Hawking Party," 20 X 165 (Hoesoni. £1^ 4s. 6d. 
Sanders, J., " Portrait of a Lady," 29 x 24 (Wood), ^z^ 13s. 
Early English, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 30 X 25 (Boeter), ;^ii us. 
Early English, " Portrait of a Lady," 285 x 22 (Renton), ;£J'29 8s. 
Early English, " Visiting a Child at Nurse," 22 x 29 (Leggatt), ;£io los. 
Dutch School, " Portrait of a Lady," 27 x 22 (Rutter), ;£,"is 15s. 
rtlorland, " A Coast Scene " and " A Frozen River Scene " (Mcllroy), ;^3 13s. 6d. 
Dutch School, " Fishing-Boats," " Dead Birds " and " A River Scene " 

(Moseley), £3 3s. 
Meyer, H. D., " A Fight for the Bridge," 18 x 24! (St Hens6), £7 7s. 
Velde, Van de, " Shipping in a Calm," 21J X 29J (Collings), £2 2S. 
Brooking, C, " A Sea Piece," 23J x 28J (Cohen), ;^3 3s. 
Rolfe, H. L., 1858, " Pike and Perch," 18J x 29^ (Nash), ;^i iis. 6d. 
Rolfe, H. L., 1861, " Dead Game," 19J x 29^ (Nash), £2 2S. 
Reynolds, " Portrait of Mrs. Musters," 28 X 235 (Moore), ;^I5 15s. 
Hogarth, " Portrait of Peg Woffington," 29 x 23J (Newton), ;£Ji6 i6s. 
Drouais, " Portrait of Louise de Savoie," 29 x 23 (Cohen), £n 14s. 
Ostade, A., " Peasants before a Country Inn," on panel, 9 x 12 (Cohen), 

;£^IO los. 

Huysum, J. Van, " Flowers in a Vase," 28J x 24 (Frankl), £3 13s. 6d. 

Raoux, J., " A Boy Blowing Bubbles," 24I x 205 (Cohen), £13 13s- 

Ketel, C, " A Lady," on copper, 9X7 (Cohen), £3 13s. 6d. 

Backhuyzen, L., " Shipping in a Breeze," 18 x 24 (Ball), £^ 14s. 6d. 

Caroli, B., " Saint Jerome in his study," 63 X 46 (Ball), £2 12s. 6d. 

Granacci, F., " The Annunciation," 66 x 68 (Humbert), ;^io los. 

Early Italian School, " The Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints," 

25 X isi (Frankl), ;^I5 15s. 
Fiore, J. Del, " Siint Sirus and Saint Paul," two in one frame, 21 x 12 

each (Oppenheim), ;^I7 17s. 
Horst, N. Van der, " Portraits of a Burgomaster and his Wife," a patr, 

29J X 24J (Willers), £y ys. 
Italian School, " The Resurrection of the Virgin," 235 X I5j (Collings), £6 6s. 
Jouvenet, J., " The Adoration of the Magi," 51 X 38 (Dell), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Palamedes, A., " An Interior, with a group of ladies and gentlemen singing 

and playing, 20} x 29J (Lewis & Simmons), £^^ 2S. 
Thomson, Rev. J. (of Duddington), " A Woody River Scene," 25 x 34 (Port), 

£2 2S. 

Early English, " Portrait of Hon. Mrs. Susan Robertson, of Fincastle," 30 x 25 

(Compton), ;£'io los. 
Ramsay, " Portrait of Mrs. FitzPatrick," 33 circle (Holland), £j^ 14s. 
Fyt, Jan, " Dead Game and Fruit," 233 x 295 (King), £g 19s. 6d. 
Ravestein, " Head of a Lady, with black dress and white cap," 14I x la 

(Wells), ;£;i2 IS. 6d. 
Brouwer, "A Boor Seated," iij x 8J (Baines), £3 13s. 6d. 
Nasmyth, " Woody Landscape," 9J x 15 (Faber), £i 12s. 6d. 



December 14, 1907. 27 



Reynolds, " Portraits of Claude and Esther, children of Horace Milford, E^q.," 

SO X 40 (Compton), £^2. 
Marieschi, " View in Venice," iSJ x 29 (Vokins), ;^i5 15s. 
Wilson, R., R.A., " Landscape," 18 X 24 (Everett), ;£rio los. 
Crome, " Woody Landscape," 15 x 19J (Fighe), £7 7s. 
Kalraat, B. Van, " A Cavalry Skirmish," 16 x 20 (FrankI), JJS 5S- 
Latten, Jan, and Berchem, " Woody River Scene," 52 x 69 (Parsons), ;^2i. 
Boxall, Sir W., R.A., " Portrait of Aaron Manby, Esq., Junior," 23 x 17 

(James), £5 55. 
Zoffany, J., R.A., " Portrait of Sir Joseph Lane," 295 x 235 (Bell), ;^5 5s. 
Early English, " Portrait of Zachary Manby, Esq.," 30 X 25 (Bell), £2 3S. 
Early English, " Portrait of Aaron Manby, Esq.," 29 x 24 (Bates), £^ 4s. 
Early English, " Portrait of Joseph Lane, Esq.," 28i x 25 (Bates), £2 as. 



28 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



December 21, 1907. The following were sold by order 
of the executors of William Rome, Esq., F.S.A., deceased, 
late of Creeksea Place, Burnham-on-Crouch : — 

DRAWINGS. 
" The Ruins of a Temple " and " The Temple of Theseus," by H. Parke 

(Fenton), ^^13 13s. 
" Landscape " and " A Kitchen at Llanberis " (Fenton), ;£,! 5s. 
" A Cottage, near Ludlow," and " Bird's-Nest and Apple-Blossom " (Fenton), 

" Tintern Abbey " and " A Gateway by a River " (Fenton), ^i 5s. 

"A Garden Scene " and " The Drummers '" (Fenton), £.1. 

" The Church Door at Stratford " and " A Town on a River " (Fenton), £1 5s. 

" A Sandy Shore " and " A Coast Scene " (Fenton), jQi 5s. 

" A Castle on a River " and " A Coast Scene " (Cutchinson), jQi 3s. 

" A State Funeral in St. Paul's Cathedral," 71 x 52 (Sampson). ;£?6 6s. 

Bennett, \V., " Woody Landscape " and " Head of a Girl " (Hutchinson), £,^. 

Bentley, C, " Dutch Fishing-Boat and other Vessels," 25 x 36J (Agnew), 

Canella, A., " A Cavalier and a Dog," 13 X 8J (Hutchinson), £2 2s. 

Chambers, G., " A Sea Piece," 15J x 25 (Fenton), j^3 3s. 

Constable, J., R.A., " The Coast near Folkestone," 55 X g (Agnew), £21) 8s. 

Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1853, " The Rainbow," 6f x 9! (Fenton), ;^ii iis. 

Cooke, E. W., R.A., " A Harbour Scene," 4! x ~\ (Fentonl, £.1 12s. 

Cox, D., " A View in the Campagna," 6 x 8J (Fenton), £9, 8s. 

Duffield, M. E., " Geraniums," a pair, 7J x 9 (Hutchinson), jQ^ los. 

G^libert, Jules, X870, " Two Hounds," 14 x 15 (Hutchinson), £ 717s. 6d. 

Grace, A. F,. 1882 " Haymaking," 21 x 28 (Fenton), £2 2S. 

Harding, J. D., 1835, " A Coast Scene," 45 x 6J (Bowden), £6 6s. 

Hawley, G., 1868, " A Sandy Lane," 12 x 21 (Fenton), £~, 15s. 6d. 

Hienck, J., " A Muscovy Duck " and " Birds " (Gooden & Fox), jQ^o. 

Holland, J., " Cadiz " 10 x 21 (.^gnew), ;^33 12s. 

Johnson, E. K., 1S83, " Feeding the Ducks," loj X 7 (Last), £^ 4s. 

Lewis, J. F., R.A., " Sheik el Belled," 13 x 18 (Upperton), £i 14s. 6d. 

Lewis, J. F., R.A., " Head of an Eastern Merchant," 16 x loj (Permain), 

£3 3*- 

Macpherson, J., " A Landscape with a Church," " A Sundial " and " Water- 

Plants " (Hutchinson), £t, ios. 
Macpherson, J., " A Coast Scene " and " A River Scene " (Fenton), £1^ 14s. 6d. 
Palmer, Sutton, " Near Canterbury," 7J x 14 (Bo\vden\ ;^8 18s. 6d. 
Radford, E., 1876, " Passing Reflections," 135 x 115 (Bowden), £2^, 4s. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A. (after), " Heads of Angels " and " A Girl " (Sabin), 

£\o los. 
Roberts, D., R.A., 1846, " View on the Nile," 13J x igi, Guildhall, 1896 

(Pilkington), £!•; 17s. 
Roberts, D., R..^., 1839, " Descent upon the Valley of the Jordan," 12J X 18J 

Guildhall, 1896 (Wagner), ;i£;^23 2s. 
Shalders, G., 1870, " View in Surrey," 65 x 13^ (Huggins), ;^i2 12s. 
Soper, T. J., " Landscape," 12 x 23 (Fenton), £e, 153. 6d. 
Stanfield, C, R.A., " Tottenham," 4 x si (Leggatt), £^ ys. 



December 21, 1907. 29 



Stothard, T., R.A., "The Introduction," 5x5! (Fenton), £^ 9s. 

Tivoli, G., "A Halberdier," nj x 7 (Fenton), £z 3s. 

Turner, J M. W., R.A. (after), "Windsor," "Richmond" and "Dover" 

(Fenton), £^ 4s. 
Vidal, L., " Butterflies and Grapes," 9 X si (Fenton), £,\ los. 
Wint, P. de, " Landscape," iii X i8i (Agnew), £n 3s. 

MODERN PICTURES. 
"Two Greyhounds," igj x 261 (Hutchinson), ;t,ii us. 
Baxter, C., " The Three Graces," 19J x 16J (Fenton), £^^ as. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1834, " Sheep and Donkey," 8 x 115 (Fenton), ;£;22 is. 
Creswicl<, T., R.A., " Near Conway, North Wales," 3J X 8^ (Last), £y ys. 
Emms, J., 1882, "Two Horses and a Collie Dog," 28 X 39 (Fenton), £7 17s. 6d. 
Emms, J., " .\ Greyhound," :i5 x i5j (Fenton), £y 17s. 6d. 
French School, "The Pet Dove," 9X7 (Leger), £1 lis. 6d. 
Frith, W. P., R.A., 1856, " Kate Nickleby at Madame Mantalini's," 21J x 17^, 

Royal Academy, 1857 (Fenton), ;£'i6 i6s. 
Foster, Birket, " Landscape," iij X 171 (Last), ;£^2i. 
Goodall, F., R.A., " On the Nile," 13J X 8i (Fenton). -^24 3s. 
riering, G. E., " The Church of Madonna del Sasso, Locarno," 4ii x 72 

(Sampson), ;£,io los. 
Ludovici, A., " Industry," 434 X 34 (Fenton), £:\ 4s. 
Mann, J. H. S., " Head of a Girl," gi x 7i (Shepherd), £3 13s. 6d. 
Mann, J. H. S., " Head of a Girl," 9J x 7J (Fentcn), £2 2s. 
Nicol, J. Watson, 1881, "The Last Worm," 23 x i7i (Fenton), ;t44 ^s. 
Park, H., 1856, " Three Cows at a Stream," 15 X igi (Fenton), £8 i8s. 6d. 
Shayers, W., sen., " Fisherfolk on the Seashore," 27 x 3Si (Sampson), ;£:23 2s. 
Vickers, A., 1854, " Evening on the Burry River, South Wales," 8i x 13^ 

(Kerrison), ;^ii os. 6d. 

OLD PICTURES. 
" A Roman Soldier, receiving a cinerary urn from a Vestal," 19J x 25 

(Fenton), £46 4s. 
Aelst, W. Van, " Fruit and Still Life," 30 X 22J (Tulpinch), ;6'3'- 
Aelst, W. Van, " Dead Partridge and Implements of Hawking," aSi X 33, 

Guildhall, 1903 (Schroeder), ;^i8 i8s. 
Backhuysen, L., " .\ Naval Engagement," 42 X 77 (Fenton), £16 16s. 
Backhuysen, L., " Coast Scene," aoj x 26i (Mallmann), ;^i6 i6s. 
Beyeren, A. Van, " Fish, Vegetables and Still Life," 40 x 50 (St. Hens^), 

£21 los. 
Brekelenkam, Q., " A Fish Stall," 17! x 14, Burlington House, 1892 (St. 

Hens6), £$2 10s. 
Camphuysen, G., " A Peasant, Poultry and Ducks," 50 x s8J (Moir), £^0 8s. 
Cuyp, A., " Portrait of a Youth," 27 x 23 (Rutley), ;£^26 ss. 
Dutch School, " Portrait of Sir Dudley Carleton, Ambassador in Holland," 

38 X 27i (Gooden & Fox), £i\^ as. 
Early English, " Portrait of a General on Horseback," 39 x 3oi (Fenton), £s SS. 
French School, " Portrait of a Lady," 21 x 16 (.Salamon), ;£'22 is. 
Gascar, H., " Portrait of a Lady," 37 x 50 (Fenton), ;^i9 19s. 
Guardi, F., " Santa Maria della Salute, Venice," 11 x 165 (Lewis & Simmons), 

£s6 14s. 
Heist, B. Van der, " Portrait of a Lady," 29 x 24 (Ledger), £73 10s. 
Heist, B. Van der, " Portrait of a Young Lady," on panel, 25^ x ao (Amor), 

£3i «3«- 



30 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Hogarth, W., " Portrait of Mrs. Garrick," 24 x 20, from the collection of 

the Earl of Lonsdale, 1887 (Fenton), ;£i3i ss. 
Janssens, C, " Portrait of a Lady," 23^ X 21 (Mallmann), ;^3q i8s 
Kalf, W., " The Interior of a Kitchen," iSJ x 21I (Howard), £■; 17s. 6d. 
Keyser, T. De, " Portrait of a Lady," 19 X iSs (Speco), £6 6s. 
Keyser, T. De, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 20 x 16J (Christie), ;£^ii os. 6d. 
Kneller, " Portrait of a Lady," 27 x 23 (Glover), £2 2S. 
Lely, Sir P., " Portrait of James IL," 48J x 39 (Gooden & Fox), £2,^ i6s. 
Maes, N., "A Young Child," 14^ X nj, from the collection of J. Strutt, Esq., 

1889 (Salamon), ^89 53. 
Mierevelt, M. J., " Portrait of a Gentleman," 31 X 26 (Amor), ^8 i8s. 6d. 
Mieris, F. Van, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 7x6 (Pullen), £y:i los. 
Mieris, F. Van, " A Man in Brown Dress," 6i x 5 (Parsons), £"5 SS. 
Netscher, G., 1665, " Portrait of a Lady," 193 x 16 (Green), £c,2 los. 
Oost, J. Van, " The Adoration of the Magi," 33^ X 44I (Moir), £2t, 2S. 
Opie, J., R.A., "The Death of James L of Scotland," i8i x 24, Royal 

Academy, 1786; Burlington House, 1875; from the collection of J. H. 

Anderdon, Esq., 1879 (Hutchinson), ;^2i. 
Poussin, G., " Hilly River Scene," 39 x 53, from the collection of J. Bell, Esq., 

1881 (Cohen), £"39 i8s. 
Ravesteyn, J. A. Van, " Portrait of a Lady," in rich black and gold dress, 

with large white ruff, lace cap and cuffs, holding a fan in her right hand, 

on panel, 47 x 345 (Buttery), ^472 los. 
Roestraten, P., " Musical Instruments and Still Life," 34i x 37 (Salamon), 

£12 I2S. 

Ruysch, R., " Flowers in a Vase," 30 x 25 (Garland), j^z'- 

Ruysdael, J., " A Rocky River Scene," 19 x 25 (Lesser), ;^i68. 

Schiavone, " Nessus Carrying off Deianeira," on copper, 8| x 55 (H. Harris), 

£5 iss- 6d. 
Snyders, F., " The Interior of a Larder," 69 x 54, Guildhall, 1906 (Hallegn), 

£so 8s. 
Snyders, F., " A Basket of Fruit and Still Life," 33 x 43 (Tulpinch), p£^S4 12s. 
Snyders, " Dead Game and Still Life," 33 x 49 (Fenton), £-2.i. 
Stry, J. Van, " Group of Cattle," 42i x SoJ (Moore), £\2 12s. 
Velde, Van de, " Coast Scene," 8i x 13 (Rutley), ;£;'io los. 
Victors, Jan, " The Village Surgeon," 29 x 38^ (Tulpinch), £i^. 
Weenix, J. B., " Dog and Pheasants in the Gardens of a Palace," 51 x 50 

(F. E. Smith), £io los. 
Weenix, J. b., " A Boy, Dog, Goose and Pigeons, in a garden," 49 x 39 

(Moir), ;^32 IIS. 
Witte, E. de, "The Interior of a Church," 17 x 16 (Howard), ;£^2i. 

The following were sold by order of the executors of the 
Rev. G. D. Newbolt, deceased, late of Nice, France : — 

PICTURES. 
Asch, P. J. Van, " River Scene," 174 x 23 (Parsons), £2 2s. 
Berchem, N., " Travelling Peasants Crossing a Ford," 51 x 49 (Last), ;^ii us. 
Dutch School, " Portrait of Erasmus," 5f x 4J (Lambert), £j^ iss. 
German School, " Portrait of Albert of Brandenburg," from the Magniac 

Collection, 1892, 2of x 16 (Lewis x Simmons), £^^ 2s. 
German School, " Portrait of Albert Diirer," from the Magniac Collection, 

1892, 23 X i6| (Last), £i<)^ los. 



Decembei" 21, 1907. 3* 



Hogarth, " Portrait of a Lady," 30 X 25 (Hole), /£8 8s. 

Hondecoeter, " Domestic Poultry," 38 x 29 (Moir), ^£^46 4s. 

Italian School, " Head of Saint John," 13 X loj (Mallmann), j^n lis. 

DIFFERENT PROPERTIES.— DRAWINGS. 
" Fox-Hunting," a set of four, 13 x 17 (Hailsham), £6 6s. 
Aiken, H., " Hunting Subjects," a set of four, 8 X loj (Roe), £^29 8s. 
Dyck, Van (after), " Charles I. in Armour," pastel, 30 X 25 (Smith), £2 2S. 
Bonington, " Figures before a Tomb " and " A Sportsman " (.Abrahams), 

£iS i8s. 

PICTURES. 
Chardin, " A Pierrot in Prison," 45 x 335 (Hughon), ;^44 2S. 
Danloux, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 22^ x 18^ (Hughon), £2. 
Morland, " Horses and Sheep by a Shed," 2O5 X 25J (CoUings), £6 16s. 6d. 
Norwich School, " A Woody River Scene," 19 X 24 (Taylor), £g 9s. 
Dutch School, " Dead Birds," 46 x 37 (Parsons), £6 6s. 
Hudson, T., " Portrait of a Lady," 60 x 45 (Gooden & Fox), ;£?35 14s. 
Livesay, R., 1821, " A Park Scene," 24 X 29 (Weil), los. bd. 
Bardwell, T., 1754 " Portrait of a Gentleman," unframed, 30 x 25 (Weill), 

los. 6d. 
Crome, " River Scene," 35 x 475 (Bates), £g 9s. 
Morland, " Winter Landscape," igj x 30 (Boyle), ;^8 8s. 
Gainsborough, T., R.A. (after), " Musidora," by E. Wehrschmidt, 72 x 60 

(Harries), £2 2S. 
Dutch School, " A Village Scene," 2oi x 23 (Mawson), £8 8s. 
French School, " Portrait of Catherine Franijoise Baudouin," 31 X 244- 

(Gore), ;^5 5s. 
Dolci, " The Madonna," 22 x 155 (Gooden & Fox), ^£^3 3s. 
Guercino, " Saint Catherine," 11 x 73 (Rutley), £y 7s. 
Werfl, A. Van der, " Music," i6i X 12^ (Tulpinch), ;^I2 12s. 
Poussin, " Classical River Scene," 18 X 27 (Holmes), £6 6s. 
Gainsborough, " Watering Horses," 31 x 253 (Hodgkins), £6 6s. 
Snyders, " Heads of Deer " and " .\ Town on a River " (St. Hens6), £2 los. 
Cuylenberg, " A Cavern, with figures bathing," 16 x 21 (Dunn), £6 6s. 
Unknown, " A View near the Coast," 27 x 35 (Lambert), £2 2S. 
Stubbs, " A Horse in a Landscape," 17^ x 23^ (Gill), £2 I2S. 6d. 
Early English, " Portrait of a Lady," 30 X 25 (Leger), £2 13s. 6d. 
Early English, " George, Prince of Wales," 30 X 25 (Moore), £;j 3s. 
Early English," " Portrait of a Lady," 15 x ii (Parsons), £y 7s. 
Cole, G., 1843, " A Challenge," 145 x 20 (Morton), £<i 4s. 
Opie, " Head of a Gentleman," 20j x 165 (Moir), £^ 3s. 

Early English, " Portrait of a Lady," unframed, 30 x 25 (Mott), £2 13s. 6d. 
Shayer, " Buying Fish " and " A View of Venice," a drawing (Huggins), 

£3 13s. 6d. 
Marieschi, " Views in Venice," a pair, 14^ x 20 (Rose), £^ 4s. 
Boucher, " Pastoral Figures," a pair, 19J x 25 (Gill), £2 3s. 
Hudson, " Portrait of a Girl," 50 x 40 (Berry), £^ 5s. 
Early English, " Portrait of a Lady," 23 x 19 (Leger), £2 los. 
Sarto, Del, " The Holy Family, with Saint John," 45! X 3Si (Theobald), 

Hughtenburg, " Soldiers near a Fortress," 34 X 41 (Streletskic), ;^i4 14s. 6d. 
Norwich School, " River Scene," 10 X i2i (Bates), £^ 14s. 6d. 



32 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Norwich School, " A Common Scene, with Windmill," loj x 13 (White), 

£3 13s. 6d. 
Kneller, " The Old Pretender," iij x 9 (Parry), £6 6s. 
Hamilton, " Hubert and Arthur," 29 x 24J (Rfigh), ;£,'i 8s. 
Hobbema, " Woody Landscape," ii^ x isi (Taylor), ;^9 19s. 6d. 
Lingelbach, " The Armourer's Shop," 26i X 34 (Laceyl, ;£;"io los. 
Klerck, " John the Baptist Preaching," on copper, g x I2i (Bell), £g gs. 
Wolstenholme, " Woodcock-Shooting," 8J x gj (Gooden & Fox), £2 15s. 



January i8, 1908. 33 



January 18. Ancient and modern pictures and drawings, 
the property of Mr. Thomas Maclean, 7, Haymarket, S.W., 
sold owing to his retirement from business : — 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

DRAWING. 
Frost, W. E., R.A., " The Bather," :2 x 9^ (Lister), £.5 155. 

PICTURES. 
Adams, Douglas, " A Streamlet," 29 x 19 (Wainwright), £6 6s. 
Adams, H. W., 1906, " The Severn above Worcester," 244 x 29 (Sampson), 

;6- 2S. 
Altson, Abbey, " The Brunette," 23J x 195 (Barnes), ;£r26 5s. 
Blinks, T., 1882, " The Death of the Fox," 325 x 24i (Sampson), ;^5 5s. 
Blinks, T., " Partridges," 28 x 18 (Lefevre), £2$ 7s. 

Blinks, T., " Grouse " and " Wild Duck," a pair, 18 x 28J (Fores), £^6 15s. 
Bonington, R. P., " The High Way," 135 x 17s (Coke), £:iS 14s- 
Bonington, R. P., " An Italian Bay Scene," 6x9 (Leger), £y 17s. 6d. 
Bonington, R. P., " Figures on a Terrace," 14 X lOj (W. Permain), ^'12 12s. 
Boughton, G. H., R.A., " Meditation," 155 x 12 (Sampson), /J5 5s. 
Calderon, C, " Venice," 14 x 21 (Wainwright), ;^8 8s. 
Callcott, Sir A. W., R.A., " Landscape," 30 X 24I (Sampson), £^9 9s. 
Callcott, Sir A. W., R.A., " Lowering Sail," on panel, 17 x 25 (Wainwright), 

£7 17s. 6d. 
Clausen, G., A.R.A., 1886, " In the Orchard," 29J x 20 (Shepherd), £^. 
Collins, W., R.A., " Landscape," 30 x 24I (W. Permain), £13 13s. 
Collins, W., R.A., "The Haunt of the Sea-Fowl," on panel, 18 x 25 (Wallis), 

£^65 2S. 

Constable, J., R.A., " Helmingham Dell, Suffolk," 28 x 36^ (Bone), ;^i57 los. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., " A Peaceful Afternoon," gj x 155 (Clarke), ;^I5 15s. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1895, " Sheep in a Landscape," on panel, 4X5$ (Cooling), 

£6 6s. 
Cotman, J. 3., 1826, " St. Andrews," 34I x 59 (Scott), ;£^23 2s. 
Cotman, J. S., " A Village near a River," 12 x 17J (Solomon), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Cox, D., " Crossing the Stream," loj X 141 (Sampson), ;^29 8s. 
Dawson, H., 1863, " Sunset," 39 x 60 (Lister), £ig 19s. 
Pearl, P., igo6, " Portraits of ' Sceptre ' and Foal," 27 x 35 (Wainwright), 

;£:6 6s. 
Farquharson, J., A.R.A., 1902, " On the Prowl," 17J X 26I (Mitchell), ;^23 2S. 
Fielding, C, 1826, " Kilchurn Castle," iij x 17! (Agnew), £^^ 12s. 
Godward, J. W., " An Egyptian Slave," 365, circle (Sampsonl, £2- "S. 
Godward, J. W., " Thoughts Far Away," 20 X 8| (Sampson), £g 9s. 
Godward, J. W., 1898, " Ethel," 19 x 165 (Sampson), £6 6s. 
Godward, J. W., 1905, " A Pompeian Beauty," • n panel, 7J x 4J (Sampson), 

£9 9S- 
Godward, J. W., 1905, " Reverie," on panel, io| x 5J (Sampson), £g 9s. 
Godward, J. W., " After the Bath," on panel, 6i x iiJ (Sampson), £1^ 15s. 
Goodwin, A., 1897, " Whitby," 35J x S55 (Sampson), £:-yi los. 
Herring, J. F., sen., " Horses and Poultry," 23 x i<i (Mullen), ^^23 2s. 
Holland, J., " On the Balcony, Venice," 20J x i3i (Howard), £^14 3s. 6d. 

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34 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Hurt, L. B., 1902, " A Passing Shower : Glen Coe," 50 x 40 (Sampson), ;£J86 2s. 
Hurt, L. B., " Cattle in the Highlands," 235 X 36 (Sampsoni, ^35 :4s. 
Lavery, J., R.S.A., " Mary in Black," 13 X 9J (Wallis), £54 12s. 
Leader, B. W., R.A., " The Pass of Llanberis," 23 x 35 (Misell), £yi 8s. 
Leader, B. W., R.A., 1900, " Mount Edgecumbe," 17^ x 29J (Lister), £^6 4s. 
Lewis, J. F., R.A., 1856, "The Pipe-Bearer," 16^ X iif (Mitchell), £S i8s. 6d. 
Lloyd, Tom, " Feeding the Swans," 15^ x 32 (Blackall), £g 9s. 
Lucas, J. Seymour, R.A., 1905, " The Music-Lesson." 12^ x 155 (Sampson), 

£h 3S- 
Macwhirter, J., R.A., " Scotch Firs, Rothiemurchus," 60 x 42 (Sampson), 

£71 8s. 
Miiller, W., " Winter Landscape," 16 X 23J (T. Permain), £2g 8s. 
Miiller, W., " A Rocky Stream," 19 X 28J (Sidney), £42. 
Orchardson, W. Q., R.A., 1872, " A Reverie," 29 x 38 (Sampson), ;^84. 
Peppercorn, A. D., " Porchester Castle," 65 X 175 (Shepherd), £ii 4s. 
Peppercorn, A. D., " Exmouth " and " Porchester Castle," a pair, 6^ x i7i 

(Shepherd), £g 19s. 6d. 
Shayer, W., sen., " The Mid-day Meal," 39 X 32 (Lister), ;£;2i. 
Walbourn, E., " The Church Pool, Bettws-y-Coed " and " Harvest Time, in the 

Llugwy Valley," a pair, 23^ x 36 (Lister), £S 8s. 
Watson, W., 1907, " Glen Lean, Argyllshire," 31J x 48 (Clarke), ;^98 14s. 
Watson, W. R. C, 1907, " Morning : Dartmoor," and " A Moorland Stream, 

Devon," a pair, 135 X 17J (Cridlan), ;£J27 6s. 
Wint, P. de, " A River Scene," with a rustic bridge, 12 x 18 (Wainwright), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOL. 

DRAWINGS. 
Helleu, P., " The Blonde," pastel, 19 x :s (Whitehead), ;^i6 l6s. 
L'Hermitte, L., 1883, " A Market-Woman," charcoal, 17J x iif (Sampson), 

£i^ 14s. 
L'Hermitte, L., " Age," charcoal, 103 x 18 (Sampson), £y ys. 
L'Hermitte, L., " The Cornfield," pastel, gj x 12J (Sampson), £8ii. 

PICTURES. 
Ballavoine, J., " The Blonde," 17J x 14J (Scott), £g gs. 
Bergamini, F., " A Stolen Treat," 16 X 115 (D. M. Davis), j^8 i8s. 6d. 
Billet, P., " Avant la P6che," 43 x 66 (Sampson), ;£^iis los. 
Blanchard, P., " Reflections," 28J x 21 (D. M. Davis), £7 17s. 6d. 
Bock, Th. de, " A Moonlit Landscape," 12 x 16 (Wainwright), £S i8s. 6d. 
Bonheur, Rosa, " A Stag," 9 X 12 (J. Davis), £2^ 4s. 
Bosboom, J., " Rouen," 34 x 40 (Collings), ;^IS 15s. 
Brunery, F., " The Scandal," 235 x 19 (Lister), ;£^2i. 
Chateignon, E., " Retour du Lavoir," 17I x 12J (S. Hill), ;£'io los. 
Chevilliard, V., " Rats," gj X 6 (Schroeder), ;^I4 14s. 
Clays, P. J., " Dutch Fishing-Boats," iij x 17 (Barbour), ;^io los. 
Corot, J. B. C, " On the Banks of the Seine," i2j x :8 (Sampson), £y;^ los. 
Corot, J. B. C, " Through the Wood : Evening," 14^ x 17^, from the collec- 
tion of R. T. Hamilton Bruce, Esq., 1903 (Davidson), ;£'262 los. 
Corot, J. B. C, Italian Landscape," loj X 16 (Obach), ;^3i los. 
Coulaud, M., " Returning from Pasture," 24 x 39 (Solomon), £1^ 15s. 
Coulaud, M., " Watering the Flock," 15^ x 25 (Lister), £n 14s. 
Daubigny, C, 1874, " The Outskirts of the Village," 8J x 15! (S. Hill), £1$ 15s 



January i8, 1908. 35 



Domingo, F., "A Picnic," 5J x 8^ (Sampson), ;^s 55. 

Diaz, N., "A Nymph," 8x5 (Sampson), j£,'ii os. 5d. 

Ede, Frederic, " The Mill-Stream," 19 x 25 (D. M. Davis), £6 6s. 

Flameng, F., " The Golden Horn, Constantinople," 11 x 15 (Lister), £,"50 8s. 

Gorter, A. M., " Dutch River Scene," 28 x 2o| (VVallis), £2^ 4s. 

Guillon, E., "A Peasant Girl," 17J x 14^ (Wainwright), £6 i6s. 6d. 

Haanen, C. Van, " Off to the Ball," 203 X 145 (Lindlar), ;^12 12s 

Harlamoff, A., " Prepared for Confirmation," 19 x 145 (Permain), £1^ 14s. 

Harlamoiif, A., " Head of an Italian Girl," i7j X 13 (Sampson), ;£^i3 2s. 6d. 

Harpignies, H., " Over the Hills," 93 x 12J (Sampson), ;£'2i. 

Hoog, Bernard de, " A Frugal Meal," 58 x 78 (Sampson), £.^6 14s. 

Isabey, E., " Near Honfleur," i8j x 25 (Lindlar), £1$ 15s. 

Isabey, E., " A Fishing Village," 133 X 195 (Lindlar), £y 7s. 

Israels, J., " Une Chiffoniere," 2I5 x 15 (Obach), ;£,"33 12s. 

Israels, J., " Meditation," 12 x 83 (Lefevre), ;^86 12s. 

Israels, J., " The Widower," 53 x S3. 

Kavel, Martin, " Roses," 25 x 193 (Mullen), ;^I2 12s. 

Koekkoek, H., " Saved from the Wreck," 14 x 22J (Cridlan), ;^I2 12s. 

Lepine, L., " A Coast Scene," 123 x 20 (Vokins), £y 7s. 

Malempr^, L., 1897, " A Blonde," 193 x 153 (Scott), ;^2 12s. 6d. 

Martens, W., " Peeling Potatoes," 22J x 26 (Wallis), ;^22 is. 

Mastenbroek, J. H., 1897, " Tegen het vallen der .'ivond," 24 x 38J (Sampson), 

;£,22 IS. 

Mastenbroek, J. H., " Prins Hendriks Kade " and " Gore Pareerde," a pair, 

9a X i6j (Bois), ;{^2i. 
Merlor, E., " A Landscape," 20J x 28 (Mitchell), ;^i3 2s. 6d. 
Neuville, B., " A Surprise," 14J x 173 (Mullen), ;^5 5s. 
Pellazes, J., " Gathering Flowers," 10 x 63 (Sampson), £1 is. 
Roelofs, A., " Contemplation," 223 x 125 (T. Permain), ;£^io ids. 
Roelofs, A., " Meditation," 183 x 17 (Sampson), £8 8s. 
Rousseau, Th., " Landscape," 12 x ig (Sampson), ;£J'io ids. 
Schreiber, C, " The Cardinal," 14 X lyl (Sampson), £$ 5s. 
Seignac, C, " The Artist's Model," 17^ x 145 (Collings), £2 'S^- 6d. 
Tissot, J. J., 1877, " Portrait of a Lady," a sketch, 35^ x 26J (Hardy), 

£3 13s. 6d. 
Tofano, E., " In the Orchard," on panel, 12 x 153 (Mullen), £^ 4s. 
Torres, A., " Head of an Eastern Dancer," 17J x i4i (Scott), £3 3s. 
Troyon, C, " The Bridge over the Dyke," 225 x 28 (Sampson), £^-/ 15s. 
Troyon, C, A Bull," 15I x iij (Whale), £■} 3s 
Troyon, C, "Sporting-Dogs," 7J x 11 (Hill), £2 2S. 
Vastagh, G^za, i88g, " Lions and Cubs,* 31 x 53 (Sampson), £1$ 15s. 
Vastagh, G^za, " The King Drinks," 31 x 51 (Sampson), ^19 19s. 
Weber, A., " Most Amusing," 13J x loj (Mullen), ;^i8 i8s. 
Weiland, J., " The Day's Takings," 39 x 31 (Connell), ;^44 2s. 
Weiss, J., " The Bank of the River," 15^ x 23^ (Wallis), £2^ 3s. 
Zeim, F., " The Ferry-Boat," 8J x 15 (Newton), ;£^i2 12s. 

EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

PICTURES. 
Cotes, F., R.A., " Portrait of a Lady," 22 x 17}, pastel (Cotes), £g gs. 
Harlow, G. H., " Portrait of M'ss Ann Harlow," 23 x 16, pastel (T. Permain), 
£9 95- 

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36 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Crome, J., " A River through a Forest," 3ii X 20 (Sampson), £2^ 2S. 

Crome, J., " Yarmouth Beach," 17! x 23i (Misell), £y ys. 

Crome, J., " A View on the Yare," 23 x 26i (Misell), £28 7s. 

Gainsborough, T., R.A., " A Cart and Figures on a Road," 14 x iii 
(Callard), £s 5s- 

Howard, H., R.A., " A Child with a Shell," iij x 10 (Rogers), £2 2s. 

Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Portrait of Lady Hill," 32 x 23 (Gooden & Fox), 
£120 153. 

Morland, G., 1792, " Feeding the Sheep : Winter," 19I x 25i (CoUings), ;^22 is. 

Morland, G., "Sheep in a Landscape," 11 X 14 (T. Permain), £2^ 2S. 

Morland, G., " Landscape," 6x7 (Canon Waugh), ;^io los. 

Nasmyth, P., " Westminster Abbey," 10 X 13J (Gooden and Fox), £y! 14s. 

Northcote, J., R.A., "The Spell" and The Engraving, by J. Walker, 47 x 39 
(T. Permain), ;£^ii iis. 

Ramsay, A., " Portrait of a Lady," 19 X 12J (Maitland), £10 los. 

Dyck, Van, " The Children of Charles I.," unframed, 60 x 66 (Cohen), £y 7s. 

Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Portrait of Lady Ann Campbell, Countess of Straf- 
ford," and the engraving, by T. Johnson, painted in 17S9, 29 X 24, engraved 
by McArdell (T. Permain), ;^372 iss. 

Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " The Shepherd," 35 x 27 (Leger), £i^ 14s. 

Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " A Mother and Child," 20 X 15 (Cohen), ;£,"ii lis. 

Russell, J., R.A., " A Young Girl," 32J x 26J (Morgan), ;^I3 13s. 

Stark, J., " A Woody River Scene," on panel, loi x 14 (Coke), £7 7s. 

Vincent, G., " Landscape," with cattle, 13I x i7i (Coke), £:i 13s. 6d. 

OLD MASTERS. 

PICTURES. 
French School, " Portrait of Madame de Chambourg," pastel, 23^ x 19J 

(Permain), £15 4s. 6d. 
Backhuyzen, L., " Coast Scene," 14 x 18 (Hollender & Koekkoek), ;^8 18s. 6d. 
Beyeren, A. Van, " Fish on a Table," 38 x 49 (Cohen), £1=, :ss. 
Brekelenkam, Q., " An Interior," i6| x 14J (W. Permain), £& 8s. 
Bronzino, " David and Goliath," on copper, 12 x 9J (Wagner), £1 us. 6d. 
Bruges School, " The Madonna," 151 x 11 (Huggins), ;£'i68. 
Canaletto, A., " View in Venice," i6j x 13 (Wainwright), ^£^13 13s. 
Cuyp, " A River Scene," 30 x Sij (Hollender & Koekkoek), ;^i89. 
Domsen, " Fish and Lobster on a Slab," 35 x 60 (Streletskic), £^ 4s. 6d. 
Dutch School, " The Antiquary " and " Head of a Cavalier " (Barbour), 

;6-i8 7s. 6d. 
French School, " Le Dejeuner," 11x9 (Col. Moore), £g 9s. 
Guardi, F., " A Carnival, Venice," 31 x 445 (Mitchell), ;^63. 
Guardi, F., "An Archway," 8 x iij (Whale), £2 2s. 

Hals, Dirk, " A Lady and Gentleman at a Repast," 17 x 9J (Barnes), £S 8s. 
Janssens, C, " A Portrait of a Lady," 43J x 38J (Smith), £^ 4s. 
Lancret, " A Harlequin and Pierrot," 35 x 28 (Megret), £y 17s. 6d. 
Laar, P. Van, " A Hunting Party in the Forest," 39 x 58 (Parry), £8 18s. 6d. 
Raoux, J., "Children with a Birdcage," 15 x iij (Cohen), ;^5 5s. 
Teniers, " A Cavalry Engagement," i8\ x 24^ (Cohen), ^£^11 ns. 
Teniers, " Interior of an Inn," 14 x 19 (Hollender & Koekkoek), £^ gs. 
Wouverman, P., " The Sacking of a Town," 22 x 33 (T. Permain), ;^33 12s. 



January 2i, 1908. yj 



January 21. The stock of modern etchings and en- 
gravings of Mr. Thomas Maclean, of 7, Haymarket, S.W., 
sold owing to his retirement from business: — 

" Madonna di San Sisto," after Raphael, by F. MuUer, proof before any 

letters (Obach), £6 i6s. 6d. 
" Salisbury Cathedral," after Constable, by D. Lucas, engraver's proof (Coke), 

£^S 4s. 
" The Lock," after ditto, by ditto iCoke\ ;^I3 13s. 
" Salisbury Cathedral," after ditto, by ditto, and " The Horse Fair," after Rosa 

Bonheur, by T. Landseer, artist's proof (Tucker), ;^I3 13s. 
" The Vernon Family," after Romney, by J. 13. Pratt, artist's proof (Coke), 

" Miss Pollok," after Hoppner, and " Miss Ross," after Raeburn, by J. B. 

Pratt, artist's proofs (Fores), ;^'3. 
" Mrs. Banks " and " Lady Poulett," after Romney, by W. Henderson, artist's 

proofs (Vicars), £2 los. 
" Le Baiser Envoy^," after Greuze, and " Psyche " (Mrs. Paget), after 

Hoppner, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proofs (Barbour), £2 2s. 
" Mrs. Grove " and " Mrs. Carmichael Smyth," after Romney, by Scott Bridg- 
water, artist's proofs (.'Vgnew), £2 los. 
" H.M. the King," after Sir L. Fildes, by J. B. Pratt, artsit's proof (Agnew), 

£1 lOS. 
" Mrs. Groves," after Romney, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proofs (2) 

(Agnew), £2 2S. 
The Same, artist's proofs (3) (Tucker), £2 13s. 6d. 
" H.M. the King," after Sir Luke Fildes, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proofs (4) 

(Agnew), ;^8 8s. 
A Similar Lot, artist's proofs (4) (Agnew), £Z 8s. 
" Phyllis," after Sir L. Fildes, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proofs (2) 

(Deighton), £^ 4s. 
"The Haywain," after Constable, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof (Hill), £2. 
" Morning," after Peter Graham, by J. B. Pratt, and " Down to the Ferry," 

after J. Farquharson, by H. Sedcole, artists' proofs (Gooden & Fox), £$ 55. 
" On the Dunes," after P. Graham, R..^., artist's proof (.'^gnew), £2. 
" A Grass-crowned Headland " and " On the Dunes," after ditto, artist's 

proofs (Fores), £^ 13s. 6d. 
" The Rising Tide " and " The Grass-crowned Headland," after P. Graham, 

R.A., artist's proofs (Fores), £2 12s. 6d. 
The Same Subjects, ditto (Tucker), £2 12s. 6d. 

" On the Downs," after Peter Graham, artist's proofs (Sampson), ;£,6. 
" The Rising Tide," after ditto (2), and " Grass-crowned Headland," after 

ditto (2), artist's proofs (Sampson), £^. 
" Racing Series," after J. F. Herring, by J. Harris and W. Summers, set of 

four, printed in colours (Rimell), £:\ 43. 
" The Rokeby Velasquez," printed in colours (4) (Agnew), £^ 5s. 
"The Duchess of Bedford," after Van Dyck, by J. H. Robinson, "Princess 
Charlotte," after C. Jones, by Agar, " Miss Fanny Ayton," after Westall, by 

J. H. Phillips, " Mrs. Lister," after Sir E. Landseer, by J. H. Robinson, 

proof, " Portrait of Knight," after J. Knight, by H. Dawe, and another 
(Maggs), £2 3S. 



38 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

" The Strawberry-Girl," after Sir J. Reynolds, by T. Watson (Eyre), 14s. 

" Madonna and Child with Saint John," after Raphael, by R. Morghen, proof 

before letters, and " Madonna della Sedia," after ditto, by R. Morghen 

(Permain), 5s. 
" Hagar and Ishmael," after Corregio, " The Temptation," and five others 

(Dickinson), 14s. 
" Mrs. Beaufoy " and " Mrs. Graham," after Gainsborough, artist's proofs, 

and another (Hill), ^.i. 
" Nemi " and " Oberwesel," after Turner, by Willmore, engraver's proofs 

(Agnew), £1 155. 
" Cologne," after ditto, by E. Goodall, touched proof, and " The Old Tem^raire," 

proof, after the same (Ward), j£,2 2s. 
Hastings," after Turner, by R. Wallis, proof before letters, " Crossing the 

Brook," after J. M. W. Turner, by A. Brandard, etchings (Hill), los. 
" Dido and iCneas," after ditto, by W. R. Smith, etchings, " Mercury and 

Argus," after ditto, by J. T. Willmore, etchings, " Mercury and Herse," 

after ditto, by J. Cousen, etchings, " St. Mark's, Venice," after ditto, by 

J. Hollis, etchings, " Tivoli," after ditto, by E. Goodall, etchings, and 

" Caligula's Bridge," after ditto, by ditto, etchings (Hill), £1. 
" Christ Healing the Sick," by G. T. Doo, and another, artist's proof (Permain), 

los. 6d. 
" Pas de Calais," after J. M. W. Turner, by W. Davison, proof before letters, 

and another, of the same, first state, " Towing in the T^m^raire," after ditto, 

an etching, after Rembrandt, and one other (Vicars) ;^3 15s. 
" The Vintage Festival," after E. Long, R.A., by Blanchard, artist's proof 

(Vicars), £1 is. 
" A Babylonian Marriage Market," after ditto, by Girardet, ditto (Hill), J2S. 

MODERN MEZZOTINTS. 
" Miss Selina Beresford," after Hoppner, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof (Agnew), 

£1 IS. 
The Same, ditto, and " Lady C. Campbell," after Hoppner, by R. Smythe, 

ditto (Agnew), £2 2s. 
" Mrs. Trotter," of Push, after Romney, by Scott Bridgwater, ditto (Agnew), 

£3 3s- 

" Lady Arabella Ward," after Romney, and " Mrs. Elliot," after Gainsborough 
both by Scott Bridgwater, ditto (Agnew), £2 2S. 

" Mrs. Grove," after Romney, by Scott Bridgwater, and " Lady Poulett," by W. 
Henderson, ditto (Agnew), £2 ss. 

" Miss PoUok," after Hoppner, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof (Agnew), £1 los. 

" Lady Milner " and " Madame de Crespigny," after Romney, by W. Henderson, 
ditto (Colnaghi), £2 12s. 6d. 

" Mrs. Tickel " and " Lady Hamilton as ' The Spinster,' " after Romney, by 
Appleton and Greenhead, ditto, and " Mrs. Gregory," and " Mrs. Cuth- 
bert," after Raeburn, by Pratt, lettered proofs (Hill), ;^3 3s. 

" Mrs. Stewart," after Raeburn," by E. Stamp, and " Lady Townshend," by 
Greenhead, artist's proofs (Coke), £1 lis. 6d. 

" Miss Stanton," after Hoppner, by Greenhead, and " Mrs. Currie," after 
Romney, artists' proofs, " Lady Acland and Children," after Lawrence, by 
W. Hester, and " Mrs. Anderson," after Raeburn," by J. C. Webb, 
artists' proofs (Brail), £2 12s. 6d. 

"Countess of Derby" and "Countess of Carlisle," after Romney, by Green- 
head and Every, ditto (Brail), £1 is. 



January 21, 1908. 39 



The same subjects, ditto (Turner), i8s. 

" Lady Wallscourt " and " Countess Grosvenor," after Lawrence, by Appletoii 

and Greenhead, artists' proofs (Barbour), £,i. 
" Duchess of Newcastle," after ditto, by Appleton, and " Mrs. Farthing," by 

Greenhead, ditto (Coke), i8s. 
*' Emma Hart," after Hoppner, by F. Short, and " Mrs. MoncrieS," after 

Raeburn, by Henderson, artists' proofs (Vicars), ^2 ss. 
" Sylvia," after F. Dicksee, " Geraldine," after Opie, by Every, and two 

others, ditto (Hill), ^'i 10s. 
" Mrs. Scott Moncrieff," after Raeburn, by Henderson, artist's proof, and three 

others (Vicars), £,\ is. 
" Mrs. Newberry," after Romney, " Countess of Blessington," by C. Stock, and 

two others, all in colours (Coke), £\ 15s. 
" Mrs. Newberry," after Romney, and " La Coquette," after Peters, in 

colours (Hill), £\ ns. 6d. 
" Mrae. Le Brun," after herself, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof (Turner), 

i8s. 
" A Lady Ironing," after H. Morland, and " Lady C. Campbell, after Hoppner, 

by R. Smythe, ditto, " Le Baiser Envoye," after Greuze, and " Roxalana," 

after Reynolds, by Appleton, ditto (Parker), £.1. 
" Doves " and " A Dream of Love," after Greuze, by J. D. Miller and 

M. Cormack, ditto (Money), £,t^ los. 
" Zeyrah," after Greuze, by S. Cousins, R.A., selected proof (Vicars), ids. 
" Countess of Warwick," after Romney, by Scott Bridgwater, " Mrs. Anderson," 

after Raeburn, by J. C. Webb, artists' proofs, " Mrs. Grove," after Romney, 

by Scott Bridgwater, and " Lady Raglan," after Hoppner, by Pratt, artists' 

proofs (Barbour), £2 7s. 6d. 
'* Mrs. Grove " and " Mrs. Carmichael Smyth," after Romney, by Scott 

Bridgwater, ditto (Agnew), £)2 los. 
" Lady Poulett " and " Mme. de Crespigny," after Romney, by W. Henderson, 

ditto (Brail), £1 is. 
" Lady Poulett," ditto, and " Miranda," after Hoppner, lettered proof (Vicars), 

£>^- 
" Lady Hamilton as ' Contemplation,' " by Wehrschmidt, " Head of a Girl," 

after Greuze, by Hester, " Campaspe," after Godward, artists' proofs, " Lady 

Austin," after Romney, by Appleton, " Memories," after Lord Leighton, and 

another, ditto, " Bianca," after Lord Leighton, by Appleton, " Lady 

Sondes," by F. Atkinson, and " Mrs. Siddons," by N. Kenealy, ditto 

(Barbour), £2. 5s. 
" La Coquette," after Walton, and " Lady C. Clive," after Romney, by 

Wehrschmidt, ditto (Parker), £\ los. 
" Marchioness of Thomond," by E. L. Hayes, " Lady Carrington," by Wehr- 
schmidt, artists' proofs, and " Countess of Oxford," after Hoppner, by W. 

Henderson, artist's proof (Brail), £7,. 
" Lady Hamilton as ' A Bacchante,' " after Romney, by J. B. Pratt, ditto, 

The Same, after Reynolds, by Greenhead, and after Romney, by Wehr- 
schmidt, ditto (Hill), £2 2s. 
" Princesses Walking in the Park," by Every, and " The Duke and Duchess of 

Cumberland," by J. C. Webb, artists' proofs (Parker), £1 los. 
" Madame Le Brun," after himself, by Scott Bridgwater, and " Margaretta," 

after Lawrence, artists' proofs (Landeker), £\ 5s. 
" Sylvia," after Sir L. Fildes, by Miller, " Lady Hertford," by Greenhead, and 

another, ditto (Hill), ;^i IS. 



40 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

" Mrs. Jordans," after Romney, by Appleton, artist's proof, " Lady Cornwall," 

after Reynolds, ditto, and two others (Tucker), ^\ 15s. 
" Lady Raglan," after Lawrence, by J. B. Pratt, and " Lady Poulett," after 

G. Romney, by Will Henderson, artists' proofs (Coke), £,\ ss. 
" Countess Grosvenor," after Sir T. Lawrence, by Greenhead, and " Lady 
Hamilton as ' Mirth,' " after Romney, by J. B. Pratt, artists' proofs 
(Leigh), £\ los. 
" Head of Lady Hamilton," after G. Romney, by Scott Bridgwater, lettered 

proofs (Leggatt), ^^3. 
Countess Grosvenor," after Sir T. Lawrence, by H. T. Greenhead, artist's 

proof, and " Mrs. Michael Angelo Tayler," after Hoppner, by Scott Bridg- 
water, lettered proof (Vicars), £,■}). 
" Mrs. Abington as ' Roxalana,' " after Sir J. Reynolds, by T. G. Appleton, 

artist's proofs (Hill), £,2 2s. 
A Similar Lot (Brail), £2 2S. 
" John Bright," after Sir J. E. Millais, by T. O. Barlow, artist's proofs, 

signed, " The Duchess of Devonshire," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. J. Chant, 

artist's proof and print, and " Lady Warwick," by E. Stamp, artist's proof, 

and " Viscountess Townshend," after Sir J. Reynolds, by H. T. Greenhead, 

artists' proofs (Miller), jQi 10s. 
A Similar Lot, artist's proofs (Hill), £,\ 155. 
" Lady Poulett," after G. Romney, by W. Henderson, artists' proofs (Hill), 

£1 13s. 6d. 
A Similar Lot, artists' proofs (Tucker), £\ is. 
A Similar Lot, artists' proofs (Trollope), £1 los. 
A Similar Lot, artists' proofs (Duncan), ^'i 12s. 
" Queen Victoria," after L. Dickenson, by S. Cousins, proof signed by the 

engraver (Parker), 14s. 
" The Listening Girl " and " The Dead Bird," after Greuze, and " Lady 

Hamilton as ' Fidelity,' " by M. Cormack, artists' proofs (Tucker), £1 2s. 
" Letty " and " Faith," after Lord Leighton, by J. D. Miller, artists' proofs 

(Vokins), £1 ss. 
" Sylvia," after Dicksee, by ditto, and " Gabrielle," after H. Schmalz, by 

Scott Bridgwater, ditto, "The Question," after Maicus Stone, by N. Hirst, 

" Reverie," after Leighton, and " Ivy," after E. Bisson, ditto (Biall), 12s. 
" Roxalana," after Reynolds, and " Viscountess Townshend," by Greenhead, 

ditto (Miller), £\. 
" Miss Kemble," after Hoppner, by Appleton, " Gabrielle," after Schmalz, 

" Lady Hertford," by Greenhead, artists' proofs, and another (Hill), £1 is. 
" Stolen Kisses," after Briton Riviere, by J. B. Pratt, and " Rose Leaves and 

Lavender," after G. D. Leslie, by F. Stacpoole, artists' proofs (Hill), ;^i. 
" Adversity," after Sant, by H. T. Greenhead, " Prayer in Spain," after J. 

Philip, by T. O. Barlow, " Who Is It? " after Elsley, artists' proofs, " Roses 

Have Thorns," after Haynes W'illiams, and " Ordered to Front," after S. E. 

Waller, by M. Cormack, artists' proofs (Money), £\ 4s. 
" Dedham Vale " and " The Lock," after J. Constable, by J. B. Pratt and 

Leslie Haynes, artists' proofs (Hill), £2. 
" Chapeau de Brigand," after T. Uwins, R.A., by Will Henderson, artists' 

proofs (Hill), £\ is. 
" Strolling Players," by T. O. Barlow, artists' proofs, and " Trust," after C. 

Burton Barber, by F. Stacpoole, artists' proofs (Parker), £2. 



January 21, 1908. 41 



OTHER ENGRAVINGS AND PHOTOGRAVURES. 
' Room for Two," after Haynes Williams, remarque proof, " Congratulations," 

after Blair Leighton, artists' proofs, " The Queen's Birthday," " The 

Dancing Hour," " This Way," ditto, " The Foundling," after Blair 

Leighton," " The Symbol," after Dicksee, artists' proofs, and another 

(Mundy), £2 5s. 
' Summer Breezes," " Flowers of the Field," and " Wonders of the Shore," 

after Margetson, by J. C. Webb, and another, artists' proofs (Tucker), £2 5s. 
' Venetians," after Sir L. Fildes, " The Youth of Bacchus," after Bouguereau, 

and another, ditto, " Eucharis," and the " Light of the Harem," after Lord 

Leighton, remarque proofs, and " Whispers," after the same, artists' p«oofs, 

and " The Frigidarium," " The Dreamers," and " A Music Lesson," after 

ditto, ditto (Hill), £-i,. 
' Wedded," after Lord Leighton, by Every, " Lacrimas," and " Frigidarium," 

after the same, artists' proofs (Barber), £\ i6s. 
' Light of the Harem," after the same, " Adversity," after Sant, and another, 

ditto, and " The Story of the Briar Rose," after Burne-Jones, set of four 

artist's proofs (Landeker), £2 15s. 
' The Guards Cheer," after Herkomer, " The Yorkshire Regiment," and 

another, artist's proofs, and " A Bacchante," after Lord Leighton, " Make 

Haste ! " after Elsley, and " None to Love Me ! " after H. Schmalz, artist's 

proofs (Barbour), £1. 
' Where only Sea-birds Roam," after P. Graham, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof, 

" The Spate " and " The Head of the Loch," after ditto (Waugh), 

£2 i2s. 6d. 
' Pity of Love," after F. Miles, by R. Josey, " Parthenia," after Swinstead, 

by T. G. Appleton, and two others, artists' proofs (Barber), 8s. 
' First Taste of the Whip," after S. Carter, " A Little Freehold," after ditto, 

by T. L. Atkinson, and four others, artists' proofs (Fitch), i8s. 
' The Flood," by E. J. Hester, " Gipsy Drovers," by Kemp Welch, and two 

others, and " Deer Stalking," " The Slips," after Douglas Adams, " Wild 

Grouse Shooting," after K. MacKenzie, and " Partridges," after A. T. 

Thorburn, artists' proofs (Coulsell), £\ 155. 
' The Close of the Day " and " Blinding Drifts," after J. Farquharson, by H. 

Sedcole, and " Glen Dochart," after L. B. Hurt, artists' proofs (Lister), 

£^ Ss- 
' Beatrice," after W. Miller, by M. Cormack, " La Superba," after Perugini, 

and two others, artists' proofs, and " Charge of the Light Brigade " and 

companion, after R. Caton Woodville, remarque proofs, " Bobs and the 

Baby," after A. Drummond, and another, in colours (Hill), £2. 
Deer Life " (2), " On the Hillside," " Open Spring," and " Haven of Rest," 

after A. Thorburn, artists' proofs, and another (Fores), ;^3 5s. 
' The Putting Green," after J. C. Dollman, " A Difficult Bunker," after 

Douglas Adams, and " Our Village," after C. Read, artist's proofs (Fores), 

14s. 
Rosa Bonheur," after C. Fould, by J. B. Pratt, " The Holy Wain," after 

Constable, by ditto, and another, artists' proofs (Miller), £2 5s. 
Andromeda," after F. Goodall, by C. Tomkins, " Adversitv," after J. Sant, 

by H. T. Greenhead, and three others, artists' proofs, and " Deer 

Stalking," after Douglas Adams, " Letter Hunting,"' after ditto, " After 

the Drive," after ditto, " Bringing Home the Stag," after C. E. Johnson, 

by E. Gilbert, and two others, artists' proofs (Fores), £'i 2S. 



42 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

" Orpheus," " The Mount of Olives," by T. L. Atkinson, " The Crucifixion," 
after Goetze, artists' proofs, and three others, and " The Return " and 
" Welcome Footsteps," after Marcus Stone, " Summer," after Henrietta 
Rae, and two others (Landeker), £2. 

" Hampstead Heath," after Constable, by Norman Hirst; "End of a Tale," 
after Strutt, by Stanley Pratt, " Little Kittens," by Herbert Dicksee, and 
four others, artist's proofs (F. May), £,2. 15s. 

" Cymon and Iphigenia," after Lord Leighton, " The Sybil," after ditto, 
" Happy as the Day is Long," after Faed, by Simmonds, artist's proofs, 
and three others, and " La Gloria," by T. O. Barlow, " The " Derby Day," 
after W. P. Frith, " Christ in the Temple," by Blanchard, artists' proofs, 
and two others (Tucker), £.-2. los. 

" Once Bit, Twice Shy," after C. Burton Barber, " The Balance Sheet," after 
E. Nicol," by J. Dobie (a pair), artist's proofs, and five others (Fores), £2 2S. 

" First Aid to the Wounded," after A. Strutt, " Love's Stratagem," after 
Heywood Hardy," by J. B. Pratt, " Scottie and Khaki," by Stanley Pratt, 
and " Thistle," after T. Blinks, artist's proofs iHill), ^"i 5s. 

" Blinding Drifts," after J. Farquharson, by Sedcole, artist's proofs (Tucker), 

£7, 3S- 
" With the Blue and Buff," after Wardlow, by J. C. Webb, four sets (Tucker), 

£2 ISS- 
" Portrait of Lord ICitchener," after Angeli, " Pheasant Shooting," after 

Whymper, and three others, and " My First Partner," after C. Burton 

Barber, by F. Stacpoole, artist's proof (Tucker), £1 6s. 
'• Daniel's Answer to the King," after Briton Riviere, by J. B. Pratt, 

" Orpheus," by J. M. Swan, " The Comforter," after Byam Shaw, by W. 

Hester, and another (Smith), £1 is. 
" First Taste of the Whip," after S. Carter, " Steady," after Fred. Morgan, 

" The Sundial," after ditto, and five others, and " Wonders of the Sea 

Shore," after W. H. Margetson, by J. C. Webb, artist's proofs (Brail), £2. 
" Campaspe," after J. W. Godward, artist's proofs, and " A Bacchante," after 

Lord Leighton, artist's proofs (Landeker), ;^i 15s. 
" A Difficult Bunker," " The Kill," after Douglas Adams, artist's proofs, " The 

Drive," and " The Putting Green " (two pairs) (Permain), £\ ss. 
" Mrs. Maguire and Child," after D. A. Wehrschmidt, artist's proofs (Turner), 

£^- 

A Similar Lot (Barbour), £\ 5s. 

" The Frigidarium," after Lord Leighton, artist's proofs (Sampson), £\ los. 

" Comparisons," after ditto, artist's proofs (Sampson), £2 2S. 

" Cymon and Iphigenia," after Lord Leighton, and " Le Baiser Envoy^," after 

Greuze, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proofs, £\ los. 
" Diana and Calisto," after Henrietta Rae, artist's proofs (Sampson), £2 los. 
" The Queen's Birthday," after A. Drummond, artist's proofs (Sampson), £\ i6s. 
" The Ruling Passion," after S. E. Waller, artist's proofs (Sampson), £\ los. 
" Golfing and Coursing Subjects," after Douglas Adams, artist's proofs (Fores), 

;^l IS. 

" Coaching Subjects," after J. S. Wright, set of three proofs, and two others 

(Hill), £1 5s. 
" Fox-Hunting Series," after J. Sturgess, by W. Summers, set of four, 

printed in colours (Hill), £\ 155. 
" The Doncaster Grand Steeplechase," after J. Sturgess, by E. G. Hester, 

" The Liverpool Grand National Steeplechase," after ditto, by ditto, " A 

Short Cut to the Meet," after Heywood Hardy, and three others, printed in 

colours (Mundy), £\ los. 



January 21, igo8. 43 



" The Doctor," after Sir Luke Fildes, " La Belle Dame," after Frank 
Dicksee, and two others, printed in colours (Turner), £j los. 

" A Snug Retreat," after S. Carter, by T. L. Atkinson, " The Good Shepherd," 
" The Cabinet," after J. Phillip, by T. O. Barlow, and three others 
(Parker), los. 

" The Lion at Home," after Rosa Bonheur, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proofs 
(Sampson), £1 ids. 

" The Marriage Market," after Edwin Long, " Mischief and Repose," after 
J. W. Godward, by A. J. Turrell, and three others (Turner), ;^i 4s. 

" New-laid Eggs," after Sir J. E. Millais, by S. Cousins, print states 
(Grundy), i8s. 

" At the Angel Inn," after Margetson, by Scott Bridgwater, print states (Wood- 
house), jCi 2S. 

" The Soul's Awakening," after J. Sant, by ditto, print states (Tucker), £2 12s. 

" Imprisoned," after Briton Riviere, by S. Cousins, artist's proofs (Sampson), 
i6s. 

A Similar Lot (Landeker), £1. 

A Similar Lot (Sampson), £1 4s. 

A Similar Lot (Sampson), £1 6s. 

A Similar Lot (Landeker), £t 15s. 

" Yes," after Sir J. E. Millais, by ditto, artist's proofs (Vicars), £■} $s. 



44 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



January 22 (Second Day's Sale). 

' The King " and " The Silent North," etchings by H. Dicksee, artist's proofs 

(Stafford Gallery), £^ 14s. 6d. 
' The Old Gateway," by H. Herkomer, " The Wood Sawyer," by W. Hole, 

proofs, and " Returning from the Fair," Pampluna, by A. H. Haig (Cave), 

£S iSs. 6d. 
' Christ before Pilate," after Muncacsy, and " The Last Supper," after 

Dagnan-Bouveret, by Waltner, artist's proofs (Deighton), ;£^ 15s. 6d. 
' Murthly Moss," after Millais, and " Water Crowfoot," after Keeley Halswelle, 

by A. Boulard, artist's proofs (Mrs. Marshall), ^4 4s. 
' The Honeymoon " and " The Right of Way," after Dendy Sadler, by J. Dobie, 

remarque proofs (Moll), £^ 4s. 
' Plaintifl and Defendant," after Dendy Sadler, by W. Boucher, and " The 

Balance Sheet," after E. Nicol, by J. Dobie, a pair, artist's proofs (Turner), 

£3 "3S- 6d. 
'Blinding Drifts," after J. Farquharson, by H. Sedcole, "The Wayfarers," 

after G. H. Swinstead, and one other, artist's proofs (Gemmell), £^ 14s. 6d. 
' Sheep on the Pyrenees," after Rosa Bonheur, by Le Couteux, artist's proof, 

and " Friday," after Dendy Sadler, remarque proof (Lefevre), £2 15s. 
' Worcester Cathedral," after Leader, by Chauvel, and " Departing Day," after 

K. Heffner, artist's proofs (Brail), £s 5s. 
' In a Welsh Valley," after Leader, by Chauvel, and " Across the Heath," after 

the same, artist's proofs (Brail), £l^ los. 
' Close of Day " and " Salmon Fishing," after J. Farquharson, by Sedcole. 

ditto (Gray), £4 4s. 
' La Revue," after Flameng, by A. Boulard, remarque proof (Hill), £2 15s. 
' The Archers of Saint George," after F. Hals, by Koepping, artist's proof 

(Marshall), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Another Impression, ditto (Hill), £i^ 14s. 6d. 
' In the Silent North," by Herbert Dicksee, " Flatford Lock," by Frank Short 

(2), and another, by C. O. Murray, artist's proofs (Deighton), £6 15s. 
' Mrs. Robinson as ' Perdita,' " after Gainsborough, by A. Mathey, remarque 

proof (Pearce), ;^3 5s. 
' Le Graveur," " La Vedette," proofs, " Chess Players," by A. Blanchard 

artist's proof, and three others (Lefevre), £1^ 3s. 6d. 
' Polichinelle k la Rose," by L. Monzies, and " Marshal Ney," by G. Lucien, 

remarque proofs (Forte), £^ 13s. 6d. 
' Staff at Austerlitz," by C. Coepping, remarque proof (Sturt), £2 12s. 6d. 
The Same, ditto (Gray), £2 12s. 6d. 
' La Rise," by F. Bracquemond, artist's proof, signed by the painter (Coke), 

;£^I2 IS. 6d. 

' Staff at Austerlitz," by C. Coppier, remarque proofs (3) (Deighton), £6 i6s. 6d. 
' A Game of Cards," by A. Mathey, remarque proofs on vellum (3) Deighton), 

£5 5S- 
' Le Porte Drapeau," by L. Ruet, remarque proof, and three others (Deighton), 

;6S Ss. 
' Fortune's Favourites " and " Silver Favourites," artist's proofs (2) (Gemmell), 

£3 3S- 
' He Loves Me," " Welcome Footsteps," and " God Speed," bv Lowenstam, 

temarque proofs (3) (Gray), £1 8s. 



January 22, 1908. 45 

' The Proposal " and " Eloquent Silence," artist's proofs (2) (Hill), £1 las. 

' Unconscious Rivals " and " The Sculpture Gallery," by A. Blanchard, ditto 

(2) (Hill), £1 8s. 

' Sappho," " The Steps of the Capitol," " A Roman Emperor," and three 

others, proofs, and " Hero," in colours, " Benediction," " A Bacchante," 

and others, four proofs (Tucker), £2 5s. 
' Summer Slumbers," by J. D. Miller, and " Ask me no More," artist's proofs 

(Meere), £1 2s. 
' Welcome Footsteps " and " An Apodyterium," by L. Lowenstam, remarque 

proofs (Hill), £1 los. 
' The Frigidarium " and " Love in Idleness," artist's proofs (Smith), £1 los. 
' The Frigidarium " and " Comparisons," artist's proofs (Hill), £1 los. 
' A Favourite Author," by Lowenstam, and " The Loves of the Seasons," by 

Focillon, remarque proofs (Gray), £1 is. 
' The Finding of Moses," artist's proof, and another (Deighton), £j is. 
' Rose of all the Roses," after L. Alma-Tadema, by Lowenstam, artist's proofs 

(3) (Tucker), ^3 los. 

' Night " and " Morning," by T. Landseer, artist's proofs, " The Forester's 
Family," " The Shepherd's Prayer," and " Peace," by T. L. Atkinson, and 
another (Vicars), ;£'ii os. 6d. 

' Laying Down the Law," by T. Landseer, proof before any letters (Agnew), 

£5 Ss- 
' Laying Down the Law," first published state, and another (Agnew), £^ 5s. 
' There's Life in the Old Dog Yet," by H. T. Ryall, engraver's proof, and 

" Dignity and Impudence," by T. Landseer, first published state (Agnew), 

£iy 17s. 
" Braemar," artist's proof, signed by the painter (Hill), £2 as. 
' Braemar," artist's proof, signed by the painter (Colnaghi), £^ 14s. 6d. 
' Doubtful Crumbs," artist's proof, signed (Gray), £1 lis. 6d. 
" King of the Forest," by T. Landseer, artist's proof, and " The Print " 

(Duncan), £3 3s. 
" Chevy," by T. Landseer, artist's proof (Sturt), ;^5 55. 
" The Deer Pass," by ditto, artist's proof (Sturt), £n 3s. 6d. 
" Laying Down the Law," by T. Landseer, first published state (Agnew), 

£4 14s. 6d. 
" Midsummer Night's Dream," by S. Cousins, artist's proof (Leggatt), ;^s 5s. 
" Bolton Abbey in the Olden Times," by S. Cousins, second published state, and 

" The Print " (Vicars), £4 4s. 
" The Last Run of the Season " and " Ptarmigan Hill," by T. Landseer, artist's 

proofs (Hill), £2 I2S. 6d. 
" The Shoeing," by C. G. Lewis, artist's proof (Cave), £4 145. 6d. 
" Alexander and Diogenes," by T. Landseer, artist's proofs (Vicars), £2 3s. 
"The Sick Monkey," by W. H. Simmons, artist's proofs, and "Laying Down 

the Law," by T. Landseer, and " The Forester's Family," by J. H. Watt 

(2), first states (Agnew), ;^5 5s. 
" The Maid and the Magpie " and " The Shoeing," by S. Cousins, artist's 

proofs (Agnew), £8 8s. 
" Hunters at Grass," by C. G. Lewis, " The Stag at Bay," by T. Landseer 

(Tucker), £4 4s. 
" Dignity and Impudence," by T. Landseer, " Bolton Abbey in the Olden 

Times," by S. Cousins (Burgess), ^4 4s. 



46 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



MODERN ETCHINGS. 
" The May of Life " and " Only a Shower," after G. Mason, by Macbeth, 

proofs (Brail), £i ss. 
" A Pastoral Symphony," after and by the same, artist's proof (Gladwell), iss. 
" The End of the Day," after and by the same, ditto, and four others (Parker), 

£i los. 
" Un Chant d'Amour," after Burne-Jones, by Macbeth, and " Beata Beatrice," 

after Rosetti, ditto (Yeulett), i8s. 
" The Peaceful Thames," after F. Walker, by Waltner, and " Old Tower at 

Rouen," by B. Debaines, artist's proofs (May), £i 15s. 
" At Aries," by A. H. Haig, and four others, proofs (May), 15s. 
" The Old Gateway," by H. Herkomer, and " The Wood Sawyer," by W. Hole, 

ditto, and " Returning from the Fair," Pampluna, by A. H. Haig, and 

" Mrs. Siddons," after Orchardson, by F. Huth, and " My Lady's Garden," 

after Hunter, artist's proofs (Yeulett), £1 12s. 
" Amiens Cathedral," by E. Slocombe, and " Browning's Resting Place," by 

C. O. Murray, remarque proofs (May), i8s. 
" Ravine of Thieves," by C. E. Johnson, " The Battle of Trafalgar," and 

other etchings, proofs (Barbour), ^i los. 
" The Windmill," by D. Law, " Ripon Cathedral," by E. Slocombe, and another, 

ditto (Joyner), £1 6s. 
" Dordrecht," by L. Valmon, " A Dutch View," after Maris, and another, 

ditto (Moll), £1 6s. 
" La Cruche Cass^," after Greuze, by Laguillermie, " Laddie," by Turrell, and 

" Mrs. Siddons Reciting," after W. Q. Orchardson, artist's proof (Rich- 
mond), £1 ss. 
" Carnarvon Castle," after K. Heffner, by B. Debaines, and " Saardam," after 

ditto, by Raab, artist's proofs (Tucker), £j los. 
" Eel Bucks at Goring," after W. Muller, by B. Debaines, and " The Corn- 
field," by ditto, artist's proofs (Hill), £2 5s. 
" The Garden of Love," after Titian, and " The Tapestry-Weavers," after 

Velasquez, by R. W. Macbeth, proofs (Deighton), £1 los. 
" The Market Cart," after Gainsborough, by Koepping, and two others, artist's 

proofs (Yeulett), ;^i 6s. 
" A Portrait of Samuel Cousins," by C. Waltner, artist's proofs, signed 

(Turner), £1 zs. 
" The Wayfarers," after F. Walker, by C. Waltner, artist's proofs, signed 

(Agnew), £i 3s. 
A Similar Lot (Hill), ;^4 4s. 
A Similar Lot (Agnew), £3 3s. 
A Similar Lot (Agnew), £:i 3s. 
"The Garden of Love," after Titian, by R. W. Macbeth, artist's proofs 

(Turner), i8s. 
" The End of the Day," after Jules Breton, by L. Kratk^, and " The Toper," 

after Seymour Lucas, by T. Rajon, remarque proofs (Hill), £1 6s. 
" Eel Bucks at Goring," after W. Muller, by B. Debaines, artist's proofs 

(Leggatt), £2. 
" Over the Hills and Far Away," after Sir J. E. Millais, by B. Debaines, 

artist's proofs (Barbour), £j 5s. 
" Murthly Moss," after ditto, by ditto, artist's proof, and " The Old Gate," after 

F. Walker, by H. Herkomer, artist's proof (De Marre), £i 155. 
" Solitude," after C. H. Daubigny, by T. H. Chauvel, prints (Deighton), £1 las. 



January 22, 1908. 47 



"Cattle Crossing a River," after Troyon, by Courtry, and "Diana Bathing," 

after Corot, by Kratk^, artists' proofs (Richmond), 12s. 
" Souvenir d'ltalie," and another, after Corot, by M. Lalanne, proofs (Gray), 

£1 IS. 
" Foret de Fontainebleau, ' after Diaz, and " Le Mare," after Rousseau, by L. 

Kratk^, artists' proofs (Barbour), los. 
" Rest and Refreshment," after Dupr^, and " Ploughing," after Rosa Bonheur, 

remarque proofs (May), 18s. 
" Eventide," after Rousseau, by Bracquemond, and " Morning," after Dupr6, 

by Lalanne, ditto (Hill), ;^i 14s. 
" From the Dunes," after A. Mauve, and " The Return of the Flock," after 

C. Jacque, remarque proofs (Smith), £1 iss. 
" Springtime," after F. Millet, by Bracquemond, remarque proof (Smith), £1 i8s. 
" Haymakers," after ditto, by Le Couteau, and " La Bergere," after ditto, by 

Damman, artist's proofs (May), £1. 
" Autumn," by Bracquemond, and " La Baratteuse," by E. Fornet, after the 

same, remarque proofs (Smith), £2. 
" Shepherds Wooing," after C. Jacque, by Kratk^, and " The Shepherd," by 
F. Chaigneau, remarque proofs, and " Le Colza," after J. Breton, by Le 
Couteau, remarque proof, and " The Missing Boat," after Israels, artist's 
proof (HiU), £2 2s. 
" Le Goflter," after J. Breton, by Le Couteux, and " Lac Nemi," after Corot, 

artist's proofs (Moll), ;^'i 12s. 
" Misty Weather," after Harpignies, by B. Debaines, and " The Old Story," 

after Peyrot, remarque proofs (Amor), £2. 
■' Duel in the Snow," after Gerome, and " Besieged," after F. Holl, by 

Waltner, remarque proofs (Mundy), £1 4s. 
Etchings, after Daubigny, Corot, Millet and others, print states (Ackermann), 

£2 los. 
" Haarlem," after Ruysdael, and " Above the Mill," by Focillon, artist's proofs 

(Smith), £2. 
" Susannah," after F. Goodall, by C. Waltner, " Lord Roberts," by C. Bird, 

" Rt. Hon. J. Chamberlain," by Taylor, and five others (Deighton), £1 :4s. 
" The Pearl Necklace," after Vermeer, by Dake, " The Lawyer," after Moroni, 

by Clouston, and another, artist's proofs (Brail), ;^i 2s. 
" H.M. The Queen, when Princess of Wales," aftei Sir Luke Fildes, by 

Laguillermie, artist's proofs, signed (Vicars), £2. 
" Lady Mulgrave," after Gainsborough, by J. Waltner, and " Hebe," aftei 

Nattier, by Patricot, artist's proofs (Pearce), £2 2S. 
" Lady Mulgrave " and " Children Nutting," after Gainsborough, by Waltner, 

and Mathey, ditto (Leggatt), ;^3. 
" The Sisters," after Hoppner, by Patricot, and " Venus Sleeping," by W. 
Unger, ditto, and " Mrs. Robinson," after Gainsborough, by Arendsen, and 
" Master Lambton," after Lawrence, by Waltner, ditto (Hill), £;} 13s. 6d. 
" Miss Haverfield," after Gainsborough, by A. Mathey, artist's proof (Hill), £2. 
" Mrs. Blair," after Romney, by Waltner, " The Countess de Neuberg," after 

Nattier, artist's proofs (Coke), £2 5s. 
" The Carpenter's Family," after Rembrandt, by Courtney, " Once Bit, Twice 
Shy," after C. Burton-Barber, by Lowenstam, and three others (Gray), £j 6s. 
" The Chaplain's Daughter," after F. Walker, A.R.A., by E. Gaujean, artist's 

proof on vellum, signed, and prints of the same (Tucker), £2. 
A Similar Lot (Deighton), ;^i i8s. 
A Similar Lot, artist's proof, and prints of the same (Yeulett), ;^3. 



48 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

After J. L. E. Meissonier. 
" Partie des Cartes," by A. Mathey, remarque proof, and another (Turner), £2. 
" L'Arriv^ des H6tes," by J. Jacquet, remarque proof (Waugh), £1 14s. 

After Sir L. Alma-Tadema, R.A. 
" Torch Dance," " Autumn " and " Winter," by A. Blanchard, ditto, and " In 

the Days of Constantine," " Dolce far Niente," and " A Bacchante," by A. 

Blanchard, ditto (Tucker), i6s. 
" A Silent Greeting," by L. Lowenstam, and " Agrippa," ditto (Moll), 155. 
" An Oleander," after ditto, by Blanchard, " A Bacchante," after ditto, by 

ditto, and " A Torch Dance," after ditto, by ditto, artist's proofs (Tucker), 

£3 Ss. 
" Welcome Footsteps," after ditto, by L. Lowenstam, artist's proofs (Sampson), 

A Similar Lot (Sampson), £1 12s. 
A Similar Lot (Sampson), £1 i8s. 
"The Roman Emperor," after ditto, by P. Rajon, artist's proofs (Sampson), ;^i. 

After Sir E. Landseer, R.A. 
" Godolphin Arabian," by J. Pratt, and " The Cover Hack," by C. G. Lewis, 

artist's proofs (Agnew), £s 5S- 
" A Random Shot," by C. G. Lewis, and " The Torrent," by ditto, artist's proofs 

(Tucker), £y 17s. 6d. 
"The Highland Drover's Departure," by J. H. Watt, "Time of Peace" and 

" Time of War," by T. L. Atkinson (Hill), £1. 
" The Sanctuary," by C. J. Lewis, artist's proof, and " Otter and Salmon," 

artist's proof (Brail), ;^i 6s. 
" The Shepherd's Bible," by C. G. Lewis, touched engraver's proof, " The 

Connoisseurs," by S. Cousins, artist's proof, " A Highland Whisky Still," by 

R. Graves, " The Lion Dog from Malta," by T. Landseer, and " Breeze," by 

C. G. Lewis, first states (Vicars), ;^i is. 
"The Swannery Invaded," by J. B. Pratt, " Comus," and another, artist's 

proof, and " M--. Packe's Pony," by T. Landseer, and " The Sanctuary," by 

C. G. Lewis (Barber), £1 los. 
" A Highland Whisky Still," by R. Graves, and " A Highland Shepherd's 

Home," by Mottram, proofs (Hill), 15s. 
" Off to the Rescue," by T. Landseer, " To Ho," by ditto, and " The Drive," by 

ditto, artist's proofs, and " The Sutherland Family," by S. Cousins, second 

published state (Vicars), £2 los. 
" The Sick Monkey," by W. H. Simmons, artist's proof, and " Spaniel and 

Pheasant," by T. Landseer, first state (Deighton), ;^i. 
" The Forester's Family," by T. L. Atkinson, " The Prize Calf," by ditto, and 

" The Sick Monkey," by W. H. Simmons, artist's proofs (Vicars), £1 is. 
" Return from Hawking," by C. G. Lewis, " Pensioners," by F. Stacpoole, 

" Highland Shepherd's Home," artist's proofs (Tucker), ;^i is. 
"There's Life in the Old Dog Yet," by H. T. Ryall, " Otter and Salmon," by 

J. R. Jackson, first states (Barber), £1 5s. 
"Taming of the Shrew," by J. Stevenson, "The Queen in the Highlands," by 

W. H. Simmons, and another, artist's proofs, and " Geneva," by T. 

Landseer, " An Indian Tent," by ditto, and " Dominion," artist's proofs 

(Hill), £2 2S. 



January 22, 1908. 49 

" Returning from Hawking," by C. G. Lewis, artist's proof, " Highland Rovers," 
by Wall, " Harvest in the Highlands," by J. T. Willmore, and " Night and 
Morning," by Landseer, lettered proofs (Hill), £2 12s. 6d. 

" Highland Nurses," by T. Landseer, and " Refreshment," by H. Cousins, 
artist's proof (Deighton), £2 2s. 

" The Hunted Stag " and " Highland Nurses," by T. Landseer, artist's proofs 
(Tucker), £1 15s. 

" Well-Bred Setters," by W. H. Simmons, artist's proofs (Hill), £t is. 

" Pointers in a Turnip Field," artist's proofs (Hill), £1 lis. 6d. 

" The Sick Monkey," by W. H. Simmons, artist's proofs, and " Laying Down 
the Law," by T. Landseer, and " The Forester's Family," by J. H. Watt, 
first states. 

" Time of War," by T. L. Atkinson, " The Font," and another, and " Pen- 
sioners," by F. Stacpoole, " Night and Morning," by T. Landseer, lettered 
proofs, and two others (Walrond), £^ 13s. 6d. 

" Lion Dog from Malta," by T. Landseer, " The Mantilla," by J. H. Robinson, 
and others, proofs (Tucker), £1 55. 

" Highland Whisky Still," by R. Graves, " Lords Alexander and George 
Russell," and others (Tucker), £1 5s. 

" Spaniel and Pheasant," by T. Landseer, " Eos," by ditto, " Time of War," 
by T. L. Atkinson, and seven others (Smith), £i los. 

" Monarch of the Glen," " Maid and the Magpie," and other print states (Hill), 
£2 los. 

" Time of Peace," " Highland Nurses," and other print states (Walrond), £2 5s. 

A Similar Lot (Smith), £1 los. 

A Similar Lot (Walrond), £2 $s. 

" The Dairymaid," by H". T. Ryall, " The Falconer's Daughter, " The Pere- 
grine Falcon," and " Peregrine Hawk," by C. G. Lewis, and " The Drive of 
Deer," by T. Landseer, and " The Stag at Bay," by C. G. Lewis, artist's 
proofs (Burgess), £^ 4s. 

" The Tethered Ram," by J. Burnet, " Children of the Mist," by T. Landseer, 
lettered proof, " Peace and War," by T. L. Atkinson (Hill), £2. 

" The Forest Series," set of fifteen engravings in a folio (Fitch), ;^3 los. 

" The Forest Series," etchings, and four other etchings, after the same, and 
small plates, after Sir E. Landseer, artist's proofs, and prints (Waugh), 
£^ 4S. 

A set of seventeen Etchings, by Sir E. Landseer, published by Gambart, and 
the set of twelve Etchings, by J. C. Lewis (Smith), £1 15s. 



50 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



January 25, 1908. The following were sold by order of 
the executors of H. C. Brunning, Esq., deceased, late of the 
Norfolk Hotel, Brighton : — 

DRAWINGS. 
AUom, T., " The Hall, Beddington House," and " Loseley Hall," near Guild- 
ford, sepia (Buxton), jQ't, 13s. 6d. 
Bennett, W., " The Eask, Lynn," 20 x 27 (Lister), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Bennett, W., ' A Common Scene, Haslemere," 12 x 18 (Lister), £:i 13s. 6d. 
Bennett, VV., " Woody Landscape," 12J x 18 (Austin), £2 2s. 
Chevilliard, V., " The Game of Cards," 7J x 8^ (Hill), ^31 los. 
DuflSeld, M. E., " Roses and Grapes," 9 X 13 (Bonus), £:i 13s. 6d. 
Fielding, C, " The Fairy Lake," 39^ X 29^ (Paris Exhibition, 1855) (Hill), 

j£.i83 iss- 
Green, C, 1874, " The Halberdier," 9J X 6^ (Leggatt), £f, i8s. 6d. 
Haghe, L., 1846, " The Interior of the Church of Lierre," 14^ x io| (Batsford), 

;^8 i8s. 6d. 
Knight, D. Ridgway, 1884, " Fontainebleau Forest," 175 X 23^ (Mitchell), 

;^8 8s. 
Knight, D. Ridgway, 1884, " Gossips," 15! x 23^ (Tooth), ;^23 2s. 
Langley, W., 1884, " A Lover and his Lass," 35! X 21 (Sampson), ;^28 7s. 
Langley W., 1883, " News of the Sea," 31 x 175 (Sampson), ;^i3 13s. 
Langley, W., 1884, " In the Orchard," 2i| x it, (Sampson), £6 6s. 
Langley, W., 1882, " A Crown of Years," 14 x 10 (Sampson), £-j ys. 
Langley, W., " A Crown of Years " and " Drawing a Tooth," by O. Brendt 

(Sampson), £g 19s. 6d. 
Mogford, J., 1877, " Cromer from the East Sands," 12 x 25 (Tooth), £1;^ 2s. 6d. 
Palmer, Sutton, 1882, " On the Mole : Evening," 153 X 245 (Brown & Phillips), 

£26 5s. 
Palmer, Sutton, 1881, " Hilly Landscape," 195 X 29I (Collings), £3;^ 12s. 
Palmer, Sutton, 1882, " Summer Sunshine, near Haslemere," 13^ x 20J 

(Bowden), ;^22 is. 
Palmer, Sutton, 1882, " Evening from Reigate," 135 X 20J (Mitchell), £1^ 14s. 
Palmer, Sutton, 1882, " Looking Down on .Albury from St. Matha's," 13J x 20J 

(Mitchell), £,2S 4s. 
Palmer, Sutton, 1881, " Wensleydale," 13^ x 20 (Leggatt), £7 17s. 
Palmer, Sutton, 1881, " Sombre Autumn, the Ure, Yorkshire," 14 x 20J 

(Mitchell), ;^23 2s. 
Palmer, Sutton, 1881, " Mowbray Point, Hackfall, near Masham," 20 X 13J 

(Leggatt), ;£:2S 4S- 
Palmer, Sutton, 1883, " Looking Down on the Wye," unframed, 13J x 20J 

(Bowden), £23 2s. 
Roberts, D., R.A., 1828, " The Lady Chapel, St. Pierre, Caen," 13I x 9! 

(Austen), £:i 3s. 
Stockier, E., "The Interior of a Church," 2ij x i6i (Davis), £y 17s. 6d. 
Sturgess, J., " The Two Thousand Guineas, 1866," " Beggars," by A. Paoletti, 

pen and ink, and " Married for Love," photograph (D. M. Davis), los. 6d. 
Willis, H. B., 1869, " Head of a Cow," 17 x 21J (Bowden), £2 2S. 



January 25, 1908. 51 



MODERN PICTURES. 
Breling, H., 1875, " A Halt in the Forest," 7 X 9J (Bakker), j^i2 12s. 
Breling, H., 1879, " The Captives," 7x6 (Bakker), £n 14s. 
Breling, H., 1879, " The Guide," si X 4 (Bakker), £7 7s. 
Brandt, O., " A Boy and Dog," 37 x 19 (Lister), ^"12 is. 6d. 
Brunning, W. A., " An Octroi on the Coast, Fecamps," 34 x 60 (M. Joseph, 

jun.), £:$ 5s- 
Burgess, J. B., R.A., 1875, " A Spanish Beauty," 32^ x 24^ (Mitchell), £22 7s. 
Conti, Tito, 1874, " In the Cellar," 14 X lo^ (Sampson), ;^22 is. 
Conti, Tito, " A Cavalier Drinking," S X 3^ (Callard), £7 ys. 
Dyckmans, J. L.. 1870, " An Old Woman in Church," 15 X 11 (Lister), £15 153. 
Glindoni, H. G., " The Student," 6 X 3J (Lister), £g gs., 
Hayllar, Jessica, 1881, "The Best ol Friends Must Part," 8 X loj (H. Harris), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 
Hemsley, W., " Left in Charge," 8i X 6^ (Sampson), £s Ss- 
Hillingford, R., " The Oath on the Colours," 17 X 26 (Mitchell), ;£:i7 6s. 6d. 
Hillingford, R., 1867, " Don Quixote Reading Fcliciano de Silva," 9x7 

(H. Harris), £3 13s. 6d. 
Kennington, T. B., " The Apprentice," 15 X 15! (Sampson), £:i 4s. 
Landseer, Sir E., R.A., 1828, " Heads of Sheep and Cattle," i8i x 23J 

(Burlington House, 1874) (Shepherd), ;£:3i los. 
Leader, B. W.. R.A., 1880, " A Babbling Brook in the Mawddach Woods, North 

Wales," 375 X 60 (Sampson), ;^22S iss. 
Linton, Sir J. D., 1889, " Mary Belton," iSJ x i3i (W. Permain), ;^ii iis. 
Paoletti, A., " The Mandoline-Player," 22^ x 17 (Lister), ;^8 8s. 
Paoletti, A., " Feeding the Bird," 113 X i8| (Lister), £1$ J^s. 
Reed, W. T., 1878, " A Woodland Path," 15 X 23 (Collings), £3 3s. 
Stark, J., " A Woody Lane," 11x9 (collection of H. Barton, Esq., 1886) 

(Gooden & Fox), ;^73 los. 
Toulmouche, A., 1875, " Confidences," 25 x 195 (Gamman), £^ 4s. 
Unknown, " A Wood Nymph," on porcelain, and " A Landscape," in mosaic 

(Bois), £4 4s. 
Verheyden, I., "View in Amsterdam," in oil and water colour, 18 X 16. 
Verheyden, I., " View in Amsterdam," in oil and water colour, 20J x 17! 

(Parsons), ;£^2i. 
Webb, J., 1875, " A Bit near Havre de Grace," 135 x 23I (Bois), £j6 16s. 
Webb, J., 1880, " Carthagena, Spain," 13JX 195 (Bois), ;^i6 16s. 

OLD PICTURES. 

Brauwer, A., " An Interior," 15J x 12 (Bohn Collection, 1885) (A. Ward), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 
Mieris, W. Van, 1710, " A Smoker," oval, 5x4 (Gooden & Fox), ;^i2 12s. 
Neefs, P., " The Interior of the Cathedral of Antwerp, with figures by Francks," 

on panel, i6j x 123 (Beckett-Denison Collection, 1885) (Howard), £1^ 4s. 6d. 
Schutz, C. G., " View on the Rhine," on copper, loj x 12 (Rummell), 

£7 >7s- 6d. 
Velasquez (after), " Marianne of .Austria " and " A Lady " (Renton), £3 13s. 6d. 
Velde, Van de, " A Milkmaid and Cows," 5 X 6f (Gamman), ;^S 8s. 
VoUerdt, J. C, " A Town on a Frozen River," 9 x 131 (Glen). £.S 8s. 
Van der Werff," " A Lady and Gentleman," 16J X 12J (Collection of S. H. de 

Zoete, Esq., 1885) (Glen), ;^i6 ss. 6d. 

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52 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Witel, G. Van, " View of St. Maria della Salute and The Grand Canal, Venice," 

unframed, on copper, i8 x 29 (A. Ward), jQ$ 55. 
Zucchero, F. (after), " Queen Elizabeth " and " Lord Burleigh," by H. Bone, 

R.A., enamels, 8 x 6J (VVylie & Lockhead), £110 5s. 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 

PICTURES. 
Burr, J., i860, " A Terrier " and " An Old Bridge," by R. Tonge (Wallis), 

^5 '5s- 6d. 
Calvert, E. S., 1875, " Rocky Coast Scene," 15 X 2i| (Connell), ;^3 13s. 6d. 
Dawson, H., 1846, " River Scene," 33J X 175 (Vicars), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Decker, F., " River Scene," 29 x 40 (Van Slochem), £,^ 15s. 6d. 
Fettes-Douglas, Sir W., P.R.S.A., " An Intercepted Despatch," 38 X 51 

(Wilson), £},() i8s. 
Fraser, Alex., R.S.A., " Robinson Crusoe," iij X 1S5 (Sampson), £2 2S. 
Houston, J. A., R.S.A., 1845, " The Cat's Castle and Village of St. Goar on 

the Rhine," 27J x ZS\ (A- Ward), £1 is. 
McCuHoch, H., R.S.A., " Newark Castle," 15! X it)\ (Clark), ^£^31 los. 
McCuIIoch, H., R.S.A., " Invercoe," 11 X 17^ (Smith), £9, 8s. 
Miiller, " At the Spring " and " A Gipsy Encampment " (Bauer), £2 2S 
Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., 1850, " Scottish Hospitality," 17 x 23 (Sampson), 

;^i6 i6s. 
Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., " Waitin' for the Praties," 14 x 20 (Sampson), ;£'i26. 
Nicol, Erskine, A.R..^., 1852, " Mutual Surprise," 15^ x 113 (Wallis), £t,2. lis. 
Stark, J., 1839, " Woody Road Scene," i$\ x 20J (Tooth), ;^I26. 
Tonge, R., " House in Cairo," 17J X 26 (Sampson), £2 2s. 
Tonge, R., " Coast Scene " and " Landscape " (Clark), ;^23 2s. 
Windus, W. L., " A Woodland Stream," 173 x 23J (Agnew), £\o los. 

DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 

DRAWINGS. 
Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., " Scene from the ' Taming of the Shrew,' " 18J x 14 

(Hill), ;^2I. 

Hunt, W., " Melon, Grapes and Plums," 8J x 12J (Permain), £2 12s. 6d. 

Topham, F. W., 1848, " At the Well," 25I x 19 (Smith), £12 12s. 

Cox, D., " Rocky Landscape," 14 X 19 (Lister), ;^I2 is. 6d. 

Fielding, C, " Naworth Castle, Cumberland," 12J x 173 (Leggatt), ;^i5 155. 

Clays, P. J., " Fishing-Boats in a Breeze," 13^ x 20J (Clark), ;^I4 14s. 

Bosboom, J., " The Interior of a Church," 16 x 183 (Clark), £1 is. 

PICTURES. 
Verboeckhoven, E., 1855, " Two Sheep and a Chicken," 5I x 7J (Collard), 

£1^ 19s. 
Verboeckhoven, E., 1835, " A Goat and a Sheep," 6x7 (Grant), £ii i8s. 
Bosboom, J.,*" The Market Place," 14 x ii\ (Grant), ;^ii iis. 
Henner, H., " A Nymph," 8J x loj (Bonjean), £■]■:, 123. 
Hurlstone, F. Y., " Haid^e," 44 x 56 (H. Smith), £$ iss. 6d. 
Horsley, J. C, R.A., 1862, " Keeping Company," 27J x 35! (Royal Academy 

1862) (Fisher), ;^22 is. 
Bazzani, L., 1878, " A Pompeian Courtyard," i2| x 9 (Agnew), j^Tie i6s. 



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Linnell, J., sen., " Woody River Scene," 12 x 16 (Port), jQi iis. 6d. 
Bellei, G., " Welcome " and " Adieu," a pair, iji x iii (Mitchell), £S 8s. 
Giuliano, B., 1872, " Betrothed," 41J x 30 (Osborne), ji-i lis. 6d. 
Hulk, J. F., " The End of the Run," 33 x S9 (Johnstone), £^ 4s. 
Happel, F., " A Vixen and Cubs," 28 x 37! (Abell), ;^34 14s. 
Achenbach, O., " The Jungfrau : Moonlight," 14 x 175 (Hamilton), £^2. 
Watts, F. W., " Norfolk River Scene," 13 x 30J (Parsons), £n 14s. 
McTaggart, W., R.S.A., " The Lost Child," 24 x 29^ (M. Joseph, sen.). 
Lucas, J. Seymour, R.A., 1876, " Contemplation," 19 x i5i (Collings), 

3(^2 I2S. 6d. 
Millais, " School Girls," 9J x 7J (Alderson), £6 6s. 

Adams, J. Clayton, 1875, " Heathside, Surrey," 15 x 23J (Blackall), £^ 5s. 
Cox, D., " Landscape," 8 x 125 (Austen), £•; 17s. 6d. 
Nahl, C, " A Toncan," -^ x 10 (Williams), £7 7s. 

Equsquiza, A., 1879, " Dressed for the Ball," 36i x 27 (H. Smith), ^{Jio 10s. 
Chambers, G., " Shipping in the Solent," 2O1 X 31 (Lister), £6 6s. 
Dawson, H., 1847, " A Cool Retreat," 29 X 355 (Porter), £8 8s. 
Baxter, C, " Flora," 395 x 29^ (Sampson), ;^I5 iss. 
Herring, J. F., sen., " A Farmyard," 2gj x 34 (Coke), £^5 15s. 
Therion V., " Gathering Wildflowers," 57 x 33^ (Mitchell), £12 12s. 

The folloM,-ing were sold b)' order of the trustees of J. R. 
Armitage, Esq., deceased, late of Thornfield, Bradford: — 

PICTURES. 

Anthony, Mark, " Near Barmouth, North Wales," 14 x igj (Sampson), £15 15*- 

Burgers, H. J., " The Fisherman's Family," 78 x $5 (Wright), £■^1 los. 

Cassioli, A., " The Page," 225 x 17 (Callard), ;£5'io los. 

Farrer, T. C, 1877, " The Houses of Parliament," 27 x 35J (Lister), £^ 3s. 

Farrer, T. C, " The Cornfield," 175 x 315 (Sampson), £^ 4s. 

Farrer, T. C, 1876, " Head of a jNewfoundland Dog," 23J x 20 (Lister), £1 5s. 

Garland, H., 1871, " A Cattle Raid," 26 x 49 (Wright), £25 4» 

Haas, J. H. L. de, 1874, " Cows and Calf in a Landscape," 20 x 29! (Bauer), 

£31 los. 
Hamza, J., 1880, " A Hapsburg Page," 23 x 15 (Dr. Bakker), ;^i3 13s. 
Hill, T., 1880, " In the Yosemite Valley," 28^ x 35! (Port), £3 13s. 6d. 
Klombeck, J. B., and Verboeckhoven, E., 1872, " A Road Through a Forest," 

35 X 46i (Wright), ;^3i los. 
Meissonier, " Portrait of the Artist's Uncle," 13J x 10 (Wright), £1^ 153. 
Modern, " Rocky River Scene," 30 x 42^ (Phillips), ^^3 3s. 
Perugini, Kate, " Little Nell," 30 x 22 (Lister), £^ 5s. 
Segoni, A., " The Duel," 18 x 27 (Wright), £8 i8s. 6d. 
Spinks, T., 1874, " Lake Scene," 19 x 29^ (Mitchell), £2 3s. 
Spinks, T., 1875, " The Woodland, Tees," 19 x 29J (A. Ward), £2 12s. 6d. 

The following were sold by order of the administratrix of 
Mrs. M. Wattenbach, deceased, late of 18, Heme Hill, 
S.E. :— 

" A Musician," after Dow, by F. Schade, and " A Pet Bird," after Netscher, by 
F. Stiirm, on porcelain, a pair (D. M. Davis), ;£r2i. 



54 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

DRAWINGS. 

CoUingwood, W., 1874, " View near the Coast," 9 x I3i (White), ;^i lis. 6d. 
Corrodi, S., 1876, " Galleria d'Albano " and "The Bay of Baiae," a pair, 

2oi X 28i (Rummel), j^'^i. 
Haag, Carl, 1873, " The Swooping Terror of the Desert," 26 x 52 (Guildhall, 

1896) (Martin), £16?,. 
Hough, W., " Plums and Aples," 16 X 2ii (Hill), £6 6s. 
Kiimpel, W., 1875-6, " A Windy Day in the New Forest " and " A Glade in the 

New Forest," a pair, 21 x 295 (Broicher), £11 iis. 
Radford, E., 1875, " Thoughts far Away," 13 X 165 (Hill), ;^2i. 
Rowbotham, T. L., 1875, " The Bay of Naples " and " A Highland Lake Scene," 

by E. S. Oliver, 1875 (Hill), £s 5s. 
Severn, A., "Venice: Moonlight," 20 X 27^ (Saul), ;£■!! lis. 
Severn, A., " Early Morning on Coniston Water," ig x 28J (Burjess), ;£^I3 13s. 
Smith, J. W., " The Weisshorn " and " The Mischabelhorn," a pair, 30 X 22 

(Stutfield), ;£^io los. 
Weedon, A. W., 1876, " River Scene," loj x 205 (Broicher), £6 6s. 

PICTURES. 

" River Scene " and " Watering Horses " (Broicher), £s, 5s. 
Houhtmann, M., " Swiss River Scene," 23 x 29 (Reincke), ;^2 2S. 
Lange, J., 1870, " Bavarian River Scene," 33 x 46 (Reincke), £2 12s. 6d. 
Lange, J., 1870, " View of the Konigsee, Bavaria," 33 x 45 (Reincke), £^ 4s. 
Lange, J., 1870, " A Chdlet by a Pool, Bavaria," 23 x 27 (Reincke), £z 55. 
Muller, M., 1857, " Reading the Letter " and " A Toper," by Fuess (Reincke), 

Reinhold, B., 1868, " The Sand Castle," 55 x 44 (A. Ward), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Zimmermann, R., 1862, " A Wayside Inn in the Tyrol," 32 x 43, ;£^22 is. 



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January 27, 1908. 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 

DRAWINGS. 
Fielding, C, " Rocky Coast Scene," lo x 14 (Leggatt), ;^34 13s. 
Poussin, N., " A Bacchanalian Festival," io| x 8^ (Misell, jun.), £1. 
Romney, " Head of Lady Hamilton," chalk, 14 x 11, and G. F. Watts, R.A., 
" Portrait of Lady Eastlake," chalk, oval, 22I x i8i (Mathews), 14s. 

PICTURES. 

" Portrait of Lord Nelson," 13 x 95 (Quinto), £2 2s. 

" Portrait of Richard Fox, Bishop of Winchester," on panel, 14J x 12J (National 

Portrait Exhibition, 1866) (Leggatt), £6 16s. 6d. 
Baan, J. De, " Portrait of the Artist," on panel, 35^ x 27J (Howard), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 
Barlow, F., " Dog, Dead Swan and Birds," 45 X 56^ (Rutley), ;^5 153. 6d. 
Boucher, " Boys Bathing," 29 x 225 (Quinto), £is iSS. 
Bronzino, " Head of a Youth," on panel, 10 x 75 (Wagner), los. 6d. 
Canaletto, " The Piazzetta of St. Mark's, Venice," 27J x 373 (Quinto), 

^8 i8s. 6d. 
Canaletto, " Mountebanks,'' 9I x 12J (Madeline), £8 i8s. 6d. 
Copley, J. S., R.A., " Studies for the Picture of the Death of the Earl of 

Chatham," 17 x 265 (Shepherd), ;^is 15s. 
Credi, L. Di, " The Madonna and Child, with Two .Angels," on panel, 335, 

circle (Sidney), ;£^iio 5s. 
Cuyp, " River Scene," 32 x 425 (Collings), ;£Ji2 12s. 

Dutch School, " A Landscape," on panel, 34^ x 285 (Van Druen), £^ 4s. 
Ferrato, Sasso, " Head of the Madonna," 19 x 155 (Madocks), £2 12s. 6d. 
Giorgione (after), ' Pastoral Figures " and " Bull-Dogs," a print (Colnaghi 

& Co.), ^4 4s. 
Greuze, " Head of a Girl," 15 x 12 (Glen), £n 14s. 6d. 
Gucht, B. Van Der, 1772, " Portrait of a Child," oval, 30 x 25 (Shepherd), 

£2 12s. 6d. 
Hayman, F., R.A., " Portrait of Alexander Pope," 293 x 24 (Smith), £^ 4s. 
Heemskirk, " An Interior," on panel, and " A Landscape " (Glen), ;£'3 15s. 
Hobbema, " Woody Landscape," 19! x 23 (Collings), ;£^ii iis. 
Hoet, G., " Ompha.e and Pomona," 45 x 393 (Quinto), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Hogarth School, " Portrait of the Poet Prior," oval, 29 x 24 (Madacks), 

£2 i2s. 6d. 
HoUman, F., " Shipping at the Mouth of a River," 17 x 29 (Quinto), £2 2s. 
Janssens, " Portrait of .Sir Kenelm Digby," 45! x 37 (Crome), £.i 14s. 6d. 
Jordaens, "The Sa;yr and the Man," 93 X ii| (Maynard), ;£7io los. 
Kauffman, A., R.A , " Portrait of a Lady," oval, 25 x 215 (Leggatt), ;^6 i6s. 6d. 
Kauffman, A., R.A., " A Nymph Sacrificing," on copper, oval, loj x 8 (Wagner), 

£3 13s. 6d. 
Kauffmann, A., R..\., " A Nymph Decorating an Urn," on panel, oval, 12 x gi 

(Glenl, £2 I2S. 6d. 
Kneller, Sir G., " Portrait of Mrs. Combes," oval, 30 x 25 (Shepherd), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 



56 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Kneller, " Portrait of a Lady " and " The Duke of Wellington " (Misell, jun.), 

£i IS. 
Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " A Country Girl," on panel, 36 X zgi (Renton), 

;^8 8s. 
Lely, Sir P., " Head of John Seldon," 17 X 14 (Mrs. Wheeler), ^i is. 
Lint, P. Van, " Views in Rome," a pair, 18J x 28^ (Rutley), ;^I2 12s. 
Lint, P. Van, " St. Peter's, Rome," 2ii x 29J (Mrs. Wheeler), ;^is 4s. 6d. 
Maes, N., " An Old Lady " and " A Lady and Child," after Van Dyck 

(Crome), £1 iis. 6d. 
Mieris, "The Miniature," 21 x 18 (Collings), £7 7s. 
Murillo, " The Immaculate Conception," 42^ X 36 (Quinto), £2 2S. 
Netscher, " Portrait of William III.," 27 x 21 (Van Druen), £^ ss. 
Poussin, G., " Classical River Scene," 28 x 38J (Morgan), £4 14s. 6d. 
Prado, B. Del, " Cupids with a Globe," 38 x 56 (Van Druen), £2. 
Scharf, G., 1848, " View of Ratisbon, Bavaria," and " Woody River Scene " 

(Mrs. Wheeler), £1 is. 
Shee, Sir M. A., P.R.A., " Portrait of General Picton," 29 x 24 (Morgan), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 
Stothard, " Milton Dictating ' Paradise Lost,' " on panel, and " The Edge of a 

Lake " (Leggatt), ;^ii iis. 
Vitelli, G. Van, " A View of the Port of St. Lucia," iii x i8i (Bolton), 

£3 '3S. 6d. 
Walker, R., " Portrait of Oliver Cromwell," 28J X 23 (Mrs. Wheeler), £4 4s. 
Westall, R., R.A., " A Nymph and a Sleeping Cupid," i6i X 13! (Mrs. 

Wheeler), £i\ 4s. 
Wheatley, F., R.A., " A View near a Village," 22J x 29^ (F. Howard), 

£3 13s- 6d. 
^heatley, F., R.A., " Sheep-Shearing " and " The Shipwreck," a pair, 

iij x 13J (Shee), £7 7s. 
Wheatley, " The Press-Gang," gj x 12 (Parsons), ^g'lo los. 
Wilson, J. J., " The Solway Firth," 22 x 32^ (Lister), £2 2S. 
Wilson, R., R.A., " L3ndscape," 375 X 52 (Colnaghi & Co.), £4 4s. 
Wilson, R., R.A., " Ruins of Denbigh Castle," 16 x 131 (Shepherd), £2 13s. 6d. 
Wilson, R., R.A., " A Ruined Castle," ig x 24J (F. Howard), £2 3s. 
Zoffany, J., R.A., " Portrait of a Lady," 50 X 40 (F. Howard), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 

The following' were sold by order of the executors of 
E. J. Stanley, Esq., deceased, late of Quantock Lodge, 
Bridgwater, Somerset : — 

DRAWING. 
Gardner, D., " Portraits of Three Young Ladies," represented as the Witches in 
" Macbeth," pastel, 38 x 32 (Renton), ;^78 155. 

PICTURES. 
Dutch School, " Portrait of Margaret, mother of Seventh Earl of Richmond and 

Derby," on panel, 17 X 12 (Leggatt), £g gs. 
Early Dutch School, " The Madonna and the Infant Saviour," on panel 

15 X 10 (Shee), ;^34 13s. 
Flemish School, " A Lady," on panel, 20^ x i6i (Parsons), ;^ii os. 6d. 
Goyen, J. Van, " River Scene," on panel, loj x 14J (Walll, £^2. 
Mabuse, " The Virgin," on panel, 21J x 16 (Dr. Maynard), ^£,26 55. 



January 27, 1908. 57 



Morland, "A Lady on the Sea-Shore," oval, gi x iij (Wall), £^1 los. 
Orlay, Van, " The Madonna," on panel, igi X 16J (Quinto), £4 14s. 6d. 
Romney, G. (after), " Head of Lady Hamilton " and " Cupid " (Parsons), £6 6s. 

DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 

DRAWINGS. 
Gainsborough, " Portrait of John Revett, Esq.," pastel, 2oi X 17I (Fisher), 

£8 8s. 
Cros, Pierre Du, " A View of the Pantheon, Rome," 29 x 43 (Hill), £2i. 
French School, " Portrait of a Lady," pastel, oval, iij X gi (Grant), ;£;ii iis. 
Dutch School, " River Scenes and Landscapes," a set of six, 6| x 8J (Parsons), 

£^3 13s- 
Cond^, Jean, " A Girl with a Dog," pencil, " A Baby Asleep," pencil and red 

chalk, and a Volume, containing numerous sketches, etc., by Jean and 

Pierre Conde (Renton), £-^ 13s. 6d. 
Gainsborough, " Rocky River Scenes," black and white, a pair, unframed, 

lof X 165 (Leggatt), £2 2S. 

PICTURES 

Janssens, " Portrait of a Cavalier," on panel, 25! x 22 (Leggatt), £3 3s. 
Raeburn, Sir H., R.A. (after), " Portrait of Mrs. A. N. Lauzun," by E. 

Wehrschmidt, 30 x 25 (Leger), £2 3s. 
Early English, " Portrait of Miss Susannah Milnes," 29J x 24 (Drachan), £2 3s. 
Mabuse, " Portrait of a Lady," on panel, 28^ x 22 (Sackville Gallery), 

;£;i6 ss. 6d. 
Dyck, Van, " Portrait of a Lady," oval, 30 X 25 (Quinto), ;^5 SS. 
Teniers, " Interior of a Tavern," loj x 16 (Bellairs), ;^5 5s. 
Heemskirk, " Peasants Carousing," 13 x lyi (Masters), £y -s. 
Poorter, W. De, " An Interior," on panel, 13^ x lof (Masters), £2 2S. 
Opie, " Portrait of a Lady," unframed, 29^ x 23J (Landstein), ;^i 5s. 
Vinckerboom, D., " The Edge of a Forest," on panel, 19 x 25 (Streletskie), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 
Vinckebooms, D., " Woody River Scene," 19J x 245 (Streletskie), £4 4s. 
Beyeren, A. Van, " Fish on a Table," 23 x 33! (Streletskie), ^10 los. 
French School, " A Young Girl Dancing in a Garden," 21 x 175 (Hulbert), ;^2i. 
Kneller, " Portrait of a Boy," 43 x 34 (Landstein), £1 is. 
Dyck, Van (after), " Portrait of Rubens " and " Head of a Gentleman " 

(Maenutt), £2 2s. 
Velasquez (after), " ^^sop " and " Menippus," a pair, 17 x 95 (Bellairs), £1 55. 
White, Harold, " A Farm, with a Flock of Geese," 23J x 36 (Stafford Gallery), 

£2 iss. 
White, Harold, " A River Scene," " An Old Water-Mill," and two etchings 

(Crome), £2. 
Dutch School, " Portrait of a Lady," 25i x 23J (Morgan), ;£Ji2 is. 6d. 
Bourgeois, Sir F. P., R.A., " Landscape," 24 x 37i (Garland), £6 6s. 
Wint, P. De, " Horses and Figures on a Common," on panel, 9I x isJ 

(Shelley), £4 4s. 
Hilder, R., " A Stream near Higham, Norfolk," on panel, 8 x la (Batley), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 
Norwich School, " A Forest Scene," on panel, 11x8 (Ceilings). £2 3s. 
Crome, J. B., " An Old Barn," on panel, 8J x 12J (Brown), £6 i6s. 6d. 



58 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Dutch School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," on copper, oval, ii x gi (Renton), 

Mieris, " An Interior " and " Figures at a Table," a pair, igi X 9 (Crome), 

£q 19s. 6d. 
Teniers, " An Alchemist in his Laboratory," 18 x 2ii (Sjmmons), £g 19s. 6d. 
Kneller, " Portrait of a Gentleman," oval, 37 x 30 (Wheeler), £5 55. 
Cuylemburg, " Mythological Figures by a Stream," 21 x 28 (Wheeler), £2 2s. 
Molenaer, K., " A River Scene," on panel, 135 x i4i (Robinson & Williams), 

£8 8s. 
Dutch School, " An Interior," on copper, 9 x 14 (Holton), ;^s 153. 6d. 
Early Italian School, " The Nativity " and " The Flight into Egypt," a pair, 

unframed, on panel, SJ X 19$ (Wagner), £2 12s. 6d. 
Wilson, R., R.A., "A Lake Scene," unframed, 34 x 45 (Shelley), ;^i lis. 6d. 
Italian School, " The Tribute-Money," 35 X 30 (Wheeler), £1 is. 
French School, " Portrait of a Lady," 30 X 25 (Wheeler), £6 6s. 
Steenwyck, " The Gardens of a Chateau," on p.inel, 23 x i6j (CoUings), £1 is. 
Breughel, J., " A Garden Scene," on copper, 22 x 35 (Hammond), ;£i7 17s. 
Kneller, " Portrait of Sir William Morice," 29 x 24 (Leggatt), ^£^5 153. 6d. 
Laroon, M., " Portrait of a Gentleman," on panel, 10 x 8j (Howard), £y 7s. 
Z., B., " In Full Cry " and " The Death of the Fox," a pair, 22 x 34 

(Civesman), £g gs. 
Ostade, " Peasants Outside a Tavern," on panel, 17 x 23 (Bradley), £y 17s. 6d. 
Kneller, Sir G., " Portrait of a Lady," oval, 28J x 24 (Hammond), £S i8s. 5d. 
Scott, " A Market-Place," 28 x 38 (F. Howard), ;^ii os. 6d. 
Guardi, F., " A Courtyard, with figures," 7J X 6 (Maynard), £26 7s. 
Gainsborough School, " Head of a Lady," 24 x 195 (Parsons), ;^i5 153. 
Marieschi, " Sea Ports, with figures " (Martin), £6 6s. 

Beerstraaten, " A Street in a Dutch Town," on panel, 16 x 20J (Denny), £^ 5s. 
Norwich School, " Woody Landscapes," a pair, on panel, 8J x ii (Leger), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 
Netscher, " An Interior," on panel, 17! x i3i (Cooke), ;£^ii iis. 
Morland, "A Sandy Road" and "A Landscape," a pair, 9^ x iij (Flower), 

j^IO 103. 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 

DRAWINGS. 
" Edward, Earl of Devonshire " (after More), and " Henry, Earl of South- 
ampton " (after Mierevelt), prints on the reverse (Renton), £1^ 2s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 
Amberger, C, " Portrait of a Gentleman," on panel, 19 x 14 (Wagner), £^2 is. 
Bles, H. De, " The Descent from the Cross," on panel, 13 x 10 (Wagner), 

£19 19s- 
Clara, " Fruit and Still Life," on copper, and " The Princess of Orange and the 

Stadtholders," etchings on ivory, a set of thirteen in one frame (Renton), 

£7 7s- 
Cock, H., " A Zeeland Peasant-Girl," 10 x 7i (Walker), £3 13s. 6d. 
Cranach, L., " Sophonisba, in rich costume," on panel, 19 x 13J (Quinto), 

David, G., " The Madonna," on panel, 24 x 18 (Guildhall, 1906) <Goodwyn), 

£'[7 SS- 
Dutch School, " Erasmus," 17 x 15 (Wheeler), £1 i5i. 



January 27, 1908. 59 

Elsheimer, A., " The Adoration of the Magi," 9 x 13 (Glen), £23 is. 

Flemish School, " Ecce Homo," on panel, central panel, 21 X 15 (Parsons), 

;£'22 IS. 

Flemish School, " The Crucifixion," 9x6 (Wail), £,2^ '^s- 
German School, " The Crucifixion," on panel, 8 X 255 (Wagner), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Heere, L. De, " Portrait of a Lady," on panel, 13 x 10 (Woodward), ;^io los. 
Heist, B. Van Der, " Portrait of a Gentleman," on panel, 40^ X 28 (Parsons), 

;^29 8s. 
Highmore, J., " Portrait of a Lady," 30 X 25 (Alford), ;^5 ss. 
Holbein, " Portrait of Bishop Cromwell," on panel, 15 x 113 (Shelley), ;^i2 12s. 
Imola, L De, " The Holy Family, with Saint Catherine," on panel, 25i x 20 

(Quinto), £t, 3s. 
Italian School, " Head of a Youth," on panel, 8x5 (Bolton), ;^s 55. 
Mierevelt, M. J., " Portrait of Catarina van Beverwijck," on panel, 26 X 33 

(Glen), ;^30 9s. 
Mierevelt, M. J., " Portrait of Prince Maurice of Nassau," 23J x igi (Max- 
well), £\s iss. 
Netscher, G., " Portrait of Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough," and " Portrait of 

John, Duke of Marlborough," a pair, 19 x 16 (Wagner), £2^ 3s. 
Rottenhamer, J., " The Adoration of the Shepherds," on copper, 61 circle 

(Coke), £t, 3s. 
Spanish School, " Portrait of a Boy," on copper, and " The Madonna and 

Child," on panel (Crome), £2 12s. 6d. 
Strauch, L., " Portrait of a Gentleman," on panel, 19 x 14 (St. Hense), 

£i^ 14s. 6d. 
Terburg, G., " Portrait of a Gentleman," on copper, cval, 11 x 9 (Maxwell), 

£- 7s ■ 

Umbrian School, " Christ with Four of the Apostles," on panel, 12J x 28 

(Bolton), £6 6s. 
Dyck Van School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 41 x 34 (Moore & Son), 

£(j 19s. 6d. 
Verspronck, C. J., " Portrait of a Gentleman," on panel, 24 x 18 (Maynard), 

;^I0 los. 

Wit, J. De, " Cuoids and Figures," grisaille, three in one frame (Leggatt), 

£S 8s. 
Zucchero, F., " Portrait of a Lady," on panel, 29 x 23 (Wylie & Lockhead), 

;6^I2 I2S. 



6o ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February 1, 1908. The following were sold by order of 
the executors of G. B. C. Leverson, Esq., deceased, late of 
18, Queensberry Place, S.W. : — 

DRAWINGS. 
Marion Chase, 1884, " Single Dahlias and Still Life," 13J x 17 (Williamson), 

;^II IIS. 

Duffield, M. E., " Arbutilon and Pelargoniums," 7i x 12 (Boyle), £2 12s. 6d. 
Haag, Carl, 1855, " Un Frate di St. Carlino," 13! X gi (Tooth), £2 12s. 6d. 
Moore, H., R.A., 1872, " Looking East at Sunset," 12 X 21J (Bowden), £iii 14s. 
Moore, H., R.A., 1872-3, " In the Llugwy Valley, 8j x igj (Bowden), 

£7 17s. 6d. 
Phillip, C. B., 1883, " The Matterhorn " and " The Gablehorn " (Hoddinott), 

;£;8 8s. 
Price, J., " Sunset : Hayward's Heath," 14 X 203 (Lister), ;^3 3s. 
Price, J., " Changing Pastures " and " A Brook in Kent " (Jackson), £n 4s. 
Price, J., " A Breezy Day near Ramsgate " and " S^hrimpers, Broadstairs " 

(Jackson), £1 11s. 6d. 
Walters, G. S., 1875, " On the Thames at Sonning," 16 x 26 (Lewin), £7 7s. 
fValters, G. S., 1875, " Sonning Weir on the Thames," 16 x 26 (Lewin), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 
Woodville, R. Caton, 1886, " Storming the Heights of Montmorency, 17S9," 

14 X 105 (Montgomerie), ;£J^n us. 
Woodville, R. Caton, 1887-9, " O" ^^^ Roofs in Morocco City," loj x 14 (Col. 

Leverson), £^ 4s. 

PICTURES. 

Berchem, " Figures and Animals," 22 x 29J (Streletskie), ;^3 153. 

Bromley, J. M., " The Village Pump," 9I x 115 (H. Harris), £s 5$. 

Couturier, Ph., " Mice and Cheese," on panel, 13 x i7i (Col. Lewin), ;^5 iSs. 6d. 

Dolci, C, " Saint Bruno," 25 x 20 (Enness), 12s. 

Fantin-Latour, H., 1889, " Bouquet Vari^," 19J x 24 (Obach), £30^ los. 

Glendening, A. A., 1874-5, " View in Surrey," 23J x 36 (Boyle), £5 53. 

Gordon, R. J., " The Love-Letter " and " The Terrace, Haddon," a pair, 

23 X isi (Lister), £^ 4s. 
King, Yeend, " The Bee-Hives," 36 x 27! (Lister), £S 8s. 
King, Yeend, " Boys by a Stream," on panel, 6j x lOj (Drake), £2 12s. 6d. 
Leighton, E. Blair, 1888, " To Arms," Royal Academy, 1888, 60 x 41 (Smith), 

;6^6o i8s. 
Leighton, E. Blair, 1886, " Too Near to be Pleasant," 30 x 15 (Permain), 

£23 2S. 
Leighton, E. Blair, " Une Matinee Musicale," on panel, 12J x 7i (Lister), 

;^l8 i8s. 

Leighton, E. Blair, 1889, " The End of the Summer," on panel, 13J x gi 

(Vokins), ;^23 2s. 
Leighton, E. Blair, 1889, " The First Robin," on panel, 13! x gj (Wallis), 

;^ii us. 
Ludovici, A., "The Wishing-well," 29! x 24 (A. Ward), £1 53. 
Ludovici, A., " The Heat," 6i x iif (Mullen), £4 4s. 



February i, 1908. 61 

Macallum, Hamilton, 1888, " One at a Time is Good Fishing," isi X 27i 

(Lewin), £2° 9^- 
Moore, H., R.A., 1874, " Morecambe Bay," iij X 2Si (Mitchell), ^^ gs. 
Moore, H., R.A., 1874, " A Breezy Day on the Cumberland Coast," 8 x i7i 

(Jackson), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 
Walters, G. S., 1875, " Sunset on the Maas," 74 X 42 (D. Lewin), ;£i9 19s. 
Wood, C. M., " Roses and Meadowsweet," 21 X 17 (Montgomerie), £2 2S. 
Woodville, R. Caton, 1888, " The Brains of the Army," 18J X 12J (Lister), 

;£jlO IDS. 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 

DRAWINGS. 
Boys, T. S. 1865, " Caen," 19J x 15^ (Vokins), £13 2S. 6d. 
Collier, T., 1878, " A View over a Common," 13 x 2oi (Gooden & Fox), 

;£^ii OS. 6d. 
Collier, T., " A Hampshire Common," 9 X 13 (Agnew), £^^ 13s. 
Cox, D., " Landscape," 7 x 95 (Bois), ;^ii lis. 
Cox, D., " Landscape," 7 X io| (Bois), £30 9s. 
Fielding, C, " Landscape," 7 x loj (Gooden & Foxl, £^3 is. 
Fulleylove, J., :88s, " Ludgate Hill," 19J X I2| (Bois), £7 7s. 
Hine, H. G., 1870, " Landscape," 6J X 10 (Wall), ;^I3 13s. 
Miiller, W., " An Eastern Soldier," 12 x 7J (Isaac), £1 iis. 6d. 
Mijller, W., "A Turkish Boy," 12J x 7J (Isaac), ;,^i is. 
Muller, W., " An Old Watermill," 18 x 12^ (Sampson), ^^9 19s. 6d. 
Miiller, W., " Hilly Landscape," 13 X 20^ (Sampson), £6 6s. 
Varley, J., 1811, "Landscape," 8J x 11 (Bois), ;^ii iis. 
Wint, P. de, " River Scene," 13 x i8J (Shelley), ;^17 17s. 
Wint, P. de, " Woody Road Scene," 11 x 17I (Bois), ;^42. 

DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 

DRAWINGS. 
Cole, Vicat, R..'\., 1890, " Land's End, Cornwall," 8J X 11 (Cubitt), ;^3 13s. 6d. 
Foster, Birket, " Bolton Abbey," 4^ x 7? (Jackson), £21. 
Carmichael, J. W., 1837, " Homeward Bound," gi x 13J (Bowden), £y 7s. 
Foster, W., " Feeding Poultry," lo X 14 (Clark), £y 17s. 6d. 
Hardy, T. B., 1879, " San Giorgio, Maggiore, Venice," 12IX9I (Mitchell), £6 6s. 
Hardy, T. B., 1893, " A Harbour Scene," 3 X S3 (Gooden & Fox), £2 3s. 
Wint, P. de, " A Lincolnshire Homestead," loj x 14 (Jackson), £6 6s. 
Smith, Carlton A., 1889, " Flowers that Fade," 20 x 13J (Eberle), ;^I4 3s. 6d. 
Hardy, T. B., 1885, " Off Greenwich," 24J x 41 (Grant), ;^33 12& 
Goodwin, A., " Carlisle," loj x 145 (Mullen), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 
Goodwin, A., " Hurstmonceau," y\ x gj (Vicars), ;^8 t8s. 6d. 
Cooke, E. W., R..^., " Shipping off the Coast," 7 x 10 (Lister), £4 4s. 
Benwell, J. A., 1865, " In the Land of Egypt," 15^^ x 21 (Jackson), £n 14s. 6d. 
Stanfield, C, R.A., " Leza and Renteria," 9J x iSJ, from the Artist's Sale, 

1876 (Bayley), ;^s 5s. 
Stanfield, C, R.A., 1851, " La Rochelle," i3i x igi (Bayley), ;^5 55. 
Stanfield, C, R.A., " At Ilfracombe " and " Evening, near Dort " (DrakeV 

£2 2S. 

Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1863, " A Funeral of an Old English Gentleman," 19 x 26 
(Harper), £54 12s. 



62 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



PICTURES. 

Sainton, C, " The Orchard," on panel, gf x S* (Misell, junior), £i ss. 
Heffner, K., " Views in Switzerland," a pair, 6x12 (Vicars), j£;i6 i6s. 
Caille, L., " Washing Day," on panel, I2i x g{ (Mullen), ^18 i8s. 
Thangue, H. H. La, A.R.A., " Nightfall in the Dauphinde," 39 x 25, New 

Gallery, 1892 (Sampson), £31 los. 
MacWhirter, J., R.A., " Loch Ranza, Arran," loj x 181 (Vicars), £g 19s. 6d. 
Adams, J. Clayton, " The Old Cottage Garden," 23^ x 17^ (Lister), ;^4 4s. 
Creswick, T., R.A., 1845, " The Winding of a River," 39I x 491, Royal 

Academy, 1845 (Mitchell), ^22 is. 
Lee, F. R., R.A., and Cooper, T. S., R.A., " Mountainous Landscape, with 

Cattle and Sheep," 49 X 63 (Mitchell), £,'38 17s 
Schlesinger, H., 1874, " A Spanish Beauty," 36 X 28 (Smith), £S 8s. 
Parton, Ernest, " A Mountain Pool," 47^ x 71J, Royal Academy, 1902 (Vicars), 

£''i 14s- 
Shayer, W., sen., " Coast Scene," 27 x 35 (.Savill), ^£742. 
Ansdell, R., R.A., " The Caledonian Coursing Meeting, with portarits of many 

well-known people and celebrated dogs," the Key sold with the picture, 

60J X 120 (Cross & Philipps), ;£r24i los. 
Shayer, W., sen., " A Fishing-Village," on panel, 13J x lyi (Gooden & Fox), 

;£86 2S. 

Schendel, P. Van, " A View on the Rhine," 9 x 12 (Matthews), £2 2S. 
Solomon, A., i860, " Drown'd, Drown'd," 50 x 73, Royal Academy, i860 

(Sampson), £5 153. 6d. 
(Neuhuys, J. A., 1869, " Listening to the Nightingale," on panel, 31 x 43 

(Sampson), ;^I7 17s. 
Goodall, W., 1864, " The Eel Stage," on panel, 153 X 23J (Sampson), £j\ 4s. 
Baxter, C, " A Bacchante," 23^ x 191 (Permain), ^,24 3s. 
Earl, G., " Changing Pastures," 42 x 73 (Sampson), £g 9s. 
Earl, G., " On the Way to Falkirk Tryst," 42 x 73 (Gooden & Fox), ;£7i6 i6s. 
Earl, G., 1893, " Going North " and " Coming South," a pair, 48 x 85 

(Sampson), £^6 4s. 

The following were sold by order of the administrators 
of Mrs. Edwin Long, deceased, late of " Kelston," 42, 
Netherhall Gardens, Finchley Road, N.W. 

PICTURES. 
Long, E., R.A., " Studies of Heads, at Baalbec, Damascus, Cairo and Tangier," 

a set of six, 17 x i2i (Porter), £s 15s. 6d. 
Long, E., R.A., " Studies of Heads " (Lewis), £8 8s. 
Long, E., R.A., " A Spanish Peasant " and " A Spanish Gipsy," a pair, 

'7i X I3i (Anderson), £ji lis. 
Long, E., R.A., 1862, " Spanish Beggars," 28J x 23^ (Jackson), £5 5s. 
Long, E., R.A., " A Man in Armour," 21 x 15 (Anderson), £g 19s. 6d. 
Long, E., R.A., 1891, " A Madonna," 235 x 193 (Lewis), ;^t3 13s. 
Long, E., R.A., 1862, " A Muleteer's Courtship," 45 x 31 (Eberle), ;^24 3s. 
Long, E., R.A., 1886, " A Canadian Type of Beauty," 49 x 33 (Mullen), £50 8s. 
Long, E., R.A., 1886, " Portrait of Cardinal Manning," 50 x 40, Royal 

Academy, 1887 (Lewis), ;£726 5s. 
Long, E., R.A., " An Egyptian Priestess," 50 x 25 (Lewis), ;^3o 9s. 



February i, 1908. 63 

Lijng, E., R.A., " The Surrender of Breda," a copy of the picture by Velasquez 

at Madrid, 49 X 69 (Anderson), £ia los. 
L)ng, E., R.A., 1889, " Preparing for the Festvial of Anubis," 4a x 60, Royal 

Academy, 1889 (Sampson), £-3 12s. 
Lmg, E., R.A., " Pharaoh's Daughter, the Finding of Moses," 78 X 109, Royal 

Academy, 1886 (Quick), £-\-\i- 
Long, E., R.A., 1888, " The Crown of Justification," 72 x 144, Royal Academy, 

1888 (Sampson), ;^i57 10s. 
Long, E., R.A., 1891, "The Parable of the Sower," loi X 203 (Sampson), 

The following were sold by order of the executors of 

Mrs. Hannah Entwisle, deceased, late of " The Oaks," 

Sunninghill, Berks : — 

DRAWINGS. 

Naftel, P. J., 1874, " Mountainous River Scene," 12 X 27 (Bowden), £6 16s. 6d. 
Longastre, De, " Portrait of a Gentleman " and " Portrait of a Lady," pastels, 
a pair, oval, 25 x 21 (Richardson), ;^5 Ss. 

MODERN PICTURES. 
Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1861, " The Bay of Carthagena," 17 x 26 (Lister), £g gs. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1854, " Four Cows in a Meadow," 25^^ x 355 (Lister), £42. 
Dawson, H., 1861, " View off a Port," on panel, 9J x 13j (Hardcastle), £jj 13s. 
Frith, W. P., R.A., 1863, "Measuring Heights: Vicar of Wakefield," 

27^ X 35j (Sampson), £178 los. 
Frith, W. P., R.A., " Dolly Varden," 25J x 21J (Bois), £^2 lis. 
Gale, W., " Peasants and Priest," on panel, 95 x 7J (M. Joseph, senior), ;^3 3s. 
Gale, W., " Head of a Child," on panel, 4^ x 35 (Grigg), j£74 4s. 
Linnell, J., sen., " Hilly Landscape," on panel, 14 x 21J (^25 4s. 
Miiller, W., " An Undershot Mill, near Llanelly," 335 x 53 (Hardcastle), 

;^I57 lOS. 

Nicol, Erskine, A.R.-'X., 1852, " Fare an' ounty. How it 's Powerin ! Phew, 

There's more of it," lo x yi (Clark), £10^. 
Phillip, J., R.A., 1864, " A Tambourine Girl," 29 x 24J (Wallis), £sy 15s. 
Smith, G., 1855, " The Orange-Boy," on panel, 5I x 75 (.Hardcastle), ^4 14s. 6d. 
Solomon, A., 1859, " Rival Beauties," on panel, 16 x 24 (Mitchell), ;f 12 12s. 
Solomon, A., "The Lion in Love," Old Fable, 115 x i3i (Leggatt), ;^i8 i8s. 
Stanfield, C, R.A., 1852, " Rochelle Lighthouse," 20J x 31J (Lister), ;^3i los. 
Verboeckhoven, E., 1855, " The King of the Desert," 46! x -i (Vicars), £iy 17s. 
Verboeckhoven, E., " Ewes, Lambs and Poultry," on panel, 26J x 33J (Bowden), 

;,^I68. 

Verboeckhoven, E., 1858, " Winter Landscape," on panel, 6| x 9I (Gooden & 

Fox), j£;is iss. 
Ward, E. M., R.A., " Head of a Turk," iij x qJ (Haigh), £2 2s. 

OLD PICTURES. 
Artois, J., " Woody Landscape," 37 x 535 (Hardcastle), ;^io los. 
Canaletto, A., " Santa Maria della Salute " and " The Doge's Palace, Venice," 

a pair, 23 X 365 (Lesser), ;^i3i 5s. 
Claude, " Valley Scene," 281 x 38 (Buttrey), ;^37 i6s. 
Coello, C, " Portrait of Don John of Austria," 64 x 424 (Roe), £21 ids. 



64 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Cuyp, A., " Hilly Landscape," on panel, 26 x 35 (Douglas), ;f^588. 
Cuyp, A., " Frozen River Scene,'' on panel, 18 x 25^ (Wall), ^£^273. 
Holme, E., " Portrait of Handel," on copper, oval, 4J x 3I (Shelley), £2 153. 6d. 
Loutherbourg, P. J. de, R.A., " Mountainous River Scene," 38 x soj (Hard- 
castle), ;{rio los. 
Luini, " The Madonna and Child, with a Saint," on panel, 37J X 27I (Gooden & 

Fox), £^7 5s. 
Moucheron, " Hilly Landscape," 32J x 25 (Hardcastle), ;^io los. 
Neefs, P., " Interior of a Church," on panel, 27 x 43 (Hill), £84. 
Parry, J., *' Village Fair," 27^ X 37 (Hardcastle), ;£:i6 i6s. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Portrait of Miss Lettice Patten," second daughter of 

Thomas Patten, Esq., 50 x 40 (Cohen), ;^iis los. 
Ruysdael, J., " The Outskirts of a Town," 29J X 39 (Cohen), ;^ioS. 
Stark, " Woody Landscape," 24I x 34i (H. Smith), ^£^26 55. 
Steen, " A Courtyard, with figures and poultry," 40J X 31 (Frendenthal), £$ 5s. 
Teniers, D., " The Archduke Albert and the Archduchess of Austria, in a picture 

Gallery," 365 X 48 (Parsons), £g6 12s. 
Teniers, " The Prodigal Feasting " and " Dispensing Charity," a pair, 26 X 34 

(Hardcastle), :^2i. 
Teniers, " Figures Merrymaking outside a Cottage," ig| x 28J (Buttrey), 

;675 I2S. 
Towne, C, " Woody River Scene," 95 X 95 (Hardcastle), ;^ii iis. 
Towne, C, 1821, " Mountainous River Scene," 28J x 35J (Hardcastle), ;£^2i. 
Vernet, J., " A Bay Scene, with buildings, boats, and fisherfolk," 49 x 69 

(Hardcastle), £1 los. 
Vernet, J., " A Coast Scene, with figures embarking," 28! x 38^ (Hardcastle), 

;£'22 IS. 

Wilson, R., R.A., " An Indian River Scene," 25! x 31 (Permain), ;£j6o i8s. 
Wright, J. (of Derby), " An Explosion at Rome," 48 x 38 (Permain), £2. 



February 8, 1908. 65 



February 8, 1908. The following were sold by order of 
His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, K.G. : — 

DRAWINGS. 

Haydon, B. R., " Edward the Black Prince and King John of France," 

120 X 143 (Blake), j^i is. 
Telbin, W., " Lago Maggiore " and " An Italian Lake Scene," Tempera, a 

pair, unframed, iii X 64 (Sampson), £^ 4s. 
Telbin, W., " Rome," Tempera, unframed, 109 X 67 (S.impson), £2 2S. 
Telbin, W., " St. Angelo, Rome," and " .-V House in the Campagna," Tempera, 

a pair, unframed, 34 X 40 (Sampson), ;^3 3s. 
Telbin, W., " Florence " and " Tivoli," Tempera, a pair, 42 x 36 (Sampson), 

£9 95- 

MODERN PICTURES. 

" Cavalry " and " A Sketch for the Bucentaur," grisaille (Blake), los. 6d. 
Bendemann, E., " The Jews in Babylon," arched top, 71 x 107 (Lister), ;/rio loa 
Panby, F., A.R.A., " Pharaoh and his Host Overwhelmed in the Red Sea," 

57 X 94, International Exhibition, 1862, Burlington House, 1875 (Sampson), 

£n 14s. 
Deane, C, " View on the Thames," 34^ x 48 (Gooden x Fox), £2^ 2S. 
Ueane, C, " View of Chelsea from the River," 32x50 (Gooden & Fox), £iS iSs. 
Etty, W., R..^., " The World before the Flood," 55 x 77, International 

Exhibition, 1862 (Sidney), ^^241 los. 
Heuss, F., 1842, " Portrait of Lady Constance Gertrude Leveson-Gower," 

65 X 47i (Sampson), ^3 3s. 
Hofland, T. C, " A Ship in Distress off Scarborough," 41 x 60, International 

Exhibition, 1862 (J. Phillips), £6 6s. 
Lacount, G. G., " A Fruit-Girl," 40 x 31 (Sampson), £^ 5s. 
Pollack, L., " .^n Italian Girl and Child," 29 x 24 (Sampson), £1 us. 6d. 
Pollack, L., " An Italian Shepherd-Boy," 29 x 24 (Sampson), £.2 2s. 
Pollack, L., " The Return," 38 x 29 (Sampson), ;/73 3s. 
Rheberg, " Cain," 99 x 78 (Smith), £1 is. 
Rogers, P. H., 1829, " Scene near St. Servan's, Coast of Brittany," 22^ x 31 

(Munn), ;£^io los. 
Stanfield, C, R.A., " The Doge's Palace, and The Piazetta of St. Mark's, 

Venice," unframed, 96 X 91 (Sampson), £^36 los. 
Stanfield, C, R..^., " The Bridge of Sighs, Venice," unframed, 96 x 91 (Robson), 

£i52 ss. 
Stanfield, C, R.A., " The Dogana, and Santa Maria della Salute, Venice," 

unframed, 96 x 91 (Robson), £173 5s. 
Stanfield, C, R.A., "On the Lagoons, Venice," unframed, 96 x 91 (J. Roe), 

£5i I2S. 

Stanfield, C, R..\., " Buildings on a Canal, Venice," unframed, 96 x 33 
(Robson), ;^23 2s. 

EARLY ENGLISH PICTURES 
" The Nun," 76 x 57 (Cohen), ;^23 2S. 

" Portrait of the Rt. Hon. Thomas Grenville," 29 x 24 (Gooden & Fox), ;{riio 5s. 
" Portrait of a Gentleman, in Armour," 29 x 24 (T. Permain), £8 8s. 
Alston, W., " The Angel Uriel," heroic size, unframed, 97 x 78 (Nodskon), 15s. 

F 



66 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Barber, T., " Portrait of Dr. Woodhouse, Dean of Lichfield," 49^ X sgi (T. 

Permain). ;£r6 6s. 
Barker, T., " Tivoli," 40 x 35 (Shepherd), ;^i6 16s. 
Dahl, M., " Portrait of Queen Mary, wife of William III.," 49 x 39 (Wallis), 

£21- 

Dobson, W. (after), " Portrait of Sir William Compton," by Emil Wehrschmidt, 

88 X 57 (Parsons), ;^i6 i6s. 
Haydon, B. R., 1833, " Devotion," 29J x 24^ (Whale), ;^3 3s. 
Haydon, B. R., " Cassandra Prophesying the Death of Hector," 7a x 56 (Pole), 

Howard, H., R.A., " Aurora Sunrise," 43 X 555 (Sampson), ;£^io los. 

Jackson, J., R.A., " Portrait of George Granville Leveson-Gower, first Duke of 

(Sutherland," 29 X 24^ (Parsons), ;£^I3 13s. 
Jackson, J., R.A., " The Infant Moses," 24! X 29i (T. Permain), £2 2S. 
Kneller, Sir G., " Portrait of a Lady," 50 x 54 (T. Permain), ;£;29 8s. 
Kneller, Sir G., " Portrait of Queen Anne," 48 x 38i (Agnew), ;^S4 128. 
Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Portrait of the Duchess of Norfolk," 30 x 25, from 

the Artist's Sale, 1831 (Cohen), ;£;86i. 
Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A. (after), " Portrait of Elizabeth, Countess of Grosvenor," 

by H. W. Pickersgill, R.A., 29 x 24! (Partridge), ;£;2S2. 
Lely, Sir P., " Portrait of Anne Hyde, Duchess of York," 29 x 33i (Howard), 

£35 14s- 
Lely, " Portrait of Barbara Villiers, Duchess of Cleveland," oval, 23i x 18J 

(Col. Quin), ;iji5 iss. 
Murray, T., " Portrait of Lady Jane Gordon," 31J x 24J (Rutley), £n^ 21. 
Phillips, T., 1808, " Venus and Adonis," 44 x ssi (Rutley), ;^44 2s. 
Rigaud, J. F., R.A., " Portrait of Shakespeare," 29J x 24J (Parsons), ;^i8 iSs. 
Westall, R., R.A., 1806, " Christ Appearing to Mary Magdalene," 45 x $6 

(Nash), £3 3s. 
Westall, R.A., " Eli and the Infant Samuel," 40 x 28J (P. Parsons), p£^ii iis. 
Wootton, J., " Portrait of a Racehorse, with View of Newmarket Racecourse," 

108 X 146 (Turner), £52 los. 
Wootton, J., " Portrait of a White Hunter," loS x 146 (J. W. Richardson), 



£5 Ss. 



PICTURES BY OLD MASTERS. 



DUTCH AND FLEMISH SCHOOLS. 
" Portrait of Thomas Radclifle, third Earl of Sussex, and fourth Baron 

Fitzwalter, K.G.," 83 x 54 (Curfax & Co.), £152 :s. 
" Portrait of a Gentleman," 87 x 55 (Parsons), ;^44 2s. 
" Portrait of a Gentleman," on panel, 303 x 24 (Parsons), ;£^io los. 
" Portrait of a Man, in Armour," 39 x 25 (Engelback), £3 13s. 6d. 
" Portrait of Cromwell, Earl of Essex," inscribed, a. d.m. 1533 aetatis 74, on 

panel, 20j x i6i (Howard), £ns los. 
" Portrait of Robert Dudley, Earl of Warwick, and Duke of Northumberland," 

on panel, 17J X 14 (Watney), £^2 los. 
" Portrait of Robert Cecil, First Earl of Salisbury," on panel, 35! x 29J 

(Parsons), ;^i8 i8s. 
" Portrait of a Gentleman," on panel, 21 x 16 (Parsons), £8 8s. 
Artois, J., and Lingelbach, J., " Woody Landscape," 52 x 70 (T. Permain), 

;6^I0 los. 

Berghem, N. (after), " Hilly Landscape," 48 x 72 (Streletskie), £j 3s. 



February 8, 1908. 67 



Bosschaert, T. Willeborts, " Peace : An Allegory," 68 x 97 (Hodgkins), £g^ los. 

Dou, G., " Portrait of the Artist," 27^ x 23 (Partridge), ^£^283 los. 

Fyt, J. (after), " A Mastifl Chained," 22 x 25 (Parsons). £1 is. 

Man, C. de, " A Dutch Whaling Station," signed, and dated 1639, 4ii X 79 

(Douglas), £31 los. 
Rubens, P. P., " Portrait of Philip IV. of Spain, mounted on horseback," 

96 X 845 (see Smith's " Catalogue Raisonn^, p. 240-1, No. 824) (Cohen), 

£126 lOS. 
Dyck, Sir A. Van, " Portrait of a Gentleman, mounted on horseback," 103 x 65, 

Grosvenor Gallery, 1886-7 (Partridge), ;£72,205. 
Dyck, Van, " Portrait of Sir Algernon Percy, tenth Earl of Northampton," 

49 X 39 (Nicholson), ;£riis los. 
pyck. Van, " Portrait of a Gentleman, in Armour," 90 x 70 (Nicholson), 

;^57 15s- 
Dyck, Sir A. Van (after), " Portrait of Charles 1.," by H. Stone, 26i x ai 

(Rutley), £52 los. 
Wit, J. de, " Amorini Sporting with a Goat," grisaille, 2Si x 42 (Leggatt), 

£27 6s. 

ITALIAN SCHOOL. 

" The Madonna," 24 x 19 (Cohen), £4 4s. 

" The Marriage of St. Catherine," 104 X 71 (Parsons), ;^io los. 

" Portrait of Don Garcia Saemiento," 84 x 54 (Parsons), £^y 15s. 

Bassano, " Noah's .'\rk," 37 x 52 (Gooden & Fox), ^^31 los. 

Carracci, A., " Saint Margaret," 84 x 51 (Phillips), ;^2i. 

Cimaroli, G., " Hilly River Scenes," a pair, 24J x 29J (Del Mar), £8 8s. 

Domenichino, " River Scene," 23 x 31 (Rutley), £^ 5s. 

Domenichino (after), " A Group " from " The Flagellation of Saint Andrew," 

in the church of St. Gregorio, Rome, by Silvagni, 105 X 61 (Whale), £j is. 
Feti, Domenico, " Head of John the Baptist," 27J x 32 (Blake), los. 6d. 
Guercino, " Saint Gregory," 116 X83 (Faudel Phillips), ;^367 los. 
Guido (after), " A Group," from " The Crucifixion of Saint Andrew," in the 

church of St. Gregorio, Rome, by Silvagni, 104 x 68 (Del Mar), £2 2s. 
Mola, P. F., " Venus Landing at the Isle of Cytherea," 47 x 67 (T. Permain), 

£15 iSs. 
Parmigiano (after), " Portrait of the Artist," 37J x 28 (Nicholson), £g gs. 
Pordenone, " Portrait of a Man," 37^ x 28 (T. Permain), ;^8 8s. 
Raffaelle, " Madonna della Saggiola," 33 x 25^ (Howard), ;^3 13s. 6d. 
Raflfaelle (after), " The Salutation," 44 x 28 (Gooden & Fox), ;^3i los. 
Sarto, Andrea del, " The Madonna and Child, with Saint John," on panel, 

56 X 48 (Partridge), ^£7682 los. 
Titian, " Saint Jerome," 6ij x 43 (Nicholson), ^29 8s. 
Varotari, A. (called II Padovanino), " Jephtha's Daughter," 77 x 64 (Lake), 

;£-6 6s. 
Vecchio, Palma, " The Holy Family," 30 x 34 (Renton), £8 8s. 
Veronese, P., " A Pieti," arched top, 87 x 98 (Blake), £^^ 2s. 
Veronese, " Portrait of a Lady," 25i x 20 (Shelley), ;^i2 12s. 
Veronese, P. (after), " The Rape of Europa," 35^ x 46} (Joyner), £$ 5s. 

FRENCH SCHOOL. 
" Portrait of the Dauphine, mother of Louis Seize," 21J x 18 (Howard), 

£54 "S. 
Claude (after), " Landscape," by G. Maldura, 38 x 28 (Port), £2 2S. 

F 2 



68 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Champagne, P. De, " Portrait of Cardinal Riclielieu," 25^ x 21 (Rutley), 

;^1IS IDS. 

Patel, A. T., " Landscape," signed, and dated 1700, 363 x 43 (Tagent), £^'j 7s. 

SPANISH SCHOOL. 

" A Peasant Woman," 46 x 36 (Philpot), £0,2. 

Murillo, B. E., " Portrait of Archbishop Ambrosio Ignacio Spinola," 35 X 25 
(See Curtis's " Velasquez and Murillo," p. 299, No. 475) (T. Permain), £,(yi. 



February 12, 1908. 69 



February 12, 1908. Etchings and engravings, the 
property of Mrs. T. S. Kennedy, of Bridge House, 
Wetherby, Yorks : — 

" Charles James Fox," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Jones (Rimell), iss. 
" The Temple of Jupiter," after J. M. W. Turner, by J. Pye, first state 
(Bathy), £3 55. 

A. DURER. 

" The Nativity " (B. 2) (Colnaghi), £26 7s. 

" Christ Expiring on the Cross " (B. 24) (Sotheran), £2 15s. 

" The Two Angels Holding the Sudarium " (B. 25) (Obach), £^. 

" The Virgin on the Crescent " (B. 32) (Gutekunst), £8 i8s. 6d. 

" The Virgin Crowned by Two Angels " (B. 39) and " Another " (Obach), 

£27 6s. 
" The Virgin and Child, with a Monkey " (B. 42) (Sabin), ;£:i8 i8s. 
" Saint Antoine " (B. 58) (Gutekunst), ;^I5 15s. 
" Saint Hubert," (B. 57) (Dunthorne), £21. 
" Melancholia " (B. 74) (Colnaghi), ;^78 155. 
" The Cannon " (B. gg) (Gutekunst), £s 5S. 
" Philippe Melancthon " (B. 105) (Maggs), £2 3s. 
" The Knight and the Lady " (B. 94) (Dunthorne), ;^i6 i6s. 
" The Coat-of-.\rms, with the Cock " (B. 100) (Obach), ;£;io los. 
" The Offer of Love " (B. 93) and " Erasmus, of Rotterdam " (B. 107) 

(Dunthorne), ;£,24 3s. 
" The Virgin, seated with the Infant Christ and Saint John " (B. 102) and 

" Hercules " (B. 127) (Maggs), £4 4s. 

FROM TURNER'S " LIBER STUDORIUM." 

" The Frontispiece " (Ward), £1 is. 

" Rispah," second state (Gunn), los. 6d. 

" Lake of Thun," first state (Dunthorne), £g gs. 

" Hindhead Hill," second state (Ward), £;i 15s. 

" Inverary Pier, Loch Fyne," second state (Ward), £g gs. 

" Procris and Cephalus," first state (Rimell), ;^ii iis. 

" Pembury Mill, Kent," first state (Smith), ;^5 5s. 

" Twickenham : Pope's Villa," first state (Ward), ;£Ji6 16s. 

" The Calm," third state (Ward), £g gs. 

"The Egremont Sea-Piece," first state (Dunthorne), /."ii iis. 

" Mount St. Gothard," engraver's proof, fine (Ward), ,A3j 12s. 

" Junction of the Severn and Wye," first state (Ward), ^"15 15s. 

" Crypt of Kirkstall Abbey," first state (Parsons), £g gs. 

" Isis," engraver's proof, fine (Ward), £;i6 15s. 



OTHER PROPERTIES. 

FROM TURNER'S " LIBER STUDIORUM." 
' Flint Castle : Vessels Unloading " (R. 4), fir«:t published state (Ward), 

;£ril OS. 6d. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



" Mount St. Gothard " (R. 9), first published state (Maggs), ;£^ii os. 6d. 

" Coast of Yorkshire, near Whitby " (R. 24) (Dunthorne), £& 8s. 

" Marine Dabblers " (R. 29), first published state (Smith), ;^3 3s. 

" Winchelsea, Sussex " (R. 42), first published state (Ward), £7 17s. 6d. 

" Dunblane Abbey, Scotland " (R. 56), first published state (Parsons), £5 153. 6d. 

D. Y. CAMERON. 

" The Forth " (Parsons), £^ 5s. 

" Haddington " (Connell), £8 8s. 
" Cambuskenneth " (Obach), £S i8s. 6d. 
" Tayside " (Moggs), £8 i8s. 6d. 
"The Rembrandt Farm" (Obach), ;£rii iis. 
" A Dutch Farm " (Agnew), £<) 19s. 6d. 
" Rue des Filles Dieu, Angers " (Connell), ^12 12s. 
" St. Laumer, Blois " (Connell), ;^42. 
" North Porch, Harfleur," first state (Connell), ;£?26 5s. 
" The Workshop " (Parsons), ;£^2i. 

" Harfleur : The North Porch," first state, framed (Connell), ;£.2i. 
" The Workshop," framed (Connell), ;^I9. 
" The Inn, Purfieet," etching by Sir F. Seymour Haden, second state (Phillips), 

£3 3s- 
" Dusty Millers," by Sir F. Seymour Haden, trial proof (Phillips), £^ 14s. 6d. 
" Greenwich," by Sir F. Seymour Haden, third trial proof (Dunthorne), £ig 19s. 
" Washing-Day, Chartres," etching by A. H. Haig (Cross), £4 4s. 
" La Marchande de Moutarde " and " Reading in Bed," etchings by J. M. 

Whistler (Agnew), £^ los. 
" The Title to the French Set," by J. M. Whistler, and " Portrait of Whistler,' 

by P. Thomas, proof before the title (Phillips), £^ 4s. 
" Rembrandt," with a flat cap and slashed vest; and the same, with the feather 

(two impressions), etchings by Rembrandt (Phillips), £1 us. 6d. 



In the Folio. 

■' Girl and Pigs," after Gainsborough, by R. Earlom (Lausen), £1 15s. 

*' Cottage-Girl Shelling Peas " and " Village-Girl Gathering Nuts," after Bigg, 

by P. W. Tomkins, a pair, in bistre (Agnew), ;^2i. 
* Saturday Morning," after Bigg, by Tomkins, printed in colours (Sabin), 

£g 19s. 6d. 
■' Lais," after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, printed in colours, uncut margin 

(Leggait), £1 los. 
" Nymph and Satyr " and " Cymon and Iphigenia," after Cipriani, by M. Bovi, 

a pair, printed in colours (Yeulett), £1 is. 
" Nymphe Bless^e " and " Pens^e d'Amour," by Chapponnier, and " Venus 

Conduite," by Ruotte, printed in colours (Leggatt), £2. 
" Les Grdces Enchain^es par I'Amour," by Touvenin, in colours, and 6 others of 

the French School (Leggatt), £2. 
" Mrs. Siddons," after Sir J. Reynolds, stipple, by F. Haward (Grant), 

£2 12s. 6d. 
" Children Bathing " and " Juvenile Retirement," after J. Hoppner, R.A., by 

J. Ward, a pair (Sabin), ;^136 los. 
" Feeding the Pigs " and " The Return from Market," after G. Morland, by 

J. R. Smith, a pair (Lausen), ;^i6 16s. 



February 12, 1908. 71 



' 'Cecilia,' " after J. Hoppner, stipple, by J. Baldrey (Parsons), los. 6<3. 

' The Hon. Anne Darner," after A. Kauffman," by T. Ryder, in colours, 

" H.R.H. the Duke of York " (whole length), after J. Hopner, by C. 

Hedges, and " The Misers," after Q. Matsys, by R. Earlom (Yeulet), £i is. 
Lord Nelson," after Bowyer, by VV. Bromley, open letter proof (Lausen), £1 8s. 
' Portrait of Rembrandt," after himself, by C. Turner, open letter proof, and 

" Rembrandt's Wife," after Rembrandt, by R. Earlom (Maggs), £8 8s. 
' Mr. Girrick " as " Abel Drugger," after Zollany, by J. Dixon, " Mr. 

Bannister, junr.," after de Wilde, by J. R. Smith, and " Another," after 

Hogarth (Trad), £7 7s. 
' Dr. James Beattie," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Watson, and " Lucy 

Cooper,' after Van der Myn, by R. Purcell (Cross), £:} 3s. 
' The Stafford Children," after Sir E. Landseer, by S. Cousins (Cross), 

£,3 13s. 6d. 
' A Visit to ;he Grandfather," after J. R. Smith, by E. Dayes, and " A Visit 

to the Graidmother," after J. Northcote, by J. R. Smith (Keefe), £4 14s. 6d. 
' The Duchess of Ancaster," whole length, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Dixon, 

and " Mas':er Herbert," as " Bacchus," after ditto, by J. R. Smith 

(Crossley), ;(Jio los. 
' Lady Stanhop»," whole length, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Watson, and 

" Mrs. Yates" after Zoffany (Crossley), £5 5s. 
' The Duchess o: Marlborough and Daughter," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. 

Watson (Maggs), £5 15s. 6d. 
' The Credulous Lady and Astrologer," after J. R. Smith, by Bartolozzi, 

printed in colours (Young), £8 8s. 
' Christ Healing the Sick " (" The Hundred-Guilder Print " before the retouch), 

and the " Reprirt," by Capt. Baillie (Dunthorne), £n 14s. 
' Lieut.-Col. Tarletcn," after Sir J. Reynolds (whole length), by J. R. Smith 

(Parsons), £16 5-. 6d 
' The Watercress-Girl," after J. Zoffany, by J. R. Smith (Agnew), ;^i9 19s. 
' Thomas Henchman," after J. Northcote, by S. W. Reynolds, and " A Visit 

to the Grandmother," " Attention " and " Expectation," after Bunbury, by 

Gardiner, a pair, stipple (Billington), £2 2S. 
' The Seasons," smal plates, aft^r Wheatley and Westall, stipple, by Bartolozzi, 

a set of four (Wa^delin), Tos. 
' Winter," after Wheatley, by Bartolozzi (Bond), ;^5 59. 
' The Shipwrecked Siilor Boy " and " The Sailor Boy's Return," after Bigg, by 

Orme, a pair, in :olours (Costa), £6 6s. 
' David Garrick," after T. Hudson, by J. Dixon (Gunn), los. 6d. 
' Duchess of Cumberland," whole length, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Watson, 

second state (Huggins), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 
' The Marlborough Family," large plate, after Sir J. Reynolds, by C. Turner 

(Smith), ;^I9 igs. 
' Master Hope," after Sir T. Lawrence, P.R.A., by S. Cousins, R..\., second 

state Young), £2 3s. 
' Mrs. Wolff," after Sir T. Lawrence, P.R.A., by S. Cousins, R.A. (Spencer), 

' Lady Ebver and Child," after Sir T. Lawrence, P.R.A., by S. Cousins, R.A. 

(Spencer), £6 i6s. 6d. 
'The Sunshine of Love," after J. Raoux, by S. Cousins, R.A., first published 

state (Maggs), £64 is. 



72 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

" Master Lambton," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins (Gunn), £8 8s. 

" Lady Acland and Children," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins (Vicars), 

•■ Lady Heathcote," after R. Cosway, by J. Agar, printed in colours (Barwise), 

;^1I OS. 66. 

" Mrs. Russel Manners," after Strockling, by R. Cooper, tinted, open letter 

proof (Gooden & Fox), £2 12s. 6d. 
" Mrs. Fitzherbert," after R. Cosway, by J. Cond^, printed in colours (Sabin), 

;^1IS IDS. 

" Jane, Countess of Harrington and Children," after Sir J. Reynolds, by 

Bartolozzi, printed in colours, " Lady Smyth and Children," after Sir J. 

Reynolds, by Bartolozzi, printed in colours (Weil), ;£^i62 15s. 
" The Duchess of Devonshire " and " Lady Duncannon," after Downman, by 

Bartolozzi, printed in colours (Weil), jCS^i- 
" Mrs. Mills," after Engleheart, by J. R. Smith, printed in colours (Pearce), 

£^3 13s- 
" Lady Hamilton," as the " Spinster," after G. Romney, by T. Cheesman, 

first published state (Pearce), ;^2i. 
" Rural Amusement " and " Rustic Employment," after G. Morland, by J. R. 

Smith, a pair, printed in colours (Agnew), £ig i8s. 
" Lady Hamilton " as a " Bacchante," proof, printed in colours (Brown), £1 is. 
" William Innes " " To the Society of Golfers at Blackheath," after L. F. 

Abbott, by V. Green (Ellis & Smith), ;^28 7s. 
" The Duchess of Bedford," after J. Hoppner, R.A., by S. W. Reynolds, second 

published state (Sinclair), £^^ 2S. 
" The Thatcher," after Morland, by W. Ward, printed in colours, and " One," 

after Hogarth (Lausen), £^ 15s. 6d. 
" Pointers and Setters," after Morland and Sartorius, by W. Ward, a pair 

(Pollard), ;£'22 IS. 
" The Warrener," after Morland, by W. Ward, etched letter proof (Leggatt), 

£S2 los. 
" Drinking Well " and " Dipping Well in Hyde Park," alter E. Dayes, a pair 

(Martin), £2 3s. 
" St. James's Park," after Morland, printed in colours (Bird), £2 12s. 6d. 
" Going to Market " and " Selling Poultry," after Wheat'ey, printed in colours 

(Martin), £8 8s. 
" Oliver Cromwell," after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, printed in colours (Young), 

£2 iss. 
" Miss Nelly O'Brien," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Wilson (Savile), £y ys. 
" Liston," as " Paul Pry," after Hayter, by T. Lupton (Grant), £1 is. 
Cries of London, after Wheatley : " Chairs to Mend " and " Sweet China 

Oranges " (Maggs), £6 6s. 
Ditto : " Fresh-Gathered Peas " and " New Mackerel " (Gunn), £6 6s. 
Ditto : " Knives and Scissors to Grind," " Milk Below, Maids," and " Scarlet 

Strawberries " (Gunn), £8 i8s. 6d. 
Ditto : " Duke Cherries," by A. Cardon, etched letter proof (Sotheran), £^ ^s. 
Ditto, " A New Love-Song," by A. Cardon, etched letter proof (Maggs), £^ 4s. 
Ditto : " Turnips and Carrots," by T. Gaugian (Maggs), £g 19s. 6d. 
" Innocent Recreation " and " Animal Affection," after Miller, by Bonnefoy, a 

pair, printed in colours (Yeulett), £1 55. 
" A Sleeping Nymph," after Opie, by P. Simon, printed in colours (Young), 

£1 SS- 
" Innocent Mischief " and " Innocent Revenge," after R. Westall, by C. Josi, 

a pair, printed in colours (Baxter), ;^6 6s. 



February 12, 1908. 73 



" Louisa," after G. Morland, by T. Gaugain, printed in colours (Parker), £^ 4s. 
' A View of Grosvenor Square " and " A View of Queen Square," after E. 

Dayes, by R. Pollard, coloured aquatints (Rimell), ;£Jio los. 
' Feeding the Pigs " and " The Return from Market," after Morland, by J. R. 

Smith (Rayner), £& i8s. 6d. 
' The Angler's Repast," after Morland, by W. Ward (Gunn), £:, 55. 
' Compassion," after Morland, by J. Jenner, proof (Parker), j^S ss. 
' Le Marchand de Lunettes," after Le Prince, by Hilman, " Plaisir Pastoral," 

after VVatteau, and one after Lancret (Rimell), £,2. 
' Etchings " by Bartolozzi, after Albano, and two, after Rowlandson, in colours 

(Gunn), £5 ss. 
' Lady Anne Dawson " and " Lady Fortescue," after Reynolds, by McArdell, 

and two others (Davis), £2. 
' Girl with a Lamb," after Reynolds, by E. Jenkins, projf (Ellis Smith) ,£2 2S. 
' Clara," " Cowslip," " Fanny " and " Rosebud," by and after J. R. Smith, 

a set of four (Block), £2 2S. 
' The Hon. Miss Bingham," after Sir J. Reynolds, by F. Bartolozzi, in colours 

(Waydelin), £ig igs. 
' The Snake in the Grass," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. R. Smith, printed in 

colours (Smith), /ri4 14s. 
' The Ladies Yorke," after Sir J. Reynolds, by E. Fisher, " Mrs. Blake," as 

" Juno," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Dixon (Parsons), £2 155. 
' David Garrick," after Gainsborough, by V. Green, second state (Gunn), los. 6d. 
' George, Prince of Wales," after Gainsborough, by J. R. Smith (Gooden & Fox), 

£^ SS. 
' Miss Harriet Mellon," whole length, mezzotint (Maggs), £6 6s. 
' Feeding Ducks," after Hamilton, by C. Knight, and " Guy Fawkes," after 

Hamilton, printed in colours (Yeulett), £1 153. 
' Summer " and " Spring," after Wheatley and Westall, by Bartolozzi (Gunn), 

los. 
' Duchess of Devonshire and Lady Duncannon," after A. Kauffman, by 

Dickinson, in red (Smith), £1 8s. 
' Lady Donegall," after Masquerier, by A. Garden, printed in colours (Brail), 

£2 iss. 
' Girl with a Pitcher," after Westall, proof before any letters (Gooden & Fox), 

£j iSs. 
' The Supper " and " The Peasant's Repast," after Singleton, by J. Grozer, 

a pair (Brail), £2 los. 
' Going to Market," " .At Market," etc., after Wheatley, by Annis, the set of 

four, printed in colours (Gooden & Fox), £^ 15s. 6d. 
' The Highland Piper," after Singleton, by C. Turner, printed in colours 

(Lausen), £2 12s. 6d. 
' The Happy Cottagers," after Morland, by W. Ward, painted in colours 

(Smith), £2 2S. 
' The Poacher " and " The Miller," after Morland, by S. W. Reynolds, printed 

in colours (Young), ;^I3 2s. 6d. 
' Inside " and " Outside of a Country Ale-House," after Morland, by J. Ward, 

printed In colours (Bird), ;^5 15s. 6d. 
Children Playing with a Bird," after Hamilton, by Bartolozzi, and " Another," 

printed in colours (White), £2. 
An Angel Carrying the Spirit of a Child," and the " Companion," after Peters, 

by Bartolozzi and Dickinson, printed in colours, a pair (Kerr), £2 2S. 
Happy Cottagers " and " The Gipsies' Tent," after G. Morland, by J. Grozer, 

a pair (Boys), £6 6s. 



74 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February 15, 1908. Pictures and drawings collected by 
the late Charles A. D. Halford, Esq., 50, Prince's Gate, 
S.W. :— 

DRAWINGS. 

AUingham, H., " Harvest Time," 7 X gj (Agnew), £^\i 17s. 

Beavis, R., 1865, " Carting Wood," \i\ x 16 (Price), ;£Jio los. 

Bradley, Basil, 1876, " Tigers," 19 x 26^ (Dunthorne), £% 8s. 

Bonheur, Rosa, i865, " Peasants and Sheep," 13^ x 21 (Gooden & Fox), ;^3S7. 

Brandard, R., 1836, " Broadstairs," i>\ X :2, Burlington House, 1907 (Leggatt), 

£\\ IIS. 
Cole, Vicat, R.A., 1866, " Harvest Time," 13 x 19 (Cox), £,\2t. 
Collier, T., " Ben More, Cumberland," 13I x 2oi (Agnew), ;^so 8s. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1866, "A Cow and Four Sheep," 11* x 18 (Leggatt), 

£S^ 8s. 
Cox, D., " Welsh Road Scene," 9 x 12, Burlington House, 1907 (Permain), 

£42- 
Cox, D., 1829, " A Woody Road Scene," 7 X \o\ (Leggatt), £z() 8s. 
Cox, D., " The Menai Suspension Bridge," 8 x ii| (Gooden & Fox), £i,a, 2S. 
Cox, D., " Bolton Abbey," 7i x loj (Gooden & Fox), £y] i6s. 
Deane, W. W., 1870, " The Market-Place, Verona," 23^ x 37i, Burlington 

House, 1907 (Agnew), ^39 i8s. 
Deane, W. W., 1870, " The Interior of St. Mark's, Venice," 17I x 27 (Turton), 

;£,'l0 los. 

Dobson, W. C. T., R.A., 1873, " Sappho," 19J x i6i (Mitchell), £(i 6s. 
Dobson, W. C. T., R.A., 1873, " Kate Kearney," 16J x 2oi (Mitchell), 

£^ iqs. 6d. 
Don, M. Del, "The Interior of St. Peter's, Rome," 21 x 29i (Leggatt), ;^i3 13s. 
Duncan, E., 1865, " A Wreck near the Corbi^re Rocks, Jersey," igi x 29! 

(Bruce), £\% i8s. 
Duncan, E., 1862, " A Fresh Breeze," 12 x 24J (Smith), ;^33 12s. 
Duncan, E., i860, "The Bell Buoy," 14 x 2o| (Shelley), £i\ iis. 
Duncan, E., 1869, " Landing Sheep at the Mumbles," 10 x 22 (Agnew), £'i\. 
Duncan, E., 1870, " Penzance Boats at Whitby," 9! X 14^ (Cox), ;^I7 179. 
Fielding, C, 1841, "A Beach Scene," 8 x iij (Falser), £i,a, 2s. 
Fielding, C, " Llyn Tal-y-Llyn and Cader Idris," loj x ia\ (Permain), £ii,T. 
Fielding, C, 1844, " The Entrance to Glencoe," 9 x X2 (Agnew), £^a, 12s. 
Fielding, C, 1838, " Dolbadan Castle," 7 x 10 (Cox), ;^68 53. 
Fielding, C, " A Highland Lake Scene," with cattle, sJ x 9I (Gooden & Fox), 

£-^1 6s. 
Foster, Birket, " Landscape," sJ x 7I, Burlington House, 1907 (Frost & Reed), 

Foster, Birket, " A Girl Gathering Water Lilies," 6} x 9!, Burlington House, 

1907 (Leggatt), fyi, los. 
Foster, Birket, " The Rialto, Venice," 6x9 (Gooden & Fox), ^105. 
Foster, Birket, " Genoa and Sesti, from Pegli," 5 x 7i (Leggatt), £it, ios. 
Foster, Birket, " Marseilles," 5 x 7i (Leggatt), £t}, ios. 
Foster, Birket, " Monaco," 5 X 7J (Cox), ;^63. 

Foster, Birket, " Edinburgh from the Firth of Forth," vignette (Agnew), £-i,^ i8s. 
Foster, Birket, " The Lake of Geneva," SJ x 4i (Agnew), £c^^ 163. 



February 15, 1908. 75 

Foster, Birket, " Mayence," 7i x 11 (Cox), £^2. 

Fripp, G. A., " Highland Landscape," io| x 17I (Gooden & Fox), £n 14s. 

Fripp, G. A., 1866, " A Farmstead," 10 x 13! (Tooth), ;^I2 i2s. 

Fripp, G. A., " Loch Carron," 6| x 9J (Agnew), ;^io los. 

Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1873, " On the March," 19 x 30 (Sampson), ;£'86 2s. 

Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1874, "The King's Trumpeters," 165X22 (Tooth), ^£^6 153. 

Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1863, " The Slandard-Bearer," i7i x 12, Burlington 

House, 1907 (Leggatt), ;^88 4s. 
Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1868, " Autolycus," 13^ x i7i (Bruce), £,42. 
Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1867, " Don Quixote Reading," 12 x i7i (Allen), £^^ 12s. 
Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1861-3, " II Pifferaro," 6 x 4i (Tooth), ;^i5 155. 
Goodall, F., R.A., 1845, " Ravalet," 15 x lof (Sampson), £y J7S. 6d. 
Goodall, F., R.A., 1874, "Agriculture in the Valley of the Nile," 8i x 2i| 

(Sampson), ;£^i8 i8s. 
Goodall, Walter, i86g, "At Prayer," 23J x i6| (Bruce), £6 6s. 
Gow, A. C, R.A., 1874, "The Inn of Doubtful Repute," iij x 14I (Gooden & 

Fox), £7S J2S. 
Gow, A. C, R.A., 1868, " The Girls' School," 10 x 14 (Sampson), ;^S7 15s. 
Gow, A. C, R.A., 1870, " The Sign of the White Glove," 14 x 9I (Gooden & 

Fox), ;^63. 
Green, C, 1864, " The Wedding," 10 x 65 (Leggatt), ^19 19s. 
Haag, C, 1864, " Refreshment in the Desert," 20j X i^\ (Leggatt), ;^39 18s. 
Haag, C, 1871, " Crossing the Desert," 201 x 145 (M. Joseph, jun.), ;^23 2S. 
Haag, C, 1867, " An Oriental Musician," 14 x 10 (Mullen), £1^ 13s. 
Haag, C, 1867, " The Pyramids and Sphinx," 7 x 201 (Allen), ;£,'22 is. 
Haghe, L., 1863, " Interior of a Church," 115 x 165 (Mullen), ;^22 is. 
Hardy, J., jun., 1872, " A Gillie and Deerhounds," 28J x 213 (Sampson), 

£i3 i-s. 
Hardy, J., jun., " Waiting to Collect the Game," 2ij x 3ii, Royal Academy, 

187s (Sampson), ;^42. 
Hardy, J., jun., 1874, " Mid-day Rest on the Moors," i2f x i8f (Sampson), 

£'i-t 2S. 
Hayes, E., R.H.A., " Making for Port," 12 x 19! (Shelley), ;^i6 i6s. 
Hine, H. G., 1870, " Downs at Folking, Sussex," iiJ x 23 (Leggatt), ;^42. 
Holland, J., " In Venice," 14 x loi (Leggatt), ;if 126. 
Hunt, W., " A Boy with a Candle," 16 x 121, Burlington House, 1907 (Holmes), 

;^S0 8s. 

Hunt, W., " Warming his Hands," loj X 7 (Permain), ;{^26 5s. 

Israels, J., " Sailing the Toy Boat," 12^ x i8i (Thrift), £225 los. 

Leitch, W. L., 1872-3, " Ben-y-Gloe, Perthshire," 26 x 39^ (Holmes), ;^i6 i6s 

Leitch, W. L., 1870, " The Bass Rock," isJ x 24, Burlington House, 1907 

(Leggatt), £g 9s. 
Leitch, W. L., 1870, " Isola Lecchi, Lago di Garda," 15 x 24 (Cox), ;^37 i6s. 
Leitch, W. L., 1863, " Head of Glen Lyon," loj x 24J (T. Cox), ;£'i6 i6s. 
Leitch, W. L., 1868, " Isola Bella and Isola Pescatore," 12 x 17 (Agnew), 

£37 i6s. 
Leitch, W. L., 1868, " Fuschel See, Tyrol," 12 x 17 (Smith), ;^i6 i6s. 
Leitch, W. L., 1859, " Palermo," 8i x 13 (Agnew), ;£'2i. 

Leitch, W. L., 1865, " Ben More, and Ben Lawers," 9! x 191 (Walker), £15 15s. 
Leitch, W. L., 1869, " Ruscoe Tower, Valley of the Fleet," 9I x 2oi (T. Cox), 

£18 i8s. 
Leitch, W. L., 1870, " Ben More, Assynt," 7} x 12^ (Connell), £6 6s. 
Leitch, W. L., i86i, " Isola Bella," 8i x 13* fT. Cox), ^£'22 is. 



76 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Leitch, W. L., 1872, " Sunset," 8 x nj (Leggatt), £31 10s. 

Leitch, W. L., 1872, " Edinburgh from Restabrig," 6| x 10 (Wallis), ;^i3 13s. 

Leitch, W. L., 1872, " Ardincaple Castle, Dumbartonshire," 63 x gf (Connell), 

£iS ISS- 

Leitch, \V. L., 1873, " Southampton Water : Sunset," 5I x 8| (Gooden & 

Fox), ;£J2:. 
Leitch, W. L., 1875, " Fino, Ischia," 7I x 11 (Gooden & Fox), ^£14 14s. 
Leitch, W. L., 1873, " Near Taormina, Sicily," 65 X 11 (Allen), j^ig 19s. 
Leitch, W. L., 1875, " Balweary Castle, Fifeshire," 6f x 9! (Bruce), £<) gs. 
Leitch, W. L., 1876, " Lago Maggiore," 7 X 11, Burlington House, 1907 

(Agnew), £2^. 
Leitch, W. L., "The Bay of Baie," 7 x 11, Burlington House, 1907 (Gooden & 

Fox), ;£J22 IS. 

Lucas, W., 1864, " A Haymaker," 15! X 12 (Howard), £6 i6s. 6d. 

Lundgren, E., " A Nautch Girl Dancing," 27 x 191 (Hayes), ^fTio los. 

Marks, H. S., R.A., " Experimental Gunnery in the Middle Ages," 9 X lyi 

(Mullen), ;^27 6s. 
Montalba, C, 1876, " Fishing-Boats at Anchor," 12 x 8| (Tooth), ;£;i7 17s. 
Montalba, C, 1876, " Vessels Lying off Venice," 12 x 8f (Agnew), ;£'22 is. 
Palmer, Sutton, 1884, " Black Cap Downs, near Lewes," 133 x 20J (Fine Art 

Society), £2^ 2s. 
Powell, Sir F., " Off the Coast of Arran," iif x 22| (Agnew), ;£'22 is. 
Powell, Sir F., 1875, " A Glimpse of the Sea," SJ x 13! (Tooth), ;^i3 13s. 
Prout, S., " Porta della Carta, Venice," 13I X 9J, Burlington House, 1907 

(Leggatt), ;£'29 8s. 
Prout, S., "The Entrance to a Palace at Dresden," 18J x i2j (Bruce), £25 4s. 
Prout, S., " Leaning Towers at Bologna," 17 x 11 (Bolton), ;^ii iis. 
Prout, S., " A Windmill at Cologne," iij X 8j (Bolton), £1^ 14s. 
Richardson, T. M., 1859, " La Rochetta Calabria," 75 x 29J, " Loch Lochy," 

7J X 283 (Sampson), ;^6o i8s. 
Riviere, H. P., 1869, " Acqua Santa, St. Peter's, Rome," 24 x 19J (Sampson), 

£6 6s. 
Riviere, H. P., "The Pantheon, Rome," 19 x 24^ (Hayes), £■; 17s. 6d. 
Shalders, G., 1865, " Sheep in a Pasture," 11 x 8J (Leggatt), ;^27 6s. 
Smallfield, F., " In Earnest," sJ x 3! (Bruce), £2 2s. 
Stanfield, C, R.A., " Nantes," 12J x 8| (Leggatt), ;^27 6n 
Stanfield, C, R.A., " Windermere," 6f x lof (Agnew), ;^29 8s. 
Tayler, F., 1866, " The Master of the Buckhounds," 18J x 24J, Burlington 

House, 1907 (Gooden & Fox), ;^36 i.ss. 
Tayler, F., 1866, " Fisher-Girls, Newhaven," ig x 14J (Permain), £6 6s 
Tayler, F., 1863, " The Herdsman's Daughter," 15 x 2if (Sampson), £15 15s. 
Tayler, F., 1868, " Huntsman and Hounds," 15 x iiJ (J. Roe), £8 i8s. 6d. 
Tayler, F., 1870, " Full Cry," n x 14! (Brown and Phillips), ;^23 2s. 
Tayler, F., 1865, " Hunting in the Olden Time," 7^ x 105 (Agnew), ;^22 is. 
Thorne-Waite, R., 1872, " Fisher-Children on the Coast," 16 x 23I (Leggatt), 

;£'3S 14s- 
Topham, F. W., 1870, " The Venetian Water-Carriers," 21 x 29, Paris Exhibi- 
tion, 1878 (Williamson), ;^68 5s. 
Topham, F. W., 1872, " The Young Bird,"' 19J x 14 (Howarth), ;^I5 15s. 
Topham, F. W., 1872, " Gathering Mulberry Leaves," iqj x 14 (Bois), ;£rio los. 
Topham, F. W., 1865, " Italian Peasants and Mules," 11 J x i6j (Howarth), 

;£;22 is. 
Topham, F. W., 1865, "A Flower-Girl," 17J x 11 (Leggatt), ;£^i7 17s. 



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Willis, H. B., 1862, " A Ploughing Scene in Sussex," 13^ x 2si (Vokins), 

Willis, H. B., 1863, " Cattle in a Meadow," S3 X 9 (Holmes), £\i 12s. 
Wimperis, E. M., 1876, " On the Old Road, Ogwen Valley, North Wales," 
io| X 14J (Agnew), £,-2.1. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

Bonheur, Auguste, " Snowdon, from Capel Curig," 25 x 49 (Mitchell), £,2^ 8s. 
Burgess, J. B., R.A., 1879, " Zuleria," 15J x 115 (Wallis), £,i\. 
Carter, S., J874-6, " Foxes " and " Rabbits," a pair, 235 X 193 (.•\lston), £2% is. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1866, " Cattle in a Meadow," on panel, 17^ x 23^ 

(Leggatt), £=,), 12s. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1864, " Sheep on the Cliffs," on panel, 17I x 23J (Sampson), 

£(i-] 4S. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., " Goats on a Hillside," on panel, 6j circle (Bolton), ;£'22 is. 
Dargelas, A. H., " \ Crossing-Sweeper," on panel, 9x7 (H. Harris), £■] 7s. 
Davis. H. W. B., R.A., 1885, " Ewes and Lambs on a Hillside," igj x 30 

(Sampson), £-]\ i8s. 
Davis, H. W. B., R.A., 1864, " Cattle near the Coast," 7J x iij (Mitchell), 

£\() i6s. 
Docharty, J., A.R.S.A., 1876, " Kilchurn Castle, Loch Awe," 23^ x 35^ 

(Connell), ;£Jg4 los. 
Duverger, T. E., " Fishermen's Homes," a pair, on panel, 14 x 18 (Mitchell), 

£■34 13s- 
Duverger, T. E., " The Young Barber," on panel, 12 x gj (Bolton), £% 8s. 
Faed, T., R..\., 1881, " Returning from Market," 29 x 19 (Wallis), ;^78 15s. 
Fildes, Sir Luke, R.A., 1881, " Dolly," 46 x 32J, Royal Academy, i88i (Wallis), 

j^2I0. 

Fildes, Sir Luke, R.A., " The Pet Dog," 31 x 23 (Mitchell), ;^99 15s. 

Fildes, Sir Luke, R.A., 1875, " Gathering Roses," 22 x 14I (Sampson), £%(i 2S. 

Frere, Ed., " Playmates," on panel, 10 X 73 (Wallis), £■>,(> 15s. 

Firth, W. P., R..^., " Sterne and the Grisette," on panel, 8| x 6| (Leggatt), 

^35 14s- 
Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1872, " Don Quixote and Sancho Panza," 123 x 185 

(Permain), £\2 12s. 
Gill, E., 1870, " A Highland River Scene," 21J x zc,\ (Tooth), ;^i8 i8s. 
Goodall, F., R.A., 1867, " Sisters," 29 x 21 (Mitchell), £i\ 14s. 
Goodall, F., R.A., 1858-69, " An Arab Boy," 12 x 20 (Sampson), £% 8s. 
Hardy, J., jun., 1882, " A Gillie, Dogs and Dead Game," 30 x 24 (Sampson^ 

^£■33 I2S. 
Hardy, J., jun., 1872, " A Gillie and Deerhound," 22 x 30 (Sampson), ;^24 3s. 
Hulme, F. W., 1857, " On Woking Common, Surrey," 14J x 24 (Mitchell), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 
Lanfant, " Meditation " and " La F6te de la Vierge," a pair, 10 x 8 (Hayes), 

£(> i6s. 6d. 
Jeune, H. Le, A.R.A., 1879, "Water-Lilies," on panel, 21J x 17J, Royal 

Academy, 1879 (Lister), £2"] 6s. 
Long, E., R.A., 1879, " The Arab Guard," 72 x 48J (Sampson), £\2. 
Montemezzo, A. de, 1879, " Driving Geese," on panel, 19 x 12 (Wallis), £\^ 14s. 
Noel, Jules, " Coast Scene," on panel, 15 x 21 (Bernheim), £() 9s. 
Oliver, W., 1868, " The Anchor's Weighed : Farewell — Remember Me," 35J x 27 

(Lister), £\2 12s. 



78 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Poingdestre, C. H., 1869, " Driving Horses " and " Cattle Watering," a pair, 

14 X 26 (Bolton), ^19 19s. 
Riviere, B., R.A., 1880, " Spring Chiclcen," 185 X 25 (Sampson), £^8 6s. ' 
Rous, C, 1873, " Cattle and Figures," 15 x 35 (Leggatt), £^ 4s. 
Seignac, P., " The Pet Kitten," on panel, 13J X 10 (Mullen), ^^s 15s. 
Springer, F., 1873, " Neglecting the Lessons," 31 x 21 (Grigg), £6 6s. 
Veyrassat, J., " Towing the Barge " and " After the Day's Work," a pair, on 

panel, loj X 185 (Bernheim), ;^IS2 SS- 
Webb, J., 1876, " A Timber-Waggon," 23I x 35^ (Lister), £ig 19s. 
Werner, A. F., " Feeding the Birds," on panel, 15 X ii (Priest), £g gs. 
Wilson, J. J., 1861, " Fishing-Boats off Calais " and " French Fishing-Boats at 

Etretat," a pair, 14J x 23J (Bois), £iy 17s. 
Zwengauer, A., i860, " Morning " and " Evening," a pair, 32^ x 43! (Leggatt), 



February 17, 1908. 79 



February 17 (Second Day's Sale). 



An Album containing seventy drawings, by J. Varley, F. Tayler, F. Norie, E. 
Souler, Th. Fort, E. A. Penley, E. Gerard, H. Lebas, Benard, Frantz, etc. 
(Parsons), £63. 

DRAWINGS— IN THE FOLIO. 

Andrews, G. H., " Billingsgate," 9J x i3i (Dunthorne), £6 i6s. 6d. 

Angell, H. Coleman, " White Roses in a Blue Vase," 17 x iii (Leggatt), 

£i^ 14s. 
Angell, H. Coleman, " Red Roses in a Glass Vase," 17 x ni (Leggatt), £14 14s. 
Angell, H. Coleman, " Wild Flowers," SJ x 7 (Gooden & Fox), £y 17s. 6d. 
Angell, H. Coleman, " Dead Birds," 7 X gi (Lister), £6 6s. 
Angell, H. Coleman, " Pinks " and " Fungi " (Gooden & Fox), ;£^ii os. 6d. 
Beaumont, E. de, " The Painter," etc., a set of four (Evans), £2 5s. 
Benouville, A., 1869, " Tivoli " and " Cascale di Buonricovero " (Hayes), £2 59. 
Bentley, C, 1848, " Sunshine on the Coast," 13 x 19J (Leggatt), £g gs. 
Bisschop, Kate, 1875, " The Knitting Lesson," 14} x loi (Sampson), ^£^13 13s. 
Callow, W., 1837, " Fishing-Boats coming into Port," 7 x gi (Allen), £1$ 4s. 6d. 
Cattermole, C, " Almsgiving " and " A Monk Reading," by G. Cattermole 

(Bowden), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Coleman, W. S., " The Bird's-Nest," 6J x 9 (Evans), £2 12s. 6d. 
Coleridge, F. G., 1876, " Windsor " and " A Landscape," vignettes, and " A 

Coast Scene," by W. P. Burton, (A. Ward), £2 2s. 
Collier, T., " Coast Scene," gj x 14 (Leggatt), £^8 i8s. 
Collier, T., 1880, " A Common Scene," gj x 14 (Leggatt), ;^3i los. 
Collier, T., 1875, "Arundel Castle from Burpham Ferry," 11 x 18J (Gooden & 

Fox), ;^22 IS. 

Collier, T., " A Watermill, North Wales," and " Rostherne, Cheshire " 

(Shelley), £g gs. 
Cooke, E. W., R..\., " Dutch Fishing-Boats off Billingsgate " and " Fish- 
Women of Granville Loading an Oyster-Boat " (Lister), £g gs. 
Cooper, T. G., 1863, " Five Sheep in the Snow," 6J x g\ (Mullen), ^10 los. 
Corrodi, S., i86g, " Tivoli," 14} x 21 (Evans), £2 13s. 6d. 
Corrodi, S., " Pozzuoli, Bay of Baie, Ischia," and " Taormina, Sicily," a pair, 

7i X III (Cotes), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Corrodi, S., " Porto D'.'\nzio," " Palazzo di Donn' Anna " and " Baths, 

Caracalla " (Hayes), £•; 17s. 6d. 
Cox, D., " River Scene," 4I x 6J (Bruce), ;^12 12s. 
Cox, D., " Barmouth," yi x 11 (Leggatt), ;£^ii us. 
Creswick, T., R..^., " A Coast Scene " and " A Landscape " (Shelley), 

£3 '3S- 6d. 
Deane, W. W., 1870, " Piazza del Erbe, Verona," 17 x iij (Dimond), £g gs. 
Delacroix, E., " La Laveuse," loj x 7i (Hayes), £1 155. 
Dobson, W. C. T., R.A., 1867, " A Young Shepherdess," 13^ x iij (Evans), 

£^ 143. 6d. 
Dodgson, G., "An Encampment: Moonlight," 6x7} (Evans), £1 us. 6d. 
Don, M. Del, " The High Altar " and " The South Aisle, St. Peter's, Rome," 

a pair, Ig x 13 (Leggatt). £g gs. 
Don, M. Del, " Interior of Milan Cathedral," a pair, ig x 13 (Dunthorne). 

;£^ii OS. 6d. 



8o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Don, M. Del, " St. Mark's " and " The Grand Canal, Venice," a pair, 13 x ig 

(Dunthorne), £15 4s. 6d. 
Don, M. Del, " The Interior of St. Mark's " and " Salla del Anticollegio, 

Venice" a pair, 13 x 19 (Leggatt), £iy 17s. 
Don, M. Del, " The Bridge of Sighs " and " Battisterio di San Marco, Venice " 

(Leggatt), ;£i8 i8s. 
Don, M. Del, "St. Anthony's Church, Padua," and "The Library of the 

Vatican, Rome " (Dunthorne), £13 13s. 
Don, M. Del, " Milan Cathedral," " Porta della Carta, Venice," and " La 

Capella de Santo, Padua" (Dunthorne), ;^26 5s. 
Don, M. Del, " San Giovanni in Lateranto, Rome," " Salla della Biga, Vatican, 

Rome," and " The Doge in Council " (Leggatt), £^ 5s. 
Duncan, E., 1859, " Unloading Fish : Sunset," and " A Stiff Breeze " (Lister), 

jCg 19s. 6d. 
Early English, " A Young Girl," chalk, and " Going to Church," by G. B. 

(Lister), £1 is. 
Fielding, C, 1832, " A Coast Scene, Isle of Wight," 6f x 10 (Bruce), ;£'i6 16s. 
Fielding, C, " Porchester Castle," 6f X 10 (Leggatt), ;^22 is. 
Fielding, C, " River Scene," 6} x 8| (Leggatt), ;£i9 19s. 
Fripp, A. D., " The Fishermen's Children," 14! x loi (Lister), jQy 7s. 
Fripp, G. A., 1870, " Ploughing," y{ x loj (Dunthorne), ^£^11 os. 6d. 
Fripp, G. A., " Near Tintagel, Cornwall." 7 X 10 (White), £8 i8s. 6d. 
Fripp, G. A., " Near Blandford, Dorset," 63 x lof (Dunthorne), £\o los. 
Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1866, " Going to School," 8x6 (Blackall), £g gs. 
Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1865, " Sweeping Snow," 8x6 (Blackall), £S 8s. 
Glennie, A., " The Temple of Vesta " and " The Clock Tower, Venice," by M. 

Del Don (Hayes), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Goodall, E. A., 1857, " Defending the Church of St. Vladimir, .Sebastopol," 

gf X 14 (Bois), £1 IS. 
Goodall, W., 1867, " Tired Out," 13 x 15! (Evans), £2 12s. 6d. 
Green, C, 1864, " A Market-Girl," " The Broken Doll," by H. Baron, and 

" Pax," by Froment (Leggatt), £2 12s. 6d. 
Haghe, L., 1867, ," Interior of a Church at Heuntdral," iij x i6| rMitchell), 

£n 3S. 6d. 
Haghe, L., 1864, " At Dixmunde, Belgium," 12^ X gf (Dunthorne), £1^ 2S. 6d. 
Haghe, L., 1867, "The Sunday School," 135 x 10 (Huggins), ;{;ii os. 6d. 
Haghe, L., 1865, " St. Gudule, Brussels," 15 x ii| (Mitchell), £() 19s. 6d. 
Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., " In Venice," io| x 14! (Leggatt), £S 8s. 
Hardy, J., jun., " Waiting for the Guns " and " A Gillie and Dogs," a pair, 

7 X 10 (Bowden), £2g 18s. 
Hardy, J., jun., 1875, " Keeper, Pony, Dogs, and Dead Game," 10 X 14 

(Bowden), ;6'29 8s. 
Hardv, T. B., " Scarborough " and " Fishing-Boats " (Bruce), ;£'i2 12s. 
Harper, H. A., 1866, " Near the Maladetta," " Barfege," and " The Pic du 

Midi " (Green), £'i 3s. 
Jackson, S. P., " Evening on the Coast " and " A Beach Scene," with a fishing- 
boat, by H. G. Hine, 1873 (White), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Johnson, E. K., 1865, " A Girl Putting on a Shoe," i2f x 9 (Evans), ;^8 8s. 
Kilburne, G. G., " Head of a Girl," oval, 7x5 (Dunthorne), £6 6s. 
Roller, G., 1870, " Faust and Marguerite," 12! x 10 (Mitchell), ^17 6s. 6d. 
Leitch, R. P., 1862, " Lago Maggiore from Arona," 7 x 21^ (Dunthorne), 

£H 14s. 6d. 
Leitch, W. L., 1871, " On the Hills, Braeraar," 6J x 13! (Crossmanl), 
£S i8«. 6d. 



February 17, 1908. bi 



Leitch, W. L., 1875, " Lago Maggio'-e," yi x iij (P. Cox), £1^ 14s. 
Leitch, VV. L., 1875, " Massa, near Sorrento," 4J X 7i (Dunthorne), £6 6s. 
Leitch, W. L., " Edinburgh, from near Gilmeston," a pair, 7 x 10 (Wallis), 

£h 3S- 6d. 
Leitch, W. L., " Ruscoe Tower, Valley of the Fleet," and " Edinburgh, from 

Craiglochart Hill," a pair, 6f x 10 (Wallis), ;£ji6 ss. 6d. 
Leitch, W. L., " Smailholnrie Tower, near Kelso," 6} x 10 (Leggatt), ;£ji8 i8s. 
Leitch, W. L., 1874, " Dumbarton Castle from Dalnoltar," 6i X loj (Wallis), 

£9 9S- 
Leitch, W. L., " Poggio and Bussano " and " Sunset " (Dunthorne), £q 19s. 6d. 
Leitch, W. L., " Valley of the Oykell " and " Ben-y-gloe, Blair Athol " 

(Dunthorne), £6 6s. 
Leitch, W. L., " Pen-y-Gwyrd," " Ben Venue," " Moel Siabod " and " On the 

Rhine " (Austin), £^ 15s. 6d. 
Leitch, W. L., " Views near Edinburgh " (Wallis), £8 8s. 
Leitch, W. L., " Ruscoe Castle," " Braemar," etc. (DuiUhorne), £y 7s. 
Leitch, W. L., " Borghetto," " Lago della Pasta," etc. (Dunthorne), £16 55. 6d. 
Leitch, W. L., " Capri," " Near Capua," etc. (Burns), £iy 17s. 
Lucas, W., 1863, " .-i Faggot-Gatherer," oval, 12^ x 9I (A. Ward), £-i 13s. 6d. 
Lundgren, E., " An Egyptian Beauty," 12 X gj (Hayes;, £^ 14s. 6d. 
Lundgren, E., "A Cairo Girl," 13I x Ji (Hayes), £^ 143. 6d. 
Lundgren, E., " Spanish Fruit-Sellers," 113 x 14! (Blackall), £i 11s. 6d. 
Lundgren, E., " The Lemon-Seller," 14^ x lof (Sampson), £2 3s. 
Lundgren, E., " Head of a Girl," 135 x loi (Priest), £2 2s. 
Lundgren, E., " Heads of a Bacchante " and " A Nymph " (Wallis), £^ 15s. 6d. 
Lundgren, E., " Heads of Italian Girls " (Hayes), £2 12s. 6d. 
Mulready, A. F., " The Tired Minstrels," 10 X 7 (Leggatt), £^ 4s. 
Penley, E. A., i860, " Sunset after a Storm " and " Rainy Morning in the 

Highlands," a pair 8 x 19 (Evans), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Powell, Sir F., " The Kyles of Bute," 6| x i4i (Leggatt), £y ys. 
Powell, Sir F., 1875, " Ben More from the Sound of Ulva," 6i x loj 

(Leggatt), £6 6s. 
Richardson, E., " Constantinople from Scutari," 7} x 19! (Marshall), £2 as. 
Richardson, E., " Scutari and the Mosque at Scutari " (Blackall), £y 178. 6d. 
Riviere, H. P., 1867, " Forum Romanum," iii x 20 (Hayes), £^ 5s. 
Riviere, H. P., " Bocca della Verita," iij x 19^ (Vaughan), £5 15s. 6d. 
Riviere, H. P., 1869, " Rome from the Tiber," iii x 20j (Hayes), £6 6s. 
Riviere, H. P., " The Ruins of the Aqueduct," 9 x igi (Blackall), £2 2S. 
Roberts, D., R.A., 1832, " At Madrid," 6i x 10 (Evans), £2 2s. 
Sherrin, J., " Plums, .Apricots and Cherry," 7 x 10 (Gooden & Fox), ;£'io los. 
Soper, T. J., " Hastings Beach " and " Sunset en the Mississippi," by H. 

Sibron (D'Oyly), £j 3s. 
Stanfield, C, R.A., " Bologna," "Children and Calf," by W. J. C, and " Dead 

Birds," by G. Dendy (Dunthorne), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 
Syer, J., 1854, " A Woody River," 17! x 13 (Leggatt), ^g 9s. 
Tayler, F., " The Keeper's Return " and " A Bull " (Allen), £y 7s. 
fenniel. Sir J., " Sacking a Jew's House," 5^ x 8J (Blackall), £^ 14s. 6d. 
fhorne-Waite, R., " Feeding the Calves," 9^ x 14^ fShepherd), ;£;i3 2s. 6d. 
Valerio, 1846, " A Baby in a Chair," 10 x 8 (Priest), £j is. 
Varley, J., " Evening," 7^ x loj (Shelley), £^ 14s. 6d 

»^izzotto, G., 1890, " A Venetian F6te Day," 6f x 12J (Leggatt), ^^4 14s. 6d. 
Vizzotto, G., " Bait-Gatherers " and " A Fishing-Boat," a pair, 13 x 6J 
(Vaughan), ^^8 i8s. 6d. 



82 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Whittaker, J. W., 1871, " Margin of Llyn-y-Gorder, near Beddgelert," iSJ x I4t 

(Dunthorne), £6 16s. 6d. 
Williams, Penry, 1868, " Near Sorrento," gj x 13^ (Coke), £1 iis. 6d. 
Willis, H. B., " Moel Siabod," si X 13 (Bowden), j^8 i8s. bd. 
Wint, P. de, " St. Michael's Mount," 4i x 8j (Leggatt), ;^u iis. 
Wint, P. de, " Landscape " and " River Scene " (Opp^), ;£8 8s 
Zo, Achille, " An Arab Merchant," 12 x gf (Hayes), ;^2 5s. 

FRAMED. 

" Beggar Boys," after Murillo, etc. (Amor), £g gs. 

Carrodi, S., 1870, "The Wetterhorn ' and "Capri," a pair, 11 X 8 (A. Ward), 

;64 4S. 
jDon, M. Del, 1877, " La Loggia da Rafifaelli al Vaticano " and " The Interior 

of St. Peter's, Rome," a pair, ig x 13I (Leggatt), £18 7s. 6d. 
Don, M. Del, " St. Mark's, Venice," 13 x loj (Diniond), £5 53. 
Harper, H. A., 1866, " Point d'Espagne " and " Eaux Chaudes," a pair, 13J x 9} 

(Bois), £3 3s. 
Lundgren, E., " An Italian Beauty," 15 x loj (Gooden & Fox), £8 8s. 
Passini, L., 1862, " Peasant-Girls and Donkeys " and " The Art Stall," a pair. 

14I X ii| (Sampson), ;^23 2S. 

MODERN PICTURES. 
" The Coliseum " and " The Forum Romanum," a pair, 20^ X 31^ (Vaughan). 

£5 5s- 
Cooke, " Coast Scene," 17! x 27J (Permain), £8 18s. 6d. 
Hemsley, W., " The New Hat," on panel, and " The Poor Minstrels," by E. 

Hughes (Mitchell), £3 3s. 
Hoffman, L., " Minding Geese," 28 x 22 (Sampson), £^ 4s. 
Hefner. J. B., 1872, " Tending Sheep," 26 X 43i (Tooth), £iy 17s. 
Luker, W., i860, " Sunset in the Desert " and " A View in a Foreign Town," 

by P. G. Vertm, i860, on panel (Blackall), £1 lis. 6d. 
Foole, P. F., R.A., 1853, " Fisher-Children," on panel, and " A Cottage 

interior," by W. H. Knight, 1855 (Sampson), ;^i3 13s. 
Schleich, R., 1872, " Ploughing," u x 13! (Lindlar), ^£,37 i6s. 
Watson, W., 1867, " Sheep in a Landscape," 17J x 26^ (Sampson), ;^15 4s. 6d. 

OLD PICTURES. 

" The Reading Magdalene," after Battoni, " Boys Carrying Fruit," after Rubens, 
and " The Goddess of Flowers," after Titian, on porcelain (Sampson), 
£iH 38. 6d. 

Bellini, " The Virgin and Child with the Infant Saint John," on panel, 13} x 17 
(Dunthorne), ^£'54 12s. 

Berghem, N., " Woody Landscape," 25} x 32 (Buttery), £31) i8s. 

Bordone, " Portrait of a Lady," 38 X 32 (Buttery), ;^I1S 10s. 

Botticelli, S., " The Madonna," on panel, 13J circle (Dowdeswell), ;^I41 iss. 

Carre, M., " Woody Landscape," 20^ x 24J (CoUings), ^£,'8 8s. 

Credi, L. Di, " The Madonna and Child," on panel, 23} circle (Dunthorne), 

£^4 2S. 

Defassin, S., " Woody Landscape," 34 x 45 (Collings), £5 55. 
Does, Van der, " Peasants and Animals," " A Shepherd-Boy," and " A Sea- 
Port," on panel (Collings), £j 7s. 



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Dutch School, " Landscape " and " A River Scene," on panel (Collings), ^2 as. 

Early English, " Two Children," 20J x 165 (Hall), £c) gs. 

Ferg, P. F., " Landscapes," a pair, on copper, 12 X 14J (Loibl), £22 is. 

Gael, B., " .\ttack on the Convoy," 22 x 27J (Collings), ;^4 4s. 

Gessi, F., " Boys Sporting," 18 x 37 (Smith), £6 6s. 

Greuze, J. B., " Head of a Young Girl," 155 x I2j (Dowdeswell), ;£,"33 12s. 

Greuze, " A Young Girl," 17 x 141 (Blackall), ;^54 12s. 

Italian School, " The Madonna and Child with Saint John," on panel, 351 x 255 

(Hole), ;^26 5s. 
Italian School, " Bacchus and Ariadne," " Charity," " Saint Christopher," etc. 

(Amor), ^"13 13s. 
Lint, H. Van, " Landscapes," a pair, 12J x 15I (Bois), £2 3^- 
Palma, " The Virgin and Child," 335 x 25 (Collings), ;£74 14s. 6d. 
Panicale, Masolino da, "The Adoration of the Infant Saviour," on panel, 

21 X 14 (Kennedy), £y 7s. 
Pousstn, G., " Mountainous Landscapes," a pair, 133 x 18 (Shelley), £<i 14s. 6d. 
Rembrandt (after), " Portrait of a Rabbi," 37 x 32 (Parsons), ;£^7 17s. 6d. 
Teniers, D., " A Man Playing the Bagpipes," on panel, 8 x 6j (Parsons), 

£32 IIS. 

Tivoli, R. da, " Landscape," " The Holy Family," and " A Fete ChampStre," 

on panel (.Amor), ^,'12 12s. 
Velde, W. Van de, " A Naval Engagement," 39 x Sq (.Amor), ^£^68 5s. 
Victors, Jan, " Figure Subjects," a pair, 28 x 33^ (Mrs. Wheeler), £^ 14s. 6d 
" Five Portfolios " (Blackall), 14s. 
" Five Portfolios " (Hayes), 106. 



84 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February 22, 1908. The following were sold by order 
of the executors of Mrs. Mary Radcliffe, deceased, late of 
28, Queen's Gate, S.W. : — 

DRAWINGS. 

Bonheur, Rosa, " A Peasant on Stilts Driving Cattle," black-and-white, 12 x 24 

(Sampson), ;^io los. 
Cattermole, G., " The Warning," 135 X 22 (Ferguson), £11 iis. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., i860, " Landscape," with cattle and sheep, 14^ x 20J 

(Sampson), ;£j54 12s. 
Cox, D., "Changing Pastures," 145 x 2ij (Bishop), ;^26 53. 
Duncan, E., 1861, " The Morning after the Gale," iij x 23^ (Tate), £2y 6s. 
Fielding, C, 1852, " A Storm on the Coast," 17J x 23^ (Sampson), ;£,"262 los. 
Foster, Birket, " Feeding the Bird," 7! x 63 (Lister), ;^46 4s. 
Gilbert, Sir J., i860, " Nutting," 75 X si (Roberts), ;^ii lis. 
Haag, Carl, 1857, " An Albanian Peasant-Woman," 20 x 13J (Williamson), 

£7 17s- 6d. 
Haghe, L., 1861, " The Interior of an Apartment," 15J X 215 (Roberts), £^5 I4S- 
Hunt, W., " Hot Porridge," 155 x loj (Permain), ;^37 16s. 
Hunt, W., " Flowers in a China Mug," lof X 7i (Cotes), £21. 
Hunt, W., " Baskets of Grapes and Bird's-Nest," 8 x 13! (Williamson), £^3 12s. 
Lewis, J. F., R.A., " The Vineyard," 16 X 20J (Sampson), £7 7s. 
Linnell, J., sen., 1861, " River Scene," gj x 13 (Sampson), ^16 i6s. 
Nash, J., "A Town on the Seine," 2ii x 30 (Falser), ;^ii lis. 
Oakley, O., 1858, " A Savoyard," 19J x 13 (Bois), £2 2S. 
Prout, S., " Rouen," 18 x 13 (Agnew), ;£J89 53. 

Reinagle, R. R., R.A., 1812, " Lake Scene," 264 x 38^ (Mitchell), £g 19s. 6d. 
Roberts, D., R.A., 1831. "The Interior of the Hall," Abbotsford, 13 x 8} 

(Agnew), ;£'i2 I2S. 
Smallfield, F., 1863, " Smarritta," 13J x 9J (Sterry), £6 16s. 6d. 
Tayler, F., " The Return from Stalking," 14J x igj (Ferguson), £tii 14s. 
Topham, F. W., 1863, " The Interior of a Spanish Posada," 14J x 23 (Ferguson), 

;£;37 16s. 
Wint, P. de, " Woody Landscape," 12 x iSJ (Agnew), ;^iio ss. 
Wright, J. M., "The Procession of the Flitch of Bacon," 8J x 24 (Hardy), 

£S 8s. 
Wyld, W., 1856, " Fouah on the Nile," 19 X 28 (Sampson), £S 8s. 
Wyld, W., " A Town on a River," 113 x i6f (Hardy), ;6'i2 12s. 

PICTURES. 
Andsell, R., R.A., 1866, ""On the Road from Gibraltar to San Roque," 

37h X 59i> Royal Academy, 1866 (Smith), ;^94 los. 
Bonheur, Auguste, 1863, " Landscape," 19 x 27 (Tooth), ;^44 2s. 
Bougureau, W., " .An Italian Mother and Boys," 23J x 19J (Bernheim), 

;^I78 lOS. 

Brooks, T., 1866, " France " and " Spain," a pair, 24J x 18J (Ferguson), 

£31 los. 
Burgess, C, " A Flower-Girl," 23i x 18 (Lister), ;^26 53. 



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Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1845, " Cattle, Sheep and Goat, in a Meadow," 25 x 374 

(J. Roe), ;6'75 I2S. 
Cope, C. VV., R.A., 1864, " Contemplation," 43 x 265, Royal Jubilee Exhibition, 

Manchester, 1887 (Roberts), ;^I3 13s. 
Creswick, T., R.A., " In the ' North Countrie,' " 2oi x 27J, Royal Academy, 

1861 (Hawes & Son), ^.^g 18s. 
Danby, T., " Glendovey," 36 x 60 (Lister), j£^io los. 
Danby, T., " A View in Wales," 265 X 51 (CoUings), £g gs. 
Gale, \V., 1862, " Highland Mary," on panel, nf X 8| (Sampson), jCS 5*- 
Hayes, E., R.H.A., 1870, " Dutch Boats, Scheveningen," 27^ x 47J (Sampson), 

£ig 19s. 
Herring, J. F., sen., 1849, " A Farmyard Scene," 41^ x 715 (Sampson), £27 6s. 
Horsley, J. C, R.A., 1867, " The Duenna and her Cares," 34 x 44, Royal 

Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester, 1887 (Roland), ^£"46 4s. 
Lehmann, R., 1862, " An Italian Peasant-Girl," 17 X 12^ (Collings), ;^S 5s. 
Linnell, J., sen., 1868, " Gathering Fuel," 28 x 39 (.■\gne\v), ;^2io. 
Maccallum, " A Rustic Path : Winter," with figures by G. C. Hiclts, 25 x 34i 

(Sampson), £4 4s. 
Mclnnes, R., " A Festa Scene on the Lido," on panel, 10 x i8 (Ferguson), 

£9 9s ■ 
Marshall, T. F., 1863, " The Mountain Road," 25 x 39 (Roland), ;£r26 5s. 
Morgan, J., " Buying Sweets," 171 x 14 (Roland), £S i8s. 6d. 
Nicol. Erskine, A.R.A., 1852, " Irish Peasants at a Well," 19^ x 14^ (Wallis), 

£56 14s- 
O'Neill, G. B., " The Gamekeeper's Home," 23 x 18 (Lister), ;£ri7 17s. 
O'Neil, H. N., A.R.A., 1850, " Jephtha's Daughter " and " A Landscape," by 

J. Thors, on panel (Whale), £2 2S 
Percy, S. R., " Landscape," on panel, 9 X 153 (Wallis), £2 13s. 6d. 
Pott, L. J., " The Sleeping Guard," 30 x 30 (Ferguson), ;^52 los. 
Rankley, A., 1863, " A Sower Went Forth to Sow," 36^ x 53 (M. Joseph, jun.), 

£^3 J3S- 
Smith, G., i860, " Wild Flowers," 13J x 115 (Sampson), £6 6s. 
Stanfield, C, R..A., 1839, " Near Naples," on panel, 2ij x 24 (Sampson), 

£13 2S. 6d. 
V'erboeckhoven, E., 1852, " A Ewe and Lambs," on panel, 15^ x 13J (J. Roe), 

£32 IIS. 
W^ard, Mrs. E. M., " A Fair Falconer, 13! x 113 (Lister), £2 3s. 
Woutermartens, E., " The Return of the Flock," 35 x 50^ (Mitchell), 

£11 OS. 6d. 
Wyld, W., :863, " The Grand Canal, Venice," 20 x 32! (Sampson), ^12 is. 6d 



The following- were the property of Mrs. T. S. Kennedy, 
of Bridge House, Wetherby, Yorks : — 

DRAWINGS. 
Cox, D., 1856, " A Mountain Scene," lOj x 14J (Bruce), ;^i7 17s. 
Landseer, Sir E., R.A., 1850, " At Bay,'" pastel, qf x 13I (Ramsden), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Landseer, Sir E., R.A., " Setters," pen-and-ink, 5 x u. (Ramsden), £1 is. 
Lewis, J. F., R.A., " Portrait of Mehemet Ali Pacha," 38 x 35, Artist's Sale, 

1877 (Marshall), £35 14s. 
Lewis, J. F., R.A., " Sheikh el Belled," Kom-ombos, 14 x 20, Artist's Sale, 

1877 (Marshall), ;^s 55. 



86 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Newman, H. R., 1892, " Philae," 25^ x 17 (Brown & Phillips), ;£'i6 i6s. 
Stanfield, C, R.A., " Sorrento," 95 x 135, Artist's Sale, i868 (Holmes), £13 13s 
Stanfield, C, R.A., " Zenatty," 95 x 131 (Shelley), £^° i°s- 
Tintoretto (after), " Figures at the Foot of the Cross," 24^ x 34 (Maitland), 

£5 5S- 
Turner, J. M. \V., R.A., "The Lake of Lucerne: Brunnen," 9 x 12 (Agnew), 

j^420. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Sisteron," 7J x 5J (Falser), £^^ 12s. 

Walton, Elijah, " The Worther See, Corinth," 4I X 6| (Carfax), £4 14s. 6d. 



PICTURES. 

Aelst, W'. Van, " Flowers in a Glass Vase," 185 x 14 (Hammond), ;£jio :os. 
Brett, J., A.R.A., 1877, " The Lizard Head," 27^ x 47J (Russell), ;^78 155. 
Cooke, E. W., R.A., " Venice," 105 x 17 (Russell), £2^ 2s. 

Hardy, J., jun., " Sporting Dogs," 13 X 16, .Artist's Sal.;, 1878 (Fraser), £27 6s. 
Landseer, Sir E., R.A., " Old Brutus," 17! x 25 (Fraser), £s 5s. 



DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 

DRAWINGS. 
Nettleship, J. T.. 1892, " A Tiger Awaking," pastel, 13J X 225 (Ball), 

£3 13s- 6d. 
Tenkate, H., " Fisherfolk," 5^ x 75 (Permain), £s SS. 
Fraser, J., 1890, " The Bristol Channel," 14 x 21 (Massey), £^ 13s. 6d. 
Hardy, J., jun., 1862, " A Dead Mallard," oval, 11 x 14 (Permain), ;^I3 13s. 
Pocock, N., " A Naval Engagement," 9 X 14 (Huggins), ;^I3 13s. 
Palmer, Sutton, " In the Trossachs," pastel, 14 X 201 tBlackall), ;£Jio los. 
Palmer, Sutton, " On the .Arun, Sussex," pastel, 14 x 21 (Bois), £g 9s. 
Palmer, Sutton, " Glen Falloch," pastel, 14J x 2i| (Huggins), £8 8s. 
Palmer, Sutton, " The Close of Day, Windermere," pastel, 143 x 2ij (Lees), 

£7 17s. 6d. 
Palmer, Sutton, " Llanberis Lake," pastel, 14 x 20j (Ward), fCj 17s. 6d. 
Palmer, Sutton, " Tranquil Eve," pastel, 18 x 225 (Austin), £y 17s. 6d. 
Palmer, Sutton, 1901, " A Brawling Stream, Bettws-y-Coed," pastel, 20 X 14 

(Bishop), £6 16s. 6d. 
Palmer, Sutton, " Twickenham-on-Thames " and " The Silver Strand, Loch 

Katrine," a pair, pastels, 14 x 2o| (Bois), ;^i2 12s. 
Palmer, Sutton, " The Pride of Spring, Bramber Castle, Sussex," pastel, 

14 X 21 (Mitchell), £6 6s. 

PICTURES. 

Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1875, " Group of Sheep," 23^ x 36 (Mitchell), ;^99 155. 
Thors, J., " Fishing-Pool, Stratford-on-Avon," 29 x 50 (Fisher), £g 9s. 
Shayer, W., sen., 1837, " Lane Scene near Christchurch, Hants," on panel, 

i7a X 235 (Hederstedt), ;£'io5. 
Harpignies, H., 1883, " La Nievre i Nevers," 22 & 31 (Obach), £63]. 
Weiland, J., "Telling the Time," 53 x 37 (Fuller), £-i 5s. 
Glendening, A. A., 1893, " Woody River .Scene," 30 x 50 (Marshall), ;^26 55. 
Cakes, J. W., A.R..A., " A Solitary Pool," 41I x 60, International Exhibition, 

J862 (Brassey), ;^33 12s, 



February 22, 1908. 87 



Hunt, Walter, " To the Rescue," 43 x 63, Royal Academy, 1886 (D. and M. 

Davis), ;6'52 :os. 
Adams, J. Clayton, " Summertime in Cumberland," igj x 29^ (Black), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 
Ladell, Ellen, " Fruit, Flowers and Bird's-Nest," 13J X iij (Black), £■; 7s. 
Long, E., R.A., " Ready for the Bath," 54 x i~\ (Permain), £2i^ 17s. 
Long, E., R.A., 1875, " An Eastern Beggar and Child," 39 x 28^ (M'Co.), 

£2i 13s- 6d. 
Pyne, J. B., " The Wetterhorn," iiJ x 8| (Lister), £2 2s. 
Herring, J. F., 1846, " Cattle and Sheep in a Pasture," iy\ x 23J (R. Ward), 

£() 19s. 6d. 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 

PICTURES. 

Andreotti, F., " Flirtation," 41 x 30 (Sampson), £^6 4s. 

Beda, F., 1883, " The Game of Billiards," 22J x 39 (Mitchell), ;£'22 is. 

Cooper, T. S., R.A., i8?8, " A W'oodland Path," with cattle, on panel, 155 x 115 

(Lister), £1^ 14s. 
Creswick, T., R..'\., " At Killarney," 215 x 31 (Permain), ^£'31 los. 
Frith, W. P., R.A., 1869, " Gabrielle, D'Estr^es," 30 X 25, Royal Academy, 

1870 (Sampson), ;^28 7s. 
Henshaw, F. H., " Mountainous Landscape," on panel, 14J x 11 (Sampson), 

£7 7s- 
Hillingford, R., " Malplaquet, 1709," 19J x 29^ (Lister), £i() 19s. 
Hillingford, R., " The Elopement," igi x 295 (Sampson), £16 i6s. 
Kemm, R., " The Fruit-Market, Seville," 275 x 3S1 (Mitchell), £12 is. 6d. 
Kiesel. Conrad, " Head of a Girl," igj x 15 (Lindlar), £s,2 los. 
Ttnkate, H., " The Detection of a Spanish Spy," on panel, 25 x 39 (Mitchell), 

;^3S '4S. 
v.. E.. 1884, " .'^n .Amusing Tale," 19 x 25! (Lister), £!, 55. 

DRAWINGS. 

Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1872, " Crossing the Sands to Holy Island," io| x 17I 

(Permain), £\o los. 
Syer, J., 1875, " Near Barmouth, South Wales," 13I x 195 (Brie), ;^io los. 

PICTURES. 

Bates, D., 1878, " Among the Birch-Trees, North Wales," 15J x 23J (Lister), 

£5 iss. 6d. 
Bonington, " River Scene," 14J x 18 (Duncan), £2 2s. 
Chavet, V., " The Connoisseurs," on panel, 8^ x f>\ (Cremetti), ;^I2 12s. 
Cole, G., 1870, " Lake Thirlmere," 115 x i8j (Shepherd), ,^15 15s. 
Davis, H. W. B., R.A., " Lost and Found," 23 x 32 (Mitchell), ;{r33 12s. 
Dawson, H. T., 1870, " In Plymouth Harbour," 15^ x 23^ (Huggins), £1:^ 13s. 
Dommersen, C, 1879, " Bruges," 30 x 233 (Sampson), £q gs. 
Gale, W., 1862, " An Eastern Flower-Girl," on panel, 12 x 8f (Sampson), £2 2s. 
Gudin, Th., 1871, "After the Wreck," 13J x 19J (Stimpson), £i^ 4s. 
Gussow, C, 1876, " Reading the Novel," on panel, 23 x i6i (Lindlar). ;^28 7s. 
Hayes, E., R.H.A., 1865, " The Mouth of the River Tyne," igi x 3ii (Sampson), 

jfiig 19s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Hayes, E., R.H.A., 1870, " Dutch Boat off Portsmouth," 11 x 16 (Shepherd), 

;£,I2 I2S. 

Helmick, H., 1876, "Village Politicians," on panel, 12^ x 11 (Lister), ;^s 5s. 

Herring, G. E., " Near Redhill," 23 x 42 (Rod), £■] 7s. 

Koekkoek, J. H., " Shipping at Middelburg," on panel, 13J X 18J (Mitchell), 

£(, 6s. 
Lewis, C. J., 1875, " A Summer Afternoon, Missenden, Bucks," 16J X 1^\ 

(Cotes), £% 8s. 
Moormans, F., 1876, " The Toast," 35 X 45 (Mitchell), £2% is. 
Morgan, J., " The Peep-Show," 23i x 35J (Lister), £•] 7s. 
Morgan, J., " Retained for the Defence," iii x 131 (Britten), ^g 19s. 6d. 
Niemann, E. J., 1861 " Store House, Llanilted," 17^ x 23i (Neale & Son), 

Poole, P. F., R.A., " A Peasant-Girl," on panel, 7J x 55 (Lister), £z 2s. 
Price, J., 1850, " A Storm in Harvest-Time," 27 x 39J (Sampson), £(> 6s. 
Savry, H., " Cattle in a Meadow," 31 x 49 (Sampson), ;^io los. 
Springer, C, " Utrecht," 23 x 29 (Taylor), £\o los. 

Stanfield, C, R.A., 1859, " On the Medway," \\\ x 17^ (Sampson), £\:i 12s. 
StefTelaar, J., " A Dutch Interior," 24 x 30 (Grigg), £$ 15s. 6d. 
Syer, J., 1869, " Landscape," igj x 29J (Sampson), £\c^ 15s. 
Syer, J., i860, " A View near the Coast," 13J x 20^ (Sampson), ;£7i4 14s. 
Syer, J., 1875, " O" t'^^ Coast, South Wales," igj x 29^ (Sampson), ;^i7 17s. 
Syer, J., " Rocky Coast Scene," 10 x isJ (Sampson), £■}, 3s. 
Tom, J. B., " A Pasture," with cattle, etc., 13^ x 21J (Sampson), £(> i6s. 6d. 
Vickers, A., " The Banks of the Ravensbourne," 9J x 14} (Nathan), ;^i3 13s. 
Vickers, A., " On the Thames," on panel, loj x 18 (Gooden & Fox), £\c, 15s. 
Vickers, A., " Evening in the Isle of Wight," 9} x 141 (Bright), £<^ 9s. 
Vickers, A., " On the Coast, Isle of Wight," 11 x 16 (Leggatt), ;i£rii lis. 
Webb, J., 1875, " St. Paul's from the River," 19 x 29^ (Leggatt), ;^27 6s. 
Webb, J., 1880, " Notre Dame, Paris," on panel, 13I x 195 (Mitchell), ;^I3 13s. 
Webb, J., 1877-8, " Near Richmond, Yorkshire," igj x 20 (Sampson), ;^2i. 
Webb, J., " Bamborough Castle," on panel, i\ x 13J (Permain), ;^ii os. 6d. 
Weekes, W., 1876, " Father's Portrait," 37^ X 26 (Sampson), £c) gs. 



February 24, 1908. 89 



February 24. Pictures and drawings from various 
sources. 

DRAWINGS. 

Barrett, G., 1833, " Landscape," 6 x 8i (Sampson), ;(,6 6s. 

Bennett, W., 1857, " Haymaking " and " Boys in a Wood," by J. Sherrin 

(Drake), £.$ 5s- 
Bentley, C, " A Fishing-Boat Leaving Port " and " A Coast Scene," by T. L. 

Rowbotham, jun. (Leggatt), £y 7s. 
Blanchard, R., " Landscape " and " A Highland Landscape," by A Penley 

(Kilby), ;£j4 14s. 6d. 
Cattermole, G., " In the' Guard-Room " and " Giving .\lms," by Coke Smyth 

(Drake), ;^2 12s. 6d. 
Cole, E. S., " Ghent " and " Caen " (Shelley), ;^4 4s. 
Cooke, E. W., R.A., " River Scene," 4^ x 8^ (Cotes), £3 3s. 
Cox, D., " A Rustic Bridge," 6| x 12 (Langley), ^"8 i8s. 6d. 
Duffield, M. de, " Pelargoniums " and " A Girl with a Distaff," by J. Bouvier 

(Bois), £2 I2S. 6d. 
Duncan, E., " A Fishing-Boat " (sepia) and " A Sea-Piece " (Silk), £1 los. 
Earp, G., " Canal Scene, Venice," and " The Entrance to a Cathedral " (Lister), 

£2 2S. 

Fielding, C, " A Mansion," -vith cattle, 6i x gj (Shelley), £6 6s. 

Fripp, G. A., " Two River Scenes " (Yeulett), £1 los. 

Glover, J., " Woody Landscape " and " Mountainous Lake Scene," by F. 

Nicholson (Lister), £.$ 5s. 
Harding, J. D., " A Welsh Watermill," " A Village Church " (by H. T. Hine) 

and " A River Scene " (Lister), £^ 4s. 
Jackson, S., " Carnarvon Castle," " A Woody Landscape," with bridge (by 

E. Tooyey) and " .An Interior " (by W. Topham) (Kilby), £j 13s. 6d. 
Lewis, J. F., R.A., 1833, " Study of a Girl," iij x 9 (Drake), 15s. 
McKewan, D. H., " A Park Scene " and " Dover Castle " (Kilby), £1 los. 
Nash, F., " A Colonnade," " An Interior of a Church " and " A Philosopher," 

circle (Kilby), £1 15s. 
Prout, S., " The Porch of a Church," 8 X 10 (Konody), £2 2S. 
Pyne, J. B., " Mountainous Landscapes," a pair, sepia, 10 x 13 (Cotes), £2 2S. 
Roberts, D., R.A., " Venice," yi x lof (Cotes), ;^i2 12s. 
Robins, T. S., 1864, " Fishing-Boats off the Shore," 12 Jx 18J (Mitchell), 

£<) 19s. 6d. 
Robins, T. S., 1864, " Fishing-Boats off the Shore," 12J x iSJ (Mitchell). 

£6 i6s. 6d. 
Stanfield, C, R.A., " Italian Buildings," 14J x 9J (Lister), £1 is. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " The Road under an .Archway," 7x6 (Shelley), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 
Varley, J., "Mountainous Lake Scene," "A Road by a River" and "Woody 

Landscape " (Kilby), ^6 i6s. 6d. 
Williams, Penry, " River Scene," " Llansantffraid " and " Pontddu " (Wall). 

£1 IIS. 6d. 
Williams, Penry, " Roman Peasants," sepia, a pair, 6J x 5 (Wall). £1 us. 6d. 
tVint, P. de, " River Scene," sf x 13 (Konody), ;^i6 169. 
Absolon, J., 1855, " Harvest -Fields," a pair, 14 x 2oi (Kilbv). i8s 



90 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Absolon, J., " The Milkmaid's Song " and " Potato-Gatherers," by C. M. 

Grierson (Rumball), £i 15s. 
Dibdin, T. C, 1863, " Shakespeare's Cliff " and " A Coast Scene " (Kilby), 

Evans, \V., " Pandy Mill " and " Venetian Boats," by W. W. Deane (Kilby), 

£2 I OS. 

Field, VV., 1890, " Hampstead Heath ; Showery Weather," 23J x 35? (Yeulett), 

£1 lOS. 
Field, W., 1895, " Sunday Morning at Sonning," 17I x 30 (Rumball), £2. 
FuUeylove, J., 1885, " Hampton Court," 193 X 293 (Kilby), ;^ii os. 6d. 
Green, C, " May it Please Your Majesty," 8i x 13J (Langley), £2. 
Grierson, T. Maciver, 1894, " Held by a Thread," 24I x 31^ (Fores), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., " In the Campagna," 11 x 195 (Shelley), 

£2 i2s. 6d. 
Hayes, Claude, " Hounslow Common " and " Cattle in a Meadow " (Mitchell), 

;^S S3- 
Hayes, Claude, " The Young Anglers " and " The Fringe of the Meadows " 

(Pease), £3 13s. 6d. 
Hayes, Claude, " Cattle near the Coast " and " A Silver Stream " (Crome), 

£1 IS. 

Hayes, Claude, " Near Canterbury," " The Outskirts of a Village " and " Near 

Liphook " (Mitchell), £:i 13s. 6d. 
Holloway, C. E., 1885, " Gone ! " 22i x 30 (Viccars), £1 ss. 
Lee, J. Ingle, 1877, " The Upper Thames " and " Aberdovey," by C. T. 

Williams (Crome), £1 is. 
Leitch, W. L., " A Hilly River Scene " and " Houstan " (Cotes), £2 2s. 
Leitch, W. L., " A Lake Scene," " Caley Castle," etc. (Kilby), £1 is. 
Roberts, H., 1877, " The Village Genius," 13 x gi (Gugg), £2. 
Varley, J., " A River Scene, with Tower " and " A River Scene, with Boat " 

(Viccars), ;^3 iss. 
Varley, J., " Old Cottages," etc. (Drake), £1 15s. 
Varley, J., " A Hilly Landscape," " A Castle," etc. (Foster), £2 55. 

PICTURES. 

Boyle, G., " Landscapes, with Cattle," a set of four on panel, 95 x 133 (Bois), 

£2 los. 
Deane, W. W., 1868, " A Street in Villa Franca, near Nice," 30 X 195 (Kilby), 

£2 ISS. 
Wilson, J. J., "The Mouth of a River" and "A Sea-Piece," by E. Hayes, 

R.H..'\., on panel (Shepherd), ;^5 Ss. 

DRAWINGS. 

" Landscapes, Studies of animals, figures, etc.," by R. Hills, W. H. Pyne, etc., 

in the folio (Parsons), £1 los. 
Norie, O., " An Album, containing 15 Water Colour Drawings of military 

subjects " (Parsons), £i- i6s. 
Lundgren, E., " An Italian Flower-Girl," 18 x 131 (Hamilton), £S i8s. 6d. 
Prout, S., " A Street in an Old Town," 8 x 12J (Cooke), ;f 12 12s. 
Ingram, Ayerst, " Newlyn Harbour," 13 x 2ii (Cooke), £2. 
Ingram, Ayerst, " Brixham Harbour," 11 x ig (Cooke), ;£,'3 3s. 
Cox, D., " Conway Castle," iij x 16J (Shelley), £S 8s. 
Cox, D., " Landscape," 8j x 12 (Abell), £g 9s. 



February 24, 1908. 91 



Cox, D., " River Scene," loj x 145 (Shelley), ;^5 15s. 6d. 

Morland, H., " The Mischievous Boy," pastel, 30 X 25 (Grant), j^^ 8s. 

Caldecott, R., " In the Park," 6x8 (Agnew), ;^5 5s. 

Warren, E. G., " Chudleigh Glen," 25^ x 18 (Mitchell), £1 los. 

Leonard, J. H., " Cottages at Tilford, Surrey," :i X 155 (Fraser), ;^2 12s. 6d. 

Leonard, J. H., " At Linford, Essex," 9; x 14I (Fraserj, £2 12s. 6d. 

Leonard, J. H., " On the Ogwen, North Wales," io| X 14I (Fraser), j([i is. 

Shelley, L., " A Group of Eastern Figures," 22 x 15 (Marchant), £2^ 2s. 

Ibbetson, J. C, 1800, " Children with a Dog by a Pool," 8 x io| (Agnew), £6 6s. 

Hayman, F., R..A., " The Promenade," 8x6 (Maitland), £1 los. 

Shelley, " A Lady " and " A River Scene," by J. Varley (Huggins), £5 5s. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Hastings," 7I x 6i, from Dr. Percy's Collection 

(Cotes), £ig 8s. 6d. 
Wint, P. De, " View of Waterloo Bridge," sepia, 4 J x 8j (Shelley), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Hammond, G. D., i8qg, " The New Gown," 17 x 85 (Spencer), £1 55. 
Frere, Ed., 1879, " Devotion," pastel, 23 x 19 (Cooke), £3 13s. 6d. 
Crome, J. B., " Pencil Studies," five in one frame, and " A Harvest Study," 

by P. de Wint (Cotes), £3 13s. 6d. 
Varley, J., 1800, " Box Hill from Norbury Park," 15 X igj (Hopwood), £2 3s. 
Goodwin. H., 1899, " Boston, Lincolnshire," 11 x 17 (\'iccars), £3 3s. 
Bright, H., " .\ Windmill on the Coast," pastel, 13 X 19 (Brassey), £2 12s. 6d. 
Nash, J., " The Miser's End," 23 x 39 (Sampson), £2 2s. 
L'.Aubiniere, G. M. de, " Going to Work " and " The Seamstress," a pair, 

135 X 95 (Gugg), £s Ss- 
L'.Aubiniere, G. M. de, " Twilight, Marylebonc," 18 X 12 (Sampson), £2 2S. 
Cattermole, G., " A Lady, with a Hawk," and " A River Scene," by T. Girtin 

(Stevens), £^ 2s. 
Gainsborough, T., R.-A., " A Cottage among Trees " and "■A Woody Landscape," 

black and white (Jeule), £1 5s. 
Constable, J., R.A., " Landscape and Figures," Indian ink, 38 x 255 (Shelley), 

Roberts, D., R.A., 1833. " The Church of All Saints, Seville," and " An Old 

Man," by Ferraira (Sampson), £^ 4s. 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R..A.. 1853, " In Kirk Callender," pen and ink (.Agnew), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.i\., " Portrait of John Leech " and " Studies of the 

.Artist's Children," pencil, a pair (Agnew), £2 12s. 6d. 
Cooper, W. Sidney, 1876-7, " Sheep in a Landscape " and " Cattle in a River," 

a pair, 8 x 13^ (Farmiloe), £g 9s. 
Montaigne, W. J., 1853, " A Vase of Flowers " and " A Dead Bird " (Jeulett), 

£t SS- 
Cox, D., " Ploughing," 43 x 7j (Foster), £•/ 17s. 6d. 
Langley W., " A .Study of a Landscape," " A Landscape," with figures, by 

W. Muller, " A Study of Clouds " and " An Unframed Drawing " (Shelley), 

;^I IIS. 6d. 

Niemann. E. J., " River Scene " and " A Welsh Landscape," by T. Girtin 

(Austin), £^ 13s. 6d. 
Stanfield, C R..A., " Coast Scene " and " Landscape " (Huggins), £2 3s. 

PICTURES. 
Constable, J., R.A., " Landscape," on panel, 14I x ig (Shelley), £6 6s. 
Mignon, " Flowers in a Vase " and " A Peasant Filling his Pipe," on panel 
(St. Hens6), £5 15s. 64, 



92 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Niemann, E. J., " Woody River Scene," on panel, 7I x 9J (Smith), £,2 2s 
Willis, H. B., " Landscape," sJ X i\ (Misell, junr.), £i SS. 
Cooper, W. Sidney, 1874, " A Group of Cattle," 27 x .-^pj (Mitchell), £6 i6s. 6d 
Wilson, Stanley, 1878, " A Spaniel and Duck " and " A Farm Scene," by A. B. 

(Crome), £1 is. 
Noble, J. S., " The Forager's Return," 23J x 41^ (Sampson), ;i^io 10s. 
Sant, J., R.A., " Trilby ! The shadow of a presence," 29J x 23J (Black), £t,o 9s 
Traversar, E., 1873, " Dressing for the Masquerade," on panel, 16 X 13J 

(Master), £^ 13s. 6d. 
Voltz, F., " Landscape," 23! x 35^ (Lindlar), ^^48 6s. 
.'^dams, J. Clayton, 1905, " A Backwater on the Thames," I2i x 19 (Smith), 

£6 6s. 
Dawson, A., 1879, "St. Michael's Mount," 8J x iij (Kilby), £2 2S. 
Morgan, Baxter, " Evening on the Kennet," 12J x I7i (Fraser), £1 lis. 6d. 
Warne-Browne, " Cadgwith Beach " and " A Blue Day," a pair on panel, 

8J X i3i (Holland), £1 us. 6d. 
Warne-Browne, " A Sea Study " and " A Cornish Headland," a pair on panel, 

8J X i3i (Holland), £2 12s. 6d. 
Adams, J. Clayton, " Old Shoreham," iij x 173 (Trick), £1 is. 
Hill, Arthur, 1881, " A Water-Carrier," 26J X 12 (Sampson), £1 los. 
Ludovici, A., 1881, " The Broken Pitcher," on panel, 20 x 10 (Leger), 

;^3 >3S- 6d. 
Ebert, A., 1881, " A Lady of Genoa " (on panel) and " Head of a Girl " 

(Rumball), £2 12s. 6d. 
Serres, A., " A Shepherdess " and " One of Eve's Daughters," by Eaton 

Walker, 1877, oval, on panel (Lister), £2 2s. 
Kennedy, E. S., "The Burgomaster's Daughter," 19J x 15^ (Marchant), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 
yurst, E., " Chrysanthemums," 17! x I4i (Spencer), £1 is. 
Warren, E. G., " A View at Upcott, near Chudleigh," and " Evening Rest in 

the Harvest-Field," a pair, unframed, 18 x 26 (Lister), £^ 4s. 
King, Yeend, " A Lady in a Wood," iij x 10 (Spencer), £1 us. 6d. 
Bristow, E., 1822, " An Ale-House Kitchen," on panel, 8j x 12; (Grant), 

£\q 8s. 6d. 
Hunt, W., " The Pet Kitten," 17 x 13I (Misell, junr.), ^i los. 
Collins, C, 1894, " Highland Cattle," 19I x 29J (Mitchell), £s ISS- 6d. 
Chysick, R., " The Pets," oval, i6i x 20J (Kilby), £'i. 
Caffyn, W. W., and Orummond, A., 1894, " The Moorhen," 135 x 17J 

(Mitchell), £:i 3S. 
Thorn, J. C, " My Cold Fingers," on panel, 18 x 15 (Lister), £1 us. 6d. 



The following were sold by order of the executors of T. 
M. Whitehouse, Esq., deceased, late of Graiseley Old Hall, 
Wolverhampton : — 

DRAWINGS. 

Barret, G., " Landscapes," a pair, 5 X 7J (Sampson), ;£'ii us. 

Barret, G., " River Scene," 6 x g (Sampson), £1 los. 

Dobson, W. C. T., R.A., 1877, " Head of a Girl," 17! x 13! (Sampson), £^ 43 

Hunt, W., " Hedge-Sparrow's Nest and Primrose," 53 x 7j (Cotes), £^ 7s. 

Varley, J., "A River Scene " and " A Lake Scene " (Sampson), £^ 5s. 



February 34, 1908. 93 



PICTURES. 

Cox, D., " Landscape," 15J x 24J (Gooden & Fox), ;^S4 12s. 

Frere, Ed., 1880, " Interior of a Church," 21 x 27 (Sampson), £11 Tis. 

Frere, Ed., 1868, " A Hot Day in the Harvest-Field," on panel, i6i X 13! 

(Gooden x Fox), ;^28 7s. 
Frfere, Ed., " A Shady Path," 18 x 15 (Claude), ^74 143. 6d. 
Henshaw, F. H., " Hampstead Park, Perry Bar, Birmingham," 19 x 29 

(Leger), ;£;ii iis. 
Morland, " A Cavern by the Sea," 12 x 14! (Mitchell), ^8 i8s. 6d. 
Muller, W., " A Winter Landscape," 255 x 39 (Sampson), /^sS i6s. 
Nasmyth, " A Tyrolean River Scene," 265 X 34^ (Mitchell), £n 14s. 
Nicol, E., A.R.A., and Bannatyne, J., " An Artist in his Studio," 18J x 23^ 

(Sampson), £^3 i^s. 
Philip, J., R.A., " A Study of Peasants," SJ x 7 (Wall), ^£,'3 3s. 
Poole, P. F., R.A., " A Girl with a Pitcher," on panel, 8i x 6J (Claude), 

£3 13s. 6d. 
Roberts, D., R.A., 1861, " Remains of the Roman Forum," 23^ x 47 (Claude), 

/,'27 6s. 
Roberts, D., R.A., " A View of Rome," 23^ x 47 (Viccars), £j:i 12s. 
Stark, " Woody Landscape," on panel, 9 X 127 (Permain), £y 7s. 
Vickers, A., " On Bembridge Downs, Isle of Wight," 26 x 39 (Claude), ;^24 3s 
Vickers, A., " At Beddgelert, North Wales," 11 x 16J (Bois), £^ 4s. 
Wilson, J. J., " Coast Scene," 37 X 51 (Shepherd), £g igs. 6d. 
Wilson, J. J., "On the Devonshire Coast," iii x isi (Claude), £8 8». 
Wilson, J. J., " Landscape," 11 x 17 (Huggins), £g 9s. 



94 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February 29. The following were sold by order of the 
executors of Lord Young, deceased, late of 28, Moray 
Place, Edinburgh ; and Silverknowe, Midlothian :— 

DRAWINGS. 

Allom, T., " The Mosque of St. Sophia, Constantinople," and " A Street in the 
Suburbs of Adrianople," a pair, 8 X iif (Parsons), £b los. 

Allom, T., " The Sultan's New Palace on the Bosphorus " and " The Ruins of 
Laodicea, Asia Minor," a pair, ~,\ x 12 (Allom), £r) 19s. 6d. 

Cotes, F., R.A., " Portrait of Lord Loughborough," " Portrait o( Lady Lough- 
borough," pastels, a pair, 23 x 17 (Cohen), ;£;i3 13s. 

Ewbank, T. J., R.S..\., " Loch Katrine," " Ben Lomond," etc., pencil, unframed 
(Leggatt), £\ los. 

Leitch, W. L., " St. James's Palace " (after Hollar) and " A Normandy Sea- 
port," a pair, %\ X 12I (Cooling), ;^5 iss. 6d. 

Leitch, W. L., " The Town and Convent of Piazza, Sicily," and " A Hilly 
Landscape " (Dobson), £S i8s. 6d. 

Leitch, W. L., " Joannina, the capital of Albania," and " The Castle, Ischia," 
a pair, 8 X 12 (Mitchell), £7 17s. 6d. 

Leitch, W. L., "Castle of Thumberg on the Rhine," 11 x 8 (Mitchell), 
£5 155. 6d. 

Nicholson, W., R.S.A., " Portraits of Sir Walter Scott " and " Lord Jeffrey," a 
pair, loi X 8f, Exhibition of Scottish National Portraits, 1884 (Sabin), 

Rowbotham, T. L., 1862, " Isola Bella, on Lago Maggiore," loj x 33 (Leggatt), 
£2^ 8s. 

PICTURES. 

" Portrait of Cardinal York," 53 x 38 (Amor), £y 7s. 

Albano, " Diana and Endymion," 25 x 31I: (Cohen), ;^5 55. 

Asch, P. J. Van, " A Farm near a Pool," 15! x 21 (Howard), ;^io los. 

Caravaggio, " Nymphs Surprised by a Warrior," 19 X 25J (Cotes), £$ 55. 

Cignani, " Charity," 23 x 18 (Cohen), £2 3s. 

Claes, P., " Fruit and Still Life on a Table," on panel, 27 x 443 (Merrell), 

;^5 ISS. 6d. 
Cranstoun, J. H., " Scene at Ardargie, Perthshire," 41 x 493 (Leggatt), £5 ss. 
Crome, " A Farmhouse near Norwich " and an " Etching," by T. Chauvel, 

22^ X ig (Carfax), £s 5s. 
Dutch School, " Dead Birds and Still Life," 38 x 46 (Cohen), £^1 los. 
Early English, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 255 x 21 (Mathews), £1 los. 
Early German School, " The Ascension," on panel, 28 x 18 (Nicholson), ;^I2 12s. 
Ewbank, T. J., R.S.A., " Highland Landscape," 13J x 19J (W. L. King), £S 8s. 
Ewbank, T. J., R.S.A., " River Scene " and " A Coast Scene " (Mitchell), £7 7s. 
Gascar, " Portrait of a Young Prince," oval, 43 x 36 (Cohen), ;^n us. 
Gellem, B., " Portrait of a Boy," signed and dated 173C, 49 X 39 (Cohen), 

;^i3 2S. 6d. 
Guard), F., " The Piazza of St. Mark's " and " The Rialto, Venice," a pair, 

14 X 21 (Lewis Simmons), ;^30 9s. 
Harding, J. D., 1859, " Near Dorking, Surrey," and " Lydia Bridge, Devon/' a 

pair, on panel, 22 x 17! (Mitchell), £2g 8s. 



February 29, 1908. 95 



Heda, C, " Still Life on a Table," on panel, 155 x ig? (Paterson), £^6 4s. 
Heusch, W. de, and Lingelbach, J., " The Gardens of a Chateau," 39 x 49 

(St. Hensd), 1C23 2s. 
Hogarth, W., " Portrait of Lord Holland," 50 X 40 (Merrell), /J30 8s. 
Hogarth, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 28 X 23 (Glen), ^9 9s. 
Honthorst, " A Captive," 42 x 30 (Harries), ;£J5 15s. 6d. 
Hoppner, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 50 X 40 (Leggatt), £2^ 2S. 
Hudson, T., " Portrait of a Youth," 74 x 47 (Collings), ;^5 5s. 
Hudson, T., " Portrait of Dr. South, Prebendary of Westminster," 17 x 134 

(Rev. R. Ross), £2 155. 
Ibbetson, J. C, " Landscape," 18 x 24 (Merrell), £1$ 15s. 
Janssens, " Portrait of a Lady," 39 x 29 (Mrs. Wheeler), £g 19s. 6d. 
Jordaens, " Mercury and Argus," 39 x 46 (Merrell), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Kneller, Sir G., " Portrait of the Duke of Marlborough " and " Portrait of the 

Duchess of Marlborough," a pair, 50 x 40 (Merrell), £ji 8s. 
Lawrence, Sir T., P.R..A., " Portrait of Richard Brinsley Sheridan," 49 x 39^ 

(Merrell), ;^s67. 
Lawrence, " Lady Willoughby, 30 x 25 (Parsons), £2^ 12s. 
Lawrence, " Portrait of a Lady," 295 x 2ij (Sulley & Co.), ;^22 is. 
Lawrence, " Head of a Girl," oval, 21 x 185 (Merrell), jCs^ 12s. 
Lindo, F., 1761, " Portrait of Lord Chesterfield," 295 x 24I (Mrs. Wheeler), 

£2 2S. 

Luny, T., " The Bay of Sorrento," 27 x 37J (Leggatt), £2 12s. 6d. 

Maes, N., " Portrait of the Duke of Marlborough," oval, i6i x ii| (Lewis 

Simmons), ;^27 6s. 
Maes, N., " Portrait of a Gentleman," 16 x iii (Howard), ;£J'3i los. 
Maes, N., " Portrait of James, Duke of Monmouth," 13 x 11 (Shelley), ;^n lis. 
Maes, " Portrait of a Boy," 48 X 39 (Leggatt), £q 9s. 
Mans, F. H., " A Village on a River," signed and dated 1668, 18J x 24J 

(Bryde), ;£^I2 12s. 
Manzoni, P., " The Cliffs at Dover," 44 x 33I (Crome), £i 3s. 
Monamy, " A Naval Engagement," 365 x S3J (Merrell), £ig 19s. 
Mytens, D., " Portrait of a Lady," 28 x 23 (Merrell), ;£r22 is. 
Mytens, D., " Portrait of a Lady," 28j x 23 (Cohen), £^2. 
Nasmyth, A., " Woody River Scene," 27 x 34 (Carfax), ;^35 14s. 
Os, Van, " Flower in a sculptured vase," 36 x 245 (Leggatt), ;^29 8s. 
Pagis, 1825, " Portrait of Jeremy Bentham," 27 x 23 (Parsons), ;^i8 i8s. 
Pannini, P., " Roman Ruins," a pair, 31 x 42J (Rutley), ;^32 iis. 
Pannini, P., " A Quay, with buildings, boats and figures," 39 x soj (Cohen), 

;^37 i6s. 
Poelenburg, " Landscape," on panel, 7I x loi (H. Smith), £g 9s. 
Raeburn, Sir H., R..A., " Portrait of Sir D. Wilkie, R..A.," oval, 30 X 25 

(Wall), £S<) 5s. 
Raeburn School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 50 x 40 (Moore & Son), ;^i4 14s. 
Raeburn, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 30 X 25 (Cohen), £^ 3s. 
Ravesteijn, N. Van, " Battle Pieces," a pair, on panel, 18 x 24^ (Lewis 

Simmons), £1$ 4s. 
Ramsay, A., " Portrait of a Gentleman," 33J x 2sJ (Smith), £g 9s. 
Rembrandt, " Portrait of Titus, the artist's son," 43J x 33J (Lewis Simmons), 

;£;2i5 5s- 
Rosa, S., " Hilly River Scene," 30 x 44 (Whale), £^ 4s. 
Rosa, S., " Landscape, with the flight into Egypt," 18 x 31I (Saunders). 



£S 155. 6d. 



96 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Rossum, J. Van, " Portrait of Ann Catherine, Countess of Chesterfield," oval, 

28 X 22J (Glen), £2,6 155. 
Shayer, W., senr., " Landscape," 12^ x i:J (Merrell), jCn 13s. 
Dyck, Van, " Portrait of Inigo Jones," oval, 30 x 23 (Merrell), ;£, 17 17s. 
Stry, J. Van, " Cattle and Peasants," on pane!, 23 x 33 (CoUings), ^£,9 gs. 
Velde, Van de, " Sea Piece," 39J x 49 (Merrell), ;£Ji2 t2S. 
Verboom, A. H., " Woody River Scene," signed and dated 1653, on panel, 

27J X 71 (Parsons), ;£r22 is. 
Vliet, H. C. Van der, " Interior of a Church," signed and dated 1671, 39 x 42 

(St. Hens^), ^33 12s. 
Watts, F. W., " River Scene," 52 x 71 (Leggatt), ^^54 12s. 
Wilkie, " Reading a Will," a sketch on panel, 5x7 (Shelley), iQ^ 4s. 
Willison, G., " Portrait of a Gentleman," 24J x iSJ (Cohen,) £'i 3s. 
Wilson, J. J., " Taking in a Pilot," 33 X 47 (Leggatt), ;£,'37 16s. 
Wilson, J. J., " Shipping on a Dutch River," 19I x 29J (Leggatt), ;^i6 i6s. 
Wilson, J. J., " Pier at Old Calais," i8i x 28^ (Merrell), £^ 9s. 
Wilson, J. J., " On the Thames near Battersea," on panel, 15 x 2oi (Carfax), 

£6 6s. 
Wilson, J. J., " Harbour Scene," iij x 2ij (Merrell), ;^io los. 
Wilson, J. J., " Tantallon Castle," on panel, loi X 155 (Leggatt), £c) igs. 6d. 
Wilson, J. J., " Ravensheugh," on panel, loj x isi (Mitchell), £<) 19s. 6d. 
Wilson, J. J., " Beach Scene," iii x 171 (.Merrell), £6 6s. 
Wilson, J. J., " Inchkeith on the Forth " and " A Bay Scene," on panel 

(Carfax), £\i iis. 
Wijsbrach, W., " Portrait of a Lady," signed and dated 1692, 25 x 20 

(Hanbury), £i'i 13s. 
Witte, De, " The Interior of a Church," 25J x 21 (De Maan), ;£J'io los. 
Wynants, J., " Woody Landscape," i5i x 19 (Ingram), ^£^25 4s. 
Wynants, " Landscape " and " The Madonna," after Guido, by L. Biagi, oyal 

(Cohen), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Zuccbero, " Mary Queen of Scots," 29 x 33} (Gooden x Fox), ;^i6 i6e 



DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 

DRAWING. 

Chalon, A. E., R.A., 1834, " Portrait of Mrs. Faircie, with her two children," 
30 X 21 (Curtis), £S 8s. 

PICTURES. 

Kauffmann, A., R.A., "Nymphs Chiding Cupid," 25 in. circle (Leggatt), ;£Ji6 161. 
Oudry, J. B., 1725, " A Pointer and a Partridge," 48 x 59 (Grace), £^/^ 2s. 
Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Portrait of Miss Esther Caroline Paget," 21 x 19 

(Lewis Simmons), £2,"] i6s. 
Romney, G., " Head of Lady Hamilton," i8i x 15} (Blackett), £'i<) i8s. 
Weenix, J. B., " A Dead Pelican and other Birds," 48 x 68 (Hamilton), 

£n "s. 
Weenix, J. B., " Dead Game and Birds," 56 x 76 (Earle), j£^6o i8s. 
Netscher, " The Toilet," on panel, 18 x 14 (Nathan), £'j 7s. 
Sartorius, F., 1786, " Woody Landscape, with five hounds," oval, 33 x 37J 

(Fores), £11 iis. 
Fyt, Jan, " Dead Game and Poultry, and two Dogs," 49 x 67J (Paget), £^1 io». 
Wootton, J., 1712, " Portrait of General Webb," 137 x 14a (E. T. Turner), 



February 29, 1908. 97 



Schoevaerdts, M., " Village Scene," on panel, lo x 14 (Cohen), £11 os. 6d. 

Casteels, P., " Water-Fowl," 25^ x 45 (Barnes), ^£'27 6s. 

Early English School, " Portraits of Miss Mary Ann Eycott and her brother, 

Henry Eycott," 50 x 39 (Renton), £siS 'os. 
Henderson, Cooper, " The Leeds Mail " and " The South Mail," a pair, 

2oi X 29 (Ellis Heyman), ;£7i89. 
Henderson, Cooper, " Farm Horses " and " Coach Horses," a pair, 12^ x 24 

(H. Smith), £ig 19s. 
Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Portrait of a Lady," 42 x 33j (Moore & Son), ;£^i6 16s. 
Hudson, T., " Portrait of the Duchess of Bedford," 22 x 17^ (Gooden x Fox), 

£^^ IS. 
Jervas, C, " Portrait of the Duchess of Berwick," 3IJ x 26 (Glen), £.c) 9s. 
Kauffman, A., R.A., " Classical Subjects," a pair, 24 in. circle (Cox), £2$ 4s. 
Netscher, G., " A Girl with a Parrot " and " A Girl with a Dog," a pair, on 

copper, 6x5 (Corns), ^28 7s. 
Tilborch, G., " Peasants Smoking and Drinking," en panel, loj x 8J (Cohen), 

£i 4S. 
Early English, " Portrait of a Young Girl," 23J x igi (Huggins), ^46 4s. 
Morland, " Breaking the Ice," 13^ x 16J (Corns), ;^24 3s. 

Burnet, J., 1820, " Fishermen on the Shore," on panel, 21 X 29 (Fraser), £y 7s. 
Dutch School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," on panel, oval, 27J x 21 (Glen), 

£iS 15s. 
Huysum J. Van, " Fruit and Flowers on a Sculptured Pedestal," 34J x 28 

(Gooden & Fox), j£7n5 los. 
Neer, .A. Van der, " River Scene," on panel, 18J x 25 (Paterson), ;£r35 14s. 
Lorraine, Claude, and Miel, Jan, " .\ Bay Scene," 43 x 75 (Gooden & Fox), 

£9 95- 
Copley, J. S., R.A., " Portrait of Colonel Carleton, afterwards first Lord 

Dorchester," 35 x 25 (Leggatt), ;£'6o i8s. 
Rubens, " Summer : A Landscape," on panel, 185 x 27I (Cooper), ;^48 6s. 
Early Flemish School, " The Descent from the Cross," on panel, gf x 7I 

(Eden), £17 17s. 
Opie, J., R.A., " Portrait of Miss Ellen Courtenay," oval, 17 x 151 (Douglas), 

;^22 IS. 

Early English, " Portrait of Mrs. Perry," 50 X 40 (Permain'i, ;^I5 15s- 

Stubbs, G., R.A., " Portrait of a Hunter," 40 X 50 (Leggatt), ;£J'io los. 

Serres, J. T., " A View of Liverpool," 26 x 425 (Young), £^2 los. 

Wilson, R., R..^., " River Scene," 265 x 43 (Permain), ;^I4 14s. 

Albano, " Ecce Homo," 39 x 50 (Bythesea), ;^I4 14s. 

Claude, " .A Bay Scene," 30 x 49 (Lawson), ^8 8s. 

Poussin, G., " Woody Landscape," 28 x 38 (Grant), £■; 7s. 

Ruysdael, " Woody Road Scene," on panel, 12 X 155 (Cohen), £^0 8s. 

Lely, " Portrait of a Lady," 49 x 39 (Paget), £^ 2S. 

Stubbs, G., R..A., " The Farmer's Wife." on panel, 34I x 53 (Leggatt), £i) gs. 

Unknown, " Dead Game," 27 x 35j (Wylie), £^ 3s. 

Hudson, T., " Portrait of Handel." 35J x 27J (Sichel), £^ 13s. 6d. 

Early English, " Portrait of a Girl," 24 x 2oi (Mose), £6 i6s. 6d. 

Dutch School, " Landscape," on panel, 27 x 34 (Parsons), £8 i8s. 6d. 

Loutherbourg, P. J. de, R.A., " River Scene," 33^ x 30 (Ceilings), ;^i6 5s. 6d. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



The following were sold by order of the executors of W. 
Jerdone Braikenridge, Esq., deceased, late of Claremont, 
Clevedon, Somerset : — 

PORTRAITS. 

" Portrait of an Old Man," 24^ x 191 (Parsons), ;£J3 13s. 6d. 

" Portrait of a Gentleman," 23J x 15 (Glen), ;£^2i. 

" Portrait of the Hon. Charles Stewart, fifth son of Sir William Stewart," 

29 X 233 (Fraser), £S 8s. 
" Portrait of a Gentleman, in breastplate," and " Portrait of a Gentleman, in 

white gown," a pair, 29 x 24 (Ramus), ;£J^i5 15s. 
" Portrait of a Gentleman, in armour," and " Portrait of a Gentleman, in 

scarlet robe," 29 x 24 (Glen), ;^io los. 
" Portrait of a Gentleman, in red dress," and " Portrait of a Gentleman, in 

white gown," 28J x 24 (Wall), ;^i2 12s. 

PICTURES. 

" Heads of the Saviour," on panel (Roberts), ;^i 5s. 

" Chaucer," on panel, " Monsieur Yeamen, in scarlet robe," a drawing, by G. 

Delamotte, and " The Bristol Beggar," a drawing (Bull), ^4 14s- 6d. 
" King Charles II. and his Chaplain," 35 x 21 (Moseley), ;{^2 2s. 
" King Edward VI. presenting Letters Patent to John A. Lasco," 55 x 73 

(Leggatt), £s 155. 6d. 
Carr^, J., " Portrait of the Artist Rymsdyk," signed and dated 1740, on panel. 

14! X II (Leggatt), £1 5s. 
Dutch School, " A Painting of a Panel," 37 X 27 (Turner), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Dutch School, " A View in a Town," on panel, 195 X 25 (Rutley), ;^3 13s. 6d. 
Flemish School, " The Wings of a Triptych, with donors," a pair, on panel. 

28 X 8i (Coxl, ;^73 los. 
Italian School, " The Madonna and Infant Saviour," 14J x 12J (Wylie), £1 15s. 



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March 7, 1908. The following were sold by order of 
the executors of C. T. Dickins, Esq., deceased, late of 
Arkindale, Putney Hill, S.W. :— 

DRAWINGS. 

Bradley, Basil, 1884, " On the Moors," 27 x i8i (Seely), ;^S4 12s. 

Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1868, "Five Cows in a Meadow: Evening," n x 20 

(Seely), £52 los. 
Hall, G. L., 1875, " Shakespeare's Cliff," 27 x 42J (Sampson), £8 8s. 
Smythe, L. P., A.R.A., 1887, " Among the Brambles," 25^ x 16 (Seely), ^67 4s. 
Wyllie, W. L., R-.-V., " Toil, Glitter, Grime and Wealth, on a Flowing Tide," 

16 X 22J, original sketch for the large picture (Seely), ^£^78 153. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " The ' Black Prince,' " loj x 12J (Frost and Reed), 

Wyllie, W. L., R..\., " On the Broad Atlantic : H.M.S. ' Hero ' and 

' Devastation,' " 9 X isi (Sampson), £11 iis. 
Wyllie, W. L., R..\., " B Squadron at Buncrana," 8 X isi (Sampson), ;£;ii lis. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " H.M.S. ' Rodney ' Coaling," 7 X 15J (Sampson), ^15 153. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " Friendly Natives Bringing off Supplies, Lough Swilly," 

6f X 15J (Sampson), £13 13s. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " The Torpedo Fleet," 6 x I3i (Sampson), £ig igs. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " H.M.S. ' Invincible ' and ' Amphion,' " 7i X isi 

(Sampson), ;£ri6 i6s. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " B Squadron in Lough Swilly," 6j x 15^ (Sampson), 

;^i3 13s. 
W'yllie, W. L., R.A., " A Sign.il from the ' Hercules '," 6| x 13 (Smith), ^21. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " Portland Roads," 45 X iSi (Sampson), £16 i6s. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " Leaving Portland Roads," 5J X 145 (Sampson), ;£;^ii iis. 
Wyllie, W. L., R..A., " H.M.S. ' Devastation,' " 4J x 15 (Sampson), ;£^i6 i6s. 
Wyllie, W. L., K..\., " Entrance to Lough Swilly," 4! x sh (Sampson), 



£^3 13s. 



PICTURES. 



Burgess, J. B., R..\., i8;8, "Cigar-Making in Seville," 16 x 20 (Lister), 

£52 103. 

Cole, Vicat, R.A., " Driving Sheep along a Lane," 11^ x 19 (Seely), ;^37 i6s. 
Crofts, Ernest, R.A., 1881, " Charles I. at Edgehill," 13 x 21 (W. Permain), 

£7<) i6s. 
Ellis, Edwin, " Whitby," 23 x 43 (Franklin), ;£J^i20 15s. 

Gill, E., 1878, " Falls of the Tummel," 173 x 235 (Gooden & Ford), ;^3i los. 
Goodall, F., R..'^., 1892, " Morning : Valley of the Nile, near Cairo," 15 x 36 

(Burgess), /,3s 14s. 
Hardy, J., jun., 1881, " Waiting for the Deer to Rise," 44 x 34 (Sampson), 

;£:44 2S. 
Hill, J. J., " Contemplation," 23J x 19J (Sampson), £y 17s. 6d. 
Hillingford, R., " Pro PatriS," 36 x 57 (Dobson), ;^89 55. 
Leighton, E. Blair, " The Gladiator's Wife," 6i x ^^7, Royal Academy, 1884 

(Ceely), £136 los. 
Linnig, W., 1848, " .\n Interior," 26i X 34I (Mitchell), £17 17s. 
Long, E., R..\., 1872, " Listening," 33^ x 17} (Sampson), £g igs 6d. 

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ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Mauve, A., " On the Scheldt," 29 X 43 (Lefevre), j£892 10s. 

Milesi, A. (Venice), " An Italian Fisherman and his Family," 37 X 51 

(Seymour), ;^68 5s. 
Metzu, G. (after), " The Game-Seller " and " The Poultry-Seller," a pair, 

17 X 12J (Seymour), £2^ 3s. 
Montague, A., 1858, *' St. Laur^antte, Rotterdam," 2gi x 24 (Seymour), £t^ 17s. 
Miiller, VV., 1843, " Carrying the Hay," 24J x 35J (Gooden & Fos), ;i£r3S7- 
Pyne, J. B., 1850, " Bassenthwaite Vale, Lake, and Village," 31 x 51 (Frost & 

Reed), £^^ 155. 
Pyne, J. B., 1849, " Welsh River Scene," 27 x 37 (Ceely), £-iJ 16s. 
Stanfield, C, R.A., 1847, " St. Michael's Mount," 29 x 50 (Franklin), ;^I73 SS. 
Topham, F. W., " Irish Peasants," 16J X 35 (Seymour), ^30 gs. 
Weber, Otto, " Sunset on the Hills," 22 x 39 (Franklin), ;^3i los. 
Wyllie, C. W., 1888, " The Whispering Waves were Half Asleep : Bosham " 

30 X SO (Seymour), £26 ss. 
Wyllie, C. W., 1893, " Under the Bridge : Brentford," 50 x 30 (Franklin), 

£S7 15s. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " Though thy Tackle's Torn, thou shew'st a Noble Vessel," 

36 X 73 (Ceely), ;^48 6s. 
Wyllie. W. L., R-.A., 1885, " Storm and Sunshine : k Battle with the Elements," 

40 X 65 (Franklin), ;^I20 5s. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " Heave Away : Barges Upward Bound, Shooting 

Rochester Bridge," 36 x 60 (Mitchell), £52 los. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., 1885, " Debatable Land," 27 x 50 (Seymour), ;^6o i8s. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., 1885, " Hard Times : Dredging for Coal," 26J x 50 

(Sampson), £^0 8s. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., 1881, " Unloading Timber," 17J X 31J (Franklin), £6^ 2S. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " Sand-Dunes," i-]\ X 31J (Ceely), £zy i6s. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., 1885, " Springtime in the Hundred of Hoo," 17J x 31J 

(.Agnew), £10^. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " Sheep-Dipping in the Hundred of Hoo," 17J x 31J 
(Wallis), £6?, ss. 

The following were sold by order of the executors of 
R. E. Tatham, Esq., deceased, late of 20, York Street, 
Portman Square, W. : — 

DRAWINGS. 
AUingham, H., " On the Brook Road to Hindhead," i2j x loj (Worsey), 

£n 8s. 
Ball, Wilfrid, 1887, " Venice," 6J X 11^ (Pease), £<) 9s. 
BuUeid, G. Lawrence, 1895, " A Tanagra Image-Seller," 281 x 2of (Frost & 

Reed), £ti 8s. 
Burne-Jones, Sir E., "Love among the Ruins." 38 x 60, the first work ot 

this subject painted by the artist (Agnew), £i,(iS2> 'SS. 
Butler, Mildred A., 1897, " The Banquet," 2sJ x 18J (Amor), £^S 6s. 
Cox, D., 1840, " Lymne Castle, Kent," 11 x 18J (Huggins), ;£'2S2. 
Dicksee, F., R.A., " Memories," 5 x 6f (Gooden & Fo:i), ;^i4i 153. 
Foster, Birket, " Sunset," sJ x 7i (Leggatt), ;^32 iis. 
Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1855, " The Standard-Bearer," 23 x 17J, Burlingtor 

House, 1901 (Agnew), ;^22o los. 
Goodwin, A., 1897, " The Pilgrims," 22 x 25^ (Fine Art Society), ^^42. 



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Haag, Carl, 1871, " War," 20J X 144 (Amor), £yi 8s. 

Hemy, C. Napier, A.R.A., 1892, " Fair Wind and Fine Weather," 23J x 36 

(Sampson), ;,£J'72 gs. 
Hine, H. G., 1874, " Folkington Hill, Sussex," igj X 35 (Gooden & Fox), 

;£,'283 los. 
Hunt, A. W., " Saltwick Bay," 11 x isi (Agnew), ;^84. 
Hunt, W., " Too Hot," 14J x io|, Burlington House, 1901 (Agnew), £s6y. 
Hunt, W., " Plums and Greengages," oval, 8x11 (Barrett), ;£ji36 los. 
Lloyd, Tom, 1891, " In Early Spring," 15^ X 3S5 (Baron Boxall), £^6 4s. 
Lloyd, Tom, 1894, " Grandmother," 8 x 13^ (Ladbury), £so 8s. 
Macbeth, R. W., R.A., 1901, " The Lass that a Sailor Loves," 7I x gi (Agnew), 

£32 IIS. 

Marshall, Herbert, 1893, " The Temple Embankment : Twilight," 10 x 14 

(Younger), £3() i8s. 
Marshall, Herbert, 1891, " Hyde Park Corner," 6f x 9? (Fraherne), ;^27 6s. 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 1868, " A Dream at Dawn," gf x 6|, Guildhall, 1896 

(Agnew), ^451 10s. 
Montalba, Clara, 1893, " Fishing-Boats, Venice," 6f X loi (Falser), £2$ 7s. 
Pilsbury, Wilmot, 1888, " A Quiet Pool," 15I x 23 (Ceely), £43 is. 
Pinwell, G. J., 1873, " The Great Lady," 17I X 26 (Agnew), j£j472 los. 
Prout, S., " The Entrance to Chartres Cathedral," 28 X 21 (R. Robson), /;'483. 
Pyne, T., 18S8, "The Bridge at Sandwich," 13 X 21 (W. Permain), ;£;3i 10s. 
Richardson, T. M., 1858, " Naples," 2if x 48! (Gooden & Fox), ^£.7388 los. 
Robertson, C, " The Mosque Door : Lower Egypt," gj x 265 (Amor), ;£,273. 
Rossetti, D. G., 1867, " Lady Lilith," 20 X 17, Glasgow, 1901 (Agnew), ;£"44i. 
Tadema, Sir L. Alma, R.A., " A Bacchante," 18 X 12 (Gooden & Fox), £357. 
Thorne-Waite, R., " Going to Work," loi X 15 (Leggatt), ^'68 ss. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Windsor Castle," iij X 17, engraved by W. Miller 

in " England and Wales " (Agnew), £1,785. 
Turner, J. M. W., R. A., " Carnarvon Castle," 11 X 165, engraved by W. 

Radclyffe, 1835, in " England and Wales " (Agnew), ;^i,oi8 los. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Constance," 12 x 18 (Agnew), ^^2,310. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Zurich," iij x i8|, Guildhall, i89g, engraved by 

J. A. Prior (Wallis), ;^7i4. 
Walker, F., A.R.A., " The Harbour of Refuge," 22 x 354 (C. Davis), ;^2,709. 
Walker, F., A.R.A., " The Violet Field," gf x 15!, Burlington House, 1906 

(Andrews), ^1,680. 
Walker, F., A.R..\., " The Bee-Hives," gf x 13I, Burlington House, 1906 

(Andrews), £^77 10s. 
Walker, F., A.R.A., " Blackberry-Gatherers," 8f, circle (Gooden & Fox), £147- 
Walker, W. Eyre, 1896, " Rising Mists," 23^ x 373 (Brown & Phillips), £48 6s. 
Weedon, A. W., 1894, " Windy Autumn," 25J x 40 (C. Davis), £72 los. 
Wint, P. de, " Lincoln," nj x 355 (Partridge), ^1,102 los. 

PICTURES. 

Linnell, J., sen., 1855, " The Timber-Waggon," i6i x 24 (Wallis), £^25. 
Lucas, Seymour, R.A., " The Roundelay," 23^ x 32J, Royal Academy, 1907 

(Millers), ^£^136 los. 
Mason, G., A.R.A., " The Gander," Burlington House, 1901 (Agnew), ^i,9g5. 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 1885, " Orphans," 37 X 27, Fair Children Exhibition, 

i8gs (Agnew), ;^i,6i7. 
Walker, F., A.R.A., " The Old Gate," Burlington House, 1901 (Agnew), ;^i,S7S. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March 14, 1908. Modern pictures and drawings, the 
property of William Connal, Esq., of Glasgow : — 

Le Roche, P., " A Cottage Interior," on porcelain, 7i X 7 (Bois), £3 3s. 

DRAWINGS. 
Blatherwick, L., " Sunflower " and " White Lily," a pair, 381 x 8| (Pertnain), 

£2 2S. 

Bouvier, A., " A Dancing Girl," 2i| x 133 (Bois), ^4 4s. 
Bouvier, A., 1874, " A Greek Girl," 20 x 155 (Sampson), £2 2S. 
Bouvier, J., " The Doves of Venice," 235 x 17 (Macfarlane), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Bouvier, J., "The Flower-Girl ol St. Mark's," 23J x 17 (Bois), £n 14s. 6d. 
Burne-Jones, Sir E., " The Bath of Venus," 52 x 18J, Guildhall, 1897 

(Muggins), ;^588. 
Burne-Jones, Sir E., "The Wheel of Fortune), 45 x 21, Glasgow Institute, 1888 

(Gooden & Fox), ;^262 los. 
Cox, D., " An Old Watermill," loj x I4i (Permain), .£'21. 
Khnopff, F., 1833, " Saint Anthony and the Queen of Sheba," 32^ x 32^, 

Guildhall, 1906 (Connell), j£^54 12s. 
Khnopff, F., 1894, " Sous les Arbres," 27I x 11 (Sampson), ;6i> "S. 
Khnopff, F., " Jealousy," black and white, 9I x 4J (Lindlar), £2 3*- 
Moore, Albert, " One of the Audience," 15 x loj, Glasgow International Exhi- 
bition, 1907 (Collings), ;^2I. 
Moore, Albert, " Study for ' Blossoms,' " charcoal, 57 x 17 (Eyies), ;^22 is. 
Moore, Albert, " Head of a Lady," charcoal, 11x8 (Huggins), £2 12s. 6d. 
North, J. W., A.R.A., " .\ Woodcutter; or The Wood-Reeve's Daughter," 9x6 

(Connell), ;^22 is. 
North, J. W., A.R.A., 1875, " A Mauritanian," 7 X 12 (Connell), ;£^I7 17s. 
Pinwell, G. J., 1867, " The Sisters," 16 x 14^, Burlington House, 1906 

(Leggatt), ;£;S2 los. 
Powell, Sir F., " Yachts," 13J x 205 (Leggatt), ;^2i. 
Reid, J., "A Street in Edinburgh," iij x 91 (Lister), ;^5 iss. 6d. 
Rossetti, D. G., 1864, " Spring," 8i X 7I (Carfax), ;£;'22 is. 
Rossetti, D. G., 1873, " Ligeia Siren," coloured chalk, 313 x aij (Sampson), 

£27 6s. 
Rossetti, D. G., 1868, " Portrait of a Lady " (Mrs. Morris), coloured chalk, 

3ii X 23 (Sulley & Co.), ^738 17s. 
Sandys, F., 1896, " Daffodils," 13! x 10 (Dowdeswell), £jy 17s. 
Sandys, F., 1900, " Head of a Girl," 19! x J35 (Dowdeswell), ;^48 6s. 
West, W. J., 1902, " Firelight and Pearl," 17 x loj (Connell), £5^ 12s. 

PICTURES. 

" The Holy Family, with Angels, at Bethlehem," on panel, 8i x 11 (Sackville 

Gallery), £& i8s. 6d. 
Blum, R. (New York), 1881, " The Dance," 9J x 23J (Sampson), £1^ 15s. 
Paris Bordone (after), " Portrait of a Lady," by Emily J. Floris, 1887, 44 x 33i 

(Collings), £2 2S. 
Boughton, G. H., R.A., " Winter : The Song Ended," 48 x 24 (Lister), £2y 6s. 
Boughton, G. H., R.A., " Hesitation," on panel, 20J x 13 (Sampson), ;£,"26 55. 



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Brett, J., A.R.A., " A Lady with a Dove," 234 x lyi (Carfax), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Brown, Ford Madox, 1852, " Pretty Baa Lambs," on panel 7I x 10 (Carfax), 

Burne-Jones, Sir E., 1874-84, " The Pilgrim at the Gate of Idleness," 37 x Sij. 
Glasgow Inlernational Exhibition, 1888 (Sampson), £2$^ los. 

Burne-Jones, Sir E., 1899, " The Heart of the Rose," 37 X 515, New Gallery, 
1893 (Sampson), £s^5- 

Burne-Jones, Sir E., 1883, " A Wood Nymph," 48 X 48, exhibited at the 
Glasgow International Exhibition, 1888 (Reid), ;^i,i86 los 

Burne-Jones, Sir E., " A Sea-Nymph," 48 x 48, Glasgow International Exhibi- 
tion, 1888 (Sulley & Co.), iJios. 

Burne-Jones, Sir E., 18S1, " An Angel," on panel, 9I X 6|, Glasgow Inter- 
national Exhibition, 1888 (Reid), ;£;'84. 

Burne-Jones, Sir P., 1S88, " The Vision of Ezekiel," 22 x 171 (Shepherd), 
£'29 8s. 

Burne-Jones, Sir P., 1889, " The Tower of Babel," 22 x 17^ (Grenfell), ;£'26 5s. 

Fraser, Alex., R.S.A., " Queen Mary's Audience-Chamber, Holyrood," on panel, 
17 X 23 (Reid), £18 iSs. 

Gainsborough, T., R.A., " Portrait of William Jones, Esq., of Bath," 29 x 24, 
Grosvenor Gallery, 1885 (Paterson), ;^52 los. 

Herdman, R., R.S.A., 1883, " Antigone," 49 X 25^ (Dott), ^27 6s. 

Holyoake, W., " The Overture," 245 x 33 (Benton), £g 9s. 

Khnopff, F., " Acrasia " and " Britomart," a pair, 60 x 165, Irish International 
Exhibition, 1907 (Connell), £s^ '^s- 

Kolitz, L. (of Dusseldorf), " The Wine-Cup " and " A Bacchante," a pair, 
43 X 32 (Levin), ;^I9 19s. 

Lavery, J., R.S.A., 1894, " Portrait of a Lady," 305 X 25 (Sampson), ;^I5 iss. 

Lungren, " A Rainy Day in New York," 12J X i6| (Levin), £4 14s. 6d. 

Maclise, D., R..\., 1862, " Lady Jane Grey," 19 x 15^ (Collings), £2 12s. 6d. 

Monticelli, A. T. J., " Calvary," 21 x 41 (Obach), ;^44 2s. 

Moore, .Mbert, " Midsummer," 61 x 583, Irish International Exhibition, 1907 
(Gooden & Fox), ;^i,05o. 

Moore, .Albert, " Reading Aloud," 41J x 80J (Reid), ;^840. 

Moore, Albert, " An Idyll : or The Lovers," 3:^ x 281, Glasgow International 
Exhibition, igoi (Connell), .^378. 

Moore, Albert, " Yellow Marguerites," 25} x 19, Glasgow International Exhibi- 
tion, 1901 (Sulley & Co.), £262 los. 

Moore, Albert, " White Hydrangeas," 45 x I7i, Burlington House, 1906 
(Sulley), ;^262 los. 

Moore, .Albert, " The Miraculous Sacrifice : Elijah and the Priests of Baal," 
385 X 6g, Royal Academy, 1865 (Murray), £jo^. 

Moore, .Albert, "A Study for 'Topaz,'" 33 X iij (Sulley), ;^io5. 

Moore, Albert, " Pale Margaret," 12J x gj (Sulley), £2S 14s. 

Moore, Albert, " A Bit of Moonlight," 13! x 8j (Agnew), £S 8s. 

Moore, Albert, " Reading Aloud : A Study for the large picture," 6J x 13 
(Sulley & Co.), ;£'io los. 

De Morgan, Evelyn, 1879, " The Annunciation," 51 x 39 (Sampson), £4^ 2S. 

Munkacsy, M., 1880, " Ihe Head of Christ," 31 x 24J (Lindlar), ;^42. 

North, J. W., A.R..A., " An English Western Valley," 51 x 71, Royal 
Academy, 1897 (Lumb), £.8g 5s. 

North, J. W., A.R.A., " The Isle of Avalon," 34 x 41, Royal Academy, 1902 
(Wallis), ;^78 15s. 

North, J. W., A.R.A., 1905, " The Old Quarry," 28 x 34i (Wallis), £6y 



104 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

North, J. \V., A.R.A., " Spring," 25 x 38J, New Gallery, 1889 (Agnew), £^2. 
North, J. W., A.R.A., " Winter Passing Away," 25 x 38^, New Gallery, 1889 

(Agnew), £S2 ids. 
North, J. W., A.R.A., 1903, " Poor Iseult," 18 x 12J (Permain), £^6 4s. 
North, J. W., A.R.A., 1903, " In Thicket-Frayed," 18 x i2i (W. Smith), 

;£'i6 i6s. 
Norwich School, " A Lake Scene," 26 x 37J (Sampson), £^ 4s. 
Park, Steward, ' Roses in a Glass Bowl," 15 x 10 (Clonnel), £18 i8s. 
Paterson, J., A.R.S.A., 1894, "Underwoods: Moniaive," 19^ x 23^ (Hayward), 

£27 6s. 
Paterson, J., A.R.S.A., 1895, " Over the Hills : Moniaive," 19J x 23i (Peyton), 

£17 17s. 
Paton, Sir J. Noel, P.R.S..^., " Undine," 8 X 5j, Burlington House, 1906 

(Bruzaud), ;^5S i6s. 
Permain, L. E., " White Roses in a Vase," 20 X 16J (Younger), £^ 9s. 
Poynter, Sir E. J., P.R.A., 1875, " Cupid and Psyche," 12J x 22J, Glasgow 

International Exhibition, i888 (Cripps), ;^56 14s. 
Rossetti, D. G., " Mnemosyne; or. The Lamp of Memory," 48 x 235, Burlington 

House, 1906 (Sulley), ;^262 los. 
Sandys, F., " Perdita," on panel, i2| x loj (Dunthorne), ;£JiS7 los. 
Stanhope, R. Spencer, "The Birth of Venus," on panel, 21J x 11} (Judge 

Evans), ;^i6 i6s. 
Watts, G. F., R..\., " Orpheus anl Eurydice," 29I x i8f (Connell), £336. 
Watts, G. F., R.A., 1874, " A Girl Reading," 25I x 20^ (Cardew), £^7 5s. 
Watts, G. F., R.A., " Artemis," 20J x 16^ (Permain), ;t252. 
Whistler, J. M., " A Symphony in Silver and Grey," 17 x 29J (Gooden & Fox), 

^,50 8s. 
School of Van Eyck, " A Triptych," with the Descent from the Cross in the 

centre. Saint Joseph of .\rimathea and the Magdalen on the wings, on panel, 

mounted as a screen (Mallmann), ;^6o 18s. 



DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 

DR.'\WINGS. 

Goodwin, A., tgoi, " Naples and Mount Vesuvius," 10 x 14^ (Harris), £33 iii. 

Goodwin, A., 1901, " Durham," 11 x I5i (W. Smith), ;£-35 14s. 

Goodwin, A., 1889, " The Falls of the Rhine," 9I x :i (Gooden & Fox), ;^i8 i8s. 

Goodwin, A., 1900, Cologne, 1870, 10 X 14I (W. Smith), £25 4s. 

Goodwin, A., " Atrani, near Amalfi," 10 X 14! (Cardew), ;£r30 9s. 

Goodwin, A., 1901, " Cairo," lOj x 15 (Leggatt), £13 13s. 

Goodwin, A., 18S8, " Durham : Sunset," io| x 17J (Gooden & F"ox), £^. 

Goodwin, A., 1887, " Rochester," 6| x 9J (Gooden & Fox), ;^i8 iSs. 

Riccardi, N., " The Connoisseur," 231 x 17J (Bale), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 

Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., " The Standard-Bearer," 5^ x 2^ (Levin), ;^5 15s. 6d. 

Tayler, F., 1862, "A Highland Cottage," 11 x 15 (Price), ;£?I4 14s. 

Frere, Ed., 1871, " A Young Critic," 10 x 8j (Leggatt), £10 los. 

Cameron, D. Y., .^.R.S.A., " Chateau Guillard," 9 x 135 (Connell), ;£ri8 18s. 

Cameron, D. Y., A.R.S.A., " Glencaple," 5 x 14 (Callow), ;^I4 14s. 

Poynter, Sir E. J., P.R.A., 1893, " A Street in an Old Town," aoj x 13J 

(Leggatt), £25 4s. 
Webb, J., i856, " A Storm off Fowey Castle," 30 X 28 (Vicars), £ig 19s. 



March 14, 1908. 105 

Cameron, D. Y., A.R.S.A., " The Itchen," yi x 13 (Agnew), ;^io los. 
Sims, C, A.R.A., " All Thy Garments Smel' of Myrrh, Aloes, and Cassia," 
16 X 9I (.Sampson), ;t"24 3s. 

PICTURES. 

Diaz, N., " L'Orage," 125 x 17 ^Thorne), ;£,'ii us. 

Clausen, G., R.A., 1889, "Winter Evening: The Village Shop," iij X 131 

(Sampson), ;^8 Ss. 
Br^anski, .\. de, 1S73, '" The Ruins of Valle Crucis Abbey," 39 x 61 (Sampson), 

Adams, J. Clayton, 1899, " Summer-Time in Cumberland,' igi x 29^ (Thorne), 

^8 8s. 
Goodall, F., R.A., 1870, " The Palm Offering," 2i| x 15} (Sampson), ^'17 17s. 
Payton, J., 1864, " .\ Musical Party," 10 x iij (Greig), ;£?£ 5s. 
Riviere, Briton, R.A., 1892, " Anxiety," 26 x 21 (Mace), ;£J94 los. 
Pickersgill, F. R., R..\., " Hotspur Deriding Glendower and Mortimer," 

271 X 42 (Wood), ;t"io los. 
Bargue, C, " An .Arab Smoker," lyj x i2j (Boss), ;{r2i. 
Bourges, L., " Faggot-Gatherers," 16 x 24 (Sampson), ;^12 12s. 
Brett, J., .'i.R.A., 1891, " Aberporth, looking West," 14J x 29^ (CoUings), 

£•27 6s. 
Farquharson, D., .\.R..\., 1901, " Glen Falloch," 171 x 295 (Mitchell), ^^31 los. 
Farquharson, D., .-^.R.-A., 1892-3, " Dunkeld," 15 x 23I (Mitchell), ;^29 8s. 
Farquharson, D., .■\.R..\., 1906, " Hedgerows in May," 151 x 2ij (Sampson), 

;6'29 8s. 
Farquharson, D., .\.R..-\., 1901, " Summer Day. Loch .\chray," 151 x 23^ 

(Sampson), ;£^2i. 
Farquharson, D., A.R..\., 1898, "Summer: On the River Don, .Aberdeenshire," 

131 X 231 (Sampson), £25 4s. 
Farquharson, D., .A.R.-A., 1901, " Up .Among the Grouse," iiJ x 19^ (Sampson), 

£'S '5s- 
Farquharson, D., .A.R.A., 1901, " Kilchurn Castle," 9J x i3i (Sampson), 

£15 15s- 
Goodall, F., R..A., 1866, " Rebecca," 11 x 8i (Sampson), ;£r2i. 
Harpignies, H., 1864, " Campagne Romaine," 9^ x 15^ (Thrift), £62- 
Leader, B. W., R..A., 1895, " Conway Bay and the Welsh Hills," 16 x 29 

(Tooth), £71 8s. 
Leader, B. W., R.A., tgoi, " An Old Port," iii x 19^ (Smith), ;£;89 5s. 
Leslie, G. D., R..A., " Rosebuds" 27 x 18 (Mitchell), ^^39 18s. 
Morland, G., " Wreckers on the Sea Coast," 11 j x 15I (Thorne), £6 6s. 
Munthe, L., 1876, " Through the Wood : Winter," 32 x 25 (Lindlar), ;£748 6s. 
Coleman, W. S., " Feeding Pigeons," 26 x j6 (Mitchell), £1^ igs. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1870, " Sundown in the Marshes, near Canterbury," 

47 X 71J (Mace), ;^i78 los. 
Crofts, E., R..A., 1895, " Napoleon's Last Grand .Attack : Waterloo." 59 x 92, 

Royal Academy, 1895, (Sampson), £:'i52 5s. 
Hillingford, R., " Napoleon Entering Moscow " and " Wellington before 

Waterloo," a pair, 7J x iij (Gooden & Fox). £2$ 7s. 
Lewin, S., 1902, " Hush," 27! x 36 (Lister), ;£r26 5s. 
Mogford, J., 1856, " Dunstaffnage " and " Near Oban," a pair, 14^ x 10 

(Ward), £n 14s. 
Niemann, E. J., " Newark " and " Windsor Castle," a pair, 7i x i&J 

(Mitchell), ;£;i6 i6s. 



io6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Pott, I.. J., 1892, " A Reverie," 3gi x 24i (Sampson), ./Tzi. 

Pvne, J. B., 1886, " The Gulf Island : The Island of Ischia," 20 x 33 (Sampson), 

£Z9 i8s. 
Sant, J., R.A., " Enoch Arden," sij x 4:^, St. Louis Exhibition, 1904 

(Jardine), ;^52 los. 
Stuart, C, " Their Native Land," 19J x 29^ (Lister), ;^i4 3s. 6d. 
Vickers, A., " Aberglaslyn, North Wales," 14^ x 13^ (D. & M. Davis). 

£<) 19s. 6d. 



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March 16, 1908. The following were sold by order ot 
the executors of Sir Charles A. Turner, K.C.I.E., deceased, 
late of 62, Ennismore Gardens, S.W. : — 

DRAWINGS. 

Cosway, " George IV. as Prince of Wales," pastel, and an engraving, oval, 

26 X 205 (Wall), ;£52 los. 
Gainsborough, " Landscape," 225 x 32 (Gunn), ;^2 los. 
Guardi, F., " A Seaport," pen and ink, 11 x 185 (Parsons), ;£^io. 

PICTURES. 

Aelst, W. Van, " A Shell on a Table," on panel, 15 x iij (Cohen), £1^ 14s. 

Amberger, " Portrait of a Lady," 21 x 16 (Schwarz), £n7. 

Barker (of Bath), " The Poultry Thief," 19 x 24 (Wall), £5 5s. 

Bassano, J., " The Angel Appearing to the Shepherds," 42 x 33 (Murray), 

Blankerhof, J. T., " Coast Scene," 16 x 24 (Lewis & Simmons), ;£^4 4s. 

Bloemaert, A., " The Egg-Seller," 325 x 25 (Wall), ;^12 12s. 

Bonington, " A Quay at Yarmouth," 7J x 10 (Mrs. Wilson), £^ 14s. 6d. 

Brauwer, A., " A Smoker," on panel, 95 x 7I (Cox), £iy 17s. 

Burne-Jones, Sir E., " Portrait of a Lady," 24 x 18 (Wall), £i^- 

Campagnola, D., " The Madonna and Child," 2O5 x 27 (Wall), £2g 8s. 

Camphuysen, G., " Landscape," 155 X i6j (Mallmann), £s^ '6s. 

Champagne, P. de, " Portrait of a Divine," 265 x 20 (Cohen), £^ 55. 

Constable, J., R.A., "Coast Scene," 9I x 18 (Wall), j£Ti6 i6s. 

Crome, J., " A Woody Stream," lof x 85 (Shepherd), ;^'5 55. 

Crome, " River Scene," iSj x 125 (Munn), j^z 12s. 6d. 

Delorme, A., " The Interior of a Cathedral," 45 x 55 (Cohen), ;£,7S 12s. 

Dosso Dossi, " A Landscape," with the Holy Family, Saint Catherine and 

Saint John, on panel, 24 x 32J (Robinson), ;£,'5 15s. 6d. 
Early English, " Portrait of a Lady," oval, 29 x 24 (Konody), ;^I3 13s 
Everdingen, A. van, " A Rocky River Scene," 12 j x 171 (Mallmann), ;^ii us. 
Eyck, M. van, " The Madonna and Child," 12J x gi (Lewis & Simmons), 

;^ii OS. 6d. 
French School, " Woody Landscape," loj x 14 (Mrs. Wilson), £^ 5s. 
Gainsborough, T., R.A., " A Woody River Scene," 38 x 48 (Wall), ;^i26. 
Gainsborough, " Children with a Donkey," 50 X 39 (Cohen), £^^ 3S- 
German School, " Portrait of Jacob Jiigger," i8j x 14J (Mallmann), £jS i8s. 
Gozzoli, " The Christening of John the Baptist," on panel, loj x gj (Glen), 

£13 2S. 6d. 
Guardi, F., " The Dogana, Venice " and " Head of the Artist," unframed 

(Mallmann), £16 i6s. 
Heem, C. de, " Fruit and Lobster on a Slab," 14J x gj (Schroeder), £6^ 2S. 
Hoet, G., " A Lady," playing a guitar, 95 x 7 (Schwarz), £ig igs. 
Italian School, " The Duet," 445 x 345 (Cohen), £6 6s. 
Italian School, " The Holy Family," 30 x 23 (Cohen), ;£,"i3 13s. 
Italian School, "Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane," 13 x 11 (Mallmann), 

£2 2S. 

Italian School, " Saint Catherine," 14J x 4^ (Schwarz), £y 7s. 



io8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Italian School, " The Madonna and Child," 13J x lof (CoUings), £2 as. 
Janssens, C, " Portrait of a Lady," 29 x 24 (Cunliffe), ;^I5 153. 
Laar, P., Van, " Peasants Regaling," igj x 11 (de Quinto), £1 ns. 6d. 
Lawrence, Sir T., P-R-.A., " Portrait of George Canning," a sketch, 23^ X 17 

(Douglas), ^'33 12s. 
Grande, L., Le, " Peace " and " War," a pair, 9 x 12 (Parsons), ;^3 3s. 
Leyden, Van, " Joseph Interpreting Pharaoh's Dream" and " Potiphar's Wife," 

a pair, 6i x 73 (HoUender & Koekkoek), ^£^'39 i8s. 
Linnell, J., sen., " A River Scene," on panel, and " A Winter Scene " (Wall), 

^I IS. 

Longhi, P., " A Carnival," 235 x 19 (Wall), £1^^ 13s. 

Luny, T., " Coast Scene," 19 x 26 (CoUings), £^. 

Marieschi, J., " The Marriage of the Adriatic," iSJ x 305 (Heigham & Co.), 

^^48 6s. 
Mazo, Del, " Head of a Gentleman," 16 x iij (Wagner), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Memling, " The Madonna," 18 x 12 (Schroeder), £60 i8s. 
Mengs, Raphael, " Saint .Moysius," oval, 31 x 25 (Cohen), ;^5 5s. 
Molyn, P., " River Scene," 18 x 25 (Smith), £i-j :7s. 

Moretto, " Portrait of a Venetian Nobleman," 45 x 33 (Cohen), £•; 17s. 6d. 
Moroni, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 44 x 36J (Wall), ^5 5s. 
Mostaert, "A Lady," 11 x 8J (Wall), £2 12s. 6d. 

Orley, Van, " The Madonna and Child," 15 x 12 (Mallmann), ;^27 6s. 
Ostade, " Head of an Old Man " and " Portrait of a Gentleman," pastel, 

oval (Gunn), £1 is. 
Pether, A., " Two River Scenes : Moonlight " (Money). £t, 3s. 
Piazeta, G. B., " Pleading for the Prodigal Son," 29I x 39 (CoUings), 

£S iSs. 6d. 
Quadrone, J., 1875, " The Last Drop," 8^ x 6J (Wall), ;^i6 i6s. 
Quast, P., " Boors Playing Cards," iij x i6j (Schwarz), ;^37 i6s. 
Rembrandt School, " The Adoration of the Magi," 18 x 21 (Cohen), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Reynolds, " Portrait of Mrs. Beresford," 235 x 19J (Nicholson), £(> 6s. 
Reynolds, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 225 x 19 (Wagner), ;^io los. 
Ryckaert, D., " An Interior," 14J x 13 (Lewis & Simmons), £2^, 2s. 
Santvoort, D. van, " Portrait of a Lady," 25J x 20j (Parsons), ;^3S 14s. 
Schalcken, G., " h Cavalier and a Lady at a Window," 85 x 6J (Wall), ;^i6 l6s. 
Scorel, Van, " The Madonna and Infant Saviour," on panel, 12I x 9i (Cox), 

£S Ss. 
Shaver, W., sen., " Landscape," q\ x iij (Arthurton), ;^I9 19s. 
Siennese School, " The Madonna and Child," 175 x 13? (Carfax), £^ 14s, 6d. 
Solimena, F., " The Resurrection of a Saint," 29 X 40 (CoUings), £'i 3s, 
Stark, J., " Landscape," 91 x iij (W. Permain), £6 6s. 
Teniers, " An Interior," on copper, 5j x Si (Schwarz), ;^I3 13s. 
Tintoretto, " Portrait of a Doge of Venice," 43 x 37 (Cox), £2 12s. 6d. 
Van Dyck, Sir A., " An Allegory," 48 x 37J, Burlington House, 1900 

(HoUender & Koekoek), ;^40 19s. 
Venetian School, " Four Saints in a Landscape," 22 x 22J (Cox), £^ 15s. 6d. 
Veronese, "The Madonna and Child," 16^ x 11 (Cohen), £:, 5s. 
Vincent, G., " River Scene," 153 x 13J (Lovegrove), £■] 17s. 6d. 
Volterra, De da, " The Madonna and Child," 25 x 34 (Mrs. Wheeler), ;^5 5s. 
Voys, A. de, " A Woman Holding a Bottle " and " k Toper " (Cox), £2 12s. 6d. 
Ward, " Pigs in a Sty," i6\ x 20J, and WerfJ, " Portrait of a General," in 

armour, on copper, oval, 7J X 6 (Wall), £s ss. 



March i6, 1908. 109 

Wilson, J. J., " Two Coast Scenes " (Wall), £2 12s. 6d. 

Witte, G. de, " Three Peasants Conversing," 175 x 14J (Glen), £,\ 4s. 

Wouverman, " Landscape," SJ x 12 (Howard), £5 5s. 

Wright, J. (of Derby), " Portrait of the Artist," 29^ x 24} (Rutley), ;£^i6 i6i. 

Wynants, J., " A Sandy Road," 135 x i6i (Howard), ;^i6 i6s. 

Zurburan, F., " A Monk Praying," 24 x isi (Wall), £4 4s. 



DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 

DRAWINGS. 

"A Girl," pastel, 24 x i8 (Huggins), ;^S 5s. 

Lawrence, " Portrait of Jane Bell Livesey," pencil and chalk, 8^ x jj 

(Dobell), v;i2 I2S. 
lackson, " Portrait of Georgina, Dowager Lady Dover," 10 x 7J (Carpenter), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 
Early English, " Two Ladies" Portraits," pastels (Bates), £g 9s. 
Muller, W., 1843, " Landscape," 5 x 14J (Oppd), ^12 12s. 

PICTURES. 
Bassano, " Landscapes, with Figures and Animals," a pair, 30 x 42 (Engel), 

£•4 4S. 
Dutch School, " Portrait of Dr. Westcombe, of Exeter," 43 x 32^ (Mrs. Wheeler), 

£6 6s. 
Artois, J.. " Woody Landscape," 28 x 43 (Munn), £2 12s. 6d. 
Early English, " A Girl in White Dress," 29 x 24 (Munn), £2 12s. 6d. 
Percy, S. R., and Shayer, W., " Landscape," 19J x 295 (CoUings), £2 2s. 
Placido, F., 1871, " A Woman with a Lace Mantilla," 32 x 25 (Munn), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 
Ostade, " Peasants at a Repast " and " A Toper " (Harries), £^ 4s. 
Reynolds, " Venus and a Piping Boy," 35 x 27 (Thome), ;^2i. 
Unknown, " Portrait of a Youth " and " Portrait of a Lady " (Cotes), £^ 4s. 
Neefs, " The Interior of a Church," ig x 24J (Thome), ;^8 8s. 
Dutch School. " The Interior of a Palace," 145 x 225 (Streletskie), ;^5 55. 
Wheatley, "The Press-Gang," 9J x 115 (Wells), ;^5 15s. 6d. 
Carboni, G. B., " Portrait of a Gentleman," 25 x 22 (de Ouinto), £2 12s. 6d. 
Kneller, " Portrait of Miss Throgmorton," 50 x 56 (Treasure), £8 8s. 
Wilkie, " An Interior," 27 x 39 (Treasure), £21. 
Lilienberg, C, " Dead Birds on a Table," 19 x 31 (HoUender & Koekoek), 

;6lO lOS. 

Walscapelle, J., " A Basket of Flowers," 27 x 355 (Collings), £6 6s. 

Creswick, " A Woody Lane " and " Head of a Man " (Nash), £1 iis. 6d. 

Calcott, " Coast Scene " and " Woody Landscape " (Harries), £^ 14s. 6d. 

Dutch School, " An Interior," 18J x 20^ (Treasure), £^ 3s. 

Guerin, P., " La Grande Pharmacie," 28 x 21 (Engel), £i 13s. 6d. 

Barker, "The Woodman " and " Peasants," a pair, 25 x i8i (Leger), £1 59. 

Wilson, " Hilly River Scene," i3i x 171 (Crome), £1 55. 

French School, " Masquerade Figures," as " The Judgment of Pari*," 39 x 24 

(Nicholson), ;£r2i. 
Hogarth, " Portrait of a Girl," 29 x 24 (F. Howard), £$ iss. 6d. 
Seeman, E., " Portrait of a Lady," 49 x 39 (Cohen), ;^i3 13s. 
Kneller, " Portraits of two Gentlemen. " 50 x 40 (Cohen), £2 13s. 6<1 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Kneller, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 50 x 40 (Glen), £S 8s. 

Early English, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 23^ x 19 (Schwarz), £13 2s. 6d. 

Flemish School, " The Descent from the Cross," 29J x 24^ (Hollender & 

Koekoek), ;665 2S. 
Ostade, " Boors Drinking and Smoking," 15 x 13 (Sackville Gallery), £7 7s. 
Dutch School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 8j x 65 (Sackville Gallery), £2 2S. 
Scott, " A View of the Strand with St. Mary's Church," 19 x 31 (Arthurton), 

£iS 4s. 6d. 
Norwich School, "Woody Landscape," 18 x 22f (Grose), ;^i iis. 6d. 
Dutch School, " Landscape," 53 x 64 (van Druen), £4 14s. 6d. 
Breughel, " A Landscape," 13 x 17 (Cohen), ^3 13s. 6d. 
Flemish School, " Saint Jerome," 36 X 26 (Engel), £z 12s. 6d. 
Boeyermans, T., 1667, " Mucius Scsevola," 64 x 72 (Harries), £1 is. 
Guardi, " The Piazza of St. Mark's, Venice," a pair, 19 x 28J (Leger), 

;^ii OS. 6d. 
Marieschi, " Canal Scene, Venice," 15 X 20 (Murray), £^0 gs. 
Ruysdael, " Woody Landscape," igi X 25 (Blythe), ;^37 i6s. 
Early English, " Portrait of a Lady," oval, 20J x 16J (Thome), £13 13s. 
Gainsborough, " Portrait of Mrs. Mavor," 364 X 33 (Marks), ^£^47 ss. 
Early English, " Portrait of Mrs. Otto of Marlborough " as a Bacchante, 29 X 24 

(F. Howard), ;^22 is. 
Janssens, " Portrait of a Lady," oval. 26 X 20 (Leger), ^i 17s. 
Bassano, " A Flood," 45 X 63 (Levin), £^ 4s. 
Dutch School, " A Gentleman, with his Wife and Child," 48 x 37 (Lewis U 

Simmons), jfSi i8s. 
Dutch School, " Still Life," 16J x 15 (Louglas), ;^ii lis. 
Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Head of a Boy," a sketch, 23J x 17^ (Glen), 

£52 los. 
Briggs, H. P., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Jameson," 33 x 27 (de Quinto), ^5 5s. 
Brouck, M., Van, " A Landscape," 19 x 31 (Mallmann), £n 14s. 
Brewer, J., " Harper's Ferry," Norwich Cathedral, 23J x 36 (Munn), £6 6s. 
Barry, J., R.A., " Portrait of Robert Emmet," 29 x 24 (Arthurton), ;^2i. 
Cross, J., Van, "Landscape," 13 x 195 (Parsons), ;£'i7 17s. 
Van Dyck, Sir A., " Head of a Lady," grisaille, 7x5^ (Schwarz), ;^22 is. 



March 17, 1908. 



March 17, 1908. Engravings of the Early English 
School from various private sources. 

ETCHINGS BY D. Y. CAMERON. 

" Mars' Work " (Manistre), £2 12s. 6d. 
A Similar Lot (Manistre), £12 is. 6d. 
" Ponte del Trinita, Florence " (Bateman), £f5 15s. 6d. 
A Similar Lot (Brewer), ;^5 15s. fid. 
" St. Merri " (Connell), /^y 7s. 

" North Porch, Harfleur," second state (Gutekunst), ;^22 is. 
" Cambuskenreth " (Parsons), £7 17s. fid. 
" Loches " (Gutekunst), ^19 19s. 
" The Avenue " (Connell), £7 7s. 
" Haddington " (Connell), £s SS- 
" Monte ViUiers," first state (Connell), £<) 9$. 
" Border Towers " and " Berwick-on-Tweed " (Connell), ;^i7 17s. 
" Murthly-on-Tay " (Marston), £6 i6s. fid. 
'St. Lau mer Blois " (Connell), £^35 14s. 

" A Street at Saverne," etching by Whistler (Gutekunst), £6 6s. 
" La Lecture," " Etude d'une Femme Vue de dos," " Beatrice et B^nidict," 

and another, lithographs, by Fantin.Latour (Parsons), £2 js. 
" Horse Guards " (Connell), £5 Ss. 
" Newgate," on green paper (Connell), ;^i3 13s. 
" St. George's, Hanover Square " (Rimell), £s 155. fid. 
" Chinon " (Connell), £13 13s. 

" Monte Villiers," second state (Gutekunst), ^^9 19s. fid. 
" Mars' Work " (Parsons), ;£ri2 is. fid. 
" Pluscarden " (Connell), ^5 5s. 
" Robin Hood's Court " Gutekunst), £y 17s. fid. 

£7 17s- 6d. 
"A Norman Village," trial proof, and " Old Houses at La Roche ' (Connell), 
" Still Waters," trial proof (Parsons), ;^12 is. fid. 
" The Avenue " (Rimell), £y 7s. 
" Nocturne," etching by J. M. Whistler, printed by the etcher (Obach), £31 los. 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 

" Love," " Liberality," " Sincerity," and five others, by Bartolozzi, small ovals, 

printed in colours (A. Davis), £y ys. 
" Power of Love " and " Power of Beauty," by the same, after Cipriani, 

printed in colours, and " Prudence and Beauty " and " Genius and Beauty," 

in red (Maggs), £^ 14s. fid. 
" The Seasons," after Kauflman, by ditto, a set of four, in red, " The Infant " 

and " The Angel," by Cheesman (Parker), £^ 4s. 
Classical subjects, a pair, circles, and three others (Cox), £^ 14s. fid. 
" Lady in Turkish Dress," after KaufTman, by Ryland, in red, and three 

others (Hare), £1 iis. fid. 
" Flora " and " Pomona," after A. KaufFman, by Bartolozzi, a pair, in red 

(Feldwicke), £n 14s. fid. 



JI2 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

" Blind Man's Bufi," after Kauffman, circle, printed in colours (Rimell), £5 5s. 

" The Toilette of Venus," after the same, by Trotter, and two others (Brail), 

£1 IS. 

" Paris " and " Helen," after the same, by Bartolozzi, a pair, in red 

(Maj. Piggott), £-i 13s. 3d. 
" Nymphs Dancing " and " Nymphs Sacrificing," after the same, by Scorodomoff, 

a pair, in red (Brail), £1 is. 
" Antiope," " A Bacchanalian Nymph " and " A Dancing Nymph," after A. 

KauSTman, printed in colours (F. Daniell), ;£'ii lis. 
" The Elements," after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, a set of four, printed in colours 

(Cox), £1^ 14s. 
" A Sacrifice to Cupid " and " The Triumph of Beauty and Love," after and by 

the same, printed in colours (Connell), ;^5 iss. 6d. 
" L'AUegra " and " La Penserosa," after A. Kauffman, " Girl of Modena " and 

" Girl of the Forest of Snowden," printed in colours (Cox), ;^I3 13s. 
Classical subjects, after A. Kauffman, by Scorodomoff, a set of three, printed in 

colours (Cox), ;^i8 i8s. 
" The Judgment of Paris," after and by the same, printed in colours (Parsons), 

£^1 17s. 
" Black, Brown and Fair," by J. R. Smith (Walters), ;^3 13s. 6d. 
" The Visit Returned," after Morland, by Nutter, and " The Country Maid," 

after Bunbury (Isaac), £2 12s. 6d. 
" Haymakers," after Singleton, by Nutter, printed in colours (Parker), £e, 5s. 
" Mrs. Fitzherbert," after Cosway, by Cond^, in red, and " Miss Lumsdon," 

after Willison, by T. Watson, first state (Maggs), ^i tis. 6d. 
" Abelard and Eloisa," after Gardner, by Watson, a pair, ovals, and another 

(Brail), ^i IS. 
" Serena," after Romney, by J. R. Smith (Lauser), ;^S ss. 



The following were the property of Thomas Wilkinson, 
Esq., of 36, Duke Road, Brighton : — 

" Battledore and Shuttlecock," after Hamilton, by J. Barney, proof before 

letters (Mrs. Frankan), £1 iis. 6d. 
" The Pedler," by and after Van Assen, and " The Beggar Maid," after 

Benwell, printed in colours (Leggatt), £t, los. 
" Jenny at the Spinning Wheel," after Benwell, by Bartolozzi, proof before 

letters (Parsons), £^ 4s. 
" A St. James's Beauty " and " A St. Giles's Beauty," after Benwell, by 

Bartolozzi, a pair, in bistre (Parsons), £n 14s. 
" Cupid and Aglaia " and " Cupid and Euphrosyne," after A. Kauffman, by 

T. Burke, proofs in red (F. Daniell), £t,o 9s. 
" .Abra " and " Una and the Lion," after and by the same, a pair, in red 

(Cox), £\6 i6s. 
" Savoir Vivre — Sans Souci " and " Sans Six Sous," a pair, printed in colours 

(Ellis), ;£;2i. 
" The First Pledge of Love," after Morland, by W. Ward, in bistre (Freeman), 

£2 2S. 

" Hesitation," by and after W. Ward, in bistre (Dighton), £e, 15s. 6d. 
" Miss Bover," after Hoppner, by C. Watson, with full margin, and " Marie 
Antoinette," by Cheeaaian, proof (Pollard), £q gs. 



March 17, 1908. 113 



' The Marquis de Veuville," after Van Dyck, by R. Cooper, proof, printed in 

colours (Tatham), £4 4s. 
' Napoleon Bonaparte," by J. Boggi, and " The Duke of Gloucester," by 

Cheesman, printed in colours, on satin (Sabin), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 
' The Sempstress (Lady Hamilton)," after Romney, by T. Cheesman, open 

letter proof, in bistre (Cox), £S 8s. 
' The Spinster (Lady Hamilton," after and by the same, proof before any 

letters, in bistre (Williamson), £^- 15s. 
' Mrs. Jordan as ' The Romp,' " after Romney, by J. Ogborne, first state 

(Maggs), £g 19s. 6d. 
' Lady Hamilton as ' St. Cecilia,' " after Romney, by G. Keating (Taylor), 

£2 2S. 

' Ladv Louisa Manners," after Sir J. Reynolds, by C. Knight, proof (Maggs), 

;^'.8 i8s. 
' The Ladies Rushout," after Plimer, by T. Burke, proofs, with uncut margins, 

four in two frames (Noseda), £8^ ss. 
' Lady Rushout and Daughter," after A. Kauffman, by T. Burke, in bistre 

(Gooden & Fox), £-5° 8s. 

R. COSWAY, R.A. 

' Maria Cosway," by F. Bartolozzi, etched letter proof (Agnew), £2 3^- 

' Mrs. Baldwin as ' A Grecian Lady,' " by the same, proof before letters 

(Williamson), £5 5s. 
' Mrs. Harding and Child, ' The Fair Moralist,' " by the same, proof before 

any letters, in bistre (Maggs), £14 14s. 
' Harriet, Viscountess Bulkeley," by the same, etched letter proof, in red 

(GreviUe), £6 6s. 
' Melania (Mrs. Robinson)," by J. Cond^, proof before any letters, in bistre 

(Noseda), £n 14s. 
' Hon. Mrs. Darner," by Schiavonetti, proof before letters (Parker), los. 6d. 
' Mrs. Cosway " and " Hon Mrs. Damer," by Schiavonetti, a pair, printed in 

colours (Colnaghi & Co.), ;£^6o i8s. 
' Hugh Henry Seymour," by T. Cheesman, and " The Chancellor of Ireland," 

by Bartolozzi, proofs before any letters (Dighton), V74 4s. 
' Vincent Leonardi," " Lady Caroline Ponsonby," by Bartolozzi, proofs before 

any letters, and " Mrs. Damer," by Schiavonetti (Turner), £y 17s. 6d. 



SIR J. REYNOLDS. 

Miss Kerr Gordon (Angels' Heads)," by P. Simon (Taylor), £g gs. 

Countess Spencer," by Bartolozzi, first published state, in bistre, and " Hon 

Miss Bingham," by the same, proof, in bistre (Greville), £44 2S. 
Lady Elizabeth Foster," by the same, in bistre (Parsons), ;,f22 is. 
Hon. Leicester Stanhope," by the same, proof, in bistre (Parsons), ;^8 8s. 
The Young Lord Burghersh," by the same, in bistre (Parsons), £y 17s. 6d. 
Venus Chiding Cupid," by the same (Maggs), £6 6s. 
' Girl and Kitten," by the same, proof before letters, in bistre (Carpenter), 

£^3 13s- 
' The Age of Innocence," by J. Grozer, with uncut margin (Cox), £g 19s. 6d. 



114 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



The following were from the collection of C A. C. Pon- 
sonby, Esq. : — 

" Hope and Fortune," after Cipriani, by Minasi, printed in colours (Leggatt), 

£i los. 
" The Three Graces," after Bunbury, by Bartolozzi, printed in colours (Pollard), 

£7 17s- 6d. 
" Zephyrus and Flora " and " Vertumnus and Pomona," after Coypel, by 

Bartolczzi, a pair, in colours (Bihn), £2^ 3s. 
" Oh ! che B'^ccone ! " stipple by Siccardi (Sabin), ;£J4 14s. 6d. 
" The Happv Mother," after Countess Spencer, by J. Gillray, and " A Lady," 

after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi (Pollard), £^ 14s. 6d. 
" Duchess of Devonshire," after Lady D. Beauclerc, and " Lady Duncannon," 

after Countess Spencer, by Bartolozzi, proofs (Young), ;£6 6s. 
" Countess Spencer," after Sir J. Reynolds, by Bartolozzi, in red (Dighton), 

£g 19s. 6d. 
" The Duchess of Devonshire," after Lady D. Beauclerc, printed in colours, and 

" Lady Catherine Powlett," after Cosway, by C. White, proof before any 

letters, and " Signora Rosalba," by Bartolozzi, in red (Turner), £^ 14s. 6d. 
" Countess Spencer," after Howard, by C. Turner, proof before letters (Gooden & 

Fox), ;^I IS. 

" The Duchess of Devonshire," after Downman, by Bartolozzi, printed iff 

colours (Ellis & Smith), £65 2S. 
The same, after Nixon, by Bartolozzi, in red, and " Maria, Countess of Suffolk," 

after Read, by J. Watson, engraver's proof (Harvey), ^26 5s. 
" Henrietta, Countess of Warwick," after Romney, by J. R. Smith (Sabin), 

£h 3s 
" Hon. Mrs. Bouverie," after Hoppner, by J. R. Smith (Lauser), £13 13s. 

OTHER PROPERTIES. 

In the Folio. 

" Le Pot au Lait " and " Le Verre d'Eau," after Fragonard, by N. Ponce, a 

pair, and five others (Levin), £2 2s. 
" Boyhood's Reverie " and " Childhood's Companion," after Lawrence, by 

Cousins (.^gnew), £2 2s. 
" The Storm," after Morland, by W. Ward, printed in colours (Sabin), ;£'io los. 
" The Farmyard," after Morland, by W. Ward, printe.i in colours (Wood), £^ 5s. 
" The Promenade in St. James's Park " and " An Airing in Hyde Park," after 

E. Dayes, by Soiron and Gaugain, a pair (Noseda), ;^5o 8s. 

Framed. 

" Mrs. Braddyll," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A., first state 

(Roberts), £63. 
" Lady Clive," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A., first published state, 

(Roberts), £^7 55. 
" Mrs. Wolff," after and by the same, proof before letters (Roberts), ;^ii us. 
" An English Lady," after Jackson, by S. W. Reynolds, proof before letters 

(Ball), £S 89. 



March 17, 1908. 115 



" Master Lambton," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A. (Gunn), jC^ 4s. 

" Miss Croker," after and by the same (Parsons), £8 8s. 

" Lady Leicester as ' Hope,' " after the same, by H. Meyer (Gooden & Fox), 

£1 us. 6d. 
" Lady Harriet Herbert," after Reynolds, by V. Green, first state (W. Sabin), 

;£'27 6s. 
" Mrs. Scott Waring and Children," after Russell, by C. Turner, and another 

(Feldwicke), £2 12s. 6d. 
" Master Lambton," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A. (Gunn), £6 6s. 
" A Sacrifice to Hymen," after Sir J. Reynolds, by T. Watson, and another 

(Parsons), £6 6s. 
" Jack in the Bilboes," after Morland, by W. Ward, and two historical subjects 

after A. Kauffman, in colours (Munro), £3 13s. 6d. 
" Miss Farren," after Sir T. Lawrence, by F. Bartolozzi, printed in colours 

(Gibbs), £i) 9s. 
" Mrs. Q.," after Huet Villiers, by W. Blake, printed in colours (Maggs), 

;£'l8 i8s. 

" A FIower-Girl," after Zoffany, oval, printed in colours (Home), £3 13s. 6d. 
" Louisa," after Morland, by T. Gaugain, a pair, in bistre (Lauser), £5 55. 
" The Warrener," after Morland, by W. Ward, etched letter proof (Leggatt) 

£^6 4s. 
" A Visit to the Boarding School " and " A Visit to the Child at Nurse," after 

Morland, by W. Ward, printed in colours (Smith), ;^50 8s. 
" The Countess of Derby," after Lawrence, by Bartolozzi, printed in colours 

(Bird), £10 los. 
" Infancy " and " Protection," after Gardner, by White, a pair, printed in 

colours (Ellis and Smith), £^2 us. 
" Angels' Heads (Miss Kerr Gordon)," after Sir J. Reynolds, by P. Simon, 

printed in colours (Colnaghi), ;^iio 5s. 
" Juno Demanding the Cestus " and " Cupid Sleping," after A. Kauffman, by 

W. Ryland, a pair, printed in colours (Davis), £t2 12s. 
" Olim Truncus Eram," after and by the same, printed in colours (Maggs), 

£7 17s. 6d. 
Classical subjects, after A. Kauffman, by Ryland, proofs before letters, in red 

(Turner), £5 ss. 
" Edward L and Queen Eleanor " and the companion, after and by the same, 

proof before letters, in red (Levin), £5 55. 
" Cupid and Euphrosyne," after ditto, by T. Burke, in red (Sabin), £j^ 3s. 6d. 
" A Nymph and Cupid," pencil and chalk drawing (Hunt), £s 5s. 
Cries of London : " Sweet China Oranges " and " Matches," after F. Wheatley, 

by Schiavonetti and A. Cardon, printed in colours (W. Sabin), £j8 i8s. 
" Rubbing Down the Post-Horse " and " Watering the Cart-Horse," after G. 

Morland, by J. R. Smith, a pair, printed in colours (Harvey), £'^6 15s. 
" The Return from Shooting " and " The Return from Coursing," after 

Wheatley and W. Hamilton, printed in colours (Morley), £2 13s. 6d. 
" Shooting," after G. Stubbs, by W. Woollett, the set of four (Maggs), 

£j^ 3s. 6d. 
" Epsom Races," after Pollard, by C. Hunt, a set of six, in colours (C. Davis), 

Racing Subjects, after H. Aiken, by Sutherland, a set of four, in colours (Sabin), 

£.2g 8s. 
" Royal Mails Starting from the General Post-Office," after Pollard, by Reeves, 

in colours (Wood), £2 2S. 

I 2 



ii6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

" Portrait of a Race-horse," after Agasse, by C Turner, proof before letters, 

and one, after Gerrard (W. Sabin), ;^I2 is. 6d. 
" The Duchess of York," after J. Hoppner, by C. Young, printed in colours, 

framed (Parsons), ;^34 13s. 
" The Snake in the Grass," after Sir J. Reynolds, by W. Ward, printed in 

colours, framed (Carington), ^47 53. 



March 21, 1908. 117 



March 21, 1908. The collection of G. R. Burnett, Esq., 
who is giving up his residence, i6o, Cromwell Road, 
S.W. :— 

WATER COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

Barret, G., " Harvesting : Moonlight," 18^ x 25J (Leggatt), ;^i3 13s. 

Callcott, Sir A. W., R..^., " Coast Scene," 7 x 10 (Sampson), ;6"4 4s. 

Clausen, G., R-.A., " Landscape " and " River Scene," a pair, 6x8$ 
(Sampson), £.■] 7s. 

Collier, T., 1879, " Coast Scene," iij X 35! (Sampsoni, £2^^ 8s. 

Collier, T., 1879, " Scene on a Common," 93 X 13! (Hadderwick), £■},-, 14s. 

Cotman, J. S., 1828, " View in a French Town," 17 x 22I (Agnew), £.-,\ 8s. 

Cox, D., " A Road Across a Common," \a\ x 145 (.Agnew), ^^73 los. 

Cox, D., " Lake Scene, North Wales," 18^ X 21 (.Agnew), ^31 los. 

Cos, D., " Mountainous Landscape," 75 X iij (Bruce Gardyne), £\2. 12s. 

Fielding, C, 1824, " Coast Scene," lOj X 145 (Mitchell), £i.\. 

Hardy, T. B., 1873, "A Signal of Distress off Broadstairs," i\\ x 415 (Samp- 
son), £,1"] 17s. 

Holland, J., 1862, " The Entrance to the Grand Canal, Venice," 12 x 15 
(Leggatt), ;^io5. 

Hunt, W., " Primroses and Bird's-Nests," 8| x 133, Guildhall, 1896 (Gooden 
and Fox), ;£r86 2S. 

Hunt, W., " .Apple, Cherries and Gooseberries," 7j x lof (Williamson), 

£\2 I2S. 

Lewis, J. P., R.A., 1858, " .\ Halt in the Desert," 17 x 12J (Leggatt), £,\o los. 
Moore, H., R.A., 1873, " Off Ryde," \o\ x 15 (Lister), £12 13s. 
Moore, H., R..A., 1889, " Carting Seaweed," SJ x 15 (.Agnew), ;^i8 i8s. 
Miiller, W., 1843, " The Gardens of a Chateau," 12I x 191 (Permain), £y 7s. 
Poynter, Sir E. J., P.R.A., " Landscape," gj X 135 (Sampson), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Prout, S., " The Clock Tower, Rouen," loj x 8j (Leggatt), ;^23 2s. 
Prout, S., " The Well, Nuremburg," io| x 8j (Fletcher), ;^23 as. 
Stanfield, C, R.A., " Castle Douglas, Loch Leven." 6^ x loj (Mitchell), 

j£^24 3s. 
Mayer, Fred, " Dutch Peasant Girls," 125 x 15 (.A. Woodroffe), £^ 5s. 
Tayler, F., 1854, " Hunting in the Olden Time," iij x I7j (Mitchell), £7 7s. 
Tayler, F., 1871, " Going to the Cover," ii x 14I (Mitchell), £y 7s. 
Turner, J. M. W., R..A., " Lulworth Castle," 6 x gj, engraved by G. Cooke 

in the " Southern Coast " (Agnew), ;£^220 los. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Goarhausen and Katz Castle," 75 x iif (.Agnew), 

£50 8s. 
Turner, J. M. W., R..A., " Bow-and-.Arrow Castle, Isle of Portland," 6 x 9J, 

engraved in the " Southern Coast " (.Agnew), ;£^io5. 
Turner, J. .M. W., R.A., " Sisteron, Basses Alpes," sJ x 71 (.\gnew), ;^42. 
Turner, J. M. W., R..A., " Langdale Pikes and River Brathay, Cumberland,' 

(Fletcher), £2^ 2s. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Neapolitan Coast," 5I x gf (.Agnew), ;^29 8s. 
Turner, J. M. W., R..A., " River Scene: Sunset," 3 x Sj (Shef-herd), £^1 los 
Wint, P. de, " Landscape," 14 x 22 (Ajnew), ^47 5s. 



iiS ART PRICES CURRENT. 



VVint, P. de, " A Harvest Field," 14 X 22 (Agnew), £<i2. 

Wint, P. de, " The Village Inn," 8 x isi (Agnew), £73 10s. 

Wint, P. de, " Newark Castle," 10 X 16 (Agnew), ;£:i20 15s. 

Wint, P. de, " An Old Farm by a River," 12 x 19 (Gooden and Fox), £57 15s. 

Wint, P. de, " Woody Landscape," 15 X 13 (Huggins), ;,£;io 10s. 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 

Biseo, C, 1874, " A Roman Flower-Seller," iSi x 145 (Lister), £^ 4s. 

Fontana, R., " An Italian Girl," 13 X 9 (Jee), £^ 4s. 

Foreau, H., " Le Bac de Soubise," 9I X 14! (Shepherd), £7 7s. 

Foreau, H., " Le Soir : La Charente " and " Lever de Lune : Baie 

d'OIeron," a pair, 6| X 93 (.^gnew), £13 13s. 
Harpignies, H., " Chataigniers de Beauvoir, Briare : November," 14J X 21J 

(Obach), £.^6 4s. 
Harpignies, H., 1S81, " View over a River," 12 x 18 (Obach), ;^s8 i6s. 
Harpignies, H., 1S8S, " View at Oiserne, near Chartres," 7I X io| (Day), £zt. 
Harpignies, H., 1886, "Briare," 7i X 11 (Agnew), ^^31 los. 
Harpignies, H., 1886, "St. Priv^," 7J X n (Lefevre), £23 2s. 
Harpignies, H., 1878, " On the Banks of a River," 11 J X 9^ (Agnew), £33 12s. 
Harpignies, H., 1886, " .\t Moonrise," 9 X 12^ (Obach), ^32 iis. 
Harpignies, H., 1888, " Antibes," io| X 7? (Obach), ;6i2 12s. 
Harpignies, H., 1888, "Antibes, Alpes Maritimes," 11 X 7j (Miss Davison), 

;C26 5s. 
Israels, J., " Gathering Potatoes," 11 X 16 (Wallis), £1^1 155. 
Israels, J., " Pipering Food," 13 X 7 (Agnew), ;{;i68. 
Kever, J. S. H., " Baby's Soup," 13^ x 173 (Wallis), ;£r22 is. 
Kever, J. S. H., " A Young Girl of Laren," i6i X 10 (Obach), ;^is iss. 
Meulen, P. Ter, " In the Meadows," 8^ x 10 (Lefevre), £27 6s. 
Mura, F., " Coast Scene," black and white, 13 X 18^ (Connell), £5 15s. 6d. 
Mura, F., " Landscape," black and white, lOj X i6j (Connell), ;^4 14s. 6d. 
Mura, F., " Canal Scene " and " Forest Scene," black and white, a pair, 

11^ X 8| (Bakker), £7 17s. 6d. 
Mura, F., " Haymaking," black and white, 9 X 11 (Smith), £3 3s. 
Rip, W. C, " Approche d'Orage," 16 x 24^ (Roe), £16 i6s. 
Vungman, W., " A Character Study at Volendam," 6x5! (Lixter), £1 is. 



MODERN PICTURES. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 
Brangwyn, F., A.R.A., 1889, " Sandwich : Evening," 48 X 57 (Mitchell), 

;^22 IS. 

Brangwyn, F., A.R..A., " The Sail-Makers, Mevagissey Bay," 49 x 62 

(Sampson), ;^3i los. 
Brangwyn, F., A.R.A., " The Lord Mayor's .Show in Olden Time," 19J x 235 

(Lefevre), ;^i26. 
Brangwyn, F., A.R.A., 1869, " Stand By," 391 X 49i (Sampson), ;^29 8s. 
Brangwyn, F., .A.R.A., 1897, " The Tower Bridge," 24 x 2gJ (Lefevre), 

;^48 6s. 
Brangwyn, F., A.R.A., 1896, " Venice," 29 x 39 (Sampson), ;^68 53. 
Brangwyn, F., A.R..A., 1890, " Mending Sails," iif x 17 (Webb), ;£r23 2S. 



March 21, 1908. 119 

Brangwyn, F., A.R.A., 1890, " Galatz," 12 x 16J (Sampson), £26 ss. 
Cotman, J. S., " Road Scene," 29 x 24 (Gooden and Fox), £-;i 153. 
Fildes, Sir Luke, R.A., i8gi, " Head of a Girl," ii X 7I (Smith), £.86 2S. 
Goodall, F., R.A., 1876, " An Egyptian Shepherd," 29J x 70j (Sampson), 

£&i i8s. 
Hardy, Hey wood, 1875, " The Only One," 20^ X 16^ (Lister), ^3 3s. 
Hunt, A. W., " Styhead Pass, from Borrowdale," 355 X 27 (Vicars), ^44 2s. 
Hunter, Colin, A.R.A., 1878, " A Highland Village on the Coast," 11 x igj 

(Connell), £.ii) 19s. 
Kennington, T. B., " The Battle of Life," 46 x 69, Paris Exhibition, 1889 

(Ceilings), £.-iS 14s- 
Lawson, Cecil, " A Quiet Pool : Evening," iif X i6j (Sampson), ;^35 14s. 
Moore, H., R.A., " Wreck of the Austrian Barque ' Olympe ' in Yarmouth 

Roads," 355 X 61, Royal Academy, 1877 (Sampson), £^1 los. 
Moore, H., R.A., i88g, " A Thunderstorm Passing Off," 35J X 54 (Sampson), 

£n I OS. 
Moore, H., R.A., " Outside the Harbour," 41J x 72, Royal Academy, 1875 

(Sampson), ;£78i i8s. 
Moore, H., R.A., " A Wild Evening after Rain," 37J x 705, Royal 

Academy, 1869 (J. A. Fletcher), £2-] 63. 
Moore, H., R.A., 1866-72, " Brading Down, Isle of Wight," 28 x 711, Paris 

Exhibition, 1867 (Jee), £^6 4s. 
Moore, H., R.A., 1883, " Off Cherbourg," 21 x 303 (Sampson), £6^ 2s. 
Moore, H., R.A., 1883, " Off the Lizard," 21 x 30J (Tooth), £\'ii SS. 
Murray, David, R.A., 1882, " Sun-Steep'd Noon," 115 x 175 (Mitchell), ;^9 9s 
Phillip, J., R.A., 1856, " Cottage Interior," 18 x 23 (T. Permain), ;^29 8s. 
Phillip, J., R.A., " A Girl Spinning," i6j X 135 (Baker), £2 12s. 6d. 
Roffe, A., " The Murder of Duncan," 50I X 71 (Nash), £2 12s. 6d. 
Stott, Edward, A.R.A., " Boys Bathing," 215 x 27J (Sampson), £•}! 8s. 
Topham, F. W. W., " Cradle Adventure of Giulio Varano, 1434," 295 x 21J, 
Royal Academy, 1872 (Sampson), £6 6s. 



CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 

Beul, F. de, " Harrowing," 18 x 24 (Fletcher), £6 6s. 

Billet, P., 1874, " Tobacco-Smuggling in Russia," 43 x 59 (Jee), £\6 i6s. 

Bock, Th. de, " Woody Landscape," 9J x 7J (Gooden and Fox), £2~, 4s. 

Corot, J. B. C, " Woody Landscape," 10 x 14^ (Gooden and Fox), ;£'i57 los. 

Corot, J. B. C, " Lake Scene," 8 X 13 (Agnew), ;£r94 los. 

Corot, J. B. C, " View near the Coast," gj x 12^ (Obach), £i'i los. 

Corot, J. B. C, " Allee Dans le Pare de Cambri," 211 x I5i (Obach), ;^S04. 

Corot, J. B. C, " River Scene," 14 x 191 (Naim), £2:^1. 

Corot, J. B. C, " Ville d'.Avray," to x 135 (Agnew), £■^0^ :os. 

Corot, J. B. C, " A Harvest-Field," 6f x i6i (Freshfield), ;£r94 los. 

Corot, J. B. C, " Woody Landscape," loj x 14 (Jee), ;!£r42. 

Courant, Maurice, 1887, " Off Honfleur," 32 X 38J (Baker), ^12 12s. 

Courant, Maurice, 1887, " A Harbour," 20 X 25 (Lee), ;^23 2s. 

Couture, T., " Head of a Girl," 19 x 155 (Obach), ^'6 6s. 

Daubigny, C. F., " View on the Coast," 23 x 39 (Obach), ;^273. 

Daubigny, C. F., 1S74, " A Stormy Day on the Coast," 17J x 31! (Jee), 

;/?iio ss. 
Daubigny, C. F., " On the Oise," i4i x 26 (Gooden and Fox), ;^i57 los. 
Daubigny, C. F., " Landscape," 14! x 26 (Gooden and Fox), ;^i57 los. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Daubigny, C. F., 1874, " A Village on the Oise," 12^ x 22 (Gooden and Fox> 

^367 los. 
Daubigny, C. P., " Coast Scene," i2i X 2ii (Byrne), ^£'136 ids. 
Daubigny, "Gathering Seaweed," 9J X 17 (Paterson), ^£^199 los. 
Diaz, N., " A Bouquet of Flowers," iij X 8 (Connelli, ;^84 
Duez, E., 1875, "A Sculptor's Studio," 15^ X 13J (Bruce), ;£,2 2S. 
Duverger, T. E., "Reading the Letter," 9i X 7 (H. Smith), £s 15s. 6d. 
Fantin-Latour, H., i860, " Flowers in a Glass Jar," 133 x 10 (Cremetti) 

£3(> 155 
Fantin-Latour, H., 1861, " Portrait of the Artist's Sister," io| x loj (Obach), 

Flick, E., 1875, " On the Seine, near Poissy," 6J x qf (Pease). :^8 i8s. 6d. 

Harpignies, H., "Landscape," 21 X 15? (Obach), ^315. 

Harpignies, H., " River Scene," SJ x 9 (Cremetti), £t\ 

Harpignies, H., " A Country Road : Evening," 6f x 9I (Nairn), ^'94 103 

Heymans, A. J., " On the Scheldt," 25 x 39 (Levita), ;6i5 'SS- 

Israels, J., " Prayer," 35 x 23^ (Obach), ;^2io. 

Israels, J., " Portrait of a Lady," 23 X 17 (Lefevre), ;^73 los. 

Israels, J., " An Old Fisherman," 22J x 17 (Lefevre), ;^iS7 los 

Israels, J., " .An Old Woman," 14 x gi (Tooth), ;£r2io. 

Israels, J., " A Fisherman's Wife and Child," 14 X 8\ (Tooth), ;^i68. 

Israels, J., " A Girl at a Window." iij X 75 (Obach), ;^I26. 

Jacque, Ch., " Forest Scene," i8| x 315 (Paterson), ;^29 8s. 

Maris, J., " Landscape," 17J X 23 (Nairn), £i6S. 

Maris, J., " Coast Scene," 15 X iSJ (Tooth), ;^262 los. 

Maris, J., " A Dutch Town on a Canal," 8J x lof (Hollender and Koekoek), 

;£;i57 lOS. 
Maris, J., " Near Marlotte, France," 8 X 13 (Gooden and Fox), ;£^I26. 
Maris, Mathew, " A View over a Landscape," sJ x 115 (Home), ;£^47 53. 
Mura, F., " Beach Scene," 21J X 18 (Hemsley), ;^33 12s. 
Mura, F., " Landscape," 13J x 95 (Home), £,"42. 
Mauve, A., " The Bank of a River," 6 x 95 (Naim), £ios. 
Monticelli, A. T. J., " A Party of Ladies Embarking," igi x 3oi (Naim), 

;6»20 153. 
Monticelli, A. T. J., " Ladies in a Garden," 8i x i7i (Naim), £^n 23. 
Neuhuys, A., " Preparing the Meal," 23 x 19 (Hollender and Koekoek), 

;^37 1 6s. 
Schaier, H. T., 1874, " Summer-Time," 2oi X 165 (J. Fletcher), £2 12s. 6d. 
Spring, A., " Grandmother," 185 x 15 (Vicars), ;£^io los. 
Troubetskoy, P., 1890, " Summer-Time, " 56^ x 38 (Bee), ^^J's 53. 
Troubetskoy, P., 1891, " Winter," 15 x i8| (Fletcher), £y 17s. 6d. 
Troubestskoy, P., 1895, " Skating," 19^ x 235 (Gooden and Fox), ;^i6 i6s. 
Troyon, C, " Sheep in a Pasture," 6J x i3i (Naim), £2-; 6s. 
Troyon, C, " A Forest Glade," 15I X 12 (Obach), ;^3g iSs. 
VoIIon, A., " L'Automne," 35 x 44, Paris Exhibition, 1900 (Obach), ;^42. 
Vollon, A., " River Scene," i2f x 21 (Obach), ;^39 i8s. 
Weiland, J., 190*1, " A Mother and Child," 31^ x 26J (Lefevre), ;^78 153. 
Ziem, F., " Sunset," 12J x 19 (Smith), ;^24i los. 
Ziem, F., " The Public Gardens, Venice," 8i x 12 (Naim), ;^47 5s. 



March 23, 1908. 



Monday, March 23, 1908 (Second Day). 

DRAWINGS BY OLD MASTERS 

In the Folio. 

Camphuysen, D. R., "An Italian Town" &c., sepia (Parsons), 6s. 
Huysum, J. van, " Two Landscapes," on one mount, " A Landscape," by C. 

Coert, &c., sepia (Lewis and Simmons), £i i8s. 
Jardin, K. du, " A Chateau " and "A Canal Scene," Indian ink (Bakker), 

£i 8s. 
Overbeck, B. van, " Views at Rome," sepia, ten on five mounts (Parsons), 

£6 6s. 
Velde, W. van de, " Studies of Men-of-War " &c., pen and pencil (Parsons 

£i IS. 
Velde, W. van de, " Calms with Shipping " &c., sepia (Barnes), £2 'so. 
Velde, W. van de, " Sea Pieces with Shipping," sepia (Parsons), los. 
Vernet, J., "An .Aqueduct: A River Scene," by J. Cobell, &c. (Parson)s, 153. 

Framed. 
Claude, " Classical Bay Scene," sepia, 6j X 95 (Byrne), £1 2S 
Hobbema, M., "Canal Scene," 2x5 (Lewis and Simmons), £2 2S. 

PICTURES BY OLD MASTERS. 

" Head of James the First," 12J x 105 (Parsons), £2 2S. 

Cuyp, A., " Portrait of a Lady," 25 X 20 (unknown), £1^ 14s. 

Dutch School, " Head of a Lady," 8| x 6J (Vokins), ;i^ii lis. 

Early English, " Portrait of a Lady," 29 x 24 (Gooden and Fox), ;£^i68. 

Early English, " Portrait of a Lady," 3I5 X 24^ (Parsons), ^£^43 is. 

Reynolds, Sir J., P.R..'\. (after), "The Laughing Girl," by J. Inskipp, 14 X 

111 (Bee), £^ 4s. 
Rottenhammer, "Saint Jerome, in a landscape," 11 X 8 (Nicholson), £<) 9s. 
Serres, J. T., 1799, " "^^^ Entrance to the Grand Canal, Venice," 15 X 23J 

(A. Gray), ;^12 is. 6d. 
Veronese, " The Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian " and " A Figure Subject," by 

A. Elmore, R.A. (Day), £;i 13s. 6d. 
Wheatley, F., R..^., " A Lady in White Dress and Cap," 13J x iii (Smith), 

;6i3 13s- 
Wohlgemuth, M., " The Madonna and Child," 9J x 6J (Carfax), £g 19s. 6d. 

MODERN DRAWINGS. 

In the Folio. 

Mottram, C. S., " Thunder Clouds " and " Solitude " (Sampson), £8 8s. 
Tadama-Groeneveld, Th., " Waiting for the Boats " and Seaweed-Gatherers ' 

(Sampson), £^ 4s. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Views at Whitehaven," pencil (Parsons), £16 i6s. 
Turner, J. M. W. R.A., " Durham," " Hereford," " Near Dover," &c., pencil 

(Agnew), ;^io los. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " London from Greenwich," " St. Paul's," and 
" Windsor," pencil (Lewis and Simmons), ;^I2 I2S. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Llangollen Vale," " An Old Mill," &c., pencil, 
(Parsons), £s iss. 6d. 

Framed. 

Barret, G., 1838, " River Scene," 12J x 18 (Sampson), ;^8 8s. 

Barret, G., 1823, " Morning," 6X9 (Wallis), £7 17s. 6d. 

Barret, G., " Evening," sf X 8| (Wallis), £7 17s. 6d. 

Barret, G., " Sunset," 7j x ioj (Williamson), £2 13s- 6d. 

Barton, Rose, " A Sweet Little English Maiden," 20 X 13? (Williamson), 

£'3 13s- 
Brangwyn, F., A.R.A., 1889, "The Nore," 10 X 20 (Sampson), ;£^ii ii«. 
Caffieri, H., 1871, " Azaleas," 13 X 10 (Burn), £2 12s. 6d. 
Calderon, P. H., R.A., " Asleep," 45 x 41 (Tooth), £1^ 13s. 
Callow, W., 1856, " Mountainous Lake Scene," 7X9! (Gooden and Fox), 

;£^2g 8s. 
Cattermole, G., 1854, "The Game of Cards," iij x 17 (Sampson), ^11 iis. 
Collier, T., " Near Sevenoaks," 6| x gf (Agnew), £6 6s. 
Coney, T., 1803, " The Interior o( Westminster Abbey," 253 X 19 (Leggatt), 

£1 IS. 
Cox, D., " Coast Scene," 7 x loj (Falser), ;^4 14s. 6d. 
Cox, D., " Landscape," 7 X loj (Agnew), ,^32 iis. 

Davies, J. Scarlett, " The Interior of a Cathedral," 6^ x 11 (Sampson), £^ 4s. 
Dawson, Nelson, 1891, " Evening : Shoreham," 9J X 13I (Pease), ;^S 15s. 6d. 
Dawson, Ne'ison, 1892, " Walberswick : Daybreak," 9J x 135 (Bee), £2 12s. 6d. 
Dawson, Nelson, 1894-5, " Tenby " and " Chepstown River," a pair, 9I x 13I 

(Agnew), £6 6s. 
Dawson, Nelson, 1894-5, " Tenby " and " Coast Scenes, near Dunstanborough 

Castle," a set of three, 9I x 133 (Agnew), ;i£^i6 5s. 6d. 
Dawson, Nelson, 1893, " On the Avon," 9I x 141 (Vokins), £6 6s. 
Dawson, Nelson, 1891-2, " Rye " and " A Fishing-Boat," two in one frame 

(Bee), £^ 4s. 
Dodgson, G., " London Bridge," S X iij (Agnew), £n 14s. 
Duncan, E., " Wargrave Church," 13 x igi (Clark), £7 7s. 
Faed, T., R.A., " The Emigrant's Letter," 5x5 (Perkin), ^£,1 15s. 
Fielding, C, " Highland River Scene," 75 x loj (Bee), £$ 5s. 
Fielding, Thales, " A Village in a Valley " and " Landscape," by T. Girtin 

(Arrow), £1 15s. 
Fripp, A. D., " Hilly Landscape," 12 x 24 (.Agnew), £^ 5s. 
Cirtin, T., " Boveney Church," gf x 6f (Osniaston), £1^ 14s. 6d. 
Girtin, T., " A Gravel Pit near Burnley," lof x 16 (Osmaston), ;^22 is. 
Glover, J., " Kenilworth Castle," S x I2j (Bee), £^ 4s. 
Hardy, T. B., 1874, " A Dutch Canal," gj x 13I (Collings), £s iss. 6d. 
Holland, J., " Flowers in a Glass," 15 x loj (Collings), ;^4 14s. 6d. 
Holland, J., " Venice," sf x 8J (Palser), £2 I2s. 6d. 
Houston, J. A., R.S.A., " Near St. Leonards," " Calgary," " Fracadale," &c., 

four in two frames (Agnew), £6 6s. 
Houston, J. A., R.S.A., " Glencoe," " Sunset," &c., four in two frames 

(Agnew), £6 6s. 
Houston, J. A., R.S.A., " Ben Nevis," 6J x 9 (.'Vgnew), ;^ii iis. 
Houston, J. A., R.S.A., " A Ruin and Cattle," 5x8 (Barron), ;^3 13s. 6d. 
Hughes, E. R., 1872, " Near Bruges," sf x 11 (Leggatt), ;^i2 12s. 
Hunt, W., " Snowdrops," oval, loj x 8 (Osmaston), j^io los. 
Hunt, W., " Grapes, Apple and Filbert," 4J x 6 (Permain), ;£^ii lis. 



March 23, 1908. 123 



Knewstub, W. J., " O, if I were Grandma," 2oi x 13J (Murray), ;£^i7 17s. 
Lewis, J. F., R.A., " Sheikh Hussein," 26^ x iij (Brown and Phillips), 

£^ 17s. 6d. 
Lewis, J. F., R.A., " The Dead Heron," 12J x 18 (Permain), £.7. 2s. 
Lucas, W., " Hampstead Heath " and " Coast Scene," by S. P. Jackson 

(Lister), £1 3s. 
Lundgren, E., " A Spanish Girl " and " A Tidal River " (Gooden and Fox), 

£z 2S. 

Moore, H., R.A., i886, " A Squally Morning, Cherbourg," 10 x 171 (Agnew), 
£11 lOS. 

Moore, H., R.A., 1887, " Low Water, Colwell Bay," 10 x 17 (Cunningham), 
£<^ gs- 

Morton, G., " On the Look Out," 9I x 13s (Ward), £2 2s. 

Phillip, C. B., 1886, " The Hills that Encircle the Sea : Loch Torridon, Ross- 
shire," 25i X 355 (Day), £21. 

Phillip, C. B., 1885, " Ben Cruachan, Argyllshire," 23 x 28^ (Day), £\-i, 12s 

Philip, Constance B., " Yellow Chrysanthemums," g x 105 (Clode), £1 8s. 

Powell, Sir F., " Coast Scene," 7j x 14 (Perkin), £-j 17s. 6d. 

Pritchard, T., " Line of Vegetation, Riffel, Zermatt," iij x 22 (Day), 
£1 IIS. 6d. 

Severn, Arthur, 1873, " Venice," 21 x 30J (Lister), £t, 3s. 

Short, Frank, .A.R.A., " King's Lynn," %\ X 13 (Agnew), £■] 7s. 

Stothard, T., R.A., " Nymphs and Cupids," oval, 55 x 7 (Smith), ^15 15s. 

Tayler, F., 1864, " Mares and Foals," 6f x q| (Hughes), £(> 6s. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " The Church at Sandwich, Kent," sepia, 8x11 
(Agnew), £\<) igs. 

Turner, J. M. \V., R.A., " Redruth, Cornwall," pencil, 5x7! (Smith), £i\ iis. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Windsor Castle," pencil, 5 X 7I (Edwards), £\i iis. 

Wint, P. de, " Welsh River Scene," sepia, 8| x 13J (Agnew), ^15 15s. 

Wint, P. de, " Landscape," sepia, 13 x \\\ (Whale), £\ iis. 6d. 

Wint, P. de, " Harbour Scene " and " View near a Bridge," sepia (Osmaston), 

Wint, P. de, " Stacking Hay " and " Landscape," sepia (CoUings), £^ 4s. 

MODERN PICTURES. 
Aumonier J., 1873, " Lingering Winter," 6 X 135 (Langley), £% 13s. 6d. 
Boxall, Sir W., R.A., " Fortunes of Nigel," gj x 7i (Whale), £2 2s. 
Boyle, G., 1883, " The Old Ferry," 43J x 74 (Rowney), £■] 17s. 6d. 
Boyle, G., 1884, " Resting by the Way," 23 x 17! (Hemsley), £2 2S. 
Boyle, G., " Landscape," 19 x 28 (Bee), £i iis. (A. 
Brangwyn, F., A.R.A., 1898, " A Village : Evening," 29J x 24^ (Rowney), 

£\(i i6s. 
Brangwyn, F., .^.R.A., 1889, " A Wood-Cutter," 15 x igj (Sampson), £\o los. 
Brangw^yn, F., A.R.A., 1890, " Unloading Timber," 12 x 17 (Sampson), ;^2i. 
Brangwyn, F., A.R.A., " An Eastern Caf^," \\\ x 16^ (Sampson), ;^47 ss. 
Brangwyn, F., A.R.A., 1890, " Mushrooms," 12 x 16^ (Fine Art Society), 

£\-] 17s. 
Brangwyn, F., A.R..A., " .A Sea Piece, with Fishing Boats," 20J X 25 

(Mitchell), ;^is 155. 
Breakspeare, W. A., " The King : ' To Charlie over the Water,' " 4I x 7} 

(Amor), ;^9 gs. 
Breakspeare, W. A., " Lovers in a Wood," gi X 6J (Mitchell), £-, js. 
Brett, J., A.R.A., 1886, " On the Coast of Skye," 6| x 13^ (Lister)^ £6 16s. 6d. 



124 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Calderon, P. H., R.A., i860, " La Chiffoni^re," 23I x igj (Connell), ;^i2 12s. 
Coignard, L., " A Road Through a Wood " and " Cattle Watering " (Day), 

;^5 iSs. 6d. 
Colls, H., 1884, " Penzance Fishing-Boats," 13! x 91 (Arrow), £1. 
Constable, J., R.A., " Willie Lot's Cottage," 8 x loj (Williamson), ;^65 2S. 
Constable, J., R.A., " Coast Scene," 7 X 10 (Murray), £.2^ 2S. 
Constable, J., R.A., " Landscape," 8 x 9J (Osmaston), ;^29 8s. 
Constable, J., R.A., " Bramber Castle," s| x 8| (Murray), £g gs. 
Constable, J., R.A., " A Study of Sea and Clouds : Brighton," 4^ x si 

(Osmaston), £g 9s. 
Crome, J., " Woody Landscape," 13 x i7j (Huggins), £2;^ 2s. 
Crome, J., " Buildings on a River," 7x5! (Permain), £s 15s. 6d. 
Crome, J. B., " Woody Road Scene," 15 X 22 (Murray), ;^iio ss. 
Crome, J. B., " Buildings on a River," 13J x 12 (Murray), ^^56 14s. 
Crome, J. B., " Country Road," loj X 8j (Osmaston), ;^I2 12s. 
Cunard, W. S., 1890, " Meadow-Land : Evening," 115 x iqj (Hemsley), £^ 4s. 
Egg, A. L., R.A., " The Toilet," 8 x 6i (Fine Art Society), ;^s iss. 6d. 
Etty, W., R.A., " The Combat," 25^ X 30 (Schroeder), £n 14s. 
Etty, W., R7a., " A Female Study," 20J x 17 (Renton), £y ys. 
Etty, W., R.A., " The Queen of the Amazons," 26 X 19 (Burn), £2 12s. 6d. 
Etty, W., R.A., " Cupid and Psyche," 95 X 8 (Amor), £g gs. 
Flint, S., 1882, " Road Scene, with sheep," 175 X iif (Bee), £1 los. 
Fr^re, Ed., " Little Scholars," a sketch, 7 x 95 (Bee), £1 iis. 6d. 
Fr6re, Th., " A Street in Naples," 13 X 9 (Perkin), £1 5s. 
Hardy, T. B., 1873, " A Dutch Pinck at Anchor," 11x7 (Day), ^£^3 3s. 
Heller, F., " Landscape," on panel, S x 8j (Sampson), £1 is. 
Heller, F., " Cattle by a Stream," 4I x 9 (Sampson), £2 2S. 
Hodgson, J. E., R.A., 1873, " The Bird-Seller, Tunis," 15! x 115 (Sampson), 

£9 9S- 
Hook, Bryan, 1880, " Summer on the Cornish Coast," 155 x 235 (Lister), 

£2 2S. 

Inskipp, J., "A Neapolitan Fruit-Girl " and " A Man Reading," by W. 

Etty, R.A. (Vokins), £y 7s . 
Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., " A Mountain Scene," 3I X 6 (Sampson), £s Ss. 
Linnell, J., sen., " A Park Scene," 85 x 6| (Permain), £s ss. 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., " An Iltustration to Tennyson's ' Idylls of the 

King,' " 6| X 45 (Carfax), ;£'i6 i6s. 
Miller, J., 1879, " Line-Fishing," 113 x 15! (Osmaston), £2 13s. 6d. 
Moore, H., R.A., 1882, " Between Guernsey and Jersey," iif x 21 (Sampson), 

£21. 
Moore, H., R.A., 1886, " Towing Mud-Barges, Cherbourg," 8 x 17J (Adderton), 

;{J'l6 i6s. 

Moore, H., R.A., 1894, " .\rran from the Sea," iij x 21 (Sampson), £2^ 3s. 
Moore, H., R.A., 1883, " Nearing the Needles," 8 x 17! (Sampson), £2^ 4s. 
Moore, H., R.A., 1881, " The Coast of Cornwall," 14 x 25! (Sampson), £j^ 13s. 
Moore, H., R.A., 1858, " The Moon is up and yet it is not Night " and " A 

Print," isi X 23J (Mitchell), £1^ 14s. 
Moore, H., R.A., " Mountainous Landscape," 12 x 21J (Adderton), £15 15s. 
Moore, H., R.A., " Goree Bay, Jersey, 8 x 17^ (Langley), ;i^i9 19s. 
Moore, H., R.A., 1894, " Arran," g\ x 125 (Adderton), £y 7s 
Moore, H., R.A., 1880, " Sea Piece with Shipping," 6J x 135 (Tooth), ;^26 ss. 
Nasmyth, A., " The Cottage where Burns was Born," S X ^i (Osmaston), 

£6 6s. 



March 23, 1908. 125 



Nasmyth, P., " Landscape," iij x isi (Day), £6 6s. 

Newton, G. S., R.A., " The Lover's Quarrel," 9I x 7I (Bee), ;C3 13s. 6d. 

Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., "Hilly River Scene," iij x 18 (Anderson), ^8 8s. 

Priestman, B., 1894, " Deptford Creek," i5i x 195 (Rowney), ^^5 iss. 6d. 

Romer, Louise, " Th^rese," 2ij x 18 (Carfax), los. 6d. 

Solomon, A., " The Bashful Lover," 7 X 5I (Bee), ^.1 ids. 

Turner, " A Sea Nymph and Cupid," 17 x i2j (Osmaston), j^i :3s. 6d. 

Ward, J., R.A., " A Mare and Foal," 16J x 20^ (Murray), jQiy 17s. 

Wilson, J. J., " Shipping at the Mouth of a Harbour," 135 x i6j (Bee), 

jCi IIS. 6d. 
Wint, P. de, " Woody Road Scene," ig^ x 25J (.^rrow), ;^6 6s. 
Yates, Fred, 1901, " .At Dunmow, Essex," ui x isJ (Sampson), £6 6s. 



126 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March 28, 1908. The collection of Claude A. C. 
Ponsonby, Esq. 

DRAWINGS. 

Bartolozzi, F., R.A., " Henrietta, Lady Duncannon," chalk, 13 X gf, engraved, 

(Agnew), £2(1 ss. 
Bartolozzi, F., R.A., " Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire," chalk, \o\ X 7s 

(Pollard), ;^3i los. 
Cipriani, J. B., R.A., " Hope and Fortune," ii X 11, engraved by I. Minasi 

(Pollard), £■] 75. 
Gainsborough, " Anthony, Fifth Earl of Shaftesbury," pastel, oval, 20 X 16 

(Huggins), ;^52 los. 
Humphrey, O., R.A., " Lady Barbara .Ashley, when a child," pastel, 405 X 30J 

(Sabin). ;^2io. 
Humphrey, O., R.A., " Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire," chalk, 7J x 64 

(Worsley), £52 los. 
Liotard, J. E., " Portrait of the Artist," pastel, 24I X 19I (Colnaghi & Co.), 

;^i32 6s. 
Liotard, J. E., " The Hon. George Ponsonby," pastel. 2^i x 19s (Earl of 

Bessborough), ;^2g 8s. 
Liotard, J .E., " William Brabazon, First Baron Ponsonby," pastel, 24^ X igj 

(Bohler), ^^44 2s. 
Liotard, J. E., " Lady Georgiana Spencer," pastel, oval, 22i X I7i (Leggatt), 

PICTURES. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

Beale, Mary, " Arabella," daughter of Sir Winston Churchill, oval, 29I x 24J, 

£39 1 8s. 
Copley, J. S., R..^., "William, Second Earl of Bessborough," 22^ x 18J 

(Sabin), ;^94 los. 
Gainsborough, " Margaret Georgiana, Countess Spencer," oval, 29 x 24 

(Shepherd), ^73 los. 
Hoppner, J., R.A., " Lady Caroline Ponsonby," 29J x 22I (Mallmann), 

;^220 lOS. 

Howard, H., R..A., " Lavinia, Countess Spencer," oval, 23I X 19I, ;^68 55. 

Kauffmann, A., R.\., " Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire," 28I X 24J 
(Morrison), ;£r73 los. 

Kauffmann, A., R..A., " Henrietta Spencer," afterwards Countess of Bess- 
borough, 28^ X 24 (Earl of Bessborough), ;^io5. 

Kneller, " Portrait of Pope," in brown dress, holding a scroll, 285 X 23J 
(Cohen), £y 7s. 

Landseer, Sir E., R.A., "The Return from the Warren," 82 x 65, Royal 
Academy, J843, engraved by T. Landseer, A.R.A., (Mitchell), £:i^6 los. 

Landseer, Sir E., R..A., " .\ White Mare and a Foal," 27J x 35!, Burlington 
House, 1874, ;^io5. 

Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Lady Caroline Lamb," 21 x i8J (Mallmann), 
£325 los. 

Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., after. " William Lamb," second Viscount Mel- 
bourne, by Emily Sturt, 1830, 30 x 25 (W. Permain), ;{^i6 i6s. 



March 28, igo8. 127 



Lely, Sir P., " James, Duke of York," in armour, 29J x 24 (Brown and 

Phillips), ;^23 2S. 
Lely, Sir P., " Sir Winston Churchill," 28 x 23J (Brown and Phillips), £^2. 
Lely, Sir P., " Winston and Arabella," children of Sir Winston Churchill, 3ii x 

36, ;£-147- 
Morland, G., " Landscape," 7 x lOj (Wall), ;^ii iis. 
Morland, G., " Gathering Clouds," 24J x 29} (Glen), ^10 los. 
Nasmyth, " Landscape," 6j x 91 (Williamson), £6 6s. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Henrietta Spencer, Lady Duncannon," 29 x 225 

(Parsons), jQ-,^ 12s. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire," 23 x igi, 

;£:i62 iss. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, and her 

Daughter," 13 X lof (Mallmann), £Z6 2s. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A.. " Cupid as a Link-Boy," 13 x 11 (Nicholson), £6 6s. 
Romney, " Sir John Webb," oval, 27J x 24, £i^ 14s. 

DUTCH AND FLEMISH SCHOOLS. 

Avercamp, H. Van. " River Scene," 10 X I9i (Parsons), jQ\2 12s. 

Bles, H. de, " Saint Catherine," 33^ x iij, Burlington House, 1907, and 

Bles, H. de, " Saint Barbara," 33J X iij, Burlington House, 1907 

(Morrison), jQ'2i->- 
Brauwer, A., " Two Peasants Smoking and Drinking,'" 9^ x SJ (Cohen), 

£n 13s. 

Brueghel, J., " Woody River Scene," on copper, I4i x 20j (Quinto), £•; 7s. 

Brueghel, P., " The Minstrel," 29 x 41 (Sackville Gallery), £6 6s. 

Elsheimer, .■V., " Landscape," with the Madonna and Child, and Saint John, on 

copper, 8 X io| (Mnllmann), ^10 los. 
Gucht, B. Van der, " Frederick, Third Earl of Bessborough," on horseback, 35^ 

X30 (Earl of Bessborough), ^68 5s. 
Kessel, J. Van, " Flowers in a Vase," 15^ x iij (Rutley), ;^I2 12s. 
Mabuse, J. de, " The \"irgin and Child," 36j x iqf, Burlington House, 1907 

(Gooden & Foxl, £^ 2s. 
Mierevelt, M. J., " Portrait of a Gentleman," oval, 285 x 20^ (Hollender & 

Koekoek), £% Ss. 
Netscher, G., " Portraits of a Gentleman and a Lady," a pair, ii x SJ (Lewis 

& Simmons), ;^94 los. 
Pourbus, " Portrait of an .\rtist," 24J x 18^ (Nicholson), £S 8s. 
Pourbus, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 24J x 18J (Gooden & Fox), £q gs. 
Rembrandt, " Head of a Boy," 6J x 5j, .^25 4s. 
Rembrandt, " The Rat-Killer," 8j x 65 (Glen), £\o 10s. 
Rubens, P. P., " The Flight of Lot," iSi x 24^ (Parsons), £2-, 4s. 
Rubens, " Head of Judas Iscariot," ii| x 9 'Quinto), £iy 17s. 
Teniers, D., " A Toper," iif x 9 (Glen), £1% 18s. 

Wette, F. de, " Casting out the Evil Spirit," 18J x 31 (Streletskie), £-i 13s. 6d. 
Wit, J. de, " Boys Sporting," grisaille, a pair, 10 x 25 (Parsons), ;^i7 17s. 
Wit, J. de, " Cupids," grisaille, a pair, 12! x 9, ^29 8s. 

ITALIAN SCHOOL. 
" The Holy Family," 18 x 14 (Quinto), £•; 17s. 6d. 
Barocci. F., " The Holy Family," 29I x 24 (Gooden & Fox), ;£^io los. 
Botticelli, " La Belle Simonetta," 24 x 19! (Shepherd), £z-; 6s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Canaletto. " A View on the Grand Canal, Venice," 20 X 29 (Ceilings), £S 8t. 
Domenichino, " Saint Cecilia," oval, 25 x 175 (Gooden & Fox), £^ 4s. 
Ferrari, Gaudenzio, " A Lunette," on panel, semicircular, 34 X 83, Burlington 

House, 1907 (Quinto), ;^44 2S. 
Giotto School, " The Madonna and Child Enthroned," 29J x 17 (Colnaghi & Co.), 

£22 2S. 

Filippo Lippi School, " The Virgin Adoring the Infant Saviour," 29J X I4i 

(Mallmann), £^4 2S 
Longhi, Luca, "The Madonna and Child," 42^ x 345 (Lesser), ;£'iiS los. 
Lotto, Lorenzo, " The Entombment," 6x8 (H. Smith), £^1 los. 
Luini, B., " Saint Catherine," 27^ x 20^, Burlington House, 1907 (F. Murray), 

;^44 2S. 

Luini, " The Infant Christ and Saint John," 18 x 20 (Coureau), ;^io los. 

Moroni, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 23 x 19 (Huggins), ;^3i los. 

Raflaelle, " The Infant Saint John in the Desert," 44 x 33 (Hughes), ;^68 S»- 

Rosa, S., " Jason and the Dragon," 29^ x 25 (F. Murray), ;^S2 los. 

Tiepolo, G. B., " The Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian," 25J X 17 (Tulpinck), ;^2I. 

Veronese, " Head of a Child," 12 x loj (Renton), £j 7s. 

Vinci, L. da, " The Infant Christ and Saint John," 18J X 14, £g^ io«. 

FRENCH SCHOOL. 

Boucher School, " Blind-Man's Buff," 15 X 12 (Agnew), ;^33 12s. 
Champagne, " Cardinal Mazarin," 27! X 22J (Parsons), £g 9s. 
Liotard, J. E., " Voltaire Narrating a Fable," 12 x 8 (Glen), ;£^i8 18s. 
Mignard, " Charles Edward," the Young Chevalier, 27i X 221 (Gooden & Fox), 

£52 los- 
Moyne, F. le, " Classical Figures," 15 X 17* (Parsons), £q 9s. 
Rigaud, H., " James, Duke of Cornwall " (the Old Pretender), 29 x 23! 

(Shepherd), ;^so 8s. 

The following were sold by order of the trustees of 
Walter Pleydell Bouverie, Esq., deceased, late of Lavington 
Manor, Wilts. 

DRAWINGS. 

Gardner, D., " Portrait of Lady Fawkener," pastel and gouache, 22 x 25J 

(Malcolm), .£^1,312 los 
Gardner, D., " Portraits of the three Children of the Hon. Edward Bouverie," 

pastel and gouache, 22 x 25J (Malcolm), ;^52S. 
Gardner, D., " Mrs. Castle," mother of the Hon. Edward Bouverie of 

Delapr^, pastel and gouache, oval, igj X 155 (Worsley), £4% 6s. 

DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 

DRAWINGS. 

Downman, J., .A.R.A.. " Mrs. Rawlinson," of Ancoats Hall, Manchester, oval, 

7i X 6i (Colnaghi & Co.), ^210. 
Downman, J., A.R.A., 1783, " Katherine, Daughter of Benjamin Hubble, Esq.," 

of West Mailing, Kent, oval, 7 X 6i (Sabin), £21 los. 
Cotes, F., R.A., " Portraits of two Ladies," pastels, a pair, 23J x 17J 

(Howard), ;^2i. 



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Russell, J., R.A., " William Wilberforce," the anti-slavery leader, signed, and 

dated 1801, pastel, 23 x 17 (Bell), iJiio 55. 
Russell, J., R.A., " Mrs. Wilberforce," wife of the above, signed, and dated 

1801, pastel, 23 X 17 (Grogan), £62- 
Russell, J., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Sarah Bell," pastel, 23J X i7i, Grosvenor 

Gallery, 1889 (A. West), ;^336. 

PICTURES. 

Canaletto, A., " Views in Rome," a pair, loj X 13I (Grogan), ^33 12s. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Richard Burke," son of Edmund Burke, 29i x 24 

(Widegreen), £t6 i6s. 
Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Portrait of an Officer," 41 x 29^ (L. Douglas), 

^^136 lOS. 
Heere, Lucas de, " Portrait of Ralph Lumley," 36J x 26J (Agnew), £s^ 10s. 
Early English, " Portraits of a Lady, her Daughter, and Three Sons," a set of 

five in one frame, ovals, 11 x 9 each (.•Vgnew), ;£794 los. 
Loutherbourg, T. J. de, R.A., 1767, " A Herdsman," with cattle, 50 x 76 (L. 

Davis), £sy 15s. 
Heist, B. Van de, " Portrait of a Lady," 27 x 21 (Jones), £-3 2S. 
Devis, A. W., " Portrait of Isaac Osborne," 29 X 24 (Jones), ;^44 2S. 
Tintoretto, " Portrait of an Admiral," in armour, 46 x 37^ (Jones), £^2 los. 
Lely, Sir P., " The Duke of Marlborough," 49 x 40 (Robertson), ;^'23 2s. 
Wouverman, P., " Landscape," gi x loj (Bell), £n 14s. 
Cortona, P. da, " Christ and the Woman of Samaria," 50 X 44 (Turtan), 

;£jio 10s. 
Peters, Rev. W., R..^., " An Angel Carrying the Spirit of a Child," 66 x 50, 

engraved by F. Bartolozzi, ;£,'io5. 
Rembrandt, " Portrait of a Young Man," 25 x 20 (Parsons), £^0 8s. 
Terburg, G., " A Cavalier, a Lady and a Page," 27 x 22 (Smith's " Catalogue 

RaisonnS," No. 31) (Beuhler), ;£jio5. 
Watteau, " La Fete Venetienne, :6 x 135 (Schoeder), ;^5o 8s. 
Clouet, F., " Portrait of Queen Mary Tudor," 13 x 95 (Jones), ^47 55. 
Lancret, N., " Le Petit Chien qui Secou6 de I'Argent et des Pierreries," and an 

engraving, by De Larmessin, 185 x 215 (Mann), £^ 2s . 
Longhi, P., " A Cabaret, with masquerade Figures," 18 x 36J (Gooden & Fox), 

£25 4S- 
Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Portrait of a Lady," 28J x 24 (Moore), ;^io los. 
Bronzino, " Head of a Lady," iSJ x 14 (Gooden & Fox), £10 los. 
Romney, G., " Major-General Sir Archibald Campbell, K.C.B., M.P.," 60 X 47i 

(Manley), £"189. 
Early English, " Mrs. Duncan Campbell," in white dress, as " Hebe," 40J x 31J 

(Manley), £;ii los. 
Morland, G., " A View near a Sea-Port," signed, and dated 1795, 244 x 29} 

(Whiston), ;^42. 
Early English, " Portrait of a Lady," 29 x 24 (Wellby), £y ys. 
Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Portrait of a Lady," 29 x 24 (Tomlin), ;£jio los. 
Matsys, Quentin, " Saint Jerome," 37J x 30 (Tomlin), ^^63. 
Ochtervelt, J., " An Interior," 28 x 25J (Lewis & Simmons), ;^i3i 5s. 
Dyck, Sir A. Van, " The Descent from the Cross," 25 x 18 (Tomlin), ;£ji2 12S. 
Terburg, G., " Two Cavaliers Smoking," I2i x 10 (Cohen), £s° 8s. 
Opie, J., R.A., " Portrait of a Youth," 30 X 25 (Renton), £^3 2S. 6d. 
Luini, Bernardino, " Saint Anne," 24 x 13^, from the collection of J. Ruston, 

Esq., 1898, when it was described as Saint Catherine (Wells), /."210. 



130 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Maes, N., " Portrait of a Princess of Orange," 29J x 24J (Beuhler), £yS ijs. 

Rembrandt, " Portrait of a Rabbi," 21 x 17J (Nicholson), £2^ 2S. 

Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Mrs. Sarah Trimmer," authoress, 30 x 25, the 

artist's palette-knife sold with the picture (SuUey), £141 15s. 
Duck, J., " An Interior," 18 x 26J (Lewis & Simmons), £-;8 iss. 
Solario, A., " Portrait of the Artist," 21^ x 17 (Renton), ^'ii iis. 
Early English, " A Girl, in White Dress," 29i x 24J (Meander), £2g 8s. 
Teniers, D., " The Interior of a Kitchen," 14 X 20 (Beaton), ^£747 5s. 
Teniers, D., " A Peasant Playing a Fiddle," 7^ x 6 (Wellby), ;^44 2S. 
Rembrandt, " Head of a Man," 21 x 18J (Wellby), j^'ie 16s. 
Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady," 50 x 40 (Wellby), £2g 8s. 
Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Portrait of a Lady," 355 x 27^, ;^29 8s. 
Morland, G., " Blind-Man's Buff," 27i X 355, engraved by W. Ward (Agnew), 

The following were from the collection of J. E. Fordham, 
Esq., of Melbourn Bury. 

Huysum, J. Van, " Flowers and Bird's Nest," 31 x 23, Burlington House, 

1878 (Manley), ;£j220 los. 
Crome, J., " Woody Landscape," 14 x 115, Burlington House, 1878 (Agnew), 

Crome, J., " Woody River Scene," 14 x 17J (Simpson), ;^22 is. 

The following were sold by order of the executors of 
Brownlow Poulter, Esq., deceased, late of 15, Western 
Parade, Southsea. 

Romney, G., " Mrs. Dorothea Morley " {n^e Jarvis, of Doddington Hall, Lin- 
coln), wife of James Morley, Esq., 29 x 24, ;£J2,887 los. 
Romney, G., " James Morley, Esq.," Paymaster-General of India, 29 X 24 

Romney, G., " Mrs. Anne Poulter," wife of Edmund Poulter, Esq., oval, 29 X 
24 (Agnew), ;^i,S7S- 

Romney, G., " Portrait of Edmund Poulter, Esq.," Barrister-at-Law, after- 
wards Canon of Winchester, 29J x 24J (Agnew), ;£^420. 

Hudson, T., " Joseph Sayer, Esq.," 29 x 24 (Simpson), £^2 los. 

Hudson, T., " Mrs. Lydia Sayer," wife of the above, 29 x 24 (Simpson), £63. 

The following were sold by order of the executors of A. 
Hichens, Esq., deceased, late of 27, Chester Street, S.W., 
and " Monkshatch," Guildford. 

PICTURES. 

Cranach, L., " Portrait of a Lady, as ' Judith,' " 35 x 24 (Lesser), ;£J68 55. 
Goyen, J. Van, " River Scene," 21 x 29 (Lewis & Simmons), ;^I05. 
Hals, Dirk, " A Lady, seated at a Table, Sewing," 14J x iij (Tulpinch), £10$. 
Maes, N., " Portrait of the Wife of Matthew Molskonck," i6i x iij (Agnew), 

£^05. 
More, Sir A., " Portrait of a Lady," gf x 7J (Ahlmann), ^15 15s 



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Murillo, B. E., " Woody Landscape," Burlington House, 1902 (L. Douglas), 

jQifx) los. 
Tiepolo, G. B., " The Immaculate Conception," arched top, 404 x zzj (Lesser), 

£mo I OS. 
Tiepolo, G. B., " Nymphs and Cupids on the Clouds," oval, 24 x 18 (Glen), 

£2f, 7S. 
Venne, A. Van Der, " Peasants Dancing," a pair, it{ x 13J (Tulpinch), 

£■^6 15s. 



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132 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March 30, 1908. The following were sold by order of 
the executors of Mrs. Caleb Rose, deceased, late of Ipswich, 
and formerly widow of James N. Sherrington, Esq. : — 

ENGRAVINGS. 

A Portfolio, containing twelve examples of modern etching, after F. Seymour 

Haden, A. Legros, Sam Palmer, etc.; and a volume of 12 Hogarth prints 

(Tregaskis), £1 10s. 

Framed. 
"Lord John and Lord Bernard Stuart," after Van Dyck, by J. McArdell; 

"The Madonna and Saints," after Murillo; and "Napoleon," after Dela- 

roche (Rimell), £1 2S. 
"The Wreckers off Fort Rouge," after Stanfield ; "Dido and ^neas," after 

T. Jones; and " Card-Players," after Teniers (Coke), 55. 

DRAWINGS 

In the Folio. 
Crome, J., " Grange Bridge, Borrowdale " (Brodie), ;^20. 
Crome, J., "A Cottage among Trees" (Carfax), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Crome, J., " Coast Scene " and " Old Cottages," sepia (Huggins), ;^5 15s. 6d. 
Crome, J., " An Old Cottage " and " A River Scene " (Huggins), £y ys. 
Crome, J. B., " Beach Scene near Yarmouth " (Huggins), ;£,"4 4. 
Cox, " A Rocky River " and " Coast Scene " (Bontwood), £1 5s. 
Prout, S., " Pevensey " and " An Old Hulk " (Tregaskis), £^. 
Smith, " Coast Scene " and " Coast Scene," by T. Lound (Sherwood), £2. 



John Crome's Palette, presented to Mr. Sherrington by the widow of J. B. 
Crome; John Crome's Indenture of Apprenticeship to Francis Whister, 
coach and sign painter, of Norwich ; and a Letter from John Crome to his 
wife, dated 1814 (Sabin), £33 12s. 

DRAWINGS. 

Framed. 
Carrick, R., " Highland Children, with a Dog," 12 x 15^ (Lister), £1. 
Carter, S. J., " Retriever and King Charles Spaniel " and " A Heron," black 

and white (Rutley), 5s. 
Carter, S. J., " Deer-Hounds " and " Sporting Dogs," black and white (Misell, 

Junr.), ss. 
Cooper, E., 1828, " Setters Working," loj X I4i (Harries), 12s. 
Cotman, "A Village Scene, with Ruined Tower," 9I x 135 (Palser), £ij os. 6d. 
Cox, D., 1843, " Across the Heath," and Letters from the Artist and Wm. 

Roberts concerning the drawing, 10 x ijj (Leggatt), ;^30 gs. 
Cox, D., 1846, " The Vale of Dolwydellan," and a Letter form the Artist 

concerning the drawing, 18 X 28i (Brown & Phillips), ;^22 is. 
Cox, D., 1846, " .A Mountain Road, near Bettws-y-Coed," :8 x 28J (Brown & 

Phillips). £15 153. 
Cox, D., '- A Watermill, near Bettws-y-Coed," 14J x 21 (Sherwood), ;£rii i is. 
Cox, D., 1846, " Llyn Crafnant, North Wales," 8 x i4i (Tregaskis), £S 8s. 



March 30, igcS. 133 

Cox, D., " Near Penmachno Mill, North Wales," SJ X 11} (Tregaskis), £1 2s. 
Cristall, J., R.A., " A Girl Peeling Turnips," 17J X \a,\ (Sherwood), 158. 
Crome, J., " The Blacksmith's Shop," ai X 17 (Sherwood), £%i los. 
Crome, J., " Woody Lane Scene, near Norwich," 22J x i6i (Huggins), 

Crome, J., " A Stone-Pit," 22i x i6| (Falser), £t,\ ios. 

Crome, J., " Whitlingham Church " and " Mailings on the Wensum," a pair, 
sepia, loj X \-]\ (Huggins), £-yi i8s. 

Crome, J., " Landscape," 8 x laj (Paterson), £\i lis. 

Crome, J., " View in Cumberland " and " A Homestead " (Huggins), £\(> i6s. 

Fielding, C, " A Road by a River," 7I x 12 (Sherwood), £■] ys. 

Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., " On the Marshes, near Southwold," igi x jsJ 
(Williamson), £63. 

Jones, C. Lloyd, " In the New Forest " and " Contisbury : Foggy Weather " 
(Sampson), £1 is. 

Lound, T., " Ely Cathedral from the Meadows," 13! x 17J (Austin), £2. 

Lound, T., " On the Denes, Yarmouth " and " A Woody Lane," oval (Sher- 
wood), £1 15s. 

Neale, J. P., 1811, "The North Gate" and "South Gate, Yarmouth," a pair, 
gi X 13 (Austin), £6 i6s. 6d. 

Robertson, Percy, "The Clock Tower, Westminster," iij x 18 (Williamson), 

;^I0 lOS. 

Robertson, Percy, " Thrashing, near Southwold," 6f x gi (Leggatt), £2 2S. 

PICTURES. 

Batley, W. D., 1886, " A Silent Shore: A View from the Felixstowe Golf-Links," 

iii X 30i (Leggatt), £2 2S. 
Batley, W. D., i8gi, " Moonrise on the Orwell," iij X 17J (Ward), £2 12s. 6d. 
Both, J., " An Italian Landscape," 18J x 27 (CoUings), ^^3 3s. 
Bright, H., 1848, " Welsh Landscape," 23J x 42^ (Mitchell), ,£^8 i8s. 6d. 
Bright, H., " On the Marshes, Great Yarmouth," 13 x 22j (Langley), ;£rio los. 
Bright, H., i84g, " On the Pembrokeshire Coast," 131 x 22J (Lister), £^ 3s. 
Bristow, E., 1846, " Dead Pigeons," 24J x igs (Lister^, £2 2S. 
Bristow, E., " A Child, with a Dog," 11 x 10 (Bontwood), £2 12s. 6d. 
Carter, S. J., " A Dead Heron " and " Lions " (Landstein), los. 6d. 
Cotman, F. G., 1885, " A Flood Tide, at Cley-next-the-Sea, Norfolk," i6J x 26! 

(Austin) ^s iss. 
Cotman, " Breydon Water, Great Yarmouth," 13J x i7i (Austin), £1^ 15s. 
Cotman, " A Gravel-Pit " and " A Coast Scene, Yarmouth " (Cubitt), £1. 
Crome, J., " Forest Scene, Norfolk," 20J x 16J (Leggatt), ^£^27 6s. 
Crome, J., " River Scene, near Hingham," on panel, 7 X 8^ (Cubitt), £8. 
Crome, J. B., " St. Benet's Abbey : Moonlight," 14 x 20 (Collings), £$ 15s. 6d- 
Crome, J. B., " Moonlight on the Yare," 6J x SJ (Nash), £2 12s. 6d. 
Crome, J. B., " Woody River Scene : Moonlight," 7x6 (Lewis), £1 :s. 
Edwards, Edwin, 1872, " London Bridge," 105 X 2oi (Smith), £2 2S. 
Early English " Portrait of a Lady," 13 x iij (Wagner), ;^s 15s. 6d. 
Etty, W., R.A., "The Nymph of the Fountain," 4! x ii^ (Sherwood), £^ 9s 
Fantin-Latour, H., 1876, " Spring Flowers," 11 x isi (Sampson), £^0 19s. 
Helck^, A., 1888, " Studland Bay," 19J x 36 (Clarke), £s ijs. 6d. 
Hogarth, " A Monkey " and " Head of an Old Lady," oval (Smith), £2 los. 
Hulke, A., jun., " Near Oswestry," 6i x gi (Mrs. Taylor), £1 iis. 6d. 
Hunt, Walter, 1882, " Outdoor Pensioners," 27 x 35, exhibited at the Royal 

Academy, 1882 (Lister), ;£j26 5s. 



134 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Lucy, C, 1863, " On the Seine, near Fontainebleau," 8J x 13! (Langley), £1 53. 
Mendham, R., 1827, " The Wager : The Market Place, Eye," with key to the 

portraits, 235 x 19J (Parsons), ^£7$ 155. M. 
Miiller, W., " A Turkish Merchant," 28J x 24 (Harries), ;{;i6 i6s. 6d. 
Swan, J. M., R.A., " Harrowing : Early Spring," 14^ x 27 (Sampson), £2 2S. 
Verstralen, A., " Winter Scene," on copper, si X 7 (Brodie), £jy 17s. 
Walters, G. S., i88q, " Herring-Boats in the Sound of Kilbrennan," 13 x 20 

(Lister), £i 39. 
Walton, Frank, " Four Miles from any Town," 35! X 60 (Collings), ;£ri6 i6s. 
Walton, Frank, " Bonnie Scotland : Isle of Arran," 41 x 50 (Sampson), 

£y 17s. 6d. 
Walton, Frank, " Amid the Old Bark Memoried Pines," 36 x 253 (Smith), 

£3 13s. 6d. 
tVebb. Archibald, " Evening at Dordrecht," 13J x loi (Bontwood), £1 15s. 

DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 

An Album, containing 15 sketches in pen and ink and sepia, by J. Con- 
stable, R.A., illustrating the various species of composition of landscape in 
nature (Hawkins), £2q 8s. 

DRAWINGS. 
In the Folio. 

Gainsborough, T., R.A., " A Study for the Portrait of a Lady," small whoie 
length, black and white chalk (Colnaghi & Co.), £3C) i8s. 

"A Herdsman and Cattle at a Ford," black and white chalk (van Mallmann;, 
£23 2S. 

"Woody Landscape," black and white chalk (van Mailman), ;£ji6 l6s. 

" A Woody Pool " and " A Castle among Trees," black and white chalk 
(Colnaghi & Co.),j£^i4 14s. 

" View of a House," Indian ink, and " Landscape," black and white chalk 
(Shepherd), ;£^i2 12s. 

" Peasants at a Cottage Door," " Horsemen on a Road," and " Landscape," 
sepia and wash (Colnaghi & Co.), ;^42. 

" A Gentleman on Horseback," chalk, and " Gipsies in a Wood," pencil 
(Colnaghi & Co.), £32 12s. 

" Two Ladies walking in a Landscape," chalk (Sabin), .^15 153. 

" A Milkmaid," " A Market-Cart," etc., pencil (Brown anH Phillips), £js 155. 

" Head of a Lady," chalk, " A Peasant-Girl," pencil, etc. (Colnaghi & Co.), 

£t9 19s- 
" Studies of Landscapes," etc., pencil, etc. (van Mallmann), £30 gs. 
Boucher School, " Figures, with Fruit and Birds," a pair, oval (D. »nd M. 

Davis), £i 14s. 6d. 

Framed 
Landscapes : " Morning," " Noon," " Evening," and " Night," a set of four, 

12J x 18 (Parsons), ;£'2i. 
Guercino, " Ecce Homo " and " Head of a Gentleman," black and red chalk 

Murray), ;^23 2S. 

PICTURES. 

" Portrait of a Lady," 30 x 24 (Hawkins), £S 8s. 
" A Young Boy," 39! X 31} (Fullerton), £^^ 14s. 
Vestier, " Portrait of a Lady," oval, 35 x 28 (Walton), £25 4». 



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Goyen, van, " River Scene," on panel, 175 x 25J (Howard), ;£'22 is. 

Goyen, van, " Landscape," igj x 30 (Parsons), jC^^- 

Terburg, " Portrait of a Lady," 15 x I2j (van Mallmann), £^S 6s. 

Prud'hon, P., " He Love's Me, He Love's Me Not," I2i x gi (Hawkins), 

;£J'l2 I2S. 

Pater, " Le Bon Accord," lo X 7I (Howard), ;^ii us. 

Ruysdael, " Landscape," 11 x 14! (Nicholson), £15 15s. 

98 a (Leggatt), £i! os. 6d. 

Constable, " A Lock," 173 x 14 (Hawkins), £^ 5s. 

Flemish School, " Portrait of a Nobleman and his Wife," 33 x 45 (Wright), 

£25 4S- 
Hogarth, W., " A Scene in Fleet Street," 24 x 29 (Kvert), j^j^ 15s. 
Jamesone, G., " Portrait of Lord Cobham," i6j x 12J (Hiley), ;£y 7s. 
Correggio School, " The Infant Saint John," 185 x 14 (Hine), £2 3^- 
Es, J. van, " Still I^ife on a Table," on panel, 15 x 215 (Cohen), ;£^ii us. 
Clouet School, " Queen Isabella of .Spain," on panel, 17J x 125 (Miles), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 
Crome, " Woody River .Scene," 30 x 43 (Boyle), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Lawrence, " Portrait of a Gentleman," on panel, 30 x 23J (Holland), 

£1 lis. 6d. 
Dutch School, " A Village Scene," 24 X 28J (Yewlett), £4 14s. 6d. 
Paelnick, J., " Portrait of Lord Wallace, of Knaresdale," 30 x 25 (Rutley), 

£2 2S. 
Dutch School, " A Philosopher," 205 X 155 (Johnson), ;^8i 18s. 
Morland, G., " Winter Landscape," 8^ x 93 (WilliamsJ, £;2i los. 
Canaletto, " The Grand Canal, Venice," 30 x 49 (Hollis), £;} 3s. 
Dutch School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 23 x 19 (Smith), £-j 7s. 
Early English, " Portrait of a Gentleman, 295 x 24 (Leggatt), £2^ los. 
Cignani, C, " The Temptation of Adam and Eve," 86 X 67 (Buck), £6 6s. 
Reynolds, Sir J. (after), " The Strawberry-Girl," 11 x 6i (Thomas), £2 13s. 6'1. 
Heem., J. D. de, " Fruit and Still Life on a Table," 36 x 29 (Bale), £1^ 13s. 
Dutch School, " Portrait of a Lady," 26 x 21 (Lacey), ;^io los. 
Hobbema, " Woody Landscape," 39 x 49 (Fuller), £m 2s. 
Glover, J., " Lake Thirlmere," 29 x 45 (Horton), £2 12s. 6d. 
Modern, " St. Michael's Mount," 20 x 26 (Lister), ;^26 ss. 
Vivarini, " The Madonna and Child," 19^ x 16 (Bates), £52 los. 
L. da" Vinci School, " Ecce Homo," 15^ x 12J (Smith), ;^3 3s. 
Unknown, " Portrait of a Divine," 44 x 35 (Hiley), £8 8s. 
Ladbrooke, J. B., " Road Scene," 19 x 27^ (Lister), £4 14s. 6d. 
.Moeyaert, N. C, " The Choice of a Lover," 38J x 50^ (Nicholson), £j6 i6s. 
Dutch School, " An Interior," 19 x 14 (Sackville Gallery), £50 8s. 
Dutch School, "A Dutch Town," 14I x 215 (Glen), ;^ii us. 
Canaletto, " View of the Doge's Palace, and Piazza of St. Mark's, Venice," 

60 X 44 (Cohen), ;^I7 17s. 
Morland, " Landscape," on panel, gj x uj (Collings), £2 3s. 
Jordaens, " A Man Playing a Pipe," 25 x 20J (Sackville Gallery), £2 3s. 
Velde, van de, " Shipping, off a Port," 19 x 27 (Jones), ^10 los. 
Wouverman, " Figures and Horses at a Smithy," loj x 14J (Parsons), 

£4 14s. 6d. 
Courbould, R., 1789, " Woody Landscapes," a pair, oval, 6| X 8 (Lees), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 
Norwich School, " Landscape," 14 x lof (Eyles), £g 9s. 
Morland, G., " Coast Scene," 9J x 12 (H. Harris), ;£^i8 :8s. 



136 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Flemish School, " A Daughter of Charles I.," 15 x loi (Smith), £g 9s. 

Dutch School, " Portrait of a Child," loi x 7i (Hardy), £2 12s. 6d. 

Dutch School, " Portrait of a Gentleman, ' oval, 29 x 24 (Lawson), £^ 155. 6d. 

The following were the property of a lady of title : — 

PICTURES. 

Bol, " Portrait of a Gentleman," oval, 34 x 27 (Cohen), £^ 4s. 

Caravaggio, " A Musician Singing," 46 x 35 (Clarke), £,i 13s. 6(1 

Francks, " The Interior of a Picture Gallery," 37 X 47 (Cohen), £ig IQ*. 

Hobbema, " Woody Landscape," 225 X 285 (Glen), ;^i6 i6s. 

Kneller, " Portrait of a Girl," 49 x 39 (Cohen), ;^8 18s. 6d. 

Kneller, " Portrait of a Lady," 36 x 27 (Cohen), £6 i6s. 6d. 

Kneller, " Portrait of a Lady," oval, 29 x 24 (Cohen), £$ 159. 6d. 

Kneller, " Portrait of a Lady," 28 X 23J (Murray), £s 15s. 6d. 

Lely, Sir P., " Portrait of a Lady," 36 x 28^ (Howard), ;^22 is. 

Lely, " Portrait of a Lady," 38 x 33 (Shepherd), ^8 8s. 

Neer, van der, " River Scene : Moonlight," 23 X i8j (Cohen), ;£J'i6 i6s. 

Platzer, J. G., " The Surrender of Jerusalem to a Roman General " and a 

" Battle Piece," a pair, on copper, ig x 32^ (Cohen), ;^54 12s. 
Wilson, R., R.A., " River Scene," 21 x 30 (Tagent), j^2 12s. 6d. 
Wouverman, " A Camp Scene," 125 x 18 (Streletskie), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Wouverman, " A Cavalry Engagement," ijj x 16 (Streletskie), £3 13s. 6d. 



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April 4, 1908. Pictures and drawings, the property of 
the late T. H. Ismay, Esq., deceased, late of Dawpool, 
Cheshire. 

WATER COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

Allingham, H., 1879, "The Harvest Moon," 13J X 11 (Leggatt), jQ^y 5s. 

Beavis, R., 1864, " A Showery Day," gj x 15 (Bowden), ;^io los. 

Chialiva, L., " Asking the Way," 9 X 14 (Gooden & Fox), ^32 lis. 

Coleman, W. S., "The Bird's-Nest," 6| x si (H. Smith), ^"ii iis. 

Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1833, " A Trouville Fishing-Boat entering the Port of 

Havre," iij x i6j (.•\gnew), £^^ 2S. 
Cox, D., 1849, " Cross Roads," 235 x 34 (Agnew), /J262 los. 
Fielding, C, 1827, " Snowdon," 25 x 36 (Agnewf), ;^24i los. 
Fielding, C, 1828, " A Storm on the Coast," 9J x 13 (Cox), £^1 15s. 
Foster, Birket, " Dunstanborough Castle," 6x9 (Leggatt), £^1 los. 
Gerome, J. L., " In the Mosque," 91 X 7 (Tooth), ;£^54 I2S. 
Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., " The Standard-Bearer," 17^ X iij (Agnew), ;£'iS7 10* 
Girardet, L., "The Soldier's Farewell," 175 x iij (Huggins), jQn 14s. 
Green, C, 1869, " Persuasion," 21 x 30 (Sampson), ^^28 7s. 
Green, Towneley, 1881, "Talking Him Over," i\\ x 15 (Bowden), ;£Ji2 12s. 
Huggins, W., 1872, " A Lion and Lioness," loj x isJ (.Agnew), £2-^ 2s. 
Huson, T., 1884, " Low Tide," 13-I X 20 (Bowden), £-j 7s. 
Kilburne, G. G., 1876, " A Wayside .Shrine," 14 x 10 (Toner), ;^ia 12s. 
Leslie, G. D., R.A., " Curiosity," 165 X 9 (Bowden), ;^23 2s. 
Marks, H. S., R.A., " Security," i6i x 9 (Agnew), ;^35 14s. 
Prout, S., " The Doge's Palace, Venice," loj x i6j (Permain), £(>% 5s. 
Rowbotham, T. L., 184S, " Edinburgh," 16 x 26 (Lister), ;^I3 13s. 
Stanfield, C, R..'\., " Dordrecht," 9^ x 12J (Robson), £e,^ 12s. 
Tucker, E., " A View in Cumberland," 13 X 19J (Coghill), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Ludlow Castle : Sabrina," vignette, engraved by E 

Goodall, in Milton's " Comus " (Sampson), £ifi()- 
Watson, J. D., 1873, " Cullercoats Fishermen," loj x i6f (Sampson), ;^8 8s. 
Wint, P. de, " Landscape," ii| x 18 (Agnew), ;^84. 



MODERN PICTURES. 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 

Bierstadt, A., " El Capitan. Yosemite Valley," 31^ x 47! (Smith), ;^,22 is. 
Gierymski, M., " Poland in 1863 : ' Uhlans on the March,' " 25J x 46 (Harries^ 

;^5o 8s. 
Harlamoff, A., " Head of a Girl," 17J x 13 (Mitchell), £26 53. 
Israels, Josef, " La F6te de Jeanne," 38 x 52, Liverpool, 1886 (Wallis), ;^i,68o. 
Merle, Hugues, " The Toilet," 32 x 255 (Sampson), ^£^27 6s. 
Sad^e, Ph., 1871, " Return of the Fishing-Boats," 25 x 39 (Sampson), £\'i6 los. 
Verboeckhoven, E., 1869, " Ewes, Lambs and Poultry in a Shed," 20J x i7i 

(Sampson), £i^S los. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

Boughton, G. H., R.A., " Summer," i7i x iij (Mitchell), £is 15s. 
Boughton, G. H., K..\., " .'Vutumn," i7i x iij (Mitchell), ;^i9 igs. 



138 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Boughton, G. H., R.A., " Snow in Spring," 235 x igi, Guildhall, i8g7 

(Huggins), ^£^52 los. 
Calderon, P. H., R.A., 1873, " Victory !" 43 x 55, Paris Universal Ex- 
hibition, 1878 (Sampson), £yi 8s. 
Calderon, P. H., R.A., :8go, " Lady Betty," 44 x 33J (Agnew), £52 los. 
Cole, Vicat, R..A., 1877, " Summer Showers," 49 x 71J (Agnew), £21)^. 
Duncan, E., " Wreckers, South Coast of Wales," 30J x 52^ (Sampson), 

£S^ I OS. 
Graham, Peter, R.A., 1880, " -A Highland Ford," 20 x 30 (Sampson), £2()^. 
Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., " Boreham Church," 105 x 18 (Cox), £$2 los. 
Helmick, H., 1874, " The Irish Dancing-Master," 23 x 26 (Paris), ^£^13 13s. 
Hemy, C. Napier, A.R.A., 1878, " The Seine-Fishers," 23J x 35J (Sampson), 

£,6Z. 
Hook, J. C, R.A., 1885, " Yo, Heave Ho I" 33 X 35 (Martin), £2<i^. 
Huggins, W., 1863, "Sleeping Lions," iif x 18 (Paris), ;^38 17s. 
Hunt, A. W., " Harlech Castle," 14^ X 244 (Wise), £T,q i8s. 
Jeune, H. le, A.R.A., 1882, " Little Red Riding Hood," on panel, 23J x 17 

(Misell), £iq 19s. 
Linnell, J., sen., 1853, " •'^ Forest Road," 35 x 56, Royal Jubilee Exhibition, 

Manchester, 1887 (.^gnew), £-1,-^^^. 
Marks, H. S., R.A., 1874, " Capital and Labour," 37 x 54, Liverpool, i88(i 

(Sampson), ;^58 i6s. 
Marks, H. S., R.A., 1878, " Convocation," 36 x 60 (Ceilings), £21, 4s. 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 1874, " The Fringe of the Moor," Burlington 

House, i8g8 (Ashton), ;^i,i5S. 
Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., " The Common," 35 x 50 (Wallis), £^6 4s. 
Perugini, C. E., "The Rivals," 47 x 34^ (T. Permain), ^29 8s. 
Pettie, J., R.A., 1866, " At Bay," 31 x 50, Liverpool, 1886 (Wallis), ^336. 
Riviere, Briton, R.A., 1876, " Comala," 41 x 55 (Sampson), ;£r2S2. 
Shaw, Walter J., 1882, " The Great Ormes Head," 35^ x 60 (Cox), £c,^ 12s. 
Small, W., 1874, " Curiosity," 32^ x 49I (Lister), £% i8s. 6d. 
Watts, G. F., R.A., 1867, " Portrait of the Artist," 25^ x 20J (Gooden : 

Fox), £t,7,(>- 
Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., " The Cotter's Saturday Night," from the collection of 

Sir J. Pender, 1897, engraved by J. Horsburgh (Brown), ;^i,iSS 



EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

DRAWING. 
" Portrait of Mrs. Addington," 6J x si (H. Smith), ^44 2s. 

PICTURES 

" Portrait of a Gentleman," 29 x 24 (Agnew), £6% 5s. 

" Portrait of a Lady," 29 x 23J (L. W. Harris), £<) 9s. 

" Portrait of a Gentleman," 2SJ x 235 (Agnew), £6 6s. 

" Portrait of a Lady," 30 x 25 (Agnew), ;^3i los. 

Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Trafford," 35i X 27J (Vicars), 

;^iS7 :os. 
Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Portrait of a Lady," 29I x 24J (Tooth), ^42. 
Hogarth, W., " Portrait of a Youth," 17^ x 14^ (Jesson), ^^3 13s. 6d. 
Hoppner, J., R.A., " Portrait of a Young Girl," 29 x 23J (Agnew), ;£'420. 



April 4, 1908. 139 

Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Portrait of Antonio Canova," 24 X 19, en- 
graved by P. A. Rajon (White), £52 los. 
Lely, Sir P., " Portrait of the Hon. Mrs. Booth," 30 x 25 (Levin), ;^26 5s. 
Northcote, J., R.A., " Portrait of a Gentleman," 27 x 22 (C. Davis), /]gg 15s. 
Opie, J., R..A., " Portrait of Mrs. Macdonald," 2qJ X 24J (Gooden & Fox), 

Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Edwin," from Beattie's " Minstrel," head of a 

boy, with brown dress, 17 X 14 (Agnew), ;^262 los. 

Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Heads of Angels," loi x 13J (Agnew), ;£J399. 

West, B., P.R.A., " Portrait of Lord Nelson," 13! X 10 (Agnew), ;^42. 

WORKS BY OLD MASTERS. 

FRENCH SCHOOL. 

" Portrait of a Gentleman " and " Portrait of a Young Man," pastels, a pair, 
"4 X 84 (Murray), ^'39 18s. 

PICTURES. 

" Portrait of Franciscus Petrarch," 135 x 12, exhibition of Early Italian Art, 

New Gallery, 1894 (Agnew), ;£.33 12s. 
Dolci, C, " Head of Christ," arched top, 19 X 11 (Smith), ;i£,'is ijs. 
Janssens, C, " Portrait of Sir Hugh Myddleton, Bart.," 48^ x 39J (Agnew), 

£52 los. 
Lanzani, Polidoro (after), " The Virgin and Child," by D. Teniers, 6\ x SJ, 

engraved in the " Teniers Gallery " by Lisebetius (Colnaghi & Co.), 

;^I2 I2S. 

Tintoretto (after), " An Aged Man Attended by a Boy," by D. Teniers, SJ x 6j, 
engraved in the " Teniers Gallery " by L. Vorsterman, jun. (Colnaghi & 

Co.), ;^32 IIS. 

Titian (after), " Portrait of a Nobleman," by D. Teniers, 8f x 6j, engraved 
in the " Teniers Gallery " by L. Vorsterman, jun. (Tregaskis), ;^8 8s. 

Titian (after), " Saint Catherine," by D. Teniers, 6J x s|, engraved in the 
" Teniers Gallery " by L. Vorsterman, jun. (Colnaghi & Co.), ;^22 is. 

The following picture and drawings were the property of 
the Right Hon. Sir Alexander F. x^cland-Hood, Bart., M.P., 
of St. Audries, Bridgwater, and had descended to him from 
his ancestor, J. Fuller, Esq., of Rosehill, Sussex, for whom 
they were painted. 

DRAWINGS. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Bodiham Castle," 15 x 22, International Exhibition, 
1862, engraved by W. B. Cooke in " Views in Sussex," unpublished plate 
(Gooden & Fox), £50^- 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Pevensey Castle," 14I x 22, International Ex- 
hibition, 1862 (Agnew), ;^420. 

Turner, J. M. W . R.A., " The Vale of Ashburnham," 14J x 22, International 
Exhibition, 1862, engraved in aquatint by C. Stadler (.^gnew), ;£r44i. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Hurstmonceaux Castle," 15 x 22, International Ex- 
hibition, 1862, engraved by W. B. Cooke, 1820, in " Views in Sussex," un- 
published and unfinished plate (Agnew), ;£,4Si los. 



I40 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Beauport, near Bexhill," 14J X 22, International 
Exhibition, 1862, engraved in aquatint by C. Stadler (Agnew), j£^220 10s. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Battle Abbey," 14I X 2i|, International Ex- 
hibition, 1862, engraved in aquatint by C. Stadler (Agnew), ;^357. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " The Vale of Ashburnham," 14I x 2i|, Inter- 
national Exhibition, 1S62, Burlington House, 1886, engraved by W. B. 
Cooke, 1819, in " Views in Sussex " (Agnew), ;6640 los. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " The Vale of Heathfield," 14I x 22, International 
Exhibition, 1862, engraved by W. B. Cooke, 1819, in " Views in Sussex " 
(Agnew), £nS- 

Turner, J. M. \V., R.A., "The Vale of Pevensey from Rosehill Park," i$\ X 
22^, International Exhibition, 1862, Burlington House, 1886 (Agnew), 
£(A2 I OS. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Rosehill Park," 15 X 22, International Exhibition, 
1862, engraved by W. B. Cooke, 1819, in " Views in Sussex " (Agnew), 
£JS77 los. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Battle : The Spot where Harold Fell," 15 x 22, 
International Exhibition, 1862, engraved by W. B. Cooke, iSig, in " Views 
in Sussex " (Levin), £1^^ iSs. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Pevensey Bay from Crowhurst Park," 14J X 22, 
International Exhibition, 1862, engraved by VV. B. Cooke, 1819, in " Views 
in Sussex " (Agnew), £-,^(>. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Rosehill," i4i X 22, International Exhibition, 1862, 
engraved in aquatint by C. Stadler (Colnaghi & Co.), jQzST- 

PICTURE. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " The Beach at Hastings," 35 x 47, International 
Exhibition, 1862, Burlington House, 1882 (Agnew), ^6,300. 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 

PICTURE. 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 18S8, " Murthly Water," 40 x 63, Royal Academy, 
1889 (Walton), £zi(>- 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 

PICTURES. 
Fielding, C, " Pembroke Castle," 24 x 39 (Bale), .£^325 los. 
Stark, J., " A View on the Thames," i7i x 23J (Gooden & Fox), ;£^i68. 

The following were sold by order of the executors of 
Harry Coghill, Esq., deceased, late of Coghurst Hall, 
Hastings. 

DRAWINGS. 

O'Connor, J., " Gibraltar," 12 x 21 (Henry), ;^i2 :2s. 
O'Connor, J., " An Old Archway," 19J x 14J (Norman), £Z 8s. 

PICTURES. 

Barry, W., 1890, " East Meuk o' Fife," 29! x 49^ (Smith), £1'^ 2s. 6d. 
Barry, W., " The Moor of Rannoch," 23i x 41^ (Cooper), ^14 14s. 



April 4, 1908. 141 

Barry, W., " The Bridge of Garry, Pass of Killiecrankie," 32 x 17! (Frank), 

Barucci, P., 1873, " An Encampment in the Campagna," 15 x 30 (Smith), 

£g 19s. 6d. 
Campo, F. Del, :887, " Church of Zattore on the Giudecca, Venice," 15 x zsJ 

(Tooth), £^8 6s. 
Campo, F. Del, 1888, " Ponte della Calcina, Venice," 13 X 21J (Younger), £42. 
Cole, Vicat, R.A., 1889, " Cookham on Thames," igi x 29I (Gooden & Fox), 

;£220 IDS. 

Collier, Hon. J., 1895, " The Laboratory," 61 x 47i, New Gallery, 1895 

(Huggins), £iii7. 
Collier, Hon. J., " Waiting for the Accused," 43 x 56, Royal Academy, 1891 

(Sampson), £^4 2S. 
Collier, Hon. J., 1891, " The Minuet," 2ii x 151 (T. Permain,) £^42. 
Creswick, T., R.A., and Cooper, T. S., R.A., 18S2, " Landscape," 13J x 17J 

(Rev. Ernest), £6^ 2S. 
Detmold, H., " Boys Spearing for Flat Fish," 24J x 40 (Rev. Ernest), £^i los. 
Farquharson, D., A.R.A., i88g, " Dee Side, I7i X 29! (Leggatt), £s9 ^7^- 
Farquharson, D., A.R.A., 1889, " The Findhorn and Moray Firth," igi x 294 

(Wallis), ;£;44 2S. 
Farquharson, D., A.R.A., 1889, " The Findhorn," loj x 14! (Norman), ;^i9 19s. 
Graham, Peter, R.A., 1881, " Highland Landscape," 19J x 29^ (Thrift), 

;£j262 I OS. 

Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S..\., 1881, " Inverlochy Castle and Ben Nevis," 23^ x 

36 (Cox), ;^I26. 

Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., 1889, " An Essex Lock," 23J x 36 (H. Smith), 

;£2I0. 

Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., " A Backwater on the Thames, icj x 18J (Cox), 

£35 143- 
Holland, J., 1859, " The Piazzetta of St. Mark's, Venice," 23J x i6i (Gooden 

& Fox), ;^262 IDS. 

Leader, B. W., R.A., 1872, " On the Welsh Border," igi x 29! (Robson), 

£^36 10s. 
Leader, B. W., R.A., 1888, " A Merionethshire Moor," 19^ x 29! (W. Per. 

main), ;£iio 5s. 
Linnell, J., sen., 1852, " The Timber-Waggon," 35 x $6, Royal Academy, 1852, 

gold medal at the Paris Exhibition, 1S55, Burlington House, 1883, from the 

collection of David Price, Esq , 1892 (Cox), £2,2^j los. 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 1876, " The Sound of many Waters," 57 x 83, 

Royal Academy, 1877, from the collection of David Price, Esq., 1892 

(Agnew), ;^i,i53 . 
O'Connor, J., " The .Alhambra from the Carrera del Darro," 23J x 38 (Henry), 

£^S 15s- 

O'Connor, J., " Verona," 9! x 13J (Henry\ ;^2i. 

Parsons, A., .A.R.A., " A Shady Pool," 8^ x i2i (Tooth), £ig 19s. 

Senet, R., 1889, " The Arch of Constantine, Rome," a pair, 12^ x 18J (Nor- 
man). £37 i6s. 

Stuart, C, i88q, " A July Afternoon, 234 x i7i (Stuart), ;£^i6 16s. 

Alma Tadema, Sir L., R.A., " At the Close of a Joyful Day," 32J x i3i, Royal 
Academy, 1894 (Sampson), ;^q66. 

Vernet, J., " A Wreck on the Mediterranean Coast," 28 x 42 (Schroeder), 
£7 17s- 6d 



142 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



April 7, 1908. The following were sold by order of the 
executors of T. H. Ismay, Esq., deceased, late of Dawpool, 
Cheshire. 

MODERN ETCHINGS AND ENGRAVINGS. 
" Lorna Doone," after Wontner, by F. Miller, artist's proof (Dunthorne), 

£(, i6s. 6d. 
" Rembrandt," by C. P. Slocombe, remarque proof (Agnew), jQ^ 14s. 6d. 
" The Burgomaster Six " and " Madame Six," after Rembrandt, by Arendsen, 

artist's proofs (Agnew), ;£j^26 5s. 
" The Children of Charles I.," after Van Dyck, by Laguillermie, artist's 

proof (Agnew), £(> 16s. 6d. 
" Un Chant d'Amour," after Burne-Jones, by R. W. Macbeth, artist's proof 

(Dunthorne), jQi us. 6d. 
" The Valley Farm," after Constable, by B. Debaines, artist's proof (Cockram), 

£e, 155. 6d. 
" The Cornfield," after and by the same, artist's proof (Cockram), ;^5 15s. 6d. 
" The Dinner," after Alma-Tadema, by L. Lowenstam, remarque proof, and 

" Milton Dictatinig ' Paradise Lost,' " after Muncacsy, by C. Courtry, 

remarque proof (Agnew), jQ'i 3s. 
" Moorish Archway," Toledo, by A. H. Haig (Dunthorne), £y 7s. 
" Segovia," by A. H. Haig (Ash), jQC 6s. 
"The Vesper Bell," by A. H. Haig (Dunthorne), ,^74 iis. 
" The Evening Hymn," after Mason, by C. Waltner, remarque proof (Agnew\ 

£^ 4s- 
" The Elixir of Love," after Pinwell, by Macbeth, artist's proof (Agnew), 

;^II IIS. 

" Marlow Ferry," after F. Walker, by Macbeth, proof (Gooden & Fox), £S 8s. 

" The Harvest Moon," after Mason, by the same, proof (Levin), ;£^2i. 

" The Harbour of Refuge," after F. Walker, by the same, artist's proof 

(Levin), £iij 19s. 
" Please Give," after Ansdell, by J. C. Webb, and " One," after Maud Good- 
man, artist's proofs (Levin), £^ 5s. 
" Pot-Pourri " and " Home, Sweet Home," after G. D. Leslie, R.A., by 

Stacpoole, artist's proofs (Levin), jQ'^ 3s. 
"Beauty and the Arts/' after Romney, by Greenhead, artist's proof (Levin), 

;^8 i8s. gd. 
" Albinia, Lady Cumberland," after ditto, by M. Cormack, artist's proof 

(Agnew), £z 55. 
" The Countess of Mexborough," after Hoppner, by Appleton, artist's proof 

(Agnew), £n 14s. 6d. 
" Duchess of Devonshire," after Gainsborough, by the same, artist's proof 

(Graves), ,^23 2S. 
" Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone," after Millais, by T. O. Barlow, artist's proof 

(Agnew), £s ss. 
" Miranda," after Hoppner, half length, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof 

(Colnaghi), ;^I2 12s. 
" Lord Nelson," after Hoppner, by M. Cormack, artist's proof (Levin), ;^8 8s. 
" Playmates," after H, Merle, and " The Dauphin," after Greuze, by S. 

Cousins, R.A., artist's proofs (Carnegie), £2'i 2S. 
" The Dauphin," after Greuze, by the same, artist's proof (Leggatt), £\i os. 6d. 



April 7, 1908. 143 

" Miss Bingham," after Sir J. Reynolds, by Cousins, artist's proof (Fine Art 
Society), £14 14s. 
r" " Lady Anne Fitzpatrick," after and by the same, artist's proof (Levin), 

"Countess Spencer and Lord Althorp," by and after the same, artist's proof, 
and " The Strawberry-Girl," by ditto (Levin), £16 16s. 



" Uytenbogaert : * The Gold Weigher,' " etching, by Rembrandt, third state 
(Agnew), £ii 13s. 

" Portrait of Coppenol," by Rembrandt, the large plat^,, third state (Gutekunst), 
£71 8s. 

Turner, J. M. W , R A., " The Liber Studiorum," a complete set of the 
seventy-one published plates, by C. Turner, Lupton. W. Say, and others, 
all in the first published state, except that No. 35, " Inverary Pier," has 
the bird, Rawlinson's second state, in two Solander cases. A very choice 
set, 'with broad margins; in fine condition, except that No. 51, " Rivaux 
Abbey," has been damaged, from Turner's sale (W. Ward), ;^577 los. 

ENGRAVINGS OF THE EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

" Patience " and " Penelope," after A. Kauffman, by W. Ryland, in red 

(Agnew), £12 13s. 
" Abelard and Eloisa " and Nymphs and Sleeping Cupid," after the same, in 

red (.^gnew), ;£7ii :is. 
" Classical Subjects," after A. KauSman, circles, printed in red (Agnew), 

£iS 15s- 
" Temptation," after Wheatley, and one, after W. Miller, circles, in red 

(Levin), £6 6s. 
" Historical Subjects," after Stothard, by C. White, a pair, in red (Levin), 

£5 5s- 
" Domestic Subjects," after Huck, by T. Ryder, and one, after W. Hamil- 
ton (Agnew), ^8 i8s. 6d. 
" Lady and Gentleman," in a landscape, circular, in stipple (Levin), £^ 14s. 6d. 
" Morning," after Hamilton, by Bartolozzi, printed in colours (Agnew), ;£^33 12s. 
" Cries of London : ' Matches,' " after Wheatley, by A. Cardon, open letter 

proof (Agnew), £y 17s. 6d. 
" The Story of Letitia," after Morland, by J R. Smith, " The Elopment," 

" Dressing for the Masquerade," " The Virtuous Parent," and " The Fair 

Penitent " (Agnew), ^"34 3s. 
" Duchess of Devonshire and Lady Duncannon," after A. KaulTman, by Burke, 

in red (Levin), £5 ss. 
" Mrs. Bouverie," after Cosway, by J. Cond6, proof before letters (Agnew), 

£36 15s. 
" Lady Catherine Howard," by and after C. Wilkin, open letter proof (Agnew), 

;{^I2 I2S. 

" William Pitt," by and after J. Gillray, " William Wilberforce," after Rising, 
by C. Hodges, and " Sir Hugh Middleton," by Vertue (Agnew), £^ 5s. 

" The Little Cottager," after Gainsborough, by C. Turner, open letter proof 
(Agnew), £s2 los. 

" The Little Traveller," after Singleton, by J. Jones (Agnew), £5 5s. 

" A Winter's Tale," after Opie, by V. Green, etched letter proof (Agnew), 
£52 los. 



144 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

" Lord Newbattle and his Sister," after C. Read, by V. Green, engraver's 

proof (Maggs^, ;{ri6 i6s. 
" The Princes George and Frederick," after C. Read, by J. Watson, first state, 

before any letters (Agnew), j^ii iis. 
" The Earl of Sunderland and Lord Charles Spencer," after Cosway, by W. 

Barney, open letter proof (Agnew), jQ^2 los. 
" Elizabeth, Countess of Mexborough," after Hoppner, by W. Ward, first state 

(Agnew), ;£;s4 12s. 

AFTER SIR. J. REYNOLDS. 

" The Sleeping Child," by W. Doughty, first state (Agnew), ;£;io los. 

" The Child Samuel," by J. Dean, etched letter proof (.^gnew), £\(, i6s. 

" Edwin," by C. H. Hodges, etched letter proof (Davis), £2 2s. 

" Joseph Banks," by W. Dickinson, first state (Huggins), ;^2i. 

" Dr. Richard Robinson," by J. R. Smith, first state (Druce), £<) 19s. 

" William, Duke of Leinster," by J. Dixon (Agnew), £s 53. 

" James Paine and Son," by J. Watson, first state, before any letters (Harvey), 

;£^II IIS. 

" Sir Joshua Reynolds," by J. Watson, first state (Agnew), ;£ji3 13s. 

" Dr. Johnson," by J. Watson, first state (Agnew), ^£^13 13s. 

"Admiral Augustus Keppel," by W. Doughty, first state (Agnew), ;^ii iis. 

" Field-Marshal Lord Ligonier," by E. Fisher, first state, before any inscrip- 
tion (Sabin), £2^^ 2S. 

" Lady Smith and Children," stipple, by F. Bartolozzi, second published state 
(Agnew), ;^2i. 

" Miss Beauclerc, as ' Una,' " stipple, by T. Watson, first published state (F. 
Daniell), ;^I2 12s. 

" Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick," whole length, by J. Dean, first state (Agnew), 
£6 6s. 

" Miss Polly Kennedy," by T. Watson, first state (Colnaghi & Co.), ;£;2i. 

" Viscount Maiden and Lady Elizabeth Capel," by C. Turner (Levin), £ie, 15s. 

" Miss Theophila Palmer," by J. R. Smith, second state (Agnew), ^^^is 155. 

" Lady Melbourne," by J. Finlayson, first published state (Agnew), ;^I3 13s. 

" Miss Susannah Davidson," by J. Dixon, first state, before any letters 
(Agnew), ^"23 2S. 

" Lady Cadogan," by J. Dean, first state (Agnew), ;^2i. 

" Lady Hamilton," as a Bacchante, by J. R. Smith, with the title in open 
etched letters (Colnaghi & Co.), £\6Z. 

" The Countess of Aylesford," by V. Green, second state (Agnew), £;i6 155. 

" Mrs. Hardinge," by T. Watson, first published state (Agnew), £g6 12s. 

" Mrs. Hale, as ' Euphrosyne,' " whole length, by J. Watson, first state, before 
any letters (Agnew), ;^3i 10s. 

" Hon. Mrs. ToUemache, as ' Miranda,' " whole length, by J. Jones, first pub- 
lished state (Agnew), £2g i8s. 

" Viscountess Crosbie," whole length, by W. Dickinson, first state (Colnaghi & 
Co.), ;£,'304 los. 

" Jane, Countess of Harrington," whole length, by V. Green, first state (Sabin), 

;^262 lOS. 

" Lady Bampfylde," whole length, by Thomas Watson, first state, before any 
letters (Colnaghi & Co.), £g2^. 

" Mrs. Pelham, Feeding Chickens," whole length, by W. Dickinson, fine im- 
pression of the only state (Colnaghi & Co.), ^504. 



April 7, 1908. 145 

" Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire," whole length, by V. Green, first state 

(Agnew), ;^2S2. 

AFTER G. ROMNEY. 
" The Hon. Mrs. Beresford," by J. Jones (Agnew), £1^ 14s. 
" Mrs. Stables and Children," by J. R. Smith, first state (Agnew), £2^5 los. 
" Louisa, Lady Stormount," by J. R. Smith, first state (Agnew), £i)g 15s. 
" Mrs. Warren," by C, Hodges (Colnaghi & Co.), ;£iS7 10s. 
" The Clavering Children," whole length, by J. R. Smith, first state (Agnew), 

;£;2io. 

The following were sold by order of the executors of the 
Marchioness Conyngham, deceased, late of 36, Belgrave 
Square, S.W., and The Mount, Ascot. 

ENGRAVINGS OF THE EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

" Children Subjects," after Stothard, a set of four, and two, after Ryley 

(Parsons), £6 i6s. 6d. 
" Children with Poultry," after Bartolozzi, by P. W. Tomkins, proof before 

letters (Ellis Smith), ;^io los. 
" The Wreck of the Dutton " and " The Companion," after Pocock, by R. 

Pollard, in colours (Huggins), £2 2S. 
" Countess of Harcourt," after A. Kauffman, by Ruotte, " A Lady and Child," 

after Rubens, and another (Willoughby), £2 2s. 
" Two Children," after Edridge, by Schiavonetti, proof, and " Faith," after A. 

Buck, in colours (Sabin), £!■} 13s. 
" A Young Prince," after West, by Facius, proof, and two others (Leggatt), 

" Child with a Dog," after Russell, by J. Strutt, printed in colours (Parker), 

£1 IS. 
" The Princess Sophia " and " The Duchess of Wurtemberg, after Beechey, by 

Cheesman, printed in colours (Gooden & Fox), ;^12 12s. 
" Prince Octavious," after Gainsborough, by Cheesman, and " The Empress 

Marie Louise," after Isabey, both printed in colours (Gooden & Fox), 

;£^I0 lOS. 

" Princess Amelia," after Lawrence, by Bartolozzi, and " The Princess Mary," 

after Ramberg (Willoughby), ;£^io los. 
" The Duchess of Devonshire," " Duchess of Richmond," " Miss Farren," and 

three others, after Downman, by Bartolozzi, Tomkins, etc. (Parsons), 

;^l8 i8s* 
" Miss Farren," after Lawrence, " Mdlle Parisot," and two others, water 

colour drawings (Maggs), £2 12s. 6d. 
" Caroline Isabella Somerset," after Cosway, by D. Orme, and another, after 

the same (Parsons), £2 12s. 6d. 
" George, Prince of Wales " and " The Duke of Clarence," after Cosway, by 

Sailliar (Willoughby), .^4 4s. 
" Louisa Cosway," after Cosway, by A. Cardon (Gooden & Fox), £1^ 13s. 
" Madame Ricamier," after Cosway, by A. Cardon, printed in colours (Eyles), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 
" Mrs. Duff," after Cosway, by J. Agar, finely printed in colours (Gooden & 

Pox), £22 IS. 



146 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

" Mrs. Fitzherbert," after Cosway, by A. Cardon, printed in colours (Parsons), 

;^I0 lOS. 

" Horace Beckford," after Cosway, by J. Cond^, printed in colours, with full 

margin, folded in (Sabin), £^1 los. 
" William Spencer, Duke of Devonshire," after Sanders, by C. Turner 

(Harvey), £4 4s. 
" Master Lambton," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A. (Leggatt), 

£9 '9S- 6d. 
" Ladv Georgiana Fane," after the same, by C. Turner, proof before letters, 

and " Miss Mellon, as ' Anne Page,' " after Masquerier, by W. Say, open 

letter proof (Willoughby), £g 19s. 6d. 
" The Eldest Sons of King George HI.," after B. West, by V. Green, second 

state (Willoughby), ^8 8s. 
" The Younger Children of King George HI.," after and by the same, etched 

letter proof (Willoughby), £n 14s. 
" The Countess of Mexborough," after Hoppner, by W. Ward (W. Sabin). 

iJiS i8s. 
" Miss Arabella Wilmot," after Hoppner, by J. Clint, proof (Parsons). 

;£j'i2 IS. 6d. 
" Mrs. Arbuthnot," after Hoppner, by S. W. Reynolds (Parsons), £8 i8s. 6d. 
" Catherine, Viscountess Hampden, after Hoppner, by J. Young (Parsons), 

£^ 4S- 
" Nature " (Lady Hamilton), after G. Romney, by H. Meyer, first published 

state, wide margin (Colnaghi & Co.), ;£220 :os. 
" Lady Charlotte Bertie," after Peters, by W. Dickinson, first state (Harvey), 

AFTER SIR. J. REYNOLDS. 

" Mrs. Sheridan, as ' Saint Cecilia,' " by T. Watson, first state (Parsons). 

£2 2S. 
" Mrs. Robinson," by W. Dickinson, with the title in open etched letters 

(W. Sabin), ;^I2 is. 6d. 
" Lady Elizabeth Foster," by F. Bartolozzi, proof before any letters, in bistre 

(Colnaghi), ;^48 6s. 
" Jane, Countess of Harrington, and Children," by the same (Parsons), £g 9s. 
" Mr. Philip Yorke," by the same, in bistre (Gooden and Fox), £■/ 17s. 6d. 
" The Young Lord Burghersh," by the same, first published state (Willoughby). 

£7 17s. 6d. 
" Master Henry Hoare," by C. Wilkin, first state (Sabin), ;^i7 17s. 
" Hon George Seymour Conway," by E. Fisher (Maggs), £y 17s. 6d. 
" Mary, Countess of Harcourt," by S. W. Reynolds, proof (Willoughby). 

£4 14s. 6d. 
" A Bacchante " (Lady Hamilton), by J. R. Smith (Parsons), ;^io los. 
" Lady Melbourne and Son," whole length, by T. Watson, first state (Gooden 

& Fox), ;^is iss. 

BOOKS OF ENGRAVINGS. 
(Sold not subject to return.) 

Collection of 21 Engravings, by Watteau (6), Lancret (4), Rubens (2), etc. 

(Tregaskis), ;£'i2 12s. 
Collection of 170 Fine Engravings, of gardens and garden architecture and 

miscellaneous designs (Parker), £8. 



April 7, 1908. 147 

Collection of 69 Engravings, consisting of costume plates (from Weigel's 

Habitus Populorum), portraits, after Titian, Van Dyck, Velasquez, Bosse, 

etc. (Rimell), £'i 155. 
Collection of 24 Engravings, principally by Bosse (Rimell), )£2 2S. 
" The Lover's Watch," " The Lady's Looking-Glass," etc. (excerpts), with over 

40 engravings inserted, needlework binding (Parsons), £1 2S. 
Zuccari (F. e O.) Illustri fatti Farnesiani Coloriti nel Real Palazzo di 

Caprarola dai Fratelli Zuccari, portrait and 36 fine plates by G. G. 

Prenner, folio, Roma, 1748 (Rimell), ss. 
Meyrick (S. R.) Critical Enquiry into Antient Armour, original edition, with 

plates of military costume in gold and colours, folio, R. Jennings, 1824 

(Parsons), ;^i. 
Weigel (H.) Habitus Prjecipuorum Populorum tam virorum quam Fceminrum 

Singular! Arte depicti, 200 full-length engraved figures, folio, Niirnberg, 1577 

(Maggsi, £2 IDS. 
Manuscript Rook, with selections from various authors, needlework and velvet 

binding, etc. (Smith), £^ los. 
Perelle's Views of the Palaces, Chateaux, Gardens, and Fountains of France, 

over 200 fine engravings, folio, Paris, i68o (Parsons), ^7 los. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



April 11, 1908. Modern pictures and water colour 
drawings, the property of Thomas Wood, Esq., late of 2, 
Mandeville Place, VV. 

WATER COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

Angell, H. Coleman, " Crocuses in a Pot," loj x 8 (Mitchell), £2 2S. 
Angell, H. Coleman, " Azaleas in a Venetian Glass Vase," 9x5 (Sampson,) 

£3 3S- 
Angell, H. Coleman, " Camelias," 6J x 10 (Sampson), j^^ 3s. 
Cattermole, G., " The Challenge," 15 x 22I (Mitchell), ^"8 8s. 
Champion, A., 1875, " Sprlng-Time," 16J X iij (Mitchell), ^i is. 
Coleman, W. S., " The Story-Book," 16 X 10 (Bowden), jCi 14s- 6d. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., :86o, " Sheep in the Snow," i8j x 27i (Mitchell), j£Sq 53. 
Deane, W. W., 1866, " The Interior of St. Mark's, Venice," 26 X 20J (Per- 

mainl, ;^s 55. 
Dicksee, F., R.A., 1880, " In the Boudoir," 7 X 5J (Mitchell), £i2 12s. 
Dodgson, G., 1863, " .\ River Scene," 9 x 13 (Mitchell), £1 is. 
Haghe, L., 1849, " The Interior of the Church of St. Anne, Bruges," 31! x 43 

(Wahl), ;6'5o 8s. 
Haghe, L., " The Toast," 21 x 275 (Upperton), ;£"8 8s. 
Haghe, L., " The Interior of a Church," 13! x 105 (Wahl), ,£ji2 12s. 
Haghe, L., " A Tomb in a Church," 12J X 10 (Bowden), £n 14s. 6d. 
Hardy, T. B., 1873, " On the Maas," 55 x 205 (Eyles), ;^9 9^- 
Hunt, W., " Grapes, Plum and Cherry," 7 x loj (CoUings), ;^s 55. 
Hunt, W., " Pineapple, Grapes and Berries," 31 x 45 (Mitchell), ;^i is. 
Hunt, W., "A Dead Parakeet," 3J x yi (Collings), £1 iis. 6d. 
Johnson, E. K., 1878, " The Bird's-Nest," 26^ x i8j (Sampson), £6 6s. 
Johnson, E. K., 1878, " In the Garden," i6j x 195 (Sampson), £$ 15s. 6d. 
Kilburne, G. G., 1872, " The Pet Bird," gj x io| (Huggins), £y 17s. 6d. 
Kilburne, G. G., 1872, " The Fair Student," 8i x 8^ (Lister), £2 2S. 
Lewis, J. F., R.A., " Muleteers," 10 x 14 (."^gnew), £2 12s. 6d. 
Lundgren, E., " Italian Beggars," 14 x 21 (Upperton'*, £6 i6s. 6d. 
Palmer, Sam, " A Gleam between the Showers," 20 x 28 (Mitchell), ;^3i. 
Prout, S. G., " The Porch of a Cathedral," 18J x 13 (Mitchell), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 
Sherrin, J., " Pineapple and Grapes," 12 x I5j (Bowden), ;^i7 17& 
Tayler, E., " Homeless," 17J x 14 (Mitchell), £3 3s. 
Tayler, E., " Head of a Nun," oval, 15 x 12 (Wall), £1 iis. 6d. 
Tayler, F., " Going Hawking," 45 x 8 (Vokins), £6 6s. 
Walters, G. S., 1889, " River Scene," I2j x 195 (Permain), ^£^5 5s. 
Willis, H. B., " Three Cows in a Stream," 11 j x 155 (Vicars), ;^26 ss. 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 

Atalaya, " A Youth," in yellow and red dress, $\ x 31, and Casamayor, J., 

" The Marriage Contract," a fan mount (Coureau), ;^is 15s. 
G^libert, Jules, 1870, " Hounds in a Wood," 13J x 195 (Mitchell), £2 2s. 
Tusquets, R., 1870, " A Roman Peasant-Woman," 17I x 12 (Whale), £1 iis. 6d. 
Wilda, C, 1882, " The Artist and the Critic," 8} x 9 (Sampson), £y 7s. 



April II, 1908. 149 



MODERN PICTURES. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 
Altson, Abbey, " Head of a Girl," 234 x igi (Sampson), ;£J22 is 
Boughton, G. H., R.A., 1885, " Waiting for the Yacht," 51 x 29 (Tooth), 

£2<i 8s. 
Brett, J., A.R..^., 1884, " Portsmouth," 6| x 135 (Lister), £■; 7s 
Burgess, J. B., R.A., 1872, " The New Fan," 17 x i3i (Sampson), iCs SS- 
Burgess, J. B., R..A.., 1887, "Afternoon Tea," 11 x gj (Mitchell), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Calderon, P. H., R.A., 1879, " Summer Breezes," 45^ x 35J, Royal .■\cademy, 

1879 (Sampson), £\^ 2S. 
Calderon, P. H., R.A., 1867, " A Croquet-Player," 25 x 18 (Carey), £1 iis. 6d. 
Coleman, \V. S., " Two Children on a Marble Seat," 245 x i6 (Permain), 

Coleman, W. S., " Ready for the Bath," 23J x 95 (Lister), £^ 4s. 

Cooke, E. \V., R.A., 1863, " River Scene," loj X 171 (Huggins), £16 i6s. 

Ellis, Edwin, " Magic Casements," 9s X 7 (Shepherd), £6 6s. 

Elmore, A., R..A., " The Toilet," I2j x 17 (Shepherd), £<) 9s. 

Farquharson, D., A.R.A., 1890, " Hay-Time in the Langdales," 29! x 51 

(Sampson), ;^iio 5s. 
Frith, W. P., R.A., 1887, " Sir Roger de Coverley and the Beautiful Widow." 

14 X 135 (Sampson), ;£'22 is. 
Frost, W. E. R..A., " A Bacchanalian Dance," 12 x 19J (Mitchell), ;^I4 14s. 
Godward, J. W., " The Bath of Venus," 68 x 24, Royal Academy, 1901 

(Sampson), ;£r73 los. 
Godward, J. W., 1904, " Reverie," 22J x 285 (Coureau), ;^94 los. 
Godward, J. W., 1895, " Violets," 21 x 16 (Cremetti), ^^31 los. 
Goodall, F., R..\., " Miranda," 20 x 141 (Boyce), £2 12s. 6d. 
Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., " The Valley of the Thames," 12J X 23 

(Mitchell), £t,s 14s. 
Hardy, Heywood. 1885, " The Crab," 43 x 35 (Sampson), £2$ 49. 
Hardy, Heywood, 1883, " The Lion in Love : /Esop's Fables," 38 x 47I 

(Sampson), j£rio los. 
Holland, J., " The Doge's Palace, Venice," 6j X 15 (Tooth), ;^63. 
Llewellyn, W., " Red Riding-Hood." 19I x 15J (Cox), ^^8 8s. 
Long, E., R.A., " The Balcony," 16 x 20J (Mitchell), £% i8s. 6d. 
O'Connor, J., R.H..A., " The Island of .St. Giorgio Maggiore," " The Church ol 

Santa Maria della Salute, Venice," a pair, lunettes, 65 in. long (Gooden & 

Fox), £6 Cs. 
Oliver, W., 1873, " The Love-Letter," 22 x 165 (D. M. Davis), £6 6s. 
Oliver, W., 1869, " Jilted," 17 x 14 (Sampson), £^ 4s. 
Oliver, W., " How Happy could I be with Either," 8J x iij (D. M. Davis), 

£1^ 14s. 6d. 
Phillip, J., R.A., " Market Figures," 19 x 16 (Carey), £2 2S. 
Pott, L. J., " Feeding the Pigeons," ^2\ x 25^ (Sampson), ;£'io los. 
Sant, J., R.A., " Poetry," 35, circle (Wahl), ;^27 6s. 
Stewart, J. L., 1882, " In the Conservatory," 22 x 27^ (Lister), £-i 3s. 
Wardle, Arthur, " A Tale of Woe." 25 x 33i (Sampson), £1^ 15s. 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 

Arcos, v., 1880, " A Toreador." 6^X3! (Whale), £1 iis. 6d. 
Andreotti, F., " The Musician's Meal," 11 x gj (Mitchell). £11 128 



ISO ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Benlliure, J., " A Bull Fight," 5 X 7^ (Sampson), £i 5s. 

Benlliure, J., " The Visit," 7i x 5 (Mitchell), ^^34 13s. 

Blaas, E. He, 18S3, " The First Cigar," 24^ x 16 (C. Davis), ;£'i20 15?. 

Blaas, E. de, 1883, " Going to School," 22J x 15 (Cremetti), ;^33 12s. 

Bouguereau, W., 1897, " Head of a Greek Girl," 175 x 14J (Cremetti), ;^78 155. 

Caraud, J., 1858, " The Toilet," 17! X 14^ (Agnew), £6 6s. 

Cav^, J., 1901, " At the Spring," 495 x 3ii (Vicars), ;£^3i 10s. 

Conti, Tito, " Summer-Time," 25! x 21 (Cremetti), ;^33 12s. 

Conti, Tito, " Simplicity," igj x 15J (Harrison), £^4 2S. 

Coomans, J., " The Mirror " and " Reading the Letter," a pair, 17! x 14^ 

(Mitchell), £s Ss- 
Corcos, v., 1889, " La Senorita," 26 X 16 (Schroeder), ;£j'i3 13s. 
Delvaux, E., 1829, " Forest Scene," 21 J x 29J (Ceilings), £3 3s. 
Favres, A., 1889, " A Guard of the Seraglio," 59 x 33, Irish International 

Exhibition, 1907 (Sampson), £^;i is. 
Favrptto, G., " Playing with Baby," loj x 17 (Heinemann), ;^22 is. 
Fichel, E., 1879, " The Invalid," Sj X 4 (Gumchian), ;^i6 i6s. 
Flameng, F., " Reverie," igj x 13 (Sampson), £iy 17s. 
Gallegos, J., " The Procession of the Rosary," 24^ x 385 (Tooth), ;^68 5s. 
Galofr^, B., 1872, " The Itinerant Musician," 19 x 35 (de Kilpeck,) £n 14s. 
Garrido, E. L., " Contemplation," 16J x 13 (Gumchian), £2 2s. 
Goupil, J., " Head of a Lady," 7J x 5f (Sampson), ;£,"i is 
GroUeron, P., 18S2, " An Incident in the Franco-Prussian War," 23J x 16 

(Sampson), ;£^32 iis. 
Haas, J. H. L. de, 1878, " Aux Bords de la Riviere en HoUande," 26J x 33 

(Mitchell), ;£39 i8s. 
Hagborg, " A Peasant-Girl on the .Sands," 18 x iij (Carey), £1 iis. 6d. 
Harlamoff, A., " Head of a Young Girl," 18 x 135 (Sampson), ;^2i. 
Harlamoff, A.., " Head of a Young Girl," 17J X 133 (Wallis), £;^g 18s. 
Hernandez, D., " Beauty at Ease," 41 x 295 (Sampson), £^ 5s. 
Jacquet, C, 1880, " Head of a Girl," 23I X 195 (Thrift), ;^78 155. 
Jacquet, G., " Head of a Girl," 13^ x 95 (Sampson), ;^2i. 
Jacquet, G., " Head of a Girl," i2j x 9i (Cremetti), ^47 S^- 
Jacquet, G., " Bad News," 12 x 9 (Cremetti), £52 los. 
Jacquet, G., " Playing the Mandoline," 10 X 8j (Agnew), ;^47 5s. 
Jonghe, G. de, " A Mother and Child," 15 x I2j (Sampson), £n 4s. 
Kiesel, Conrad, " Chrysanthemums," 165 X 135 (Mitchell), ^£,'39 i8s. 
Kiesel, Conrad, " Head of a Girl," 17J x 13^ (Schroeder), ;^io los. 
Kiesel, Conrad, " The Coquette," on panel, loj x 8j (Schroeder), ;^i8 i8s. 
Lesrel, A. A., i8qo, " Checkmate," 22 x 18 (Vicars), £10^. 
Madrazo, R., " Head of a Spanish Lady," 201 X 175 (Mitchell), £^ 4s. 
Masriera, A., 1887, " A Spanish Coquette," 21^ x 18 (Lister), £^ 4s. 
Merle, Hugues, 1871, " Carmen," 21J x 18 (Mitchell), £n 4s. 
Moreau, Ch., " Cutting out the New Suit," 14^ x I7i (Gumchian), ;^i6 i6s. 
Miiller, R. A., " The Invention of Gunpowder by the Monk Berthold Schwarz," 

14 X i7i (Leger), ^8 8s. 
Munier, E., 1879, " Awake," 17 x 20 (Agnew), £y 7s. 
None, L., 1885, " The Two Mothers," 54 x 28, Irish International Exhibition, 

1907 (Coureau), ;^89 5s. 
Pfancees, L., 1889, " In the Guard-Room," loj x 13^ (Milchel!), ^42. 
Philips, Herman, " A Guitar-Player," 18J x 8J (Wallis), £6 6s. 
Plassan, E., " Morning," 5} x 4 (Permain), £1^ 14s. 
Ramos, Garcia Y., " A Tambourine-Girl : Seville," 15 x 7| (Sampson), £8 8s. 



April II, 1908. 151 

Ribera, R., " Ready for the Ball," 17J X 9 (Roe), £2 2s. 

Rinaldi, G., 1890, " A Pinch of Snuff." 23 X 17J (Sampson), £1"; 17s. 

Rondel, H., " Returned from the Party," 28J X 21 (Cremetti), ;£,'3i los. 

Rondel, H., " Head of a Girl," 17J x 141 (Smith), ;^2i. 

Sad^e, Ph., " Fisherwomen on the Sands," 9X7 (Wallis), ;C^9 19s- 

Salmson, Hugo, " In the Garden," 26^ x 36 (Mitchell), £S i8s. 6d. 

Santoro, R., " A Street Scene," 8J x 7I (Baker), ;^s 153. 6d. 

Schafer, H. T., 1888, " Feeding the Pigeons," 46 X 56 (Frost & Reed), ;^78 15s. 

Schafer, H. T., 1888, " Fortunes," 22J x 15^ (Lister), £21. 

Schafer, H. T., 1888, " Poetry," 22J x isJ (Frost & Read), £25 4s. 

Serra, Enrique, 18S8, " A Ceremony in a Greek Church," 8J x I7i (Mitchell), 

^'29 8s. 
Serra, Enrique, 1888, " A Church Procession " and " Figures in Boats," a pair, 

10 X 6i (Sampson), £15 15s. 
Simoni, G., 1881. "A Moorish Festival," 6x8^ (Mitchell), £S 18s. 6d. 
Swoboda, R., " A Mosque, Cairo," 2ii x 15 (Mitchell), £2^ 4s. 
Tenkate, H., " Cavaliers outside the Town Hall, Courtrai," 255 x 43 (Coureau), 

^78 iss. 
Tissot, J. J., " The Hammock," 35^ x 24! (Lister), £8 8s. 
Tissot, J. J., " Going to the Opera," 14 x 7? (Wall), ;£^i2 12s. 
Tofano, E., " Head of a Lady," 133 x 10 (Sampson), £2 2s. 
Toudouze, E., " The Nosegay," 20J x 17! (Mitchell), ;£r26 ss- 
Vinea, F., 1885, " The Serving-Maid," 26J x 175 (Sampson), £48 6d. 
Vinea, F., 1898, "The Mandoline-Player," 15^ x 13! (C. Davis), £63. 

WORKS BY OLD MASTERS. 

DRAWINGS. 

" Head of a Lady," 11x9 (Renton), ^i iis. 6d. 

" A Lion Hunt," 9 x 1I3 (L'pperton), £2 2S. 

Humphrey, O., R.A., " Portrait of a Gentleman," pastel, 26J x 2o| (Renton), 

PICTURES. 

Backhuyzen, L., " Shipping in a Breeze off the Coast," 295 X 41J (Harries), 

£5 Ss. 
Marieschi, " The Rialto, Venice," 22J x 39 (Schroeder), ;£^i8 i8s 
Ryley, C. R., " The Last Interview between Charlotte and Werther," oval, 7I 

X 6J, Royal Academy, 1786 (Shepherd), £\2 12s. 
Vernet, J., " Tivoli," 36 x 48^ (Howard), £6 16s. 6d. 



152 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



APRIL 13, 1908. The following were sold by order of 
the executors of Richard Mills, Esq., deceased, late of 34, 
Queen's Gate Place, S.VV. :— 

DRAWINGS. 

Allingham, H., " The Cottage Gate," 8 x 6j (Sampson), ;£'2i. 

Burne-Jones, Sir E., 1861, " The Annunciation," 20J x 14I, New Gallery, 

1898-9 (Agtiew), £141 153. 
Burne-Jones, Sir E., " Alys la Belle Pelerine," pen and ink, 10 X 5J (Gooden 

and Fox), ;£^26 53. 
Burne-Jones, Sir E., " Going to the Battle," pen and ink, 8| x 7i (Agnew), 

;.^iio ss. 
Collier, T., 1869, " On the Coast, North Wales," g x 13! (Leggatt), ;£;is 153. 
Corbet, M. R., A.R.A., 1886, " A Bocca d'Arno," 12 X 32 (Agnew), £3g 18s. 
Cotman, J. S., " On the Downs," 9 x 13 (Carfax), ;£J26 53. 
Cozens, J. R., " Borrowdale," 6 x 8| (Parker), ;^s 153. 6d. 
Cox, D., " The Ford at Brough, Yorkshire," 17J x 24 (Morson), £yS 15s. 
Cox, D., " Rowsley Mill," 16J x 223 (Dodson), ;C^3 2s. 
Cox, D., " Wind and Rain," 20 X 29 (Dodson), ;^3i los. 
Cox, D., " A Study of Sea and Shore," 6j by 9J (Halsey), jQg 19s. 6d. 
Davis, W. (of Liverpool), " An Autumn Torrent, Forth Lewyd," 12 x 19J 

(Wallis), ;^i8 i8s. 
Duncan, E., 1869, " St. Abb's Head, Berwick," 8 X 6J- (Upperton), £y 17s. 6d. 
Edridge, H., A.R.A., " On the Thames," gi X 145 (Wilson), £^ 3s. 
Fripp, A. D., " The Monastery of St. Rocco, at Alevano," iij X 171 (Agnew), 

£4 14s. 6d. 
Girtin, T., " Skiddaw and Saddleback, Cumberland," 8 x isJ (Nicholson), 

£8 8s. 
Goodwin, Albert, 1883, " A May Morning," 11 x 17J (Bowden), £iy 17s. 
Grace, A. F., " Folkington from the Downs," iij x 18 (Agnew), ;^I5 153. 
Havell, W., " Ploughing near Worcester," 12 x 18 (Sampson), ;^3 3s. 
Henderson, Cooper, " The Meet of the Foxhounds," 7! x 12 (Fores), ;^ii us. 
Henderson, Cooper, " The Mail-Coach," g\ x 135 (Roskell), ;£"ii 113. 
Hine, H. G., "Strand Gate, Winchelsea," 11 x 17J (Sampson), ;^8 8s. 
Hine, H. G., " On the Beach. Eastbourne " and " A Landscape," by D. Cox 

(Parker), £5 53. 
Hunt, W., " Branch of Hawthorn and Bird's-Nest," 13 X 9 (Agnew), ;^44 2s. 
Hunt, W., " The East Cliff, Hastings," I2i x 18 (Carfa.x), ;£:22 is. 
Inchbold, J. W., " Tintangel, Cornwall," lOj x i6| (Carfax), ;^ii iis. 
Legros, A., " A Woody Landscape," an etching, lo^ x 16 (Norman), £6 6s. 
Phillips, G. F., " Rosherville-on-Thames," 9J x 12J (Muggins), £2 13s. 6d. 
Prout, S., " The Ruins of a Church," isJ x 10} (Leggatt), ;£J'22 is. 
Rossetti, D. G., 1861, " Head of a Girl " (Miss Ford), red chalk, i2f x 10} 

(Carfax), £2^ 3s. 
Solomon, Simeon, 1864, " A Priestess offering Poppies," 16J x I2j (Peel), 

£27 63. 
Stanfield, C, R.A., " Near Dol, Brittany," 6} x loJ (Mitchell), ^"ii os. 6d. 
Stokes, Adrian, 1884, " At Mudeford, Christchurch, Hants," i6i x 23! 

(Walters), ;^27 6s. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " The Falls of Tivoli," 10 x 15 (Roskell), ;^23 2s. 



April 13, 1908, 153 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Snowdon, from Llanberis Lake," 7X9 (Wakeley), 

;^I0 lOS. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Maecenas Villa, near Rome," 19 x i2i (Carfax), 

£t,i ios. 
Weber, Otto, " Ploughing, Brittany," 6J x 10 (Willson), £2 2s. 
Weguelin, J. R., 1873, " In Danger, An Idyll from Theocritus," 16 x 8 

(Huggins), £17 17s. 
Wint, P. de, " A Lowland Landscape," 7^ x 12 (Parker), £^ 4s. 
Wint, P. de, "Still Life on a Table," 115, circle (Agnew), £1 lis. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

Bonheur, T. Peyrol, 1856, " Turkeys," 16 x 29J (Lister), £2 2s. 

Brett, J., A.R.A., 1879, " Waterwinch : Sanderfoot, Tenby," b\ < 13} 

(Wakeley), £y 7s. 
Fisher, Mark, " Moonlight " and " The Road through the Clover," a pair, 

12J X I2f (Sampson), ;£'i2 12s. 
Havell, W., 1806, " Lane Scene," i6f x 14 (Agnew), £1^ 15s. 
Inchbold, J. W., 1857, "The Lake of Lucerne," 14 X 17I (Agnew), ;^io los. 
Kennedy, W. D., " The Waste, Shapfells, Cumberland " and " Morning Effect," 

(Sampson), ;,^3 3s. 
Lambinet, E., 1854, " Les Blanchisseuses," i2j x 195 (Gumchian), £(>$ 2S. 
Lambinet, E., i860, " On the Seine," 115 X 185 (Roskell), £110 5s. 
Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., " Philae, Looking up the Nile," 7 x 11 (C. Harris), 

;£^I2 IS. 6d. 
Mason, G., A.R.A., " Wind on the Wold," 8 X 16 (Gooden & Fox), ;^24i los. 
Mason, G., A.R.A., " Porto d'Anzio, near Rome," 6\ x I3i (Leggatt), ;^13 13s 
Prinsep, Val. C, R.A., " A Sea Piece, with Boat," 6J x 13I (Wakeley), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 
Stokes, Adrian, " Evening on the Kennet," 195 x 26J (Bloxam), ;£J'22 is. 
Stokes, Adrian, 1882, " Concarneau, West Coast of Brittany," gj x 14 (Halsey), 

^19 19s. 
Weber, Otto, " War-Horses," 295 x 59 (Roskell), £<)() 15s. 
Weber, Otto, " Harvesting, Brittany," 19 x 295 (Cremetti), ;^35 14s. 
Weber, Otto, " Ploughing, Brittany," 19 x 295 (Cremetti), ;^29 8s. 
Wysmuller, H. J., " A Lowland River," 165 X 25J (Wakeley), ;^2i. 
Wilson, R., R.A., " Woody River Scene," 14 x i7i (Howard), £<) 19s. 6d. 

The following were sold by order of the executors of R. J. 
Moser, Esq., deceased, late of 23, Maresfield Gardens, 
Hampstead, N.W. : — 

DRAWINGS. 

Bennett, " Limekilns " and " The Old Soldier," by Basil Bradley (Mitchell), 

£11. 
Fripp, G. A., i860, " Beachy Head," 13 x 19 (Eyles), £iZ i8s. 
Goodall, F., R.A., 1844, " Galway Peasants," a pair, loj x 6| (Howard), £2 2S. 
Green, C, 1865, "The Country Circus," 8 x iij (Brown & Phillips), ;^i8 i8s. 
Green, C, 1868, " Winter : Fetching Water," 6x7! (Permain), £6 6s. 
Haag, Carl, 1857, " An Italian Water-Carrier," 13I x 9J (Mitchell), £3 2S. 
Hardy, T. B., 1884, " Katwijk," 16J x 26i (Bowden), ^£^14 14s. 
Hardy, T. B., 1884, " Noordijk," 16J x 25^ (D. and M. Davis), ;£:i7 17s. 



154 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Hardy, T. B., 1875, " Greenwich Hospital," 13 x 20 (Mitchell), £14 14s. 

Hardy, T. B., 1872, " The Last Broadside," 7f x iii (Mitchell), £^ 4s. 

Hine, H. G., 1863, " Ruins of Stangham, Sussex," 8i x 145 (D. and M. 

Davis), jCy 17s. 6d. 
Leitch, W. L., 1863, " River Scene," 131 x 23^ (D. and M. Davis), ;£'2i. 
Leitch, W. L., " River Scene," 41 X 75 (Falser), £1 15s. 
McKewan, D. H., 1874, " Harlech Castle," 105 x 24J (Brown and Phillips), 

£9 19s- 6d. 
McKewan, D. H., " A Waterfall," 20 x 14^ (Fraser), ;^5 iss. 6d. 
McKewan, D. H., " Bellano, Como " and " A Highland Pass " (Leger), £3 3s. 
McKewan, D. H., " Caswell Bay " and " A Welsh River Scene " (Fraser), 

£3 135- 6d. 
Palmer, Sutton, 1881, " Hill and Dale," 16 x 24^ (Mitchell), ;{^22 is. 
Richardson, T. M., 1859, " On Rannoch Moor, Argyllshire," 14 X 40 (Sampson), 

;£;:8 i8s. 
Richardson, T. M., " Spital of Glenshee," 14^ x 35i (Sampson), £15 155. 
Richardson, T. M., i860, " Naples," loj by 19 (Mitchell), £^0 9s. 
Richardson, T. M., 1848, " Hastings," 12 x 19 (J. Roe), £,i. 
Richardson, T. M., " Niederburg " and " The Castle of Langenau," a pair, 10 X 

14 (W. F. Smith), £2 12s. 6d. 
Thorne-Waite, R., " Left in Charge," 15 x 21 (Sampson), ;^22 is. 

The following were sold by order of the executor of Mrs. 
J. G. Morten, deceased, late of Gothic House, Petersham 
Road, Richmond, Surrey : — 

DRAWINGS. 
Macwhirter, J., R.A., " A Highland Loch," gi X I3i (Lister), £.j 13s. 6d. 
Melville, H. S., 1871, " The Storm," 21 x 38 (Nash), £;i 13s. 6d. 
Rowden, T., 1896, " Beer Downs, Devon," 10 x 20J (M. Joseph, junr.), 

£6 1 6s. 6d. 
Smythe, L. P., A.R.A., " Fancy Free," 8 x nj (C. Harris), £5 55. 
Weedon, A. W., 1874, " A Highland Scene," 155 x 25 (.'\gnew), ;£72i. 
Wimperis, E. M., 1886, " Folding Sheep," 6J X 9^ (Frost & Reed), ;£^ii iis. 
Wyllie, C. W., " A Village on the Coast," 10 x 14 (Noble), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Wyllie, C. W., " Going to School," 12! x 10 (Mitchell), £2 3s. 
Wyllie, C. W., "A Fishing Village," 14 X 10 (Huggins), £2 13s. 6d. 
Wyllie, W. L., R..\., " The Mouth of a Harbour " and " A Sea Piece " (Parker), 

£S ISS. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

Breakspeare, W. A., " A Lady of the Middle Ages," on panel, 10 x 4} 

(Connel), £7 7s. 
Hulme, F. W., " A Showery Day," 9 x i3i (Sampson), £3 3s. 
Hunter, Colin, A.R..\., 1888, " A Fishing-Village on the Coast," i3i x 23! 

(Agnew), £2S 14s. 
Hunter, Colin, A.R.A., 1893, " The Salmon-Pool," 19 x 13 (Cooling), ;^ii 12s. 
Macwhirter, J., R.A., " A Spate," 25 x 42^ (Sampson), ;^3i los 
Macwhirter, J., R..\., " A Highland Lake Scene," 13 x i8i (Mitchell), 

;^8 i8s. 6d. 
Pettie, J., R.A., " The Chieftain's Candlesticks," 36 x 23J (Connell), ;£j262 los. 
Pettie, J., R.A., "The Cardinal," 29 x 19 (Wallis), ;£;47 55. 
Wyllie, W. L., R..\., 1880, " Leaving the Port," 25! x 50 (Sampson), ;^33 12s. 



April 13, 1908. 155 

The following- were sold by order of the executors of 
R. W. Cresswell, Esq., deceased, late of Hamilton House, 
Hall Road. N.W. :— 

DRAWINGS. 
Absolon, J., "The Cottage Door " and "The Unappreciated Genius," by C. ]. 

Staniland, 1875 (Lister), ;£^5 5s. 
AUingham, H., 1877, " On the Shingle, Eastbourne," 4! X 4J (Leggatt), ;C3- 
Andrews, G. H., 1876, " The Groote Market, Rotterdam," gi x i3i (D. and M. 

Davis), ;^5 ss. 
Bouvier, A., 1866, " The Shady Path " and " Carting Fern on Esthwaite Fells," 

by H. C. Pidgeon, 1869 (M. Joseph, Junr.), £^. 
Chase, J., " Hall of Justice, Bruges," 16 X 21 (Bowden), £2 12s. 6d. 
Chase, J., " Porch of the Cathedral of Chartres, France, 135 x u (Huggins), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 
Cooper, T. S., R..A., i860, " Summer : Cows and Sheep In a Pasture," 16 x 22 

(Saxnpson), ;£jio5. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 186:, " Winter ; Sheep in the Snow," ijj x 20 (Sampson), 

£52 los. 
Cox, D., " Beddgelert Bridge," 10 x 14 (J. Roe), ^18 i8s. 
Cox, " Windermere," 10 X 15^ (Binchell), j£^ii us. 
Dendy, G., " The Dead Thrush " and " The Pride of the Family and The Pet 

of the Family," a pair in one frame, by L. Corbaux (Collins), j(^2 2s. 
Duffield, M. E., " Roses," 8 x 12I (Huggins), ^^3 13s. 6d. 
Duffield, M. E., " Pansies and Roses " and " Flowers " (Agnew), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Gillies, Margaret, 1876, " A Thrilling Tale "; " Head of a Girl," oval, by Emily 

Farmer; and " Rather Shy," by ditto (W. Smith), £2 12s. 6d. 
Haghe, L., 1S69, " Rent Day," 14 x 19 (Huggins), £ig 19s. 
Hayes, E., R.H.A., 1871, " Vessels Running for St. Ives," gf x 20 (Bowden), 

;^I0 los. 
Hayes, E., R.H..A., 1868, " Shipping, off the Coast," 6 x 17 (Eyles), £g 9s. 
Hayes, E., R.H..\., 1875, Shipping, off Sheerness," 7! x 11 (Bowden), 

;^S 15s- 6d. 
Hardy, J., Junr., 1876, " Lunch-Time," 21 x 29 (Mitchell), £^2 los. 
Hardy, J., Junr., 1872, " Gillies, with Setters and Dead Game," 95 by I4i (D. 

and M. Davis), ;£^29 8s. 
Hardy, J., Junr., 1876, " Shooting, Pony and Keeper," gj x 131 (Sampson), 

£2S 4S- 
Hardy, J., Junr., " Studies of Peasant-Boys," two in one frame; and " Studies 

of Sheeps' Heads," by G. Shalders (F. A. Smith), £2 12s. 6d. 
Johnson, E. K., 1878, " The Old Home," 14J x gi (Bowden), £6 6s. 
Kilburne, G. G., 1875, " A Fountain, near Rome," 13 x ui (Mitchell), 

£2 13s. 6d. 
Kilburne, G. G., 1871, " The Wayside," 9 x 12 (Howard), £y 7s. 
McKewan, D. H., 1867, " Penmachno Mill, North Wales," 19J x 29} 

(Mitchell), £y 17s. 6d. 
McKewan, D. H., 1S67-71, " A Rocky Stream : Evening," and " Knole Park," 

a pair, 14J x 21J (Leggatt), £7 7s. 
Marks, H. S., R.A., " Sittings in Banco," and " A Cockatoo " (Sampson), 

£4 4s ■ 
Mole, J. H., 1869, " Minnow-Fishers at Tisbury, Wilts," 13 X 23! (Sampson), 

;£j22 IS. 



156 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Mole, J. H., 1876, " A Park Scene, with Woodcutters," 10 X 15! (Connell), 

^14 14s. 
Mole, J. H., 1877, " A Gipsy Encampment," SJ X 12J (Sampson), £6 6s. 
Mole, J. H., J867, " An Old Cottage and Peasant Children," 9I by 14I 

(Connell), ;£;i3 13s. 
Mole, J. H., 1871, " Stepping-Stones at Brent, Devon," 9J x 14 (Sampson), 

;^i3 13s- 
Mole, J. H., 1868-74, " Haymaking," and " A Quiet Nook " (Sampson), 

Mole, J. H., " A Sunny Day," " A Bay Scene " and " Near Mitcham, Surrey," 

(Sampson), ;^8 8s. 
Miiller, W., " Grandmother's Story," loj X 13J (F. A. Smith), £1 153. 
Philp, J. G., " Too Rough for Fishing," and " The Harvest-Field," by H. A. 

Harper, 1867 (Leggatt), ^'4 14s. 6d. 
Prout, S., " The Temple of Jupiter," 8| x 6f (Newman), ;^3 3s. 
Richardson, T. M., 1877, " A Coast Scene," 6 X 9^ (Leggatt), £2 3s. 
Richardson, T. M., 1877, " Near Tyndrum, Perthshire," S by 8 (Mitchell), 

^3 3S- 
Roberts, D., R.A., 1871, " The Town Hall, Ghent," 12^ x 8i (Mitchell), 

;^ii OS. 6d. 
Rowbotham, T. L., 1875, " River Scene," 8 x iSJ (Mitchell), £^ 4s. 
Rcwbotham, T. L., 1867, " A Kentish Lane " and " Near Chislehurst," a pair, 

7i X 18 (Mitchell), £g 9s. 
Rowbotham, T. L., 1869, " Castles of Sternburg and Liebinstein on the 

Rhine " and " An Old Shed by a Lake," by T. Girtin (Mitchell), £n 4s. 
Shalders, G., 1869, " Spring Time," 14 x 235 (Bowden), £28 7s. 
Shalders, G., 1868, " A Quiet Corner," 8| x 20J (Mitchell), ^'13 13s. 
Sherrin, J., " Ready for Market," iij x 8J (Sampson), £s 5s. 
Warren, E. G., 1876, " The Strid on the Wharfe," 17J x 25^ (Agnew), £2 2S. 
Warren, E. G., 1874, " Far from the Busy Haunts of Men," 17 X 25! 

(Collings), £i 3s. 
Weir, Harrison, 1885, " A Large Brood," 10 x 14? (Vyse), £2 3s. 



April 25, 1908. 157 



April 25, 1908 (First Day's Sale). Modern pictures and 
water-colour drawings, being the second portion of the stock 
of the late Mr. Thomas Richardson, of 43, Piccadilly, W. 

DRAWINGS. 

Affleck, W., " Flowery June," ii X SJ (Amor), £5 155. 6d. 

Barret, G., 1832, " Lake Scene." 14 x 2o| (Misell), ^22 is. 

Barret, G., 1829, " Classical Landscape," 13^ x 20 (Misell), ;£^i8 i8s. 

Barret, G., 1830, " River Scene." 16J x 21 (Vane), £7 7s. 

Benwell, J. A., 1875, " The Temple of Isis," 19J x 39 (Swaab), £iS 18s. 

Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1867, " The Harvest Field," 13J X 20^ (Swaab), £<) gs. 

Garden, C., " The Farmyard," 14 X 20 (Amor), £6 6s. 

Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1880, " Cow and Three Sheep," 8i x uj (Hamilton), 

£31 los. 
Cooper, T. S., R..^., " Cow and Sheep on the Sussex Downs," :oi x8 (Mitchell), 

£21- 
Couver, J. Van, " On the Vecht," 13! x 20J: (Sampson), £4 4s. 
Couver, J. Van, " Outside Flushing," 13 x 20 (Smith), £2 13s. 6d. 
DoUond, W. A., " In the Shade " and " Oranges," a pair, 17I X 7j (Swaab), 

j^i8 i8s. 
Dollond, W. A., " The Way to the Temple " and " Expectation," a pair, 

24 X 10 (Misell), ;^33 12s. 
Fripp, G. A., " A Watermill," 19 x 14 (Evans), £S 8s. 
Glendening, A., 1906, " Feeding the Ducks," 29 x 21 (Misell), ;^27 6s. 
Glendening, A., 1905, " By Appointment," isJ x iij (Misell), ;^I3 2S. 6d. 
Glendening, A., 1905, "Summer-Time," 15^ x iij (Misell), ;^I4 3s. 6d. 
Hardy, J., jun., " Dead Grouse " and " Dead Blackcock " (Cross & Phillips), 

£5 Ss. 
Hardy, T. B., 1889, " Tugging the Brig," 15! X 30^ (Mitchell), ;^i6 5s. 6d. 
Hardy, T. B., i8go, " Rescue." igj X 29J (Shepherd), ;^I4 14s. 
Hardy, T. B., " Off the Dutch Coast," 17^ x 27^ (Vane), £1^ 13s 
Hardy, T. B., 189^ " Off Boulogne," 16 x 25 (Blaine), £2^ 3s. 
Hardy, T. B., " Off Calais," 15 x 39 (Cross & Phillips), ^17 17s. 
Hardy, T. B., " A Summer Shower," 18J x 295 (Upperton), £g 9s. 
Lloyd, Stuart, 1900, " Broxbourne," Herts, iif x 35^ (Mitchell), ;£,"io los. 
Lloyd, Stuart, 1906, " Evening on the Stour," 115 x 353 (Mitchell), £g gs. 
Lloyd, Stuart, 1906, " Arundel Castle," I'lj x 355 (Blaine), £11 os. 6d. 
Lloyd, Stuart, 1903, " Spring-Time, Broxbourne," 11 x 255 (Sampson), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 
Lloyd, Tom, 1905, " Home with the Waggon," 11 J x 27^ (Misell), ;^I9 8s. 6d 
Mackay, T., 1897, " Homewards," 11 x 175 (Mitchell), ^5 ss. 
Marny, P., " St. Jean Place, Moulins," 23 x 41 (Misell), ;^io los. 
Marny, P., " A Normandy Fish-Market," igj x 29 (Sampson), £q 19s. 6d. 
Marshall, R. A. K., " Near Abergavenny," 20^ x 16 (Misell), £S i8s. 6d. 
Marshall, R. A. K., " Heathfield, Sussex," 13J x 20J (Vane), ;^8 8s. 
Mason, F. H., " Katwyck am Zee," 153 x 39 (Blaine), £1^ 2s. 6d. 
Mason, F. H., " A Breezy Day on the French Coast," 15^ x 39J (Blaine), 

;^i3 13s- 
Mason, F. H., " Boulogne : Departing for the Fishing-ground," lyi x 3SJ 

(Mitchell), £g 9s. 



158 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Mason, F. H., igoi, " A Venetian Ferry," igj x 30 (Longley), ;^8 8s. 

Mason, F. H., " Venice," 17 X 25 (Amor), £S i8s. 6d. 

Montalba, Clara, " The Interior of a Cathedral," 25 x 18 (Carroll), jQ'i 13s. 6d. 

Pilsbury, Wilmot, " Stokesay Castle," 105 x i6i (Batsford), £6 6s. 

Pilsbury, Wilmot, " The Villager Sits at her Cottage Door," 10 x 14^ (Sampson), 
^12 IS. 6d. 

Prout, S., " The Interior of a Cathedral," loj x yi (Leggatt), £2 3s. 

Prout, S., " Canal Scene, Venice," SJ x 7 (Sampson), £.y 17s. 6d 

Sherrin, J., "Apples and Plums," iif x i6i (Howard^, ^714 14s. 

Stannard, Sylvester, " Old Watermill at Harlington, Bedfordshire," 13! X 24J 
(Misell). ^"4 4s. 

Swanwick, H., " Rue el Halfaouine, Tunis," 10 X 6| (Leggatt), ^£^4 14s. 6d. 

Swanwick, H., 1905, " Castletown, Isle of Man," 5f x 9I (Mitchell), £6 6s. 

Swanwick, H., 1905, " Mending Nets, Conway." 6f x 91 (Bowden), £^ 15s. 6d. 

Swanwick, H., 1905, " The Village of Netherton, Devon," 7 x 10 (Bowden), 
£7 17s. 6d. 

Swanwick, H., 1905, " The Valley of Mapledurham," 6^X95 (Vane), ;^s 53. 

Wainewright, T. F., 1874, " Cattle in a River : Morning," 6f X 12 (Misell), 
£3 13s- 6d. 

Watson, W. R. C, 1907, " Brai Tor, Dartmouth," and " High Down, Dart- 
moor," a pair, 9 x 12 (Bowden), £n 14s. 

Wilson, C. E., 1907, " The Trysting-Place," 20J X 141 (.\mor), ;^3i 10s. 

Wilson, C. E., "The Milkmaid," loj X7j (Amor), ^16 :6s. 

Wimperis, E. M., " A Rocky Stream," 12 x 19 (Cooling), £y 7s. 

Wimperis, E. M., " Near Slindon," iij x 20 (Cross & Phillips), £6 i6s. 6d. 

Wimperis, E. M., " .\ Waterfall," igj x 135 (Turner), £6 16s. 6d. 

Wimperis, E. M., " Near Arundel," 14 X 19 (Cross & Phillips), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 

Wimperis, E. M., " A Lane near .Arundel," iij x i8j (Cooling), £6 6s. 

Wimperis, E. M., " Near Christchurch," 93 x 131 (Tilt), £^ 4s. 

Wimperis, E. M., " Amberley," 13^ x 205 (Covington), £^ 4s. 

Wimperis, E. M., " Aysgarth," 9J X 13I (Turner), £2 13s. 6d. 

Wimperis, E. M., " Near Amberley, Sussex, gi x 13J (Cooling), £^ 4s. 



PICTURES. 

Andreotti, F., " The Intercepted Letter," 285 x 23 (Misell), ;£'6i iqs. 

Andreotti, F., " The Reconciliation," 38J x 24J (Misell), £S^. 

Baker, T., " On the Wye," 12^ x iS^ (Cox), j£:2i. 

Barker, Wright, " A Stern Chase," 34J x 44 (Sampson"), ;£^23 2s. 

Bortignoni, G., 1900, " Whispers," 16 X 20J (Sampson), £S 8s. 

Branwhite, C, 1843, " A View of Clifton," 30 x 55 (Smith), £g 9s. 

Br^anski, A. De, " Evening in the North of .Scotland," 30 x 50 (Sampson), 

;£;i5 4s. 6d. 
Br^anski, A. De, " The Western Highlands," 30 x 50 (Misell), £1^ 155. 
Br^anski, A. De, " The Beetle and Wedge, Moulsford Ferry," 23J x jg 

(Barnard), £7 17s. fid. 
Bryansk!, A. De, " Loch Awe," 23I x 353r (Sampson), £S 8s. 
Caffieri, H., " In the Woods," 31^ x 50 (Sampson), £7 7s. 
Cardon, C, " Walton-on-Thames," 19 x 295 (Sampson), £5 5s. 
Cole, Vicat, R.A., "Sheep on a Cliff," 115 x 175 (Cox), £^ 5=. 
Coleman, W. S., 1902, " The Story-Book," 23^ x 355 (Cooling), £^1 los. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1876, " On a Dairy Farm," 475 x 71^ (Misell), ;^i47. 
Cooper, T. .S., R.A., 1865, " A Summer Afternoon," 30 x 41 (Lister), £168. 



April 25, 1908. 159 

Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1881, " Calves in Canterbury Meadows," gi x I3i (Misell), 

Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1878, " A Lazy Afternoon," loj x 14J (Lister), £27 6s. 

Couver, J. Van, " Uitgeest, Holland," igi x 29J (Smith), £S 8s. 

Couver, J. Van, " Alkmaar, Holland," igi X 29J (Smith), £6 6s 

Crofts, E., R..A., 1906, " Dawn, near La Belle .Alliance, June i8th, 1815," 

18 X 28J (West\ ./Tgg 15s. 
Crofts, E., R.A., 1904, " On the March," i3i x 21 (Misell), ;£'so 8s. 
Earl, G., " Unbroken," " Half Broken," and " Perfect," set of three, 54 x 2oi 

each (Sampson), £g gs. 
Ferguson, D., " The Sun has Closed the Winter Day," 40 X 30 (Shepherd), 

£17 17s. 
Gallon, R., " Old Mill, Tan-y-BwIch, Capel Curig," 23 x 39 (Smith), £zi os. 6d. 
Glendening, A. A., " Arundel," 29 x 50 (Mitchell), ;^i2 12s. 
Glendening, A. A., 1903, " IfHey-on-Thames," 17^ x 31J (Vokins), £g 9s 
Glendening, A. A.. 1906, " Streatley-on-Thames," iij x 21J (Hobbs), £6 6s. 
Grimshaw, Atkinson, 1883, " Whitby : After rain, Evening," 19 x 29^ (Sampson), 

Hale, E. Matthew, 1899, " Sea Nymphs," 35^ X 60 (Sampson), £g 9s. 

Hardy, Heywood, 1907, " .^t the Anglers' Inn, 10 x 17 (Misell), ;i£^22 is. 

Hardy, Heywood, " The Halt for Refreshment," 10 x 14 (Misell), ;^22 is. 

Hemsley, W., " A Welcome Visitor," 15 x 12^ (Mitchell), £s 5s. 

Hill, J. J., i860, " The Gleaner," 21 x isi (Mitchell), £2 3s. 

Hillingford, R., " The Vendetta," 15^ x 22^ (Cooling), ^10 los. 

Hoesslin, G. Von, " Art," 44 X 26I (Sampson), £2 3s. 

Hooper, J. Horace, " At Eventide," 23J x 41^ (Smith), ;^io los. 

Hooper, J. Horace, " A Quiet Evening," 23 x 41 (Lister), £6 6s. 

Hulme, F. W., 1876, " Pandy Mill," 19I x 29J (Mitchell), £5 5s. 

Jones, Charles, 1871, " The Day before the Fair, Hungerford, Berks," 21J x 43! 

(Misell), ;^5i gs. 
King, Yeend, " Summer," 40 X 30 (Vane), £2^ los. 

King, Yeend, " The Cluny, near Braemar," 23 x 35! (Misell), ;^i8 7s. 6d. 
King, " Yeend, " The Bailiff's Cottage," 23 x 175 (Lister), ;£^I2 is. 6d. 
King, Yeend, " Furze-Gatherers," 13I X 20^ (Longley), £7 17s. 6d. 
Leader, B. W., R..A., 1906, " Evening : Worcestershire," 195 x 29^ (Misell), 

^98 14s. 
Leader, B. W., R.A., 1906, " The Thames at Shillingford," 12 x 16J (Misell), 

£38 17s. 
Leader, B. W., R.A., 1906, " On the River Thame, near Dorchester," 12 x 

i6i (Evans), j^39 i8s. 
Lewin, S., 1907, " An Old Soldier," 235 x 315 (Amor), .^25 4s. 
Lomax, J. A., " When a Man's Single, He Lives at his Ease," 135 x la 
(Mitchell), ;^i7 17s. 

McFarlane, J., " By the Loch Side," 39I x 295 (Smith), ;^ii iis. 

Mauve, A., " A Haymaker," on panel, ijj x 9I (Carey), £2 13s. 6d. 

Mauve, A., " A Black and White Cow," 12 x 155 (Carroll), £6 6s. 

Mauve, A., "A Young Bull," 93 X13J (Sampson), £^ 5s. 

Moore, H., R.A., 1874, " A Wreck on the Coast of Cumberland," iif x 2ii 
(Mitchell), ;^i3 13s. 

Morgan, J., " Going a Message," 175 x 13J (Evans), £8 8s. 

Niemann, E. J. 1858, " The Nearest Way Home," 13 x 19 (Lister), £i 5s. 

Oliver, W., " Confidences," 40 x 30 (Sampson), ;£ri8 i8s. 

Oliver, W., " Secrets," 405 x 24 (Sampson), £13 15s. 



i6o ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Oliver, W., 1884, " Dorothy's First Sitting," 27J x 355 (Sampson), £^ 14s. 6d. 

Oliver, W., " The Love-Letter," 3Si X 27^ (Sampson), £6 6s. 

Oliver, W., " Startled," 30 X 20 (Sampson), £6 i6s. 6d. 

Oliver, W., " Day-Dreams," 35^ X 27J (Sampson), ;£:2i. 

Oliver, W., 1887, " Fresh-Gathered Roses," 35^ x 27 (Sampson), £g 9s. 

Oliver, W., " Fresh Fish," 35^ X 27J (Sampson), ;£ri2 12s. 

Parton, Ernest, "Autumn," 35^ X 25 (Carey), ^"ii lis 

Parton, Ernest, "A View in Kent," 35^ X 25 (Cooling), ;£:ii os. 6d. 

Parton, Ernest, " The End of the Lake," 30 x 20 (Cooling), £6 6s. 

Pyne, J. B., 1868, " Dover Castle," 23^ X 33! (Misell), ;£;26 53. 

Pyne, J. B., 1841, " In Stapleton Glen, near Bristol," 11 x lyi (Bernstein), 

£2S 78. 
Rossi, A. M., " Don't Shake," 35^ x 27! (Sampson), £5 5s. 
Santoro, R. "A Fringe of Venice," 16 X iij (Evans), ;^I7 17s. 
Semenowsky, E., " The Departure for the F6te," 2oi x 35J (Misell), ;£;22 is. 
Semenowsky, E., " The Necklace " and " Cherry-Time," a pair, 33I x 105 

(Misell)', :,£:28 7s 
Semenowsky, E., " Ready for the F6te " and " Flowers of the Field," a pair, 

33J X loj (Misell), £.36 15s. 
Semenowsky, E., "Spring-Time," 33J x lo^ (Mitchell), ;^ii iis. 
Semenowsky, E., " Covetousness," loj x 335 (Longley), ;£ri6 :6s. 
Shalders, G., 1850, " Views in North Wales," a pair, 17 X 13I (Cox), ;^37 i6s. 
Steelink, W., " Watching the Flock," 44 x 34J (Gooden and Fox), ;^37 i6s. 
Stuart, C, " The Banks of Loch Lomond," 30 x 50 (Misell), ^^27 6s. 
Topham, F. W. W., 1876, " Playing at Bowls," 13J X igi (Cooling), £6 6s. 
Vickers, A., 1837, " Shipping, off the Coast," 15 X 25^ (Serencr), £13 13s. 
Vickers, A., 1864, " On the Coast of the Isle of Wight," 81 x isJ (Mitchell), 

Vickers, A., " Dovedale, Derbyshire," 8^ x iij (Mitchell), £5 15s. 6d. 
Walbourn, E., " Capel Curig, North Wales," 23 x 353 (Mitchell), ;^ii os. 6d. 
Wane, R., " A Heaving Sea," 30 x 50 (Sampson), p£?4 4s. 
Warren, E. G., " A Surrey Landscape," 28 x 43 (Sampson), ^'5 153. 6d. 
Watson, J. D., 1878, " Introduced to School," 36 x 48 (Sampson), ;^i3 13s. 
Watson, R., 1904, " On the Road to Market," 35^ x 27s (Evans), £13 13s. 
Watson, R., 1904, " Evening in the Glen," 35! x 27J (Smith), ;^i6 i6s. 

(Shepherd), ;£^iio ss. 
Watson, W., 1907, " By Highland Stream, Glen Orchy, Argyllshire," 40 x 60 
Watson, W., 1907, " Morning Gleams, Loch Eilt, Inverness-shire," 23 x 35i 

(Misell), £73 los. 
Watson, W., 1907, " Wanderers, Glen Treig, Inverness-shire," 23J x 35! 

(Misell), ;^69 6s. 
Watson, W. J , 1900, " In the Ogwen Valley, North Wales," 15! x 2Si 

(Mitchell), £13 13s. 
Watson, W. J., 1907, " Llyn Ogwen, North Wales," 15^ x 25 (Mitchell), 

£13 I2S. 6d. 
Weiland, J., "The New Gown," 3ii x 26J (Misell), ;^s8 16s. 
Zampighi, E., " Grandfather's Pet," 21^ x 30 (Bernstein), ^39 i8s. 



April 27, 1908. i6i 



April 27, 1908 (Second Day's Sale). 

DRAWINGS. 

Affleck, W., " Going to Market," 14J x loj (Evans), ;fc6 6s. 
Aldridge, F. J., " Katwyck, Holland " and " A Coast Scene," by E. Richard- 
son, 1863 (Drake), ^3 3s. 
Bardill, 1905, R. W., " Houghton, Huntingdon," 12 x i8| (Evans), £1 155. 
Bardill, R. W., :90s, " Willows, Hemingford Grey," iij x igi (Vane), £1 ids. 
Bardill, R. W., 1905, " Houghton Mill, Huntingdon " and " At Hemingford 

Grey " (Hill), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Bardill, R. W., 1905, " Farmyard, Hemingford Grey " and " Backwater on the 

Ouse at Houghton " (Vane), £1 12s. 
Bardill, R. W. 1905, " Hemingford Mill " and " On the Avon, near Stratford " 

(Wolff), £2 ss. 
Bardill, R. W., 1905, " The Ouse, near St. Ives " and " Willows, Hemingford 

Grey " (Cooling), £2 5s. 
Beach, E. G., 1904, " Loading Up," 134 x 19J (Cooling), £^ los. 
Beach, E. G., 1904, " Ewell Minins, near Dover," 13^ x 20 (Cooling), £2 10s. 
Beach, E. G., 1904, " New Pastures," 12 x 17J (Wolff), £3 15s. 
Bingley, J. G., " Gathering Wild Flowers " and " The Edge of the Wood " 

(Eyies), £2 15s. 
Coleman, W. S., " Spring-Time," 6| x gf (Cooling), £2 los. 
Collier, T. F., 1880. " Pineapple and Damsons," loj x 1$ (Cooling), £2 los. 
Cook, W., " Near the Lizard," g x ig (Sampson), £2. 
Cook, W., 1882, " On the Coast of Devon " (Sampson), £l^. 
Cook, W., " River Scene," loj x isJ (Money), £2 ss. 

Cooper, T. G., 1888, " Three Cows by a River," 95 X 15 (Evans), £4 los. 
Couver, J. Van, " Near Dort," 14^ x 21J (Sampson), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Couver, J. Van, " On the Maas," 14^ x 21 (Blaine), ^5. 
Dollond, W. A., " Offerings," 20 x 135 (Sampson), £g igs. 6d. 
Dollond, W. .A., " A Corner of the Garden," 15J x gi (Evans), ^10 :os. 
Dollond, W. .A., " Watching the Goldfish," isJ x lof (Sampson), £8 8s. 
Dollond, W. A., " Fresh Gathered," 17^ x 7f (Evans), ;£j'u iis. 
Enock, A. H., " In the Vale of Clywd," 13^ x 19J (Eyles), £j 13s. 6d. 
Fraser, R. W., 1899, " On the Lark," iij x 2ii (Evans), £-i 13s. 6d. 
Fraser, R. W., 1893, " Near Weybridge," 11 x igi (Cooling), ;^3 3s. 
Fraser, R. W., " A River Scene : Suffolk," 8 x 19 (Hill), £3 los. 
Fullwood, J., " Near Pulborough," 13J x 20 (Evans), ^3 13s. 6d. 
Garden, Anna, 1882, " Gathering Wild Flowers," 13^ x 20J (Sampson), £^ 4s. 
Goodman, R., " Hayling Island," 9 x 13 (I.ongley), £2. 
Green, Towneley, 1881, " The Fruit-Seller," loj x 7J (Evans), £3 3s. 
Green, Towneley, 1881, " The Young Housekeeper," 8i x si (Cooling), £2 5s. 
Hankey, W. Lee, 1898, " In the Apple-Orchard," 14 x SJ (Sampson), ;^5. 
Hough, W., " A Dead Plover," 10 x 135 (Mitchell), £3 3s. 
Hough, W., " Raspberries," 8 x I2i (Mitchell), £6 6s. 
Jacquet, C, " A Dutch Canal," :oJ x 14^ (unknown), £2 8s. 
Jacquet, C, " In the Meadows " and " The Mill-Stream " (Howard), ,^3 13s. 6d. 
Kirkpatrick, J., " Driving Geese," 6f x 9I (Lister), £:i 13s. 6d. 
Levorati, E., " A Venetian Girl," 12 x SJ (Blaine), £2 2s. 
Lloyd, Stuart, 1906, " Canterbury from the River," 30 x igi (Blaine), 

;^ii OS. 6d. 



i62 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Lloyd, Stuart, " At the Pier Head," 19^ x 3S5 (Blaine), ;^i3 2S. 6d. 

Lloyd, Stuart, IQ05, " Bexhill, Sussex," 7! x 24 (Mitchell), £y 7s. 

Lloyd, Stuart, 1901, " Calbourne, Isle of Wight," 19J x 14 (Turner), £6 6s. 

Lloyd, Stuart, 1904, " Chichester," iij X 9 (Mitchell), £n 4s. 

Lundgren, E., " Head of an Italian Girl," i:J x 8J (Misell, jun.), £1 53. 

Mackay, T., 1900, " In the Fields, Gresford," 10 x 14 (Stafford Gal), £;i 13s. 6d. 

Macpherson, J., " A View near Boulogne " and " A Hot Afternoon (Hill), 

£3 13s- 6d. 
Mason, F. H., " The Church of the Gesuan, Venice," 17J x 3SJ (Blaine), 

£^5 15s- 
Mason, F. H., " A Wreck, Bamborough Castle," 15 x 21 (Evans), £y 17s. 6d. 
Mason, F. H., " Off Harwich," 12 x 20 (Evans), £7 7s. 
Mason, F. H., " The Giudecca, Venice," SJ x lof (Evans), £n 4s. 
Mason, F. H., " A Cloudy Day," 6 x 12J (Amor), £S 8s. 
Mason, F. H., " Leaving Port," gf x 12^ (Tilt), £3 13s. 6d. 
Mason, F. H., "Venice," 55 X iif (Tilt), £4 14s. 6d. 
Mason, F. H., " Off Calais," si X 12 (Tilt), £z 13s. 6d. 
Mogford, J., " Bude Breakwater," 10 X 14? (Evans), £1 153. 
Nittis, J. de, 1869, " Entering the Portal," 13 X S{ (Sampson), £2 :os. 
Orrock, J., 1884, " Hoveringham Ferry, Notts," gf x 135 (Sampson), £6 6». 
Oyston, G., " On the Colne, Sudbury " and " On Paignton Sands, Devon," n 

pair, g\ X 20^ (Hill), ;^s 5s. 
Penstone, E., 1895, " Headcorn, Kent," 10 x 14 (Howard), £$ 15s. 6d. 
Riccardi, N., " In the Cellar," 22 x 17J (Drake), £4 4s. 

Roberts, H., 1901, " Music hath Charms," 21J x 143 (Upperton), £2 I2S. 6d. 
Rowbotham, C. S., " Sfreatley Mill," 7I x 19 (Amor), £2 12s. 6d. 
Sigmund, B. D., " Gathering Flowers," 10 X 14 (Sampson), £6 6s. 
Sigmund, B. D., " The Home Meadow," 10 X 14 (Lister), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Smith, Morgan, " Beverley Minster," 14 x 10 (Drake), £1 los. 
Smith, Noel, " Near Lyndhurst, Hants," 10 x 13! (Tilt), £8 i8s. 6d. 
Smith, Noel, " Christchurch, Hants," 7 x 12 (Wolff), £1 15s. 
Stannard, Sylvester, " The Old Farm," 95 x 13 (Howard), £^ 5s. 
Steeple, J., " On the Rother," 13! x 19I (Vane), £2 12s. 6d. 
Steer, H. R., "A Bacchante" and "Head of a Girl," by R. Fowler (Lister). 

£^ 14s. 6d. 
Stormont, H. G., " New-Mown Hay," 9 x 135 (Cooling), £2 3s. 
Stuart, E., " The North Bay, Scarborough," 10 X 293 (Boyle), £y 17s. 6d. 
Swanwick, H., 1905, "Evening: Isle of Man," 7^ x lof (Blaine), j£^ii i:s. 
Sykes, H., " Evening on the Norfolk Broads " and " Near Conway, North 

Wales," by E. Morgan Smith (Misell), ;^3 3s. 
Tayler, F., " Spaniel and Wild Duck," 6 x 95 (Sampson), £j is. 
Wimperis, E. M., " Near Slindon," 6j x 14 (Denman), £6 6s. 
Wimperis, E. M., " Near Pulborough " and " Bury Ferry " (Cooling), £2 2s. 
Wimperis, E. M., " The Road by the River," 13 x 18J (Cooling), ;^5 53. 
Wimperis, E. M., " A Ford " and " The Edge of a Wood " (Cooling), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 
Wimperis, E. M., "The Forge, Houghton" and "On the Dart" (Cooling), 

£7 7S. 
Wimperis, E. M., " An Old Stone Bridge," " A Mountain Pass," and " A 

Woody Stream " (Ryder), ;^ii os. 6d. 
Zezzos, A., " Head of a Venetian Girl," 13 X g (Misell), £1 is. 



April 27, 1908. 163 



PICTURES. 

Beavis, R., " A Windy Day," 8| x 17J (Turner), £^ 14s. 6d. 

Breakspeare, VV. A., " Gretchen," 10 x 7 (Sampson), £4 4s. 

Cardon, C, " Twilight," 13J x 17^ (Evans), ^^5 55. 

Cecchi, A., " A New Story," 12 x 84 (Misell), £S 8s. 

Constable, J., R.A., "Landscape" and "A Coast Scene" (Pickering), 

£5 15s- 6d. 
Cooper, T. S., R..A., " Study of a Cow " and " A Sheep " (Drake), £2 13s. 6d. 
Cooper, T. S., R..A., " A View near the Coast," 7I x 12J (Cooling), £2 3s. 
Couver, J., Van, " On the Maas " and " Near Dort," a pair, 74 x iii 

(Sampson), £6 6s. 
Couver, J. Van, " On the Maas " and " The Miller's Home," a pair, -J x 115 

(Stafford>, £s 15s. 6d. 
Croegaert, G., " Chrysanthemums," i2j x 9 (Sampson), £1 is. 
Croegaert, G., " Feeding the Birds : Winter," gl X 8| (I.ongley), £i 14s. 6d. 
Cull, J. A., " An Early Visitor," 25^ X ii| (Wolff), £2 12s. 6d. 
Duke, A., 1903, " Left in Charge," igj X 13! (Blaine), £g 9s. 
Ebersbach, J. D., "Winter-Time," 12 x gj (Wolff), £1 ns. 6d. 
Emms, J., " Dewdrop " and " Skilful," 15^ X 2ii (Marks), ;^s 55. 
Fletcher, Blandford, " Near Hadbury, Worcestershire," 8 x 125 (Cooling), 

£4 4s • 

Garland, V. T., "Somebody's Luggage," iij x 7I (Sampson), £1 los. 

Garland, V. T., "Well Caught," 7^ x iil (Eyies), £y 17s. 6d. 

Gilbert, A., 1867, " Landscape," 95 x 12J (Mitchell), £6 6s. 

Glendening, A. A., igo6, " Near Dorking, Surrey," 11 x 19 (Howard), £6 6s. 

Glendening, A. A., 1905, " Near Weybridge," 11 x 19 (Howard), £6 i6s. 6d. 

Grust, T., " Summer," 21 x 17! (Sampson), £1 is. 

Haaxman, P., " The Promenade," on panel, 85 x s| (Misell), £1 its. 6d. 

Hamilton, J. McClure, 1881, " A Passing Cloud," 7I x 41 (Mitchell), £5 55. 

Herring, J. F., sen., " Cattle, Pigs and Poultry," 71 x 55 (Blaine), £^ 15s. 6d. 

Hill, J. J., " The Gleaner," on panel, 12 x 93 (Sampson), ;^5 5s. 

Hough, W., " Grapes and Peaches," 131 x igi (Wolff), £ii 14s. 6d. 

Kemmendy, E., " Spring Dreams," 6f x 3I (Baner), £^ 13s. 6d. 

Kilburne, G. G., i8g2, " Caught in a Shower," 5x7 (liowdenl, £^ 15s. 6d. 

Koekkoek, H. W., " A Highlander," 10 by S\ (Cooling), £2 12s. 6d. 

Leighton, E. Blair, " A Poser," 2| x 8? (Cooling), £6 6s. 

Lowcock, C. F., " Dolce far Niente," 175 x 8, Royal Academy, i8g6 (Samp- 
son), £2 2S. 

Massani, P., " The Duet," 12 x 91 (Sampson), £2 2s. 

Mauve, A., " A Brown and White Cow," lof x 135 (Sampson), £^ 4s. 

Mauve, A., " A Cow in a Pasture," loj x 145 (Sampson), £^ 4s. 

Mauve, A. " A Black and White Cow," gj x 133 (Sampson), £2 2S. 

Millar, J. H. C, " Treyarnon Bay," iij x 15^ (Sampson), £2 2S. 

Oakes, J. W., A.R..A., " Great Ormes Head," SJ x loj (Shepherd), £y 17s. 6d. 

Oliver, W., " The Favourite," 293 x 19 (Sampson), ;£^I5 4s. 6d. 

Oliver W., " .\ Sweet Rose," agj x 195 (Sampsonl, ^13 2s. 6d. 

Oliver, W., " The Signal," 293 x 193 (Howard), ;/Ji8 18s. 

Oliver, W., " A Deep Thought," on panel, 18 x 9 (Misell), £4 4s. 

Oliver, W., " A Girl," with a basket of flowers, 23 x 17 (Sampson), £^ 3s. 

Oliver, W., " The Lesson," ig x isJ (M. Joseph, jun.), £y ys. 

Parton, Ernest, " In the Berkshire Meadows," 16 X 23 (Smith), £6 i6s. 6d. 

Parton, Ernest, " A Summer Morning," 23^ x 19J (Howard), ;^7 7s. 



i64 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Peel, J., " Near Lynchmere, Hants," 15 x 2Si (Sampson), ;£rio los. 

Pettie, J., R.A., " The Chorister," 8x7 (Cooling), ;£,"3 3s. 

Prindelberger, S., " Among the Poppies," on panel, loi x 13! (Sampson), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 
Pritchett, E., " Venice," iii X 17! (Howard), £.n 14s. 6d. 
Rhys, Oliver, " Sweet Harmony," 36 X 30 (Cooling), ^6 6s. 
Rhys, Oliver, " The Village Musician," 35i x 274 (Howard), £g 19s. 6d. 
Rhys, Oliver, " Play-Time," 23 x 3Si (Misell), £^ 4s. 
Ruben, F., 1888, " Fisher-Boys, Venice," ig x 27 (Sampson), £1 los. 
Santoro, R., " Canal Scene, Venice," 12^ x 8J (Howard), £g 19s. 6d. 
Santoro, R., " A Street in Capri," 9J x 7J {Mitchell), £3 3s. 
Semenowsky, E., 1895, " Cherries " and " Spring-Time," a pair, 15J x 9J 

(Sampson), ;^i8 18s. 
Semenowsky, E., " At the Battle of Flowers," 21J x 14J (Howard), ;£i8 i8s. 
Semenowsky, E., " At the Carnival," on panel. 12^ x 9 (Misell), £5 15s. 6d. 
Semenowsky, E., " Chrysanthemums," on panel, 13^ x lOi (Wolff), £g gs. 
Sherrin, D., " Surrey Pines," 193 X 29J (Howard), £S i8s. 6d. 
Thors, J., " Old Cottages, Haywards Heath," iij x I7i (Mitchell), ;^3 3s. 
Tobler, V., 1886, " Head of a Girl," on panel, 8x6 (Cooling), ^3 3s. 
Unterberger, F. R., " An Italian Village," on panel, 11 J x 15 (Evans), £iy 17s. 
Vernon, E., "The Letter," 23^ x 19 (Misell), £g gs. 
Vincent, G., " Landscape," 6x8 (Sampson), £1 los. 
Watson, R., 1904, " At the Foot of the Hills," 23 x 3Si (I.ongley), ;£;2i. 
Watson, R., 1904, " Morning," 17 X 29 (Ganer), ^8 8s. 
Watson, R., 1905, " A Cooling Draught, ig^ X 2gJ (Ganer), ;^io los. 
Watson, R., " Evening," 18J x 29 (Howard), £S :8s. 6d. 
Watts, F. W., " Near Lynton, North Devon," iij x 174 (Collings), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 
Weber, Otto, " The Dairy Farm," 12J x 18 (Misell), ;^s 53. 
Weber, Otto, " Cattle on the Banks of a River," iij x 16 (Sampson), 

£7 17s- 6d. 
Weekes, W., "The Culprit," 11 x 7^ (Sampson), £7 ys. 
Williams, A. W., 1S94, " Llyn Cwyldd, North Wales " and " Langdale 

Pikes," a pair, 15J X 23J (M. Joseph, jun.), ;^io los. 
Williams, Edwin, " Sampling Corn," 19 X 234 (Mitchell), ^"14 3s. 6d 



April 28, 1908. 165 



April 28. Collection of prints and drawings of Joseph 
Grego, Esq. (deceased), late of 23, Granville Square, W.C. 

F. BARTOLOZZI, R.A. 

UNFRAMED. 

"Contemplation," after Cipriani, proof and print; "Vigilance," "Attention" 

and others after the same, in red and bistre (Parker), ;^3 3s. 
" Serenity," " Attention " and " Vigilance," after the same, printed in colours 

(Gironimo), £1 iss. 
" Psyche going to bathe " and the " Companion," after Cipriani, printed in 

colours (Brail), £1 is. 
"A Sacrifice to Cupid" and the "Companion," after Cipriani; "Sculpture 

and Music," after the same, and three others, all printed in colours 

(Cox), ;^I0. 
"Venus attired by the Graces" and the "Companion," after Cipriani; "The 

Graces," after the same, proof and print, and two others (Yeulett), £1 55. 
" Prudence and Beauty " and the " Companion," after Cipriani, and others 

after the same (Yeulett), ;^i los. 
" A Sacrifice to Hymen " and " Venus in her Chariot," after Cipriani, in red, 

framed (Jacobson), £2 7s. 6d. 
" Prudence and Beauty " and " Fortune," after Cipriani, printed in colours, 

framed (Maggs), £2 los. 
" Cupid and Psyche," " Bacchanals " and two others, after Lady D. Beauclerc 

(Davis), £2 2s. 
" Classical Friezes," after Cipriani, a set of four, in colours, and the etchings 

(Brail), £1 los. 
" Allegorical Friezes," after Cipriani, a set of five, printed in colours, and one 

other (Leggatt), ^^18. 
" Illustrations to the Vicar of Wakefield," after Ramberg, a pair, printed in 

colours (Maggs), £6 155. 
" Telemachus and Mentor" and "Cornelia," after A. Kauffman ; and one after 

Fuseli, printed in colours (Arthurton), ;^ii. 
"Beauty," after Cipriani, and a drawing of the subject; "Hebe," after A. 

Kauffman, in red, and two others (Parsons), £2. 
" Venus attired by the Graces," after A. Kauffman, printed in colours 

(Rimell), £^. 
" A Visit to the Astrologer," after J. R. Smith, printed in colours (Sabin), 

^'3 3s- 
" Countess Cowper," after Hamilton, " Mildness and Simplicity," printed in 

colours, and two others (Parsons), £6. 
" The Orange Girl," after Benwell, proof before letters, in red, and the 

French copy, in colours (I.auser), £2 3s. 
" A St. James Beauty and St. Giles Beauty," after Benwell, in bistre, and the 

etchings, in red (I.auser), ^5 5s. 
" Winter," after F. Wheatley, R.A. (Yeulett), £1. 
The same, printed in colours (Weil), £6 i6s. 6d 
" Spring," " Summer," " .Autumn " and " Winter," after Wheatley and 

Westall (Bihn), £4 4s. 
" Summer," after Wheatley, " Spring," after Westall, proofs (Sabin), £2 3s. 



i66 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



CHILDREN SUBJECTS. 

" Navigation and Natural Philosophy," by Legoux, " The Pastoral Boy," after 

Harding, and others (Bihn), £:i los. 
" Innocent Play," by P. W. Tomkins, " The Breaking up " and others, after 

W. Hamilton (Agnew), ;^S los. 
" Playing at Marbles," proof, in bistre, and " Bob-Cherry," after Hamilton, 

by Bartolozzi (Maggs), £4 4s. 
" Blowing Soap-Bubbles " and " How Smooth, Brother " after Hamilton, and 

" The Tug of War," proof (Davis), £^ 4s. 
" The Scholar Rewarded," " The Dunce Disgraced," " Buflet the Bear " and 

" The Fifth of November," after Stothard, by Knight (Powell), £$. 
Ihree of the same subjects, and "Children Feeding Chickens," after 

Hamilton (Tregaskis), j^^. 
" Peg-Top," " Bob-Cherry," " Playing at Marbles," etc., after W. Hamilton, 

printed in colours (Bourke), £6 15s. 
" Feeding Chickens," after Hamilton, by Delattre, and others, printed in 

colours (Bihn), £2 153. 
" The Ball " and " The Pin-Cushion," by W. Nutter, printed in colours 

(Brail), £1 los. 
" Childish Sports," after Mrs. Trewineau, by Freeman, printed in colours 

(Sabin), £6 los. 
" Battledore and Shuttlecock," after Hamilton, by Burney, and two others, 

printed in colours (Mrs. Frankan), ^4. 
" The Fair," after Wheatley," by Bartolozzi, printed in colours (Rimell), £2 2s. 
" The Contented Girl " and " Disappointed Boy," by T. Simpson, " The 

Wreath " and " The Wily Boy," by Gardiner (Parker), £1 15s. 
" Nice Supper," " Hark ! the Dinner Bell," and two others, by M. Bovi and 

J. Cond4 (Bihn), £1 los. 
" St. John," by W. Gardiner, printed in colours. The same, in bistre, ete. 

(Jacobson), £2 2S. 
" A Visit to Chloe," by Gaugain, " The Nurse," " The Flower-girl," by 

Tomkins, printed in colours, framed (Ellis & Smith), ;^3 153. 
" Going to School," after Stothard, by Mannin, printed in colours, on satin 

(Sabin), £7 5s. 
" Sportive Innocence " and " Children with Cherries," after Hamilton, by 

Bartolozzi, printed in colours (Mrs. Frankan), £2. 
" The Turkey Cock," after Wheatley, by Delattre, " Sportive Innocenec," after 

Hamilton, and two others (Jacobson), £;^ ys. 
" Trap Ball " and " Children Swinging," after Hamilton, by Bartolozzi, proofs 

before letters, in bistre (Byrne), ;^u os. 6d. 
" Winter's Amusement " and " Children and Geese, after the same, by 

Gaugain and Orme (Walters), £.^ 14s. 6d. 
" Peg-top," after the same, by Bartolozzi, proof before letters, in red, " Children 

feeding Chickens," after the same, and another (Davis), £2 

W. WARD AND J. R. SMITH. 

" Louisa Mildmay " and " Lucy of I.einster," by W. Ward, in bistre (Ellis ^k 

Smith), ;^39 i8s. 
" Louisa Mildmay," by W. Ward, and " Mrs. Wheatley," by R. Stanier, 

printed in colours (Weil), £3 12s. 6d. 



April 28, 1908. 167 

" Thoughts on a Single Life," by and after J. R. Smith, printed in colours, 

and another (Sabin), ^£^54 12s. 
" Louisa," and " Thoughts on Matrimony," by W. Ward (Davis), £1^ 3s. 6d. 
" Temptation " and " Reflection," after Ramberg, by W. Ward (Davis), 

£iS 4s. 6d. 
" The Witty Dorinda " and " Frail Kitty," printed in colours and another 

(Hall^), £h J4S- 
The same subjects, in bistre, " The Witty Dorinda," by T. Harmer, proof, 

and " Black," " Brown " and " Fair," by J. R. Smith (Rimell), ;^22 is. 
" A Lady Seated," by and after J. R. Smith, printed in colours (W. Sabin), 

£21- 
" The Choice," in bistre, and " The Cyprian Votary," by W. Ward, framed 

(Agnew), £17 17s. 
" The Cyprian Votary " and " Lady with Muff," printed in colours, ditto 

(Weii), ^11 IIS. 
" Louisa " and " Hesitation " by W. Ward, printed in colours, framed (Weil), 

" Belisa," by J. R. Smith, uncut margin, " Temptation," by W. Ward, and 

" Morning " (Agnew), ^13 13s. 
" Les Deux Amis," by and after J. R. Smith, and " The Delightful Story " 

(Geoffrey), £"4 15s. 
" The Soldier's Farewell," by and after J. R. Smith, in bistre (Walters), £6. 
" A Wife," by and after J. R. Smith, open letter proof (Leggatt), £24 3s. 
" A Widow," by and after J. R. Smith, printed in colours, framed (Weil), 

j£;i2 I2S. 

" Expectation," after Bunbury, by J. R. Smith, printed in colours, and " An 
Evening Walk," by the same, in red, framed (Lyndon), ;^3 3s. 

" Fair Phoebe " and " Phyllis always strives to Please," by T. Harman, 
printed in colours, framed, £^ 13s. 6d. 



FANCY SUBJECTS IN STIPPLE. 

The Seasons," after Adam Buck, by Freeman and Stadler, a set of four, in 

colours (Lewis & Son), £6 16s. 6d. 
My dear little Shock," " Tamborine " and others, after Adam Buck, printed 

in colours (Lewis & Son), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 
Caledonia in a Reel," " Cambria in a Country Dance " and two others, 

after Adam Buck, in colours (Lewis & Son), ;^I2 is. 6d. 
Tenderness," after Corbould, by R. Cooper, and others, printed in colours 

(Parsons), £6. 
.An Irish Volunteer " and others, after Stothard, in colours (Tregaskis), 

£11 IIS. 

Susan's Farewell " and " Modern Graces," after Stothard, circles, printed 

in colours (Sabin), ;/^i6 i6s. 
Fancy Subjects," after Stothard, circles, printed in colours (Tregaskis), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 
Celadon and Celia," after Wheatley, by P. Simon, and " Rosina," alter 

Stothard (Sabin), £5 153. 6d. 
Woman of the Lime Trees," after Ryley, proof, " The Flower Girl," by 

C. White, etc. (Powell), £6 i6s. 6d. 
The Westminster Volunteers," after Porter, by M. Place, a pair, printed in 

colours (Brail), ^3 3s. 



i68 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

"The Landlord's Family" and "Tenant's Family," after Stothard, by C. 

Knight, a pair, printed in colours (Tregaskis), £,-^ 7s. 
" Noon," after Hamilton, by Delattre, printed in colours, " Music " and 

" Dancing," by M. Bovi, ditto, and another (Sabin), £,\z is. 6d. 
" The Tenant's Family," after Stothard, by Knight, printed in colours, and 

two others (Brail), £,'^ 3s. 
" Maria," after Russell, by Tomkins, " The Nurse " and other small 

stipples (Parsons), £,•] 7s. 
" The French and English Firesides," after Ansell, by Tomkins, and " The 

Valentine " and the " Wedding Ring," after the same, by Scott (Parsons), 

£i iSs. 6d. 
" Girls with Doves " and " Girls with Flowers," a pair, by C. White 

(Parsons), £t, 3s. 
Another pair of the same subjects (Geofiroy), £,2 12s. 6d. 
" Courtship " and " Matrimony," after Wigstead, by E. Williams, a pair 

(Bihn), £\-i 12s. 
" An Airing in Hyde Park," after E. Dayes, by Gaugain, printed in colours, 

and the companion print, in brown (Weil), £^1. 
" Bacchus Triumphant," after Lady D. Beauclerc, by Minasi, printed in 

colours, and two others (Lindo), £y 7s. 
" Morning Amusement," after A. Kauffman, by Ryland, " Sterne and Maria," 

after Northrote, and two others, in red (Bunn), £^ 4s. 
" Children Feeding Chickens," after Russell, by Tomkins, printed in colouri 

(Sabin), £s 15s. 6d. 
The same subject, in bistre, and one in colours (Powell), £^ 4s. 
" The Months " (wanting October and December), after Hamilton, by Barto- 

lozzi and Gardiner, the altered plates printed in colours (Geofifroy), ;^30 9s. 
" Morning " and " Evening," after Hamilton, by P. W. Tomkins, printed in 

colours, framed (Sabin), £27 i6s. 

CRIES OF LONDON, After F. WHEATLEY, R.A. ' 

" Milk below Maids," by Schiavonetti, and " Chairs to Mend," by 

Vendramini, in bistre (Lewis & Son), £y ys. 
" New Mackerel " and " Sweet China Oranges," by Schiavonetti, " Duke 

Cherries " and " Knives and Scissors to Grind," in bistre (Maggs), 

£i^ 3s. 6d. 
" Matches " and " A New Love Song," by A. Cardon, in bistre, and three 

others (Leggatt), ;^I2 is. 6d. 
" Primroses " and " Scarlet Strawberries," by Schiavonetti and Vendramini, 

printed in colours (Feldwicke), £2 13s. 6d. 
" Milk below Maids " and " Duke Cherries," printed in colours (Lindo), ^3 3s. 
" Chairs to Mend " and " Knives and Scissors to Grind," finely printed in 

colours, but cut (Maggs), £27 6s. 
" Duke Cherries " and a " New Love Song," finely printed in colours, but 

cut (Maggs), ;^3i los. 
" Matches," by A. Cardon, printed in colours (Maggs), ;£^i2 12s. 
" Sweet China Oranges " and " Primroses," by Schiavonetti, printed in 

colours (Powell), £2 13s. 6d. 
" Fresh Gathered Peas," by Vendramini, printed in colours (Sabin), ;^26 ss. 
" New Mackerel," by Schiavonetti, printed in colours (Feldwicke), £ig 19s. 
" Milk below Maids," by the same, printed in colours (Maggs), ;^2i. 
" Sweet China Oranges," by the same, printed in colours (Feldwicke), £25 4s. 



April 28, 1908. 169 



PORTRAITS IN STIPPLE AND MEZZOTINT. 

" Lady St. Asaph " and " Lady Charlotte Duncombe," after Hoppner, by C. 

Wilkin, in bistre (Geoffrey), iC<) gs. 
" Miss Bloomfield " and " Madame Catalan!," after A. Buck, printed in 

colours (Brail), jQ^ 4s. 
" Mdlle. Parisot," after Masquerier, proof, " Mdlle. Hilligsberg," by Cond^ — 

proof, etc. (Leggatt), ;^s ss. 
" Louis XVL" and " Marie Antoinette," by J. Curtis, a pair, printed in 

colours (Sabin), jQi-j 6s. 6d. 
" Miss Decamp," after P. Jean, by Vendramini, printed in colours (Geoffrey), 

£S iSs- 6d. 
" Mrs. Jerningham," after Hoppner, " Miss O'Neill," after Masquerier, and 

another, printed in colours, " Mrs. Hartley," by J. K. Sherwin, " Duchess 

of Devonshire," by J. Newton, and another, printed in colours (Halld), 

£t, 3s- 
" Princess Mary," after Ramberg, by Nutter, in bistre, and two others 

(Parker), jQt, 13s. 6d. 
" Princess of Wales," after Russell, by CoUyer, and another, printed in 

colours (Weil), JQ^ 7s. 
" Mrs. Morgan and Child, ' Maternal Affection,' " after Russell, by Tomkins, 

printed in colours (Sabin), jQi,i 6s. 
" Mrs. Jordan as ' The Romp,' " after Romney, by J. Ogborne (Agnew), 

£l 7s- 
" Mrs. Q.," after Huet Villiers, by Blake, finely printed in colours (Baird), 

;£'i3 13s- 
" Windsor Castle," after J. B., by Maile, finely printed in colours (Maggs), 
;£^22 IS. 

" The Countess of Derby," after Sir T. Lawrence, by Bartolozzi, printed in 

colours, and another (Hall^), ;^38 :7s. 
" The Duchess of Richmond " and " Lady E. Foster," after Downman, by 

Burke and C. Watson, open letter proofs (Maggs), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 
" Miss Farren," after the same, by J. CoUyer, in bistre (Jacobson), ;^io los. 
" Duchess of Devonshire," after the same, by Bartolozzi, proof before any 

letters (Hall6), £l^ 17s. 
The same, printed in colours, and two others, after Downman (W. Sabin), 

;^24 3S. 
" Lady G. Lambart," after the same, by Baldrey, proof, " Lady Ashburton," 

by Bartolozzi, proof, and two others (Parker), £•; 17s. 6d. 
" Mrs. Siddons," after the same, by P. W. Tomkins, printed in colours, and 

" Miss Farren," by Collyer (Sabin), ^.■^i los. 
" Venus and Leda," after Cosway, by J. Cond^, a pair, finely printed in 

colours (Brayde), ^4 14s. 6d. 
" Madame Recamier," by J. Cond^, and " The Countess of Radnor, by M. 

Bovi, after the same, printed in colours (Brail), £1 iis. 6d. 
" Mrs. Tickell " and " Mrs. Bouverie," by J. Cond6, and " Louisa Cosway," 

after the same, by A. Cardon (Eyles\ £?, 8s. 
" Mrs. Tickell," after Cosway, by J. Cond^ (Parker), £\ is. 
" Viscountess Bulkeley, proof, and " Mrs. .-^bington," after the same, both by 

Bartolozzi, printed in red (Rimell), £j, 14s. 6d 
" Mrs. Tickell," after the same, by J. Cond^, printed in colours, full margin 

(Colnaghi), ;£^i6 i6s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



" Mrs. Duff," after the same, by J. Agar, finely printed in colours (Jacobson), 

£e 6s. 
" James Gillray," by C. Turner, printed in colours, full margin (Maggs), 

£2 iSs- 
"Madame Grassini," after Mme. Vigee Le Brun, by S. W. Reynolds; "Lady 

Whitmore " and the " Duchess of Richmond," after Lely, by T. Watson, in 

colours (Lindo), £^ 15s. 
"Lady Susan O'Brien," after Cotes, by J. Watson; "Lady Bingham," after 

A. Kauffman, by the same, and another (Rimell), £^. 
" Mrs. Cargill," by J. R. Smith, " Patty," after Mercier, proof, and two 

others (Yeulett), £^ iss. 
" Miss Jones," after Hamilton, by J. Watson, proof, " Monsieur de St. 

George," after M. Brown, by W. Ward, etc. (Rimell), £2 15s. 
" Duchess of Hamilton " and " Miss Kitty Gunning," by R. Houston, and 

" Maria Countess of Coventry (Rimell), ;i^3 los 
" Lady Peel," " Miss Croker," " Master Lambton," and " Master Hope," 

after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A (Grundy aTid Robinson), 

;^S 155- 6d. 
" Elizabeth, Countess Grosvenor," and " The Countess of Blessington," after 

and by the same (Agnew), £\o )0S. 
" Lady Dover and Son," after and by the same (Maggs), £q 19s. 6d. 
" Miss Peel," after and by the same (Leggatt), ^^12 12s. 
" The Duchess of Bedford," after Hoppner, by S. W. Reynolds (Lindo), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 
" Children Bathing " and " Juvenile Retirement," after Hoppner, by J. 

Ward (Weil), £i-j 17s. 
" Juvenile Retirement," after and by the same, framed (W. Sabin), £1"; 6s. 6d. 
" Lady Charlotte Legge," after Ronmey, by J. Grozer, proof (Jacobson), 

£11 IIS. 

" The Countess of Ossory," " Duchess of Richmond," and " Duchess of Cleve- 
land," after Lely, by T. Watson (Breun), ;^8 8s. 

" The Countess of Ossory," by and after the same, " Nell Gwyn," after Lely, 
by McArdell, and another (Breun), £(i 6s. 
Framed. 

" Mrs. .Abington," after Cosway, by Bartolozzi, and " Miss Kemble," after 
Downman, by J. Jones, printed in colours (Weil), £e, ss. 

" Lady Duncannon," after the same, by Bartolozzi, printed in colours (W. 
Sabin), ^£^30 qs. 

" Mdlle. Parisot," after Devis, by J. R. Smith, printed in colours (Weil), 
£^0 8s. 

SIR J. REYNOLDS. 

k 

" The Snake in the Grass," by W. Ward, printed in colours, and thre« 

others (Callett), £2 13s. 6d. 
" Venus Chiding Cupid," by Bartolozzi, in red, " Angel's Head," by P. Simon, 

and two others (Woodward), £t, 3s. 
" Mrs. Bunbury " and " Mrs. Abington," as " The Comic Muse," by J. Watson 

(Maggs), £f> 6s. 
"Miss Bowles," by W. Ward, touched engraver's proof, "Guardian Angels," 

by C. Hodges (.Agnew), £^ i8s. 6d. 
" Miss Polly Kennedy," by T. Watson, and " The Duchess of Manchester and 

Child," by J. Watson (Maggs), £6 i6s. 6d. 



April 28, 1908. 171 

' Lady Smyth and Children," by Bartolozzi, printed in colours (Saunders), 

£n 13s- 
' The Same," and "The Countess of Harrington and Children," by Bartolozzi, 

in bistre (Lauser), ;£'22 is. 
' Lady Cockburn and Children," by C. Wilkin, " Angelica Kauffman," by 

Bartolozzi, and " Lady Beauchamp," by Nutter (Breun), ^5 ss. 
' The Afftctionate Brothers," bv Bartolozzi, and " Master Henry Hoare," by C. 

Wilkin (Bihnl, £y 7s. 
' Mr. Philip Yorke " and " Mr. Leicester Stanhope," by Bartolozzi, printed in 

colours (Hall6), £.2^ 7s. 
' Mr. Leicester Stanhope," by Bartolozzi, proof in bistre (Sabin), £i 18s. 6d. 
' Lady Elizabeth Foster " and " The Countess of Harrington and Children," by 

Bartolozzi, printed in colours (Weil), £12'^ 2s. 
Framed. 
' Master Henry Hoare," by C. Wilkin, printed in colours (Sabin), ;^26 5s. 
' The Age of Innocence," by Grozer, printed in colours (Hall^), £nS 6s. 
Simplicity," by Bartolozzi, printed in colours (Lane), £33 12s. 
' Lady Hamilton as A Bacchante," after Reynolds, and the same as " Nature," 

after Romney, by J. R. Smith (\\'eil), ;^22 :s. 
' Master Crewe as Henry VHI." and " Mrs. Payne Gallwey and Son,." after 

Reynolds, by J. R. Smith, touched engraver's proof (Colnaghi), ;^I9 8s. 6d. 



172 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



April 29 (Second Day). 
EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL. 

" Le Petit Conseil " and " Le joli petit Chien," after Lavreince, by Janinet, 

a pair, in colours (Hall^), ^^36 15s. 
" L'Indiscretion," after Lavreince, by F. Janinet, in colours (HalU), £■i^ i6s. 
" L'Aveu Difficile " and " La Comparaison," after Lavreince, by F. Janinet, 

in colours (Weill), jQid i6s. 
" Les Deux Baisers," by De Bucourt, in colours (Hall4), ;^6o i8s. 
" Foire de Village " and " Noce de Village," after De Launay, by Descourtis, 

in colours (Russell), jQn 14s. 
" Le Portrait Cheri " and another, after Challe, by Bonnet, in colours 

(Russein, £& 8s. 
" La Toilette," after JoUain, by Bonnet, in colours (Geoftroy), £2 2S. 
" Performing Dogs," by Bonnet, in colours (Rimell'l, £1 2S. 
" La Promenade Publique," by De Bucourt, in colours (Hall^), £(>o iSs. 
" The Palais Royal Garden Walk," by De Bucourt, in colours (Sabin), £2^ 8s. 
The Same Subject, in colours, framed (Hall(5), ^39 i8s. 
" L'Amant ecout^," after Huet, by Bonnet, in colours, framed (Maggs), £<) los. 

EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

" Vauxhall," after Rowlandson, by Pollard and Jukes, aquatint in colours 

(Wein, £<) 19s. 6d. 
Another impression, ditto (Rimell), .^4 4s. 
" Married," " Unmarried " and " Le Neglige," after Rowlandson, in colours 

(L. Davis), £6 los. 
" French Barracks," after Rowlandson, by T. Malton, in colours, framed 

(Rimein, £1. 
" The Sailor's Farewell " and " The Soldier's Return," after Ramberg, by 

W. Pether, a pair (Leggatt), £t, 3s. 
" The Flower Girl " and " The Watercress Girl," after Zoftany, by J. Young 

(Davis), £1 155. 
" The Laundry-maid " and " Lady's-maid Soaping Linen," after H. Morland, 

by Dawe (L. Davis), ^8 i8s. 6d. 
" The Laundry-maid " and " \ Lady Ironing," after and by the same 

(Powell), ;^s ISS. 6d. 
" A Visit to the Grandmother," after Northcote, by J. R. Smith (Bourke), ;^5 5s. 
" The Waning of the Honeymoon," after Wheatley, a pair, and " The 

Amorous Sportsman," after the same, by W. Ward (Harland), £'i los. 
" The Wood Pigeons " and " Drawing for King and Queen," after Hack, 

by T. Park, proofs (Barnard), ^i iis. 6d. 
" Black Monday " and " Dulce Domum," after Bigg, by J. Jones, a pair 

(Rayner), £2 los. 
" Haymakers " and " Compassionate Children," after J. Ward, by W. Ward 

(Sabin), ;,^I5 iSs. 
" The Sons of Tippoo Sahib," after Singelton and M. Brown, by Grozer and 

Bartolozzi, the set of four printed in colours (Maggs), £$ 15s. 6d. 
" The Fortune Teller," after Hoppner, by Humphrey, " Young Lady Encour- 
aging a Low Comedian," after Northcote," and another, in colour* 

(Weil), j^22 IS. 



April 29, 1908. 173 

" Faggot Gatherers," after Wheatley, by Whessell, printed in colours 

(W. Sabin), £^ 13s. 6d. 
" The Encampment at Brighton," after the same, and " A Vegetable Market," 

after J. Ward, printed in colours (Powell), £jo 10s. 
" Outside of a Country Ale-house," after J. Ward, by W. Ward, printed in 

colours (Geoffroy),. ;^5 15s. 6d. 
" A Visit to the Grandfather," after J. R. Smith, and " A Visit to the 

Grandmother," after Northcote, printed in colours (Geoffrey), /^6 6s. 
" A Visit to the Grandfather," after J. R. Smilh, by Ward, printed in colours^ 

framed (Sabin), ;^30 gs. 
" Dulce Domum," after Bigg, by J. Jones, printed in colours, framed 

(W. Sabin), £^ 14s. 6d. 
" The Encampment at Brighton," after Wheatley, printed in colours, framed 

(Jones), £5 ss. 

G. MORLAND. 

"The First Pledge of Love," by W. Ward, with untrimmed margin, and 

" The Billet Doux," by Burrows (Ellis &• Smith), ^1 155. 
" The Idle Laundress " and " Industrious Cottager," by W. Blake (Sabin), 

£9 gs- 

" The Fair Seducer " and " The Discovery," by Dum^e, a pair, in colours 

(Brail), ^4 4S. 
The Same Subjects, in bistre (Davis), ;^22 is. 
" The Discovery," in colours, and " Rustic Employment," by J. R. Smith, 

in bistre (Sabin), £^ 4s. 
" Delia in Town " and " Delia in the Country," by J. R. Smith (Agnew), 

^15 4s. 6d. 
" The Virtuous Parent " and " Domestic Employment," by J. R. Smith, 

printed in colours (Wall), £6 6s. 
" Dressing for the Masquerade," by J. R. Smith (Davis), £1 los. 
"The Farmer's Visit to his Daughter" and "The Companion," by Bond 

and Nutter (Agnew), £y 7s. 
" Children Feeding Goats," by P. W. Tomkins, and two others (Yeulett), £2. 
" The Angry Farmer," by E. Scott, printed in colours, and two others 

(Harland), £3 los 
" Playing at Soldiers," " Blind Man's Buff " and two others, by W. Ward 

(Weil), £11 IIS. 
" Children Nutting," by E. Dayes, and " .A Visit to the Child at Nurse," 

by Ward (Weil), £^ 14s. 6d. 
" St. James' Park " and " A Tea Garden," by F. D. Soiron (Powell), 

;^ii OS. 6d. 
" Guinea-pigs," by T. Gaugain, printed in colours (W. Sabin), £^13 2s. 6d. 
" Fishermen," by J. Ward, open letter proof, full margin (Leggatt), £^ 14s. 6d. 
"The Farmer's Stable," by W Ward, open letter proof (Mrs. Frankau), £y ys. 
" Inside of a Country Alehouse," by W. Ward, and another (Geoffroy), 

£7 17s. 6d. 
" A Party Angling " and " The Angler's Repast," by Ward and Keating 

(Powell), ;^io los. 
" A Visit to the Child at Nurse," by W. Ward, printed in colours (W. Sabin), 

£16 5s. 
" Travellers " and " Gipsies," by W. Ward (Mayne), £4 14s. 6d. 
Morland's "Summer" and Morland's "Winter," by W. Barnard, printed in 

colours (Maggs), ;£^io los. 



174 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



" Stable Amusement," by W. Ward, and another, ditto (Rayner), £5 155. 6d. 
" Fox-hunting," by E. Bell, three of the plates, one in colours (Rayner), 

£3 «3S- 6d. 
" The Fruits of Industry " and " Extravagance," by W. Ward, in colours 

(Harland), £8 8s. 
" The Fruits of Industry," two cut impressions, in colours (Geoffrey), 

;^S iss. 6d. 
" Girl and Calves," by W. Ward, and " The Brown Jug," by Barnard, printed 

in ccjlours (Maggs), £^ los. 
" Selling Cherries," by E. Bell, printed in colours (Weil), £6 6s. 
" Duck Shooting," " Pheasant Shooting " and others, by Catton, in colours 

and bistre ( ), £g gs. 
" George Morland," after Muller, by W. Ward, printed in colorus (Sabin), 

£2 2S. 

Framed. 

" Belinda," by T. Burrows, printed in colours (Mrs. Frankau), £^ 4s. 

" A Tea Garden," by F. D. Soiron," and " The Kite Entangled," by W. 

Ward, and " Setters " (Brail), £4 4s. 
"Credulous Innocence" and "Seduction," by J. Young, one proof (Bihn), 

.^S ISS. 
" Industry and Idleness," by C. Wright, a pair, in bistre ( ), j£^i6 i6s. 

" Delia in Town " and " Delia in the Country," by J. R. Smith, a pair, 

printed in colours (Sabin), ;^i47. 
" The Turnpike Gate," by W. Ward, printed in colours (Sabin), ^12 12s. 
" The Farmer's Stable," by W. Ward, printed in colours (W. Sabin), £y 7s. 
" Inside of a Country Ale-house " and " Ale-house Politicians," by W. Ward, 

printed in colours (Richardson), £6 i6s. 6d. 



OLD SPORTING PRINTS. 

The Fight between Humphreys and Mendoza," after Einsle, and " Tragic 

Readings," by C. Knight, printed in colours ( ), £2 12s. 6d. 

' Panorama of Hunting and Coaching Incidents," a set of eight plates, 

aquatints (Sabin), £6 los. 
' A Trip to Melton Mowbray," after Sir J. Dean Paul, a set of eighteen, 

in colours (.Sabin), £31. 
' Foxhunting " and " An Easter Hunt," after Pollard, by Dubourg, and 

others, in colours (Jacobson), ;{^io tos. 
' Inn Yard at Calais," " Breakfast at Breteuil " and others, after F. G. 

Byron, by Lewis, in colours (L. Davis), £4 14s. 6d. 
' Mr. Angelo's Fencing Academy," " The Light Horse Volunteers " and 

another, after Rowlandson, in colours (Fores), £11 os. 6d. 
' Ascot and Epsom Races," " The Return " and otFiers, after Rowlandson, in 

colours (Rimell), £2 2$. 
' His Majesty Reviewing the Troops at Blackheath," after Mason, by 

Pollard, etc. (Fores), £S los. 
' The Comforts of Bath," after Rowlandson, a set of twelve, in colours 

(Barnard), ;^i is. 
' The Review in Hyde Park, June, 1814," after Sauerweid, by Scriven, in 

colours (Hall^), ^^14 14s. 
' William IV. travelling " and " George III. returning from hunting," after 

Pollard, by Dubourg, and another, in colours (Rimell), ;^8 8s. 



April 29, 1908. 175 

" Shooting," after Stubbs, by W. WooUett, a set of four, three with uncut 

margins (Fores), £q gs. 
" Grouse," " Partridge," " Pheasant " and " Wild-Duck Shooting," by T. 

Sutherland, a set of four, in colours (Powell), £6 i6s. 6d. 
" Grouse, Pheasant, and Wild-Duck Shooting," by T. Sutherland, in colours 

(Rimell), £4 14s. 6d. 
Hunting Subjects, by and after S. Howitt, a set of five, in colours (Sabin), 

^13 J3S- 
Hunting Subjects, after Dean Wolstenholme, by Reeve, in colours (Sabin), 

£5 iSS- 6d. 
" The Quorn Hunt," after H. Aiken, by Lewis, a set of eight, in colours 

(Sabin), £s^ 'OS. 
Four Plates from the same Set, " Easter Monday " and two others, in 

colours (Wellesley), £;i :3s. 6d. 
"The Fox-Chace," published by J. Burgis, set of four, in colours (Powell), 

;^S 'Ss. 6d. 
" Drawing a Cover," " Gone Away," The Leap " and " The Death," after 

Aiken, by Sutherland, a set of four, in colours (Sabin), ;£,'22 is. 
" The Cock-Tails Done," after Hodges, by Aiken and Reeve, and " The 

Bilsdon Coplow Day," after Loraine Smith, in colours (F. Daniell), 

;^ii OS. 6d. 
Hunting Subjects, after Aiken, by Hunt, and after Pollard, by Havell, in 

colours (Rimell), £n 4s. 
" Hare Hunting," after Pollard, by Reeve, a pair, " Easter Monday " and 

" The Chase of the Roebuck," in colours ( — ), ;£^i5 4s. 6d. 
" Hunting at Windsor," " Maidenhead," etc., published by .'^ckerman, a set 

of four (Fores), £$ 53. 
" Going out in the Morning," " The Chace," and others, after Rowlandson, 

in colours (L. Davis), £5 15s. 6d. 
" Elephant," " Tiger," " Buffalo," " Jackal " and other Big Game Hunting, 

after S. Howitt, by H. Merke and others, in colours (L. Davis), ;^io los. 
" Epsom Races," after Pollard, by C. Hunt, in colours (Powell), ;^3 13s. 6d. 
"Newmarket," "Epsom," "Ipswich" and two others, after Aiken, in 

colours (Sabin), £6 6s. 
" Panoramic View of British Racing," after Clifton Thomson, and " Scene on 

Epsom Downs," in colours (Rimell), £3 3s. 
" Life of a Race-horse," by T. Gooch and Jukes, a set of six, in colours, and 

" A Trip to Epsom and Back," after Pollard, by Harris, a set of four 

(Powell), £2 2s. 
" Sketch from a Race Ground," " Peasants coming to the Race," and " After 

Running," by C. Turner, in colours (Sabin), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Two of the same Subjects, " Exercising " and " Weighing-in," in colours 

(Sabin), £3 3s. 
"The High Mettled Racer," "The Foal," after Aiken, and others, mostly in 

colours (Rimell), £^ 3s. 
Portraits of " Jerry " and " Antonio," after Herring, by Sutherland, in 

colours (Maggs), £7 17s. 6d. 
Portraits of " Mundy," " .-^ttila," " Faugh-a-Bal!agh " and others, in colours 

(Fores), £7 7s. 
Portraits of " Eclipse " and other horses, after Stubbs and Sartorius, one in 

colours (Jones), £2 3s. 
" Grey Diomed," after Sartorius, " Pavilon, with Chifney up," after 

Chalon, etc. (Fores), £y ys. 



176 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Portraits of " Grey Diomed," " Filho da Puta," " Barbarossa," etc. (Fores), 

" Stage Coach Setting Off," after Pollard, by Havell, and others, in colours 

( ), £i& i8s. 

" The Brighton Mail," after Aiken, and other Coaching Incidents in the 

Snow, in colours ( ), £12 13s. 

" Arrival and Departure of the Stage Coach," after Pollard, by Havell, a 

pair, and two others after the same, in colours (Sabin), jQ^^f) 153. 
" Opposition Coach in Sight," after Pollard, by Havell, and others, in 

colours (L. Davis), £\() igs. 
" The Coach and Horses, Ilford," " The Eagle, Snaresbrook," and others, 

in colours ( ), £21. 

"The Reading Telegraph Coaches Meeting," "Mail Coach in the Snow," 

etc., in colours (Rimell), ;^n lis. 
" Brighton Coach in Regent Circus," by C. Hunt, and others, in colours 

(Lauser), ;^5 Ss. 
" Approach to Christmas," after Pollard, by C. Hunt, and " Four-in-Hand," 

after the same, by Dubourg, in colours (Powell), £1^ 14s. 
" The Duke of Beaufort Coach," after Shayer, and " The Brighton Coach in 

Regent Circus," in colours (Hale), ;^S 5s. 
" Hyde Park Corner," after Pollard, by Rosenberg, in colours (Sabin), ;^3i los. 
" The Elephant and Castle on the Brighton Road," after Pollard, " The 

Birmingham Tally-ho " and another, in colours (W. Sabin), ;^2:. 
" The Four-in-Hand Club," after Pollard, by Harris, in colours, framed 

(Rimell), £6 6s. 

DRAWINGS. 

Aiken, H., " Taking a Fence " and another Hunting Subject, etc. (Amor), 

£s ss- 

Ditto, Hunting Subjects, in pencil and colours (Sabin), £22 2S. 
Turner, C, " Oxford Races," engraved by Hassell (Leggatt), £i) 9s. 
Rowlandson, T., " Fencing at .Angelo's Academy " and " View of Margate " (L. 

Davis), £<) iQS. 6d. 
Ditto, " A Horse Sale at Hopkins' Repository (Sabin), £\6 i6s. 
Ditto, " Coaching on Hounslow Heath," " An Embarkation of Troops " and 

another (L. Davis), ;^io los. 
Ditto, " The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing " and " The Dairy Maid " (Rimell), 

los. 6d. 
Ditto, " The Park Gates " and " The Vicarage of St. Udy, Bodmin " 

(Gutekunst), j^s 55. 
Ditto, " Chacun i son GoOt (Punch Cures the Gout)," " Summer Amusement 

at Margate " engraved, and another (Rimell), ^^ 14s. 6d. 
Ditto, " A Scene in a French Town " and " An English Village," with 

coaches and numerous figures (Thomas), £^ 4s. 
Shepheard, G., 1829, Views of Broadstairs, Margate, Ramsgate, etc., in sepia 

(Leggatt), £t, 4s. 
Wright, J. M., " Illustrations to the Vicar of Wakefield," in colours (Sabin^ 

£iS 15s. 

Hamilton, W., " The Summer Months," a set of four (Vokins), £\q 19s. 
Opie, " A Girl Carrying a Basket," in chalk (L. Davis), los. 6d. 
Downman, J., A.R.A., " A Gentleman and Peasant Girl " (L. Davis), £i 5s. 
Dighton, R., " Paternal Fondness (1.. Davis), los. 6d. 
Uwins, T., R.A., " A Sleeping Child (Urvins), £t 12s. 6d 



April 29, 1908. 177 

Mee, Mrs. Anne, " A Girl in a Boat " and a drawing in sepia, by Theodor 
Lane (Rimell), 10s. 6d. 

Framed. 

West, B., "Angels' Heads" (Pollardl, £1 iis. 6d. 
Wheatley, F., R.A., " A Girl Sleeping " (Pollard), ;,£;i6 ibs. 
Caldecott, " His First Love " and another (Willett), ^.1 is. 
Egg, Augustus, " Head of Charles Dickens as ' Sir Charles Coldstream,' " 
in oils (Sabin), ;^i2 12s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



May 1. Water colour drawings and modern pictures of 
John Muir Hetherington, Esq. (deceased), late of 19, 
Upper Grosvenor Street, W. 

DRAWINGS. 

" Village on the Thames," gi x 13! (Shirreff), £2 los 

" Landscape," lof x 13I (Vicars), ;£;io 10s. 

" Dutch River Scene," lyi x 26 (Gooden & Fox), £6 6s. 

" Landscape," 19 X 33J (Sampson), £1 is. 

" An Old Mansion," 8 X 105 (Falser), £1 los. 

" River Scene," S X 8| (Lister), £1 is. 

" A Girl, at a Spring," and " A Peasant Boy," a pair, 8J x 6| (Gooden & 

Fox), ;^5 ss. 
" A Greek Temple " and " On the Thames " (Newman), £2 2s. 
" A Coast Scene " and " The Mouth of a River (Evans), £2 2S. 
Aston, C. R., " A Cliff, with lobster-traps," and " Views on the Clyde," oval, 

two in one frame (Barefoot), £1 15s. 
Austin, S., 1830, " A Gleaner," 13 x loj (Rowe), ;^g 19s. 6d. 
Austin, S., " Fisherwomen on the Beach," yi x loj (Agnew), ;^ii iis. 
Austin, S., " A Lock on a Canal," 4J x 7 (Sampson), ;^3 3s. 
Austin, S., "Old Hulks," yi X 11 (Clegg), £1 iis. 6d. 
Barnard, F., " Gathering Shellfish," 15 x 23J (Upperton), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Barret, G., " Westminster, " 12^ x 17 (Sampson), £7 7s. 
Barret, G., i8ig, " River Scene," 6J X 12J (Evans), £2 13s. 6d. 
Barret, G., " Bay Scene," 8 x 135 (Gooden & Fox), ;^i3 2s. 6d. 
Barret, G., " River Scene." 6x9 (Sampson), £1 is. 
Barret, G., " View of a Harbour," sJ x 10 (Sampson), £1 is. 
Barret, G., " An Old Watermill," yi x g| (Agnew), £1 is. 
Bartolozzi, F., R.A., " A Nymph and two Cupids," black and red chalk, 

II X 2oi (Agnew), ;^ii iis. 
Bentley, C, 1844, " Harvesting," 18 X 25^ (Mitchell), £5 55. 
Bentley, C, " Coast Scene," 13 X 18J (Sampson), £y 7s. 
Blatherwick, C, 1875, " A Sketch on the Arran Moors," 19 x 27 (Evans), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 
Blatherwick, C, 1875, " Low Tide on the Scotch Coast," 16 x 28 (Lister), 

£^ 4S- 
Bonington, R. P., " Peguenot," 11 J x 8f (Agnew), £2 12s. 6d. 
Bonington, R. P., " Boats, Ventimiglia," 7 x loJ (Evans), £y 7s. 
Campion, G. B., " A Town at the Mouth of a River," 12 x 19 (Vicars), £q 93. 
Carter, H. B., " An Old Beacon," 8 x loJ (Palser), 15s. 
Cattermole, G., " The Darnley Conspiracy," gi x 13} (Agnew), ;^8 8s. 
Cattermole, G., " Luther and Erfurt," 11 x 17 (Agnew), ^8 8s. 
Cattermole, G., " Landscape." iij x 17^ (Evans), £3 3s. 
Cattermole, G., "The Cornish Miner's Home," 13 x iSJ (Upperton), 

;^3 13s. 6d. 
Cattermole, G., "Christ Preaching," 8i x 12 (Sampson), ;^2 2s. 
Cattermole, G., " A Girl Crossing a Brook," igj x 14! (Rowe), ^^3 13s. 6d. 
Cipriani, J. B., R A., " Ruins, Statue and Figures," 14 x 10 (Sampson), 

£1 IS. 
Clennell, Luke, " Dumbarton," iii x i7i (Barefoot), £1 53. 



May I, 1908. 179 

Constable, J., R.A., " Landscape," 5X9 (Agnew), jC3'i 12s. 

Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1854, " A Cow and Three Sheep," 19J x zgi (Howard) 

£^ Ss- 
Cox, D., 1839, " Going to the Hayfield," 14 x igi (Agnew), £n7. 
Cox, D., " Crossing Lancaster Sands," 14! x 20J (Agnew), £^^3 ISS- 
Cox, D., " Hardwick Hall." loj x isJ (Agnew), ;£:6o i8s. 
Cox, D., 1852, " Mischief : A Landscape, with figures and geese," 17 X 23. 

(Vicars), ;^94 los 
Cox, D., " Blackberry-Gatherers," 21 x 30 (Sampson), ;£^iiS 10s. 
Cox, D., 1834, "Coast Scene," 7 X loj (Gooden & Fox), ;£ai5 los. 
Cox, D., " Dover Pier," 7 x loj (Sampson), ^18 i8s. 
Cox, D., "A Church by a River," 8 x 11 (Evans), £10 los. 
Cox, D., "The Eagle's Crag," 8i x ii| (Gooden & Fox), £8 8s. 
Cox, D., " Hilly Landscape," 13J X 20 (Newman), ;£'io los. 
Cox, D., "Welsh Cottages," 9 x iij (Rowe), ;^io los. 
Cox, D., " Paris," 6X9 (.Agnew), ^^25 4s. 
Cox, D., " River Scene," 6x9 (Eyies), ^13 13s. 

Cox, D., " East Cliff, Hastings : Moonlight," 6| X 9 (Sampson), £2 2S. 
Cox, D., " Welsh Lake Scene," 7 x 10 (Sampson), £7 7s. 
Cox, D., "Welsh River Scene," 10 X I4i (.Agnew), ;£^2i. 
Cristall. J., R.A., " A Girl Plucking a Goose," 8i x 6i (Wright), £^ 3s, 
Drummond, J., 1876, " Selling Fish," 19 x 28 (Agnew), £22 is. 
Fielding, C, 1852, " Snowdon from Capel Curig," 23 x 35, Royal Jubilee 

Exhibition, Manchester, 1887 (.Agnew), £315. 
Fielding, C, " The Shipwreck, Scarborough," 22 x 3oi, Royal Jubilee 

Exhibition, Manchester, 1887 (Agnew), ;^336. 
Fielding, C, 1835, " Sea Piece," i2f x 17! (Sampson), ;£^i8 iSs. 
Fielding, C, " Loch Lomond," 6| x 9j (.Agnew), £j^ los. 
Fielding, C, " Rain on Snowdon," 10 x I4i (Vicars), ;£^6o i8s. 
Fielding, C, 1848, " View over a Landscape," 7 X loj (Agnew), ;^84. 
Fielding, C, " View over the Downs," 7 x loi (Agnew), £42. 
Fielding, C, " Mountainous Lake Scene," 7 x loj (Gooden & Fox), ;^io 10s. 
Finch, F. O., " River Scene," 10 x 15 (Agnew), £g 9s. 
Foster, Birket, " Frankfort," vignette (Sampson), ^£■31 10s. 
Foster, Birket, " Coblenz," 4i X 7 (Agnew), ;^i6 16s. 
Foster, Birket, " River Scene," 3J X5 (Agnew), ^^29 8s. 
Girtin, T., " Bay Scene," 6 x loi (Wright), £^ 53. 
Hamilton, W., R.A., " Contemplation," oval, 4i x si (Agnew), £$ 53. 
Heath, W., " Dutch Coast Scene," 6^ x 9 (Wright), £1. 
Holland, J., " The Doge's Palace and the Dogana, Venice," loi x i5i 

(.Agnew), ;£;89 5s. 
Holland, J., "Canal Scene, Venice," 13^ x loi (.Agnew), £57 15s. 
Holland, J., " Stye Head," iij X 17! (Perry), £3 3s. 
Hunt, W., " .A Boy Blowing a Horn," loi x SJ (Permain), £12 I2S. 
Hunt, W., " A Lady at her Toilet," 13 x 17 (Robinson), ^£,8 8s. 
Hunt, W., " .A Lady in her Boudoir," 12 x 17 (Lister), ;^5 ss. 
Hunt, W., 182s, " .A Park Lodge," 10 x i4i (Evans), £1 iss. 
Hunt, W., " Head of a Man," Oval, 9J X 8 (Wright), £3 128. 6d. 
Cave, P. Le, " The Market Cart," 5x8 (Wood), £1 is. 
Lewis, J. P., R..A., " Spanish Peasants on a Mule," loj X 9 (Agnew 

£^ 14s. 6d. 
Ludovici, A., " The End of a Chapter," 13I x loj (Lister), £t is 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., " A Girl at a Window," 4 X si (Agnew), £i6 i6s. 

N 2 



i8o ART PRICES CURRENT. 



MuUer, W., " Canal Scene, Venice," gi X isl (Agnew), £47 5s. 

Munn, P. S., " The Langdale Pikes," i7i X 25 (Wright), £2 2S. 

Munn, P. S., " A Faggot-Gatherer." ig X 14 (Agnew), £5 55. 

Nash, F., " Oberwesel," 19 X 27! (Upperton), £4 4s. 

Nicholson, P., " Hilly Landscape," gi x 14! (Agnew), £3 3s. 

Nash, F., " Liege," 8 x nj (Eyles), £^ 4s. 

Owen, S., " Beach Scene," 4i x 6i (Eyles), ;^io 10s. 

Owen, S., " A Coast Scene " and " A River Scene " (Sampson), £2 12s. 6cl. 

Payne, W., "Rocky Landscape," gi X 15 (Evans), £j iis. 6d. 

Payne, W., " A Vessel on the Rocks," S X 6i (Gooden & Fox), 13s. 

Penne, O. De, " Waiting for the Huntsmen," iij X I7i (Sampson), £27 6s. 

Poole, P. F., R.A., "A Peasant Girl," 11 X 8 (Evans), £6 6s. 

Prout, S., " Strasburg," 24! x iSJ, Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchestei 

1887 (Agnew), ^"189. 
Prout, S., " An East Indiaman," I7i X 23 (Vicars), ;£;37 i6s. 
^rout, S., " The Interior of Chartres Cathedral," 15 X loj (Agnew), ,^63. 
Prout, S., " A Market Place in an old Town," 13^ x 9I (Gooden & Fox), 

j^29 8s. 
Prout, S., " Old Buildings, with figures, Germany," I9i X 104 (Agnew), 

£27 6s. 
Prout, S., " Old Buildings on a River, with washerwomen, 12J X aj 

(Agnew), £2,5 14s. 
Prout, S., "An Old Cottage," 11 x 16 (Evans), ;£;i6 i6s. 

Prout, S., " An Old House," 10 X 14! (Agnew), ;^I2 12s. 

Prout, S., " Coast .Scene," 8J X ui (Longley), £^ 14s 6d. 

Prout, S., " A Run on a River," 10 X 9 (Gooden & Fox), £g 9s 

Prout, S., " Bay Scene," sepia, 8J X I2i (Wright), £1 iis, 6d. 

Raworth, W., 1887, " Ship ' Hawkesbury,' passing an iceberg in the South 
Pacific," 14 X 24 (Kent), ^"6. 

Rayner, L., "The Interior of a Room," 11 x 18 (Agnew), £^ 14s. 6d. 

Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A. (after), "The Snake in the Grass," pastel, oval, 
26I X 22 (Leggatt), £^2. 

Robins, T. S., 1863, " Shipping in a Breeze," 11 X i8i (Brown & Phillips), 
£8 8s. 

Robson, G. F. " Snowdon," 12 x 19! (Agnew). ,£^12 12s. 

Robson, G. F., " River Scene," 9 x 15 (Agnew), ;^io los. 

Shields, F. J., 1877, "Good Night," 17^ X iij (Leggatt), £2 2S. 

Simonetti, A., 1871, "The Music-Lesson," 11 x 14 (Gooden & Fox), £S 8s. 

Solomon, Simeon, 1875, "A Rabbi," iij x si (Brown & Phillips), £y ys. 

Stanfield, C, R.A., 1837, " Heidelberg," 12 x 17 (Agnew), £;68 53. 

Steeple, J., 1871, " Rocky Coast Scene," yi x isi (Permain), £2 3s. 

Stothard, T., R..\.., " Shakespearean Characters," S X 18 (Sabin), ^8 8s. 

Tayler, F., " Driving Cattle in the Highlands," 4X7 (Agnew), £i'i 13s. 

Tayler, F., "A Highland Lassie," 15 x 11 (.■\gnew), £8 8s. 

Tayler, F., 1872, " A Hunting Repast," si x gj (Agnew), £6 6s. 

Tayler, P., " A Boar Hunt," 14 x 20^ (.Agnew), ;£'i6 i6s. 

Turner, J. M. W., R..A., " Lucerne," iij x 18}, Royal Jubilee Exhibition, 
Manchester, 1887 (Vicars), £315- 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " The Palazzo Vecchio, Florence," 9x7 (Gooden & 

Pox), ;^23 2S. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Zurich," si x 10 (Ward), ^^13 133. 
Varley, J., " York from the Ouse," 8J X 18J (Agnew), ;£j22 is. 
Varley, J., " River Scene," 9J X 12^ (Knowles), £8 8s. 



May I, 1908. 181 

Varley, J., " A View near Rome," 5x8 (F.yles), £(> 6s. 

Varley, J., " River Scene," 4^ X 6\ (Ejles), j^:o los. 

Varley, J., " Vauxhall Bridge," 7i X lof (Gooden and Fox), £^ :4s. 6d. 

Varley, J., " A View of a Town," " A Farmyard " and " A Castle, with 
Cattle " (Agnew), £() gs. 

Warren, S. S., " A View on the Thames " and " A Harvest-Field " (Wright), 
£2 I2S. 6d. 

Westall, R., R.A., "Ferdinand and Miranda," g X 7i (Agnew), £1 us. 6d. 

Westall, R., R.A., " The Presentation of a Ring," 8{ x 7 (Wright), £2 as. 

Wilson, A., 1862, " Bothwell Bridge," ni X 2ii (Agnew), £s ss. 

Wint, P. De, " Stacking Hay, aoj x 30, Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Man- 
chester, 1887 (.'\gnew), ^210. 

Wint, P. De, " Gloucester Cathedral," ni X 18J (Agnew), ;£:s2 los. 

Wint, P. De. " River Scene," loi X 13^ (Agnew), £5- 155. 

Wint, P. De, " Stacking Hay," 13J X 18 (Gooden & Fox), £y:i los. 

Wint, P. De, " A Rickvard, with waggon and pond," loj x 14! (Agnew), £/i2. 

Wint, P. De, " Whitchurch," ni X 18 (Leggatt), ^37 16s. 

Wint, P. De. " A Ruined Castle," 14! X 22^ (Agnew), £S^. 

Wint, P. De, " Welsh River Scene," 12 x 17 (Agnew), vjig i8s. 

Wint, P. De, " On the South Coast," 12J x 19J (Wright), £g 9s. 

Wint, P. De, "A Farm," iij X 18 (Agnew), ^29 8s. 

Wint, P. De, " Isleworth-on-Thames," 8j X u (Gooden & Fox), ^'44 2S. 

Wint, P. De, " A View over a River," 8| x 13J (.\gnew), ^25 4s. 

Wint, P. De, " River Scene," 8x11 (Agnew), ;,£7io los. 

Wint, P. De, " Vale Crucis Abbey," g| X 13 (Leggatt), ;^io los. 

Wint, P. De, " A Hay-Field," 7 X loj (Gooden & Fox), ^26 5s. 

Wint, P. De, " Moorland Scene," yl x 15 (Gooden & Fox), ;£rio los. 

Wint, P. De, " A Flock of Sheep." 6 x 12 (Leggatt), £j2 13s- 

Wint, P. De, "A Mountain Scene," si x 18 (Wright), £1 us. 6d. 

Wright, J. M., " A F^te Champftre," 10 X 17J (Sampson), £1 is. 

PICTURES. 

Boddington, H. J., " Autumn : Burnham Beeches," 20 x 36 (Vicars), ;^io los. 
Callcott, Sir A. W., R..A., " An Old Barn by a Stream," 16 x la (CoUings), 

£4 4S- 
Chambers, G., " Coast Scene " and " Crossing the Moor," by E. Hargitt 

(Leggatt), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Constable, J., R..^., " Stoke-by-Neyland," 15 X 21 (Howard), ;£'2i. 
Constable, J., R.A., "The Vale of Dedham," 15 X igi ( ), £iq 19s. 

Cooke. E. W., R.A., 1845, " Cadiz," 5 x 18 (Sampson). £2 as. 
Cox, D., 1849. " Welsh Landscape," 13^ x I7i (Agnew), ;£ri47. 
Cox, D., "A Mountain Stream," loj x 14^ (Shepherd\ ;^io los. 
Cox, D., " Highland River Scene," loj x 14! (Shepherd), £y 7s. 
Creswick, T., R.A., " On the Wye," iif x 15 (Sampson), ;^5 5s. 
Creswick, T., R.A., 1841, "Trout-Fishing," 6i x gi (Sampson), £2 3s. 
Eastlake, Sir C. L., P.R.A., " A Peasant-Woman, sleeping," 14J x gj 

(Sampson), los. 6d. 
Elmore, A., R.A., 1872, " Grinding the Mill," 13^ x i7i (Amor), £13 13s. 
Faed, J., R.S.A., 1868, " Haddon Hall in Davs of Yore," 26^ x 36 (MitchelJ), 

;£;aj. 
Fildes, Sir Luke, R.A., 1875, " Waiting," a3 x 15 (Gooden & Fox), £^ 155. 
Frfere, Ed., 1874, " A Young Musician," 12 x i5i (Gooden & Fox), ;£^54 12s. 
Frith, W. P., R..A., 1846, " The Domino," 13 x 10 (Gooden S; Fox), ;£^ai. 



i82 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Gautier, Jules, " The Marriage-Contract," i6i X 23 (Wright), £22, 2S. 

Gilbert, A., 1853, " On the Thames," 27J X 47 (Rowe), £\(< i6s. 

Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1877, "The Doge of Venice in Council," 26i X S3J 

(Gooden & Fox), £1^6 los. 
Good, T. S., " Tired Out " and " Two Dogs," by G. Armfield (Mitchell), 

£'i 3*- 
Gow, A. C, R.A., 1871, "Captain Bobadil," 21J x 33!. Royal Academy, 1871 

(Mitchell), ;^iiS los. 
Havers, Alice, " Meditation," 30 X 19 (Wright), ;^I4 14s. 
Hoppner, " Head of a Girl," 16 x iii (Agnew), £s 55. 
Lidderdale, C. S., " Hesitation," 26i x 18 (Mitchell), £i 53. 
Linder, P., " The Honeymoon," a pair, 16 X igi (Wright), ^4 4s. 
Nastriyth, P., " Road Scene, with peasants and dog," 11 x 15! (Gooden & 

Fox), ;^2I. 

O'Neill, G. B., " The Fourteenth of February, 25 x ig. Royal Academy, 1870 

(Sampson), £■},() i8s. 
Reiniolds, C, " Feeding Pigeons," 30 X igj (Rowe), ;^S SS- 
Sant, J., R.A., " Flora," oval, 12J x gf (Agnew), ;^i8 :8s. 
Surtees, J., 1854, " Peasant-Children," 17J X 23^ (Wright), £t, 3s. 
Swift, Kate, 1865, " \ Normandy Mother and Child," 20 x 24 (Sampson), 

£\2 I2S. 

Vandeverdonck, F., i866, " Ewes, Lambs and Poultry," i6i x igi (Howard), 

:£"i4 MS- 
Wilson, J. J., " Fishing-Boats off the Coast," i\\ x isi (Leggatt), £s iss. 6d. 



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May 4, 1908. The property of a lady. 

DRAWINGS. 

Cattermole, G., "The Armoury," iij x 16J (Huggins), £4 14s. 6d. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1853, " Sheep on a Hill," 15I X 22i (Sampson), ;£Ji2 12s. 
Cox, D., "A Staircase at Aston," 8i x 6 (Sampson), £1 us. 6d. 
Duncan, E., 1858, " River Scene, Wales," 8 x 19J (Mitchell), £1 los. 
Haghe, L., 1855, " The Interior of St. Peter's, Rome," 37i x 29i (Agnew), 

£6i. 
Haghe, L., 1849, " A Hawking Party," 15I X loj (Huggins), ;^8 8s. 
Hunt, W., " Pineapple, Melon, Grapes and Peaches," 9 x 13! (W. Permain), 

£19 19s- 

Lewis, J. F., R.A., " A Spanish Bull-Fight," 254 x 33! (Sampson), £iy 17s. 

Mole, J. H., 1859, " Faggot-Gatherers Resting," igi x 135 (Mitchell), 
£5 15s. 6d. 

Poole, P. F., R..-\., 1837, " A Girl at a Spring " and " A Watercress- 
Gatherer," a pair, is| x 12J (Sampson), £^ 4s. 

Poole, P. F., R.A., " .\ Girl Dancing," 18 x 11 (Sampson), £1 is. 

Prout, S., " A Ruin and Figures," 10 X 6i (Roberts iS; Austen), £'2 :2s. 6d. 

Richardson, T. M., " Lake Como," isi X 24! (Sampson), ^^45 3s. 

Richardson, T. M., 1858, " A View in Switzerland " and " A Lake Scene " 
(Sampson), ;^S 5s. 

Roberts, D., R.A., 1830, " The Interior of a Church, Antwerp," 18 x 125 
(Sampson), £q qs. 

Tayler, F., 1865, " The Young Poacher," 16 X 24! (Sampson), £15 15s. 

Tayler, F., " The Falconer," 9x6^ (Lister), £1 is. 

Warren, H., " Hagar and Ishmael," 30 X 25 (Sampson), £^ 4s. 

DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 

DR.\WINGS. 

Hayes, Claude, " A Road on Belstone Moor," 135 x 19J (Agnew), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Buckler, J., 1820, "The Screen in Gloucester Cathedral," a pair, i4i x iii 

(Agnew), £1 IS. 
Riccardi, L., " The .Artist's Studio," 23^ X 39 (Fores), ^9 9s. 
Langley, Walter, " A Fisher-Girl," 14 x loj (M. Joseph), ;^9 19s. 6d. 
Caffieri, H., " A Road Scene," 10 x 14 (Lewis), £j 13s. 6d. 
Palmer, Sutton, 1876, " A Backwater," 14J x 24J (Mitchell), ^10 los. 
Pearson, C , 1869, " A Highland Loch Scene," 11 J x 22 (Burgess), £8 8s. 
Cristall, J., R..A., " Oberon and Titania," 8x11 (Sampson), £2 2S. 
Taylor, E., " Head of a Girl " and " Fisher-Girls," by R. P. Richards 

(Lister), £^ 4s. 
Nakken, W. C, 1876, " The Harvest-Waggon," Si x 15 (Tooth), ;^io los. 
Cox, D., " Landscape," 21 x 29 (Palse'r), ;^io los. 
Cox, D., " Landscape," 6J x loJ (Harris), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Cox, D., 1834, " An Italian Palace," 7X9 (Harris), ;^I2 12s. 
Cox, D., 1829, " The Entrance to a Castle," 9 X 6i (Warren), £^ 4s. 
Cox, D., " A Mountain Scene," 10 X 14 (Mathews), £2 12s. 6d. 
Wint, P. De, " Dunster Castle," 11 x 18 (Vicars), £15 155. 
Foster, Birket, " Tynemouth," 6J x iij (Sampson), £ig 19s. 
Foster, Birket, " North Shields," vignette (Sampson), ^19 19s. 



i84 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Robertson, C, " A Consultation," I3i X gi (Mitchell), £■] 17s. 6d. 
Cameron, D. Y., A.R.S.A., " A Ruined Abbey," 13 x 8* (Lyle), £i, 4s. 
Pilsbury, Wilmot, 1873, " The Mill Stream," 16 x 25 (Mitchell), £q 19s. 6d. 
Cox, D., " A Peasant, driving sheep along a road," 7I x 6i (Langley), 

£», 45- 

Cooke, E. W., R.A., " Mont St. Michel, Normandy," 12 x 9 ( ), 

£\ IIS. 6d. 
Herbert, A., 1844, " Shipping Entering a Harbour," isi x 29i (Sampson), 

;^9 19s. 6d. 
Prout, S., "The Temples of Jupiter Tonans and Concord," 14! x iii (Gooden 

and Fox), ^'17 17s. 
Wyld, W., " Conway Castle," 12 x i9i (Lister), £a, 14s. 6d. 
Kleyn, L. J., "A Dutch River Scene." 9 X I3i (Collings), £1 lis. 6d. 
Alli'ngham, H., "A Dorset Cottage," 14 X \o\ (Sampson), £-ii us. 
Martineau, Edith, "Cottage Garden, near Ewhurst, Sussex," 13I x 11 (Price), 

£% 8s. 
Brabazon, H. B., " Sorrento," Pastel. 5I x %\ (Evans), £2 2S. 
Varley, J., " River Scene," 9 X 18 (Edwards), £i 5s. 
Varley, J., " A Lake Scene " and " A River Scene," a pair, 7! X iij 

(Edwards), £^ 17s. 6d. 
Mildmay, Miss St. John, " Tantallon Castle," " Glen Sligichan, Skye," 

" Loch Achray," " Arran," etc. (Mitchell), £\i 2S. 6d. 
Duncan, E., 1865, " On the Shore, Portmadoc, North Wales," 9J x I3i 

(Agnew), £\. 
Prout, S., " A View in a Town," 9J X frf (Roe), £cj 9s. 
Fielding, C, " Netley Abbey," 5i X 9I (Aiken), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Cox, " A Village Scene " and " A Woody Landscape " (Mitchell), £■] 7s. 
Watson, J. D., 1883, " Changing Pastures," 9 X 15 (Bailey), £-1, 13s. 6d. 
Hardy, T. B.. " On the French Coast," loj X 29J (Jukes), £^ 17s. 6d. 
Marny, P., " Strasburg " and " Quintin," a pair, 144 x 26i (Mulland), 

£n 13s- 

Marny, P., " The Old Gate, Nantes, Brittany," 19 x 35 (Mulland), £^ 17s. 6d. 

Hardy, T. B., 18S0, " Oberwesel," 5x7 (Eyiesj, £(> i6s. 6d. 

Hardy, T. B., 1879, " Calais," 4I X 7 (Eyles), £i 153. 6d. 

Lloyd, Stuart, 1906, "A Fishing Village: Sunset," ii\ X 25J (McGee), £'j 7s. 

Macwhirter, J., R.A., "The Lake of Geneva from Glion," 7 x 13! (Reed), 

£(> 6s. 
Rivers, Leopold, " A Surrey Farm," iii x 14J (Reed), £(> 6s. 
Rivers, Leopold, " Near Godalming, Surrey," 10 X I4j (Lister), ;£^5 55. 
Lloyd, Stuart, 1903, ".Arundel: Early Morning," iii X 25^ (Goddard), £(> 6s. 
Lloyd, Stuart, 1903, " Bosham : Evening," iij x 25 J (Goddard), £(> 6s. 
Macwhirter. J., R.A., "The Road Round Loch Lomond," 20 x 14 (Forth), 

;£:ii us. 
Macwhirter, J., R.A., " Loch Affric, Inverness-shire," 14 x 20 (Forth), ;^8 8s. 
Macwhirter, J., R.A., " Gulf Juan, near Antibes : The Mistral," 13J x 20 

(Bell), £i 7S- 
Macwhirter, J., R.A., " Hawthorn Blossom," 13! x 9I (Cox), £i 18s. 6d. 
Varley, J., 1840, " River Scene," 7 x 14 (Austen), £2 12s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

Chambers, G., " Sea Piece," 24J x 37! (Sampson), £1 is. 

Etty, W., R.A., " A Gipsy Girl," 14 x 10 (Sampson), £-i 2S. 

Millais. Sir J. E., P.R.A., "A Young Girl," \\\ x 10 (Agnew), £\% i8s. 



May 4, 1908] ^^5 

Stanfield, C. R.A., 1859, "Rocky Coast Scene," I7i X 29i (Lewis), £;iio 5s. 
Cole, G., 1881, " The Thames from Richmond Hill," igi X 29! (Mitchell), 

;^5o 8s. 
Macwhirter, J., R.A., " Royal Oak : Simon the Forester, Sherwood,' 29 in. 

circle (Laws), £.27 6s. 
Wastey, H., "On the Shore at Whitby," 234 x 3Si (Sampson), £1 ns. 6d. 
Inskip, J. H., " In the Morning Gleam, Robin Hood's Bay," 2oi x 16J 

(Sampson), ;^s 153. 6d. 
Bentz, F., 1884, " Sorting Fish : Scheveningen," 13! X 20J (Mitchell), ^4 4s. 
Hague, Anderson, " Spring " and " Autumn," a pair, 15J X 7i (Sampson), 

£9 9^- 
Cooper T. S., R.A., 1891, "Cattle by a River," iij X 155 (Lister), ;^24 3s. 
Shaver, W., Sen., " The Rabbit-Seller," 30 x 25 (Eyles), £5^ los. 
Fox, R., " Fruit," oval, 10 X iif (Grose), iss. 
Clint, A., " A Sea Piece : Sunset," 23^ X 36 (Sampson), £1 is. 
Gill, E., 1869, " Lower Fall on the River Neath, South Wales," 15 x 11 

(Mitchell), £4 4s. 
Havell, E., " Portrait of the Bay Horse ' York,' " 24 x 29J (Ledger), i8s. 
Hendriks, W., 1809, " Dead Game." 30J X 25 (Powell), £i 13s. 6d. 
Lynn, J., " H.M. ' Vernon,' " 38 X 56 (Powell), £1 us. 6d. 
Moore, H., R.A., 1869—70, " Carting Bracken," 41 X 71 (Sampson), £ir) 19s. 
Richards, R. P., 1876, " The Glistening River," 38 x 60 (King), £17 6s. 6d. 
Richards, R. P., " The Silver River," 38 x 60 (King), £17 6s. 6d. 
Stevens, .Albert, " Durham," 49 X 72 (Sampson), £s 5s. 
Raven, J. S., " On the River Wharfe," 24 x 36 (Bell), £2 12s. 6d. 
Modern, " Hebe," 30 x 25 (Lacey), £1 5s. 
Danby, J., 1870, " St. Malo," 17 x 29J (Lawson), ;^3 13s. 6d. 
Chambers, G., " Lantern Hill, Ilfracombe," 17^ x 23^ (Mitchell), £:i 3s. 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., " View of Burnham Lodge, Murthly," I2| x 8i 

(Oldman), £n 14s. 
Wyllie, C. W., " The Estuary of the Thames," 29 x 50 (Brown), ;^I2 is. 6d. 
Farquharson, D., A.R.A., 18S1, " Strathmore," 9I X isf ( — ), j£^iS iSS- 
Ouless, W. W., R.A., 1869, " A Tender Passage," 23J x 19s (Sampson), 

£1 IS. 
Ouless, W. W., R.A.. 1869, " He was a Stalwart Knight, and Keen, 19I x 

I5i (Sampson), ;^I3 2S. 6d. 
Ouless, W. W., R.A., 1872, " Dressed for the Opera, 201 X 16 (Sampson), 

£'i 4S- 
Herring, J. F., " A Farmyard : Winter," 13! X loj (Mitchell), £y 17s. 6d. 
Fourinois, T., 1869, " Cr^puscule," 22 X 17J (Mathews), ^i us. 6d. 
Mason, G., A.R.A.,, " A Farm-House," 7 x lof (Stacey), £4 4s. 
Mason, G., A.R.A., " Bullocks," sJ x loj (Warren), £2 2s. 
Mason, G., A.R.A., " Italian Women," 6i x sJ (Warren), £1 is. 
Wilkie, Sir D., R.A.. " Cottage Interior," iij x 9^ (Pickering), £2 12s. 6d. 
Leader, B. W., R.A., 1856, " Near Worcester," g x 12 (Willett), ;^io los. 
Shayer, W., Sen., 1841, " Beach Scenes," a pair, 17J x 24 (Dawson), ;^65 2s. 
Leftwich, G. R., 1902, " Portrait of ' .Sceptre,' " 27J x 355 (Carey), £2 as. 
Vertin, P. G., 1847, " A Market-Place in a Foreign Town," 37 x 28} 

( ), £2 2S. 

Hardy, T. B., 1872, " The Mouth of the Maas," iiJ x 2ii (Mitchell), £1 is. 
Adams, Clayton J., 1899, " Harvest Time, near Cromer," 19 x 29 (Thomas), 

£2 12s. 6d. 
Ballanger, G., " A Castle in Bretagne," 14^ x 17J (Mitchell), £3 3s. 
Walton, F., " A Woody Lane, with sheep," 22J x 17J (Sampson), £;} 3s. 



i86 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 

PICTURES. 

Ansdell, R., R.A., 1841, " Highland Drovers, near Curfeil, Argyllshire," 

38J X 67 (Sampson), £q2 8s. 
Burchett, R., 1858, " ' Measure for Measure,' Act V., Scene I," 66 x 114 

(Collings), £() 19s. 6d. 
Chambers, " The Pool of London," I4i X 24! (Harries), £2 2S. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1849, " Cattle and Sheep on the Bank of a Stream," 

31J X 40 (King), ^144 i8s. 
Cottrell, Wellesley, 1885, " On the Beach, South Wales," ig x 29 (Mathews), 

£^ IS. 
Douglas, Edwin, 1882, " The Poacher," 50 X 38 (Lister), ;^io los. 
Emms, J., 18S6, " Waiting for the Guns," 51 x 38 (Sampson), ;£'io los. 
Emms, J., 1886, " Waiting for Master and Mistress," 27^ X 36 (King), 

£n 13s- 

Emms, J., 1886, " The Sportsman's Companions," 37^ X 51 (Evans), ;£726 5s. 
Hardy, F. D., 1889, " The Home I^esson," I4i x 21 (Sampson), £i(> 16s. 
Helmick, H., 1885, " .An Interesting Story," 22J x 31^ (Sampson), £11 iis. 
Holmes, G. A., " The Ride Home," iq x 26 (Lister), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Hulme, F. W., 1870, " Woody River Scene," 29 x 49 (Sampson), £11 iis. 
Jones, Charles, " Driving .Sheep, near Dalmally, Loch Awe," 36 x 60 

(Sampson), £^^ 2s 
Jones, Charles, 1873, " Sheep Resting," 29 x 245 (Howard), ;^43 is. 
Kemm, R., " Going to Market, Seville," 2-\ x 36 (Upperton), £e, 15s. 6d. 
Leader, B. W., R.A., " On the River at Bettws-y-Coed," 2oi x 3oi (Lister), 

£si 15s- 

Morgan, J., " The Men that Man the Life-Boat," 19 x 35 (Sampson), £^ 5s. 

Morgan, J., " Haymakers," 35^ X 275 (King), ;^I4 14s. 

Morris, P. R., A.R.A., " The Widow's Croft," 29 x 19 (Mitchell), £y 7s. 

Musin, F., " A Naval Engagement," 45 x 70 (Sampson), £^ 14s. 6d. 

Niemann, E. J., " Near Rydal, Westmoreland," 17 x 23 (Lister), ;^io 10s. 

Noble, J. S., " Found," 40 x 60 (Sampson), ;^24 3s. 

O'Neill, G. B,. " Mud Pies," igj x 23I (King), £6'^. 

Peel, J., " At Knowle Hill, on the Trent," igj x 29i (Corcoran), ^£^17 17s. 

Peel, J., " A Snug Corner in Surrey," 13} X 215 (King), ;£jio los. 

Pettitt, E. A., 1872, " Langstreth, Borrowdale," 25 x 30 (Collings), £^ 3s. 

Shayer, W., Sen., " Fisherfolk Going to Market," 23J x 19J (King), £2^ 2s. 

Topham, F. W. W., 1879, " Pets," 13! x igj (Sampson), £2, 3s. 

Webb, J., 1863, " Coast Scene," 25} x 44 (Lister), £\o los. 

Witherington, W. F., R.A., " Stacking Hay," 27 x 35 (Sampson), £1^ 189. 

Woorfs, Henry, R.A., " At St. Elena, near Venice," isJ x iij (King), ;£^2i. 



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May 8, 1908. The following were sold by order of the 
executors of the Marchioness Conyngham, deceased, late of 
36, Belgrave Square, S.W., and The Mount, Ascot. 

" Catherine of Aragon," " A Boy, with a basket of fruit," and " Broadstairs," 

after Callow, lithographs (Renton), £11 os. 6d. 
The Earl of Harrington, " Portrait of the Earl of Harrington," drawing, 

iij X 8i (Agnew), ;^so 8s. 

MODERN PICTURES. 
"A Highland Loch," on copper, lo^ x 14! (Nash), £1 lis. 6d. 
" Head of a Girl," oval, 18 X 141 (Sampson), /^.J 7s. 
" Portraits of a Peer and a Peeress." a pair, 16 x 13 (Eyles), ^£^8 8s. 
" Portrait of a Child," 16 X 13 (Blane), £^23 2s. 
" The Limerick Piper," 29 x 24J (Sir J. Hart), ^3 13s. 6d. 
Barraud, H., " The Angel's Whisper," 3Si X 27i (Tweedie), /^.2 12s. 6d. 
Barraud, H., " Devotion," oval, and " Head of a Horse," circle (Willoughby), 

£3 3S- 
Barraud, " A Gamekeeper, with a pony and dogs," 21 X 28 (Vokins), £q gs. 
Beechey, R. B., 1874, " A Dutch Galliot Running into Harbour," 35 X 53 

(Koekoek), .^4 14s. 6d. 
Beechey, R. B., 1868, " The Holyhead Steamer ' Ulster ' leaving Kingston 

Harbour," 35 x 53 (Nash), ;^2 12.S. 6d. 
Beechey, R. B., 1874, " Rounding the Buoy," 24^ x 3SJ (Lister), £2 2s. 
Contini, J., " An Italian Coast Scene," 35 X 51 (Smith), £2 2S. 
Etty, W., R.A., " Cave-Dwellers," isJ x 20J (Dr. Maynard), ^£^27 6s. 
Girardot, E. G., i860, " .A Neapolitan Peasant," 49 x 39 (Sampson), £i is. 
Giroux, A., "A Goat and Kid" and "Poultry," a pair, gl x iif (Lister), 

£2 2S. 
Granet, F. M., 1815, " Monks at Prayer in a Monastery," 63 x 50 (Wall), 

£2 i2s. 6d. 
Harwood, J., 1827, " Henry VII. Chapel, Westminster," 38 x 31^ (Ceilings), 

£3 13s. 6d. 
Harwood, J., 1826, " The Interior of Westminster Abbey," 38 X 31} (Mrs. 

Wheeler), £3 3s 
Holt, E. F., 1864, " The Halt of a Hunting-Party," 23J x 35 (Sampson), 

£5 5s- 
Howard, H., R.A., " Beatrice in the Arbour," 17 x 23! (W. Permain), 

£h 14s- 
Jones, Sir A. T., P.R.H.A., "Seeing off the Emigrants," 43i x 33i (Sampson), 

£1 IS. 

Jones, Sir A. T., P.R.H.A., " The Emigrants' Departure," 35J x 27J (Lewis 

Simmons), ;^5 15s. 6d. 
Laud, J. B., " The Soldier and his Charger," 27I x 3Si ( ), £t is. 

Musin, F., " The Wreck," 45 X 70 (Collings), £3 13s. 6d. 
Pether, H., " A Town on a River," 23 x 35^ (Sampson), £3 3s. 
Schlesinger, H., 1862, " Head of a Girl," oval, 19 x i-J (Sampson), £5 5s. 
Stroehling, P. E., 1819, " Portrait of Charles, Viscount Petersham," 30 x 23 

(Robson), £-^ 12s. 
Vertin, P. G., " A View in an Old Town," 28 x 2ii (Sampson), £^ 4s. 
Watts, F. W., " Windsor Castle from the Park," 33 x 4ii (Cannon), ^^12 12s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Webb, Byron, i860, " Winter in the Highlands," 263 x 483 (Sampson), ;^3 3s. 
Webster, T., R.A., 1827, " Stealing the Jam," 15 x 13I (Gooden & Fox), £^2. 
Webster, T., R.A., " The Young Gluttons," isJ x 14 (Gooden & Fox), £-]\ 8s. 
Webster, T., R.A., " Raiding the Wardrobe," 155 X 13! (Sampson), ;^23 2s. 
Webster, T., R..A., 1828, " The Dunce," \$\ x 14 (Sampson), £,%■}, as, 

EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

" Queen Mary of England," 30 x 24J (I.eggatt), ;,^I3 13s. 

" King Henry VIH.," 33i x 22^ (Shepherd), £2% 7s. 

" King Richard HL," 33I X 22J (Leggatt), £\t, 2s. 6d. 

Cipriani, " Cupids Sporting," a pair, io| X SJ (Cohen), ;^ii lis. 

Hamilton, W., R.A., " The Minuet," 20 x 15 (Tata), £% 8s. 

Hoppner, J., R.A., " Portrait of a Young Gentleman," 23 x 155 (Robson), 

^^283 lOS. 
Kauffman, A., R..A., " Nymphs Binding Cupid," 24J in. circle. Engraved by 

W. Ryland (Gooden & Fox), £^2. 

DUTCH SCHOOL. 
" Head of a Gentleman," on copper, oval, gf X 7 (Buttrey), ;^22 is. 
" Portrait of a Lady," 23 x 14 (Lewis & Simmons), £76$ 2S. 
" k Kitchen, with a cook, provisions and utensils," loj x 13 (Cohen), £% 8s 
Bloeman, P. Van, " A Peasant," with pack horses and dog at a fountain," 

loi X 13 (Cohen), £c, 15s. 6d. 
Both, J., " An Old Bridge over a River," 33 x 38 (Cohen), ;^i8 i8s. 
Early Flemish School, " Portrait of a Lady," 18 x 15 (Robson), £1^1 15s. 
Moucheron, F., " Woody Landscape," figures by .A. Van de Velde, 34J x 39} 

(Courcau), £(& 5s. 
Neefs, P., " The Interior of a Church," \o\ x 145 (Vicars), £^ 9s. 
Neefs, P., " The Interior of a Church," with figures and torch-bearers, 

21 X 31 (Sampson), ;^24 3s. 
Ouwater, I., & Ferg, P., " k View in Amsterdam," gj x 12^ (Hollender & 

Koekoek), £\'] 17s. 
Romeyn, " A View near a Town," 13 x 16J (Hollender & Koekoek), ;^ii iis. 
Romerswale, " Two Monks," 12 X 17 (Wagner), ;^8 8s. 
Teniers, D., " Robbers Pillaging Two Peasants," 29 x 43J (Parsons), £() 9s. 

SPANISH SCHOOL. 
Arellano, " A Festoon of Flowers " and " Soldiers Attacking a Convoy " (Hol- 
lender & Koekoek), £\o 10s. 
Murillo, B. E., " Portrait of a Gentleman," 82 x S3 (Lesser), £i\^ 55. 
Murillo, B. E., " A Market Woman," 35 X 43 (Toogood), £yi 8s. 
Murillo, " The Madonna and Child " and " A Cavalry Engagement " (De 
Quinto), £^ 2S. 

FRENCH SCHOOL. 

" Landscape," 41^ x 47 (Mathias\ £^q 8s. 

" A Ffte Champ6tre " and " A Pastoral Landscape," a pair of decorative 

panels, 27 x 45 (Hollender & Koekoek), ;^33 I2» 
" Landscape," on copper, igj X 28 (Coureau), £),"] 53. 
" Young Cooks," 27 x 3Si (Parsons), £22 is. 
Boucher School, " A Lady," with two children and a maid in an apartment, 

30J X 25 (Parsons)), ;^8 8s. 
Claude, " .Seaports," with buildings, shipping and figures, a pair, 11 x 8-J 

(Kennedy), £(> 6s. 



May 8, 1908. 189 

Greuze (After), "Young Girls," by J. Hayes, a pair, oval^ ig x 15 (Amor), 

£H 14s. 
Greuze (After), " Head of a Girl," by H. H. Hayes, oval, i3i x 12J 

(Leger), £2 12s. 6d. 
Lancret, N., " A F6te ChampStre, 20 x 16 (Parsons), ;£j22 is. 
Lancret School, " A Fete ChampStre " and " Peasants Dancing, a pair, 

17 X 131 (Parsons), jCh M^- 
Lancret School, " Lovers," a pair, 13 x 10 (Hollender & Koekoek), ;£;i2 12s. 
Loo, C. Van, " Une Halte de Chasse," 37 x 41J (Glen), ;£?i5 153. 
Nain, A. & L Le " Peasants," 25^ x 32 (Sulley & Co.), £^68 5s. 
Poussin, N., " Moses Striking the Rock," 44J x 60 (Coureau), jQSg Ss. 
Poussin, N., " Landscapes," a pair, 9I, circle (Gooden & Fox), ;^22 is. 
Vernet, J., " The Storm," oval, and " A Shepherd, Horse and Goat " (De 

Quinto), £^ 14s. 6d. 

ITALL\N SCHOOL. 
" The Repose in Egypt," 10 x 73, in wood frame carved with two angels 

(Hollender Sc Koekoek), £7 17s. 6d. 
" Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane " and " The Magdalen," with Angels, 

on copper (De Quinto), j^i lis. 6d. 
"The Last Communion of the Magdalen," on copper, 16J x aij (Rogers), 

jQi IIS. 6d. 
" The Nativity," on copper, 124 x isi (Stolberg), £2 2s. 
" Mars, Venus, Cupid and Time," 30 X 43 (De Quinto), £2 12s. 6d. 
Carracci, A., " The Temptation of Saint Anthony," 19 X 13J (Cohen), £8 8s. 
Correggio, " Head of an Old Woman," oval, 26 X 16^ (Smith), £2g 8s. 
Correggio School, " The Madonna and Child," with two Angels, iij, circle 

(Cohen), ;^3 13s. 6d. 
Domenichino, " The Magdalen," 24J x i8i (Glen), £2 3S- 
Giordano, L., " The Abandonment of Ariadne," 50^ x 43i (De Quinto), £8 8s. 
Hire, L. De La " Music," signed, and dated 1640, 40^ x 56 (Petit), £50 8s. 
Longhi, P., " The Masquerade Portrait," 21 x 16 (Amor), £1-; 17s. 
Luini, " Head of the Madonna," oval, 15^ x I2i (CoUings), £2 :3s. 6d. 
Maratti, C, " The Holy Family," oval, 29 x 38i (Cohen), £2 12s. 6d. 
Rosa, S., " Beggars in a Landscape," 18 x 13^ (Gooden & Fox), ;^i7 17s. 
Signorelli, " The Triumph of Bacchus," on panel, 17 x 29 (Cohen), £10 los. 
Titian (After), " The Death of Saint Peter Martyr," 56 x 36 (Cohen), £y 73. 

The following" were sold by order of the executors of 
Mrs. H. W. Cholmley, deceased, late of 42, Cadogan 
Square, S.W., and formerly of Howsham Hall, Yorks. 

PICTURES. 

Baptiste, J., " A Vase of Flowers," 35J x 253 (Eyles), ;^26 5s. 
Baptiste, J., " Flowers in a Glass Vase," 35^ x 27 (Eyles,) £35 14s. 
Carmichael, J. W., 1842, " Leith," I5i x 23I (Falser), £10 los. 
Gainsborough, T., R.A. (After), " Portrait of Nathaniel Cholmley, Esq.," 

50 X 40 (Parsons), ;^i5 153. 
Herring, J. F., .Sen., Portraits of the Chestnut Horses, " Pantaloon " and 

" Comus," a pair, 13^ x 17J (Roe), £6g 6s. 
Huyssen, J., " Portrait of a Lady," signed, and dated 1685, 16 X 12J (Glen), 

£\2 I2S. 

Kneller, " Portrait of a Lady," 29 x 23^ (Leggatt), ;^32 us. 



tgo ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Ower, Ten P., " A Hunting Party Preparing to Start," 22i x 28 (Hollender & 

Koekoek), ;£'i2 12s. 
Wright, J. (of Derby), " Portrait of a Gentleman," 49 X 39 (Bioss), £28 7s. 

DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 

PICTURES. 

Early English, " A Gentleman," with his wife and children, 26 x 38I (Per- 

main), ;£Jii os. 6d. 
Cosway, R., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Kortright," 27i x 2ii (Larkin), ;^89 53. 
Cosway, R., R.A., " Portrait of — Kortright, Esq.," of Highlands, Essxe, 

271 X 21J (Larkin), ;£Ji2 12s. 
School of Pistoja, " .An .-Mtar-Piece " (Moir), ;^99 153. 
Beerstraaten, J., " A Frozen River Scene," 35 X 46J (Light), ;^3i los. 
Gomez, S., " Saint Anthony Interceding with the Saviour," 68^ x 47 (Light), 

£h 14s- 

Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Portrait of a Lady," 36 x 27J (Eve), £13 13s. 
Northcote, J., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Catharine Northcote," 30 x 25 (Wells), 

;£^IO lOS. 

Zoffany, J., R..\., " Two Ladies, Three Gentlemen and a Boy," unframed, 

45 X 50 (Cohen), ;£7i6 i6s. 
Early English, " Young Artists," 19 X 23 (C. Davis), ;£J'2i. 
Diirer, A., " Portrait of Wilibald Perkheimer," 7^ x S3 (Stolberg), £g gs. 
Cuyp, J. G., " Portrait of a Young Girl," 37J x 26 (Glen), £25 4s. 
Hobbema, " Woody Landscape," 24 x 33^ (Stevens), £8^. 
Morland, " The Interior of a Stable," i8J x 25 (Wyatt), ^^14 14s. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Portrait of a Gentleman," 2gJ x 24J (Willis), 

£36 ISS- 
Hoppner, J., R.A., " Portrait of Lucius Concannon, Esq., M.P.," 50 x 40 

(Yates), ^68 5s. 
Cuyp, A., " Gentlemen Preparing for the Chase, 47 x 57, from the collection 

of Lord Tweedmouth, 1905 (Gooden & Fox), ;£^26 5s. 
Wynants, J., " Landscape," 18J x 24J (Colnaghi & Co.), 52 los. 
Leyden, L. Van " The Descent from the Cross," on panel, 28 x 21 (Stolberg), 

£i6 ISS. 
Gainsborough, T., R.A., " Portrait of James Haviland, Esq., 49J x 39 (Satoir), 

£27 6s. 
Jardin, K. Du, " The Return of the Holy Family," isi X 20, described in 

Smith's " Catalogue Raisonn^," No. 78 (CoUings), ;£^i6 i6s. 

The following were the property of Major-Gen. Allan, of 
Hillside, Bidborough. 

Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., " Portrait of .'Alexander Allan, Esq., of Hillside, Edin- 
burgh, 81 X 57^, liaeburn E.xhibition, 1876 (Sullev & Co.), ;^367 los. 

Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. .Mian 'and Child," 81 X S7i. 
Raeburn Exhibition, 1876 (White), £367 los. 

The following picture was the property of the Misses 
Nugent Smee, of Reigate, in whose family it has been since 
it was painted. 

Romney, G., " Portrait of Mrs. Maria Hughes," afterwards wife of Thomas 
Lechmere, Esq., of The Circus, Bath, 29 x 24 (Mills), £336 



May 8, 1908. 191 



The following formed part of the collection of pictures 
belonging to the estate of Edward, First Earl of Ellen- 
borough, deceased, and were sold by order of Mr. Justice 
Swinfen Eady. 

PICTURES. 
" Portrait of a Lady," zij x 14 (Connell), ;£j"i9 igs. 
" Portrait of Jane Shore," 21J x 17 (Dowdeswell), £.1^ 8s. 
" Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots, 44 x 3ii (I.eggatt), ;£^94 ids. 
Clouet, F., " Portrait of a Gentleman," 6i X 5* (Dowdeswell), ;£ji68. 
Cranach, L., " Portrait of the .Archduchess Jeanne de Folle," with her Infant 

Son, afterwards The Emperor Charles V., iz\ x 16 (Moir), jQ-]t, ids. 
Holbein, " Portrait of Eleonora, wife of Francis I., King of France, 81 x 7i 

(Dowdeswell), ;^89 5s. 
Holbein, " Portrait of Isabel," wife of Christian II., King of Denmark, 

8i X 7j (Dowdeswell), ;£r7i 8s. 
Metzu, G. (School of), " K Gentleman and His Family " (Lewis & Simmons), 

£2\Q. 

Orley, Van, " The Holy Family " and " The Magi," a pair, in one frame, 

19 X 13 each (Nicholson), £,210 los. 
Dyck, Van, School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," a,\\ x 29 (Parsons), ;^3i los. 



ig2 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



May 11, 1908. The following were sold by order of the 
executors of Richard Smith, Esq., deceased, late of 174, 
Cromwell Road, S.W. 

T. ROWLANDSON. 

DRAWINGS— /n the Folio. 

"Miss Potter," "William Huntington," "Lethargy," &c. ; and "A Cupid," 

by W. Hoare (Parsons), £i. 
" What won't Fatten will Fill," &c. (Maggs), los. 
" The Vicar of Wakefield," &c.— pen and ink (Rimell), los. 
" A Miserable Varlet," &c. — pen and ink (Maggs), los. 
" Miseries of London," &c. (Rimell), 13s. 
" East Barnet," &c. (Maggs), £1 los. 
" A Prize-Fighter doing Penance," &c. (W. Sabin), 17s. 

" None but the Brave," " The Persevering Surgeon," &c. (Maggs), £1 153. 
" The Logan Rock," " Dartmouth Castle," &c. (Maggs), £5. 
" Dunster Tower," &c. (Parsons), £ii los. 
"The Chop-House," &c. (Rimell) £:i. 

" Moll Flackett hard run to save her Ass," &c. (W. Sabin), £;i los. 
" Rochester Castle," &c. (C. L. Smith), £3 5s. 
" Alarmed on the Way to Scarborough," &c. (Parsons), £1 53. 
" Sutton, Northamptonshire," 8dC. (Maggs), ;^4 4s. 
" A Head no Hellebore can Cure," &c. (Rimell), £3 los. 
"Joyful Tidings," "The Huntsman's Chorus," &c. (W. Sabin), £2 3s. 
" A View on the River Ouse, Yorks.," &c. (W. Sabin), £5. 
" Last Scene of All," and other sketches (Home), £1. 
" Magdalen College, Oxford," &c. (Rimell), £4 53. 
" Stowe Gardens," &c. (Parsons), £^. 
" Canvassing for a Borough," &c. (Maggs), £2. 
" A Hunting Morning," &c. (Maggs), £S. 
" Scene at a Fair," " A Wedding," &c. (Rimell), £^. 
" The Choir," " Topers," &c. (Maggs), £3 53. 
Landscapes, with figures and deer (Thomas), £2 53. 
Landscapes, with figures (Parsons), £2 15s. 
" The Sheep-Shearer," &c. (Maggs), £2. 
" A Wapping Landlady," &c. (Rimell), £2 los. 
" Bad News," &c. (Maggs), £2. 

" A Bookworm," " Wapping Old Stairs," &c. (Parsons), £5 los. 
" St. Donat's Castle," " Bride Place, Sussex," &c. (Gutekunst), £s 
" A Cattle-Market," S.'C. (Gutekunst), £6 153. 
" Insipid Hum-Drum," &c. (Maggs), £2 10s. 
" Newport Gate, Lincoln," &c. (Gutekunst), £^ 5s. 
" The School of Reform," &c. (Parsons), £;i. 

" The Duke of Grafton Examining his Stud," &c. (Rimell), £6 15s. 
" A Methodist Meeting," &c. (W. Sabin), £6. 
" Going to Tyburn," &c. (Rimell), £6 15s. 

" A Scene in ' All the World's a Stage,' " &c. (W. Sabin), £^ ss. 
" A Private Mad-House," &c. (Maggs), £1 153. 
" Topers " and " Antiquities," (Christie) £^ 5s. 



May II, 1908. 193 

Coaching Subjects, &c. (Gutekunst), £6 los. 

" Buying Fish," &c. (Parsons), £^ 153. 

" Skating," &c. (Rimell), £6 153. 

" A Fish-Market," &c. (Gutekunst), £2 15s. 

" Landing from the Boats," &c. (Gutekunst), £7 15s. 

An Album, containing ninety sketches and studies (Parsons), ;^6 6s. 

An Album, containing ninety-one sketches and studies (Parsons), £■; 7s. 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 

DRAWINGS— framed. 

Alexandei, W., "A Water-VVheel, in China," and "A Castle, on a River," by 

W. Purser (Agnew), i8s. 
Austin, S., 1829, " Coast Scene," io| x if>i (Leggatt), £4 J4S- 6d. 
Bentley, C, " Coast Scene," isl X 'qI (Mitchell), £1 8s. 
Brandard, R., 1836, " Mowers," 12 X 8| (Mitchell), los. 6d. 
Carter, J., 1782, " Lichfield Cathedral," 23I x 195 l.^gnew), £2 15s. 
Cipriani J. B., R.A., " A Vestal Virgin," gj x 7J (Leggatt), £3 ids. 
Coney, J., "The Interior of Westminster .Vbbey," 29^ x 24J (Leggatt), ^£^1 4s. 
Constable, J., R. A., " St. James's Park," 7 X9 (Capt. Reiss), ;^io los. 
Cristall, J., R.A., " Woody Stream," 12^ x i6i (Wyatt), ^"4 5s. 
Cristall, J., R.A., " Scotch Peasant-Girls, Luss, Loch Lomond, 15 x 17$ 

(Mitchell), £i. 
Cristall, J., R.A., "A Market-Woman," 8 X loj (Longley), i6s. 
Dayes, E., " Byland Abbey," S\ x loj (Leggatt), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Edridge, H., A.R.A., " A Heath, with Windmill and Peasants," S x iij 

(W. Permain), £1 los. 
Girtin, T., " River Scene," 14 X I2| (Falser), ;£r26. 

Guardi, P., " Buildings, near Venice," lo^ x i6J (Leggatt), £1;^ 2s. 6d. 
Havell, W., " On the Rhine," 17 x 10^ (Mitchell), iSs. 

Howitt, S., " Shooting Subjects " — a set of four, gj x 125 (Vokins), ;£J'22 is. 
Howitt, S., " Shooting Subjects " — a set of four, g^ X 131 (Sabin), £i'i 14s. 
Liverseege, H., "Meg Merrilees appearing to Young Hazlewood " — chalk; and 

" Head of H. Liverseege," by Bradley — pastel (Leggatt), 5s. 
Luigi, M., " The Young Doctor," 12 x gj (Leggatt), £1 12s. 
Maris J., 1868, " A Peasant Girl," I2j x 7 (Sampson), £^ 5s. 
Nicholson, F., " Chester," 18 x 245 (Thomas), £1 14s. 
Nicholson, P., " Kirkham .\bbey," 17I x 25^ (Leggatt), ;^3 5s. 
Nicholson, P., " The Watermill," igj x 17! (Leggatt), £1 15s. 
Nicholson, P., " On the Ouse," g| x 141 (Mitchell), ;^i is. 
Nicholson, P., "A Lane Scene, near York"; and "Driving Sheep," by 

W. Delamotte (Misell. Junr.) los. 6d. 
Reynolds. Sir J., P.R.A. (After), " Lady Henrietta Spencer," by Landelle, 

7I x 6j (Mitchell), los. 6d. 
Rowlandson, T., "The Fish-Market"; and "A Boy carrying Grapes," by 

E. Lundgren (Mrs. Schwabacher), ^Ti los. 
Turner, J. M. W., R..-\., " Lago di Garda," Art Treasures Exhibition, Man- 
chester, 1878, gf X 14 (Agnew), ;£,"252. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " River Scene," 21J x 30 (Leggatt), £2. 
Turn<-r, J. M. W., R..^., " Woody River Scene," ig x 27^ (Misell, Junr.), 

£1 us. 6d. 
Turner, J. M. W.,R.A., "On the Dart," loj x 7I (Longley), £i 14s. 



194 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 

DRAWINGS. 
Early English, " A Sportsman, standing in a Landscape," 13J x gi (Agnew), 

£1 15s- 
Wheatley, F., R.A., 1872, " Fisherfolk," a pair, y\ x sJ (Leggatt), £y 7s. 
Early English, " Portrait ol the Earl of Nottingham," pastel, 9 X 7i (Allen), 

£^ 4S- 
Buonaccorsi. Pietro, " Ganymede," 15 x iii (Bates), £1 5s. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " River Scene," 8 x iij (Leggatt), /"S 'os. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " An Old Gateway at Southampton," 6| X gi (Legg^tt^, 

£^^- 

Smith, J.," A Cavern on the Coast," 255 X 37 (Wright), £2 12s. 6d. 
Varley, J., " Cromer " and " A Mountainous River Scene " (C. Davis), ;£^I2. 
Downman, J., A.R.A., " Portrait of a Lady," oval, 73 X 6 (C. Davis), £•]. 
Cotman, J. S., " River Scene," iiJ X igi (Palser), ;£?3 3s. 
Vinci, L. da (after), " The Last Supper," attributed to Rubens, and an un 
framed engraving, 12J x 55 (Hudson), jjjii os. 6d. 

PICTURES. 
Boilly, " The Portrait to the Life; A Scene from the Comedy of ' La Tableau 

Parlant," 22J x 28 (Shepherd), ;^27 6s. 
Harlow, G. H., " Portrait of Sir John Cuppage," 4g X 3g (Bell), £21. 
Italian School, "The Madonna and Child"; "Head of an Old Man," on 

panel ; and " .\ Sea Piece " (Bruce), £6 6s. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Portrait of .'\dmiral Sir Edward Hughes, K.B.," oval, 

27J X 22i (Wain, £^& 6s. 
Morland, G., " Watering the Last Horse," 16 x 20 (Maude), £■; ~s. 
Dyck, Van, " Portrait of Inigo Jones," 25J x 21 (Malvern), £6 6s. 
Early English, " Portrait of Keats," 30 x 25 (Mrs. Wheeler), £2 12s. 6d. 
Lancret School, " Two Young Girls " and " A Young Boy," a pair, on panel, 

oval, gi X iij (Leggatt), £y 7s. 
Mytens, " Portrait of a Lady," 265 x 21 (Howard), ;^s 5s. 
Morland, " Sheep in a Shed," igj x 235 (Dawson). £1 los. 
Rubens School, " Moses Striking the Rock," on panel, 295 X 41 (Woodley), 

£16 i6s. 
Early English, " Portrait of Miss Hester Whelan," 3g X 30 (Leggatt), ;^8 8s. 
Raeburn, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 2g x 245 (Vaughan), ^g gs. 
Dutch School, " h Vase of Flowers," on copper, 10 x 125 (Stedall), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Morland, H., " Peg Woflington," 2g x 24 (Mrs. Wheeler), £t, 3s. 
Pinturicchio, " Christ before Pilate," on panel, 37 x 62J (Quinto), ;^8 8s. 
Leiy, S'r P., " Head of a Lady," 20j x 175 (Mrs. Wheeler), £^ 4s. 
Hogarth. " Portrait of a Lady," oval, 2g x 24 (.Mrs. Wheeler), ;^3 3s. 
Kneller, Sir G., " Portrait of Mrs. Kirke," 2g x 24 (Leggatt), £^ 5s. 
Zuccarelli, F., R.A., Landscapes, i8j x 24^ (W. Permain), £.^ 5s. 
Sarto, Del, " The Madonna and Child with Saint John," on panel, 36J x 26J 

(Johnson), ^£^5 ss. 
Early English, " Portrait of David Belasco, Singer," 26 X 21^ (Braham), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 
Breughel, P.," The Procession to Calvary," 38 x 52 (Eyles), ;^3i los. 
Begeyn, A. C, " Tr;. '.'falling Peasants and Animals," 18 x 21 (Mace), £\ 49. 
Raeburn, " Portrait of Mr. Richardson," 25 x 21 (Smith), £'i 3s. 



May II, 1908. 195 

Lely, Sir P., " Portrait of the Earl of Lindsey," 30 X 25 (Dell), ;^i2 12s. 

Lawrence, " Portrait of Mrs. Harrison," 2qJ X 24I (Holmes), ;^i8 i8s. 

Jackson, Harriet B., " Contemplation," 30 x 25 (Rowe), £^ 4s. 

Morland, G., ■' The Alehouse Door," i2i x 10 (Bell), £6 6s. 

Early English, " Portrait of a Lady " and "Portrait of a Gentleman," a pair, 

two unframed, 25^ x 175 (Hine), £^ 4s. 
Vinckebooms, " Woody Landscape," igj x 34 (Schroeder), £15 15s. 
Pontormo, " The Adoration of the Shepherds," 24J x 17J (Smith), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Teniers, " Peasants Dancing " and " Dice Players," a pair, 14^ x 17I (Smith), 

£7 7S- 
Opie, J., R.A., " Portrait of a Gentleman," 26 x 21 (Christopher), £$ 53. 
Bank, J. Van der, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 23 x iq (Shepherd), ;^i5 15s. 

Dongen, D., 1778, Landscapes, a pair, 17^ x 21J (Bull), £iS 'SS- 

Dutch School, " The Halt of a Hunting Party," 13 x I7i (Hollender and 
Koekoek), ;^5 53. 

Danckerts, J., " David and Bathsheba," 60 X 471 (Wheeler), £^ 5s. 

Breughel, P., " The Temptation of Saint Anthony," lOj x 14 (Stokes), £$ 55. 

Teniers, " The Interior of a Surgery," 22 x 31 (Bourne), £2^ 4s. 

Teniers, D., " A Village Merrymaking," 30! X 34 (Heigham), £'i2. 

Roestraaten, P., " Shells on a Table," 12 x i8§ (Wagner), £1 is. 

Breughel. " Esther before Ahasuerus," igj x 31 (Jarman), £2 12s. 6d. 

Brown, Mather, " Two Children," 30 X 25 (Glen), £s 5s. 

Colonna, M. A., " The Incredulitv of Saint Thomas " and " An Evangelist " 
(Cobb), £i iss. 6d. 

Raeburn, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 30 X 24 (Moule), £8 8s. 

Early English, " Portrait of Mrs. Waller," 30 x 25 (Kerrison), £i() 19s. 

Early English, " Portrait of a Youth," 20 x i6i (Wylde), £8 8s. 

Bout and Boudewyns, " A Seaport, with numerous Figures," 15J x 22J (Cei- 
lings), £3 3S- 

Morland, " Fisherfolk on the Coast," 23I x 2g (Hubbard), £;ji ios. 

Dutch School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 28J x 24 (Mrs. Wheeler), £1 los. 

Koninck, Solomon, " Judas casting down the Thirty Pieces of Silver in the 
Temple," 30J x 3gi (Glen), £^2 los. 

Nnzi, Allegretto, " The Madonna and Child," 30 x 165 (Smith), £^ 5s. 

Veronese, " Prometheus and the Stolen Fire." oval, 315 x 20 (Fraser), 
£2 I2S. 6d. 

Dutch School, " A Frozen River Scene," 18 x 26^ (Cholmley), £^ 14s. 6d. 

Dutch School, " A Camp Scene," 12J x 23 (Bates). £2 12s. 6d. 

Wilson, R., R.A., " A View of Tivoli," 24 x 29J (Macartney), £6 i6s. 6d. 

Brussel, Van, " Flowers in a Vase," Signed, and dated 1781, 25 x 20 (Shepherd), 

£32 IIS. 

Rigaud, " Portrait of Mile. Clairon, as ' Flora,' 29 x 24J (Ford), /^I2 is. 6d. 
Mans, F. H., " A Village on a River," Signed, and dated 1678, 22J x 32 

Heigham), ;^io los. 
Barret, G., and Gilpin, S.," Woody Landscape," 24J x 29^ (Misell, Junr.), £1 6s. 
Largilliere, " Portrait of Maria Theresa," 42 x 33 (Mrs. Wheeler), ^"8 18s. 6d. 



THE PROPERTY OF A LADY. 

PICTURES. 
Ruysdael, J., " A Rocky Waterfall," 37 x 30 (Baker), £^y 59. 
Lean, W. Van, 1805, " Dead Game in a Garden," 71 x 34 (Wood), £ai. 



196 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Early English, " Portrait of Mrs. Broderip," 23J x 17} (Groves), £5 5s. 
Barker (of Bath), " A Cavalry Skirmish," 29J x 38J (Brett), ;^io los. 
Cawse, J., " A Scene from ' King Henry V.,' " 26^ x 31J (Burgess), £27 6s. 
Reynolds, " Portrait of the Artist," 28^ x 24 (Lawrence), ;£r22 is. 

The following were sold by order of the executor of 
W. J. Muckley, Esq., deceased, late of White Notley Hall, 
Witham, Essex. 

PICTURES. 

Cavedone, J., " The Resurrection of the Virgin," 28 x 21 (Hall), ;£^io los. 
Nasmyth, " A Woody Landscape," 2oi X 26 (Leggatt), £^5 4S- 6d. 
Ravesteijn, J. A. Van, " Portrait of a Lady," 47 x 34! (Glen), £-6 13s. 
Reynolds, " Portrait of Lady Stanhope," 24J X 19 (Falter), ;^63. 
Dyck, Van, " Portrait of Lord John de Montfort," with an engraving and a 

photograph— in one frame, 43 x 36 (Turner), £52 los. 
Weenix, " A Dead Partridge," 17 x 13J (Marks), £y 7s. 



May 12, 1908. 197 

May 12, 1908. Engravings : — 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 

Unfratned. 

' Sappho embracing Love," in red, " Fortune," proof in bistre, and Another, 

after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi (Jones), ;£^i ids. 
Cupid and Psyche," and " Beauty and Time," a pair, in red (Maggs), 

£1 IS. 
' Wisdom," " St. Cecilia " and " A Sleeping Child," after Cipriani, by 

Bartolozzi: "The Fair Ariadne," by Bartolozzi, and "Tragedy," after 

Westall, by Cheesman, printed in colours (Parsonsj, £2 los. 
'The Hours," after M. Cosway, by Bartolozzi, and one after Hamilton, by 

the Same, printed in colours (Rimell), jQ2. 
' A Lady with Feathers," after Cipriani, and " .\ Girl with a Basket," after 

Ramberg, both by Bartolozzi (Parker), £1. 
A Sketch from Nature," after Rowlandson, by Carey, " A Lady in Limbo " 

and Another after the Same, in colours (Lauser), ;£ji is. 
Blowzelind," after Hoppner, by C. Knight, proof before letters; and "Two 

Sisters," by M. Bovi, printed in colours (Lauser), ;£,! is. 
Modern Graces," after Bunbury, by E. Scott, and " The Young Florist," 

after Gardner, by Baldrey (Pollard), £6 i6s. 6d. 
An Evening Walk," by and after J. R. Smith, in bistre (Lauser), £2 2S. 
Serena and Flirtilla," by and after J. R. Smith (Lauser), £1 5s. 
Saturday Evening," after Bigg, by W. Nutter (Lauser), £1 5s. 
A Peasant Boy " and " Returning from Milking," after Westall, by 

Gaugain, a pair (Freeman), £1 8s. 
The Landlord's Family," after Stothard, by C. Knight, printed in colours, 

and " The Merry Wives of \\'indsor," after Peters (Jacobson), £2 7s. 6d. 
The Shepherdess of the Alps," after Westall, by Bartolozzi, printed in 

colours (Geoffroy), £1 is. 
Abelard " and Another, after A. Kauffman, by Ryland, and " Lydia," by 

W. Dickinson, printed in colours (Rimell), £1 18s. 
The Happy Father," after J. Ward, by W. Ward, open letter proof 

(Lauser), £1 5s. 
Hebe," after Huet Villiers, by A. Cardon, printed in colours (Lauser), £1 6s. 
The Detection " and " The Reconciliation," after Pave, by J. Gisborne. a 

pair, printed in colours (Parsons), £y ys. 
Extravagance and Dissipation," after Singleton, by W. Ward, :ind .Another, 

after the same, printed in colours (Parsonsj, £^ los. 
' Disobedience Detected," after J. Ward, by Barnard, printed in colours 

(Lauser), £2 2s. 
' A Visit to the Grandfather," after ]. R. Smith, by E. Daves, printed in 

colours (Pollard), /TiS i8s. 
' Signora Rosalba," by Bartolozzi, and othf-r small Portraits by the Same 

(Rimell), 5s. 
' Miss Linwood," by P. W. Tomkins, " Mory Queen of Scots " and Another 

by Bartolozzi (Maggs), los. 
' Lady Jane Dundas," after Hoppner, by BarCalozzi, open lefcr proof, and 

Another ( ), £1. 



198 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

" Mrs. Hay Drummond and Children," after Shelley, by C. Watson, uncut 

margin, " Miss Duncan," by A. Cardon, printed in colours, etc. (Breun), 

£^ los. 
" Lady D. Sinclair," after Cosway, by M. Bovi, printed in colours (Jacob- 
son), £3. 
" Maria Cosway," after the same, by Bartolozzi, proof, with uncut magrin 

(Lauser), £2 2S. 
" Richard Cosway," after himself, by M. Bovi, printed in colours, uncut 

margin ( ), £1 los. 

" William IV.," by Freschi, printed in colours, and " General Kosciuszko, " 

after Cosway, by Cardon (Lauser), ;^i 5s. 
"Princess Augusta," after Ramberg, by W. Ward, in bistre (Lauser),;^! 12s. 
" St. Cecilia," after Westall, by H. Cook, and " Mrs. Waters," after Ramsay, 

by C. Turner, printed in colours, " Jane, Countess of Oxford," by and 

after Westall, printed in colours (Maggs), ;^i 14s. 
" Mrs. Siddons and Son," after W. Hamilton, by Caldwell, wide margin 

(Saunders), ;^i los. 
" Marie Antoinette," after Roslin, by Bartolozzi, in red (Lauser), ;^i los. 
" Angelica Kauffman," after Reynolds, by Bartolozzi, and " The Fair Alsatian," 

after Kauffman, both in red (Lauser), ;^,2 los. 
" .Mrs. Sheridan and Son," after Hoppner, whole length, by T. Nugent 

(Rimell), ^:3 3s. 
" George, Prince of Wales," after Russell, by Collyer, printed in colours 

(Parsons), ;£i 8s. 
" George, Prince of Wales," as " A Bowman," after Russell, by Bartolozzi, 

printed in colours (Parker), £3 3s. 
" The Prince Regent," after Hoppner, whole length, by W. Say (Agnew), 

£1 6s. 
" John Philip Kemble " as " Hamlet," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. W. 

Reynolds, open letter proof (Pollard), £1 is. 
"Little Red Riding Hood," after ditto, by R. Lane; and Another, after the 

same (Widegren). 
Lady Leicester as " Hope," after the same, by H. Meyer, proof with full 

margin ; and Another (Breun), £2 8s. 
"Miss Croker," by S. Cousins, R.A. ; and "Lady Grosvenor," by C. 

Turner, both after Lawrence (Lauser), ;^'3 3s. 
"William Osborn," after Hardy, by J. Jones; "Lord Henry Petty," by C. 

Turner; and Two others (Leggatt), £2. 
" Head of a Man, wearing a turban," by Prince Rupert (Colnaghi), ;^S. 
"Duchess of Richmond," after Lely, by T. Watson; "Miss Pond," by J. 

Spilsbury; and Two others (Pollard), £1 los. 
"Miss Stuart," after Willison, by V. Green, first state; "Miss Eyebright," 

after the same; and Another (Maggs), £2 12s. 
" Miss Lascefles," and " Miss Trimmer," after Cotes and Read, by J. 

Watson (Lauser), £1 16s. 
" Miss Brusby," after Falconet, by V. Green, first state, (Maggs), £2. 
" A Lady with Embroidered Sleeve," after A. Ramsay, by J. McArdell 

(Jones), £5 5s. 
" Portrait of a Lady," after Isabey, whole length, proof before any letters 

(Colnaghi), ;^iq igs. 
" Sylvia," after Peters, by J. Walker (Bihn), £2^ 13s. 
" Miss .Stephenson," after Peters, by W. Dickinson, uncut margin (Pollard), 

£21. 



May 12, 1908. 199 

" Lady Caroline Spencer," after Cosway, by W. Barney (Davis), £() igs. 6d. 
" Lord Sunderland " and " Lord Charles Spencer," after Cosway, by W. 

Barney (Colnaghi), £^2(1 5s. 
"Mr. King and Mrs. Baddeley," after Zoffany, by R. Earlom ; and "George 

in. and Family," by and after the same (Carter), £z 2s. 

" Lady Mulgrave," after Hoppner, by G. Clint ( ), £\ 53. 

" Mrs. Arbuthnot," after Hoppner, by S. W. Reynolds (Lauser), £i>, 4s. 

" Emily," after W. Owen, R.A., by C. Turner, full margin (Lauser), /,'s 55. 

" A Lady on a Couch," after Dubuffe, by S. \V. Reynolds, proof before 

letters (Rogers), £\ los. 
" Countess Maria and Countess Daria Czernichew " ; and " Countess 

Czernichew," after Drouais and Greuze, by Pether (Colnaghi), £-1,1 los. 

AFTER SIR J. REYNOLDS. 

' Lord Henry and Lady Charlotte Spencer," stipple, by J. Jones, in 

bistre (Widegren), £\ 15s. 
'Contemplation" (Mrs. Stanhope), by C. Watson; and the "Marlborough 

Family " (small plate), by C. Turner, proof (Lauser), £2. los. 
' The Inlant Academy," by F. Haward (Burn), £■}, 13s. 6d. 
'George, Marquis of Buckingham," by Basire, proof; and "Lord Cardiff," 

by E. Fisher (Widegren), i8s. 
' The Marquis of Tavistock," by J. Watson, second state (Parsons), £■},. 
' .Admiral Boscawen " (whole length), by J. Mc.\rdell (Parsons), £'i. 
' George III. " (whole length), by Dickinson and Watson, printed in colours 

(Watts), £t IS. 
' John, Marquis of Granby " (whole length), by J. Watson (Rimell), £2 los. 
' The Ladies Amabel and Jemima Yorke," by E. Fisher (Rimell), £1 los. 
'Miss Greenaway," by J. Watson; and "The Countess of Berkeley," by 

McArdell (Widegren), £1 12s. 
'Countess of Waldegrave," by McArdell; " Teresia Phillips" ; and "Nelly 

O'Brien," by Spooner (Sotheran), £2 14s. 
' Lady Elizabeth Keppel " (whole length), by E. Fisher (Parsons), £^ 4s. 
' Lady Caroline Howard " (whole length), by V. Green, with wide margin 

(Parsons), £2 3s. 
' Jane, Countess of Harrington " (whole length), by V. Green, second state 

(Sabin), ;^S2 los. 
' The Countess of Salisbury " (whole length), by V. Green, first state (Watts), 

£i05- 

'A St. Giles Beauty," after Benwell, by Bartolozzi, printed in red; and 

Another (Norris), £^ 5s. 
'' Hope and Fortune," after Cipriani, by Minasi, printed in colours (Norris), 

£2 2S. 

' Lady St. Asaph," after Hoppner, by C. Wilkin, proof before letters, in 

bistre (.Agnew), ;£'iq 8s. 6d. 
Lady Langham and Lady Charlotte Duncombe," after and by the same, 

in bistre (Norris), £8 iSs. 6d. 
Mrs. Darner and Mrs. Cosway," after Cosway, by Schiavonetti, printed 

in colours (Colnaghi), £.i2. 
The Elements," after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, a set of four, in colours 

(Leggatt), £2^ 3s. 
Mrs. Armstrong and Mrs. Fitzwilliam," by and after J. R. Smith ( ), 

£9 9S. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



" Garrick between Comedy and Tragedy," after Sir J. Reynolds, by E. 
Fisher (Watts), £4 4s. 

DRAWINGS. 

Singleton, H., R.A., " Portrait of a Lady, in Classic Costume " (Norris), 

Cosway, " A Lady Slerping " (Maggs), ;^s 5s. 

Cosway, "' A Lady as ' Comedy,' " with Cupid, in a landscape (Bell), ;^5 5s. 

THE FOLLOWING WERE SOLD BY ORDER OF EXECUTORS :— 

" Winter," after Wheatley " ; and " Spring," after Westall, by Bartolozzi, 

in bistre (Davis), £g 19s. 6d. 
" Cupids Sporting," after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, a pair, printed in colours 

(Rimell), £s ss. 
" Venus Bathing " and " Perseus and Andromeda," after and by the same, 

printed in colours (Andrade), £g 19s. 6d. 
" Narcissa " and " Flirtilla," by and after J. R. Smith, a pair, printed in 

colours (C. Davis), ;^52 los. 
" The Gamesters " and " The Fortune Teller," after Peters, by J. R. 

Smith, a pair, printed in colours (Potts), £y^ 14s. 
" A Lady, as a Peasant Girl, carrying a Child," after Cosway, by J. Agar, 

printed in colours (Strauss), £6 i6s. 6d. 
" Mrs. Hardinge and Son " (" The Fair Moralist "), after Cosway, by 

Bartolozzi, printed in colours (Andrade), .£^13 13s. 
" Mrs. Duff," after Cosway, by J. Agar, printed in colours (Strauss), £$ 5s. 
" Mrs. Tickell," after Cosway, by J. Cond^, printed in colours (Colnaghi), 

;^43 IS. 
" Mrs. Filzherbert," after Cosway, by J. Cond^, printed in colours (Christie), 

£38 17s. 
" Girls Dancing " and " Allegorical Female Figures," water-colour drawings, 

by .Adam Buck, a pair (C. Davis), ;^io los. 
" Lavinia, Countess Spencer," after Shee, by C. Turner, from the Royal 

Collection (.\gnew), £<) 19s. 6d. 
" Edward Chamberlayne," after Romney, by Jacobs (Agnew), ;£jii 12s. 

AFTER SIR J. REYNOLDS. 

" The Strawberry Girl," by T. Watson, proof (Oswald), ;£^io los. 

" Miss Mary Horneck," by R. Dumkarton (Watson), £n 14s. 

" Mrs. Bunbury," by j. Watson, with full margin (Parsons), £() 19s. 6d. 

" Lady Elizabeth Keppel " (whole length), by E. Fisher, second state (Maggs), 

£^5 4S- 6d. 
" The Countess of Salisbury " (whole length), by V. Green, second state 

(McGregor), ^84. 
" Miss Greville and Her Brother," by J. Mc.Ardell, first state, before any 

letters (McGregor), £n 14s. 
" Right Hon. J. Hely Hutchinson," by J. Watson, first published state 

(McGregor), £2 2S. 

THE PROPERTY OF A LADY. 

" Dormio Innocuus," after Kauffman, by W. Ryland ; and " Water," after 
Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, in red (Sabin), £•; ys. 



May 12, 1908. 20I 

" Cupid and Euphrosyne," after Kauflman, by T. Burke, proof in red 

(Watts), /:i3 13s. 
"Psyche" (Mrs. Paget^, after Hoppner, by H. Meyer; and One after 

Isabey, both printed in colours (Colnaghi), £^2. 
" General Kosciusko," after Cosway, by A. Cardon, printed in colours 

(Barnard), i6s. 
"Napoleon Buonaparte," after David, by R. Cooper, printed in colours 

(Parker), :os. 6d. 
" Right Hon. William Pitt," after W. Miller, by J. Murphy, finely printed 

in colours (Watts), ;^I5 15s. 
" The Road Side," after W. Owen, R.A., by W. Say, finely printed in 

colours (Sabin), ;£^IQ igs. 

The following were the property of John Muir Hether- 
ington, Esq., deceased, late of 19, Upper Grosvenor Street, 
W. Sold by order of the executors : — 

" Playmates," after H. Merle, by S. Cousins, R.A., artist's proof (Franklin), 

£.^ 14s. 6d. 
" Lady Peel," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A. (Franklin), 

;iC5 155. 6d. 
" Lady Lyndhurst " and " Miss Croker," after and by the same (Rimell), 

£3 13s. 6d. 
" Lady Dover and Child," after and by the same, proof (Leggatt), ;£q 19s. 6d. 
" Lady Harriet Clive," after and by the same, proof before letters (Maggs), 

£•3 13s- 6d. 
The Same, print state (Maggs), £^ 5s. 
" Countess Grey and Children," after and by the same, first published state 

(Vicars), £^^4 2s. 
" Countess Gower and Daughter," after and by the same (Grundy and 

Robinson), ;^ig gs. 
"Mrs. Siddons," after Reynolds, by H. Dawe; "The Infant Academy," 

after the same; and "Miss Murray," after Lawrence, proofs (Leggatt), 

£2 2S. 

OTHER PROPERTIES. 

Unframed. 

" Lady Acland and Children," after Sir Thos. Lawrence, by S. Cousins 

(Vicars), £^ 2s. 
" Samuel Lysons," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. W. Reynolds; and "The 

Right Hon. Robert Peel," after ditto, by C. Turner (Agnew), £6 63. 
" Countess Spencer," after Sir J. Reynolds, by F. Bartolozzi, stipple in 

brown (Green), £6 6s. 
" Miss Morris," as " Hope Nursing Love," after Sir J. Reynolds, by F. 

Fisher (Green), ;^i us. 6d. 
" Dancing Dogs," after G. Morland, by T. Gaugain, in colours (Williams), 

£2q 8s. 
" Town," after Singleton, by T. Cheesman, printed in colours (Jacobson), 

£1 i6s. 
" Cries of London," after Wheatley. open letter proofs, with full margins — 
" Sweet China Oranges " and " New Mackerel," by Schiavonetti (I^eggatt), 

;^i6 ss. 6d. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



" Knives, Scissors, and Razors," and " Fresh Gathered Peas," by Vendramini 

(Leggatt), ^11 MS. 
" Scarlet Strawberries " and " Hot Spiced Gingerbread," by Vendramini 

(Leggatt), £ii 4s. 6d. 
" A New Love Song," by A. Cardon (Leggatt)j £7 7s. 
" Turnips and Carrots," by T. Gaugain (Leggatt), ;£J^i7 6s. 6d. 

Framed. 
" L'Amour Espagnol," after Le Prince, by St. Aubin (Davis), £5 5s. 
" Le Bal Masqu^," by J. M. Moreau, le jeune (Davis), £16 i6s. 
" Mrs. Edwards," after Lawranson, by J. Jones (Ellis and Smith), £22 is. 
" Lavinia, Countess Spencer," after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. Cousins, R.A., 

artist's proof (Powell), £^ 4s. 
" Hon. Miss Bingham," by and after the same, artist's proof (Vicars), 

£10 los. 
" Lady Charlotte Duncombe," after Hoppner, by C. Wilkin, open letter proof 

(Lauser), £5 153. 6d. 
" Lady Harriet Herbert," after Sir J. Reynolds, by V. Green (W. Sabin), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 
" Lady Selina Hastings," after ditto, by C. Spooner (Rimell), £;i 3s. 
" The Beauties of Bagnigge Wells," by R. Sayer (Rimell), £2 3s. 
" Sir High Crowned Empty Skull," proof; and " Lady Time Present and 

Lady Time Past " (Rimell), £^ 3s. 
" Mrs. Q.," after Huet Villiers, by W. Blake, printed in colours (Mason), 

;/ri6 i6s. 
" Lady Louisa Manners," after Sir J. Reynolds (whole length), by V. Green, 

with wide margin (Nevill), £25 14s. 
" Lady Nuneham " (whole length), after Falconet, by V. Green, proof 

(Nevill), ;^i8 i8s. 
" Miss Penelope Boothby," after .Sir ]. Reynolds, by T. Park, etched letter 

proof (Watson), £y 7s. 
" The Countess of Derby," after Sir T. Lawrence, by F'. Bartolozzi, stipple, 

printed in colours (Colnaghi), j£,"iio Ss. 
Lady Hamilton as " A Bacchante," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. R. Smith, 

printed in colours (W. Sabin), £^ 15s. 6d. 
" Card Players " (the Opie Family), after Opie, by J. Dean, printed in 

colours (F. Daniell), ;£?48 6s. 
" The Setting Sun " (the Godsall Children), after Hoppner, by J. Young, 

printed in colours (Rose), ;£ri6 i6s. 
" A Poultry Market " and " A Vegetable Market," after J. Ward, by James 

and Wm. Ward, a pair, finely printed in colours (Joyse), £^i los. 
" Rubbing Down the Cart-Horse " and " Watering the Cart-Horse, " after G. 

Morland, by J. R. Smith, a pair, finely printed in colours (Vokins), 

£iZ 13s- 
Cries of London : " A New Love Song," after Wheatley, by A. Cardon, 

printed in colours (Sabin), ^£^36 iss. 
Ditto : " Fresh Gathered Peas," after ditto, by Vendramini, printed in 

colours (Colnaghi), £■^2 lis. 
" Education," after Singleton, by W. Bond, printed in colours (Parsons), 

£2 2S. 

" The Deserter," after Morland, by G. Keating, the set of four printed in 
colours (Feldwicke), £31 10s. 



May, 15, igo8. 203 



May 15, 1908. The following were sold by order of the 
executrix of Hermann Zoeppritz, Esq., deceased, late of i, 
Orsett Terrace, W. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

Constable, J., R.A., " River Scene," sf X 9 (Heigham), £y 15s. 

Corot, J. B. C, " Woody Landscape," g X 15 (Wagner), £6 6s. 

Cox, D., " Common Scene, with Cattle," £ x 6J (Cohen), £i. 

Nasmyth, P., " Bridge over a Highland River," 6J x SJ (Permain), ;£^I9 igs. 



PICTURES BY OLD MASTERS. 

DUTCH AND FLEMISH SCHOOLS. 

" Flowers, Fruit, and Still Life, in a Garden," 53J x 73^ (Cohen), ;^i8 i8s. 
" Portrait of an Officer," 27 x 18 (Cohen), ;^6o i8s. 
Both, J., " Woody River Scene," 31J x 395 (Glen), ;£^i4 14s. 
Bruyn, B., " Portrait of a Gentleman," 14 x :i (Douglas), ;^24 3s. 
Cuyp, A., " Landscape," 13^ x 20 (Parsons), ;^io los. 
Decker, C. G., " Woody River Scene," 14J: x 14^ (Parsons), £6 6s. 
Elsheimer, A., " Ceres Drinking from a Pitcher," iif x 9 (DowdeswellX 

£6 i6s. 6d. 
Goyen, J. Van, " River Scene," 16 x 28 (Dowdeswell), £ys 12s. 
Jardin, K. Du, " Landscape," 15 x 18^ (Prestoni, ;^8 i8s. 6d. 
Mieris, W. Van, " A Gentleman Tuning a Violin," 7i x si (Cohen), £iy 17s. 
Molenaer, K., " River Scene," 14 x 13^ (Cohen), £y 17s. 6d. 
Neer, A. Van der, " River Scene : Moonlight," 75 x 10 (Glen), £25 i4». 
Netscher, G., " Portrait of a Lady," 18 x 15 (Bohler), ;^79 i6s. 
Ostade, A, Van, " The Interior of a Cabaret," 17^ x 22i, from the Collection 

of the Duke of Cleveland, 1902 (Dowdeswell), ;^336. 
Ostade, I. Van, " Frozen River Scene," 14 x 18 (Cohen), £^ 5s. 
Poelenburg, C, " Landscape," iij X 15 (CoUings), ;^i8 i8s. 
Rembrandt, " Head of an Old Man," loi X g^ (Abraham), £^ 4s. 
Rottenhammer, "The Calling of Peter," on alabaster, n x 15 (Gooden and 

Fox), £i) 9s. 
Ruysdael, J., " Woody Landscape," 21J x 25 (Glen). ;^36 15s. 
Ruysdael, J., " Woody River Scene," 5x6 (S* .eletskie), ;^s ss. 
Saftleven, H., " Mountainous River Scene," 6x7 (Cohen), £13 13s. 
Tanssens, P., " The Interior of an .^partm':.,it," igj x 18 (Abraham), ^105. 
Teniers, D., " A Kitchen Interior," 12J x 17J (Smith's " Catalogue 

Raisonn^," No. 517, p. 397) (Agnew), ;£'2io. 
Dyck, Van, " Head of a Cavalier," iij x S\ (Moir), ^25 4s. 
Velde, A. Van de, ' Landscape," 11 by 13^ (Colling), £6 6s. 
Verboom, A., and Lingelbach, J., " Woody Road Scene," i8| x asi (Parsons), 

£q gs. 
Weyden, R. Van der, " The Madonna and Child Enthroned," gi x 7 

Dowdeswell), £6^0. 
Wouvprman, P., " The Beach at Scheveningen," g x I2i (Robinson), £15 15s. 
Wynants, J., " A Winding Road," 10 x 74 (Colnaghi), £43. 



204 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



ITALIAN SCHOOL. 

Guardi, F., "An Island near Venice," 7 x gf (Salins), ;^i2 12s. 
Guard!, F., " A Bridge over a Canal," 3J x si (Longley), £s SS- 
D'Oggionno, Marco, " The Infant Christ and Saint John," 9^ x 125 (Parsons), 

£2 2S. 

Pannini, P., " Roman Ruins and Figures," 38 x 48 (Parsons), ;^19 19s. 

Petrini, Gian, " The Madonna," 27 x 195 (Purdie), £^2. 

Sarto, A. Del, " The Madonna," 27 x 20 (Dunn), £S 8s. 

Tintoretto, " Portrait of a Senator," 18J x 155 (A. Smith), £2 is. 

FRENCH SCHOOL. 

Lorraine, Claude, " Woody Lanscape," 20^ x 17 (Dr. Waagen's Art 
Treasures," \'oL 11, p. 294), engraved in the " Liber Veritatis," 
(Dowdeswell), £^y 16s. 

Fragonard, J. H.. " Portrait of a Lady," 31 x 245 (C. Davis), ;^8g ss. 

Lancret, " Fetes Champetres," a pair, 135 x 23 (Parsons), £16 i6s. 

EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

" A Lady," as a " Bacchante," 28 x 23 (Renton), £21 los. 

" Woody Landscape," 19 x 235 (.Savory), £8 Ss. 

Opie, J., R.A., " Portrait of a Lady," 29 x 24 (Bohler), £iiy 5s. 

DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 

DRAWINGS. 

Downman, J., A.R.A., 1789, " Portrait of W. R. Gilbert, Esq.," oval, 8 x 6j 

(Miss Gilbert), ;^39 i8s. 
Morland, H., " Portrait of Dr. Hurst," and " Portrait of Mrs. Hurst," a 

pair, pastels, oval, 95 x 7j (Hanbury), £iy 17s. 

PICTURES. 

Fyt, J., " A Fox Killing a Goose," 30 x 47 (Watson), £y 7s. 
Velde, A. Van de, " Peasants and .Animals," 21J x 27 (Bale), £6 6s. 
Wilson, R., R.A., " Landscape," 14 x 195 (Siebert), ;£'io los. 
Cuyp, " Head of a Lady," iSs X 125 (Watson), ;£i2 12s. 
Tilborch, G., " A Toper, with a jug and glass," 10 X 9 (Preston), ;{Jio 10s. 
Camphuysen, " A Peasant Family," 18 x 24 (Goudstikker), ;^35 14s. 
David, J. L., " Portrait of the Marquis di Vinci," 61 X 49 (Moir), ;£,"i5 155. 
Keyset, T. De, " Portrait of a Gentleman," gf x by 7J (Colnaghi), ;^ii5 los 
Oudry, J. B., 1725, " .A Pointer and a Partridge," 48 x 59 (L. Davis), 

^8 183. 6d. 
Nasmyth, P., " Woody Road Scene," 27 x 35 (Redford), £2() iSs. 
Bleecker, C. H., " Rustic Lovers," 37J x 50 (Graham), £iS i8s. 
Weenix, J. B., " Dead Birds in a Garden," 34 x 27J (Mallmann), ;^27 6s. 
Goyen, J. Van, " The Beach at Scheveningen," :4j X 193 (Parsons), ;£J86 2s. 
Goyen, J. Van, " River Scene " and " A Landscape," a pair, oval. J5J x 20V 

(Biihlerl, ;£^73 los. 
Teniers, " The Interior of a Shed," 13 x 12 (Richardson), ;^I2 12s. 
Early English, " Portrait of Mrs. Townley," 21 x 17 (Durlacher), ^£^54 12s. 
Cuyp, " A .Milkmaid and Three Cows," 36^ X 58 (Canon Lambert), ;^i6 i6s. 
Rubens, " The Artist's Son," 42 x 294 (Gooden and Fox). £52 los. 



May 15, 1908. 205 

Italian School, " The Madonna and Child," 23 x 18 (Bohler), ;£^36 155. 
Hayman F., R.A., " Ladies and Gentlemen seated in a Garden," 27J x 36 

(Wood), £g gd. 
Hondecoeter, " Cocks Fighting," 41 x 49 (FordJ, £^3? los. 
Stark, J., " Woody Landscape," 17J x 23^ (Morson), £S^. 
Nasmyth, " Leigh Woods, near Bristol," 27 x 391 (Holmes), ^^27 6s. 
Constable, J., R.A., " On the Stour," 8f x 105 (Longley), £^ 4s. 
Wheatley, F., R.A., " Cymon and Iphigenia," oval, gj x itJ (A. Smith), 

£26 5s. 
Dutch School, " Smelling," " Hearing," and " Seeing," a set of three, 35 x 

28 (Parsons), £6 6s. 
Wilson, R., R.-'V., " River Scene," 15I x igj (Longley), ^Tio los. 
Rubens, " Summer : A Landscape," i8j x 27J (Mallmann), ;^30 9s. 
Constable, J., R..^., " River Scene, with Buildings, Figures, and Boats," 

7 X 10 (Leggatt), ;^i8 i8s. 
Constable, J., R..'\., " River Scene, with a clump of trees on the right," 

7 X 10 (Colnaghi), ;^i6 i6s. 
Rubens, P. P., " Landscape," I5j x 23 (Pfungst), ;^3g i8s. 
Terburg, G., " Portrait of a Gentleman," 29 x 22 (Cohen), ;^2io. 
Witte, G. De, ' The Meeting of Jacob and Esau," 23I by 33 (Parsons), ;£r26 5s. 
Italian School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 13 x loj (Buttery), ;^I3I 55. 
Stark, J., " Woody Road Scene," 131 x i6j (Watson), ;£ji78 los. 
Dyck, Van, "Portrait of a Gentleman," 46 x 365 (Mrs. Wheeler), £16 i6s. 
Murillo, B. E., "The Immaculate Conception," 81 X 54 (A. Smith), £jj iis. 
Beechey, Sir W., R.A., "Portrait of a Ladv," 49 x 39 (Bohler), ;£riiS .'os. 
Romney, G., " Portrait of a Lady," oval, 29 x 24^ (Wyatt), ;£'2i. 
Herring, J. F., Sen., 1824, " Sportsmen and Dogs," 40 x S7j (Canon 

Lambert), ;^3i los. 
Early English, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 35 X 265 (Horton), ;^i6 16s. 
Nasmyth, P., " River Scene," 235 x 295 (Wood), ;£j2i. 

Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " The Strawberry Girl," 27 x 23 (Vaughan), £42. 
Early English, " Portrait of a Lady," 29 x 24 (Parsons), £i4y. 
Rembrandt, Van Rhyn, " A Philosopher Writing," on panel, 55x5 (Smith's 
" Catalogue Raisonn^," No. 185) (Durlacher), ;£,"3iS. 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 

PICTURES. 
Garofalo, " A Sibyl Revealing to Augustus the Mystery of the Incarnation," 

25 X i6 (Bohler), ^"8i i8s. 
Pinturicchio, B., " .\n Evangelist and Two Saints," 161 x 121 (Bohler), 

^31 103. 

Venetiano, Carlo, " The Death of the Virgin," on copper, i6f x loj 
(Laurence), ;£r2i. 

The following- were sold by order of the executors of Miss 
Guthrie Wright, deceased, late of 2, Lansdowne Crescent, 
Edinburgh, in aid of the funds of the Scottish Council of 
the Queen Victoria Jubilee Institute for Nurses : — 

PASTEL. 
Skirving, A., " Portrait of Mrs. Euphan Guthrie Wright," aj K iS (Agnew), 
£S2 los. 



2o6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



PICTURES. 
Early English, " Portrait of Mrs. Anastatia Bonar, daughter of Dr. Matthew 

Guthrie," 29 x 24 (Thorne), ;£^iio SS. 
Raeburn. Sir H., R.A., " Portrait of Harie Guthrie, Esq., Historian," 

35 ^ 27i (Verity), ;!^262 los. 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 

PICTURES. 

Hanneman, A., " Portrait of Henrietta, Duchess of Orleans, Daughter of 

Charles I.," 44 X 355 (Hawes and Son), ^^44 2S. 
Vigee Le Brun, Madame, " Portrait of Madame Vestris," 35^ x 27^ (L. 

Davis), ^157 IDS. 
Romney, G., " Portrait of Mrs. Clarke," 2q x 24 (Hawes and Son), ^£^'44 2s. 

The following were the property of the Right Hon. the 
Earl of Clarendon, G.C.B., G.C.V.O. :— 

PICTURES. 
Guardi, F., " Classical Ruins," a pair, 8J x 6J (Colnaghi), £g2 8s. 
Guardi, F., " An Interior " and " A Ruined Archway," a pair, 83 x 61 

(Colnaghi), £S<) 5s. 
Guardi, P., " The Courtyard of a Convent " and " The Courtyard of a 

Palace;" a pair, 85 x 6^ (Colnaghi), ;^I36 los. 
Mabuse, "The Madonna," 17 X 13 (Partridge), £^0 8s. 
Voson, D. , " Portrait of a Gentleman," 23 x 20 (Hargitt), ^23 2s. 

The following Spanish pictures were purchased by the 
Fourth Earl of Clarendon when Ambassador at Madrid, 
1833—9 :— 

Spanish School, " A Priest and Figures at the Door of a Church," 49 X 39 

(A. Smith), ^'21. 
Goya, F. J., " Portrait of Pepe Illo," a celebrated bullfighter, 245 x 19 

(Colnaghi), ^546. 
Goya, F. J., "Portrait of Count Florida Blanca," 18J X 14! (Wynne), ;^2 10. 
Goya, F. J., " The Last Parting on the Scaffold," 13J x 10 (Douglas), 

£71 8s. 
Goya, F. J., " The Capture of the Diligence," 21 x 17 (Colnaghi), £6^. 
Murillo, B. E., " Saint Joseph," 38^ x 31J (Francis), £213- 
Murillo, " The Head of John the Baptist in a Charger," ig\ x 245 (Stirling's 

" .Annals of the Artists of Spain," iii. 1427) (Parsons), £s S^- 
Ribera, J., " Portrait of a Scholar," 49 x 35 (Pool), ;,£^2i. 
Ribera, J., " Portrait of a Mathematician," 49 X 35 (Moir), £^1 los. 
Velasquez, Diego, " A View in the Park of Pardo," 74 x 60 (Curtis 

" Velasquez and Murillo," No. 58, and Stirling's " Annals of the Artists 

of Spain," ii. 683) (Pool), ;£J^2io. 
Velasquez, Diego, " Portrait of Torquemada " (?), 26J x 22 (Curtis' 

" Velasquez and Murillo," No. 193 C, and Stirling's " AonaU of the 

Artists of Spain," iii. 1404) (Buttery), £n'i 15s. 



May 15, 1908. 207 

THE PROPERTY OF A NOBLEMAN. 

PICTURES. 

"The Market-PIace at Calais," 13 X I7i (Gladstone), £8 8s. 

" Landscape," 18 x 24 (Huggins), £2 3^- 

Barret, " Wood Scene," 14 x iij (Stolberg), £1 8s. 

Bergen, D. Van, " Jacob Journeying to Meet Esau," 25 x 30 (Parsons), 

£6 6s. 
Blake, B., 1823, " Cottage Interior," 15 X 19 (Heigham), ;£72i. 
Breughel, J., " Landscapes," a pair, on copper, oval, si X 6| (Cohen), £6 6s. 
Breughel, J., " River Scene," ig X 13 (Stolberg), £7 17s. 6d. 
Carr^, M., " \n Italian Landscape," 34^ X 27 (Nash). £3 13s. 6d. 
Cawse, J., " The Goose and Golden Eggs," 23 x 29J (L. Davies), £-3 13s. 6d. 
Domenichino, " Woody River Scenes," a pair, on copper, 8J in. circle 

(Stolberg). £2, 3S- 
Dutch School, " A Village, on the Bank of a River," 24J X 40 (Gladstone), 

;£7lO lOS. 

Dutch School, " A Hunting Party," 25 X 31^ (Mrs. Wheeler), £g gs. 
Dutch School, " A Group of Merrymakers," 31 X 38^ (Van Slochem), £2 2S. 

(Parsons), £& 8s. 
" A Group of Merrymakers," 31 X 38^ (Van Slochem), £2 2b. 
Francks, F., ' .Moses Striking the Rock," 20J X 36J (Parsons), £g gs. 
Ghisolfi, G., " Roman Ruins and Figures," 26^ x 34 (Durlacher), ;^i7 17s. 
Huysman, " A Woody Stream," 29 x 24 (Becker), £2 12s. 6d. 
Koning, L. De, " River Scenes," a pair, 17J x 23! (Collings), £n 43. 
Nasmyth, P., 1823, " Landscape," loj x 14 (Shepherd), ;^48 6s. 
Neer, A. Van Der, " Woodv River Scene," 25 x 34 (Lewis and Simmons), 

^672. 
Netscher, G., " Portrait of a Gentleman " and " Portrait of a Lady," a pair, 

20 X 16 (Willisl, ;£r73 los. 
Pannini School, " Ruins and Figures," a pair, 33 x 38^ (Parsons), ;£7ii lis. 
Penny, Van De, " .An Interior," 265 x 22^ (Holmes), ^£"15 15s. 
Pethar, S., 1823, " Vesuvius at Night," I2f x is| (Nash), £1 ss. 
Rathbone, J., and Ibbetson, J. C, " Woody Landscape," 155 x 20 (Wills), 

£:i 13s. 6d. 
RathBone, J., and Ibbetson, J. C, " A View on the South Coast," 12 x i6i 

(Parsons), £7 17s. 6d. 
Schalcken, G., " Interior of a Foundry," 25i x 23 (Parsons), £q gs. 
Smith, G. (of Chichester), " Frozen River Scene," 12^ x 16^ (Harries), 

£3 3S- 
Storck, A., " Harbour Scene," 20 X 26 (Repton), £2^ 4s. 
Towne, C., " Milking-Time," 22 x 305 (Harries), £s 5S. 
Velde, A. Van De, " Landscape," 22 x 26J (Cocksedge), £z 3s. 
Vries, R. De, " Woody River Scene," 2g x 25^ (Huggins), ;£:42. 
Ward, J., R.A., "A Farmyard," 17J x 23J (Shepherd), j{722 is. 
Wilson, " River Scene," 33 X 43 (Harries), £1 los. 
Wouverman, " Soldiers at a Booth," 18J x 23^ (Madeline), £5 5s. 



2o8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



May 21, 1908 (First Day's Sale). The collection of 
modern pictures and water colour drawings of the EngUsh 
and Continental schools, and works by early English 
masters, of Humphrey Roberts, Esq., deceased, late of 8, 
Queen's Gate Place, S.W. 

MODERN ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

PICTURES. 

Bonington, R. P., " On the Coast cf Normandy," 8J x 12^, Burlington 

House, 1906 (Gooden & Fox), ^y^ los. 
Bonington, R. P., " A Calm, with shipping," 13^ x gj (Permain), £g^ los. 
Bonington, R. P., " Coast Scene," :3j 5< 175 (Agnew), ;^io5. 
Boiighton, G. H., R.-A., " A Dutch Lady, walking on the ice," 13J x SJ 

(Agnew), £27 6s. 
Clausen, G., R.A., 1888, "A Little Child: Innocence," 13J x ni (Wilson), 

Collins, W., R.A., " Cromer Sands," 7 x 9J (\\'aHis), ;£,"33 12s. 
Collins, W., R.A., 1824, " Hastings," 95 x 125 (Agnew), ;^i47. 
Constable, J., R.A., " The Opening of Waterloo Bridge by George IV.," 17J x 

32 (Reid), ;i£;i,iS5. 
Constable, J., R.A., " Brighton Beach," 12J x igi (Clark), £556 los. 
Constable, J., R.A., " A View of a Farm," iij x 155 (Gooden & Fox), ;^336. 
Constable, J., R.A., " Chessil Beach : Weymouth Bav," i2f x igj (Agnew), 

Constable, J., R.A., " Near Dedham," iij x 2ij (Mills), ;£^42. 
Constable, J., R..\., " 1-andscape," 85 x 115 (Naumann), £^0 8s. 
Constable, J., R.A., " In Dedham Vale," 7^ x io| (Agnew), ;^42. 
Constable, J., R.A., " Dedham Lock," 7i X 6 (Agnew), £6^. 
Constable, J., R..^., " Forest Scene," 12^ x 93 (Naumann), ;£ri8 i8s. 
Constable, J., R.A., " View in Sussex," 85 x lof (Sykes), ^£733 12s. 
Constable, J., R.A., " Landscape," 8 x loj (Agnew), ;£^68 55. 
Constable, J., R.A.. " A Road across a Common," 6j x 115 (Bromilow), 

£^5 iSs. 
Constable, J., R.A., " A Park Scene," 6 X 8| (Naumann), £i& iSs. 
Constable, J., R.A., " A Park Scene, with a lady seated," si X 6 (Lefevre), 

£33 I2S. 
Cotman, J. S., " Yarmouth : squall coming on," 20 x 32 (Gooden & Fox), 

j£^44 2S. 
Cotman, J. S., " A Viesv ofif the Coast," 27 x 35 (Agnew), ;^73 10s. 
Cotman, J. S., " Landscape," 235 X 35 (T. Permain), ;^29 8s. 
Cotman, J. S., " Hilly Landscape," 26J x 355 (W. Permain), ;£ji68. 
Cotman, J. S., " River Scene," 19 x 29 (Sykes), ;^28 7s. 
Cotman, J. S., " Sea Piece," 16 x igj (Sykes), ;^23 2S. 
Cotman, J. S., " Sea Piece, with a fishing-boat in a strong breeze," gj x 12I 

(Paris), ^727 6s. 
Cox, D., " Penmaenmawr," 17^ x 25 (Gooden & Fox), £42. 
Cox, D., " The Setting Sun," loj x 13 (Agnew), .^294. 
Cox, D., 1848, " Rain, Wind, and Steam," i2j x zoj (Agnew), £1^6 los. 



May 21, 1908. 209 

Cox, D., 1853 " Common Scene," gj x 12J (Agnew), ^52 los. 

Cox, D., " Moorland Scene," qj x I3i (Austen), ;£j2i. 

Fielding, C, 1840, " View over the Downs," i6i X 23i (W. Permain), 

£\2,i> los. 
Fielding, C, " View near Lindfield," 7J X n (Leggatt), jQyi 12s. 
Goodwin, A., 1877, " The Toiler's Return," 36 X SS (H. Harris), £,^(i 14s. 
Goodwin, A., 1879, " Youth is full of sport. Age's breath is short," 36 X 55 

(Cooke), ;6"73 los. 
Goodwin, A., IQ02, " Christchurch, Hants," 23! x 35^ (Mortimer), ;^78 iss. 
Goodwin, A., i8g8, " Weed-Burning," 31J x 42^ (Agnew), £,%i 10s. 
Goodwin, A., i8qo, " Lincoln : Stormy Sunset," 30 x 42 (Leggatt), jQ'ji 8s. 
Goodwin, A., 1896, " Westminster : Sunset," 36 X 55 (Leggatt), £;(>■] 4s. 
Goodwin, A., 1898, " St. Paul's," 36 X 55 (Wallis), £,-]s, 12s. 
Goodwin, A., 1897, " The Tower of London," 36 x 55 (Gooden & Fox), 

£Ti 10s. 
Goodwin, \.., 1S05, " The Fisherman's Chapel," 23J x 35 (Widegren), ;£,"33 12s. 
Goodwin, A., " Lincoln after Sunset," 175 x 37 (Leggatt), £,2^ 8s. 
Goodwin, A., 1901, " Westminster : Sunset," I2j x iq (F. A. Socy,) ;^29 8s. 
Goodwin, A., igoi, " Venice : Sunset," 12 X 17 (Methven), ), ;^3i los. 
Holland, J., 1845, " .A Narrow Canal, Venice," 185 x i2j (Permain), £■]?, 153. 
Holland, J., " Venice : Moonlight," 175 in. circle (Wallis), £,(>^ is. 
Holland, J., " The Dogana and Santa Maria Delia Salute, Venice : Moon- 
rise," 7 in. circle (Agnew), ;^iis los. 
Holland, J., " The Dogana, Venice," 10 in. circle (Leggatt), ;^39 i8s. 
Holland, J., " The Piazzetta, Venice," 10 in. circle (Eyles), ;£^52 los. 
Holland, J., " San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice," sJ x 9! (Eyles), £,tfl ids. 
Holland, J., " The High Altar, Milan Cathedral," 8^ x si (Sykes), £\i, i8s. 
Hunt, A. W., " Early Morning Mists Rising from Loch Maree," 41 x 71 

(Leggatt), £:i83 15s. 
Hunt, A. W., " Robin Hood's Bay," 35 x 52 (Leggatt), ^^"54 12s. 
Lewis, J. F., R.A., 1868, " An Albanian Lady," 13^ X gi (Gooden & Fox), 

£->l us. 
Linnell, J., Sen., 1853, " A Coming Storm," 7, X 9 (Ogston), ;^84. 
Macbeth, R. W., R.A., 1881, " The Ferry Inn," 135 x 30 (Vokins), ;^i20 153. 
Mason, G., A.R.A., " Landscape in Derbyshire : Evening," 17J x 36^ (Agnew), 

^£462. 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 1868, "Stella," 44 x 36, engraved by T. L. 

Atkinson (.'^gnew), ;£Ji,io2 los. 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R..\., i86g, " The Gambler's Wife," 34 x 15, engraved by 

C. Waltner (Gooden & Fox), ;^2,205 . 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 1862, " The White Cockade," 23J x 17, engraved 

by G. Zobel (Agnew), ;£,"i,i02 los. 
Millias, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 1S90, " The Moon is up, and yet it is not Night," 

40 X 65 (Scott, Fowles & Co.), £<)<)^ los. 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., " Landscape," %\ x 12J (Naumann), ;^39 18s. 
Moore, H., R..'\., i8go, " Rough Weather outside Poole," 23J x 395 (Clark), 

Miiller, W., 1841, " A Sandy Road," 9 x 13J (Agnew), £^2 los. 
Mulready, W., R..A., " Landscape," I2j x :6 (Wallis), £i-j 17s. 
Orchardson, W. Q., R.A., 1879, " Hard Hit," 33 x 48J, engraved by 

Champollion (Scott, Fowles & Co.), ;^3,465. 
Orchardson, W. Q., R.A., 1893, " Music, when sweet voices die, vibrates in 

the memory," 39^ x 31 (Agnew), ;^336. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Orchardson, W. O., R.A., 1886, " A Tender Chord," 34J x 28J (Wallis), 

£430 lOS. 
Orchardson, W. Q., R.A., 1874, " Escaped," 39 X 49 (Clark), £5^6. 
Pinwell, G. J., " The Sisters," 75 x sJ (Bromilow), £j^ 15s. 
Riviere, Briton, R.A., 1876, " A Stern Chase is always a Long Chase," 

36 x 71 (Clark), ^"315. 
Stark, J., "A Road through a Wood," 18 X 21J (A. Smith), ;£'n5 los. 
Stark, J., " Woody Road Scene," 145 x 19 (Gooden & Fox), ;£,I57 los. 
Stark, J., " A Woody Road Scene, with a peasant driving sheep, etc.," 

15! X 2 Is (Naumann), ;^52 los. 
Stark, J., " The Outskirts of a Wood," 135 x 175 (Naumann), £^2 los. 
Stark, J., " Landscape," loj x 145 (Agnew), ;^23i. 
Stark, J., " Woody Road Scene," 175 x 265 (Naumann), £6^. 
Stark, J., " Woody Landscape, with wood-cutters, etc.," 165 X 25 (Naumann), 

;£^57 iSS- 
Stark, J., "Woody Landscape, with a cottage, etc.," 9 x 13 (Marzetti)i 

£3^ 15s- 
Stark, J., " Woody Stream," 6x9! (Johnson), £2$ 7s. 
Stark, J., " A Lane in Norfolk," 75 X 85 (Naumann), £^^6 155 
Stott, Edward, A.R.A., 1902, " A Moonlight Idyl," igf x 27J (Harris), £<^ 12s. 
Swan, J. M., R.A., 1898, " A Broken .Solitude," 20 X 48 (Wallis), ;^273. 
Swan, J. M., R.A., " Christmas Minstrels in the Sixteenth Century," 7i X 6 

(Drucker), ;£j2i. 
Swan, J. M., R.A., 1890, " The Piping Fisher-Boy," 12 x 16 (Gooden & Fox), 

£30^ 103. 

Taylor, L. Campbell, 1906, " Place St. Etienne, Meaux," 27J x 35^ 

(Bromilow), £^7 16s. 
Taylor, L. Campbell, 1905, " Una and the Red Cross Knight," 37J x 29J 

(Gooden & Fox), ;^i3i ss. 
Taylor, L. Campbell, 1904, " Old King Cole," 13J x 253 (Sampson), £^y 5s. 
Taylor, L. Campbell, 1904, " The Old Boatman," 15I x 23 (Agnew), ;^84. 
Taylor, L. Campbell, 1907, " The Devil's Punch Bowl, Hindhead," 13I x 19! 

(Wallis), ^31 los. 
Taylor, L. Campbell, 1904, " Margate Harbour," igj X 29J (Rolfe), ;^2i. 
Taylor, L. Campbell, 1907, " The Rehearsal," 33^ x 40 (Evans), ;^78 iss. 
Taylor, L. Campbell, 1905, " The Canal : Sunset after rain," 27J x 3Si 

(Agnew), ^52 los. 
Taylor, L. Campbell, 1906, " Battledore," 9I x 13J (Agnew), £^4 los. 
Taylor, L. Campbell, " The Young Knight," 32 x 4Si, Liverpool, 1907 

(Gooden & Fox), ^iio 5s. 
Taylor, L. Campbell, 1902, " The Rivals," 9^ x 12J (Evans), ;£^44 2S. 
Taylor, L. Campbell, 1905, " Chess," 5 X gi (Amor), £s8 i6s. 
Taylor, L. Campbell, 1900, " Triumph," 4 x 75 (C. Davis), £22 iis. 
Taylor, L. Campbell, " The Sisters," 14 x 20 (.Agnew), £sy 153. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " The Trossachs," 25 x 39 (.Agnew), ;£j2io. 
Walker, F., A.R.A., " The Plough," 16J x 24 (.^gnew), ;£;42o. 
Watts, G. F., R.A., 1881, " Pretty Lucy Bond," 23^ x 19^ (Agnew), ;£;s77 los. 
Watts, G. F., R..A., 1899, " Loch Ness," 35^ x 27J (Agnew), £^72 los. 
Webster, A. G., 1896, " Altar of St. Leonard, in a Brabant Church," iij x 

9I (Rolfe), iTii IIS. 
Wint, P. de, " Borrowdale," 31J X 41! (T. Permain), £S^. 
Wint, P. de, " Woody Road Scene," 29! x 24J (Shepherd), £$2 los. 
Wint, P. de, " Windsor Castle," 8| x 14I (Darling), £31 los. 



May 22, 1908. 



May 22, 1908 (Second Day's Sale). 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 

DRAWINGS. 

Bosboom, J., " The Interior of a Dutch Church," lo x 7i (Reid), ^■^S 15s. 
Bosboom, J., " The Interior of a Church," 7i X 5 (Paterson), £^2 ids. 
L'Hermitte, L., " Spring Time," paste!, 13^ x i/i (Boussod & Valadon), 

162 15s. 
L'Hermitte, L., " Near the Village : Evening," pastel, 13 x 17 (Wallis), £i6S. 
Mauve, A., " Dutch Landscape," I2| x 20 (Raphael), £1$^ 5s. 
Mauve, A., " Landscape," 6j x iij (Agnew), ;{J35i 15s. 
Sidaner, H. Le, " La Table," black and white, 12J x isJ (Marchant), 



;£;ii IIS. 



PICTURES. 



Bock, Th. de, " Landscape," 16 x 21^ (Connell), £^ 15s. 

Bosboom, J., " The Interior of a Church," 7^ x 5i (Cremetti), /^^^ t2S. 

Breton, Jules, 1889, " The Cape of .Antibes," i6i x 24J (Bernheim), ;£jiis loi. 

Cazin, J. C, " The Fisherman's Wife," 20$ x 25 (Cremetti), £y^ los. 

Cazin, J. C, " Landscape," 14I x 17! (Agnew), ;^304 los. 

Cazin, J. C, " View near a Farm," 12J x 151 (Wallis), ;6378. 

Cazin, J. C, " Near Boulogne," 85 x 107 (.\gnew), ;/"52 los. 

Clays, P. J., " Fishing-Boats on a River," 10 x 13! (Clark), £8q 55. 

Corot, J. B. C, " The Edge of a Wood," 20J x 25 (Agnew), ^£'2,257 los. 

Corot, J. B. C, " A Quiet Lane," 15 x 2ij (Wallis), ;iJ^892 los. 

Corot, J. B. C, " Landscape," 10 x 225 (Connell), ^^1,470. 

Corot, J. B. C, " Woody Landscape," 8^ x 13J (Cremetti), ;£^2io. 

Corot, J. B. C, " A Forest Glade," 12J x gi (.\gnew), ;^"630. 

Corot, J. B. C, " Landscape," 13^ x 8| (Ogston), £2^3 'os. 

Corot, J. B. C, " A Woody Stream," 12 x g (Ogston), ;6735- 

Corot, J. B. C, " Sunshine and Vapour," gi x 14 (Wallis), ;£^4ao. 

Corot, J. B. C, " Landscape," 7J x 5 (Agnew), ;^47 5s. 

Daubigny, C. F., 1864, " A Village, with a church on the bank of a river," 

13 J X 21 (Robson), ;£'63o. 
Daubigny, C. F., 1865, " River Scene," Jo X i8i (Boyd), ;^io5. 
Daubigny, C. F., " Woody River Scene," 7J x I2i (Wallis), ;^78 155. 
Daubigny, C. F., " River Scene with a Ferry-Boat, etc.," 6} x laj (Boyd), 

Diaz, N., " .A Glade in a Forest," 21 x 31 (Palmer), ;£^i36 los. 

Diaz, N., " Turkish Women before a Building," gi x 7 (Gooden & Fox), 

£2q 8s. 
Dupre, Jules, " Pastoral Landscape," 9 by 7 (Cremetti), ;£riio 5s. 
Fantin-Latour, H., 1868, " Dahlias in a Vase, Grapes and Peaches," 20 x iSJ 

(Clark), ;£^420. 
Fortuny, M., " .'^t the Gate of the Seraglio," 10 x 7i (Bromilow), £^j is. 
Haanen, C. Van, " Head of an Italian Peasant-Girl," 6i x S (Gooden & 

Fo.x), ;£r2i. 
Harpignies, H., 1903, " Evening : A Moorland Landscape," 25 X 31J (Arnold 

& Tripp), ;£J787 los. 
Harpignies, H., 1900, " Moonrise," 12^ x i61 (Arnold & Tripp), ;£;99 15s. 

P 2 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Harpignies, H., 1897, " The Lake," loi x :si (Agnew), ^210. 

L'Hermitte, L., " The Flock," 29 x 37i (Bussod, Valadon & Co.), £^1 los. 

L'Hermitte, L., " The Evening Meal," 2^\ x 24 (Bernheim), ^iiifi. 

Israels, J., "Age," 46 X 33 (T. Permain), ^£^1,417 'os. 

Israels, J., " Sailing the Toy Boat," igj x 294 (Connell), £,\f&o. 

Israels, J., "The Widower," 18 X 28^ (Conne!',), £\a(xi. 

Israels, J., " Washing-Day," 15 X 21 (Marchant & Co.), £\,^SS- 

Israels, J., " Waiting," 15! X sij (Wallis), £^S(i. 

Jacque, Ch., " The Flock," 28J x 39 (Agnew), ;6'2,62S. 

Jacque, Ch., " Watering Horses : Moonrise," 25J x 21 (Connell), ;65^7- 

Jacque, Ch., " Landscape," lOj X 13^ (Bernheim), £i.Z^ los. 

Jacque, Ch., " A Shepherd, driving a flock of sheep into a shed," gj X 12J 

(Clark), ;^I78 los. 
Jacque, Ch., "A Forest Glade," 11 X ^\ (Tooth), ;£;89 53. 
Jacque, Ch., " Two Farm-Horses and Poultry," S X 4i (Reid), ;^3i :os. 
Lepine, S., "Amiens: Twilight," iij X isi (Darling), ;£;3i ids. 
Maris, J., " Ploughing : Evening," SJ X 145 (Preyer & Co.), ^^614 los. 
Maris, J., "The Zuyder Zee," 8^ x iij (Preyer & Co.), ;£;367 los. 
Maris, J., "A Stranded Fishing-Boat on the Shore," \o\ X 13 (Clark), 

£\n los. 
Maris, J., "A Mower Whetting his Scythe," i\\ X 8| (T. Permam), ^"71 83. 
Mauve, A., " Ploughing," 103 X 13^ (Preyer & Co.), ;£^i,023 15s. 
Mauve, A., " Going to Church : Winter," ^\ X 12 (Agnew), ^'283 los. 
Millet, J. F., " Seaweed-Gatherers," 12 x 15 (Boussod & Valadon), ;^409 los. 
Rousseau, Th., " A Glade in Fontainebleau Forest," 6i x SJ (Darling), £(>%. 
Sidaner, H. Le, " La Rue Royale, Paris," 36 x SiJ (Marchant), £\\a 5s. 
Sidaner, H. Le, " The Doge's Palace, Venice," 30 x 44 (Marchant), ^£,"89 ss. 
Sidaner, H. Le, " La Place du Th^^tre Fran(jais, Paris," 27 x 37 (Marchant), 

;£ji20 155. 
Sidaner, H. Le, " The Clock Tower, Piazza of St. Mark's, Venice," aSi x 31I 

(Marchant), £•}-;, los. 
Sidaner, H. Le, " A Canal at Gisors," 25 X 2of (Macrhant), ;^S7 155. 
Sidaner, H. Le, " On the Lagoons, Venice," 10 x 13! (Marchant), £2-] 6s. 
Sidaner, H. Le, " The Doge's Palace, Venice : A Study for the large 

picture," 6 X 8i (Agnew), ;£;37 i6s. 
Thaulow, Fritz, " Evening," 19^ X 25 (Rolfe), ^'105. 
Troyon, C, " The Fisherman," 14^ by 3ii (Agnew), ;£:i,i02 10s. 
Trovon, C, " Sporting Dogs," 14^ X 17I (Arnold & Tripp), £ii,iT,. 
Troyon, C, " Landscape with Cattle," ii X isi (Boussod & Valadon), 

£\,i<^1 los. 
Troyon, C, " Sheep in a Shed," isi X 2oi (Cremetti), £j,i 14s. 
VVeiisenbruch, J. H., "Sunny Pastures," \i\ X 19 (Lefevre), ^267 15s. 

EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

PASTEL. 
Cotes, F., R.A., " Portrait of a Lady," oval, 23 x igi (Kolfe), £i\. 

PICTURES. 
Crome, J., " A Norfolk River," 17^ X 24i (Goodcn & Fox), £b-t,. 
Crome, J., " Forest Scene," 2gJ x 39 (Sidney), ;£;i57 los. 
Crome, J., " Mousehold Heath," 27^ X 36 (Gooden & Fox), £^^ 53. 
Crome, J., "A Mill-Stream," 16J x 14 (Bromilow), £1$ 4». 



May 22, 1908. 213 

Crome, J., " Mousehold Heath," ig x 34 (Robson), ;£^I36 los. 

Crome, J., " A Woody Road," 12J x 16 (Abbott), £2'^ 2s. 

Crome, J., " An Old Cottage," 29 x 24 (Rolfe), £21. 

Crome, J., " The Back River, Norwich, 24^ x 35 (Sidney), £2"^ los. 

Crome, J., " On the Yare," :q x 14 (Boyd), ;^33 12s. 

Crome, J., " Landscape," 4 x 6J (Gooden & Fox), £^2. 

Gainsborough, T., R.A., "A View in Suffolk," 25 x 36J (Agnew), £i(ii. 

Gainsborough, T., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Dorothy Hodges," oval, 30 x 25 

(Agnew), ;£;i,050. 
Gainsborough, T., R.A., " Portrait of the Hon. Campbell Skinner," oval, 22 

X 18 (Agnew), £2ij^. 
Gainsborough, T., R.A., " Portrait of Sir Richard Neave, Bart.," lyj x 13 

(Bromilow), ;i£^53 i:s. 
Gainsborough, T., R.A., " Portrait of a Lady," gj X 7J (Glen), ;^39 i8s. 
Hoppner, J., R..\., "The Gipsy," 25} x 20 (Buttrey), £s^^ los. 
Morland, G., " The Gipsy," 23^ X igi (Coureau), ;£^so 8s. 
Morland, G., 1794, " The White Horse," gj X iii (Agnew), £6-^. 
Nasmyth, P., " Dunkeld Ferry," 17J X 23J (Gooden and Fox), £2^2. 
Nasmyth, P., " An Old Water-Mill," gi X ^\ (Rolfe), ;£;'3 13s- 
Nasmyth, P., " View in a Forest," sJ X 8i (Vicars), ^^42. 
Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., " Portrait of Dr. Handasyde Edgar, M.D., F.R.S.E.," 

2g X 24 (Reid), ^£^252. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Portrait of the Hon. Mrs. Brown, 2gJ x 24 

(Agnew), ;£;3i5. 
Romney, G., " Portrait of Lady Taylor," 29J x 24 (Coureau), ;£^420. 
Vincent, G., " Shipping," 13J X 2oi (Bromilow), ;^37 i6s. 
Wilson, R., R.A., " Lake Lemi," 19 x 23 (Coureau), £s,/^ 12s. 



214 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

May 23, 1908 (Third Day's Sale). 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

WATER COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

Allingham, H., "A Milkmaid," nj X 8i (Leggatt), ;^38 17s. 
Barret, G., 1834, " Classical Landscape," loj X yi (Smith), £29 '8s. 
Bonington, R. P., " The Waggon," SJ x lof (Agnew), ;£r2io. 
Bonington, R. P., " Les Rivieres de la Forth," sJ x 8i (Eyles), £2^ 14s. 
Boyce, G. P., 1863, "The Old Dovecot," 11 x 8J (Burchell), £17 17s. 
Brabazon, H. B., " Santa Maria delle Angele," 6 X 85 (Jones), ;^ii lis. 
Bradley, Basil, " The Chiddingfold Fox-Hounds in Full Cry," 30 X 51J 

(Agnew), £78 15. 
Burne-Jones, Sir E., 1878, " Angeli Ministrantes," pastel, 83 x 59 (Murray), 

Constable, J., R.A., " Folkestone," 4i X 7 (Carlin), ^10 los. 

Cox, D., " Crossing the Bridge," 10 x 14 (Agnew), ;^I20 iss. 

Cox, D., " Richmond," 7 X iil (Gillott), ;^33 12s. 

Fielding, C, 1840, " A Stiff Breeze," 8 X 12 (Leggatt), £52 los. 

Fielding, C, 1847, " Off Portsmouth," 8 x iij (Leggatt), /,52 los. 

Foster, Birket, " Preparing for Sheep-Washing," S X 8J (Mitchell), ;^6o i8s. 

Foster, Birket, " The Old Mill," 5x7 (Agnew), ;^58 i6s. 

Foster, Birket, " Stolljenfells on the Rhine," 8^ x 12 (Gillott), ;£:6o i8s. 

Foster, Birket, " Sharpening the Sickle," 6x7! (Mitchell), ;£^37 6s. 

Goodwin, A., " The Delectable Mountains " (" Pilgrim's Progress "), 23! X 

35i (Rolfe), ^48 6s. 
Goodwin, A., 1872, " Abingdon Churchyard," 19J x 3Si (Agnew), £gq 15s. 
Goodwin, A., 1872, " The Fugitive's Rest," igj x 3.Si (Rolfe), £4^ 2S. 
Goodwin, A., i88g, " Windsor," 10 X 14 (Bromilow), ;^22 is. 
Goodwin, A., 1899, " St. Paul's," 95 x 13J (Amor), ;^23 2s. 
Goodwin, A., 1889, " Windsor Castle," 10 x 14^ (Agnew), ;^29 8s. 
Goodwin, A., i8g8, " Amalfi," lOj X I4i (Dunthorne), ;^29 8s. 
Goodwin, A., 1874, " St. Cross," 7I x 13! (Leggatt), j^2i. 
Goodwin, A., 1875, " And they saw on the other side a pleasant land, full 

of flowers and winding paths, and did hear the song of the singing birds," 

10 X 14 (Leggatt), ;^48 6s. 
Goodwin, A., 1878, " The Fisherman's Chapel," 13! x 19I (Amor), £31 los. 
Goodwin, A., 1875, " Canterbury : The Colours Carried to Their Rest," 

13 X igi (Fine Art Society), ^^31 los. 
Goodwin, A., 1871, "Sunshine after Rain: Lynmouth," iii x 2ii (Boyd), 

£23 2S' 
Goodwin, A., 1887, " The Rainbow," gi X I3i (Leggatt), ;i£:26 5s. 
Goodwin, \., 1873, " Near Florence," q X 14 (Bromilow), £2;^ 2S. 
Goodwin, A., 1896, " Thun," qi X 13I (Leggatt), ;^27 6s. 
Goodwin, A., 1883, " The Sole Survivor," 13J X 195 (Agnew), ;^46 4s. 
Goodwin, A., 1872, " Weed-Burning," 12^ x 19 (R. J. Smith), £:ii los. 
Goodwin, A., 1902, " Boston," loJ x 14J (Leggatt), £2:i 2s. 
Goodwin, A., 1902, " Reculvers, Kent," gj x i2i (Dickins) ;£;33 12s. 
Goodwin, A., 1888, " Lincoln," iii x 175 (Agnew), £40 igs. 
Goodwin, A., 1871, " Abingdon," 6j X 8J (Stevens), £21. 
Goodwin, A., " Lichfield," 5 X 7J (.'Vmor), ;^i6 16s. 



May 23, igo8. 215 

Goodwin, A., i8q5, " Silence over the Sea," gj x 13 (Dickins), £21. 

Gow, A. C, R.A., 1888, " The Garrison Marching Out with the Honours of 

War, Lille, 1708," iij x i6i (Gooden and Fox), ;^267 iss. 
Gow, A. C., R.A., 1887, " A Musical Story by Chopin," 12J x 17 (Wallis), 

£g6 Vis. 
Herkomer, H., R.A., " Weary," gf x 7J (Gooden and Fox), £:iy i6s. 
Holland, J., " An ItaPian Coast Scene," 6| x 10 (Worsey), £6q 6s. 
Hunt, A. W., " Whitby : The ' Crazy Jane,' " 18J x 30 (Gooden and Fox), 

;£'l78 lOS. 

Hunt, A. W., 1871, " Naples : A Land of Smouldering Fire," igi x 29J 

(Dunthorne), £$8 i6s. 
Hunt, A. W., 1866, " The Valley of Dolwyddelan," gj x 14I (Agnew), 

£94 I OS. 
Hunt, A. W., 1876, " Loch Maree," I2f x 20 (Agnew), ;6'iio ss. 
Hunt, A. W., 1876, " Durham," 14J x 21J (Agnew), ;^I3I 5s. 
Hunt, A. W., 1868, "Blue Lights: Tynemouth Pier," 14! x 21 (Gooden and 

Fox), ;^iS2 ss. 
Hunt, A. W., 1878, " Kinlochewe, Loch Maree," gj X 131 (Clark), £42. 
Hunt, A. W., " Duart Castle," 7 x 14I (.Amor), ;^23 2s. 
Hunt, A. W., 1878, " Streatley : Afternoon," 8i x 14 (Worsey), ;^54 12s. 
Hunt, A. W., i868, " Kyle Rhea : Between Skye and the Mainland," 6i x 14 

(Paris), ;^2i. 
Hunt, A. W., " Bamborough Castle," 13 x 20^ (Leggatt), ^38 17s. 
Hunt, A. W., 1873, " The Stillness of the Lake at Dawn," gf x 13I (Agnew), 

£SS i6s. 
Hunt, W., " The Outhouse," 21 x 2g (Murray), £136 los. 
Hunt, W., 1831, " The Mid-Day Meal," 15 x by loi (Agnew), £6^. 
Hunt, W., 1829, " Morning Toilet," iij x 8 (Sampson), ^44 2s. 
Hunt, W., " The Student," g x 6f (Worsey), £6a i8s. 
Hunt, W., " Peaches, Grapes, Currants and Strawberry," 7 x loj (Rolfe), 

^31 lbs. 
Hunt, W., " Bird's-Nest and Apple-Blossom," 8| x iij (Agnew), ^^115 los. 
Hunt, W., "The Interior of an Outhouse," 85 x 13! (Murray), ;^33 12s. 
Hunt, W., " May-Day Garlands," 71 x lof (Permain), £^1 los. 
Hunt, W., " Apple and Grapes," 45 x 65 (Dunn), ^24 3s. 
Lewis. J. F., R.A., " Greeting in the Desert," 14 x ig (Agnew), ;£'42. 
Lewis, J. F., R.A., 1859, " The Pipe-Bearer," 15 x SJ (Gooden and Fox), 

£42. 
Macbeth, R. W., R.A., 1871, " In Time of War," iij X gj (Agnew), 

;£,'l4 14s. 

Marsh, A. H., 1869, " On the Mussel Banks," 15! x 11 (Agnew), ;^39 i8s. 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., "Anglers of the Dove," 4J x 5 (Agnew), ;^go 6s. 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., " Sister Anna's Probation," 45 X S (Agnew), 

North, J. W., A.R.A., "Charles's Wain: Girls Returning from a Christmas 

Dance at a Farm," 25^ X 3S1 (Frost and Reid), ;£ji26. 
North, J. W., A.R.A., "Wild Clematis in Early Spring," i: X 17J (Agnew), 

;^iio ss. 
Prout, S., " A Street Corner, Schaffhausen," lof x 8i (Eyies), £^2. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Sallenches, Savoy: St. Martin," 11 x iSs 

(Murray), ;£r630. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Aske Hall, Yorkshire," iii X 165 (Gooden and 

Fox), ;^44i. 



2i6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Folkestone," iij x i8 (Permain), ;£;S46. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Kirkby Lonsdale Churchyard," ii x i6i (Agnew), 

;£:840. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " The Lake of Geneva," lof x isi (Agnew), ;^6g3. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Sleaford, Lincolnshire," gj x 13! (Leggatt), £^i. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Florence from the Road to Fiesole," $i x 8J 

(Agnew), ;^2io. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., "Conway Castle," isf x 24J (Boyd), £6j. 
Turner, J. M. VV., R.A., " Corfe Castle," sh X 8J (Agnew), ^84. 
Turner, J. M. VV., R.A., " Glastonbury," I2f x 17 (Agnew), ;£^ioS. 
Turner, J. M. W., R..^., " Edinburgh Castle," 3^ X Si (Leggatt), ;^84. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Witheham Mill, Sussex," 7i x loi (Boyd), 

^54 I2S. 
Walker, F., A.R.A., " Mushrooms," 7 x lof (Leggatt), ;^i62 iss. 
Webster, A. G., 1902, " Adeste Fideles," ii| x 63 (Glover), jQ$ 5S- 
Webster, A. G., 1902, " Little Purple-and-Gold Church," 11x8 (Money), 

£6 6s. 

Wint, P. De, " A View in Lincolnshire," 14 X 22 (Robson), ;^22o los. 

Wint, P. De, "Old Westminster Bridge," iij X 18 (Worsey), £3^ i8s. 

Wint, P. De, " Lincoln," i2j x 19J (Murray), ;^38 17s. 

Wint, P. De, " Cromer," 12 x 18J (Agnew), ;^9g 15s. 

Wint, P. De, " A Yorkshire River," 11 x 173 (Robson), ;^ii5 ids. 

Wint, P. De, " The Old Mill," 14 x 21^ (Carfax), ;^5o 8s. 

Wint, P. De, " Rocky Bay Scene," 9 X 13 (Amor), £.2g 8s. 

Wint, P. De, " A Farm Among Trees," 95 x 14! (Boyd), £2^ 12s. 

Wint, P. De, " View near Gloucester," 6 X 125 (Bromilow), ;£72i- 

Wint, P. De, "A Ruined Castle," 22 X 16 (Gillott), ;^23 2s. 

Wint, P. De, " Lincoln," I2| x 19 (Agnew), £42. 

Wint, P. De, " On the Wharfe," 7I x 12^ (Agnew), ;!^42. 



May 26, 1908. 217 



May 26, 1908. Etchings and engravings, the property 
of Sir James Knowles, deceased : — 

In the Folio. 
" Windsor," etching by Sir F. Seymour Haden (Parsons), £^ 3s. 
" Rain and Wind, a swollen Burn at Shandon," " Sierra Almaden," " Newton 
Manor " and four others, etchings by Sir J. C. Robinson (Parsons), £j is. 
Landscape Subjects, etchings by T. Huson, in a folio (6), portraits of Lady 

Jane Grey (5), and six other etchings (Colnaghi), £1 us. 6d. 
" The Virgin with the Monkey," etching by A. Durer, " Adam and Eve " 
(copy), " The Three Trees," by Rembrandt (copy), and three other etchings 
(Maggs), £1 IS. 
" Catherine IL of Russia," after Rosselin, by C. Watson, " A Lady Reading," 

after F. Boll, by R. Earlom, " The Larder," and " A Herb Market," by 

ditto, and one other (Brown & Phillips), £^ 'os. 
" Cupid and .^glaia," after A. Kauffman, by T. Burke, " Lady Hamilton as 

.Alope," after G. Romney, by R. Earlom, and two others (Sabin), £1^ 13s. 
" Lady Hamilton as St. Cecilia," after G. Romney, by G. Keating, proof 

before letters (Sotheran), £ij 13s. 
The Same, as a Bacchante, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. R. Smith (Sabin), 

^'4 4S- 
" A Portrait of the Artist," etching by Whistler, and a lithograph, by the 

same (Obach), ^75 12s. 
" St. Hubert," etching by A. Durer, " The Knight and Death " (copy), " Christ 

Entombed," etching by Rembrandt, 4th state, and four etchings (Obach), 

£i i6s. 
" Head of Christ," a photo, after Leonardo, and " The Madonna and Child," 

a print. 
"The Rt. Hon. W. H. Gladstone," after Sir J. Millais, by T. O. Barlow, 

artist's proof, with autograph of Mr. Gladstone (Leggatt), £6 16s. 6d. 
" Chas. Darwin," after Hon. John Collier, by L. Flameng, and " The 

Gleaners," after J. F. Millet, by Damman, remarque proofs ( ), £1 is. 

" Lady Hamilton as Nature," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. R. Smith, printed 

in colours (Deighton), ;£j^273. 
" Lady Elizabeth Keppel," after ditto, by E. Fisher (Maggs), £j6 16s. 
" A Wood Nymph and Faun," after ditto, by S. W. Reynolds, proof before 

any letters (Agnew), £^1 los. 
" A Sacrifice to Hymen," after A. Kaufifman, circle in red, and fancy subjects, 

a pair, ovals (Gunn), £2 3s. 
" Portrait of John Hoppner, R.A.," after himself, by C. Turner, open letter 

proof, " Isaac Newton," after Kneller, and three others (Colnaghi), 

£g 19s. 6d. 
" The Duchess of Marlborough," after Kneller, by Faber, another, after the 

same, by L Smith, " Queen Anne," after ditto, by ditto, and Male Portraits, 

after the same (n), (Barnard), ;^I7 17s. 
" Male Portraits," ovals, after Sir G. Kneller, etc., by L Smith, Simon and 

others (Cox), ;£'26 5s. 

AFTER J. CONSTABLE, BY D. LUCAS. 

" Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk," and " A Dell, Helmingham," trial proofs (Dun- 
thorne), ;^ia 13s. 



2i8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

" A Heath " and " Summer Morning," engraver's proofs (Leggatt), ;^ii os. 6d. 
" Weymouth Bay, Dorsetshire," and " Stonehenge," engraver's proofs (Vicars), 

£l lys- 6d. 
" A Summer Land " and " A Sea Beach," engraver's proofs (Dunthorne), 

£\7, I2S. 

" A Loch on the Stour, Suffolk," " Summer Evening " and " Spring," open 
letter proofs (Dunthorne), £1^ 14s. 6d. 



ETCHINGS BY C. MERYON, 

" Le Stryge," first state (Colnaghi), £y] i6s. 

" Le Petit Pont," second state (Obach), ;^I3 13s. 

" L'Arche Du Pont Notre Dame," first state (Quaritch), £.() 19s. 6d. 

" La Galerie de Notre Dame," first state (Colnaghi), ^27 6s. 

The Same, third state (Barnard), £1 iis. 6d. 

" La Tour de I'Horloge," first state (Dunthorne), £.2.1. 

" Tourelle, rue de la Tixeranderie," first state (Obach), £21. 

The Same, second state (Maggs), ;^i is. 

" St. Etienne-du-Mont," first state (Colnaghi), ;^3i los. 

" La Pompe Notre Dame," first state (Obach), £a,% 6s. 

The Same, second state (Maggs), £\ is. 

" Le Pont Neuf," proof before the verses, on green paper (Colnaghi), ;^I3 13s. 

" Le Pont au Change," first state (Obach), ;^58 i6s. 

" La Morgue," third state (Rosedale), £\ iis. 6d. 

" L'Abside de Notre Dame de Paris," second state (Colnaghi), ;^58 i6s. 

" Tourelle, dite ' de Marat,' " early trial proof, dated June 1st, 1861 (Obach), 

" Rue des Chantres," second state (Parsons), ^i is. 

" Minist^re de la Marine " (two impressions), second state (Parsons), ;^i is. 

" La Rue des Toiles, ^ Bourges," and " Portrait of Monsieur Bizeul " (Isaacs), 

£1 IS. 

" Tourelles, dite ' de Marat,' " " Oceanic : P6che aux Palmes," " Nouvelle- 
Cal^donie," " Nouvelle-Zelande," and a " Portrait of Meryon," by Flameng 
(Maggs), £1 IS. 

ETCHINGS BY J. M. WHISTLER. 

" La Vieille aux Loques " (W. 14) (Quaritch), £■}, 13s. 6d. 

" Tyzac Whiteley & Co. " (W. 39), and " Thames Police " (W. 42) (Dunthorne), 

£% i8s. 6d. 
" The Lime-Burner " (W. 44), signed with the monogram in pencil (Obach), 

;^22 IS. 

" Billingsgate " (W. 45) (Marchant), £2. 2s. 

The Same (W. 45) (Quaritch), £2 2S. 

" Old Hungerford Bridge " (W. 80), " The Wine Glass " (W. 31), and n 

lithograph (Dunthorne), £\2 12s. 
" Free Trade Wharf " (W. 134) (Quaritch), ;^I2 12s. 
" The Model Resting " (W. 87) Colnaghi), £\s, 153. 
" Lindsay Houses " (W. 136) (Dunthorne), £11. 
" Putney Bridge " (W. 145) (Colnaghi), ^46 4s. 

" The Doorway " (W. 154), printed by the artist (Dunthorne), £6^ 8s. 
" The French Set," with title in original wrapper (Colnaghi), £71 8s. 



May 26, 1908. 219 

Turner J M. W., R.A., " The Liber Studiorum," a complete set of the 
seventy-one published plates, by C. Turner, T. Lupton, W. Say, and others, 
all in the first published state, except Nos. 19, 37. and 51, which are in the 
second state, in three Solander cases. A brilliant set, with wide margins 
(Quaritch), £■},(i^ los. 

PLATES FROM TURNER'S LIBER STUDIORUM. 

" The Frontispiece " (R. i), first state (Colnaghi), £2 12s 6d. 

" The Bridge and Cows " (R. 2), the etching (Clough), £\ is. 

The Same, first state (Dunthorne), £■; 7S- 

" The Woman and Tambourine " (R. 3), the etching (Dunthorne), £\ los. 

The Same, first state (Dunthorne), £i, 14s. 6d. 

" Flint Castle, Vessels Unloading " (R. 4). the etching (Parsons), £1. 

" Basle " (R. s), the etching (Dunthorne), £3 iss. 

The Same, engraver's proof (Colnaghi), £32 '^s. 

The Same, first state (Dunthorne), £6 6s. 

"Jason " (R. 6), the etching; and the Same, third state (Dunthorne), £5 5s. 

"The Straw Yard" (R. 7), the etching; and the Same, first state (J. Sabin). 
£2 I2S 6d. 

" Mount St. Gothard " (R. 9), the etching (Ward), £3. 

" Ships in a Breeze " (The Egremont Sea-piece) (R. 10), and " Holy Island 
Cathedral " (R. 11), the etching (Parsons), los. 

The Same, first state (Dunthorne), £2 2S. 

" The Bridge in the Middle Distance " (R. 13), the etching (Maggs), los. 

The Same, first state (Colnaghi), £2 12s. 

" Dunstanborough Castle " (R. 14), the etching, signed by the engraver (Dun- 
thorne), £2 los. 

The Same, first state (Dunthorne), £10 los. 

" Lake of Thun, Swiss " (R. 15), engraver's proof, signed by the engraver 
(Ward), p£;34 13s. 

" The Fifth Plague of Egypt (R. 16), the etching, signed by the engraver 
(Parsons), los. 

The Same, first state (Parsons), £1 is. 

" The Leader Sea-piece " (R. 20), ihe etching, signed by the engraver (Maggs), 

lOS. 

The Same, second state (Parsons), los. 

" Morpeth, Northumberland " (R. 21), the etching (Dunthorne), los. 

" Juvenile Tricks " (R. 22), first state, and "The Hindoo Worshipper " (R. 23), 

second state (Ward), £6 6s. 
" Coast of Yorkshire " (R. 24), the etching (Ward), £1 los. 
The Same, first state (Dunthorne), £g 19s. 6d. 

" London from Greenwich " (R. 26), the etching (Dunthorne), 17s. 
The Same, first state (Clough), ^8 i8s. 6d. 
" Junction of Severn and Wye " (R. 28), engraver's proof, before the lower 

foliage of the trees on the right (Dunthorne), .£^21. 
" Near Blair Athol, Scotland " (R. 30), the etching (Ward), £2 2S. 
The Same, first state (Maggs), ;^5 5s. 

" Young Anglers " (R. 32), the etching, and " St. Catherine's Hill, near Guild- 
ford " (R. 33), the etching (Ward), ;^i 5s. 
The Same, first state, and another in the second state (Ward), £^. 
" Martello Towers, near Bexhill " (R. 34), second state, " Inverary Pier, Loch 

Fyne, Morning " (R. 35), trial proof, and another of the same, fifth state 

(Dunthorne), ;£^ii iis. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



The Same, second state (Clough), £n 14s 6d. 

" From Spencer's Fairy Queen (R. 36), the etching (Parsons), los. 

The Same, first state (Ward), £2 12s. 6d. 

" Woman at a Tank " (R. 38), first state (Dunthorne), £11 os. 6d. 

" Crypt of Kirkstall Abbey " (R. 39), first state (Ward), £^ 4s. 

" The Mildmay Sea-piece (R. 40), first state (Dunthorne), £4. 

" Procris and Cephalus " (R. 41), the etching (Dunthorne), £y. 

" Winchelsea, Sussex " (R. 42), the etching (Ward), £1 is. 

The Same, second state (Deighton), £1 is. 

" The Bridge and Goats " (R. 43), the etching (Parsons), los. 

" A Calm " (R. 44), third state (Deighton), £1 5s. 

" Rispah " (R. 46), second state, and " Hedging and Ditching " (R. 47), the 

etching (Maggs), los. 
" The River Wye " (R. 48), the etching (Dunthorne), ids. 
The Same, first state (Colnaghi), £g igs 6d. 

" Chain of .Alps, from Grenoble to Chamberi " (R. 49), the etching (Dun- 
thorne), £1. 
" The Same, second state (Dunthorne), £^ 4s 

" Mer de Glace, Valley of Chamouni " (R. 50), the etching (Parsons), los. 6d. 
" Solway Moss " (R. 52), the etching (Maggs), los. 6d. 
The Same, first state (Deighton), £2 2S. 
The Same, third state (Ward), £1 6s. 
" Solitude " (R. 53), first state, and another impression in the third state 

(Maggs), £j IS. 
" Mill, near the Grand Chartreuse " (R. 54), third state (Clough), £1 its. 6d. 
" Dumblain Abbey, Scotland " (R. 56), the etching (Dunthorne), los. 
The Same, first state (Dunthorne), p£7io los. 
" Norham Castle on the Tweed " (R. 57), the etching, signed by the engraver 

(Ward), £^ ss. 
" Tenth Plague of Egypt " (R. 61), first state (Parsons), £1 is. 
Another impression, first state (Clough), ;^i iis 6d. 
The Same, second state, and the etching (Parsons), £1 is. 
" Watercress Gatherers " (R. 62), the etching (Maggs), los. 
" Twickenham. Pope's Villa " (R. 63). the etching (Dunthorne), £1. 
" Bonneville, Savoy " (R. 64), first state (Dunthorne), ^5 15s 6d. 
The Same, second state (Clough), £i. 

" Inverary Castle and Town " (R. 65), third state (Dunthorne), £2. 
The Same, the etching (from the Turner sale), and an impression in the third 

state (Dunthorne), £1 los. 
" -^sacus and Hesperie " (R. 66), the etching, from the Turner sale, and an 

impression in the fourth state (Maggs), £2. 
" East Gate, Winchelsea, Sussex " (R. 67), first state (Ward), £2 53. 
" Isis " (R. 68), the etching (Dunthorne), £1. 
The Same, second state (Ward), £1 5s. 

" Ben Arthur, Scotland " (R. 69). the etching (Dunthorne), ;^s 55. 
" Interior of a Church " (R. 70), second state, and " Christ and the Woman of 

Samaria " (R. 71), third state, and the etching (Parsons), £1 is. 

Unpublished Plates. 
•' Apuleia in Search of Apuleius " (R. 72), the etching, from the Turner sale, 

"Glaucus and Scylla " (R. 73), modern impression, and " Tours, on the 

Loire " (Ward), £2 15s. 
•• Sheep-Washing, Windsor Castle " (R. 74). engraver's proof (Ward), £27 6s. 



May 26, 1908. 221 

" Dumbarton Rock " (R. 75), proof (Maggsl, £1 is. 

" Crowhurst, Sussex " (R. 76), the etching (Dunthorne), £6. 

" Ploughing, Eton " (R. 79), Lupton's mezzotint (C. i), and three modern im- 
pressions (B. 2) (Lapidge), los. 

" The Felucca " (R. 82), modern impression, " The Stork and Aqueduct " 
(R. 83), and " The Lost Sailor " (R. 84), engraver's proof (Ward), £6 los. 

" Junction of Severn and Wye " (R. 28), second state (Maggs), i8s. 

" A Calm " (R. 44), second state (Dunthorne), £2 los. 

" Peat Bog, Scotland " (R. 45), third state, and " Twickenham, Pope's Villa " 
(R. 63), third state (Dunthorne), £1 15s. 

" Dumbarton Rock " (R. 75), the etching (Dunthorne), 12s. 

The Same, engraver's proof (Dunthorne), £z 13s- 6d. 

" Temple of Jupiter in the Island of .4iginia " (R. 77), the etching, " The Stork 
and Aqueduct " (R. 83), the etching, and an impression (Dunthorne), ;^s 15s. 

" Barges on the Medway at Chatham : Moonlight," engraver's proof (Dun- 
thorne), ;£j'84. 

J. M. W. TURNER, R.A. 

" Dutch Boats on the Scheldt," " Storm Coming on off Portsmouth," and " The 

Eddystone Lighthouse," by T. Lupton (Maggs), £1 2S. 
" The liarbours of England," the twelve plates by T. Lupton, and text by 

J. Ruskin, in a folio (Ward), ;^8 i8s 6d. 
"The Rivers of England," by T. Lupton, S. W. Reynolds, C. Turner, &c. 

(21), (Ward), /:22 IS. 
Small Plates (2), engraver's proofs, with MS. notes, and touched by the artist 

(Maggs), £1 IS. 
" Agrippina Landing with the Ashes of Germanicus," and other plates (17), 

(Money), ;^i 15s. 
" A View from Richmond Hill," engraver's proof, with MS. notes, and touched 

by the artist (Ward), £1 155. 
" Tynemouth," engraver's proof, with MS. notes by the artist (Maggs), £1 los. 
Liber Studiorum plates, modern impressions (12), and etchings of the same (6) 

(Parsons), £1 is. 
Liber Studiorum plates, reproductions by T. Lupton (15), and etchings of the 

same (15), (Ward), £s 5s. 
" The Little Devil's Bridge," trial proof, " Raglan Castle," " The Frontispiece," 

and " Mill near Grand Chartreuse," the etching; Liber Studiorum plates by 

Frank Short (Maggs), £2 12s 6d. 
" Huntsmen," " Falls of the Rhine, Schaffhausen," " Pan and Syrinx," " Der- 

wentwater," and " Macon," by Frank Short, and four others, by the same 

(Dunthorne), ;^i8 18s. 
Small plates after Claude, by R. Earlom (10), etchings after the same (20), and 

lithographs (19) (Parsons), 5s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



May 27, 1908. The collection of pictures and drawings 
of Sir James Knowles, deceased : — 

FIRST DAY'S SALE. 

DRAWINGS BY OLD MASTERS. 

In the Folio. 
" Subject from the Old Testament," i6th century illumination, on vellum, and 

two other drawings (Carfax), £i 4s. 
"Anatomical Studies," by an English artist, middle of 19th century (Huggins), 55. 
A Similar Lot (Huggins), 5s. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

Bartolozzi, F., " Head of a Gentleman," after Holbein, in black and red chalk, 

and others (Parsons), £2 5s. 
Cipriani, G., " Three Studies," in red and white chalk, after an antique marble 

frieze (Leggatt), 5s. 
Gainsborough, Thomas, " Landscape," black and white chalk (Colnaghi), £1 12s. 
Richardson, J., " Portrait of himself," black and red chalk, and o'hers 

(Parsons), 12s. 
Romney, G., " Studies," in pen and bistre (Parsons), ;£,!. 
Wilkie, Sir David, " Various Sketches " and some other drawings, by different 

artists (Parsons), ss. 
Wilson, Richard, " Two Views of the Castle of St. Angelo, Rome," pencil 

(Carfax), los. 
Murillo, " Study of Three kneeling Monks," in charcoal, and " Judith," by 

Herrera, pen and bistre (Colnaghi), ;^s 5s. 

FRENCH SCHOOL. 

Boucher, F., " Study of a Boy's Head," in black and red chalk, and two others 

(Colnaghi), £7. 
Boucher, F., " A View in Rome," pen and bistre, and various others 

(Paterson), £g. 
Fragonard, H., " Study of a Cupid," in red chalk, and " Mercury and Argus," 

after Van Dyck, in black chalk (Paterson), ;6'i9. 
Claude Lorraine, " Classical Landscape," pen and bistre (Colnaghi), £8. 
Ditto, " A Landscape and Distant View of a Town," pen and bistre (Obach), 

£g los. 
Ditto, " Studies from Nature," pen and bistre (Obach), £^ los. 
Ditto, " Classical Landscape," pen and ink, and another (Colnaghi), £2 2S. 
Ditto, " Landscape," pen and bistre and black chalk, engraved in the " Liber 

Veritatis (Colnaghi), £e,8. 
Ditto, " Classical Landscape," pen and ink (Colnaghi), £15 los. 
Ditto, " The Gate Genezzano," pen and bistre (Colnaghi), ;^io. 
Ditto, " Landscape," pen and bistre (Colnaghi), ^^20. 
Ditto, " Italian Landscape," with large trees, pen and bistre, and another 

(Mathey), £7. 
Ditto, " Classical Landscape," pen and bistre, and another (Murray), ;^22. 
Ditto, " Classical Landscape," pen and bistre, and another (Murray), .£26. 



May 27, 1908. 223 

Claude Lorraine, "The Ponte Molle on the Tiber," black chalk, and two others 

(Colnaghi), ;£io. 
Ditto, " Studies of Classical Landscapes," pen and bistre (Obach), ;^22. 
Lancret, G., " Two Ladies, seated," study in red chalk (Murray), £2^. 
Jeune, Martin Le, " A Besieged City," red chalk, and various landscapes, by 

Lalemand, and others (Parsons), £2 5^- 
Sueur, Le, " Two Religious Subjects," and various other drawings (Parsons), 

£3 lOS. 
Moucheron, J., " Classical Landscape," pen and bistre, and figures bathing, by 

Taverner (MuUer), £1 los. 
Pillement, J., " Landscape," in body colours, on vellum, and another (Parsons), 

£1 2S. 

Poussin, Caspar, " Two Classical Landscapes," in bistre (Colnaghi & Co.), 

£6 15s. 
Ditto, " Miscellaneous Studies " (Parsons), 12s. 
Ditto, A Similar Lot (Parsons), 5s. 

GERMAN SCHOOL. 

" Hunting Scene," pen and bistre, and two others (Sabin), £^ ids. 

"Saint Catherine," pen and bistre, and "Saint Jerome in the Wilderness," 
pen and ink (Sabin), ;^io. 

Burgkmair, H., " Bust of a Young Girl," dated 1533, in black chalk (Col- 
naghi), 6s. 

Holbein, H. (attributed to), Design for a stained glass window, pen and ink, 
and Design for the decoration of a house-front (Obach), ;£^I3. 

Hollar, W., " View of the City of Nantes," pen and ink and water colour, and 
two others (Murray), ;£^2i. 

Wiericx, J., " The Crucifixion," pen and ink (Sabin), £2(). 

DUTCH AND FLEMISH SCHOOLS. 
" Various Landscapes," by Huysman, Van Drielst and others (Parsons), 

£1 ISS- 
Ditto, by Jacob Schalck, Eckemann and others (Paterson), £1. 
" Two Studies of Cattle," by Van Bloom, in bistre, and two " Landscapes," by 

Paul Bril, in pen and ink (Muller), £2 2s. 
" Landscape," by Von Achen," pen and ink, and two others (Muller), £2. 
" A Blind Man playing the Harp," pen and bistre, and " Portrait of a Man," 

black chalk (Muller), £2 5s. 
" Head of an Old Woman," by C. Vischer, and various other drawings (Murray), 

£1 6s. 
Miscellaneous drawings (Parsons), los. 
Backhuizen, L., " Ships in a slight breeze," in bistre, and a drawing, by 

Kobell (Lipmann), £1 los. 
Ditto, " A Naval Combat," pen and Indian ink, and two similar drawings 

(Matthews), £1 15s. 
Berghem, Nicolas, " Landscape," pen and bistre, and a " Study of Goats and 

Sheep " (Colnaghi), £y los. 
Ditto, " Landscape," in red chalk, and two others (Carfax), ,^8. 
Borssom, Van, " Landscape," pen and water colours, and others, by ter Hempel, 

Rugendas and others (Muller), £q. 
Both, Jan, " Classical Landscape," pen and bistre, and two others (Murray), 

£i2 los. 



224 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Breughel, Jan, " Peasants Returning from Haymaking," pen and bistre, anH 

two others (Obach), ;£r2i. 
Cuyp, A., " Study of Cattle," black chalk, and a " Castle on a Hill " (Groot), 

Ditto, " View of a Flat Country," black chalk and bistre (Colnaghi), £^31. 

Ditto, A similar landscape, ditto (Groot), £26. 

Doomer, L., " Hilly Landscape," pen and ink and water colours, and " A 

Landscape," pen and bistre washed (Mullerl, ;£^28. 
Elsheimer, A., " Classical Landscape," bistre (Murray), £2\. 
Everdingen, A. Van, " Landscape," water colours (MuUer), £\->, los. 
Ditto, " Landscape," in sepia, and three others (Carfax), £fi los. 
Goyen, J. Van, " A Canal, with figures and barges (Obach), £\-]. 
Ditto, " Landscape " (Mathey), ^^23. 
Ditto, " A Village by a Canal," and " A Village and Figures on the Seashore " 

(Paterson), ^ii). 
Hagen, Van Der, " View over a Flat Country," pen, black chalk and bistre, 

and " A Landscape," by Breenberg (Obach), £,(>. 
Horemans, J., " Study of a Peasant," in red chalk, and " Study of a Woman," 

ditto (Colnaghi), £(>. 
Heusch, De, " Hilly Landscape," pen and bistre, and " View of Utrecht," 

black chalk (Muller), £a, los. 
Hulswit, J., " Landscape," washed in Indian ink, and two others (Colnaghi), £^. 
Huysum, J. Van, " Two Classical Landscapes," in bistre, and " A Flowerpiece," 

by Van Loo, in water colours (Dunthorne), ;^,'s 10s. 
Ditto, " Sketches of Flowers and Fruit-pieces," in water colours (Colnaghi), 

£■2. Ss. 
" Studies of Flowers and Blossoms," in pencil and water colours (Colnaghi), 

£\a los. 
Ditto, A Similar Lot, ditto (Dunthorne), £"]. 
Ditto, A Similar Lot, ditto (Leggatt), ;^i 155. 
Ditto, A Similar Lot, ditto (Colnaghi), £•] los. 

Ditto, Water colour Drawings of Flowers and Plants (Leggatt), £■},. 
Jardin, K. Du, " A Man Digging," black chalk and Indian ink, and two 

others (Mathey), £(> los. 
Jordaens, J., " An Interior," in colours (Obach), £'^. 
Ditto, " Study for a picture of ' Leda and the Swan,' " red chalk, and two 

others (Obach), £<, ids. 
Lievens, J., " Landscape," pen and bistre, and another, pen and bistre 

(Colnaghi), £(1 los. 
Ditto, " Landscape," pen and bistre (Colnaghi), £\i. 
Ditto, " Landscape," pen and bistre (Obach), £% los. 
Molyn, P., " Landscape " and two others (Muller), £\o lOg. 
Ditto, " Landscape, with waggons and figures " (Mathey), £-t, 155. 
Ditto, A Similar One (Mathey), £1 ys. 
Ditto, A Similar One (Muller), ;£ji2. 
Ditto, " Landscape " (Salting), ;^i2 los. 
Ostade, A. Van, " Interior of a Peasant's Cottage," pen and bistre, and 

another (Colnaghi), ;^i6. 
Palamedes, A., "Seated Cavalier," pen and bistre (Colnaghi), ;6'2. 
Rembrandt, " The Presentation in the Temple," pen and bistre (Sabin), £yo. 
Ditto, " A Man Leading a Camel," pen and ink (Carfax), £yo. 
Ditto, " The Nativity : Sketch for the picture in the National Gallery," pen and 

bistre (Sabin), ;£^ios. 



May 27, 1908. 225 

Rembrandt, " The Angel appearing as Zacharias," pen and bistre, and two others 

(Paterson), £16. 
Ditto, " Christ before Pilate," pen and bistre (Colnaghi), ;^30. 
Ditto, " Landscape," pen and bistre, and "A View near Amsterdam " (Mathey), 

Ditto, " Mountainous Landscape," pen and bistre (Sabin), ;6S4- 

Ditto, " A Thatched Shed and a Cart " and " View of a Bridge and Town," 

pen and sepia (Mathey), ;£j6o. 
Ditto, " Study of a Lion," pen and sepia (Mathey), ;£'i3S. 

Riedinger, J. E., " Hunting Scene," pen and bistre, and another (Sabin), £5. 
Roghman, R., " Fishing-boats Entering a Lock," pen and bistre, and another, 

by the same (Parsons,) ;£^6. 
Rubens, P. P., " Study of two draped Female Figures," in red chalk (Sabin), 

£4 'Ss- 

Ditto. " Study of a Woman," black and red chalk, and " Study of a Lion " 
(Colnaghi), £40. 

Ditto, " The Virgin and Child," pen and bistre (Obach), £30. 

Stry, Van, " Landscape," in water colours (Dunthorne), ;6'i6. 

Swanevelt, H., " The outskirts of a town," pen and Indian ink, and four 
others (Muller), ;^s. 

Ditto, " Mountainous Landscape," water colour drawing, and six others, by 
Saftleven (Muller), £4. 

Teniers, D., " Study of Peasants," in red chalk, and another (Leggatt), i6«. 

Terborch, G., " Study of a Cavalier," brush and bistre (Carfax), £^ 55. 

Does, Van Der, " Landscape," pen and bistre, and another, by Ecthout (Col- 
naghi), £2 :ss. 

Dyck, A. Van, " Study of a Flying Cupid," black chalk, and another (Colnaghi), 
£2 ss. 

Uden, Van, " Woody Landscape," black chalk, and four others (Robinson), 
£5 los- 

Velde, W. Van De, " Seapiece," pen and bistre, and two others (Mailman), ^10. 

Ditto, A similar drawing, ditto, and two others (Dunthorne), £4. 

Ditto, A similar drawing, ditto, and a " Man of War," pen and ink (Dun- 
thorne," ;£^I2. 

Ditto, " Two Ships in a Stormy Sea," pen and bistre, and four others (Pater- 
son), £2. 

Ditto, " Eight studies of Ships and Shipping," pen and ink (Robinson), £12. 

Waterloo, A., " Landscape," black chalk and Indian ink, and another (Muller), 
£15- 

Weenix, J., " Two Studies of Ducklings," black and white chalk, and another 
(Leggatt), £2 2S. 

De, Wit, "Cupids adorning a Bust of Bacchus," pen and bistre (Leggatt), ;6io. 

Wouverman, P., " Study of Beggars," Indian ink (Colnaghi), £5 los. 

ITALIAN SCHOOL. 
"Justice, seated, holding a Sword and Scales," illumination on vellum, and 

three other drawings (Wells), £2 2s. 
Bandinelli, B., "Study of Heads, Hands and Feet," pen and ink, and four 

others (Sabin), £1. 
Baroccio, F., " Head of a Saint," in coloured chalks (Colnaghi), £■;. 
Ditto, Two Similar Drawings (Paterson), £6. 
Bassano, "Sheet of Sketches," black and red chaik, and another (Carfax) 

£5 108. 

e 



226 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Bibiena, F. Da, " View of a City," pen and bistre, and another (Dun- 

thorne), £5. 
Bronzino, A., " Sheet of Sketches," in chalk (Parsons), £2. 
Buonarrotti (Michael Angelo), " Head of a Demon," in black chalk, and six 

others (Parsons), £i. 
Canaletto, A., " View of a Church," pen and bistre, " View on the Canal 

Grande," pen and ink, and another (Obach), £20. 
Caravaggio, P. Da, " A Naval Battle," bistre, and two others (Carfax), 12s. 
Carracci, A., " Hercules killing the Dragon," pen and bistre, and five others 

(Carlax), £-i i6s. 
Castiglione, J. B., Three Biblical and Mythological Subjects, in bistre and 

colours (Murray), £2. 
Ditto, A Similar Lot (Carfax), £1 2S. 
Cellini, B., " A Sheet of Studies," in pen and black and red chalk (Parsons), 

5s- 
Correggio, " Eve Gathering the Forbidden Fruit," in red chalk (Carfax), £t 2S. 
Ditto, " Cupids : Study for a Fresco," in red chalk, and another (Clough), £1 2s. 
Cortona, P. Da, " A Mythological Composition," pen and bistre, and another 

(Saunders), ^i 12s. 
Dolce, Carlo, " Portrait of himself," black and red chalk, and another 

(Colnaghi), £2 ss. 
Domenichino, " Study for a Picture of Diana and Nymphs in the Borghese 

Palace at Rome," in black chalk, and five others (Dunthorne), £2 3s. 
Ghirlandajo, D., " The Adoration of the Magi," pen and ink (Colnaghi), ;^l6o. 
Guercino, " Two Studies of Children " and " The Head of a Woman," black 

and red chalk (Colnaghi), £\n 
Ditto, " Study of a Sybil," red chalk, and another (Lipmann), £^ ids. 
Ditto, " Various Studies," in red chalk (Carfax), £^ Ss. 

Ditto, " Five Studies," in pen and sepia, and black and red chalk (Carfax), £^. 
Ditto, A Similar Lot (Carfax), £2 5s. 
Leoni, Ottavio, " Portrait of Ferdinando di Medici," in black and coloured 

chalks (Carfax), £q los. 
Ditto, " Portrait of Cardinal Pallotta " and " Portrait of Cardinal Caietano," 

ditto (Colnaghi), £2 los. 
Lippi, Filippo, " Study for a Group of Figures," tempera on prepared paper 

(Clough), ;^S2- 
Mantegna, A., " Battle of Sea-Gods," pen and bistre, and another, " Saint 

Christopher," attributed to Masaccio (Parsons), los. 
Maratti, G., " The Holy Family with Angels," bistre, and " Adam and Eve " 

(Leggatt), £1 los. 
Palma, G. (the Younger), " Study of Angels," pen and bistre, and two others 

(Mathey), los. 
Pannini, G. P., " View in the Roman Forum," black chalk, and " View of an 

Arcade and Figures," ditto (Colnaghi), ;^8. 
Parmegiano, F., " Study of a Woman," in red chalk (Dunthorne), £j los. 
Ditto, " Study for a Picture of the Virgin and Child and Saint John," pen and 

bistre, and three others (Dunthorne), £6 10?. 
Ditto, " Study for Virgin and Child," pen and bistre (Dunthorne), £y. 
Ditto, " The Virgin and Child," in bistre, and two " Studies " in red chalk 

(Colnaghi), ;£'ii. 
Perugino, P., " A Monk Reading a Book," in bistre (Webb), £2- 
Piombo, S. Del, " The Good Samaritan," pen and bistre, and the " Torso of a 

Nude Woman," in red chalk (Carfax), £2 los. 



May 27, 1908. 227 

Piranesi, G., " Four Architectural Studies," in pen and bistre (Carfax), £^ 10s. 
Pordenone, G., " Studies for the Virgin and Child," pen and ink, and another 

(Webb), £1 los. 
Raffaelle, " Bust of a Young Woman," pen and ink (Colnaghi), £t. 
Ditto, " Study of a Nude Female Figure," in red chalk, and another (Parsons), 

£1 10s. 
Ditto, " Female Head," in charcoal, at the back the figure of a saint 

(Dunthorne), £-i. 
Ditto, " Nude Male Figure," pen and ink, and two others (Clough), ;^i 153. 
Ditto, " Study for a Picture of the Pentecost," in bistre, and the " Ascension 

of the Virgin," ditto (Parsons), los. 
Ditto, " Lucretia standing," in pen and ink (Dunthorne), £^. 
Ditto, " Seven Drawings by Artists of Jhe Master's School " (Carfax), £1 i8s. 
Reni, Guide, " Portrait of the Artist by himself," in red chalk, at the back 

another portrait, and another subject (Colnaghi), i8s. 
Ditto, " Bust of a Saint," in oil on canvas, and " The Head of a Young Man," 

in coloured chalks (Parsons), ^i. 
Romano, G., " A Sea Fight," pen and bistre, and two others (Saunders), £1 los. 
Rosa, Salvator, " Landscape," in red chalk, and a similar subject, with two 

saints, in black chalk, and three others (Obach), £.'4 15s. 
Sarto, Andrea Del, " Study for the Picture, ' La Madonna dell'Arpie ' at 

Florence," black chalk (Dunthorne), £■;. 
Ditto, " The Figure of the Young Man in the Fresco of the Baptism, at the 

Monastery of the Scalzi at Florence," black chalk (Parsons), 12s. 
Ditto, " Three Studies of Heads," in red chalk, and another (Dunthorne), 

£1 i8s. 
Ditto, " Study of the Head of a Bearded Old Man," black chalk, and another 

head at the back, and five others (Carfaxl, £^. 
Tintoretto, J., " Study for a large Composition," black chalk (Parsons), 55. 
Titian, " The Interview between Francis L, when a Prisoner in Spain in iS^Si 

and Charles V.," pen and bistre (Fry), £2 los. 
Ditto, " Study of Trees," pen and bistre, and another (Parsons), 5s. 
Ditto, " Study of Trees," in bistre, and another (Clough), £1 los. 
Ditto, " Group of Trees " (attributed to Giorgione), pen and bistre, from the 

Bale Collection (Carfax), £^2. 
Ditto, " Mountainous Landscape," pen and bistre, and another " Landscape," 

ditto (Dunthorne), £6. 
Ditto, " Two Landscapes," pen and bistre, and " Study for a large Scriptural 

Composition," in bistre (Parsons), 7s. 
Vaga, P. Del, " Sketches and Studies," in pen and bistre (Parsons), 7s. 
Ditto, " Study for a Picture representing ' The Muses,' " pen and bistre, and 

another (Parsons), 8s. 
Vasari, G., " Study for a Picture of ' The Resurrection,' " pen and bistre, 

and another (Dunthorne), ;^s. 
Veronese, P., " Study for a large Historical Picture," pen and bistre, washed 

(Murray), los. 
Zuccaro, T., " Studies for Religious pictures." in pen and bistre (Parsons), £\. 
Miscellaneous Drawings by Cambiagio, Zuccarelli, and others (Muller), £\. 
Miscellaneous Italian Drawings, (Parsons), los. 
A Similar Lot (Muller), £2. 
A Similar Lot (Parsons), £2 ss. 
A Similar Lot (Carfax), £'i js. 
A Similar Lot (Robinson), £6. 

Q 2 



,28 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Miscellaneous Italian Drawings, £i as. 

A Similar Lot (Carfax), £i 2S. 

A Similar Lot (Webb), £t, ids. 

A Similar Lot (Murray), £^ los. 

A Similar Lot (Carfax),, £i Ss. 

A Similar Lot (Home), £i 2S. 

A Similar Lot (Parsons), £-i 153. 



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May 28, 1908 (Second Day's Sale). 



DRAWINGS BY OLD MASTERS. 



Framed. 



Lely, Sir Peter, " Study for the Portrait of a Lady, seated," red chalk, and 

two others, by Flaxman and Stevens (Carfax), ;{^8 los. 
Baroccio, F., " Head of a Young Man," in coloured chalks, and another 

drawing, in pen and water colours, and a " Study of Trees," in black 

chalk (Willson), ^22. 
Raffaelle, " Study for the Virgin and Child," pen and bistre (Colnaghi), ;£,"3 los. 
Ditto, " Angels and Svbil," sketch for the Fresco in Santa Maria della Pace, 

pen and bistre (Wagner), ;^i8. 
Ditto, " Study for the Head of a Horse," life-size, in black chalk (Webb), 

£2 ss. 
Carracci, L., " Saint Francis in Ecstasy," in tempera (Wagner), ;^3 los. 
Parmegiano, " A Procession," pen and bistre (Clough), ;^3 5s. 
Ditto, " Study for a Virgin and Child," in red chalk (Murray), £n. 
Buonarrotti (Michael Angelo), " Study for the Figure of Dawn, in the Medici 

Chapel, Florence," black chalk (Balfour), ^^^ S^- 
Canaletto, " The Outskirts of Venice," pen and bistre (Obach), ;^8o. 
Correggio, A., " Study of two Boys," in red chalk (Wagner), £2^. 
Raffaelle (after), " Jupiter and Cupid," red chalk (Parsons), los. 
Bologna, G. Di, " The Rape of Proserpine," pen and ink (Carfax), £1 15s. 
Donatello (attributed to). " Study of Two Figures," pen and ink (Robinson), £8. 
Venetian, Anonymous, " Justice, seated, holding Sword and Scales," illumina. 

tion on vellum (Parsons), £1 2S. 
Ditto, " Religious Subject," ditto (Parsons), los. 

Sarto, A. Del, " Study of a Nude Man," red chalk (Clough), £6 los. 
Rosa, Salvator, " Study of a Tree," pen and ink (Vokins), £1 5s. 
Correggio, A., " A Naked Boy," in black chalk (Colnaghi), £^. 
Buonarrotti (Michael Angelo), " Studies of a Head, Foot and Arm," in red 

chalk (Mathey), £2. 
Ditto, " The Dream of Human Life," in black chalk (Murray), ;^s. 
Ditto, " The Archers," in red chalk (Agnew), £\2 los. 
Cangiagio, L., " The Holy Family," pen and bistre, and another (Parsons), 

£1 2S. 

Guercino, " The Virgin and Child," in red chalk (Arthurton), £y los. 

Ditto, " A Young Woman," in red chalk (Parsons), £1 15s. 

Ditto, " Study of a Semi-nude Figure," in red chalk (Salting), £^ los. 

Romano, G., " Mythological Subject," in red chalk (Salting), £y. 

Ditto, " Female Head," in coloured chalk (Dunthorne), los. 

Anonymous, " Figure of Bacchus," pen and bistre, and another, by Zuccaro 

(Clough), ^3 ss. 
Ditto, " Head of a Young Woman," in black chalk, and another one, 

" Religious subject," ditto (Richmond), 12s. 
Farinato, P., " Jupiter Carrying a Nymph," pen and bistre, and a " Sheet 

of Sketches of Holy Families," in pen and ink (Clough), ;^s los. 
Claude Lorraine, " Landscape," pen and bistre (Colnaghi), ;6io. 
Ditto, " Classical Landscape," pen and bistre (Colnaghi), £^. 
Ditto, " Landscape," pen and bistre, washed (Obach), £31. 



230 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Claude Lorraine, "Thickly Wooded Landscape," black and white chalk (Col- 

naghi), £g los. 
Ditto, *' Italian Landscape," in bistre (Salting), £sy. 

Fragonard, H., " Landscape," large finished drawing in sepia (Murray), ;£j2oo. 
Ditto, "The Entrance to a Park," large finished drawing in sepia (Murray), 

;£;66o. 
Ditto, " Head of a Young Girl, in coloured chalks (Mailman), ;£Ji6. 
Brun, Ch. Le, " Virgin and Child," red chalk (Carfax), £i iss. 
Watteau, A., " Study of a Lady," in black and red chalk (Seligmann), £z5°- 
Poussin, E., " A Bacchanalian Scene," pen and bistre (Wild), 155. 
Rubens, P. P., " The Triumph of Bacchus," in bistre (Parsons), £1 is. 
Dyck, A. Van " Sketch for the Picture of Rinaldo and Armida," in bistre 

(Leggatt), £j 15s. 
Ditto, " Three Angels Appearing to Abraham," sketch in oils (Parsons), £2 55. 
Ditto, " Christ on the Way to Calvary," black chalk (Carfax), ^'i 55. 
Ditto, "Study of Heads," in red chalk (Mailman), £6 los. 
Backhuizen, L., " Ships in a Breeze," pen and bistre (Obach), £■; 55. 
Dekoning, L., " Landscape," pen and Indian ink (Parsons), 18s. 
Goyen, J. Van, " A Village by the River," black chalk (Obach), ^£^12. 
Huysum, J. Van, " Classical Landscape," finely painted in body colours 

(Pintner), ;^ii. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 
DRAWINGS— /n the Folio. 

A Sketch-Book, containing views, coast scenes, and studies of old buildings, 

by S. Prout (Colnaghi), £6. 
An Album, containing numerous sketches of views in Italy and Switzerland, 

by Thomas Smith (Parsons), £1 153. 
Studies of Flowers (White), 7s. 
Allingham, H., " On the Downs," " A Nymph," by S. McCloy, etc. (Mitchell), 

£3 "OS. 
Br6biette, P., " The Triumph of Neptune " and " Bacchus and Ariadne " 

(Harris), £5. 
Burton, Sir F. W., " .^n Interior," " Studies of Figures," etc. (Jones), 12s. 
Cipriani, J. B., R.A., " The Farewell," " A Nymph and Cupid " and an 

engraving (Brown & Phillips), £2 los. 
Cleaver, Reginald, " Viscount Peel as Speaker," " Sir Morell Mackenzie," by 

Ape, " The Channel Tunnel," by Linley Sambourne," etc. (Leggatt), :7s. 
Edwards, E., A.R.A., " Durham Cathedral," " A Landscape," by G. F. 

Phillips, etc. (Parsons), i8s. 
Girtin, T., " Landscape Studies " (Palser), ;£^i6. 
Goodwin, W. S., " .Studies of Clouds," " Seaford," by A. T. Devis, etc. 

(Parsons), los. 
Hamilton, Gavin, " Dido," oval (Wells), ;^i6. 
Kauffman, A., R.A., "A Classical Figure," "Adam and Eve," by H. Fuseli, 

R.A., etc. (Wagner), £2. 
Lambert, Clem, " Views at Honfleur " (Jones), los. 
Leighton, Lord, P.R..A., " Studies for ' The Return of Persephone,' " chalk 

(Peatling), £1 15s. 
Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., " Study for ' Wedded,* " chalk (Brown & Phillips), 

£2 los. 
Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., " Studies for ' Winding the Skein,' " chalk (Jones), 

£1 155- 



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Leitch, W. L., " Views at Catania, Palermo," etc. (Murray), i8s. 

Leitch, W. L., " Studies of Landscapes," etc., colour and pen and ink 

(Home), 6s. 
Lewis, J. F., R.A., " Heads of Lions " and " Studies of Animals, Birds, etc.," 

by Sir E. Landseer, R.A., and F. Taylor, etc. (Parsons), £s- 
Nasmyth, P., " Bristol," " Rouen Cathedral," by J. Coney, etc. (Dun- 

thorne), £^. 
Payne, W., " A River Scene " and " A Coast Scene," circular (Home), 8s. 
Poole, P. F., R..A., " Studies for Pictures," etc. (Colvin), 6s. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Studies for Portraits," monochrome, in oils 

(Mailman), ;£Jio. 
Rowlandson, T., " A Visit to the Grandmother," " The Poets' Comer, West 

minster," etc. (Sabin), £n. 

Framed. 
" Portrait of John Keats," with a lock of his hair, 8 x 65 (Sabin), ;£^6o. 
" A River Scene," 7x11 (Dunthorne), £1 is. 
Allingham, H., " Summer," 7 X 8| (Motchell), £6 6s. 
Allingham, H., ' Head of a Girl," 3^ X 3J (Pike), £2 2S. 
Aumonier, J., " The Strayed Flock," pastel, 19J x 29^ (Colnaghi), ;£io los. 
Baxter, G., " The Interior of St. Laurence's, Nuremberg," and " The Cathedral 

Antwerp," by T. Allom (Dunthorne), £^ 
Bennett, W., " A View in North Wales " and " Capel Curig " (Dun 

thorne), ^£^4. 
Burne-Jones, Sir E., 1887, " Study of a Female Head, for the ' Song of 

Solomon,' " pencil, 12 x 8 (Sampson), £5 los. 
Burne-Jones, Sir E., 1870, " Study of a Female Head," pencil, 11 x 8| 

(Murray), £30. 
Burne-Jones, Sir E., 1868, " Study of a Female Figure," red chalk, 14I x yh 

(Sampson), ;^io. 
Burton, Sir F. W., 1863, " Studies of Female Heads " and " A Boy," by W. 

Mulready, R..A., pencil (Parsons), 14s. 
Carlisle, The Earl of, " The Residency. Lucknow," 13! x loj (Menden), £2. 
Collingwood, W., 1873, " The Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau," and " The Source 

of the Visp," by E. P. Morgan " (Regnalt), £s los. 
Cotman, J. S., " Woody Landscape," 8 x 13 (Mitchell), £^. 
Cox, D., " Hilly Landscape," I2j x 195 (Sampson), ;^8 los. 
Cox, D., " Beddgelert," 19 x 245 (Sampson), ;^io los. 
Cox, D., " Snowdon Range," 105 x 14 (Sampson), £6 6s. 
Cox, D., " Conway Castle," " Landscapes," etc., sepia, eight in two frames 

(.Agnew), £1-; 17s. 
Cruikshank, G., " The Adventures of Mr. Lambkin," two studies, and two 

prints, in one frame (Sabin), £1^ 15s. 
Doyle, R., " Fairy Children," two in one frame (Hart), ;^I4 14s. 
Frederick, The Empress, 1870, " Portrait of the Princess Victoria Elizabeth 

.Augusta Charlotte of Saxe Meiningen," chalk, oval, 16 x i2| (Sampson), 

£1 lis. 6d. 
Fielding, C, " Highland Landscape," g x 12^ (Sampson), £.i 4s. 
Fielding, C, " Near Llangollen, Denbighshire," 4J x 6J (Sampson), £^ $s. 
Francia, F. L., 1801, " Mountainous River Scene," 8j x 15 (Wimperis), £3. 
Gainsborough, T., R.A., " Woody Landscape," 9 x 12J (Colnaghi), ;^58 16s. 
Gainsborough, T., R.A., " Woody Landscape," black and white chalk, 6J x 8 

(Paterson), £6. 



232 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Giallina, A., 1890, " A Ruined Temple " (Covington), 14s. 

Girtin, T., " Porte St. Denis," 15^ x igi (Carfax), £^120 155. 

Hargitt, E., " Landscape," 9 x 12J (Peatling), £6 

Haushalter, G., 1895, " Venice," 18 X ii| (Wimperis), 155. 

Haushalter, G., 1895, " On tlie Lagoons " and " A Canal Scene, Venice," a 

pair, II X 83 (Dunthorne), £2. 
Haushalter, G., 1895, " Santa Maria della Salute, Venice," and " A View in 

Florence : Moonlight," a pair, 12X9 (Leggatt), £1 is. 
Hunt, W. Holman, " Study, for the Heads of the youthful Saviour and the 

Virgin, for the picture ' Christ among the Doctors,' " charcoal, 10 x 14 

(Brown & Phillips), ^24 3s. 
Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., " Rebecca," sepia, 6| x si (Leggatt), £t. 
Leighton, Lord, P.R..A., " Studies, for ' Whispers,' and ' Acme and Septimus,' " 

chalk, iij X 9 (Parsons), £2 2S. 
Leighton, Lord, P.R..\., " Studies, for ' A Summer Moon,' " chalk, 12J x 9 

(Murray), £3. 
Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., " A Nude Study for ' Clytie,' " chalk, 14 x loj 

(Sampson), £j\. 
Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., " A Nude Female Study," red chalk, and " Head of 

a Girl Asleep," chalk (Carfax), ;^22 is. 
Leitch, W. L., " The Cathedral at Palermo," S\ x 13^ (Dunthorne), £5 iss. 6d 
Leitch, W. L., " Ischia " and " La Castella, Nuova " (Parsons), £1 is. 
Leitch, W. L., " Sea Study, near Ramsgate," and " A River Scene, near 

Rome " (Saunders), ;^i ss. 
Leitch, W. L., " Studies of Herbage " and " Helensburgh " (Butler), los. 
Louise, H.R.H. Princess, 1882, " The Falls of Niagara," 18 x 255 (Parsons), £1. 
Marks, H. S., R.A., " .An Iceland Falcon " and " A Lanner Falcon," a pair, 

6 X 4i (Drew), £2 5s. 
Marshall, H. M., 1884, " Westminster," 6\ x 8f (Carlisle), £s SS- 
Martineau, Gertrude, 1874, " A Highland Valley," 13J x i8j (Leggatt), £1 ids. 
Martineau, Gertrude, 1875-6, " A Moorland Loch " and " A Rocky Coast " 

(Drew), £2 los. 
Maurier, G. Du, " The .'\rtist's Studio," " Hearts of Oak," and " The Times," 

by Linley Sambournc, pen and ink (Parsons), £g gs. 
May, W. W., " Sunshine on the .Sails," 95 X 15 (Butler), £1 is. 
Mogford, J., " Godrevy Lighthouse at St. Ives, Cornwall," 13I x 2o| (Bare- 
foot), £3 3s. 
Moore, Albert, " A Female Study," chalk, 9x4 (Agnew), £^ los. 
Nash, J., " A French Harbour Scene," 10 x 145 (Leggatt), £1 los. 
Palmer, Sutton, 1878, " A Quiet Day on the Thames," 10 x 14 (Dunthorne^ 

£g 19s. 6d. 
Paton, Sir J. Noel, P.R.S.A., 1848, " The Midsummer Night's Dream," pen 

and ink, and " A Study for the Same," pencil (Leggatt), ;£^io 10s. 
Payne, W., 1820, " The Thames from Richmond Hill," 11 X i6i (Wick), 

£1 lis. 6d. 
Payne, W., " River Scene," 3! x SJ (Ring), £2 2S. 
Pearson, C, " Tynemouth Castle," 8J x 135 (Sampson), £2 los. 
Pearson, W., " A Valley with two Figures," 8 x 14J, and Poole, P. F., R.A, 

" On the Llugwy, North Wales," and " Nuneham Woods," by W. 

Riviere (Colnaghi), £y 17s. 6d. 
Poynter, Sir E. J., P.R.A., 1901, " An Italian Garden," 14 x loj (Bowden]k 

;£;22 IS. 

Prout, S., " The Campanile, Venice," pencil, 14^ x loi ( ), £j ys. 



May 28, 1901. 233 

Prout, S., " Coast Scene," rji x 13J (Austen), ;^3 55. 

Purser, W., "The Acropolis, Athens," loi X isi (Dunthorne), £^ >s. 

Reinagle, R. R., R.A., " A View from the Shore of Keswick Lake," loj x &i 

(Dunthorne), £2 los. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Children," pen and ink, 64 x 7I (Murray), £25. 
Roberts, D., R.A., 1839, " The Sea of Galilee," gi X 131 (Dunthorne), £2. 
Roberts, D., R.A., " Monte Angelo and Castello del Novo," gf X 13I (Rentorts;. 

£1 los. 
Roberts, D., R.A., " The Colossi, Thebes," and " A View on the Tiber, Rome ' 

(Leggatt), £;i los. 
Roberts, D., R.A., " The Town-Hall, Ghent," and " St. Andrew's Church, 

Brunswick," pencil and ink (Ward), £n :os. 
Roberts, D., R.A., " Ponte Aurelio, Rome," and " The Coliseum," pencil 

(Murray), £g los. 
Rossetti, D. G., " A Study of Two Boys, for ' La Bella Mano," " coloured 

chalk, 2sJ X 30 (Sampson), £s S^- 
Rossetti, D. G., " Studies of Figures, for ' Dante at the Bier of Beatrice,' " 

chalk (Sampson), ;£."io los. 
Rossetti, D. G., " Desdemona : Study for the picture," chalk, 2-ji x 20 

(Sampson), £3 3s. 
Rossetti, D. G., " Study for the Head, in the ' Bower Maiden,' " coloured 

chalk, 20 X iS (Carfax), ;{;io los. 
Rossetti, D. G., " Fiametta : Study of the head of Mrs. Stillman," coloured chalk, 

i8| X 13 (Hart), £S i8s. 6d. 
Rossetti, D. G., " Study of Dante, for the Predella of ' Dante's Dream,' " 

chalk, 17I X Mi (Sampson), £1 is. 
Rossetti, D. G., " Miss Siddal," seated, pencil, and " Head of Miss Siddal," 

pen and ink (Murray), ;£'26 5s. 
Rowlandson, T., " Portrait of Miss Baker," loj X 7i (Hooper), £^4 2s. 
Ruskin, J., " The Colonnade of the Doge's Palace, Venice," 18^ x iij (Carfax;, 

£23 I2S. 

Ruskin, J., " A Study of Trees," " A Landscape : Moonlight," and " .A 

Landscape " (Ward), £^ 4s. 

Severn, Arthur, " Mountainous Lake Scene," 8| x 11 ( ), £3 3s. 

Stothard, T., R.A., " The Wellington Shield," as originally designed, sepia 

(Humphry), ;£74 14s. 6d. 
Stothard, T., R.A., " Studies for the Wellington Shield," sepia, mounted as a 

table-top (Murray), £g 9s. 
Stothard, T., R..A., " Illustrations," sepia, five in one frame (Humphry), 

£i 13s- fid- 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., "The Lake of Lucerne," 9J x 145 (Colnaghi), ;^i26. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Rheinfels," 7X9 (Paterson), ^'52 :os. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Chateau Gaillard," vignette (Ward), j£j2i. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Geneva," 9 x 14^ (Agnew), ;^23 2s. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " The Lake of Como," 9J x 14! (Sampson), £1;^ 13s. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Bridge near the Rhone at St. Maurice," gi x i4i 

(Sampson), £8 8s. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Lake of Lucerne," gf x 141 (Colnaghi), ;^i6 i6s. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Swiss Lake Scene," 9J X 145 (Sampson), £g gs. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Sunset at Sea," gj X 14 (Leggatt), ;£^io los. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Mountain Scene," 4I X7i (Dunthorne), £^ 4s. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " King's College, Cambridge," chalk, 8 x loj 

(Smith), ;£^i4 14s. 



234 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " A Road, by the Side of a Wall," chalk, loj x 8, 

and Varley, J., " A Watermill, near Dolgelly," 8 X 12 (Agnew), £^ ids. 
Waterford, Louisa, Marchioness of, " Christmas Carols," 4J x 6 (Smith), £j 3s. 
Webling, Ethel, " Head of Mrs. Rowe," pastel, and " Head of Father Damien," 

by E. Clifford, 1888, black and white (Parsons), £.1 is. 
Whistler, J. M., " Two Ladies on the Shore," 7« X 6 (Paterson), ;£J2I. 
Whistler, J. M., " A Nude Female Figure," chalk, 135 x 7 (Amor), £^0 9s. 
Whistler, J. M., " Nude Female Studies," chalk (Parsons), £34 13s. 
Whistler, J. M., " A Girl putting on a Sandal " and " Two Figures," chalk 

(Paterson), ;^37 16s. 
Whistler, J. M., " A Girl, in white drapery," chalk, 12 X sJ (Parsons), £2^ us. 
Whitley, Kate M., 1886, " Minerals and Fossils," 8| x 20j (Vicars), £2 53. 
Wint, P. De, " A Woody Landscape," 12 x 10 (Dunthorne), £6 6s. 6d. 
Wirgman, T. Blake, 1882, " Professor Huxley in his Study," pencil, 8f x loj 

(Dunthorne), £^ 4s. 



May 29, 1908. 235 



May 29, 1908 (Third Day's Sale). 

MODERN PICTURES. 

Bromley, Ida M., 1887, " Ofi Honfleur," loi x 23! (Birch), £2 3S- 

Calkin, L., " Portrait of Viscount Peel," black and white, 30 X 22i (Sampson), 

£1 IS. 

Crome, J. B., " River Scene," uk X 13I (A. M. Smith), £6 16s. 6d. 

Diaz, " Woody Landscapes," a pair, 4j X 7 (.'\. M. Smith), £6 i6s. 6d. 

Koekkoek, H., " Sea Piece," 20 x 28^ (Permain\ £,12 12s. 

Leighton, Lord, P.R..A.. " Clytie," 61 X 53^ Royal Academy, 1896 (Sampson), 

;£7i78 los. 
Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., " Orpheus in Hades : A Sketch for the Picture called 

' The Triumph of Music,' " loi X 14^ (Sampson), £2 2S. 
Lopp^, G., " A Glacier," 8 x 4^ (Sampson), los. 6d. 
Loudan, W. Mouat, 1893, " A Reverie," 3Si X 27^ (Marlay), ;,^3i los. 
Poole, P. F., R.A., " The Vision of Ezekiel," 20J x 29 (Sampson), £1 is. 
Poynter, Sir E. J., P.R.A., i88g, " High Noon," 16 X 8| (Gooden & Fox), 

£iiS los. 
Scott, .Alex., " Views in the Himalayas," a pair, 8x12 (A. M. Smith), £1 is. 
Tennant, Dorothy, 1885, " A Nymph by a River," 7i x Si (Sampson), £4 4s. 
Troubetskoy, P., " Portrait of the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone," 35! X 27i 

(Agnew), £131 5s. 
Weigall, H., 1884, " Portrait of Cardinal Manning," 29 x 24 (Sampson), £3 3s. 
Wilson, J., " 4ea Piece," 115 x 195 (Leggatt), £4 4s. 
Watts, G. F., R.A., " The Rider on the White Horse," 25^ x 20J, New 

Galle /, 1896-7 (Paterson), £2-;;^. 
Wood, J., " Venus Rising from the Sea," i8| X 135 (Nash), los. 6d. 

PICTURES OF THE EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 
" Head of a Young Girl," 175 x ii| (Leggatt), £1 is. 
Gainsborough, T., R.A. (after), " The Cottage Door." 35I: x 27J (T. Permain), 

£6 6s. 
Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Head of a Child," a sketch, 17 x 13! (Leggatt), 

^14 14s. 
Opie, J., R.A., " Portrait of the Artist," 22^ x 18 (Partridge), ;£Ji7 17s. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " A Woody Landscape," 28^ X 28, Burlington 

House, 1903 (Sulley), ;£i^430 los. 
Dyck, Sir A. Van, " A Soldier on Horseback," 141 x gi (Paterson), £g 9s. 
Wilson, R., R..A., " River Scene," 8 x iij (Shepherd), ;t>i7 i/S- 
Wilson, R., R..A., " River Scene, with boats and figures," 8i x 13J (Longley), 

£2 i2s. 6d. 
Wilson, R., R.j\., " River Scene, with two Figures," 12 x i9i (Agnew), ;£r3i los. 

PICTURES BY OLD MASTERS. 
FRENCH SCHOOL. 
Greuze, J. B., " Head of a Young Girl," oval, 2o| x 17 (Muller), ;^iiS los. 
Greuze, J. B. (after), " Head of a Girl," 17J x 14 (T. Permain), ;ti6 16s. 
Claude Lorraine, " The Fisherman and .Angler," 25 x 3oi, Smith's " Cata- 
logue Raisonn^," No. 393 (.Agnew), ;^63o. 
Poussin, G., " Lake Scene," 66 x 54 (Cohen), ;^io los. 
Poussin, G., " Mountainous Landscape," 36! x 59 (Carfax), £m 2s. 



236 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



DUTCH AND FLEMISH SCHOOLS. 
Bloemen, J. F. Van, " A View on the Seine in Paris," 9 x 24 (Agnew), 

Capelle, J. Van De, " A Calm," i8f x i8|, Burlington House, 1895 (Colnaghi 

and Co.), ;^i,io2 los. 

FLEMISH SCHOOL. 
"The Adoration of the Magi," 29 x 2ii (Cohen), ;^i3 13s. 
Ruysdael, J., "The Bleaching Ground," 17J x 21, Smith's "Catalogue 

Raisonn^," No. 200 (Carfax), ^966. 
Somer, P. Van, " Portrait of Henry, Third Earl of Southampton," 22 x 17J 

(Crawford), ;^58 i6s. 
Velde, W. Van de, "A Naval Engagement," 12J x 20 (Repton), ;^ii iis. 
Werfi, A. Van Der, " The Interior of a Cavern," 14I x 12 (Gooden & Fox), 

;^52 lOS. 

Koln, Wilhelm Von, " The Virgin," s| x 45 (Colnahgi & Co.), ;^s8 16s. 

ITALIAN SCHOOL. 
" Saint Catherine," 23I X 17 (A. M. Smith), £2 2s. 
" The Madonna and Child," 6^ x 6 (A. M. Smith), £g 19s. 6d. 
" A Lady, in white dress, and a Gentleman, bound with chains," 9J x 7J 

(A. M. Smith), ;^2i. 
" Two Monks," 8 X i2j, and Baroccio, F., " The Madonna," 17 x 12^ (Sten- 

house), £2 I2S. 6d. 
Carracci, " Saint Francis," 26^ x 21J (Wall), £1 lis. 6d. 
Carracci, " Jupiter and lo," 9^ in. circle (Nash), £1 lis. 6d. 
Carracci, " Amphitrite," 18 x 25 (Cohen), £1 iis. 6d. 
Correggio, " The Virgin with the Infant Christ and Saint John," yi x 8^ 

(Smith), ;^s8 i6s. 
Guardi, F., " The Island of St. Giorgio," 5x8 (Wall), £46 4s. 
Guercino, " Saint Petronilla," 49J x 29 (Collings), ;£,I2 12s. 
Parmigiano, " The Virgin and Sleeping Infant," on a shaped panel (Colnaghi 

& Co.), ;^44 2s. 
Perugino, " The Madonna and Child," 5! x 45 (A. M. Smith), £2 2S. 
Raffaelle, " The Vision of Ezekiel," 16 X iif (Sampson), ^£,'21. 
Raffaelle (after), " The Madonna della -Sedia," 275 in. circle (Mullen), £2 12s. 6d. 
Schiavone, Andrea, " Jupiter, and the Nymph Lara," 9 x 455 (Carfax), £8g 5s. 
Solimena, F., " Zeuxis, painting the picture of Helen from the five most 

beautiful virgins of Croton," on copper, 14I x 19J (Wall), ;£^i6 i6s. 
Veronese, P., " The Feast in Simon's House : A Study for the Picture," 

12 X 19 (Sampson), ;^5 ss. 



May 29, 1908 (after the sale of the collection of Sir James 
Knowles, deceased). 

THE PROPERTY OF A NOBLEMAN. 

PICTURES. 
Bonington, R. P., " Dunstanborough Castle, Northumberland," loj x isJ 

(Mitchell), ;^io los. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1871, " On a Dairy-Farni," 47 x 71 (Lister), £s2 los. 



May 29, 1908, 237 

Crome, J., " The Edge of a Wood," 26^ x 32 (Stenhouse), ;^2i. 
Dawson, H., " The Wooden Walls of England," 36 X S7i (Peel), ;£;i47. 
Hodebert, L., i886, " The Bathers," 41 X 54 (Permain), ^^84. 
Lawrence, " Two Young Children," 50 X 40 (C. Davis), £^gg. 
Linton, W., 1837, " The Bay of Naples," 21J x 38^ (Stenhouse), £^ 9s. 
Macculloch, H., R.S.A., 1866, " Loch Katrine, Perthshire," 43 x 72 (Wallis), 

Muller, W., 1843, " The Acropolis, Athens," 38J x 643 (Sampson), ;£ri36 los. 
Scott, Alex., 1896, " A Tropical Landscape," 26J x 38^ (Nash), £1 is. 

DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 

DRAWINGS. 

Foster, Birket, " Buildings, with figures on an Italian lake," 4 ^ SJ (Agnew). 
£36 15s. 

Foster, Birket, " Tivoli," SJ x 4 (Agnew), £31 10s. 

Wint, P. De, " River Scene," :o x 28 (.-Vgnew), ^^42. 

Fielding, C, " Lake Scene," g\ x 12^ (Gooden & Fox), £52 ids. 

Richardson, T. M., 1859, " In the Pass of Glencoe," 36 x 50 (Mullen), ;£^24i ids. 

Foster, Birket, " The Doge's Palace and Campanile, Venice," sl x 8 (Samp- 
son), ;^86 2S. 

Foster, Birket, " San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice," sl X 8 (Sampson), ;^84. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " The Trial of the Ring," vignette (Betts), ^£789 5s. 
Hunt, W., " Primroses and Hedge Sparrow's Nest," 7j x 105 (Gooden & Fox) 

j£:So 8s. 
Hunt, W., " Apricots, Plums and Greengage," oval, 7$ x 11 (Vicars), ^£'22 is. 
Hunt, W., " Purple and White Grapes," 75 X 11 (Vicars), ;^34 13s. 
Cotman, J. S., " A Sea Piece, with gulls," 11 x is| (Neale), ;^io ids. 
Hunt, W., " A Sketch for ' A Cold Morning,' " 7 X 7f (Neale,) £7 7s. 
Thorne-Waite, R., " Milking-Time," lOj X 141 (Agnew), ;^24 3s. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Schloss Eltz," 6x9 (Boss), £3g i8s. 
Foster, Birket, " Coblentz on the Rhine," 6x9 (Agnew), £g^ los. 
Prout, S., " View in an Old Town," 16s x 115 (Simmons), £2g i8s. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Ben Arthur, Scotland," sepia, 7J x loj (Baxter), 

£5 Ss- 
Ruskin, J., " Portrait of Miss Lily .'\rmstrong," i2i x 9J (Threadgold), ;^3i ids. 

PICTURES. 

Bonington, R. P., " Beach Scene," 26 x 39J (Wylie), £8^. 

Shayer, W., sen., " Fisherfolk on the Seashore." 19 x 26 (Lister), £1^ 4s. 6d. 

Linnell, J., sen., " Dovedale," on panel, 7^ X iif (Sampson), £25 4s. 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 

PASTEL. 

Burne-Jones, Sir E., 1878, " Angeli Laudantes," 84 x 6oi, Collection of William 
Imrie, Esq., 1907 (Agnew), ;^78 15s. 

PICTURE. 

Rossetti, D. G., 1882, " Proserpine," 30 x 15, Collection of William Imrie, 
Esq., 1907 (Sampson), ;^325 los. 



238 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 

PASTELS. 

Gardner, D., " Portrait of Mrs. Minchin " (tide Mary Willett Miller), 15J x Taj 
and " Portrait of Captain Ralph Willett Miller," 15^ x 12J (G. Smith), 
£iS7 los. 

Rocca, Andrea, 1779, " Painting," " Architecture," " Sculpture " and " Music," 
a set of four, oval, 31 x 23J (Weil), ^50 8s. 

Kau£tman, A., R.A., " Portrait of a Lady," 4 x io| (Glen), ;£'io ids. 



PICTURES. 

Russell, J., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Charles Wesley " and " Portrait of her 

Son, Samuel Wesley," a pair, 30 X 25 (Lowe), ^£^57 155. 
Weenix, J. B., " Dogs and Dead Birds in a Landscape," 61 X 76 (Cohen), 

jr26 5s. 
Weenix, J. B., " Dead Game in a Garden," 61 X 76 (Cohen), £2^ 17s. 
Crome, J., " Harling Gate, Norfolk," iij x g\ (Barlow), ;^2i. 
Constable, J., R.A., " Young Waltonians," 11 J x si (Tooth), ;£;78 15s. 
Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Portrait of a Lady," 34 x 27 (Dunthorne), £5y 155. 



EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

" Portrait of a Lady," oval, 14 X 115 (Dunthorne), ^:6 i6s. 

Netscher, G.," A Lady making Lace," on copper, 13I x 11 (Colnaghi & Co.), 

£50 8s. 
Dolci, C, " Saint John," 34 X 26I (Nicholson), £6 6s. 

Guido, " Christ crowned with Thorns," 28 X 36^ (Dunthorne), £2 12s. 6d. 
Mommers, H., " Market Figures near a Ruin," 31 x 25 (Collings), £8 8s. 
Romney, G., " Portrait of a Lady," 23I x iqj (Coureau), ^^315. 
Hondecoeter, M., " Birds and Guinea-Pig in a Garden," 60 x 38 (Renton), 

/:6 6s. 
Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., " Portrait of Miss Philadelphia Barbara Douglas 

McMurdo, daughter of Lieut. -Col. McMurdo," oval, 27 x 22 (Wood), ;£,63- 
Berchem, " Hilly Landscape," loj circle (Howard), £2 5s. 
Cotes, F., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Devon," 30 x 25 (White), ;^47 js. 
Lawrence, Sir T., P.R..^., " Head of a Young Boy," a sketch, 20 X i( j 

(Elwes), £29 i8s. 
Tinelli, C. T., " Portrait of a Lady," 40J X 315 (Wellesby), /,I3 13s. 
Velde, W. Van De, " Shipping in a Calm at the Mouth of a River," 19I x 255 

(Mallmann), £6^. 
Watteau, " Figures in a Wood," 125 x 95 (Rutherford), ;^io los. 
Velasquez, " Portrait of Don Caesar de Cardenas," unframed, 29^ x 24^ 

(Howard), ;^ios. 
Greco, II, " Saint Andrew," unframed, 28 x 2ii (Lane), ;£,'99 15s. 
Northcote, J., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Jordan," 40 X 31I (Parsons), ;^30 9s. 
Willaerts, J. S., " Coast Scene," 24 x 43 (Wyatt), £g gs- 

EARLY GERMAN SCHOOL. 
" The Holy Family," 21 x 14 (Glen), ;^3i los. 



May 29, 1908. 239 



THE PROPERTY OF A LADY. 

PICTURES. 

Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Portrait of Miss Holl, of Cheltenham," 28 x 234 

(Coureau), ;£J'i78 los. 
Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " The Fortune-Teller," 23 x 16, Engraved by J. 

Young (Coureau), £~8 15s. 

The following were sold by order cf the executors of 
William Hill Dawson, Esq., deceased, late of 50 Kensing- 
ton Court, VV. : — 

PICTURES. 
Hoppner, J., R..\., " Portrait of Mrs. Sophia Dawson," agj x 24 (Dawson), 

£ggy los. 
Hoppner, J., R..A., " Portrait of William Dawson, Esq.," of St. Leonards Hill, 

Berks, Settle, Yorks, and Manchester Square, London, 295 x 24 (Dawson), 

£i6S. 
Hoppner, J., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Sarah Dawson," 2gJ x 24 (Dawson), 

£703 "OS. 
Hoppner, J., R..'\., " Portrait of William Dawson, Esq., of Craven, Yorks," 

291 X 24 (Dawson), ;£J^220 los. 

The following were sold by order of the executrix of 
Captain L. M. Strachey, deceased, late of The Nook, Ryde, 
Isle of Wight : — 

PICTURES. 
Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Portrait of Archdeacon Strachey," 35J x 271 (Mitchell), 

£g 19s. 6d. 
Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Portrait of Archdeacon Strachey" 30 X 25 (Vicars), 

;£'30 9s. 

EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 
" Portrait of Colonel Wombwell," 29 x 24 (Parsons), £1^ 13s. 
Fouquet, A., 1838, " Portrait of Mrs. Margaret Strachey (n^e de Rothe>, 

39 X 31I (T. Permain), £■; -s. 
Fouquet, A., 1840, " Portrait of Henry Placede Strachey, R.N.," 2it x 17} 

(.Amor), /Ti is. 
Hoppner, J., R.A., " Portrait of Sir Archibald Edmonstone," and the engraving 

by C. Turner, 28J x 23 (Leggatt), £g igs. 6d. 
Manzoni, P., " A Wood Scene " and " A River Scene," on panel (Ceilings), 

£S 5s. 

The following were sold by order of the trustees of the 
late Sir Robert Loder, Bart., of 47, Grosvenor Square, W., 
owing to the death of Lady Loder : — • 

MODERN PICTURES. 
Ansdell, R., R.A., " Retriever and Pheasant," 23? x loi (Mitchell), £^ 5s. 
Burgess, J. B., R.A., " The First Fan." 35^ x 27^ (Mitchell), £2$ 7s. 



240 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Burgess, J. B., R.A., " Buy My Roses." i6J x 12J ( ), ;^3 3s. 

Duffield, W., " Dead Deer and Birds," 50 X .\o (Collings), £iy 17s. 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., " My First Sermon," 13J x 9I (Sampson), ;^ios. 
Wilkie, Sir D., R.-A., " Peasants Drinking outside a Tavern : A Study for ' The 
Village Festival,'" iij x isi (Sampson), £25 4s. 

PICTURES BY OLD MASTERS. 
Duven, B. Van, " The Adoration of the Shepherds," 7I x 6f (Gooden & Fox) 

;£'l0 los. 

Gainsborough, T., R.A., " Portrait of the Artist's Daughter," Mary, the youngest 
daughter, married in 1780 to Johann Christian Fischer, the celebrated 
hautboy player, oval, 30 X 263, Burlington House, 1882 (A. Wertheimer), 
;^4,777 los. 

Gainsborough, T. R.A., " Portrait of the Artist's Wife," 28 x 23^, Burlington 
House, 1882 (A. Wertheimer), ;^2,782 los. 

Hondecoeter, G., " Poultry, Ducks, Peacock and Pigeons," 37 x 6i| (Roe), 
;^i8 i8s. 

Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Heads of Emily and Laura," daughters of C. B. 
Calmady, Esq., unfinished, 2if, circle (Colnaghi), ;ts88. 

Nain Le, A. and L., " A Children's Concert," 26I x 33 (A. Wertheimer), 

£^,333 los- 
Ostade, A., " Rustic Interior," 15J x 2ij (Paterson), ;^iiS los. 
Reynolds, " Portrait of Dr. Johnson," iif x 95 (I.ongley), ;^io los. 
Teniers, D., " A Village Merrymaking," 225 x 33J (Parsons), £y5 12s. 
Teniers, D., " A Peasant Lighting his Pipe," gj x I2j (Leggatt), ;£'33 12s. 
Terburg, G., " A Lady, seated by a Table," 20 X 15 (Glen), ;^2i. 
Velde, Van de, " A Calm with Shipping," 12^^ x 17 (Gooden & Fox), ;^i2 12s. 
Viviani, O., "The Courtyard of a Palace at Rome," 91 x 11 (Duncan), £3 3s. 
Weenix, J. B., " Dead Game and Implements of the Chase," i5i x 13 (Vokins), 

£29 8s. 



June I, 1908. 241 

June 1, 1908. The following were the property of 
Alfred Trapnell, Esq., of Great Chalfield, WoUstonecraft 
Road, Bournemouth. 

ETCHINGS BY A. H. HAIG. 

Framed. 
" Balmoral Castle," " Holyrood, West Doorway," and " Buckingham Palace " 

(Kennedy), £1^ 4s. 
" Lubeck : Waiting for the Ferry," " Schloss Zwingenburg on the Necker " and 

"A Cavalcade, Old Rouen " (Kennedy), £s 'S^- 6d. 
" A Swedish Church," " A Swedish River," " Strasburg " and " The Towers 

of Laon " (Farwell), £8 8s. 
" Huy : Belgium," " Stockholm : Morning," " Westminster Abbey : the 

Chancel," and " Bayonne " (Dunthorne), £S 8s. 
" Seville," " Going his Rounds " and " An Old Porchway, Chartres " (Fine Art 

Society), ;^s iss. 6d. 
" Waggons at Bruges," " Venice," " Linlithgow " and two others (Leggatt), 

£3 13s. 6d. 
"Linlithgow Palace," "The Altar of St. Anna, Burgos Cathedral," " Nassauer 

Haus, Nuremberg " and " On Lake Malaren, Stockholm " ( ), £^ 4s. 

" In Church," " A Street in France " and " In Toledo Cathedral (Dickins), 

£9 9=- 
" On a Swedish Lake," " A Cavalcade," " Goslar " and " Haddon Hall " 

(Barnard), ^3 3s. 
" Kirkstall Abbey. The Crypt," " Kirkstall Abbey : Small Interior," and " The 

Tower of St. Pierre, Caen " (Farwell), £^ :4s. 6d. 
" Westminster Abbey Series," a set of five (Fine Art Society), £s Ss. 
" A Swedish Pulpit," " An Old Hanse Town," print, and " An Old German 

Mill," print (Tooth), £2 12s. 6d. 
" Flemish Lace Workers " and " Wisby : Towing in the Priza " (Kennedy), 

;£6 6s. 
" Jedburgh Abbey Doorway," " Holyrood : South Aisle," and " S. Maria de 

Capitol, Cologne " (Dickins), £y 7s. 
" In Rhineland," " Lichfield " and " Burgos, West Front " (Farwell), £3 3*. 
" The Portico de la Gloria, Santiago, Spain " (Baerlein), £y 7s. 
" The Cloisters of St. Jerome, Belem, Lisbon " (Baerlein), £^ 14s. 6d. 
" The South Aisle, Burgos Cathedral " (Tooth), ;£^ii os. 6d. 
" Chateau V'itr^ " (Barnard), £2 12s. 6d. 

" St. Cruz, Coimbra," and " Bussaco " (Barnard), £1 us. 6d. 
" Ulm Cathedral : Interior " (Tooth), £6 6s. 
" Burgos Cathedral : The Cloisters " (Dickins), £^ 14s. 6d. 
" Cairo : In the Arab Quarter " (Fine Art Society), £s 15s. 6d. 
" The Legend of the Bells " and " Kirkstall Abbey : the Cloisters " (Kennedy), 

£2 2S. 
" A Corner of Seville Cathedral " (Fine Art Society), ^^5 15s. 6d. 
" Pampluna : Returning from the Fair " (Fine Art Society), £5 153. 6d. 
" Notre Dame, Paris " (Tooth), ;^5 15s. 6d. 
" The Basilica of St. Gilles at Aries " (Tooth), £y 7s. 
" The Castle of Vitr^," " Conventual Church of San Juan, Toledo," and " In 

the Aisle, Amieni Cathedral " (Dunthorne), £4 44. 



242 ART PRICES CURREI^JT. 

" Amiens on the Somme " and " North Transept, Rheims " (Ling), £2 12s. 6d. 

" St. Edmund's Chapel, Westminster Abbey " (Obach), ;^8 8s. 

" The North Chancel Aisle, Westminster Abbey " (Fine Art Society), ;^3 13s. 6d. 

" The North Porch, Westminster Abbey '" (Barnard), £?2 12s. 6d. 

"Canterbury Cathedral, Exterior," and "Canterbury from the Stour " (E. B. 

Harris), ;^3 3s. 
"York Minster, Interior" (Kennedy), £1 us. 6d. 

" Canterbury Cathedral : the Pilgrim's Aisle " (Fine Art Society), £S i8s. 6d. 
" Peterborough Cathedral " (Tooth), £t, 13s. 6d. 
" Tarragona Cathedral : View of Chancel " (Dunthorne), £y 7s. 
" Palencia Cathedral : the Troscoro " (Kennedy), £S 8s. 
" Palencia Cathedral : the Altar of the Visitation " (Kennedy), £s Ss. 
" Upsala Cathedral, the Exterior " (Fine Art Society), £8 i8s. 6d. 
" Amiens Cathedral, Interior " (Dickins), £n 4s. 
" Assisi, the Church of St. Francesco " (Kennedy), ;i£rio los. 
" Assisi : an October Everting " (Dickins), £5 Ss. 

" Segovia : the Alcazar," and " .\ Hill Town, Navarre " (Covington), £2 12s. 6d. 
" Interior of San Zeno, Verona," and " Upsala Cathedral " (Gladwell), 

;^I2 IS. 6d. 

"The North Porch. Chartres " (Fine Art Society), £4 4s. 

" The Cathedral of Chartres," presentation proof (Kennedy), £1;^ 13s. 

" La Madeleine de Troyes " and " Vespers " (Klackner), £5 55. 

" The Floating Market, Stockholm," and " The Skippers' Guild, Lubeek " 

(Kennedy), £2 12s. 6d. 
" Oxford, Magdalen College " (Kennedy), £6 6s. 
" Barcelona Cathedral " and " Grim Toledo " fDunthorne^, £3 3s. 
" Arab Students, Cairo," and " Entrance to the Mosque of Mahomed Bey, 

Cairo " (Dunthorne), £2 3s. 
" Venice : Courtyard of the Ducal Palace," and " The Pulpit of St. Fermo 

Maggiore, Verona " (Barnard), £2 12s. 6d. 
" Venice, Interior of St. Mark's " (Kennedy), £ig 19s. 
" Venice, Exterior of St. Mark's " (Tooth), £g 19s. 6d. 
" Venice, The Chapels of San Marco," the set of four (Baerlein), £f J*. 
" At the Fountain of St. George " (Tooth), £6 6s. 
" Cefalu Cathedral " (Dickins), £S 18s. 6d. 
" Palermo, Palatine Chapel " (Dickins), ;£j'22 u. 
" The Morning of the Festival " (Tooth), £26 7s. 
" Limburg on the Lahn " (Dunthorne), £8 8s. 
" The Portals of Rheims Cathedral " (Dunthorne), ;^i8 i8s. 
" Street Scene and Cathedral, Chartres " (Dunthorne), ;^ii us. 
" In the Aisle of Chartres " (Dunthorne), ;£r26 5s. 
" Durham Cathedral, Interior " (Dunthorne), ;^is 155. 
" A Street in Seville " (Fine Art Society), ;^I2 is. 6d. 
" Burgos Cathedral, Interior " (Tooth), ;^47 5s. 
" Toledo Cathedral, Interior " (Dunthorne), ;^29 8s. 
" A Quiet Hour " (Fine Art Society), ;^42. 
" The Vesper Bell " (Haynes), ^£^65 2s. 
" Mont St. Michel " (Fine Art Society), j^34 13s. 

Other Properties. 

" Le Stryge," etching by C. Mdryon, second state (Eyles), £2 2*. 
" La Galerie de Notre Dame," ditto, first state (Dunthorne), £g o» 



June r, 1908. 243 

" Thames Police " and " Limehouse," etchings by J. M. Whistler, two in one 

frame (Colnaghi), £8 8s. 
" Tyzac Whiteley " and " The Pool," by ditto, two in one frame (Dunthorne), 

/^.g 19s. 6d. 
" Portrait of Mrs. N.," etching by J. J. Tissot (Ball), £1 is. 
" The Shipwreck." after J. M. W. Turner, R.A., by C. Turner, engraver's 

proof, signed (Cunyngham), jC^ ^s. 

TURNER'S LIBER STUDIORUM. 

" Juvenile Tricks," " Marine Dabblers " and " Young .Anglers," first states, 
" Juvenile Tricks " and " Fifth Plague of Egypt," second states (Millea), 
£1 IIS. 6d. 

" Lauffenbourgh on the Rhine," first state (Dunthorne), £1 is. 

The Same, second and third states, and " The Egremont Seapiece " (Dun- 
thorne), £1 IS. 

" A Watermill " and " Farm-yard with a Cock," first states, and " Spenser's 
Fairy Queen," third state (Dunthorne), £2 2S. 

" Spenser's Fairy Queen," third state, " Rivaux .Abbey," second state, and 
another (Dunthorne), £2 2S. 

The following were the property of Geo. Brodie, Esq., 
deceased, late of g, Park Mansions, Knightsbridge, W. 

" The Giralda Tower, Seville," etching by A. H. Haig (Tooth), ;^i3 13s. 

" Chartres, the North Porch," etching, by ditto (Fine -Art Society), ;^5 iss. 6d. 

" Chartres, Street Scene and Cathedral," etching, by ditto (Dunthorne), ;£ii lis. 

" Mont Saint Michel," etching, by ditto (Dunthorne), ;^33 12s. 

"' Interior of Toledo Cathedral," etching, by ditto (Dunthorne), £2^ 4s. 

EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

" Cakes " and " Finery," after W. Artaud, by T. Gaugain, in stipple, a pair 

(Baxter), £6 6s. 
" The Last Litter," after G. Morland, by W. Ward (Parsons), £2 2s. 
" The Family Distress " and " The Family's Happiness," after Cosse, by 

M. Place, a pair, printetl to •<^iours (Jacobson), £y 17s. 6d. 
"The Romps" and "The Ruants," after W. R. Bigg, by W. Ward, a pair, 

printed in colours (Sabin), ;^63. 
" Portrait of F. Bartolozzi," after Sir J. Reynolds, by Marcuard, oval, in colouri 

(Deighton), £1 is. 

Other Properties. 

In the Folio. 

" Paul et Virginie," after Schall, by Descourtis, a set of four, in colours 

(Moss) £6 6s. 
" Mary Queen of Scots," by C. Turner, proof, printed in colours (Wilfred), £2 2s. 
" The Oxford Window," after Reynolds, by S. W. Reynolds, the set of ten, 

and two others by the same, proofs (Barnard), £2 los. 
" Hon. Mrs. North," after Romney, by J. R. Smith (Colnaghi), £ji io». 



244 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

" Frances, Lady Bridges," after Cotes, by J. Watson, second state, before the 

title (Reeves), £3 3s. 
" Miss Farren," after Sir T. Lawrence, by Bartolozzi (Davis), £ix 12s. 
" Early English School : A Lady seated in a landscape," water-colour drawing 

(Scott), £3 3s. 
"Mr. Orby Hunter," after Hoppner, whole length, by J. Young (Parsons), 

^22 IS. 
" Miss Meyer as ' Hebe,' " after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Jacobe (Maggs), 

j^IO IDS. 

" The Little Volunteer," after Paye, by J. Young (Maggs), £2 :2s. 6d. 

" St. Catherine," after Correggio, by C. Turner, first state, and another, by 

the same (Barnard), los. 6d. 
" Devotion (La Duchesse de la Valliere)," after Vigee Le Brun, by C. Turner, first 

state, with the lower line of inscription cut (Maggs), £2 2S. 
" Le Baiser Envoye," after Greuze, by C. Turner, first state, with the lower 

line of inscription cut (Colnaghi), ;£Ji3i 5s. 
" Lady Acland and Children," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A. 

(Vicars), ;^34 13s. 
" Lady Grey and Children," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A., 

proof before letters (Edwards), £s 55. 

Framed. 

" Master Lambton," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A. (Edwards), 

£6 :6s. 6d. 
" Simplicity," after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. Cousins, R.A., artist's proof 

(Colnaghi), £1-^ 2s. 6d. 
" Miss Penelope Boothby," after and by the same, artist's proof (Vicars), 

£12 I2S. 

" Lavinia Countess Spencer," after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. Cousins, R.A., 

artist's proof (V^icars), ^3 3s. 
" The Sisters," after Hoppner, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof (Agnew), 

^18 i8s. 
" Lady Arabella Ward," after Romney, by the same, artist's proof (Parsons), 

£2 2S. 
" Lady Melbourne and Child," after Sir J. Reynolds, by T. Watson (Melville), 

£\ us. 6d. 
" Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick," after ditto, by J. R. Smith (Agnew), £1% i8s. 
" A Shower," by and after J. Hoppner, R.A. (Bell), £f> 6s. 
" Mrs. Bunbury," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Watson (Agnew), £26 5s. 
" The Duchess of Devonshire," after Sir J. Reynolds, by V. Green, first state 

(.\gnew), ;^i68. 
" Mrs. Sheridan and Son," after Hoppner, stipple, by T. Nugent (Scott), £6 6s. 
" Delia in Town," after Morland, by J. R. Smith, in bistre (Davis), £i(j 19s. 
" The Snake in the Grass," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. R. Smith, printed 

in colours (Greville), ;£.'io los. 
" Good Morning " and " The Prayer," after Miss Conyers, by P. W. Tomkins, 

a pair, printed in colours (Totton), ;£'io los. 
" .A St. James Beauty " and " St. Giles Beauty," after Benwell, by Bartolozzi, 

finely printed in colours, with untrimmed margins (Colnaghi), ;^I20 iss. 
" The .Affectionate Brothers," after Sir J. Reynolds, by Bartolozzi, finely printed 

in colours, full margin (Sabin), £^2 los. 
" Simplicity " and " Girl with a Kitten," after Sir J. Reynolds, by F. Bartoloizi 

(Agnew), ;^i5 15s. 



June I. 1908. 245 

' Thoughts on Matrimony," by and after J. R. Smith (Davis), £:i 3s. 

' Retirement," after J. R. Smith, by W. Ward, printed in colours (Parsons), 

£S 18s. 6d. 
' The Story of Letitia," after Morland, by J. R. Smith, the set of sii, in 

bistre (Agnew), £2^ i°s- 
' Sarah Countess of Essex," after Fagan, by C. Turner (Parsons), £2 2i. 
' Miss Harriet Powell," after Peters by J. R. Smith, etched letter proof 

(Davis), £^ 3s. 
' The Sulky Boy," after Pave, by J. Young, etched letter proof, " A Tiger," by 

and after J. Ward, printed in colours, and another (Maggs), £^ 3s. 
' St. Hubert," by Albert Durer (B. 57) (Coureau), ;^i6 i6s. 
' The Virgin Seated, with the Infant Christ," by Albert Durer (B. 35) 

(Gutekunst), £y. 
' The Lady on Horseback," by Albert Durer (B. 82) (Gutekunst), £n 14s. 
' The Death of the Virgin," etching by Rembrandt, and " Morland's Land- 

ttorm," after G. Morland, by T. Williamson, coloured (Gutekunst), £^ 41. 



246 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



June 4, 1908. The following were sold by order of the 
executors of George Francis Watts, Esq., deceased, late 
of Manchester, in aid of the funds of the Mauldeth 
Hospital for Incurables. 

DRAWINGS. 

Benwell, J. A., "A Camel Caravan," i6J x 263 (Allen), .^9 19s. 6d. 

Cooke, E. W., R.A., " Livorno," pastel, 93 X 131 (Adams), £1 los. 

Cooke, E. W., R..-^., " On the Coast of Devon," sJ x 8J (Agnew), ;^i6 i6s. 

Cox, D., " Old Cottages," Indian ink, 9 X 11 (Misell, junior), £1 5s. 

Davidson, C, " A Rough Sea," gj X 155 (Sampson), ;^i is. 

Fielding, C, " Highland River Scene," 7 X lOj (Gooden & Fox), ;^73 los. 

Foster, Birket, " River Scene," sJ X SJ (Mitchell), £^2. 

Haghe, L., 1873, " Interior of the Cathedral at Pisa," 27^ x 21J (Mitchell), 

£7 7s- 
Landseer, Sir E., R.A., " Feeding the Horse " and " In Church, Aix," two, in 

one frame, pen and ink and sepia (Sampson), £1 is. 
Mole, J. H., 1859, " Landscape," 9J x 14 (M. Josephi, £1 los. 
Myers, S., " River Scene," 21 x 29! (Vicars), ;^6 6s. 
Oakley, O., " The Needy Wanderers," 24I x isl (Allen), £j 15s. 
Prout, Skinner, 1865, " Abbeville," 20J x 14 (Bowden), £6. 
Rieck, E., 1862, " Tynemouth," 12 x 23 (Sampson), £2. 
Roberts, D., R.A., 1846, " Edinburgh," 15 X 20 (Sampson), £2 los. 
Roberts, D., R.A., 1839, " The Convent of St. Catherine," 191 x 13! (Sampson), 

;^I IS. 

Roberts, D., R.A., 1839, " Fountain at Cana," 9 x 13 (Agnew), £j 13s. 6d. 

Robins, T. S., " Sea Piece," 14J x 21 (Sampson), £^ 5s. 

Smallfield, F., 1858, " A Flower-Girl," 12 x 9 (Sterry), ^3. 

Stanfield, C, R.A., " An Italian Town on a River," sJ X 8 (H. Harris), £2 5s. 

Steeple, J., " Highland Coast Scene," q\ x 14J (Leggatt), £2 SS. 

Walton, Elijah, " The Matterhorn," 19J x 13^ (Wagner), ;^8 8s. 

Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

L'Aubiniere, G. M. de, 1893, " Dreams," 29^ X 19J (White), £4 14s. 6d. 

L'Aubiniere, G. M. de, " .Autumn," 13J x 93 (Huggins), £^ 5s. 

Hardy, T. B., 1894, " Bamborough Castle," 9 x 131 (Gooden & Fox), ;^ii iis. 

Hardy, T. B., 1884, " A Canal Scene, Venice," 9J x 13I (Amor), £6 i6s. 6d. 

Holland, J., " The Clock-Tower, Rouen," 10 x 6f (Agnew), ;^22 is. 

Cristall, J., R.A., " Landscape: Isle of Wight," 5 x 8J (H. Harris), £1 is. 

Cristall, J., R.A., 1813, "Low Tide: E\ening," 8 x 16 (Lauder), £2 12s. 6d. 

Varley, J., " River Scene," 9 x 12J (King), £3 5s. 

Colman, J. S., " On the River Yare," 7i x 12I (Jackson), £g 9s. 

Shields, F. J., " Eleanor," pencil, and " Head of a Lady," pastel, oval 

(Knowles), £2 2S. 
Drummond, J., " A Fisherman," and " .A Peasant-Woman," a pair, 13 x loj 

(Worrall), £4 14s. 6d. 
Hayes, Claude, " Near Belstone, Dartmoor," a pair, 13J x 19I (Allen), 

£7 17s- 6d. 



June 4, 1908. 247 

Hayes, Claude, " Hay from the Marshes," 134 x 20 (Jackson), £4 14s. 6d. 
Wilson, R., R.A., "River Scene," iij X 17 (Bowden), £4. 
Rauch, T., 1831, " Interior of a Shed," 12 X :8 (Nash), £1 2S. 
Jackson, S. P., " On the Coast of Skye," 10 x 20 (Jackson), £1 Ss. 
Varley, J., "The Thames from Richmond," 6i X loi (Smith), ^^5 159. 
Goodman, J. R., " Evening Shadows in Autumn," 7 X 10 (Agnew), 15s. 
Goodman, J. R., " On the Bure at Eventide," and " A Sunny Afternoon, 

Angmering, Sussex," a pair, gj X 135 (Jackson), £2. 
Playfair, J. C, 1876, " Afternoon Tea." 12J x gl (Huggins), £2 15s. 
Frantz, F., " Coast Scenes," a pair, si X 74 (Manson), £2. 
White, J., 1892, " The Lions," i2i X g (Jackson), £2 53. 
Lloyd, Stuart " A Mansion on the Ouse," 13 X 22 (Lacey), £4 14s- 6d. 
Henkes, G., " Gossiping," 20 x 24^ (Lacey), £4 14s. 6d. 
Rieck, E., " Mountainous Lake Scene," 14 X 23^ (Lacey), ;^3 13s. 6d. 
Achini, " A Mother and Child," 17 X :2 (Wallis), £^ 3s. 
Hall, G. L., 1873, " Coast Scene, with a castle," and " A Rocky Coast Scene," 

a pair 15^ X 27 (Jackson), £^ :5s. 6d. 
Meulen, Ter, " The Sheepfold," 23 x 23 (Wyatt), £46 4s. 
Johnson, E. K., " The Song of the Nightingale," 21 x 13^ (Lawrence), £8 8s. 
Johnson, E. K., " The Nosegay," loj x 7 (Carey), £2 3s- 
Hunn, Tom, " Haymaking," 12^ x 21 (Jackson), £3 13s. 6d. 
Angel!, H. Coleman, " Ro.ses in a Blue Vase," 13! X 10 (Wallis), £7 7s. 
Angell, H. Coleman, " .\ Dead Owl," 10 X 17 (Carey), £1 11s. 6d. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " Gillingham," 7f x ig (Mitchell), ;£:i4 3s. 6d. 
Smythe, L. P., .A..R..A., " A Country Lane," and " A Showery Day," by 

Claude Hayes (Lawrence), £S 8s. 
Green, D., " Romney Marsh," 164 x 21} (Bell), £4 4s. 
Hayes, Claude, " Sheep in a Pasture," and " Snake-Charmers," by H. Hanson 

(Carey), ;^3 3s. 
Browne, Warne, " Coast Scene," 17 X 27 (Eel), £2 12s. 6d. 
Cook, E. Wake, 1884, " Windings of the Wye," 7x5 (Adams), £1 15s. 
Hemsley, W., " Jest and Earnest," 13I x g (Sampson), £2 los. 
Kilburne, G. G., " Her Ladyship," 14 x 10 (Scott), ;^2i. 
Glendening, A., 1898, " The Boulogne Flower-Market," 19 x 2gJ (Blow), 

£32 I2S. 

Hardy, T. B., 1879, " Calais Pier," 17J x 27J (Pease), ;^24 3a 

Varley, John, 1888, " Granada," 20 x 264 (Allen), ;^8 8s. 

Lucas, J. Seymour, R..\., " The Church Door," ii^ x 175 (Carey), £y 17s. 6d. 

Lucas, J. Seymour, R.A., " Though Lost to Sight, to Memory Dear," iij x 85 

(Alston), £S 8s. 
Bury, T. Talbot, " Chapel de la Vierge, St. Sulpice," and " A Sea Piece " 

(Hewitt), £2 2s. 

PICTURES. 

Wilson, J. Watney, 1877, " Off Duty," 174 X i3i (Hewitt), £2 12s. 6d. 
Lucas, J. Seymour, R.A., 1885, "Sketch for Peter the Great at Deptford," 

204 X 164 (Rutter), £y 7s. 
Lucas, J. Seymour, 1877, " Near Lingfield, Surrey," iij x 17 (James), £2 as. 
Chateignon, E., " La Moisson," 17^ x 234 (Smith), ;^i5 15s. 
Westerbeek, C, 1900, " Before the Storm," 22^ x 384 (Woodruffe), ;^io los. 
Leslie, G. D., R..\., i860, " Bethlehem : ' There was no room for them in tha 

inn ' " — St. Luke ii. 7, 42 x 52 (Mitchell), ;^25 14s. 6d. 
Anderson, Mrs. S., " The Bird's-Nest," iit x 9} (Mitchell), £4 4s. 



248 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Browne, Warne, "A Coast Scene," and " Sand-Laden Surf," a pair, iii x 17 

(Au!d), £1 IIS 6d. 
Wyllie, C. W., " Water-Lilies," ii\ X 23 (Wright), ^3 3s. 
Percy, S. R., " Waste Land," and " A Coast Scene," (Jackson), £1 15*. 
Peel, J., " Welsh Landscape," iij X igi (M. Joseph, junior), £$ 55. 
Proctor, A. E., 1898, " A Fishing-Village," 29 x 19^ (Wood), £■; 7s. 
Proctor, A. E., 1898, " Waiting for the Ferry," 17 x n (Bell), £2 12s. 6d. 
Proctor, A. E., 1901, " Spring Time " and " By the Brook," a pair, 17J x iij 

(Scott), £y 17s. 6d. 
Pinwell, G. J., "The Bells," 14 X 18 (Barry\ £1 lis. 6d. 
Herson, E. J., " A View near Barbizon," 10 x I4i (Bowden), 15s. 
Green, C, " The Children's Pet," 5! x 4i (Sampson), £2 los. 
Walton, P., " In the Isle of Wight," I2i x 9 (Bowden), £t, 3s. 
Couver, J. Van, " Dutch River Scene," 23J x 36 (G. A. Smith), £i i8s. 6d. 
Brock, R. H., 1903, " As Good as a Play," loj x 145 (Fores), £1 iis. 6d. 
Cruikshank, W., " Flowers and Birds'-Nests," a pair, oval, 4x5 (Nash), 

£\ IIS. 6d. 
Mulready, A. E., 1874, " Care " and " Careless," a pair, 7x5 (H. Harris), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 
Francis, J. D., " This is the Maiden all Forlorn," 29^ x 24^ (Mitchell), £;^ 3s. 
Forbes, Mrs. Stanhope, " The Hammock," 95 x 135 (Sampson), £^ 5s. 
Holmes, G. A., " A Newfoundland Puppy," I3i X 17J (Sampson), £e, 5s. 
Dawson, H., 1855, " Liverpool from the Mersey," 15 x 23i (Vicars), ;^I7 17s. 
Johnston, A., " Lady Teazle," 19I x 15^ (G. A. Smith), £c, ss. 
Couldery, H. H., " Two's Company, Three's None," i$\ x 21J (Spink), £$ 5s. 
Couldery, H. H., " On the Alert," 13 x 19 (Viccars), £s 15s. 6d. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., " In Kent," iij x 17J (Wells), £\ 13s. 6d. 
Wimperis, E. M., Capel Curig Church," 8J x 12J (W. Permain), £c, 5s. 
Heffner, K., " Flood-Time," 8 x 14 (Hugginsl, £6 6s. 
Goodall, F., R..A., 1859, " Tangier," q\ x 141 (Questor), £2 12s. 6d. 
Brett, J., A.R..A., 1883 " Loch Bracadale, Skye," 6f x 14 (James), ;^5 15s. 6d. 
Shaver, W., " The .Angler's Nook," ii| x 15 j (G. A. Smith), £$ iss. 6d. 
Schendel, P. Van, 1859, " A Guitar-Plaver : candle-light," 40 X 32 (James), 

£7 7s. 
Glendening, A., 1882, " The Trysting-Place," 19J x 30 (M. Joseph), £2 2S. 
Herring, J. F., " Farm-Horses, Pigs and Poultry," 155 in. circle (Stephenson), 

£^ gs- 
Herring, J. F., senior, 1824, " Wanton," " Theodore " and " May Day," in the 

Leeds Commencement Races, 1824, 21 x 29 (Fores), ;^50 8s. 
Hall, Harry, " Portrait of ' Broomielaw,' in a stable," 24 X 29 (Hunt), 

£2 12s. 6d. 
Hall, Harry, 1862, " Portrait of ' The Marquis,' " winner of the Derby and the 

Two Thousand Guineas, 27! x 36 (Fores), ;£Jio los. 
Wolstenholme, D., " Stag-Hunting," a pair, 171 x 235 (Fores), £•; 7s. 
Vernon, P., " Turkish Ladies in a Wood," on panel, 175 x 23 (Micher), ;£^2i. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " The Mouth of a River," 17^ x 32 (Holmes), ;^I3 13s. 
Tenkate, J. M., " The Sand-Castle," 16 x 25 (Carey), £2 12s. 6d. 
Bortignoni, C, " Connoisseurs," 21 x 16 (Mitchell), £-j 7s. 
Schendel, P. Van, " Verily, verily I say unto thee, except a man be born again, 

he cannot see the kingdom of God," 45 x 55 (Schmidt), ;^S 55. 
Beattie, \., " Woody Landscape," 36 x 51 (Grant), £6 6s. 
Leitch, W. L., 1875, " Mola, Italy," y\ x 17^ (M. Joseph, junior), £^ 4s. 
Constable, J., R.A., " A Park Scene, with sheep," 9I x ^\ (Leaf), ^^8 8s. 



June 4, 1908. 249 

Constable, "A Harvest-Field," iij x 15J (Leaf), £-i 2s. 

Fisher, Mark, 1876, " The Ferry," i7i x 25 (Smith), £\t, 153. 

Fisher, Mark, " Cattle going to Pasture, Bourne End," 13^ X 20^ (Smith), 

£\?> i8s. 
Roberts, D., R.A., " Waterloo Bridge," 10 x 23i (Wallis), £\ los. 
Barber, C. Burton, " Quite Ready," isi X 12 (Misell, junior), £1. 
Benham, T. C. S., " A Highland Loch," 31 X 54 (Murray), £a, 14s. 6d. 
Thorn, J. C, 1867, " Bringing Home the Flock," 33^ X 6o4 (Wallis), £2^ 4*. 
Wane, R., " Coast Scene," 30 x 50 (Reiss), £>, 14s. 6d. 
Muller, W., "A View in the Desert," i\\ X 41J (Harries), £\ lis. 6d. 
Ward, J., R.A., " The Falls of the Clyde," 50 x 40 (Jones), £% 12s. 6d. 
Linton, W., " Valley Scene," 25 x 35i (Collings), £a, 4s. 
Lewis, C. J., 1868, " On the Thames," 26 x 40^ (Sampson), £■] 17s. 6d. 
Armfield, G., " Sporting Dogs and Dead Birds," 27 x 35 (Harries), £(> 6». 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 
" Old Putney Bridge and Church," 13 X 17J (GalO, £\ iSs. 
Ward, E. M., R.A., " Head of Charles Gounod," 10 x 8, and " Lake Scene, 

Westmoreland," by G. Armfield, 2oi x 40 (Jackson), £2. 2s. 
Baxter, C, " A Spanish Girl " and " A Republican," by W. Weeke* 

(Sampson), £-i. 
Cooper, A., R.A., " Spaniel and Wild Duck," 6i x %\ (Huggins), £\ iif. 6d. 
Dawson, H. T., 1876, " On the Thames, near Greenhithe," 16 x 24 (Sampson), 

£\ 4»- 
Herring, G. E., " The Gulf of Spezzia " and " The Quay at Venice " 

(Clark), £1. 
Honthorst, " The Miser," 37 x 424 (Harries), i8s. 

Koekkoek, J. H., " Fishing-Boats Leaving a Jetty," loi x 15 (Mitchell), £-x,. 
Lambinet, E., 1859, " Evening," SJ x 13^ (Sampson), £■>, 13s. 6d. 
Vickers, A., "A Bay Scene," 6 X13 (Lister), £2 2s. 
Vickers, A., " Banks of the Isis," on panel, and " A Ruined Castle " (Lister), 

£^ 3S- 
Walters, G. S., 1877, " Dutch Craft Coming up Before the Wind," i7i x 27I 

(Sampson), £1 2s. 
Webb, J., "Among the Welsh Mountains," t\ x iii (Mathews), £^ 4s. 
Webb, J., " Salt-Mills, near Droitwich," 12 x 23J (Sampson), £^ 4s. 
Wilson, J. J., " Old Cottages, near Hastings," 8 x I3i (Permain), £t, 3s. 
Wilson, Jock, " Fishing-Boats on a Dutch River," 23^ x 33 (Wall), £1 \\%. 6d. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 
Beverley, W. R., 1864, " Low Tide : Sunset," 20 X 30 (Richardson), £\(i ss. 6d. 
Coleman, W. S., " At the Seaside " and " A Country Road," a pair, 7 X sJ 

(Cassaus), £-j 7s. 
Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., "A View on the Coast," 7 x 13! (Cumming), 

£l as- 
Hardy, T. B., 1881, "The Action Between the English and Dutch Fleets in 

the Channel, 1666," 25 x 4ii (Sampson), ;^s6 14. 
Leitch, W. L., " Boppart on the Rhine," 8 x iij (Smith), £^ 4s. 



250 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Leitch, W. W., " The Holy Cross, Colorada," and " The Alps " (a pair), 

12 X gi (Sampsoni, £i is. 
Maguire, Helena, " Hesitation," 25 X i8 (Cassaus), ^£^8 18s. 6d. 
Mole, J. H., 1883, " Going for Bait : Clovelly," 26 x 39 (Sampson), £^0 19s. 

PICTURES. 

Browne, Gordon, 1885, " A Suspect," 16 x 22 (Carey), £2 los. 

Hulme, F. W., " Watermill at Hambrook, near Bristol," loj X 18J (Clark), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 
Lance, G., " Landscape," 18J x 30 (Cassell), £(> i6s. 6d. 
Langley, VV., igoi, " Between the Tides," 60 x 40 (Sampson), ;^S4 12s. 
Linnell, W., 1863 — 82, " The Introduction of Christianity among the Welsh 

by ' Bran ' the Cymric Bard," 55 X 86 (King), £1,^, 2s. 
Nermann, A., " A Norwegian Fjord," 40 x 60 (James), ;^39 i8s. 
Phillip, J., R.A., " The Gaugers are Coming," 39 x 53 (Grace), ^£^84. 
Westerbeek, C, 1900, " Driving Home the Flock," 23 x 39 (Smith), £i?i 18s. 
WJmperis, E. M., 1900, " A Moorland Farm," 30 x 50 (Richardson), ;^90 6s- 



June 12, igo8. 251 

June 12, 1908. The following were sold by order of the 
trustees of the late Nathaniel Caine, Esq., of Liverpool and 
Broughton-in-Furness : — 

DRAWINGS. 

Birtles, H., "Cannock Chase: Morning," 21J x 295 (Howard), £4 14s. 6d. 
Cattermole, G., " The Ambulance Waggon," 12 x 18 (Llewellyn), ;^5 15s. 6d. 
Hardy, J., Jun., 1871, " A Gillie-Boy and Dogs," 18 x 27 (Mitchell), £^7 i6s. 
Hardy, J., Jun., 1871, " Bringing Home the Game," 18 x 27 (Fieldhouse), 

PICTURES. 

Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1871, " Group of Cattle by a Stream," 30 X 43 (Evans), 

£152 Ss- 

Docharty, J., A.R.S..^., " The Close of Day, Mar Deer Forest," 26J x 46 
(Connell), ^78 iss. 

Eglington, S., 1849, " Serious Thoughts about Emigrating," 17J x 15} 
(Sampson), £1 is. 

Grimshaw, Atkinson, " The Park Wall," 17 x 134 (Sampson), £2 3s. 

Hunt, A. W., " Llangollen, North Wales," and " .A Welsh Landscape," a pair. 
9i X 135 (Sampson), £2 2S. 

Leader, B. W., R..A., 1873, " The Head of Loch Lomond," 23^ x 36 (Shep- 
herd), ^84. 

Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., 1870, " The Reason Why," 264 X i8i (Sampson), 

.£183 »5s- 
Shayer, W., Sen., " A Forest Road," 15 x 20J (Nathan), ;^34 13s. 
Topham, F. W., " Peasant Children in an Irish Cabin," 16 x 20 (Howard), 

£5 15$. 6d. 
Watson, J. D., 1872, " Lighting the Pipe," 24J x 2gJ (Sampson), ;^5 55. 
Webb, J., 1865—6, " A Ruined Castle," 23J x 36 (Cotes), £8 8s. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

.Aumonier, J., 1882, " At Runswick, Yorks," 18 x 31 (Mitchell), ;£^iS i8s. 

Barret, G., " Sunset," sf x 8J (Jackson), £$ ss. 

Coutts, Hubert, " A Hamlet on the Shap Fells," 2:5 x 30 (Wood), ;^5 5s. 

Cox, D., " Bolton Castle," 7 x 10 (Vicars), ^15 :5s. 

Fielding, C, " Loch Katrine," 7 x 10 (Dunn), ;^2i. 

Foster, Birket, " The Cottage Door," 7x9 (Lister), ;£'26 5s. 

Fripp, A. D., " On the Scotch Coast," 65X9! (Agnew), ;^3 3s. 

Johnstone, H. J., "A Fisher-Girl," 10 X 7 (Carter), £21. 

Langley, W., 1887, " .An Old Fisherman," 9I x 6| (Sampson), £8 18s. 6d. 

Lloyd, Tom, 1903, " The Nearest Way to the Boats," iij x 27J (Weil), 

j£;i8 7s. 6d. 
Prout, S., " Old Houses on a River," loj x 8i (Wolff), £2 12s. 6d. 
Rayner, Louise, "Eastgate Street, Chester," and " St. Peter Street, Warwick," 

(Ford), ;^ii OS. 6d. 
Syer, J., 1871, " Mountainous Landscape," 14 x 19J (Evans), ;^I2 12s. 
Tenkate, H., 1864, " Peasants and Soldiers," 10 x i6i (Mitchell), ;^is 4s. 6d. 
Webb, J., "The Wreck." 14J x 3iJ (Dell), ;^8 8s. 



252 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



PICTURES. 

Conti, Tito, " Good Morning," 20 X i5i (O. M. Davis), £2(> 55. 

Hardy, Heywood, 1903, " From Cover to Cover," 25 x 33 (Harley), ^"54 12s. 

Henshaw, F. H., 1858, " Near Llangollen," \-\ x 23J (Wynde), ;^2S 4s. 

Jones, Charles, 1862, " An Avenue with Sheep," 29J X 24^ (Wynde), £i->, ai. 

King, Yeend, " Gossiping," 36 X 27I (Oliver), £z\ los. 

Meadows, J. E., 1874, " Near Folkestone," 23^- x 41J (Paris), £(> 6s. 

Muller, W., " Landscape," 27 x 21 (Sampson), ;^23 2S. 

Nasmyth, " Highland River Scene," 17 X 23 (Whale), £\<) 19s. 

O'Neil, G. B., " The Sword-Dance," 13I X 17^ (Lister), ^'37 i6s. 

Pott, L. J., " The Screen Scene in ' The School for Scandal,' " 23 x 35! 

(Price), £i^ 15s- 
Stark, " A Woody Road," \-,\ x 13J (Price), £\(> i6s. 
Vickers, .'V., 1861, " On the Medway," 9I X i3i (Heigham), £(i 6s. 
Wainwright, W. J., " Roman Pipers," 165 X 21 (Sampson), £-ii los. 
Wainwright, W. J., " Un Bon Mot," 13^ x gj (Sampson), £\% i8s. 
Webb, J., " Heidelburg," 14^ X 22J (Paris), £11 15s. 

Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

Cattermole, G., " The Armoury," 19 X 26 (Prideaux), ;^I5 155. 

Cattermole, G., " Macbeth," iij X isi (Pursey), ;^i is. 

Cox, D., " Woody Landscape," 12^ x 18 (Ryan), ;^8 8s. 

Cox, D., " Woody River Scene," \\\ X SJ (Richardson), £\ is. 

Hunt, W., "The Pet Lamb," iij x 17 (Prideaux), ;£;39 i8s. 

Hunt, W., 1833, " A Peasant-Girl Sewing," 18 x 11 (Marshall), £<, 53. 

Hunt, W., i860, " Apple, Grapes and Berries," oval, sJ x 74 (Dunn), £\-^ 13s. 

Hunt, W., " Apple, Grapes and Berries," oval, 6 x 8^ (Dunn), ^14 14s. 

Herkomer, Sir H. Von, R.A., 1879, " In the Tyrol," 19 x 29 (White), ^18 181. 

Linnell, J., Sen., 1863, " The Harvest-Field," 95 x 13? (Prideaux), £-},^ 14s. 

Prout, S., " Buildings a'hd Figures," 17J x 12J (Permain), ;^io los. 

Turner, J. M. W., 'R.K., " An Old Gateway," 7X9 (Prideaux), ;^3X ids. 

Weiland, J., " Interior of a Cottage," 20J x iSj (Mullen), ;i£^i2 12s. 

Weissenbruch, J., " \ Mill on the .'Xnistel," 9 x 145 (Prideaux), £y> 8s. 

Wint, P. De, "A Barge on a River," %\ X12 (Huggins), £10 los. 

Cox, D., " Distant View of Harlech Castle, North Wales : Morning," 8J x iij 

(Palser), £9, 8s. 
Wint, P. De, " Cader Idris, North Wales," i8i x 30 (Miles), £2-} 6s. 
De Wint, P., " View in .South Wales," 13 x 20 (Longley), ;^22 is. 
Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1852, " Scene in a Miner's Camp," gj x 13! (Shuter), 15s. 

Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., " Gold-Washing " and " Miners on the March " ( ), £'^. 

Tayler, F., " A Cavalier," 12 x 10^ (.Shuter), 15s. 

Tayler, F., " Young Anglers," 12J x 95 (Evans), ^8 8s. 

Watson, J. D., 1867, " The Introduction," 6x9 (Evans), £1 13s. 6d. 

Heilbuth, F., " On the Pincio," iii x 8 (Bell), £\ us. 6d. 

Scott, Georges, 1898, " The Halt on the March : Gordon Highlanders," 13J x 9I 

(James), ;^5 53. 
Allingham, H., " Eleanor," loj x 11 (W. Permain), £.t) gs. 
Foster, Birket, " Summer-Time," 6x9 (White), ^,'54 12s. 
Blommers, B. J., " Asking Alms," 15 x 19J (Longhurst), £i^t, as. 
Clays, P. J., 1866, " On the Scheldt," 12 x 20 (Wallis), ;^26 5s. 



June 12, 1908. 253 

Tholen, W. B., " The Garden of a Mansion," 18 X 14 (Mace), £5 55. 

Glindoni, H., " The Professor," 10 X 7 (Polak & Co.), £6 6s. 

Neuhuys, A., " The Spinning-Wheel," 2oi X 26 (Wallis), ^152 5s. 

Kever, J. H. S., " A Careful Nurse," i6i x 2ii (Wallis), £36 15s. 

Kever, J. H. S., " A Mother and Children," 18 x 23 (Weston), £31 los. 

Poggenbeck, G., " The Orchard," 9^ X 17^ (Wesley), ;£^26 5s. 

Foster, Birket, " Angera," 4! x 74 (Bowden), £0:^. 

Palmer, Sutton, " The Silver Strand, Loch Katrine," 14^ X 2ii (Tata), £35 14s. 

Palmer, Sutton, " All in the Trossach's Glen was still, Noontide was sleeping 

on the hill," 145 x 205 (Tata), £40 19s. 
Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., " Wolmer," 13^ X 23i (Mitchell), £g 9s. 
Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., 1884, " On the River, near Ely," 13J X 23^ 

(Mitchell), ;^I2 IS. 6d. 
Verboeckhoven, E., 1833, " A Shepherdess and Animals at a Stream," iij X 15 

(Lister), £7 7s. 
Hanoteau, H., " A Peasant at a Spring," loj X 13^ (Misell, Jr.), i6s. 
Haanen, C. Van, " Head of a Lady, in Fancy Dress," 20J x 14J (Cremetti), 

;£;i6 16s. 
Voltz, F., " Landscape," 23J x 36 (Bauer), ;£7io los. 
Isabey, E., " A Town on a River," 13^ x 195 (Permain), £■; 7s. 
Isabey, E., " Coast Scene near Honfleur," 18J x 25 (Paris), ;£^ii os. 6d. 
Madrazo, R., " Afternoon Tea," 30J X 25J (Wallis), ;^6s 2s. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1873, " Cows and Sheep in a Pasture," i6j x 20^ 

(Mitchell), ^746 4s. 
Walker, F., .A.R..\., " At the Bar," 77 x 59, Royal Academy, 1871 (the head 

of the woman was afterwards partially obliterated by the artist, and has 

been repainted by R. W. Macbeth, R..A., at the request of the trustees 

of the artist's estate, and with the small picture of the same subject before 

him as a guide) (Bates), ;^io los. 
Herring J. F., Sen., " The Old Stable- Yard at Camberwell," 27 x 354 

(Everett), £22 12s. 
Wimperis, E. M., 1896, " A Bye-Path, Dorset," 31J x 39i (Tata), ;^73 los. 
Dobson, W. C. T., R.A., " Lamentation in Ramah," 47 x 62 (Paris), £3 3s. 
Godward, J. W., 1897, " Dolce far Niente," agi x 50 (Cremetti), ;^i68. 
Clausen, G., R.A., " A Fisherwoman Knitting," 20J x 27 (Gange), £^^ as. 
Goodwin, A., 1901, " Canterbury," 31^ x 471 (Leggatt), £21. 
Linnell, J., Sen., " Canal Scene," 17^ x 25 (Cremetti), £6 6s. 
Cole, Vicat, R.A., " Windsor : Cattle in the Foreground," 19^ x agi (James , 

£27 6s. 
Cooper, T. S., R..\., " Three Cows in a Pasture," 14 x 12 (Lister), ;{7i7 :7s. 
Frith, W. P., R.A., 1899, " Charles IL and Lady Castlemaine," 17 x 14! 

(Sampson), ;^30 gs. 
Frith, W. P., R..\., " Charles Dickens in his Study," 20^ x ifi (Ford), ;^22 is. 
Goodwin, Albert, i8gg, " The Flying Dutchman," 35J x 475 (Newell), £^46 4s. 
Ward, E. M., R.A., 1864, " The Royal Family of France in the Prison of the 

Temple," 31I x 40 (Wallis), £ji 8s. 
Leader, B. W., R..A., 1906, " On the Thames at Shillingford," la x i6i 

(Lister), £31 los. 
Boughton, G. H., R.A., 1888, " Welcome," 26 x 50 (Sampson), ;£;i3 13s. 
Hardy, Heywood, 1881, " Life's Chequered Ways," 47 x 37s (Sampson), £43. 
Leighton, E. Blair, 1879, " The Pool of Bethesda," 40 x 50 (Mitchell), j^37 16a. 
Sadler, W. Dendy, " The Right of Way," 37 x 50 (Evans), £1^1 15s. 
Moll, F., R.A., 1873, " Alone," agj x 24J (Lister), ;i£:3q i8s. 



254 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Brett, J., A.R.A., " St. Ives Bay," 27^ x 525 (Mitchell), ^£^27 6«. 

Stott, E., A.R.A., " Homeward," 22 x 32J (Sampson), £52 los. 

Moore, Albert, "A Dancing Girl," 19 x isi (Blake), £21. 

Hardy, Heywood, 1902, " Hunting Stopped," 37J X 25^ (Mullen), ;^5o 8s. 

Cooper, T. S., R.A., i86i, " Summer : Three Cows by a Stream," 10 x 16 

(James), ^42. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1861, " Winter : Sheep in the Snow," 10 x 16 (Mann), 

;^44 2S. 
Johnson, H. J., 1846, " An Eastern Seaport," 20 x 32 (Lawrence), ^'8 8s. 
Dawson, A., "The Bay of Naples," 21J x 39 (Jones), £y 7s. 
Landseer, Sir E., R..A., " Portrait of Princess Helena, when a Child," gf x ji 

(Dobson), ;^8 8s. 
Vickers, A., 1839, " The Thames, near Windsor," 20j x 29J (Heigham), £2^ 7s. 
Vickers, A., " Lake Scene," 12 x 17 (Banner), £2 2S. 

The Property of a Lady. 

PICTURES. 
" Two Pointers," 65 X 85 (Fores), ;^i 5s. 

" A Huntsman and Hounds " and " Spaniels and Pheasant " (Barber), £1 5s. 
Bates, David, 1883, " The Edge of the Common," 30 x 42 (Mitchell), £y 7s. 
Bates, David, 18S2, " Bulrushes : Spring," 27 x 415 (Mitchell), £y 17s. 6d. 
Bates, David, 1889, " Waiting for the Laggard," 13J x 175 (Mitchell), £6 6s. 
Bates, David, 1889, " A Wayside Inn, near Malvern," 13J x 173 (Fieldhouse), 

£3 13s. 6d. 
Bates, David, 1886, "The Mote Farm," 95 x 11 j (Paris), £2 2s. 
Bates, David, 1881, " Peasant-Children in a Field," 6x4 (H. Harris), £2 3s. 
James, D., 1886, " Man-of-War Rocks, Scilly Isles," 24 x 49 (Vicars), 

;^I2 IS. 6d. 

Leader, B. W., R.A., 1892, "The River Severn," 36 x 6q (Sampson), ;£'io5. 
Leader, B. W., R.A., 1887, " A Silvery Stream," 7! x iii (Mitchell), £g 19s. 6d. 
Macallum, Hamilton, 1878, " Waiting for the Ebb," 35J x 72 (Mitchell), 

£12 I2S. 

Mason, W. H., 1881, " St. Mawes Castle, Falmouth," nj x 17 (Smith), los 

The following were sold by order of the executor of E. B. 
Cox, Esq., deceased, late of 4, Gledhow Gardens, S.W. : — 

PICTURES. 
Ellis, Edwin, " The Ferry, Gorleston, Great Yarmouth," 22i x 33 (Permain), 

;£^22 IS. 

Ellis, Edwin, " Collier Ashore, Bamborough Castle," 22J x 32} (Paris), 

£^9 19s- 
Ellis, Edwin, " Fishing-Boats on the Beach, Hastings," 22^ x 33 (Pollock), 

;6'i6 i6s. 
Ellis, Edwin, " In with the Tide, Whitby," 22i x 33 (Lister), ;^i9 19s. 
Ellis, Edwin, " Derby from the Long Bridge, 22J x 33 (Paris), ;£'i9 19s. 
Ellis, Edwin, " Coast Scene," 19J x 2gJ (Burman), £iy 17s. 
Ellis, Edwin, " Sunshine after Rain " and " The Mouth of the Harbour " 

(Garland), £n 14s. 
Morgan, J., " The Newspaper," 27i x 36 (Graham), ;^17 176. 



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The Property of a Lady. 

PICTURES. 

Ansdell, R., R.A., 1863, " The Strayed Lamb," 53 x 29J (Sampson), ;^io2 i8s. 

Charlton, John, " The Poisoned Hound," 44 X 34 (Martin), ;^84. 

Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1894, "In the Fordwick Meadows : Five Cows by a 

River," 275 x 3SJ (a letter and a sketch from the artist sold with the 

picture) (Collyer), j(^y^ 10s. 
Daniel, J. A., 1903, " A Spur of Slioch laved in gentle Mist," 27J x 35i 

(Scott), ;£'io 10s. 
Frith, W. P., R.A., :867, " Sterne and the French Innkeeper's Daughter," 

44 X 32I: (Carter), ;^iio 53. 
Grimshaw, Atkinson, " Liverpool : The Custom House and Salthouse Dock," 

23 X 36 (Gooden & Fox), £14 14s. 
Grimshaw, Atkinson, " A Corner in Wimbledon Park," 23 x 36 (Attneave), 

£g 19s. 6d. 
Johnson, C. E., 1885, "Waes me for Prince Charlie," 44 x 71 (Carter), ;{r99 15s. 
Keysher, N. De, 1847, " At the Well," 43I x 32^ (Gooch), £6 6s. 
Lomax, J. A., " Trapped," 19 X 293 (Richardson), ;^5o 8s. 
Waller, S. E., 1893, " Rouge et Noir," 54 x 4O5 (Lister), £52 los. 



256 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



June 15, 1908. The following were the property ol 
G. H. Boughton, R.A., deceased, late of West House, 
Campden Hill, VV. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

" The Fishmonger's Shop," after Walker, by Macbeth, presentation proof 

(Carey), lis. 
" The Burgomaster," after F. Hals, by G. Robinson, artist's proof (Carey), "]%. 
" The Farmyard,'' after Morland, by W. Ward (Sabin), £,i 15s. 
" Caroline and Walstein," after Stothard, by Strutt, " The Tavern Door " and 

another, after Morland (Sabin), jQi 12s. 
" Lady Catherine Howard " and " Mrs. Crewe," after Sir J. Reynolds (Misell, 

junior), 5s. 

WORKS BY G. H. BOUGHTON, R.A. 

DRAWINGS— /n the Folio. 

Black and Whitb. 

" Landscape Studies," etc. (Maggs), £1 los. 

" Studies of Children," etc. (Permain), los. 

A Similar Lot (Jackson), i6s. 

" Studies of Landscapes and Figures " (Maggs), £s :os. 

Coloured Chalk. 

" A Girl in White Dress," etc., " Figure Studies " (Maggs), £t 6s. 
" Head of a Girl," etc. (Van Wisselingh), £2. 

" A Water-Nymph," etc., " Studies of Ladies," etc. (Permain), £1 io«. 
" Studies of Female Figures," etc. (Permain), i8s. 

Water Colour. 

" Views near the Sea," etc. (Jackson), £1 15*. 

" -An Old Doorway," etc. (Permain), £1 15s. 

" Strome Ferry," etc. (Newton), £1 5s. 

" Head of a Girl," etc. (Flear), i8s. 

" In the Hayfield," " A Mother and Child," etc. (Maggs), £1 los. 

" An Old Bridge," " Landscapes," etc. (Flear), £1 6s. 

" A Manor-House," etc. (Permain), £1 15s. 

" Landscapes " (Permain), £1 12s. 

" Foliage," " Landscapes," etc. (Flear), los. 

" A Common Scene," etc. (Ward), £2 5s. 

" Studies of Landscapes, Trees," etc. (Maggs), £1 15s. 

A Similar Lot (Permain), £2 ss. 

PICTURES— In the Folio. 
" A Widow," " A Girl Reclining," etc. (Flear), 6s. 
" .Studies of Figures, Buildings and Landscapes," " Studies of Figures and 

Landscapes " (Jackson), £1 8s. 
" Studies of Landscapes, Trees," etc. (Flear), £t. 
" Studies of Landscapes," etc., on millboard, " Studies of Landscapes," etc., 

on millboard (Flear), i8s. 



June 15, 1908. 257 

' Studies of Figures, Still Life," etc., on millboard (Flear), los. 
' Studies of Figures, Landscapes," etc., on panel (Flear), 14s. 

DR.AWINGS— Framed. 

' A River Scene, with an angler " and " A Coast Scene " (Jackson), £2. 

' A Girl, in fancy dress," and " Head of a Lady," pastels (Newton), £1 los 

' Andromeda " and " A Bacchante," pastels (Jackson), £1 2S. 

' Day Dreams " and " Courtship " (Purchase), £2 5s. 

' A Bather," 17^ x 23 (Carey), £1 15s. 

' Portrait of a Lady," pastel, on panel, 19 x 15 (Keeves), ;£^4 4s. 

'A Puritan Lady," 16J x 11 (Keeves), £j^ 15s. 

' A Bowl of Flowers," iq\ x 135 (Keeves), £i^ 14s. 6d. 

' Christmas Morning," 15J X I2f (Keeves), jQ\2 12s. 

PICTURES— f/ii/ramed. 

' The Bard," " In the Garden," etc. (Carey), los. 

' Reapers," " Landscapes and Studies of Trees," etc. (Permain), jQi. 

' Rip V'an Winkle," " An Angler," " Fish," etc. (Maggs). 12s. 

' Coast Scenes," " Wild Flowers " and " Sheep " (Jackson), 12s. 

' A Nymph," " A Fisher-Girl " and " Female Studies " (Flear), £1. 

' A Coast Scene " and " Landscapes " (Sampson), los. 

' Landscape Studies " (Longley), ;^i 12s. 

' Imogen " and " Figures by a River " (Flear), i6s. 

' A Forest Scene " and " Coast Scenes " (Permain), 15s. 

' A Girl, in mauve dress," and " A Girl, in green dress " (Arthurton), £1 12s. 

' A Girl, with a muff," and " A Girl, with a vase " (Sampson), £^. 

' A Fisherman's Daughter " and " Study of a Sundial " (Arthurton), 15s. 

' An Image-Seller " and " Head of a Bather " (Sampson), £1. 

Framed. 

' Dolce far Niente," on panel, and " Head of a Girl " (Jackson), £t 5s. 
'' An Elizabethan Lady," on panel, and " Head of a Girl " (Sampson), ;^5. 
' Bowl-Players " and " A Forest Scene " (Flear), 15s. 

A Wood-Nymph " and " A Water-Nymph " (Cooke), £2 53. 
' Dancers " (Permain), £3. 

A Druidess," 13 x 13 (Sampson), £1 is. 
■ Grief," 235 x 155 (Permain), ^3. 

The Widow," igj X ifi (Keeves), ^4. 

Head of a Girl, with black dress," i6j x 17I (Purchase), £1 los. 

Gossip in Holland," on panel, 9J x 14 (Sampson), £^ los. 

Gathering Wild Flowers," 17 X 125 (Keeves), £2 12s. 6d. 

Waiting," 245 x Sj (Permain), £.^ los. 

Rip Van Winkle," 12 x 24 (Newton), £g 19s. 6:1. 

Leaving Church," 175 X 355 (Keeves), ;^s 5s. 



WORKS BY DIFFERENT ARTISTS. 
PICTURES. 

DUTCH SCHOOL. 
Portraits of a Lady and a Gentleman," a pair, 44 x 32} (Schrocder), £io 8c. 

S 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



GERMAN SCHOOL. 
" .\dam and Eve," lo X 8 (Schroeder), £■] 7s 
Hughes, E. R., 1873, " Autumn," " A Town on a River," by H. Traver, on 

panel, and " The Gunpowder Plot," unframed (Jackson), £\ 12s. 
Tiepolo, G. B., " Mythological Figures," 17 X 17^ (Carfax), £\i 12s. 
Dyck, Van, " Portrait of a Gentleman," unframed, 44 X 36 (Richardton), 

£i, 14s. 6d. 

Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

Vn]ramei. 
" An Album," containing twelve drawings in pencil and pen and ink, by H. 

Aiken (Edwards), £% 8s. 
Blake, W., " The Withering of King Jeroboam's Hand by the Man of God," 

unframed, 15J x i3i (Parsons), £1^ 155. 

Framed. 
Mole, J. H., 1876, " Children on the Coast," 10 x 17 (Brick), ;£;i3 i3». 
Rivers, Leopold, " A Bit of Bexhill," I3i X 20 (Brick), £i^ 6s. 
Austin, S., " On the Stour," 7i X loi (Richards), £(i 6s. 
Beck, J. W., " Clevedon Woods " and " Near Henley," a pair, 6i X 11 (Beale), 

;^II IIS. 

Cox, D., "The Return of the Flock," 7J X iij (Wood), ;^2i. 

Fielding, C, " Raby Castle," gi X i3i (Wood), £iz 2s. 

Fielding, C, " The Ford," 8^ x \i\ (Holmes), ^15 155. 

Foster, Birket, " Antwerp," 8| x 12 (Eyles), ^67 4s. 

Leitch, W. L., 1872, " An Italian Lake Scene," 7^ X 11 (Eyles), ;^is iS»- 

Prout, " Homeward Bound," loi X 16 (James), £z 5s. 

Stcphanoff, F. P., " Mary Queen of Scots Entering Edinburgh," gi X 12 

(Marshall), £1 3s. 
Fielding, C, " Highland Landscape," iij X i6f (Paris), £-x, los. 
Hunt, W., " A Dead Mallard," 7^ x 11 (Paris), ^i 5s. 
Hardy, T. B., 1891, " Dort," 6f X 19J (Eyles), £% 8s. 
Hardy, T. B., " The Entrance to Port," 8f x 22 (Eyles), ;^i2 12s. 
Walker, F., A.R.A., " A Sketch for ' The .Shy Child,' " si x 4^ (Permain), 

;^8 8s. 
Leitch, W. L., " Near Aquilla, Abruzzi, Italy," 13^ x 22 (Paris'), £2 12s. 6d. 
Macwhirter, J., R.A., " Gulf Juan, near .'Xntibes," 131 x 20 (Keeves), £<^ 19s. 6d. 
Rivers, Leopold, " Near Godalming, .Surrey," 10 x 145 (Mitchell), /?4 4s. 
Lloyd, Stuart, 1903, " Bosham : Evening," 115 x 255 (Collings), £b i6s. 6d. 
Macwhirter, J., R.A., " The Lake of Geneva, from Glion," 10 x 13! (Jackson), 

£% 8s. 
Lloyd, Stuart, 1903, " Arundel : Early morning," \\\ x 255 (Collings), £(> 6s. 
Macwhirter, J., R.A., " The Road Round Loch Lomond," 20 x 14 (Sampson), 

£\\ OS. 6d. 
Macwhirter, J., R.A., " Loch AfTric, Inverness-shire," 14 x 20 (Harries), 

^'ii lis. 
Maurier, G. Du, " Forty Winks before Dinner (by Tom Noddy)," a set of 

sixteen, pen and ink (Arley), £^2 los. 
Turner, J. M. W., 'R.K., " Landscape," 11 x 17 (Ward), £6 6s. 
Faed, T., R..\., " Baith Faither and Milher," 6J x o| (Sampson), £6 69. 
Beavis, R., 1866, " The Forge," 7 x ' 10 (Bates), £2 I2». 6d. 



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Goodwin, A., 1882, " Lynmouth," lyi x 24 (Holmes), £^ 7s. 

Mogford, J., 1872, " Near Ilfracombe, Devon," ni X 24 (Bowden), £t, 4s. 

Prout, S., " Italian Buildings and Figures," 13 X gi (Paris), £1 12s. 6d. 

Unknown, " Trafalgar Square," 12 x 19 (Graves), los. 

Cox, D., " Hilly Landscape," igj X 28 (March), £21. 

Dodgson, G., " Oxwich Bay " and " Watching the Wreck," a pair, 16 X 28 

(Ryder), £\2 12s. 
Dodgson, G., 1867, "Knole Park," 16 X 28 (Goode), £<i qs. 
Hardy, T. B., 1877, " Morning : Katwyck," 13 x igi (Misell), £% i8s. 6d. 
Allingham, H., 1878, " Feeding the Chickens," 7x8 (Wood), £\% i8s. 

PICTURES. 
Rivers, Leopold. " Cottage at Witley," g x 7i (Clark), £2 12s. 6d. 
Cattermole, G., " Scenes from ' The Merry Wives of Windsor,' " a pair, 

93 X 135 (March), £\\ iis. 
Gerard, Th., " Returning from the Fields," 23 x 35 (Richardson), ^^13 2S. 6d. 
Sant, J.. R.A., " The Fortune-Teller," 43^ x 55^ (Dell), ;£:47 5s. 
Ellis, Edwin. " A Fresh Breeze," 17 X 32 (Paris), ijq gs. 

Lloyd, Stuart, " Christchurch Harbour, Hants," 22 x 35 (Paris), £■; 178. 6d. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., iqoo, "A Cow and Two Sheep," 10 X 15 (Wyatt), ;^I3 13s. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., " Landscape, with a horse and sheep," 6i x iij (Cass), 

£l 7s- 
Linnell, " Landscape," i6| x 23 (Carey), £(> 6s. 

Sprague, E., i8g7, " Sweet Lavender," 10 x 14 (Richardson). £i, 4s. 
East, Alfred, A.R..A., " In the Lambourne Valley," 14 x 2ii (James), £\o. 
Peel, J., " River Scene," 65 X gj (Weeks), £z 12s. 6d. 
Linnell, W., "Wood Scene," 115 X isi (Paris), £(i 6s. 
Provis, k., " Cottage Interior," 135 x 13 (Wylde), £2 2S. 

Leader, B. W., R.A., 1863, " In the Isle of Arran," 8 X 12 (Sampson), ;£jio los. 
Brett, J., A.R.A., 189S, " The Coast at Lee," 6| x 135 (Dobell), £\o los. 
Bryansk!, A. de, " Falcon Crag, Lodore," 15J x aij (Taylor), £-j 7s. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 
Hayes, Claude, "A Common Scene, with Sheep," and "Sheep under a Tre« " 

(Jackson), £2 as. 
Hayes, Claude, " -A Cloudy Day," 13^ x 20 (Locke), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Hayes, Claude, " Solitude," 11 X 21J (Beale), £2 12s. 6d. 
Hayes, Claude, " Near Cley, Norfolk," gj x 135 (Clarke, £1 55. 
Hayes, Claude, " Near Okehampton," gj x 135 (Best), ;^5 15s. 6d. 
Hayes, Claude, " Blackheath Common," qj x 13^ (Cohen), £->, 13s. 6d. 
Hayes, Claude, " .A Common, with buildings and sheep," 6^ x 10 (Jackson), 

£\ IIS. 6d. 
Wimperis, E. M., " On the Avon, Worcestershire," %\ x i4i (Eyles), £2 12s. 6d. 
Wimperis, E. M., " On the Arun," 84 x I2| (.Mitchell), £% i8s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 
Hayes, E., R.H.A., 1874, " The Mouth of a River," qi x 13J (Beale), £f> 16s. 6d. 
Hayes, E., R.H.A., " Staithes, near Whitby," and " Littlehampton " (Viccars), 

£^ 5s- 
Ville, V. de, " In .Anglesey," on panel, and " Running before the Wind," by 
E. Hayes, R.H.A. (Bale), ;^3 13s. 6d. 

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26o ART PRICES CURRENT. 



The Property of a Gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

Price, J., " Landscape, with cows," and " A Hermit," by W. Muller, sepia 

(Misell), £i IS. 
Pyne, J. B., 1863, " The Island of Murano, Venice," isJ X 3i (Sampson), 

Pyne, J. B., "A Raft on the Rhine," 13! x 213 (Sampson), £.5 5s. 

Pyiie, J. B., 1849, " UUswater, from Gobarrow Park," 13 x 20 (Misell), £S 8s. 

Pyne, J. B., 1846, " Zurich," iij x i8i (Sampson), £6 6s. 

Yeames, W. F., R.A., 1S64, " The Cloister," 10 x 13 (Clark), 14s. 

PICTURES. 
Br^anski, G. de, " Fishing-Boats Returning to Harbour," 55 x 29J (Paris), 

£'t 4S- 
Br^anski, G. de, " On the Thames towards Gravesend," 33 x 355 (Paris), 

£2 i3s. 6d. 
Bryansk!, G. de, " Off the Yorkshire Coast," unframed, 24 x 36 (Jackson), 

£3 as. 
Br^anski, G. de, " A Breezy Day, Suffolk Coast," and " Wet Weather, Norfolk 

Coast " (Jackson), £^ 13s. 6d. 
Drew, J. P., " Contemplation," 295 X 245 (T. Permain), £^ 4s. 
Pyne, J. B., " Venice " and " In the Campagna," circle (Sampson), £ii as. 6d. 



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June 19, 1908. The following were sold by order of the 
executors of Mrs. Stern, deceased, late of Littlegrove, East 
Barnet. 

A Portfolio containing Forty-four Drawings, in sepia, by A. E. Chalon, R.A., 
J. J. Challon, R.A., J. Cristall, W. Etty, R.A., C. R. Leslie, R.A., J. 
Partridge, C. Stanfield, R.A., T. Uwins, R.A., etc. (C. Davis), £26 ss. 

DRAWINGS. 
Barret, G., " Classical Lake Scene," 7^ x io| (Gooden & Fox), £^ 2S. 
Barret, G., " Woody River Scene," 75 X loj (Gooden & Fox), £^ 7s. 
Bough, Sam, R-S-.-V., 1857, " The Sands at Sunrise from Kirkcaldy Pier," 

i8| X 25 (Gooden & Fox), ;£'i73 SS. 
Branwhite, C, "A Lock, with a barge and figures," ii^ x 18 (Luke), ;^:5 155. 
Cattermole, G., " The Abbey Grounds," 165 x 24 (C. Davis), £,'14 14s. 
Cattermole, G., " Leaving for the War," :i5 x 9j (.\gnew), £\ is. 
Collins, W., K..\., 1843, " A View on the Coast, near Oban," 7^ x u (Gooden 

& Fox), ^"31 los. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1859, " Summer : Cattle and sheep on the bank of a 

stream," 14I x 2o|, International Exhibition, 1862 (Sampson), £^6 14s. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1859, " Winter : A group of sheep in the snow," 14! x 2o|, 

International Exhibition, 1862 (Sampson), £-]i 8s. 
Cox, D., 1838, " The Hayfield," 22i x 33 (Gooden & Fox), ^168. 
Cox, D., 1845, " Wind, Rain, and Steam," 18 x 235 (Tooth), ;£j22o los. 
Cox, D., " Hastings Beach," 17 x 29 (Gooden & Fox), £^0 8s. 
Cox, D., " A Welsh Lane," 10 x 145 (.Agnew), ;684. 
Cox, D., " The Tuileries, Paris," 95 x 7j (Gooden & Fox), ^37 i6s. 
Cox, D., " Calais Pier," 7j x iOj (Agnew), £2Z 12s. 
Delaroche, P., 1831, " Queen Amelie, and her attendants," 16J x 105 (Gooden & 

Fox), £,) 9s. 
Dobson, W. C. T., R.A., 1864, "Contemplation," iij x 9 (Bell), £2 2S. 
Dyce, W., R.A., " Rebecca," 16 x loJ (Wallis), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Fielding, C, 1838, " Rievaulx ••Vbbey," 25 x 36 (Gooden & Fox), ;^577 los. 
Fielding, C, 1826, " View off Lynmouth," 13 x 175 (Gooden & Fox), £q^ 10s. 
Foster, Birket, " Fetching Water from the Brook," 8| x 13 (Leggatt), £ioS- 
Frere, Ed., " Bedtime " and " Lessons," a pair, loJ x Sj (Davidson), ;£72a is. 
Gallait, L., 1865, " Art and Liberty," 17 x 123 (Gooden & Fox), £2^ 4s. 
Girtin, T., " River Scene," 10 X 13^ (Smith), ;^I7 17s. 
Haag, Carl, " A Tyrolese Carrier," 19; x 14 (C. Davis), ;£,'io 10s. 
Haghe, L., i860, " The Forum, Rome," 301 x 52^ (C. Davis), £6'i. 
Hildebrandt, E., 1859, " Rome," iif x 17 (Barrer), ;^io los. 
Hunt, W., "An Old Man in Church," 16J x 11 (Gooden & Fox), ;£'2i. 
Hunt, W., " A Bird's-N'est," oval, 65 x 9 (Gooden & i-'ox), £-;\ 8s. 
Hunt, W., " Resting by the Wayside," 14! x loj (Wylde), £-j 7s. 
Hunt, W., " A Peasant-Girl," 14 x loJ (Wylde), ^^"4 14s. 6d. 
Hunt, W., " Dead Pheasant and Rabbit," i2j x 7 (Beit), ;^3 13s 6d. 
Hunt, W., " Two Peasant-Girls," 123 x 9 (Longley), £1 5s. 
Lee, " A Peasant-Girl," oval, i\\ X 9 (C. Davis), ;^3 3s. 
Lewis, J. F., R.A., 1835, " Interior of a Spanish Posada, Andalusia," 26 x 33J 

(Sampson), ;^33 12s. 
Linnell, J., Sen., 1863, " In Windsor Forest," Sj x 13J (Agnew), £6^ 2i. 



264 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Prout, S., " View in a German Town," i2f x 8J (Agnew), ;^48 6s. 

Prout, S., " Interior of a Cathedra!," i6J x loj (Horace), £3^ los. 

Rieck, C, iSsg— 60, " Sunrise " and " Moonrise," a pair, 15 x 21 (Mitchell), 

£^5 4s. 6d. 
Roberts, D., R.A., " The Ruined Porch of a Carmelite Convent," 14I X lOj 

(Agnew), ^15 155. 
Stanfield, C, R.A., " The Raft," 8| x 14 (Gooden 8: Fox), ;^48 6s. 
Stanfield, C, R.A., " Stonehouse Bridge, Plymouth," 6f X loi (Gooden & Fox), 

^63. 
Stanfield, C, R.A., " Cochem," 15 x loi (Littleton), £2 los. 
Shields, F. J., 1862, " Going to the Spring," 12 x 7i (Sampson), £1 5s. 
Shields, F. J., " A Wet Day," si x 3^ (Leggatt), £2. 
Tayler, F., " Going to the Meet," loJ X yi (Bell), £6 los. 
Tenkate, H., 1861, "The Deputation," 10 x 14! (C. Davis), £n 14s. 
Topham, F. W., 1859, " On the Balcony," 13J X 10 (Sampson), £2 2S. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Exeter," 24 X 30J (Vicars), ;£'i20 15s. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Bardon Tower," ji X 13! (Gooden & Fox), ;£;i36 ids. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., "The Castle of Chillon," 11 x 15 (Vicars), £451 los. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Inverary," Si X iif (Vicars), ^^367 los. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Bedington," i8f x 26 (Agnew), ^105. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Dilslon Castle," iS x 22I (Agnew), ;^i68. 
Varley, J., 1810, " The Lake of Llanberis, North Wales," 18 X 47 (Agnew), 

£73 lOS. 
Willis, H. B., 1863, " The Harvest-Waggon," Ss X 9 (Agnew), j£;i2 12s. 
Wint, P. De, " Grouse-Shooting on the Moors," 14I x 28j (Gooden & Fox), 

^120 15s. 
Wint, P. De, " Highland River Scene," i2| x 21 (Agnew), ^^126 
Wint, P. De, " The Mowers," iij X i6| (Howard), £22 is. 

Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 
Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1854, " The Harbour," 9} x 13I (Gooden & Fox), £6 6«. 
Bough, Sam, R.S.A., " The Fatherland," 9 X 14! (Samways), £2 5s. 
Richardson, T. M., " Beal-ach-nam-bo, from the Foot of Loch Katrine," 

26i X 4oi (Bolton), ^^84. 
Mauve, A., " The Homeward Journey," io| x 17 (Tooth), ;£^I26. 
Israels, Josef, " Bringing Home the Faggots," si X 11 (Obach), ;^47 ss. 
Bough, Sam, R.S..A., " River Scene," 14 x igi (Gooden & Fox), £50 8s. 

PICTURES. 
Webb, J., " On the Cornish Coast," 414 x 72 (Shepherd), £50 8s. 
Neuhuys, Josef, 1875, " The Cottage Door," 8j x 14 (Tooth), £2$ 14s. 
Fantin-Latour, H., 1878, " Roses and Strawberries," 7 x 115 (Haghe), £y2 los. 
Fantin-Latour, H., " Startled," 6^ x 8| (Amor), £57 iss. 

Bource, Henri, 1873, " Going to the Christening," 35 x 51^ (Gibson), ;^i6 i6s. 
Frfere, Ed., 1861, " Cottage Interior," 14 x 18 (Wise), £-^2 "s. 
Frith, W. P., R.A., and Ansdell, R., R.A., " The Pet Fawn," 44 X 34I 

(Sampson), ^152 ss. 
Hardy, F. D., 1861, " The Burial of the Pet Bird," 9 x 14 (Lawrence), £25 14s. 
Hardy, George, 1864, " Playing with a Kitten," 13 x 17J (Lawrence), ;£j'i8 i8s. 
Merle, Hugues, 1869, " L'Ange du Foyer," 45 X 341 (W. Permain), ;^99 15s. 
Bonheur, Auguste, " Farm-Horses," 17 x 23^ (Banks), £2 12s. 6d. 



June 19, 1908. 263 

Bough, Sam, R.S.A., " Kilchurn Castle, Loch Awe," 25 X 36 (Bolton), ;{;a6 s»- 
Verboeckhoven, E., " Ewes and Lambs," 23 X 31 (Sampson), £^0 8s. 
Verboeckhoven, E., 1854, " Cows, Sheep, Goat and Ducks," 11 x 15 (Vicars), 

£:6o i8s. 
Weiss, J., " Amberley on the Arun," 39 X 59 (Gooden & Fox), £6S 5s. 
Meissonier, J. L. E., 1871, " The Artist's Horse ' Bachelier,' " 14 x loj (Friend), 

£h 14s- 
Harlamofl, A., 1884, " The Tambourine-Girl," 21 x 14J (Amor), ;£,42. 
Troyon, C, " Le Marchi5 du Printemps," 22J x 32^ (Coureau), ;£J787 los. 
Fantin-Laiour, H., 1873, " Roses in a Glass Vase," 10 x 7j (Tempelaere), 

£52 10s. 
Archer, J., R.S.A., 1881, " In the Gloaming," 47J x 6si (Connell;, £^ 14s. 6d. 
Arndt, F., "The Cottage on the Hill," 29 x 36 (Bauer), £2 J2S 6d. 
Britten, W., " The Cavalier," 5J x 12 (Boltonl, 15s. 

Bough, Sam. R.S.A., 1876, " St. .Andrews," 33J x 51 (Sampson), ;£^22 is. 
L'Hermitte, L., " Interior of a Church," 48 x 83 (Sampson), £$2 los. 
Bosboom, J., " Interior of the Church at Bois le Due," and " Interior of the 

Church at Alkmaar," a pair, 7j X sJ (Wnllis), ;£rn5 los. 
Fantin-Latour, H., 1872, " Flowers in a Glass Vase," lOj x 9 (Lefevre), £^2. 
Corot, J. B. C , "Landscape," 8 x 15 (Hamburger), £23 2s. 
Domingo, F., ' A Standard-Bearer," loj X 7j (Sampson), ;£.'io los. 
Domingo, F., "Soldiers Halting at a Tavern," 7I x 6 (Sampson), ;£^I2 12s. 
Worms, J., " Li Fleur Pr^fer^e," 115 X 155 (Howard), ^£^31 los. 
Verboeckhoven, E., 1865, " A Shepherd and Sheep," 7x9 (Vicars), ;£^22 is. 
Koekkoek, B. C, " Landscape," 7 x 95 (Sampson), ;£J^io los. 
Marcke, E. Van, " Woody Landscape," 21 x 28 (.Mitchell), £21. 
Corot, J. B. C, " The Artist's House at Ville d'Avray, 9 x 131 (Tweddle), 

£3° 9S- 
Corot, J. B. C, 'Old Buildings," iij x 153 (Mann), ;£Ji2 12s. 
Mauve, A., " Returning from Work," 223 x 40 (Tooth), ^1,627 los. 
Cooper, T. S.., R..A., 1853, " Canterbury from Tonford," 47 x 72 (Gooden Sc 

Fox), £S'i6. 
Corot, J. B. C, ' Landscape," i9i x 23J (March), ^S77 lo*- 
Fielding, C, " Bol:on -Abbey," 53 x 78 (Hollis), ^^336. 
Blaas, E. De, 1887 " Head of a Girl," 12 X 9^ (Lindlar), j^2i. 
Blinks, T., 18S6, "The Check," 15^ x 12 (Gooden S: Fox), ;£^22 is. 
Constant, Benjamir, i88i, " Presents for the Ameer," 31 x 47 (Sampson), ;^ios. 
Conti, Tito, " The Rose," 22J x i8j (Sampson), ^^■^i los. 
Hardy, Heywood, j886, " At the Spring," 15 x 12 (Mitchell), ;^i6 i6s. 
Munger, G., " Nea- Renil," iij x isJ (Sampson), £g 19s. 6d. 
Munger, G., " Nea- Marlotte," 11 x 17J (Cremetti), ;£^I5 15s. 
Perboyre, E., " Re:onnoiiering," 14J x 17^ (Tooth), ^£^30 9s. 
Schafer, H. T., i8i6, " Charity," 38^ x 27 (Huggins), ^'35 14s. 
Semenowsky, E., 1585, " Djelma," 13J x lo (Mitchell), ;£,'s 53. 
Vinea, F., 1891, "The Pets," 40 x 27J (Sampson), ;£^78 153. 

The following- were sold by order of the executors of 
Joseph Broorre, Esq., deceased, late of Manchester and 
Llandudno. 

DRAWINGS. 
Bough, Sam, R.SA., 1S69, " The Raincloud, Strathmore," 30 x 28, Royal 
Jubilee Exhibiion, Manchester, 1887 (Sampson), ^168. 



a64 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1869, " Brough Sands," 18J x 30, Royal Jubilee Ex- 
hibition, Manchester, 1887 (Sampson), ;£^i3i ss. 

Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1867, " Crossing the Common, near Carlisle, 27 x 364, 
Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester, 1887 (Marsh), £■^6 15s. 

Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1874, " On the River Avon, near Bristol," I4i X 2o{ 
(Wallis), £z9 i8s. 

Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1867, " Sir Arthur Wardour and his Daughter Caught by 
the Tide " (From " The Antiquary "), 16J X 25J (Maurice), £^47 5s. 

Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1869, " Returning from the Hunt," 13! x 22J (Maurice), 

;6"47 SS- 
Bough, Sam, R.S.A., i86g, " Bamborough Castle," 13 X 18J (Wallisl, ;^8 8s. 
Bough, Sam, R.S.-A., " Harbour Scene," ii| x 173 (Pughe), ;£'i6 i6s. 
Miiller, W., " Village on a River," y\ x 9J (Sampson), £1 is. 
Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., " A Dacent Old Woman," 8| x 7I (Wallis), ^£^3 15$ 
Prout, S., " The Dreadnought," 7 x 10 (Sampson), :os. 6d. 
Wint, P. De, " Caistor Castle, Lincolnshire," 14 x 22 (Carfax), y^g igs. 6d. 
Wint, P. De, " A Cottage near Hertford," 6 X 95 (Havves & Son), £^ 13s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

Bonheur, J. Peyrol, " Sheep in a Pasture," I2j x 17J (Best), ^23 2s. 

Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1856, " Wemyss Bay," 25J x 41^, Rcyal Jubilee Ex- 
hibition, Manchester, 1887 (Connell), j^304 los. 

Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1857, " A Moorland near Carlisle," 2j x 40^, Royal 
Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester, 1887 (Wallis), ;^IS2 5s. 

Bough, Sam, R.S.A., :86o, " Turners Holme, Liddlesdale, 23I x igj (Connell), 

Butler, Lady, " The Vedette," 195 x 23J (engraved) (Lister), ;^42. 
Fantin-Latour, H., 1880, " Chrysanthemums," isJ x 125 (Gooden & Fox), 

Fantin-Latour, H., 1881, " Roses in a Basket," 7 x 13 (Crenetti), ;^I36 los. 

Fantin-Latour, H., 1877, " White Roses," 8 x 15^ (Lefevre), ;£riio 5s. 

Jeannin, G., " Roses," 23 x 28 (Sampson), ;^y ys. 

Maris, W., " A Cow at a Stream," 7 x 10 (Lefevre), ;£220 los. 

Miiller, W., " A Tambourine-Girl," 14 x 12 (H. Harris), £t 2S. 

Neuhuys, A., 1875, " The Torn Page," 18 x 24 (Wallis), £:ts SS. 



June 25, 1908. 265 



June 25, 1908. The collection of modern pictures and 
water-colour drawings of Stephen G. Holland, Esq., 
deceased, late of 56, Porchester Terrace, W. (First Day's 
Sale). 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

PICTURES. 

Ar.sdell, R., R.A., 1S63. " The Dead Woodcock," 15 X 235 (Agnew), £'31 los. 

Barber, J. M., 1833, "The Bubble," iif X 9^ (Barratt), £5 5s. 

Barret, G., " A Bay Scene," 25^ x 22J (Gooden Si Fox), £157 10s. 

Bonington, R. P., " Fecamp," 8| x 13J (Paterson), ;^252. 

Bramley, Frank, A.R.A., 1892, " Old Memories," 41 X 48J (Tooth), ;:f2i5 55. 

Burgess, J. B., R.A., 1881, "The Genius of the Family," 35 x 47 (Sampson), 

;£:no ss. 
Cleminson, R., 1871, " The First Seed," 7 x 8^ (Agnew), £■; ys. 
Cole, G., " Leith Hill," 6 x ii^ (Sykes), £6 6s. 
Cole, Vicat, R.A., 1S79, " The Leaves of Wasted Autumn Woods," 60 x 47J 

(.Agnew), ;£r462. 
Cole, Vicat, R..\., 1873, " .Arundel : Sunset," 2i| x 36 (Agnew), £157 10s. 
Collins, W., R.A., " The Embarkation of George IV. at Leith," 22 x 29J 

(Vicars), £^^ 2s. 
Constable, J., R.A., 1826, " Salisbury Cathedral," 34 x 43J, Burlington House, 

1895 (Knoedler & Co.), ;£,8,i90. 
Constable, J., R.A., " River Scene," 19 X 23 (Gooden & Fox), ;^78 155. 
Constable, J., R.A., "Arundel Mill and Castle," 11 x isi (Colnaghi & Co.), 

Cooke, E. W., R.A., " Godstow Bridge, near Oxford," 9I x 13! (Permain), ;^ai. 
D. Cox, 1849, " The Road to the Mill," I3i X 175 (Blaker), ^^220 los. 
Crealock, J., 1905, " Instow," 21 x 31^ (Huggins), £21. 
Creswick, T., R..A., 1847, " The Greenwood Stream," 27J x 2Si (Gooden & 

Fox), ;£;294. 
Creswick, T., R.A., " A View in Surrey," 24J x 35 (Cox), ;^i68. 
Creswick, T., R.A., 1848, "The Avenue," 23! x lyi (Vokins), £i(>S. 
Crome, J., " A Road through a Wood," 7x9 (Sykes), ;£,'22 is. 
Davis, H. W. B., R.A., 1880, " Family .Affection," 60 x 47J (Lister), ;£'22o los. 
Dicksee, F., R.A., 1882, " A Love Story," arched top, 40 x 59, etched by 

A. Lalauze (Agnew), £iyS. 
Dicksee, F., R.A., 1889, " The Passing of .Arthur," 59 x 98 (Sampson), ;£r420. 
Dicksee, T. F., " Desdemona," oval, 9I x 7I (Permain), £g gs. 
Dobson, W. C. T., R.A., 1883, " The Toilet," 5x3! (Sampson), £2 2s. 
Duncan, E., 1856, "Fishing-boats: Early morning," iij x 15I (Agnew), 

;£'lO lOS. 

Faed, J., R.S.A., "The Gipsv," oval, iij x 9^ (Sykes), £8 8s. 

Faed, T., R.A., 1870, " From Dawn till Sunset," 17 x 23 (Wallis), £304 los. 

FiJdes, Sir Luk , R.A., "An English Maiden," 27J x 2oi (Agnew), £420. 

Fildes, Sir Luke, R..A., " An Irish Girl," 28^ x 2ii (Gooden & Fox,, ;£23i. 

Fildes, Sir Luke, R.A., " Nina," 29^ x 19 (Tooth), ;f 168. 

Fitzpatrick, A., "The Amateur Chiropodist," iij x 13^ (Nash), £2 2S. 



266 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Frith, W. P., R.A., 1886, " Honeywood introducing the Bailiffs as his Friends," 

17J X 26 (Gooden & Fox), y:i68. 
Frith, W. P., R.A., 1840, "The Killing Twist," 13J X iij (Gooden & Fox), 

^'36 iss. 
Frith, W. P., R.A., " Sterne and the Grisette," SJ X 7J (Brown & Phillips), 

£2;i 2S. 
Gainsborough, T., R.A., " The Harvest Waggon," 3ii x 37! (Agnew), i;73S. 
Gilbert, A., 1851, " On the Loddon, Berkshire," i3i X ii (Gooden & Fox), 

j£;22 is. 
Gilbert, A., " Woody River Scene," iij x 133 (Sykes), ;£;io los. 
Goodall, F., R.A., 1881, "The Return from Mecca," 11 x 8 (Vokins), ;^29 8$. 
Gow, A. C, R.A., 1887, " The Garrison Marching out with the Honours of 

War : Lillie, a.d. 1708," 47 x 60 (Agnew), ;£'7S6. 
Gow, A. C, R.A., 1874-5, " Sophy Baddeley at the Pantheon," agi X 48 

(Lister), £y8 iSs. 
Gow, A. C, R.A., 1870, " A Look Out," 15^ x 11 (Gooden & Fox), ;£^i78 los. 
Hardy, F. D., 1853, "An Interior, with an Old Man Smoking," 7J x iif 

(Connell), £2^ 2S. 
Holland, J., " Venice," 265 x 355, Burlington House, 1901 (Agnew), ;6ii207 los. 
Holland, J., "The CoUeoni Monument, Venice," 29 x 24, Burlington House, 

1901 (Agnew), ;£'6si. 
Holland, J., " Venice," i4i X 24J (Richards), £6^2- 
Holland, J., " Greenwich Hospital," i4i X 24J (Agnew), ;^367 los. 
Holland, J., :84s, " Back to the Malipiero Palazzo, Venice," 18 x 14! (Permain) 

i;68 ss. 
Holland, J., "The Piazzetta of St. Mark's, Venice," i:^ circle (Agnew), £126. 
Holland, J., " Venice, after Rain," 95 circle (Richards), ;£^273. 
Holland, J., " Venice : A View of the Riva del Schiavone," 9J circle (Agnew), 

^^178 los. 
Holland, J., " The Piazzetta, Venice," 6| circle (WalHs), £^2 los. 
Holland, J., " The Rialto, Venice," 6| circle (Wallis), ;^"3i los. 
Holland, J., " The North Door, Notre Dame, Paris," qf x 6| (Agnew), £j^ 151. 
Holland, J., " In the Beauchamp Chapel, Warwick," 8| x 6f (Saunders), ;£,'22 is. 
Hook, J. C, R.A., 1865, " The Mackerel Take," 27 X 42 (Agnew), ;^378. 
Hook, J. C, R.A., 1859, "The Skipper Ashore," 11 x 17J (Agnew), ;^73 los. 
Horsley, J. C, R.A., 1871, " Madame se Chaufle " and " Monsieur se Chauffe," 

a pair, 6x4 (Agnew), ^'14 14s. 
Jee, Horace, "Waterloo Bridge," 16J x 2oi (Nash), £1 iis. 6d. 
Jones, G., R.A., 1819, '■ A View of Abbeville," 25J x 22I (Agnew), £62. 
Keyl, F. W., " Scotch Deer-Hounds," 42J x 63J (.\gnew), ;£^27 6s. 
Keyl, F. W., " Deer : Sunset," 29J x 48 (.Agnew), £6 6s. 
Keyl, F. W., 1859, " Sheep on the Downs," 29^ x 48 (Cassell), ;£J^ii iis. 
Landseer, Sir E., R.A., 1842, " Otter and Salmon," 2ii x 33i, engraved by 

J. R. Jackson and C. G. Lewis (.Agnew), .£.378. 
Leader, B. W., R.A., 1901, " The Weald of Surrey," 60 X 47i (Wallis), ;£;294. 
Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., 1893, " Corinna of Tanagra," 4:4 x 27 (Sampson), 

£22,i- 
Lewis, J. F., R.A., 1865, " A Turkish School in Cairo," 2sJ x 32 (Agnew), 

^1,312 lOS. 
Lewis, J. F., R.A., 1858, " A Kibob Shop, .Scutari, Asia Minor," 2oi x 30 

(Gooden & Fox), ;£'i,o5o. 
Lewis, J. F., R.A., 1875, "A Cairo Bazaar; the DalUl," 30 X aoj (Sampson), 

;^24I 10s. 



June 25, 1908. 267 

Linnell, J., Sen., 1862-74, " Carrying Wheat," 39 x 54 (Agnew), ;^i,995. 
Linnell, J., Sen., 1858, " The Brow of the Hill," 2ii x 30 (Agnew), ^651. 
Long, E., R.A., 1877, " An Ancient Custom," 28 x 37^ (Agnew), ;^i78 10s. 
Long, E., R.A., 1870, " Lazarillo and the Blind Beggar," vide " Lazarillo de 

Tormes," Chapter iii., 43 x 54 (.\gnew), ;£r24X los. 
Long, E., R.A., 1875, " Thisb^," 55^ x 36 (Agnew), £3^6 los. 
Macquoid, P., 1878, " The Neglected Messenger," 30^ x 48^ (Agnew), £2$^ los. 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 1881, " Caller Herrin'," 43 X 31, engraved by H. 

Herkomer, R.A. (Agnew), /ri,890. 
Montague, A.., " Coast Scenes " (Sykes), /^ii lis. 
Montefiore, E. B. S., 1882, " Rest," 24J x 60 (Vicars), ;^33 12s. 
Miiller, W., 1843, " Gillingham," 22^ x i6j (Agnew), ;^346 los. 
Muller, W., 1842, " The Interior of a Cottage," 25 X 20^ (Permain), £^3 is. 
Nasmyth, P., " A View near Godstone," iSJ x 24^ (Agnew), ;£^840. 
Nasmyth, P., " \Voody Landscape." 14 X 20J (.'^gnew), £igg. 
Nasmyth, P., 1818, " Eton," 17J x 23J (.^gnew), ^^420. 
Nasmyth, P., 1829, "A Forest Scene," iij X 151, Guildhall, 1899 (Connell), 

;^630. 
Nasmyth, P., 1829, " A View near Godstone," gi X 13I (Agnew), £iiS- 
Nasmyth, P., " An Old Water-mill among Trees," 9^ x 12^ (Permain), £6S 55. 
O'Neil, H., A.R.A., "The Musician," 13! x iij (Vokins), ;^I3 13s. 
O'Neil, H., A.R.A., " A Mother Depositing her Child at the Foundling Hospital 

in Paris," 14 X 11 (Amor), £^ 13s. 6d. 
Orchardson, W. Q., R.A., " Napoleon on Board H.M.S. ' Bellerophon,' " 

28i X 44 (S. Harris), ;^i,68o. 
Orchardson, W. Q., R.A., 1903, " Mrs. Siddons in the Studio of Sir Joshua 

Reynolds," 39 X 53 (Wallis), ;!fJ420. 
Parrott, W., " The Palace of Joanna, Naples," 233 x 355 (.Amor), £^ 15s. 6d. 
Parrott, W., i860, " Dandelion Castle," 15J x 29^ (Agnew), £6 6s. 
Pettie, J., R..A., 1867, " Treason," 23J x 38J (Wallis), £$$6 los. 
Phillip, J., R.A., 1866, " A Highland Lassie Reading," 27 x 20j (Permain), 

;^IIS lOS. 

Pott, L. J., 1878, " Fallen .Amongst Thieves," 31 x 49 (.Agnew), ;£^2io. 

Pritchett, E., " The Grand Canal, Venice," iij x iSj (Amor), £y 7s. 

Riviere, Briton, R..A., 1884, " The Eve of St. Bartholomew," 55 x 47 (Sampson), 

£336. 
Riviere, Briton, R.A., 1887, " Compulsory Education," 28 x 2oi (Agnew), 

;£j'262 lOS. 

Sainton, C. P., 1888, " Doves," 55 x 32 (Agnew), £^2. 

Shaw, Walter J., 18S0, " Breakers," 34 x 56 (Agnew), £1$ ISS. 

Sidley, S., 1876, " The Challenge," 205 x 133 (Sampson), ;^I2 12s. 

Solomon, A., " Reflection," 7x9 (Opp^), ^5 155. 6d. 

Stanfield, C, R.A., " The Mouth of the Tees," 36 x 48 (Gooden & Foi), 
£325 los. 

Stark, J., " A Woody Road Scene," 19J x 16 (Gooden & Fox), ^210. 

Stark, J., " A Woody Road Scene," 10 X 14 (.Agnew), £210. 

Stark, J., " A View near a Farm," ii^ x 15^^ (.Agnew), ^^178 los. 

Stark, J., " A Woody Lane Scene," 10 x 8 (Wallis), ;^44 2s. 

Stone, Marcus, R..A., 1863, " Genius Checked," 7I x 9J (Lister), £'i^ 13s 

Sir L. .Alma-Tadema, R.A., 1870, " The Juggler," 31 x ini (Wallis), £313- 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Mortlake Terrace," 35 x 47i, Exhibited at the 
Royal Academy, 1827, under the title " Mortlake Terrace, the seat of 
William Moffatt, Esq. : " Summer Evening " (Knoedler & Co.), ;£Ji3,23o. 



268 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., 1840, "The Storm," 12 x 21 (Colnaghi & Co.), £s,775- 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., 1840, " The Morning after the Storm," 13 x ai 

(Colnaghi & Co.), ;£;8,o85. 
Vincent, G., " Landscape," 27J x 3Sj (Gooden & Fox), .^262 los. 
Vincent, G., " Landscape, near Norwich," ig X 23^ (Gooden 81 Fox), ;^i68. 
Vincent, G., " Woody Landscape," 17 X 23J (Agnew), £$4 12s. 
Walters, G. S., 1880, " Sunset in Dutch Waters," 354 x 27^ (Vokins), ;^89 5s. 
Watts, G. F., R.A., " Love and Death," 20J x 10 (Agnew), £126. 
Weguelin, J. R., 1882, " The Feast of Flora," 37 X iSJ (.^gnew), ;^78 155. 
Woods, Henry, R.A., 1889, " On the Steps of the Scuola, San Rocco, 

Venice," 42 x 25 (Gooden & Fox), ^£^420. 
Woods, Henry, R.A., i8qo, " In the Shade of the Scuola, San Rocco, Venice," 

25 X i2i (Agnew), ;{^ii5 los. 

PICTURES BY OLD MASTERS. 

" Portrait of Princess Hariette, daughter of Louis XV.," on copper, 4} X s| 

(Sykes), £^ 4s. 
" Portrait of Mrs. Cibber," on copper, oval, 4I x 4 (.Sykes), ;^io los. 
Correggio, " Venus and Cupid," 35 x 27^ (.A.. Smith), £^ 4s. 
Hobbema, M., " The Market Day," 17 x 21, Smith's " Catalogue Raisonn^," 

vol. vi. pp. 145—6, engraved by Vinkels (Tooth), ^273. 



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June 26, 1908 (Second Day's Sale). 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

WATER COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

Allingham, H., 1878, " London Flowers," 16 x 12 J (Vokins), ;£'iio 55. 

Allingham, H., 1880, " Resting," 8| x 11 (Agnew), ^^56 14s. 

Allingham, H., " The Garden Help," 9 x qi (Mrs. Sale), £;iO 9s. 

Allingham, H., " Stripping Currants," 6i X 8J (Vokens), ^60 i8s. 

Barret, G., " Tivoli : A Classical Composition," 294 x 39! (Gooden & Fox), 

£■693- 
Barret, G., " A Landscape : Sunrise," 20 X 32J (Agnew), ;^283 10s. 
Barret, G., " Timon of Athens at his Cave in the Twilight of the Evening," 

j6j X 2of (Agnew), /^52 los. 
Barret, G., " Gray's Elegy," I2| x 195 (Brown & Phillips), £4^ 2S. 
Barret, G., " A River Scene: Evening," 13 X 19 (Agnew), ;£,23i. 
Barret, G., 1824, " Morning : A River Scene with a Punt," 6f x gf (Agnew), 

j£r44 2s. 
Barret, G., " Evening : A Lake Scene, with a Temple among Trees," 6i x gf 

(.Agnew), ;^i6 i6s. 
Bonington, R. P., " Coast Scene," 7 X gi (Vokins), ;^2io. 
Bonington, R. P., 1828, " Quai du Louvre," 5I x 8f (.Agnew), ;£r23i. 
Bonington, R. P., " Dover," s4 X 9 (Agnew), £g() 15s. 
Bonington, R. P., 1828, " The Undercliff," S X 8j (Agnew), ;£'ii5 los. 
Bonington, R. P., 1829, " Boulogne," 5x7 (Gooden &■ Fox), ;£,27 6s. 
Bonington, R. P., "The Death of Francis I.," 5^ x 6J (Agnew), £42. 
Bonington, R. P., " Coast Scene," 3^ x 41 (Agnew), ,^29 8s. 
Boyce, G. P., " The Saxon Church, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire," 15^ X 31 

(Agnew), /^2y 6s. 
Burton, Sir F. W., R.H.A., 1858, "An Apple-Girl," i8i x iij (Agnew), £25 4s. 
Cattermole, G., " Sacking the Monastery," igj x 27? (Agnew), £^6 14s. 
Cattermole, G., " The Darnley Conspirators," 8 x 183 (Agnew), ^£^'73 los. 
Cattermole, G., 1850, "The Farewell," 115 x 155 (Col. Thompson), £14 14s. 
Cattermole, G., " The Retreat of Montrose," :oj x 131 (Du Cros), £2^ 2s. 
Cooke, E. W., R.A., " Rome," 9J x 6f (Amor), £11 iis. 
Cooper, T. S., R..A., 1868, " Cows on the Bank of a Stream," igj x 27! 

(Agnew), ^115 los. 
Cox, D., 1842, " Lancaster; Peace and War," 19J x 29} (.Agnew), £g4S- 
Cox, D., 1846, " Crossing the Stream," loj x 14 (Agnew), £2^^. 
Cox, D., 1830, " Ploughing," 11 x i6| (.Agnew), ;£^iio SS- 

Cox, D., 1836, " Lancaster Sands : Early Morning," 10 x 14 (Vokins), ;£;'220 los. 
Cox, D., 1828, " Carting Hay : Wimbledon Common," 8j X 13! (Gee), ;£^i83 15s. 
Cox, D., " The Fight," lof x 143 (Agnew), £^2 los. 
Cox, D., " A Woody Road," 8} x 12 (Agnew\ ;^63. 
Cox, D., " Quai des Orf^vres, Paris," 8 X lof (Agnew), ;£J68 ss. 
Cox, D., 1832, " Making Hay," 7 x 10 (Gee), £6^. 
Cox, D., " Waiting for the Ferry," yi x iiJ (Agnew), ;£ri68. 
Cox, D., " Bolton Abbey," 7x11 (Mullen), ^^27 6s. 
Cox, D., 1838, " Carting Hay," 6i x 9! (Agnew), ;^22o 10s. 
Cox, D., " On the Thames," 9^ x 13^ (Permain), ;£^ios. 
Cox, D., 1829, "The Old Gate at Calais," io4 X 7} (Agnew), £ti. 



270 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Cox, D., " Greenwich Hospital," 9 X 6| (Agnew), ;^2i. 

Davidson, C, " Eariy Spring : A Landscape," with peasants by F. W. 

Topham, 20 X 30J (Amor), ;£,'22 is. 
Dicksee, F., R.A., 1875, " Bertram and Helena," 8J X 5\ (Vokins), £^y 5s. 
Dicksee, F., R.A., 1871, " A Conspirator," 9 x 6^ (.\mor), £5 5s. 
Duncan, E., 18S0, " The North Berwick Lifeboat going out to a Vessel in 

Distress," 21 x 39 (Agnew), £336. 
Duncan, E., 1878, " Sunset," 30 X 26 (Barrett), £ij^ los. 
Duncan, E., 1878, " An Approaching Gale : Vessels Running for an Anchorage," 

30 X 26^ (.Agnew), iJi26. 
Duncan, E., 1867, " A Coast Scene after a Storm," loj X 16 (Cox), £;i6 15s. 
Duncan, E., 1859, " The Last Man from the Wreck," lOj x 9 (Agnew), ;^29 8s. 
Fielding, C, 1847, " Ben More, Isle of Mull," ii| x 16 (Agnew), ;^6i9 los. 
Fielding, C, 1847, " View of the Upper Part of Loch Etive," 24! x 36 

(Luke), ;^2io. 
Fielding, C, " View of Ben Venue from the Trossachs," 8 X 12 (Agnew), 

Fielding, C, 1843, " .A Highland Loch Scene," 7f X iij (Agnew), ;£'i68. 

Fielding, C, 1856, " Burlington Pier," 11 X isf (Agnew), ;£;273. 

Fielding, C, " A Highland Loch Scene," 7X9! (Clark), £S^. 

Fielding, C, 1854, " View of Ben Venue from the Trossachs, West High- 
lands," 6| X 10 (Huggins), £63. 

Foster, Birket, " The Timber Waggon," 30 x 26 (Barratt), £^6z. 

Foster, Birket, " The Fruiterer's Shop," 16 X 23 (Agnew), ;£^2io. 

Foster, Birket, " Rouen Cathedral," 9X7 (Wagner), ;^ioS. 

Foster, Birket, " The Letter," 9x7 (.Agnew), £Sq 5s. 

Foster, Birket, " Cologne," 3! x 5j (Rogers), ;^73 los. 

Foster, Birket, " A Fruit-Stall at Marlais," 3! x Sj (Gee), £6S 5s. 

Foster, Birket, " Eltville on the Rhine," 5j x 3I (Vokins), ;^6o i8s 

Foster, Birket, " St. Moritz," 55 x 35 (.Agnew), ;^54 12s. 

Foster, Birket, " Feeding the Geese," si x 8 (Robson), £iS7 'os. 

Foster, Birket, " Sorrento," 55 x 35 (Agnew), £^y 15s. 

Foster, Birket, " The Arches, Bellaggio," sJ x 3I (Vokins), ;£'6o i8s. 

Goodwin, A., " St. Mark's, Venice," 10 x 14I (Leggatt), ^^y i6s. 

Gow, A. C, R.A., 1890, " After Waterloo : ' Sauve qui peut ! ' " 15} x 2iJ 
(Agnew), ;^294. 

Gow, A. C, R.A., 1871, " A Suspicious Guest," 13J x 18 (Gooden & Fox), 
.£199 10s. 

Gow, A. C, R.A., 1876, " A Jacobite Meeting," lyl x 30 (Sampson), ;^i78 los. 

Gow, A. C, R.A., 1872, " The Siege Described by an Eye-Witness," 7I x loj 
(Vokins), £131 ss. 

Gow, A .C, R..A., 1884, " A Message to the Caid," 21J x 31 (Agnew), ;^68 ss. 

Gow, A. C, R.A., :886, " Cromwell at Dunbar," iij x i6| (Agnew), ;£ri62 155. 

Gow, A. C, R.A., 1874, " Settling a Dispute," 7! x loJ (Agnew), £n^ 2s. 

Gow, A. C, R.A., 1870, " Off Guard," 12I x SJ (Aird), ^iio ss. 

Haag, Carl, " The Rehearsal, Cairo." 13I x 19 (Wallis), ;£;29 8s. 

Haag, Carl, 1880, " Sit-el-Hosn," 11 x 8 (Vokins), ^27 6s. 

Haag, Carl, 1880, " Aga Abd Allah," lof x yi (Vokins), £i8 :8s. 

Hine, Harry, "Across Brayford Head, Lincoln," 14I x iii (Agnew), ;^84. 

Hine, H. G., 1870, " Chanctonbury Hills," 8f x 141 (Agnew), ;^47 5s. 

Holland, J., " A View on the Grand Canal, Venice," 12J x igl (C. Davis), 
£6i^ SS. 

Holland, J., " On the Giudecca, Venice," 12J x 2of (.Agnew), ;^42o. 



June 26, 1908. 271 

Holland, J., " Santa Maria della Salute, Venice," 8i X iif (Agnew), £iz(> los. 
Holland! J., " The Rialto, Venice," I2f X 21 (Agnew), ;£;i57 los. 
Holland, J., " The Piazzetta, Venice : Moonlight," I2| X gj (Agnew), £^2. 
Holland, J., 1839, "The Shrine of St. Sebastian, Venice," 14 X loi (Agnew), 

£S0 8s. 
Holland, J., 1865, " Flowers in a Dish," 9 X iii (Brown & Phillips), £11 ns. 
Hunt, W., 1827, " Going to School," 21 x 144 (A. Smith), £<)i, los. 
Hunt, W., " The Flower-Girl," I3i X 14 (Permain), £()t,. 
Hunt, W., " Up in the Clouds," 14! x 10, and " Down in the Dumps,' 

I4i X 10 (.^gnew), ;^i68. 
Hunt, W., " Making it Hot," 14J X loj (Hahn), £(>2,. 
Hunt, W., " Devotion : .\ Boy in the attitude of Prayer holding a Rosary,' 

II X 8 (Co.-i), £44 2s. 
Hunt, VV., " Going to the Spring," i2| X 8i (Gooden & Fox), j^3i los. 
Hunt, W., " Devotion : A Girl in Blue Jacket and Red Skirt holding a Rosary," 

ni X 8 (.\mor), .^"12 12s. 
Hunt, W., " Sunday," 13! x y\ (Amor), ;^i8 i8s. 
Hunt, W., " Plums," 8x11 (Aenew). £s^ 12s. 

Hunt, W., " Grapes, Pomegranate and Chestnuts," 8| x iif (Agnew), ;£;42. 
Hunt, W., " Hedge-Sparrow's Nest and Wild Roses," yi X io| (.Agnew), £-1 8s. 
Hunt, W., " The Interior of a Kitchen," loi X 15 (Mullen), £i-; 17s. 
Hunt, W., " Grapes, Peach, and Currants," yi x 11 (Agnew), £^<) i8s. 
Hunt, W., " In Church," 7 in. circle (.'\mor), £i(> i6s. 
Leitch, W. L., 1864, " Dee Side above Balmoral, Aberdeenshire," S3 x 34! 

(Wallis), £?45 4s. 
Lewis, J. F., R..A., 1873, " A Lady Receiving Visitors in the Mandarah of a 

House in Cairo," 29^ x 41 (Agnew), ^7630. 
Montalba, Clara, i8gi, "Palazzo Reggonico, Venice: Regatta Day," iij x I2| 

(Wallis), ^29 8s. 
North, J. W., .A.R..^., 1882, " Marsh Land," 11 x 175 (.Agnew), ^^773 los. 
Palmer, Sam., " Sheep Shearing," -\ x i6i (Mullen), £2() 8s. 
Pinwell, G. J., 1871, " Away from Town," 35 x 25J (Gooden & Fox), V7304 los. 
Prout, S., " The Doge's Palace, Venice," 28^ x 44 (Hahn), £^2 los. 
Prout, S., " A View in Prague," 16 x lof (Gooden & Fox), £(>?> 5s. 
Prout, S., 1815, " The Entrance to a Cathedral," 191 x 145 (Leggatt), ^^15 15s. 
Richardson, T. M., " Ischia," 245 x 395 (.Agnew), ^£7309 15s. 
Riviere, Briton, R..A., " Much Ado about Nothing," loi X 14I (Agnew), 

;£?I36 los. 

Riviere, H. P., " The Temple of Vesta, Rome," 16 x 28J (Agnew), £21. 
Robertson, C, " The Sale of the Beautiful Persian," 14 x 20^ (Leggatt), 

£i^ 15s- 
Robertson, C, " Commercial Activity, Cairo," 14 x 10 (.Agnew), ;^29 8s. 
Robertson, C, " The Bazaar, Cairo," 14 x 10 (Vokins), £16 i6s. 
Robson, G. F., " Durham," I2| x igi (Agnew), ;^84. 
Robson, G. F., " Loch Maree," 12J x 195 (.Agnew), ;^47 5s. 
Robson, G. F., "A Mountainous Lake Scene: Evening," 12 x iSJ (Agnew), 

£^1 5s. 

Alma-Tadema, Sir L., R.A., " The Old Old Story," 8i x 18 (Agnew), £2,'i2, 10s. 
Alma-Tadema, Sir L., R.A., " The Garland-Seller," 7^ x ijf (.Agnew), £2i,() 15s. 
Tayler, F., "Stag-Hunting: .A Scene from ' Waverley,' " iif x I5i (Agnew) 

£^i- 
Tayler, F., 1880, " Going Hunting," 9^ x 13 (Thompson), ;^i7 175. 
Thorne-Waite. R., 1883, " Cowdray Castle, Sussex," 26 x 40 (Agnew,) j^i68. 



272 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Thorne-Waite, R., " The Top of the Cliff," lo x 14 (Agnew), £6^ los. 
Thorne-Waite, R., " Gleaners, Steyning, Sussex," e\ X 22 (Agnew), £73 los 
Thorne-Waite, R., " Bishopstone Down, Newhaven, Sussex," 5J x 9! 

(Ponsonby), ;^3i los. 
Thorne-Waite, R., " Midhurst, Sussex," si X gf (Agnew), £^9 '8s. 
Thorne-Waite, R., " .Aldborough, Suffolk," 4 X iif (Clark), ^^37 i6s. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Heidelberg, with Rainbow," 13^ x aoj, engraved by 

J. A. Prior, 1846 (Agnew), ;^4,4io. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Hastings," signed, and dated 1818, isf X 23i, 

engraved by R. Wallis, 1852, engraved by R. Miller for " Turner Gallery " 

(Agnew), ;£'i,68o. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Messieurs les Voyageurs on their Return from 

Italy (par la Diligence) in a Snowdrift upon Mount Tarrar, 22nd of 

January, 1829," 21^ X 29^ (Agnew), ;£rS46. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Orfordness," 11 X 16, engraved by R. Brandard, 

1827, for " England and Wales " (.\gnew), £j,c)i2 los. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Saltash," signed, and dated 1825, lof x 16, engraved 

by W. R. Smith, 1821, for " England and Wales" (Agnew), ;£;i,i02 :os. 
Turner, J. M. W., R..A., " Rye, Sussex," si x 9, engraved by E. Goodall, 1824, 

in " The Southern Coast " (Blaker), ;£;682 los. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Torbay, from Brixham," 6\ x gj, engraved by 

W. B. Cooke, 1821, in " The Southern Coast " (Robson), ;^7i4. 
Varley, J., 1842, " River Scene," i8i x 36 (A. Smith), ;£;22 is. 
Varley, J., 1820, " Conway Castle," Si x loi (Amor), ;^27 6s. 
Varley, J., " Near lan-y-Bylch, North Wales," 10 x 14J (Huggins), ;{;ii lis. 
Walker, F., A.R.A., " Marlow Ferry," :i| X 18, etched by R. W. Macbeth, 

R.A. (Agnew), i;2,83S. 
Walker, F., A.R..A., "The Street, Cookham," gf x 13!, etched by Birket 

Foster (Harris), ;^i,68o. 
Walker, F., A.R.A., " The Fishmonger's Shop," 14 x 22^, etched by R. W. 

Macbeth, R.A. (Agnew), j£;i,68o. 
Walker, F., A.R.A., " Out of the Rain," 4! X 6 (Cotes), £6^. 
Williamson, F., " Witley, Surrey," and " Ben A'an Aberdeenshire," a pair, 

5 X 8i (Clark), ;,{;67 4s. 
Williamson, F., " Hope's Nose, with Sheep," and " Ben Venue, with Cattle," 

a pair, sJ X 4 (Arden), £6g 6s. 
Williams, Penry, " Two Girls at a Shrine, Rome," s| x 45 (Peel), £y 7s. 
Wint, P. de, " A View on the River Dart, Devonshire," 22 x 355 (Agnew), ;667i. 
Wint, P. de, " Conningsbury Castle," 21J x 32J (Agnew), ;£^44i. 
Wint, P. de, " Greenwich Park," Si X iSj (Arden), ^89 5s. 
Wint, P. de, " A Woody Stream," 13^ x iSJ (.Agnew), ;^3S7. 
Wint, P de, " A View near a Village," iii x 18 (Arden), ;6^io5. 



June 29, 1908. 273 



June 29, 1908 (Third Day's Sale). 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

WATER COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

Allingham, H., " In the Garden," 6i x si (Vokins), £35 14s. 

Allingham, H., " On the Beach at Dover," 4i X .si (Johnson), £17 17s. 

Angell, H. Coleman, " Dead Birds," 4^ X 7I (Vokins), ^12 12s. 

Bach, Guido, 1877, " Alms Day at the Ara Coeli, Rome," 31J X 2if (Agnew), 

Bach, Guido, 18S6, "The Flower-Girl." 17^ X 12 (\okinsl, £2^ 8s. 

Bach, Guido, 1873, " A Roman Shepherd-Boy," 9 X 6J (\"okins), £:io los. 

Bach, Guido, 1881, " The Pet of the Family," 8i x 13 (Agnew), ^10 10s. 

Barton, Rose, i8q5, " Westminster," 13^ x 10 (.■Xgnew), £.2;^ zs. 

Bennett, W., 1S60, " Off Hastings," 10 X :6i (Agnew), ^ii i:s. 

Boughton, G. H., R..\., " Snow in Spring," 9I X 6| (Peel), ;^13 13s. 

Burr, J., " Christmas Eve," loj X 14I (Evans), ;^I5 :5s. 

Cattermole, G., " Vespers," 6 x :o (Smith). ^11 us. 

CoUingwood, W., 1878, " Mont Blanc from the Col de Balme," 13J X 19J 

(Agnew), £iy 17s. 
Cooke, E. Wake, 1S89, "Capri," 7 x iij (.-^gnew), £2^ 2s. 
Cooke, E. Wake, 1889, " Baveno, Lago Maggiore," 7 x ii| (Gee), £^7 i6s. 
Cooke, E. Wake, 1889, " Between Stresa and Baveno, Lago Maggiore," 7x11} 

(Gee), £^2. 
Cooke, E. Wake, 1889, " The Remains of a Pompeian Fresco," ii| x 7 

(Mullen), ;£'ii IIS. 
Cooke, E. Wake, i88g, " The Interior of St. Mark's, Venice,' iij x 7 (Gooden & 

Fox), ^£,"13 13s. 
Cooke, E. Wake, 1889, " San Remo " and " The Gateway of the Doge's Palace, 

Venice," a pair, 85X5 (.Agnew), £^7 i6s. 
Cooke, E. Wake, 1886, " The River Ure, Yorkshire," a pair. Si x 4i (Agnew), 

£29 8s. 
Cooke, E. Wake, 1889, " Morning " and " Evening," a pair, Sj x 5 (Agnew), 

;^l8 i8s. 

Dowling, R., 1883, " What can I do with it? " 2oi x 165 (Agnew), ;£^ii lis. 

Green, Towneley, 1876, " .An Interesting Novel," 6i x 8j (Nevett), £7 7s. 

Hardy, J., Jun., 1S72, " A Gillie and Dogs," 4I X 6| (.Agnew), ;^22 is. 

Landseer, Sir E., R..A., " In the Cathedral, Lifege," 10 x 6j (Lindsay), ;^13 13s. 

Lawson, J., " Young Anglers," 45 x 6f (.Agnew), ;{^ii us. 

Leitch, W. L., " Views near Helensburgh," a pair, 4I x 6i (.Agnew), ;^ii us. 

Leitch, W. L., Glen .Achray," 8i x I2i (.Agnew), _£,ii us. 

Leitch, W. L., 1858, " Llyn Dinas," 4i x 2j (Nevett), £7 7s. 

Leitch, W. L., " Balmoral," si x gi (Agnew), £1^ i^s. 

Lewis, C. J., 1866, " The Ferry." 8i x i7i (Agnew), £10 los. 

Mackenzie, F., " The Combination Room, Christ Church, Oxford," 8 x icj 

(Dunn), £13 13s. 
.Marshall, H. M., 1889, " Piccadilly," 6i x 10 (Agnew), £37 16s. 
Marshall, H. M., 1880, " Newcastle from Gateshead," 5x8 (.Mullen), ;£jio lOf. 
Miller, F., " Sunset on the Thames," loi x 7I (.Agnew), £xi us. 
Norman, Philip, 1888, " No. 10, Downing Street," 10 x 13! (.Agnew), ;£38 7$. 



274 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Parker, J., 1878, " The Maid was in the Garden hanging out the Clothes," 

i3j X 7f (Mullen), ^10 los. 
Powell, Alfred, 1879, " Ewhurst, Surrey," 17^ x 27i (Agnew), £^1 101. 
Pyne, " Rouen " and " Antwerp," a pair, 6x3} (Eyles), £^0 gs. 
Radford, E., "Flora," 11 X 8 (Lindsay), ;^ii lis. 
Read, S., 1880, " A Street in Blois," gj X 6i (Agnew^, ;^i6 i6s. 
Redgrave, R., R.A., 1877, " Friday Street, Wotton," loi x 20 (Agnew), ^^13 13s. 
Richardson, T. M., 1884, " On Lago Maggiore," 6 X 8| (Gooden & Fox), 

^32 IIS. 

Richardson, T. M., 1884, " Hills near Loch Clare from Kinlochewe, Ross-shire, ' 

6 X 8f (A. J. Gillott), £ii los. 
Richardson, T. M., 1884, " Donne Castle, Stirlingshire," 6 x 8J (Agnew), 

£3S "4S. 
Richardson, T. M., 1884, " Ben Venue, Loch Katrine, Perthshire," 6x8} 

(Agnew), £27 i6s. 
Richardson, T. M., " Holy Island Castle, Northumberland," 6i x 7I (Smith), 

^33 i2s. 
Richardson, T. M., " Warkworth Castle, River Coquet, Northumberland," 

6i X 7I (Gee), ;^39 i8s. 
Richardson, T. M., 18S4, " Bamborough Castle, Northumberland," 6i x 7J 

(Agnew), £35 14s. 
Richardson, T. M., 1884, " Norham Castle, River Tweed," 6J x 7i (Agnew), 

j£?34 13s- 
Richardson, T. M., 1884, " Hermitage Castle, Liddesdale," 6J x 7J (Agnew), 

.£■23 2s. 
Richardson, T. M., 1884, " Elibank Tower, Peebleshire," 6i X 7J (Agnew), 

p£^3S 14s. 
Sainton, C. P., 1897, " Eternal Love," isJ x 27 (Peel), ;£ii 11s. 
Savin, E., 1883, " Deep and still that gliding stream. Beautiful to thee must 

seem As the river of a dream," i6i X iii (Nevett), ;^io los. 
Tayler, F., 1862, " Mountain Goats," I4i X 2oi (Wall), ;£ii lis. 
Tayler, F., "Troopers on the March," 4I x 6f (Thompson), £it lis. 
Tayler, F., " Going to Market," 4i X 7 (Huggins), ^15 158. 
Varley, J., Exeter," 4i x 6i (Agnew), £m 14s. 
Wyld, W., " Venice," 8i x 13* (Agnew), ;{;i8 i8s. 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 

WATER COLOUR DR.\WINGS. 

Bejarano, M. C, " An Italian Peasant," 10 x 6i (Nevett), £^ 5s. 
Blommers, B. J., " The Milkmaid," i8i x 14 (.^gncw), £30^ los. 
Bonheur, Rosa, 1887, " A Pyrenean Shepherd and his Flock," 2i| x 30 (Wallis), 

£257 SS- 
Browne, Henriette, " An Eastern School," 2ii x i6f (Wallis), £yS 153. 
Chevilliard, V., " II n'y a que la foi qui sauve," lof x 7J (Tooth), £31 io». 
Fichel, E,. 1880, " Reading the Despatch," loi x 14! (Wallis), £5^ I3«. 
Gabrini, P., " Un Incroyable," 20 X 13 (Clark), ^£^56 14s. 
Johannot, A., " The Arrest," 19 x 26i (Agnew), £<) 9s. 
Lavezzari, A., " Prayer in the Desert," 9J x I4i (Huggins), £3^ i^t. 
Meissonier, J. L. E., 1873, " Off Guard," 13J x gi (Agnew), £535 los. 
Verschuur, W., 1869, " The Old Town, Mentone," a pair, 7| x 6J (Gooden x 

Fox), £56 i4»- 



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PICTURES. 
Adan, L. Emile, " Grand-Pere Boude," 27J x 41 (Agnew), ;^73 los. 
Bauernfeind, G., 1887, " A Street irj Jerusalem," 50^ x 35 (Tooth), ;£;94 10s. 
Billet, P., " A Fish-Girl of Etretat," 2ii x i6i (Cremetti), £a^. 
Browne, Henriette, " In the Harem," igj x 23 (Cotes), ;^2i. 
Chavet, V., 1862, " The Connoisseurs," gi x -,\ (Agnew), £.(>() 6s. 
Conti, Tito, " Head of a Girl, with a Blue and White Robe," 20 X 16 (Tooth), 

£11 lOS. 
Conti, Tito, " Head of a Girl, with Crimson Shawl," 20 X 16 (Agnew), £,\(> 16s. 
Corot, J. B. C, " A River Scene," 17J x 235 (Gooden & Fox), ;^3,i5o. 
Corot, J. B. C, " L'etang : a Lake Scene," 15 x 26 (Blaker), ;£^2,73o. 
Daubigny, C. F., 1S72, " On the Oise : Morning," 17 x 32 (Gooden S: Fox), 

^3'675- 
Daubigny, C. F., 1873, " On the Oise : Evening," 14I x 26 (Gooden & Fox), 

;^3.045- 
Deutsch, L., 1885, " Reading the News Outside an .Arab Shop, Cairo," 23J x 17 

(Tooth), £"126. 
Deutsch, L., 1893, " The Guard," 25 x 18 (.Agnew), £.\^~,. 
Deutsch, L., " On Guard," j6 X lOj (Agnew), ;^94 los. 
Diaz, N., " The Bathers," 17J x 25 (Wallis), ;^3,097 los. 

Diaz, N., " Woody Landscape," 10 x 135 (Boussod Valadon & Co.), £(&2 los. 
Diaz, N., 1869, "Forest Scene," 13 X iij (Wallis), £.\Tf3 los. 
Duverger, T. E., " War's Alarm ; The Roll Call," 155 x 12 (Cremetti), £.->f3 15s. 
Duverger, T. E., " The Love Token," 9I X 7 (A. Smith), £,^ 55. 
Duverger, T. E., " Children at Play," 4^ x 31 (Wallis), £,1-, 15s. 
Fichel, E., 1871, " C'est b. Vous : Check-mated," iij x 8i (Agnew), £10^. 
Frfere, Ed., " Le B6nedicit6," 2sJ x 32 (Agnew), ;^45i los. 
Frfere, Ed., 1872, " La Bataille," 24 X 31 (Permain), £2Z<3 los. 
Frire, Ed., 1872, " La Glissade," 24 x 311 (Wallis), £i?Ki. 
Frfere, Ed., 1862, " Le Dejeuner," 155 x 12^ fGooden & Fox), ;^283 los. 
Frfere, Ed., 1856, " Going to Market : Winter," i6i X I3i (Gooden & Fox), 

£-iSl los. 
Frfere, Ed., 1883, " The Knitting Lesson," 16 x 12J (Dunthorne), £2^1 los. 
Fr^re, Ed., 1868, "The Sewing Lesson," 16 x \2\ (Dunthorne), ;^24i los. 
Frire, Ed., 1880, " The Young Student," 14 x loi (Dunthorne), £220 los. 
Haanen, C. Van, 1884, " The Fortune-Teller," 22 x 30 (Mitchell), ;^3g :8s. 
Haanen, C. Van, " A Venetian Flower-Seller," 284 x 21! (W. Permain), 

;^39 >8s. 
Harlamoff, A., " Happy Moments," 21 x 30 (Clark), £i-i\ 5s. 
Harlamoff, A., " The Brigand's Daughter," 23^ x 17! (Sampson), £12 los. 
Harpignies, H., 1901, " Matinee d'.'\utomne," 25 x 3ii (Wallis), ;^i,68o. 
Heffner, K., " Solitude," 16 x 45 (.Agnew), £Tf>-] los. 
Heflner, K., 1877, " View near Lincoln," 10 x 26 (.Agnew), £(>s, 2%. 
Hefifner, K., " River Scene," 6i x iii (Agnew), £2% 5s. 
Helon, E., " Young Artists," 4J x sJ (Du Cros), £^ 7s. 
Helon, E., " .A Lady of the Sixteenth Century," sJ x 4i (.Agnew), £-i, 3s. 
Helon, E., " Head of a Lady," 23 x 17! (Wall), £^ 4s. 
Herrmann, Leo, " Un Incroyable," 7x5 (Du Cros), £-^2 iis. 
Jacque, Ch., " .A Woody Pasture," i6i x 26| (Boussod, Valadon & Co.), £^2t,. 
Jacque, Ch., " Watering the Flock," t,\\ x 25 (Gooden & Fox), £1,312 101. 
Jacquet, G., 1886, " Une Femme du Monde," 28 x 22 (Cremetti), £bi. 
Jacquet, G., " The Duet," 12^ x 9 (Wallis), ^68 ss. 

T 2 



276 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Kauffmann, Hugo, 1876, " Draughts," 7I X 9I (Lindlar), £2i9 >8s. 

Kiesel, Conrad, 1885, " Pets," 55 X 35 (Tooth), ;£;i26. 

Kiesel, Conrad, " The Model," 38^ x 25 (Dunthorne), ;^ii5 10s. 

Kiesel, Conrad, "A Spanish Lady," 28i x 21 (Tooth), .^44 2S. 

Kiesel, Conrad, " Ita'.y, the Land of Song," 28^ X 21 (Agnew), ^S^. 

Lamorini^re, F., " The Pools, near Antwerp," 8i x 14J (Gooden & Fox), 

^33 I2S. 
Lamoriniere, F., " Crepuscule dans la Bruyire," 8^ x 141 (Agnew), ;^27 6s. 
Lamorini^re, F., " A Woody Stream," gi X yi (Agnew), ^27 6s. 
L'Hermitte, L., 1889, " The Gleaners," 27 x 42^ (Boussod, Valadon & Co.), 

;,^I,3I2 lOS. 

L'Hermitte, L., 189:, " The Gleaners : Evening," 38J x 30 (Connell), ;^2,62S. 
Marcke, E. Van, " Returning from Pasture," 28 x 23 (Clark), ;£;'i,207 10s. 
Mauve, A., " Old Cottages and a Barn," 12J x 19^ (Permain), ^'42. 
Metzmacher, E., 1886, " La Fourmi n'est pas prSteuse; C'est li son moindre 

d^faut. Vous Chantiez ! J'en suis fort aise ; Et bien ! dansez maintenant," 

23 X I7i (Agnew), ;^S7 'S^- 
Metzmacher, E., 1886, " La Cigale ayant chants toute I'^t^, Se Trouva fort 

d^pourvue, Quand la bise fut venue," 23 x 175 (Spink), ;£^68 5s. 
Neubert, L., " Bavarian Landscape," 7^ x 155 (Powel), ^15 15s. 
Nono, L., 1886, " Venetian Courtship," 27 x lyi (Evans), £2$ 4s. 
O'Kelly, Aloysius, " The Game of Draughts," 10 x 14 (\'okins), ;£ri8 i8s. 
O'Kelly, Aloysius, " The Entrance to the Harem," 13J x 85 (.'\mor), ;£,"5 ss. 
O'Kelly, Aloysius, " The Orange Seller," 5^ x s* (Vokins), £2^ 4s. 
O'Kelly, Aloysius, " The Courtyard of a Caravanserai, Cairo," and " A 

Message from the Sultan," a pair, 7i X s (Eyles), ;£7i3 13s. 
O'Kelly, Aloysius, " Views on the Nile at Cairo " (Agnew), £iy 17s. 
Pilleau, H., " The Giudecca : Venice," 10 X yl (Agnew), £zo los. 
Rodeck, C, " Sunlight in the Wood," 29 x 46 (Agnew), ;£.283 los. 
Rodeck, C, " Evening," 14J x 205 (Robson), £6^. 
Rongier, Jeanne, " The Ambush," 285 x 36 (Agnew), ;£J^i99 los. 
Sadee, Ph., 1875, " The Fisherman's Wife," 18 x 23 (Wallis), £^2 12s. 
Scifoni, A., " The Tepidarium, Pompeii," 25I x 21 (Leggatt), £2^ 2S. 
Scifoni, A., " The Frigidarium," 25J x 21 (Mitchell), ;^i8 18s. 
Seiler, C, 1892, " The Etcher," 9x7^ (Blakerl, ^,'131 5s. 
Streitt, F., " The Breakdown of the Mail," isJ x 32J (.Agnew), £^^ 2S. 
Todt, Max, "The Secret Discovered," 85 x iij (Sampson), ;£,27 6s. 
Tommasi, .Adolfe, " On the Coast near Leghorn," 25 x 47 ( ), £^ 4s. 
Troyon, C, " In the Woods at Meudon, above Sevres," 28 x 405 (Cremetti), 

Troyon, C, " The Ferry," 23 x 19 (Agnew), ;^3,255. 

Vastagh, G^za, 1891, "The .Monarch of the Forest," 38^ x 31J (Permain), ;£^io5. 
Wilda, Ch., 1885, "The Fortune-Teller, Cairo," 23 x 19 (Permain), ^^44 2s. 
Wilda, Ch., 1885, " Entrance to the Mosque Aqua!aoun-e!-E!fi, Cairo," 23 x 17 

(Sampson), £^6 14s. 
Wilda, Ch., 1884, " The Pipe-Seller," 17I x 14^ (Squires), £s(> I4S- 
Wilda, Ch., 1884, " The Door-Keeper of the Harem," 17 x 8| (Agnew), £52 los. 



July 3, 1908. 277 



July 3, 1908. The property of a gentleman in Scotland. 

WATER COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

Barret, G., " Woody River Scene." 9I X 115 (Mitchell), ^3 13s. 6d. 

Barret, G., 1837, " Landscape," 8^ x 115 (Brown & Phillips), ^^,15 15s. 

Bonington, R. P., " The Pool of London," 7 X 91 (Paterson), j£r6 6s. 

Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1872, " The Long Walk, Windsor," 9J X I3i (Doig & 

Co.), £11) igs. 
Constable, " The Cornfield," 22 x ig (Whale), £.2 as. 
Cotman, J. S., 1824, " Hay Barges," 14 X 20 (Paterson), £.-, 5s. 
Cox, D., " .\ Windy Day," 11 x 18 (Agnew\ £\o los. 
Cox, D., 1847, " Young Anglers," 9 X 12^ (Agnew), ;^68 5s. 
Cox, D., " Going to Market," 9 x 125 (Permain), jQ^ 4s. 
Cox, D., " Teignmouth," 4^ X 7 (Agnew), £<) 9s. 
Holland, J., " View in Portugal." 19 X 26J (Maggs), £7,2 us. 
Hunt, W., " Good-Night," 12 x 7J (Agnew), ;^73 los. 
Hunt, W., " .A Mulatto," oval. 7j x 6 (Permain), ;£^io los. 
Melville, Arthur, .•^.R.S.A., 1881, " Interior of a Turkish Bath," 30 x 2ii 

(Doig & Co.), j£:i78 los. 
Melville, Arthur, A.R.S.A., 1885, " Kirkwall Fair," 21 x 15 (Doig & Co.), 

£^1 los. 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R..A., " Sir Isumbras at the Ford," 5i X 7 (Agnew), 

£iZi Ss- 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., " The Ransom," 8x7! (Leggatt), £2,6 155. 
Miiller, W., " k View near Bristol," 13J x 203 (Vicars), ;^22 is. 
Smythe, L. P., .'\.R..'\., " Returning from the Bleaching Field," 9I x 6f 

(Brown & Phillips), £\2 12s. 
Swan, Miss A. M., 1886, " Roses," 14I x 22 (Paterson), xJ^i2 12s. 
Wint, P. de, " Haddon Hall," 11 x 173 (Vicars), £12 12s. 
Wint, P. de, " Stacking Hay," 6^ X 10 (Agnew), £.-^\ los. 

MODERN PICTURES. 
Bonington, R. P., " The Lake of Como," 25I x 343 (Mitchell), £$ 5s. 
Bonington, R. P., " River Scene," igi x 2gi (S. T. Smith), £g gs. 
Bonington, R. P., "Coast Scene," 12J x 115 (Paterson), ;^3i los. 
Constable, J., R..A., " The Valley Farm," 50 x 40, the original sketch which 

hung for many years in the South Kensington Museum (Lane), £631. 
Constable, J., R.A., " River Scene," 20^ x 27^ (Parsons), ;£'2i. 
Constable, J., R.A., " Hampstead," 14^ x 19 (Richardson), j^'ii iis. 
Diaz, N., " \ Bunch of Flowers," 13} x 95 (Lawrie), £^2. 
Etty, W., R.A., " The Reading Model," 13 in. circle (Permain), ^"14 14s. 
Etty, W., R.A., " Pandora Crowned by the Seasons," 11 x i6 (Permain), 

;£'l0 lOS. 

Hervier, L., " A Street in a French Town," 14 x 11 (Thomas), ;£;23 2s. 

Holland, J., " May-Day at Hampton Court," 23I x igj ( ), £Sn. 

Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 1880, "Cuckoo! " 50 x 39 (Knott), £i6\. 

Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 1890, " Portrait of a Lady," 44 x 32J (Beadle), £$2$. 

Muller, W., 1835, " Tivoli," 52 x 35^ (Wyatt), £i-i los. 

Muller, W., 1836, " The Palace of the Doge, Venice," 28i x 43 (Wyatt), £^2 los. 

Muller, W., 1836, " Landscape," 14^ x 22 (Tata), ;^33 12s. 



2^8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Orchardson, Sir W. Q., R.A., " The Queen of the Sv.ords," the first sketch for 

the engraved picture, i8i X 31! (Morton), ^^714. 
Pettie, J., R.A., " The Mercenary," igi X 14^ (WallisV ;^33 '^s . 
Phillip, J., RA., 1S61. " The Gipsy's Toilet," 31 X 4oi (Lawrence), ^546. 
Ternante, A. L. de, " Arab Figures and Buildings," on panel, 13! X 10 

(Paterson), £■}, 3s. 
Thomson, Rev. J. (of Duddingston), " Urquhart Castle," 294 X 41 (Worsey), 

£5^ '2S. 
Troyon, C, " A Black Bull and a Brown Cow," 28 X 35 (Haughton), £42. 
Turner, J. M. \V,. R.A., " Bligh Sands. Sheerness," 30 X 49 (Mase), ;^i8g. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Kilgarran Castle," 23 x 28^ (Bone), £i^ 14s. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., "Coast Scene," iq X 27^ (S T. Smith), £^2. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Landscape," iqf X 35^ (Paterson), £-i2 12s. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., "The Burning of the Houses of Parliament," 

igi X 23I (Fischhof), ^157 los. 
Vincent, G., " View off the Coast," 10 X 14I (W. Permain), £ii ^s. 
Ward, J., R.A., " A Sow and Pigs." 14J X 23 (F. Howard), £S 8s. 
Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., " The Bride at her Toilet, on the Day of her Wedding," 

38i X 48 (Agnew), £1)^5. 
Wint, P. de, " Lincoln," 42 x 64 (Cobbett). ;{r23i. 
Wint, P. de, " A Harvest-Field near a Village : Lincolnshire," 19} X 39J 

(Worsey), j^ag 8s. 

EARLY ENGLISH PICTURES. 

Barker, T. (of Bath), " The Thief," 24^ X 29J (Carfax), £7 7s. 

Cotman, J. S., " Homeward Bound," 40 X 31^ (Waugh), ;£'8i9. 

Crome, J., " Gibraltar Watering Place, near Norwich," 38 x S3j (A. Smith), 

Crome, J., " The Old Bell Inn," 30 x 23 (Parsons), £7 7s. 

Crome, " Norwich Tower," 29 x 24J (Causton), £6^. 

Gainsborough, T., R.A., " Portrait of General James Wolfe," 29I x 244 

(.Agnew), ;^i,890. 
Gainsborough, T., R.A., " Watering Horses at a Trough," 50 x 40 (Eades), 

£^20. 
Gainsborough, T., R..A., " Portrait of Mrs. Dorothea Scrivener (nie Howmon)," 

28J X 23J (Sulley), ;£'2io. 
Gainsborough, T., R.A., " Still Life on a Table," 25 x 49 (S. T. Smith), 

Gainsborough, " Portrait of Mrs. John Hill {n^e Mary Halcomb), |)val, 23 x 19J 

(Hodgkins), £y8 15s. 
Hoppner, J., R..A., " Portrait of a Lady," 29^ x 24I (Rennie), ;^i68. 
Hoppner, " Portrait of Miss Penn-Symons," 2gj x 24 (Steinmeyer), ;^i68. 
Hoppner, " Portrait of a Naval Officer," 29 X 24 (Steinmeyer), ;^3g 18s. 
Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Portrait of Catherine Pakenham," 245 x 20J 

(Bates), ^252. 
Morland, G., 1792, " A Group of Peasants," 27J x 35J (Colnaghi & Co.), 

;^i,837 los. 
Morland, G., 1792, " A Farmyard," 33 x 42J (Wythes), ;£J3iS. 
Morland, G., " Louisa," oval, 15^ x 12J (Bateson), £i^~. 
Morland, G., " A Gipsy Encampment at the Edge of a Wood," tyl x 23I 

(Frost), ;^94 los. 
Morland, G., 1794, " Pigs in a Sty," lyi x 23I (Renton), ;i£;i6 i6s. 
Morland, G., " Portrait of a Lady," oval, 13J x 115 (Renton), ;^57 15s. 



July 3, 1908. 279 

Opie, J., R.A., " Portrait of a Lady," zoi X 24 (James), £36 15s. 

Paul, J., " A View on the River, near Norwich," 28 x 39 (Renton), j^i; 17s. 

Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Mackenzie of Drumtochty," 50 x 40 

(Agnew), ;£:4,72S- . „ ,. „ , 

Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Hay, wife of Captain Robert Hay ot 

Spot," 49 X 40 (Bristow), ;£'3,36o. 
Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., " Portrait of Captain Robert Hay of Spot," 94 x 58 

(Agnew), £6S2 los. 
Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Balfour," oval, 29 x 23 (Laurie), 

Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., " Portrait of Alan Grant, Esq., son of Andrew Grant, 

Esq., of Echies," 29 x 24 (Sulley), ;^2io. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Portrait of a Lady," 35 X 27 (Renton), ;£;2,ioo. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " The Laughing Girl," 29J x 244, engraved by 

W. Bond, G. S. Shury (White), ^^504. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " The Death of Dido," 4ii X 69 (Tomline), ^^57 15s. 
Romney, G., " Portrait of Mrs. Charnock, wife of John Charnock, Esq., 

married secondly Thoma's Hamilton, Esq., of Gilkerzcleugh," 49 X 39! 

(Fischhof), ;£i,995. 
Romney, " Portrait of a Gentleman," oval, 29i X 24 [A. Smith), ;^io los. 
Wilson, R., R.A., " Msecenas Villa," 48 x 66 (Tooth), ^105. 



PICTURES BY OLD MASTERS. 

Cuyp, A., " Portrait of a Lady," signed, and dated 1647, 36 X 2oi (Colnaghi & 

Co.), £g^ los. 
Cuyp, " Cattle : Evening," 2ii X 3oi (Bryde), £6^. 

Holbein School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 29 x 22 (Colnaghi & Co.), £32,t>. 
Hooghe, P. de, " The Interior of a Library," 24 X 28^ (Smith), ;^7i 8s. 
Janssens, C, " Portrait of Queen Henrietta Maria," 29^ x 24 (Cohen), ;^I99 los. 
Janssens, C, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 29^ x 22 (Buttrey), ;6iio 5^- 
Maes, N., " Portrait of a Gentleman," 48 x 37! (Tooth), £,304 los. 
Maes, N., " Portrait of a Lady," 27 x 22 (Cohen), £6^. 
Mierevelt, J. M., " Portrait of a Lady," 27^ X 21 (Cohen), £^6 4s. 
Molenaer, J. M., " The Interior of an Apartment," 18 X 25 (Sackville Gallery), 

£29 8s. 
Potter, " A Cow in 3 Shed," 22i x 28 (Collings), £2 3s. 

Rembrandt van, Rhyn, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 38 x 33, Smith's " Cata- 
logue Raisonn^," No. 376 (Marlow), ^2.100. 
Rembrandt van, Rhyn, " Portrait of a Lady," 27J x 21^ (Oddie), £yS 15s. 
Rubens, P. P., " Portrait of Helena Fourment," 27 x 22^ (Count Cavens), 

£31 lOS. 
Santvoort, D., " Portrait of a Lady," 27^ x 23 (Nathan), £i{2. 
Dyck, Sir A Van, " Portrait of Cardinal Donienico Rivarole," 395 x 3oi 

(Wyatt), ;£;Si9. 
Dyck, Sir A. Van, " Portrait of the Countess of Northumberland," 49J x 39! 

(Wyatt), j^aio. 
Velasquez, Diego, " Portrait of Queen Mariana of Austria," 28 X 21J 

(Compton), ;£,r577 los. 
Velasquez, Diego, " Peasants at a Repast," 37 x 43 (Douglas), ;£ji,o5o. 
Velasquez, Diego, " Portrait of a Lady," 29^ x 24i, Guildhall, 1901 (Agnew), 

4:1,050. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Witte, E. de, " The Interior of a Church," 21^ X 18J (Buttrey), £()^ 10s. 
Wouverman, P., " A Hunting Party," 17I X 23I (Vicars), ;^io5. 

Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS, 

Russell, J., R.A., 1879, "Portrait of Mrs. Tucker," pastel, 23^ X lyi (Colnaghi 

and Co.), ;^367 los. 
Guardi, F., " The Piazza of St. Mark's," monochrome, 14! x 25J (Parsons), 



£60 16 



PICTURES. 



Wynants, J., " The Weary Traveller," signed, and dated 1658, 15! x 14, 

Smith's " Catalogue Raisonnd Supplement," No. 12 (Colnaghi & Co.), £ii<). 
Wynants, J., " Landscape," the figures, etc.. by Adrian Van de Velde, 

13I X '34' Smith's " Catalogue Raisonn4," No. 58 (Steinmeyer), ;£'2io. 
Canaletto, "A Canal Scene, Venice," 14J x 2o\ fSteinmeyer), ;^iiS los. 
Mieris, W., " An Apothecary," 145 x 12J (E. Duveen), ;i£;2io. 
Guardi, F., " River Scene, with a Ruin, Horseman and Figures," 13I x igi 

(Steinmeyer), ;^73 los. 
Guardi, F., " River Scene, with a Spire, Boat, Horseman and Figures," 

13! X I9i (Steinmeyer), ^52 los. 
Guardi, F., " Views near Venice," a pair, 6i X 9 (Vicars), ;£.3i lOs. 
Both, J., " Mountainous Landscape," 31J X 43J (C. Davis), £^0 8s. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Portrait of the Countess of Waldegrave," a sketch, 

24 X iq\ (Vicars), £t,6 155. 
Greuze, J. B., " Head of a Girl," 15 x 12-i (Horner), £21. 
Ruysdael, S., " River .Scene," 40 x 51 (Fischhof), ;^.S04. 
Hals, F., " Portrait of a Man," unframed, 30 x 24 (Lane), ;£^I52 SS. 
Ruysdael, J., " Woody Landscape," 28 X 41J (Waller), ;^ii us. 
Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Portrait of the First Earl of Durham," 29 x 34! 

(Jesmond), £^'j 55. 
Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Portrait of the Duchess of Gloucester," 55 x 43 

(A.' Smith), ;^2i. 
Keyser, T. De, " Portrait of a Lady " and " Portrait of a Gentleman," a pair, 

43 X 33 (Mori), £2'j^ ijs. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Portrait of a Boy," 29J x 24! (Vicars), £^|6^ ids. 
Ravesteyn, J. Van, " Portrait of a Lady," 47 x 34 (Willis), ;£iiS los. 
Romney, G., " Portrait of William Cowper, Poet," 29^ x 24J (Barrow), 

£12 I2S. 

Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Portrait of Miss Storr of Blackhealh," 28J X 24! 

(Rutley), ^210. 
Romney, G., " Portrait of Miss Maria Copley, eldest Daughter of Sir Jamec 

Copley," oval, 29 x 24 (Woolsey), ^210. 
Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Portrait of Miss Moysey, Daughter of Abel Moysey, 

Esq.," 45 X 34i (Tooth), ^924. 

ITALIAN SCHOOL. 
" A Triptych, with the Madonna and Child with Saints in the centre " (Owen), 

£2$ 4S. 
Neer, A. Van der, " River Scene," 37 x S3J (Sulley), ;^399. 



July 3, 1908. 281 



EARLY FLEMISH SCHOOL. 

" A Triptych, with the Crucifixion in the centre " (Eyles), ;£'i47. 
Hobbema, " Woody Landscape," 12 X 19 (Hutton), ;i^i2 12S. 

The following picture was sold b\' order of executors. 

Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., " Portrait of a Young Boy," 29 x 24^, from the 

Artist's Sale, 1877 (Sulley), ;£^630. 

The following picture was sold by order of the trustees of 
the marriage contract of Mr. David Keddie and Miss Janet 
Adams (afterwards Mrs. Keddie). 

Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Adams of Edinburgh," 30 X 25 

(Shepherd), ;^2io. 

The following were sold by order of the executrix of 
C. R. Aston, Esq., deceased, late of 37, Norham Road, 
Oxford. 

An Album, containing twelve Studies of Ladies' Portraits, and four other 
Sketches, by Sir Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A., in pencil and chalk; also 
twelve Lithographs of members of the artist's family (Renton), /^^2 los. 

PICTURE. 

Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.-A., " Portrait of the Artist at the age of Eighteen," 
oval, 23 X :9i (Nicholson), ;^99 15s. 

The Property of a Lady. 

Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., " Portrait of Colonel Robert Macdonald," jo X 40 
(Fischhof), £3<)g. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

Janssens, C, " Portrait of Frances, Duchess of Richmond and Lennox," 

81J X soj (Blake), ;^2io. 
Janssens, C, " Portrait of George Villiers, First Duke of Buckingham," 

78 X 39i (Blake), £^6 4s. 



282 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



July 6, 1908. Etchings and engravings. 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 

In the Folio. 

" Amiens on the Somme " and " In the Aisles, Amiens Cathedral," etchings 

by A. H. Haig (Young), ;^s ss. 
" Notre Dame, Paris," by the same (Young), £5 5s. 

" Venice : the Chapels of San Marco," a set of four, by the same (Young), £^ 4s. 
" Madame Helleu and Child," etching by Helleu " (Drake), £^ 3s. 
" White Horse Close, Edinburgh," and " The Unicorn, Stirling," etchings by 

D. Y. Cameron " (Connell), ;^8 i8s. fid. 
" Venice from the Lido," by the same (Connell), £1^ 155. 
" The London Set," a series of twelve etchings, in a folio, by the same 

(Connell), ;,^6s 2s. 

ETCHINGS BY SIR F. SEYMOUR HADEN. 

" Battersea Reach," second state (D. 45), and " Out of My Study Window " 

(D. 16) (Parsons), £7 7s. 
" Evening " (D. 68^ and " Horsley's Cottages " (D. 90) (Wood), ^"8 18s. 
" Railway Encroachment " (D. 65) and " Little Calais Pier " (D. 87) (Wood), 

£5 5s- 
" Kilgaren Castle " (D. 58), and " Kidwelly Town " (D. 22) (Wood), £3 13s. fid. 
" The Three Sisters " (D, 116) and " Shere Mill Pond," the small plate (D. 34) 

(Burt), £S 8s. 
" Dusty Millers," trial proof (D. 165), and " Mounts Bay " (D. 114) (Crossley), 

£6 6s. 
" Egham," second state (D. 14) (Colnaghi), £^ 15s. fid. 
" Thomas Haden, of Derby " (D. 51), (Crossley), £<i 4s. 
" Kensington Gardens," the large plate (D. 26) (Kennedy), £6 6s. 
" The Breaking up of the Agamemnon," first state (D. 128) (Colnaghi), 

£19 >9S- 
" Early Morning, Richmond," first state (D. 21) (Gutekunst), £q 19s. 6d. 
" Egham Lock," second state (D. 15) (Goode), ;^4 4s. 
" On the Test," trial proof (D. 19) (Colnaghi), ,^15 15s. 
" A Lancashire River " (Goode), £6 ifis. fid. 
" Greenwich," first state (D. 184) (Moscrop), ;^ii iis. 
" Fulham," second state (D. 18) (Young), £2 2s. 
" A Sunset in Ireland," second state (D. 44) (Colnaghi), ;£,'22 is. 

The property of Humphrey Roberts, Esq., deceased, late 
of 8, Queen's Gate Place, S.W. 

" The Plough," after F. Walker, by Macbeth, artist's proof (Amor), ^£^5 5s. 

" The Elixir of Love," after Pinwell, by the same, artist's proof (Roberts), 

£2 I2S. fid. 
" The Harvest Moon," after Mason, by the same, artist's proof (Gooden & Fox), 

" Gipsies," after F. Walker, by C. Waltner, artist's proof (Amor), £2 12s. 6d. 

" Sibylla Cumaea," after Burne-Jones, by the same, artist's proof, " Stella," 

after Sir J. Millais, by T. L. Atkinson, artist's proof (Roberts), £2 2s. 



July 6, 1908. 283 

" Sympathy," after Briton Riviere, by Stacpoole, artist's proof (Gooden & Fox), 
" Imprisoned," after the same, by S. Cousins, R.A., artist's proof (Roberts), 

;^I IS. 

The following were the property of George Francis Watts, 
Esq., of Manchester : — 

" Hadleigh Castle," after Constable, by D. Lucas (Agnew), ;£.'29 8s . 
" The Agamemnon," etching by Sir F. Seymour Haden (Bird), £$ ss. 
" Harmony," after F. Dicksee, R.A., by C. \^'altner, engraver's proof (Young), 

£^ 3s- 

By S. COUSINS, R.A. 
" Muscipula," after Sir J. Reynolds, engraver's proof (Young), £.2 2s. 
" Lavina Countess Spencer," after Sir J. Reynolds, engraver's proof (Young), 

£Z 3S- 
" The Strawberry Girl," after the same, artist's proof (Young) jQi'^ 13s. 
" Simplicity," after the same, artist's proof (Vicars), ;^I3 2S. 6d. 
" Lady Anne Fitzpatrick," after the same, artist's proof (Baerlein), ;£^ii iis. 
" Rosa Bonheur," engraver's proof, signed by the painter (Young), j£.<^ 19s. 6d. 
" Lady Ravensworth and Child," proof before any letters (Ackermann), ;£Ji8 iSs. 
" Miss Peel," after Sir T. Lawrence, engraver's proof (Vicars), £^^ 2s. 
" Master Lambton," after Sir T. Lawrence, engraver's proof (Burt), £^i 6s. 
" Mrs. Wolff," after the same, first published state (Young), ;^io los. 
" Countess Cower and Daughter," after Sir T. Lawrence, engraver's proof 

(Mertlen), ;^i8 i8s. 

After J. M. W. TURNER, R.A. 
" Pas de Calais," by T. Lupton, engraver's proof, from Turner's Sale (.^gnew), 

/^lO lOS. 

" Crossing the Brook," by R. Brandard, first published state (Wood), £c^ 5s. 

" Temple of Jupiter," by J. Pye, engraver's proof (Wood), £2 3S. 

" Heidelberg," by T. \. Prior, engraver's proof, from Turner's Sale (Agnew), 

;£'l2 I2S. 

" Caligula's Bridge," by E. Goodall, engraver's proof (Gooden & Fox), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 
" Ancient Italy," by J. T. Willmore, first published state (Baerlein), £& 8s. 

After SIR E. LANDSEER. 
"The Monarch of the Glen," by J. B. Pratt, remarque proof (Pritchard) 

£S ISS. 6d. "^ '' 

" Islay, Macaw and Love Birds," by C. G. Lewis, engraver's proof (Young), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 
"The Shoeing," by C. G. Lewis (Young), £^ 15s. 6d. 
" Connoisseurs," by S. Cousins, R.A., artist's proof (Young), ;^3 3s. 
" Beauty's Bath," by S. Cousins, R.A., engraver's proof, signed by the painter 

(Young), ;£;ii IIS. 
" The Abercorn Children," by S. Cousins, R.A., proof before letters (Agnew) 

;£Jl0 lOS. " 

" The Sutherland Children," by S. Cousins, R.A., proof before letters (Vicars) 
£^ 14s. fid. " 

"A Midsummer Night's Dream," by S. Cousins, R.A., engraver's proof 
(Causton), £s 5s. ^ *^ 



284 ART PRICES CURRENT, 



• Odin," by T. Landseer, engraver's proof (Vicars), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 

' Dignity and Impudence," by T. Landseer, first published state (Vicars), 

' Laying Down the Law," by T. Landseer, first published state (Vicars), 

;^2 I2S. 6d. 
' Night " and " Morning," by T. Landseer, artist's proofs (Gooden & Fox), 

£14 14s. 
' The Challenge," by J. Burnet, and " The Sanctuary," by C. G. Lewis, 

proof before letters (Bishop), jC'^o ios. 

THE PROPERTY OF A LADY. 

' Coupe de I'Etrier," after Meissonier, by A. Mignon, remarque proof (Hunt), 

;£^4 4S- 
' Posthorses," after Meissonier, by L. Monzies, remarque proof signed by the 

painter (Tooth), £8 8s. 
' Skirmishers," after Detaille, by A. Jacquet, remarque proof (Tooth), 

£3 '3S- 6d. 
' Among the Hills," after P. Grahain, R.A., by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof 

(Gooden & Fox), £^ 4s. 
' Moorland Quietude," after and by the same, artist's proof (Vicars), ;^5 55. 
' Crossing the Stream," after and by the same, artist's proof (Gooden Si Fox), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 
' Pheasant Shooting " and " Rabbit Shooting," after Douglas Adams, artist's 

proofs, and another (Agnew), ^4 14s. 6d. 
' The Cover Hack," after Sir E. Landseer, by C. G. Lewis, artist's proof 

(Vicars), £:i 3s. 
' There's Life in the Old Dog Yet," alter Sir E. Landseer, by Ryall, first state 

(Young), ;^s SS- 
' The Deer Pass," after ditto, by T. Landseer, artist's proof (Vicars), £^ 3s. 
' Night " and " Morning," after ditto, by T. Landseer, artist's proofs (Agnew), 

;^I4 14s. 
' Geneva," after ditto, by ditto, first state (Young), ;^i ns. 6d. 
' A Dialogue at Waterloo," after ditto, by T. L. Atkinson, first state, signed 

by the painter (Colnaghi), £^ 4s. 

OTHER PROPERTIES. 

Unframed. 

" Eclipse," after F. Paton, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof, and " The Honey- 
moon," after Sir E. Landseer, by ditto, lettered proof (Smith), los. 6d. 

" Lady Castlereagh," after Sir T. Lawrence, by H .T. Greenhead, artist's proof 
(Vicars), j£5^ii lis. 

" Miranda," whole length, after J. Hoppner, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof 
(Colnaghi), £14 14s. 

" Mrs. Bankes," after G. Romney, by ditto, artist's proof (Agnew), £y 7s. 

" Olivia," after P. H. Calderon, by G. Dale, " Isabel," after Sir H. Raeburn, 
by T. Appleton, " Alma," after R. Gibb, and an etching, by L. Bethell 
(Grundy & Robinson), £1 us. 6d. 

Framed. 
" Le Voyageur," after J. L. E. Meissonier, by A. Boulard, remarque proof 
(Tooth), £7 ys. 



July 6, 1908. 285 

" The Return from Moscow," after the same, by J. Jacquet, artist's proof 

(Leggatt), ;^5 5s. 
" Le Guide," after the same, by A. Jacquet, remarque proof (Tooth), £g 19s. 6d. 
" 1806," after Meissonier, by J. Jacquet, remarque proof (Lee), ^'37 i6s. 
" Generals in the Snow," after Meissonier, by E. Boilvin, remarque proof 

(Lee), £2^ 3s. 
" Staff Officer Reconnoitring," after the same, by C. Courtry, remarque prod 

(Deighton), £i) 19s. 6d. 
" Le Voyageur," after the same, by A. Boulard, remarque proof (Lee), ;£^i8 18s. 
" Le Dragon," after the same, by A. Boulard, remarque proof (Dighton), 

;^I0 los. 

" Napoleon," 1814, after the same, by A. Mignon, remarque proof (Tooth), 

£-15 15s- 
" Partie Perdue," after the same, by F. Bracquemond, remarque proof (Agnew), 

" Les Renseignements," after the same, by A. Jacquet, remarque proof 

(Agnew), £^,^ i6s. 
" The Interior of Toledo," by A. H. Haig (Kennedy), £i() 19s. 
" Returning from the Fair, Pampeluna," by A. H. Haig (Huggins), ;£^io los. 
"The Cathedral of Chartres," by A. H. Haig (Nugent), ^ii iis. 
" The Morning Post," by R. W. Macbeth, artist's proof, and two other etchings, 

by the same (Ernest), £2 as. 
" The Windmill " and another, by D. Law, remarque proofs (Young), £2 2S. 
" Marie Louise de Tassis," after Van Dyck, by Laguillermie, artist's proof 

(Leggatt), ^8 i8s. 6d. 
" The Morning Walk," after Gainsborough, by A. Mathey, artist's proof 

(Baerlein), ^5 5s. 
" Portrait of Rembrandt," after himself, by C. Waltner, artist's proof (Young), 

£1 lOS. 
" Portrait of a Gentleman," after ditto, by ditto, proof (Young), £-i. 
" Grief," after Greuze, by J. D. Miller, artist's proof (Bell), £2 12s. 6d. 
" Dedham Vale," after Constable, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof (Young), 

^"3 13s. 6d. 
" Lady Charlotte Greville," after Hoppner, by N. Hirst, artist's proof (Young), 

£'\ 4s- 
" Lady Hamilton," after Romney, by T. G. Appleton, artist's proof (Grundy & 

Robinson), ;^i6 16s. 
The same, as " Supplication," after and by the same, artist's proof (Joyner), 

£i IS. 
" Mrs. Pitt," after Romney, by W. Henderson, artist's proof (Joyner), £1 is. 
" Squire Hallett and Wife," after Gainsborough, by T. G. Appleton, artist'* 

proof (Joyner), ^i us. 6d. 
" Mrs. Robinson as ' Perdita,' " after Gainsborough, by G. Robinson, artist's 

proof (Grundy), £1 iis. 6d. 
" Lady Grey and Children," after Lawrence, by .Appleton, artist's proof 

(Novelle), ^'3 3s 
" The Gower Family," after Romney, by the same, artist's proof (Agnew), 

£16 i6s. 
" Lady Leitrim and Child," after Lawrence, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof 

(Vicars), £-j -s. 
" Lady Waldegrave," after Hoppner, by the same, artist's proof (Colnaghi), 

£^ 4S- 
"The Dairy Maid." after Landseer." by H. T. Ryall. artist's proof (Young) 

£2 Ss. 



286 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

" The Approach to Venice," after Turner, by R. Wallis, engraver's proof 

(Gifford), £ii iis. 
" Miss Bingham " and " Countess Spencer," after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. 

Cousins, R.A., proofs (Young), ;£'22 is. 
" The Oyster Woman " and " The Pretty Ballad Singer," after H. Morland, by 

Dawe (Colnaghi), ;£^ 4s. 
" Miss Berridge," after Berridge, by J. R. Smith (Young), ;£2 155. 
" Lady Camden," after Sir J. Reynolds, by H. Greenhead, artist's proof 

(Smith), £2 5s. 
" Lady Payne Gallwey and Child," after ditto, by G. Zobel, artist's proof 

(Vicars), £2 2s 
" Geneva," after Sir E. Landseer, by T. Landseer, artist's proof (Smith), 15s. 
" Where Nought is Heard " and " Washed by the Restless Waves," after 

P. Graham, R.A., artist's proofs (East), £<) gs. 
" Mrs. Cholmley," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Watson, proof before any letters 

(Bird), £2 2S. 
" Yarmouth," after Constable, by D. Lucas (Young), £1 14s. 
" The Lock " and " The Cornfield," after Constable, drawings by David Lucas 

(Paul), ;£'l2 I2S. 

" Christ Leaving the Pretorium," after G. Dor6, artist's proof (Smith), iss. 

" Saved," after Sir E. Landseer, by S. Cousins, R..A., artist's proof (Young), 

£2 2S. 
" A Piper and a Pair of Nutcrackers," after ditto, by ditto, proof (Agnew), 
£7 7s- 



July lo, 1908. 287 



July 10, 1908. The following were sold by order of the 
executors of Robert Fraser, Esq., deceased, late of Green 
Bank, Chester, and Pentrebychan, Wrexham : — 

DRAWING. 
L'Hermitte, L., 1902, " Les Dunes aux Toils Rouges," pastel, 13$ X 17J 
(Leggatt), ^115 los. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

" Swiss River Scene," 26J X 41 (Whale), /^i is. 

" Landscape," 17I x 233 (Vicars), jQ-] 7s. 

Bright, H., " .'Vrran," 23 X 425 (Shepherd), ;^^28 7s. 

Caille, L., " The Spinning-Wheel " and " Preparing the Meal," a pair, 6x4 

(Muller), £\(i i6s. 
Cazin, J. C, " Tobit and the Angel," 12J x 16 (Wallis), £,\\^ 105. 
Cazin, J. C, "A Road near a Village," I2j x gi (Agnew), £i\ i8s. 
Cazin, J. C, " The Bank of a River," 12 x 9 (Agnew), ;£.84 
Cazin, M., " Gathering Flowers," 155 x 24 (Carter), ;£,52 los. 
Cazin, M., " Evening," a landscape, \i\ X 155 (Agnew), ;^42. 
Chevalier, L., " The Angler," 10 x isJ (Leger), £i, 4s. 
Chevalier, L., " Washerwomen," 10 X 155 (Leger), £,i 2s. 
Cole, Vicat, R.A., 1855, " Landscape," 125 x iSJ (Lister), ;£,"5 5s. 
Constable, J., R.A., " Woody Landscape," 6i x 8 (Carter), £i-] 6s. 
Constable, J., R.A., " Landscape," 5^ x 8| (Leger), £a, 4s. 
Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1901, " Rough Weather Working up," a group of sheep 

on a bank, 395 x 595 (Sampson), £,'^<) 18s. 
Corot, J. B. C, " Woody River Scene," 21J x 175 (Thrift), ^399. 
Creswick, T., R..^., " Woody River Scene," 12^ x 18^ (Mullen), £^ 4s. 
Crofts, E., R.A., 1883, " The Return from Waterloo," 19 x 3oi (Sampson), 

£,(iQ 18s. 
Diaz, N., " A Glade in a Forest," 12^ x isi (Sampson), ^325 los. 
Durkser, D., " Landscape," 15 x 22 (Collings), £-i 2s. 
Eiserman, R., " A Lady of the i6th Century," 45J x 27 (Scott), £i^ 17s. 
Ewbank, J., R.S.A., " Kilchurn Castle," 22i x 32i (Sampson), ^'5 15s. 6d. 
Farasyn, E., "The Broken Mug," 49^ x 28^ (Hallyn), £17 17s. 
Fraser, A., " The Style," 9J x 12 (Sampson), ;^22 is. 

Haas, J. H. L., De, " Three Cows in a Meadow," 23i x i7i (Wallis), ;£r33 12s. 
Haas, J. H. L., De, "Two Cows in a Pasture," 234 X 17J (Wallis), ;^29 8s. 
Haas, J. H. L., De, and Heymans, A. J., " Cattle near a Farm," 32 x 57 

(Leger), £i,2. 
Hardy, F. D., 1888, " The Milkman " and " Tales from Abroad," a pair, 

Sf X 7I (Richardson), £21. 
Havell, W., "The Goatherd," 25! x 35i (Sherriflf), £\\ iis. 
HefFner, H., " Studies near Home," nine in one frame (Mitchell), ^£^14 3s. 6d. 
Jacque, Ch., " Landscape," 31^ x 25^ (Lane), ;£i,i02 los. 
Koekkoek, H., 1849, " The Mouth of a River," 12 X 15 (Mitchell), £i, 4s. 
Levis, M., " Vue G^nerale du Petit .Andelay," 6J X gi (Sampson), £2\ 
Macwhirter, J., R.A., 1877, " Over the Border," 37J x 68 (Heape), ^^89 ss. 
Millar, J. H. C, " The Manacles, Coast of Devon," 31J x ^,^\ (Mitchell), 

£\-i 2s. 6d. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Millar, J. H. C, " Kynance Cove, Cornwall," 311 x 475 (Turner), ;£^22 is. 

Miiller, W., " Heidelberg," 34 x 51 (Sampson), £,^1 los. 

Munger, G., i88i, "A Flood, Hurley," 30 x 44 (Mitchell), £5 ss- 

Munger, G., " Plains of Chailly, near Barbizon," 23 x 31 (Sampson), ^£^23 2S. 

Munger, G., " Views on the Oise at Anvers," a pair, 8i x i4i (Sampson), ;£^2i. 

Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., 1854, " Turf-leaders, Clonave, Co. Westmeath," 25! x 60 

(Wallis), £72 i°s. 
Niemann, E. J., 1866, " Duck-shooting," igj x 30 (Paris), £6 i6s. 6d. 
North, J. W., A.R.A., 1884, " Over Hedges and Ditches," 2SJ x 38^ (Heape), 

Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., 1873, A Mountain Stream, Glen Derry, Aberdeenshire," 

46 X 64 (Heape), ^^23 2S. 
Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., " A Morning on Cartmel Sands," 345 x 49i (Mitchell), 

£2^ 8s. 
Parker, H. P., " Settling for the Cargo," 235 x 19 (Wall), £52 los. 
Peel, J., " Showers in the Llugwy Valley," 175 x 30 (Mitchell), £y 7s. 
Pott, L. J., 1896, " Waiting for the Answer," 42 x 335 (Sampson), ;^"56 14s. 
Pyne, J.B., 1846, " Vale of Somerset," 225 x 34 (Roe), ;£,'25 4s. 
Pyne, J. B., 1868, " View on the Rhine," 23^ x 32^ (Rodd), ;^42. 
Roberts, D., R.A., 1863, " The Interior of Milan Cathedral," 50J x 4ijf 

(Heape), ;£iio 5s. 
Ruffo, M., " La Fille du Maitre de Chapelle," 65^ x 40J (Paris), ^8 8s. 
Shayer, W., sen., " Fisherfolk on a Quay," 24 X 29 (Sampson), ;^48 6s. 
Shayer, W., sen., " Gossips," 29 x 39 (Cassell), £2^ 8s. 
Stevens, J. D., " A Dutch Interior," 315 x 39J (Sampson), j^iy 17s. 
Tonge, R., 1851, " The Severn," iij x 17J (Paris), £,2 12 6d. 
Turner, " River Scene," 11 x 15 (Agnew), ;^5 5s. 
Veyrassat, J., " Returning from Work," 6 x gi (Sampson), £.2^ 8s. 
Vickers, A., " A Road through the Woods," isi x 23^ (Richardson), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 
Vickers, A., 1850, " Near Nant-Francon, North Wales," 9J x I4i (Carter), 

Waterhouse, J. W., R.A., " Feeding the Pigeons," a6J x 20 (Heape), ;^48 6s. 

OLD PICTURES. 

Canaletto, " The Mouth of the Grand Canal, Venice," 27! x 40 (Schroeder), 

^50 8s. 
Claude, "A Seaport, with Figures," 16J x 23J (Smith), ;^i7 17s. 
Crome, " Landscape," 29 x 24J (D. Johnson), /,'6 6s. 
Goyen, Van, " River Scene," 131 x 18 (Cohen), £2 12s. 6d. 
Ibbetson, J. C, 17S8, " Rydal Water," 33^ x 45 (Humphries), £^2. 
Morland, G., " The Gentle Art," 11 x 95 (Wall), ;£,'54 12s. 
Poelenburgh, C, " Nymphs and Cupids on the Shore," 10 x 131 (Sampson), 

Ruysch, R., " Flowers in a Glass Vase," 22 x i6i (Glen), £8 8s. 

Ruysdael, "River Scene," iij x 19^ (Whale), £1 iis. 6d. 

Stark, " Woody Landscape," 8 x 10 (CoUings), £2 2s. 

Storck, A., " Shipping and Men-of-War ofit Antwerp," igj x 24! (Smith), 

^£^36 iss. 
Teniers, " The Rent Day," 38 x 46 (Smith), j£,'i6 i6s. 
Towne, C, " A View over a Valley," 57 x 58 (Cohen), ^15 15s. 
Velde, Van de, " Shipping in a Calm," ati x 29J (Miss Gardner), £2 121. (5d 
Vernet, "Coast Scene," 13} x i64 (StreletskieJ, £4 4s. 



July lo, igo8. 289 

DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 

DRAWINGS. 

Nettleship, J. T., 1892, " A Tiger Awaking," pastel, 13I x 22^ (Whale), 

£j IIS. 6d. 
Wetherbee, G. F., 1883, " Reflections," 29 x 18J (Mitchell), £S i8s. 6d. 
Foster, Birket, " Rustic Anglers," 12 x 18 (Tooth), £igg los. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., 1890, " The Birth of a Titan," SJ x 14J (Selfe & Co.), 

£23 2S. 
Johnson, E. K., "A Sun-flower," 27I x 18J (Mitchell), £2 2s. 
Richardson, T. M., 1880, " Twilight : Foot of Loch Katrine," 25 x 39^ (Mitchell), 

£S^- 

Richardson, T. M., 1886, " Kilchurn Castle," 6 X 8| (Coulson), £.S i8s. 6d. 
Walton, Elijah, " Ullswater," 21 X 29 (Vicars), £2 12s. 6d. 
Landseer, Sir E., R..'^., " Port Patrick," 6 X 93 ^Leggatt), £4 14s. 6d. 
Cox, D., " Coast Scene," 5i x 8J (I.eggatt), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Fielding, C, 1828, " Shipping of? the Coast," 8^ X izj (Roe), £37 i6s. 
Bonington, R. P., " Fisherfolk on the Sea-shore," 8 x I3i (Vicars), ;^I20 155. 
Austin, S., " A Dutch Town on a Canal," 9! x 12^ (Muller), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Finch, F. O., "A Woody Landscape"; and "Felled Timber," by Captain 
Luytens, oil (Whale), £1 is. 

PICTURES. 
Landseer, Sir E., R.A., " A Fox and Rabbit," 13J X lo (Baird-Carter), ;^i9 19s. 
Landseer, Sir E., R.A., 1837, " A Macaw," i6 x loj (Paris), 773 13s. 6d. 
Faed, T., R.A., 1875, " Queen of the Kirn," 14 x 10 (Mitchell), £s Ss. 
Johnson, C. E., 1872, " Herring Fishers," 27 x 40 (Lister), £^ 5s. 
Hardy, F. D., 1872 " Making Things Cosy," 253 X 20 (Sherrifl), £6 6s. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., 1874, " The Goodwin Sands," 23]- x 71 (Scanlan), ;£'iio 5s. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., 1876, " Blessing the Sea," 29 x 495 (Orrock), £2^ i°s- 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " Somerset House," 17J x 32 (Houle), £$8 i6s. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " Unloading on the Medway," 175 x 32 (Mitchell), 

£26 ss. 
Wyllie, W. L., R..A., 1887, "The Naval Review," 11^ x 315 (Agnew), £2^ iis. 
Schelfhout, A., " Frozen River Scene," 141 X 21J (Huggins), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Mauve, A., " A Pasture," with three cows, etc., iif x igj (Obach), ^£^89 ss. 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " The Sea is His and He made it," 29 x 71 (Cox), 

■ ;£:so 8s. 
Herring, J. F., sen., 1857, " A Farmyard," 355 x 51 J (Reece), £27 i6s. 
Hunter, Colin, A.R.A., 1873, " On the Gareloch," 14^ x 293 (Brown), ;£i8 18s. 
Tito, E., 1883, " The Fish Market, Venice," 393 x 29 (Grant), ^■^i los. 
Harlamoff, A., " Playmates," 15 x 22 (Permain), £27 6s. 
Boutibonne, E., i86g, " Filial Confessions," 21 x 18 (Wallis), ;^8 8s. 
Schlesinger, H., ' Peine Perdue," 36 x 28 (Heape), ;^io los. 
McCulloch, H., R.S.A., " A Border Tower," 39 x SgJ (Connell), £2g i8s. 
Woutermaertens, E., " The Flock," loi x 16 (Sampson), £5 5s. 
Herring, J. F., sen., 1856, " Crossing the Ford," 47^ x 654 (Fraser), £6^. 
Anderson, C. G., " Portrait of a Lady," 87 x 43 (Nash), ;^4 14s. 6d. 
Macwhirter, J., R.A., 1871, " Into the depths of the Forest," 47 x 74 (Bryan), 

£S2 IDS. 

Davis, H. W. B., R.A., 1861, "The English Clififs," 23 x 42 (Leggatt), £53 iis. 



290 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Stannard, J., 1842, " Coast Scene," 26I X 38^ (Collings), £,6 6s. 

Lee, F. R., R.A., 1847, " Windsor Castle," igj x 29! (Lister), ^£^13 13s. 

Pyne, J. B., " A Road Scene," 19 X 29 (Paris), ^9 19s. 6d. 

Cole, Vicat, R.A., " Noon in the Cornfield," 15I x 23!; (Gold), ;^s8 i6s. 

Herring, J. F., sen., 1848, " Horses, Pigs, and Pigeons," 31^, circle (Carter), 

£S2 lOS. 

Williams, Haynes, 1880, " A Spanish Matador," 29 x 17 (Tooth), £\6 i6s. 
Stone, Marcus, R.A., 1900, " The Soldier's Return," 39^ x 60 (Sampion), 
j£;i99 10s. 

The following were from the collection of William Imrie, 
Esq., deceased, late of Holmstead, Moseley Hill, Liver- 
pool :— 

PICTURES. 
Burne-Jones, Sir E., 1882, " The Tree of Forgiveness," 75 x 42 (White), 

;^6og. 
Dicksee, T. F., 1873, " Ophelia," 55! x 40 (Heape), £-,° 8s. 
Strudwick, J. M., " The Wise and the Foolish Virgins," 28 X 60 (Agnew), j^iSg. 
Strudwick, J. M., " Saint Cecilia," 38 x 35 (Permain), ;i£i3i 58. 

The following were sold by order of the administrator of 
C. E. Spurling, Esq., deceased, late of 4, Palace Road, 
Surbiton, and of Gray's Inn, W.C. : — 

DRAWINGS. 

Bach, Guido, 1870, " The Grape-seller," 20J x 15 (Cassell), ;^IJ iis. 
Goodman, Maude, 1885, " The Crimson Cloak," 93 x 7 (Agnew), ^n 14s. 
Langley, Walter, " Time Moveth Not, our Being 'tis that Moves," 35J x 21 

(Smith), ;^48 6s. 
Langley, Walter, 1S83, " The Gathering Storm," 30J x 17J (Smith), £^o 19s. 
Lundgren, E., " The Arab Girl," 15 x iif (Tooth), ;^"i2 12s. 
Palmer, Sutton, " The Junction of the Wye and the Severn," 195 x 30 (Tata), 

£t,2 los. 
Palmer, Sutton, " Looking down the Wye from Simon's Yat," 16 X 25 (Smith), 

^£^29 8s. 
Palmer, Sutton, 1883, "Looking down the Wye," 131 X 195 (Mitchell), iCi'i 13s. 
Pilsbury, Wilmot, 1884, " A Grey Day in Early Spring," lOj x i6j (Agnew), 

£^y i/S- 
Radford, E., " Hero and Leander," 13; x iij (Leggatt), ;£ji2 is. 6d. 
Radford, E., 1882, " Sympathy," 13^ X SJ (Hall), £1% iSs. 
Radford, E., " At the Bath," 12J x 73 (Hali), £\o los. 
Roussoff, A. N., 1883, " Poverty and Riches," 505 x 30 (Leggatt), ;^5o 8s. 
Taylor, Norman, " Eavesdropping," iSJ X 275 (Thrift), ;£26 5s. 
Watson, T. J., " Springtime," 19J x 29^ (Stevenson), £ii^ 14E. 

PICTURES. 
Blaas, E., De, 1884, "Vexation," 39 x 23 (Tooth), £iS7 los. 
Conti, Tito, " The Japanese Fan," 20 x 16 (Sampson), £<) 9s. 
Conti, Tito, " Important News," 12 x 8 (Sampson), £\^ 14s. 
Cooke, E. W., R.A., " The Dogana, Venice," 8i x lyi (Gooden & Fox), ;^33 i2». 



July lo, 1908. 291 

Fildes, Sir Luke, R.A., 1882, " Devotion," 29! x iqi (Harris), ;t22o los. 
Goodall, F., R.A., 1859, " An Arab Street Scene," 14^ X igj (Sampson), 

;^ii OS. 6d. 
Haas, J. H. L., De, 1881, " Cattle in a Pasture," 27 X 3Si (Carter), ;^73 los. 
Heyligers, A. F., 1867, " A Dutch Interior," 23^ x 18 (Connell), £$7 'SS- 
Hillingford, R., " The Soldier's Sermon," gi X 7i (Ratan), £6 6s. 
Leader, B. W., R.A., 1884, " Kempsey Common, Worcestershire," i3i X igi 

(Lister), ;£r6o i8s. 
Leader, B. W., R.A., 1S70, " A Worcestershire Cottage," 8| x iij (Wall). 

;^48 6s. 
Lehmann, R., 1S62, " Roman Beggars," 38, circle, (Mitchell), ;^i3 13s. 
Mulready, A.. E., 1881, "Contented," 14J x loj (Stevenson), £g os. 
Ward, E. M., R.A., " The Last Sleep of Argyll," igi x 23i {Gooden & Fox), 

£73 los. 
Guido, " Cleopatra," loj x 8J (Heape), £4 14s. 6d. 
Ulft, J. Van, " A View in Rome," 10 X 14 (Vicars), ;^2S 4s. 

The following were sold owing to the death of Mr. James 
S. Inglis, head of the firm of Messrs. Cottier & Co., of New 
York and London, and formed the stock of the London 
house, which is now being closed : — 

DRAWINGS. 

Loekhart, W. E., R.S.A., " Near the Hague," 7J X 21J (Tooth), £5 ss. 
Stacquet, H., 1875, "A Village Scene," 7j x 4i (Whale), ^'i iis. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

Artz, D. A. C, " The Pet of the Flock," 27 x 22 (Wallis), ;,^3i los. 

Artz, D. A. C, 1874, " Returning from the Hayfield," 13I x 8 (Wallis), £8 8s. 

Corot, J. B. C, "The Shady Road," lof x 5 (Agnew), ^'21. From the 

artist's sale. 
Corot, J. B. C, " Environs de Tr^port," 12^ x q (Smith), £^ 53. 
Cox, D., " On the Moor," 8| x i2j (Ogilvie), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Maris, M., and Monticelli, A. T. J., "The Necklace," 17J x u (Carter), 

;^57 iSs. 
Maris, M., and Monticelli, A. T. J., " Ladies in a Garden," 18J x 13 (Carter), 

£52 los. 
Mesdag, H. W., i88i, " Fishing-Boats at Scheveningen," 28 x 32 (.Agnew), 

Monticelli, A T. J., "The Autumn Woods," 15^ x 26 (Carter), ^£^68 ss. 
Neuhuys, J., 1875, " A Dutch Fishing Village on a River," 8| x 14 (Hawes & 

Sons), ;£7io los. 
Swan, J. M., R.A., 1881, "The Mole-catcher," 27 x 35 (Sampson), ^^23 2s. 



292 ART PRICES CURRENT 



July 14, 1908. Fine engravings of the Early English 
School : — 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 

Unframed. 

" The Duke of Wellington," after Bauzit, by C. Turner, first fifty (Maggs), 

£2 17s. 
" Hon. Charles Greville," after Romney, by H. Meyer, first state (Young), 

£2 IDS. 

" Captain Sealy," after Opie, by S. W. Reynolds, proof before any letters, and 

another (Parsons), £2. 
" Parce Somnum Rompere," after Caracci, by Richomme, proof, " La Vierge au 

Rideau," after Raphael, by Lorichon, and another (Bird), los. 
" La Bella," after Titian, by Perfetti, proof, and four others (Bird), 10s. 

Framed. 

" The Holy Family," after Reynolds, by W. Sharp, " Reveil de Jesus," after 

Caracci, proof, and another (CoUyn), 15s. 
" Titian's Mistress," after Titian, by Forster, " La F'ornarina," after Raphael, 

by R. Morghen, and another (CoUyn), 15s. 
" Madonna di San Sisto," after Raphael, by F. Muller, (Cross), los. 6d. 
" Lord Ellenborough," after Lawrence, by R. Sievier, open letter proof, " Lord 

Hawkesbury," after Hoppner, by Meyer (Young), £2 los. 
" Lord Thurlow," after Reynolds, by Bartolozzi, first state (Colnaghi), ;^8 8s. 
" Rt. Hon. William Pitt," after G. Dupont, by Bartolozzi (Maggs), £2 'S^- 
" Rt. Hon. George Canning," after Lawrence, by C. Turner, first published 

state (Bird), £1 us. 6d. 
" Admiral Sir Peter Parker," after Abbott, whole length, by V. Green 

(Bates), £5 SS. 
" Lord Nelson," after Abbott, whole length, by W. Barnard (Bethell), j^iz 12s. 
" Lord Nelson," after Keymer, by J. Young (Lauser), 155. 
" The British Naval Victors," by V. Green, printed in colours (Ward), 

£7 17s. 6d. 
" John Home Tooke," after J. R. Smith, by W. Ward, proof before any letters 

(Ward), £1 los. 
" Rural Amusement," after Lawrence, by J. Bromley, and " Miss Melville," 

after Phillips, by C. Turner, proof (Geoffroy), £2 :5s. 
" Miss Nelly O'Brien," after Reynolds, by C. Phillips (Bates), £1 is. 
" Orpheus and Eurydice," after Kauffman, and two others, in colours (Deen), 

;^3 13s- 6d. 

The following were sold by order of the executors of Sir 
A. Condie Stephen, K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O., C.B., deceased, 
late of 124, Knightsbridge, S.W. : — 

" Children Spouting Tragedy," after Paye, by C. Hodges, printed in colours, 
and " The Fox Chace," scenes at Eton, Windsor, and Maidenhead, in 
colours (Buchanan), £4 14s. 6d. 



July 14, 1908. 293 

' Sailors' Conversation," after Morland, by W. Ward, printed in colouri 

(Harland), £1 is. 
' Children Nutting," after Morland, by E. Dayes, ditto (Jacobson), £y 7s. 
' Blind Man's Buff," after the same, by W. Ward, ditto (Amor), £10 los. 
' Juvenile Navigators," after and by the same, ditto (Amor), £7 7s. 6d. 
' The Fisherman's Hut," after the same, by J. R. Smith, ditto (Amor), £^ 4s. 
'Valentine's Day," after Morland, and "The Marriage," after Wheatley, by 

J. Dean, printed in colours (Wilson), £^ 4s. 
' The Show," after Hoppner, by J. Young, printed in colours (Amor), £S i8s. 6d. 

OTHER PROPERTIES. 

Unframed. 

' Miss Kerr Gordon," after Reynolds, by P. Simon (Goode), £6 6s. 

'The Marlborough Family," after Sir J. Reynolds, by C. Turner (Noseda), 

£S 18s. 6d. 
' Setting out for the Fair " and " The Fairings," after Wheatley, by Egginton 

(Harland), los. 6d. 
' The Trial and Execution of Louis XVI.," after Benazek, by Schiavonetti, a 

set of four, printed in colours (Marshall), £y ys. 
' Benjamin Franklin," by F. Janinet, printed in colours, (Carper), £2 los. 
' Charlotte Corday," by ditto, proof before all letters, printed in colours, 

(Carper), £2 12s. 6d. 
' Lepelletier," " Rousseau," " Montaigne," and " Marat," by P. M. Alix, 

printed in colours (Parsons), £2 iss. 
' Buffon," " Mably," " Fenelon," and " Marat," by P. M. Alix, printed in 

colours (Parsons), £2 los. 
' Voltaire," Linne," and " Helvetius," by the same, printed in colours 

(Parsons), ;^2. 
' La Rose," by and after De Bucourt, printed in colours (Rogers), 5s. 
' Moses in the Bullrushes," after Van Dyck, by McArdell, " Rembrandt," by 

J. G. Haid, and two others (Maggs), los. 
' The Musician," after Amoroso, by J. G. Haid, proof before letters (Lauser), 

lOS. 

Framed. 

' Psyche," (Mrs. Paget), after Hoppner, by H. Meyer, printed in colours 

(Sabin), ;£.52 :os. 
' Mrs. Q.," after Huet Villiers, by G. Maile, printed in colours (Blake), ;£ii us. 
' Windsor Castle," after J. B., by W. Blake, printed in colours (Maggs), 

;£lO lOS. 

' The Duchess of Rutland," by J. K. Sherwin, printed in colours (Crossley), 

£4 4S- 
' A Lady as a Milkmaid," after Cosway, by J. .^gar, printed in colours 

(Gumming), /.is iss. 
' Alinda," by and after W. Ward, printed in colours (Sabin), £^6 14s. 
' Louisa," after Morland, by T. Gaugain, a pair, finely printed in colours 

(Spencer), ;£;47 5s. 
'The Soldier's Farewell" and "Soldier's Return," after MorUmd, by G. 

Graham, a pair, printed in colours (Spencer), ;^26 53. 
' The Story of Letitia," after Morland, by J. R. Smith, the set of six printed in 

colours (Enness), ;^47 5s. 



294 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

" The Months," after W. Hamilton, R.A., by Bartolozzi and Gardiner, the set 

of twelve, printed in colours (Sabin), £20^ 155. 
" Countess Gower and Daughter," after Sir T. Lawrence, by Cousins (Davis), 

" Mrs. Wolff," by and after the same, proof (Vicars), £^ 14s. 6d. 

" Miss Mucdonald," by and after the same, (Parsons;, £2 3s. 

" Elizabeth," Countess Grosvenor," after and by the same, proof (Agnew), 

;^8 i8s. 6d. 
" Lady Acland and Children," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A., 

presentation proof, with uncut margins (Pope), ;^44 2S. 
" Master Lambton," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A., proof before 

letters (Vicars), £2^ '°s- 
" Miss Croker," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S .Cousins, R.A., proof before letters, 

wide margin (Agnew), ;£i44 2s. 
" Lady O'Brien," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Dixon, first state, before the 

publication line and before the plate was cleaned (Clements), ;^g4 los. 
" Mrs. Beresiord, with the Marchioness Townshend and Mrs. Gardiner," after 

Sir J. Reynolds, by T. Watson, first state (Sabin), £8^. 
" Mrs. Musters," after G. Romney, by James Walker, first state, before any 

inscription (Colnaghi), £2^S 'os. 
" Mrs. Siiidons as the Tragic Muse," after Sir J. Reynolds, by F. Haward, 

second stale (Ellis Smith), ;^5 5s. 
" Lady Nuneham," after Falconet, whole length by V. Green, proof (Leggatt), 

£-28 7s. 
" Miss Penelope Boothby," after Sir J. Reynolds, by T. Park, etched letter 

proof (Tollemache), ;^s 5s. 
" The Age of Innocence," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Grozer, printed in colours 

(Dean), ;£,'i6 i6s. 
" Lady Smythe and Family," after Sir J. Reynolds, by Bartolozzi, first 

published stale (Leggatt), ^£^58 i6s. 
" Lady Anne Lambton and Family," after Hoppner, by J. Young (Sabin), 

j^204 iss. 
" The Virgin and Child," after Murillo, by W. Say, proof (Collier), £y 17s. 6d. 
" Dorothea," after T. Clarke, by W. Say, open letter proof, full margin 

(Leggatt), £13 2S. 6d. 
" Lady Mildmay and Daughter," after Hoppner, by W. Say (Colnaghi), £6<) 6s. 
" Caroline of Litchfield," after Hoppner, by J. Dean, printed in colours (Sabin), 

"Mrs. Robinson," after Romney, by J. R. Smith (Dighton), £ig 194. 

" King George IIL and Queen Charlotte," after Gainsborough, by G. Dupont, 

proofs (Russell), ;^4 4s. 
"Queen Chailotte and the Princess Royal" and "The Younger Children of 

George IIL," after B. West, by V. Green (Collier), £1 iis. 6d. 
" An old Man," after Rembrandt, by R. Earlom, proof before letters (Rutter), 

£^S 4s- 
" The Turnpike Gate," after Morland, by W. Ward, printed in colours (Lauser), 

"A Conversation" and "Peasant and Pigs," after Morland, by J. R. Smith, 

printed in colours (Collier), £1^ 14s. 
" The Public House Door, ' alter ditto, by W. Ward, printed in colours 

(Spencer), ;^i2 12s. 
" The Country Butcher," after the same, by T. Gosse, printed in colours 

(Spencer), £1;^ 13s. 



July 14, 1908. 295 

The Thatcher," after Mcrland, by W. Ward, printed in colours (F. Daniell), 
The Woodcutter," after Morland, by W. Ward, printed in colours (Sabin), 

Stable Amusement," after Morland, by W. Ward, printed in colours 

(Capt. Manley), ;^io los. 
The Story of Letitia," after Morland, by J. R. Smith, printed in colours 

(Crossley), /J'16 i6s. 
The Return from Shooting " and " The Return from Coursing," after 

Wheatley and \V. Hamilton, printed in colours (Watherston), £i 3s. 
The Liverpool Grand National, 1839," after Turner, by J. Harris, a set of four 

in colours, unframed (Fores), £,4 14s. 5d. 
Race for the Tradesmen's Cup, Chester, 1839," after F. C. Turner, by J. 

Harris, in colours (Lauser), ;£^ 4s. 
The Dram," after G. Morland, by W. Ward, printed in colours (Manley), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 
The Encampment at Brighton" and "The Companion," after Wheatley, by 

J. Murphy, printed in colours (Parsons), £6 6s. 
A Sailor's Return " and " Sailors in Port," after Stothard, by W. Ward, 

printed in colours (Harland), £^ 14s. 6d. 
The Warrener," after Morland, by W. Ward, printed in colours (Manley), 

£7 7s- 
The Seasons," a set of four, printed in colours (Maggs), £<) 19s. 6d. 
The Farmer's Visit," after Morland, by W. Bond, and " Orpheus and 

Eurydice," after Kauffman, by Burke, in colours (Tata), £8 8s. 
Cottagers " and " Travellers," after Morland, by W. Ward, a pair, printed 

in colours (Horton), ;^5 5s. 
Boy Burning Weeds," after Morland, by W. Ward (Harland), £2. 
Hebe," after Huet Villiers, by C. Turner (Wallace), ^'2 2s. 
Louisa Hammond " and " A Lady with Hurdy-gurdy," after A. Kauffman, 

ovals, in red (Wilson), £2 los. 
A Family Group," after A. Kauffman, by M. Bovi, printed in colours (Leggatt), 

;^i IIS. 6d. 
Mr. Horace Beckford," after R. Cosway, by J. Cond^, and " Emily," after 

Miss Conyers, by P. W. Tomkins (Withers), ;£?4 14s. 5d. 
Les Musiciens Ambulans," after Dietricy, by J. G Wille (Hill), £2 3s. 
St. Cecilia," after Reynolds, by T. Watson, and " A Shepherdess," after A. 

Kauffman, printed in red (Wilson), £^ 5s. 
Brother and Sister " and " The Sisters," after A. Buck, by Cooper, printed in 

colours (Bethell), £1- 17s. 
Children with a Dog," " Children with Bird's Nest," and two others, ovals, 

printed in colours (Ellis Smith), £g 9s. 
Venus attired by the Graces " and " The Judgment of Paris," after A. 

Kauffman, by F. Bartolozzi, a pair, ovals (Harrison), £1$ 15s. 
Four o'clock in the Country " and " Four o'Clock in Town," in colours 

(W. Sabin), los. M. 
Sir William James," after Reynolds, by J. R. Smith, and " Admiral Kempen- 

felt," after Kettle (Carlton), £1 is. 
Sailors Carousing," after Ibbetson, by W. Ward, printed in colours (Morris), 

£4 14s. 6d. 
The Action between the Shannon and the Chesapeake," by J. Jeakes, a pair, 

in colours (Collier), ;^io los. 
Mr. Heardson," after Barry, by J. R. Smith, and " Matthew Horsley," by the 



296 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

same, and " Count Ugolino," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Dixon, proof 
(Vokins), los. 6d. 

Unframed. 

" Lord Nelson," after Sir W. Beechey, by E. Bell, first state (Agnew), ;^i2 12s. 
" Portraits of Admirals and Captains," after R. Smirke, by Bartolozzi, Parker, 

etc., proofs (Davis), £1 5s. 
" Notions," by Henry Aiken, in colours (Rogers), £1 3s. 
" Coaching Subjects," after H. W. Reville, by E. Salmons, a set of four 

(Harland), £1 5s. 
" Deveria (A), XVe, XVIe, XVIIe Sifecle Costumes de France." Forty original 

water-colour drawings, bound in one volume (Geoffroy), £1 is. 
" Views at Versailles, etc.," by Rigaud(i8), and " The Via Appia illustrata," 

(2 parts) (Rimmell), iis. 
" La Dame au Palais," after Moreau, by Martini (Maggs), los. 
" Christ Healing the Sick," etching by Rembrandt (Harland), 6s. 
Portfolio of Autograph Etchings by Painter Etchers, and one Etching by 

]. L. Propert (Lauser), £g gs. 



July 17, 1908. 297 



July 17, 1908. 

THE PROPERTY OF A LADY. 

PICTURES. 

" Portrait of Washington, 49 X 39 (Oddie), £14 14s. 

Anderson, W. 1832, " A Calm " and " A Breeze " sea pieces, with shipping, a 

pair, 12 X 165 (Eve), £8 8s. 
Canaletto, " The Piazza " and " A Canal Scene, Venice," a pair, ji x 9 

(Eve), £to 10s. 
Cignani, " The Salutation," 33 x 25 (Cohen), £$ ss. 
Compton, C, 1848, " The Shady Seat," a scene from " The Deserted Village," 

20J X 30I (Mathers), £n 4s. 
Dow, " .\ Servant at a Window," iij x 9 (Petit), £2^ 4s. 
Dutch School, " River Scene," 10 X ii| (Wythes), £8 8s. 

Dutch School, " The .Adoration of the Magi," 8i x iJj (Greaves), £4 14s. 6d. 
Dutch School, " River Scene " and " A Landscape " (Greaves), £2 3s. 
Ilondius, A., " Dogs and Ducks," on panel, and " Cattle " (Barr), £2 3s. 
Italian School, " The Holy Family," with Saint John, and " The Infant 

Saviour," and " The Infant Saint John," oval, a pair (Barr), £4 4s. 
Ostade, " Interiors," with peasants, a pair, on panel, 9 x 6j (Hassell), 

£2 13s. 6d. 
Poussin, N., " Bacchanalians," 30 X 22J (Hassell), £:i 3s. 
Rembrandt, " Head of an Old Man," 6^ x 61 (Shepherd), £10 los. 
Rembrandt, " Heads of Eastern Figures," a pair, 7 X 63 (Wise), £2 2s. 
Seghers, " Sprays of Flowers round Sculptured Medallions," a pair, 14 x lOj, 

£'^ 4S. 
Teniers, " An Interior," with peasants drinking, and " A Peasant-Woman 

and Children," cutting up a pig (Lawrence), £8 8s. 
Vernet, J. " A Bay Scene," 17^ x 21J (M. Harris), ;^19 19s. 
Wouverman, " The Farrier's Booth," 27 x 23 (Lyte), £y -s. 
Wynants, " Hilly Landscape," 19 x 25^ (Hoddara), £4 4s. 
Zorg, H. M., " The Interior of a Tavern," signed, and dated 1652, iji x 22 

(Wakely), ;£:99 15s. 



THE PROPERTY OF A LADY OF TITLE. 

DRAWINGS. 

Downman, J., A.R..'\., 1782, " Portrait of Theodosia Margaret," wife of Sir 

John Gregory Shaw, Bart., oval, 8J x 6| (Wood), ;^I26. 
Downman, J., A.R.A., 1782, " Portrait of Sir John Gregory Shaw, Bart," oval, 

8 X 6i (Wood), £^2. 
Downman, J., .\.R..-\., 1797, " Portrait of a Young Girl," oval, 8^x6} (A. 

Wertheimer), ;^i89. 
Downman, J., A.R.-'V., 1798, " Portrait of -Miss Fitzgerald," oval, 7i x 6 

(Harley), £^4 los. 
Downman, J., .A.R.A., 1786, " Portrait of .Admiral Lord Howe," oval, 7I X 6i 

(Renton), £y8 :5s. 



298 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Downman, J., A.R.A., " Portrait of Henry Peirse, Esq.", of Bedale, oval, 7 x 

5i (Pullar), £s^ 155. 
Downman, J., A.R.A., 1782, " Portrait of a Gentleman " (a member of the 

Peirse family), oval, 7i X 6 (Pullar), £6^ 55. 

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 

DRAWINGS. 

Downman, J., A.R.A., 1790, Portraits of Edmund Morton Pleydell, Esq., of 
Whatcombe, his Wife, Eliza Margaret, and his Daughter, Anne, and of 
William Morton Pleydell, Esq., ovals, 7I x 6i each (Agnew), £^^J^ 155. 



DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 

DRAWINGS. 

Vinci, L. da (after), " The Last Supper," attributed to Rubens, and an un- 

framed engraving, 12J x 55 (Lindsay), £(1 6s. 
Turner, W., " A View on the Wye," 195 x 27J (Gwyse), ;^8 8s. 
Wouverman, " Landscape," iij x 9I (Renton), £^ 4s. 

PICTURES. 

Michau, T., " River Scene," 11 x 143 (Glen), £k, 5s. 

Serres, D., R.A., " Harbour Scenes," set of four, igl x 2gJ (Woodhouse), 
;£^ii OS. 6d. 

Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A. (after), " Portrait of the Artist," by Margaret Car- 
penter, oval, 29 X 24 (Holmes), ^35 14s. 

Dutch School, " A Gentleman with his Wife, Two Children and a Sportsman," 
33 X 28 (Cohen), ;^20 :os. 

Albano, F., " Rinaldo and Armida," 23 x 28J (Shepherd), £!•] 17s. 

Wilson, R., R.A., " Landscape," 14 x 19J (Shepherd), £<) 9s. 

Cuyp, " Head of a Lady," isi x 12^ (Mellor), £-j 17s. 6d. 

Petrinl, G., " Saint Catherine in Adoration," on panel, 24J x igi (Woodhouse), 

;^I0 los. 

Camphuysen, D. R., " A Peasant and Cattle," 17J x 21 (Speelman), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Crome, " Village Scene near Cromer," 24 x 29 (Carfax), £^ 4s. 
Holbein School, " The Martyrdom of a Saint," 43 x 47! (Wagner), ;^5 5s. 
Jardin, K. du, " Horsemen Halting Outside a Cabaret," 25 x 32 (Hergham), 

£2'i 2S. 

Hudson, T., " Portrait of the Young Son of Mrs. Vanderveld," 50 x 40 

(Neeld), £6i. 
Lingelbach, J., " River Scene," \-]\ x 22 (Neller), £s ss. 
Zucchero School, " Queen Mary Tudor," 33J x 26J (Parsons), ;^24 39. 
Raeburn, " Portrait of a Provost," 50 x 40 (Lacey), ;^37 i6s. 
Reynolds, " Portrait of Mrs. Palmer," 29 x 24 (Oddie), £12 12s. 
Opie, " A Young Lady," 36 x 27^ (Partridge), £-j-i los. 
Memling, "The Madonna," 18 x 12 (Keller), ;^iio ss. 
Breydel, F., 1732, " The Season," a set of four panels for mural decoration, 

43i X 4« (Byas), ;^23 2s. 
White, S. C, 1806, " Peasants and Dogs " and " Peasants at a Cottage Door," 

a pair, 20I x ist (Lewis & Simmons), £1^^ 2s. 6d. 



July 17, 1908. 299 

Ibbetson, J., " Briton Ferry, Glamorganshire," 13! X lyi (Heigham), £ig 19s. 

Ibbetson, J .C, " Loch Leven Castle," 13J X 171 (Wood), £g 9s. 

Rubens, " Lot and his Family leaving Sodom," 2ii X 33 (Richardson), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 
Kneller, Sir G., " Portrait of Philip Dormer, Earl of Chesterfield," 4oi X 3ii 

(Parsons), ;^8 8s. 
Wilson, R., R.A., " Italian Landscape," oval, zij X igj (Brown), £23 as. 
Murillo, " Saint Louis de Gonzalgues," 57 x 44i (Parker), ;^i8 i8s. 
Laroux, " Portrait of Haydn," 47 x 37 (Whale), ;£;ii lis. 
Stothard, T., R.A., "The Innocent Stratagem" and "The Discovery," a pair, 

oval, 13J X 171, engraved by J. Strutt (Heigham), ;^I5 15s. 
Canaletto, A., " The Piazza of St. Mark's, Venice," 16 x 3^i (Madeleine), 

£3 13s- 6d. 
Keeling, M., 1819, " Portrait of John Hall, Esq.", founder of the Liverpool Corn 

Exchange, and " Portrait of Mrs. Hall," a pair, 30 X 25 (Rigby), £q gs. 
Rubens (after), " The Rainbow Landscape," by J. Ward, R.A., 37 x 60 

(Heigham), £2;^ 2S. 
Rembrandt, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 25 x 18 (Parsons), ^10 10s. 
Tiepolo, " A Design for a Ceiling," oval, 21J x 16 (Quinto), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Poussin, " Angelico and Medora," 47^ x 395 (Scott), £s 15s. 6d. 
Teniers, D., " Three Peasants and a Boy at a Repast," 12 x 175 (Parsons), 

;^I2 I2S. 

Schouman, A., " Garden Scenes," with peacocks, flamingoes and other birds, 

a set of five panels for mural decoration (Schulte), £g^ los. 
Wit, J. de, " Cupids Sporting," grisaille, 40 X 69 (Leggatt), £2$ 4s. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Portrait of Lord Anson," 29 x 24 (Bayne), ;^44 2S. 
Scott, S., " Greenwich Hospital from the River," 34 x 50 (Colnaghi), ;^i8 i8s. 
Crome, " A Cottage by a Wood," 17 x 23J (Branch), £S 8s. 
Teniers, D., " Exterior of a Cottage Alehouse," 8j x 7i, Burlington House, 

1881 (Abraham), ^'54 12s. 
Heemskirk, E., " An Interior," 8J x 6| (Parsons), £1 is. 
Dutch School, " Heads of a Cavalier and a Lady," a pair, on copper, oval, 3} 

X 3 (Rutley), £5 5s. 
Vonck, J., " Hawk, Dogs and Dead Game," 50 x 64 (Parsons), ;^i3 13s. 
Early English, " Portrait of a Young Girl," in blue dress, oval, 17J x 14! 

(Wright), £^ 4s. 
Drolling, M., 1S09, " Napoleon in Coronation Robes," unframed, 16 x 12J 

(Heigham), £iS i8s. 
Teniers, D., " Boors Smoking," 8J x 64 (Richardson), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Huysum, Van, " Flowers in a Vase " and " A River Scene " (Syde), £2 13s. 6d. 
Hals, Dirk, " The Interior of an Apartment," 21 x 32 (Hill), ;£ri2 12s. 
Wheatley, F., R.A., " Boys with a Dog " and " Girls with a Lamb," a pair, 

II J in., circle (Tebb), ;^i8 i8s. 
Hoppner, J., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Charles Wearg Clark," n^e Mary Jane 

Cottle, of Battle Bridge, 30 X 25 (Ward), ;£;'2i. 
Hoppner, J., R.A., " Portrait of Charles Wearg Clark, Esq.", 30 X 25 (Ward), 

;^39 i8s. 
Ostade, " A Frozen River Scene," 15 x 22 (Buttrey), £;n 13s. 
Early English School, " Portrait of George Talbot, Esq.", second son of the 

Hon. Charles Talbot of Hoar Cross, Staffordshire, 23^ x i8i (de Quintol, 

£s Ss- 
Palamedes, " An Interior," 19^ x 24^ (Knowles), £n 14s. 
Peelers, B., " The Port of Antwerp," 23! x 42 (Parsons), ;^ig i9«. 



30O ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Mabuse, " A Triptych," with the Madonna and Child in the centre, Saints and 

donors on the wings (Richardson), ^^31 los. 
Matsys, " A Triptych," with the Madonna and dead Christ, Saints on the 

wings (Oppenheim), /J'13 13s. 
Nasmyth, J., " Woody Landscape," 11 X I4i (Thrift), £g^ los. 
Vermeulen, A. " Road Scene," 20J x 26 (Paris), £4 14s. 6d. 
Vermeulen, A. " Frozen River Scene," zyi X 26 (Hollender & Koekoek), 

;^4 14s. 6d. 
Ruysdael, J., " Landscape," 14 X iij (Sackville Gallery), £i^ 'SS- 
Early English School, " A Girl," with a basket of flowers, 20 x 1S5 (Scott), 

£9 9S- 
Marieschi, J., " The Grand Canal, Venice," 21 x 28 (Parsons), £ig 19s. 
Greuze, " The Broken Pitcher," oval, 42 x 33 (Wise), £31 los. 
Fyt, J., " Dead Birds," 24 x 29 (Cohen), £2 3^- 

Hondecoeter, " Poultry and Ducks," 36J x 49 (Hollender & Koekoek), ;^I7 17s. 
Reynolds, " Head of a Girl," 20J x 155 (King), £^2. 

French School, " Summer " and " Autumn," a pair, 21 x 17 (Leggatt), ;^26 55. 
Heist, van der, " Portrait of a Lady," 41 X 32 (Colbourn), ;^i6 16s. 
Canaletto, A., " Views in Rome," a pair, loj x 13I (Abraham), £2^ 4s. 
Kneller, Sir G., " Portrait of a Young Girl," 57 x 40 (Leggatt), ;^io2 i8s. 
Lely, " Portrait of a Gentleman " and " Portrait of a Lady," a pair, 49 x 40 

(Leggatt), £2n 3s. 
Soeur, Le, " The Expulsion of Hagar and Ishmael," 39 x 38 (Inchbold), 

;^l8 i8s. 
Cortona, P. da, " Christ and the Woman of Samaria," 57 x 43 (R. Scott), 

Lawrence, " Portrait of a Lady," holding her infant child, 29I x 24 (Wood), 

£94 los. 
Zuccarelli, F., R.A., " Italian Landscapes," a pair, 135 x 21J (Knowles), 

£S iSs- 6d. 
Gainsborough, " Portrait of Mrs. Inchbald," 24J x 20j (Cohen), j^22 is. 
Wouverman, " A Hunting Party Halting," 13 x 15 (Hollender & Koekoek), 

£S 15s. 6d. 
Guardi, F., " The Storm," -^ X 12I (Keller), £^1 los. 
Lawrence, " Heads of Two Children," oval, 20 x 175 (Leger), ;^8 8s. 
Romney, G., " Emblematical Figures," representing Mars, Venus, Fame and 

War, 96 X 80 (Cohen), ^105. 
Hoppner, J., R.A., " Portrait of Thomas Norton, Esq.", 94 x 57 (Grant), £Si\. 
Hoppner, J., R.A., " Portrait of John Birmingham, Esq.", 34 x 27 (Leycester), 

£68 ss. 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Robinson," as Perdita, 23 x 19 

(Gooden & Fox), ^378. 
Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Kerr " (n^e Julia Wardrop), 30 x 25 

(Frere), ^336. 

The collection of historical portraits, removed from West 
Horsley Place, Surrey, the property of Henry M. Weston, 
Esq. : — 

" Ben Johnson," in a sculptured oval, 285 x 24 (Conyers), £6 6s. 
" Sir Walter Raleigh," in armour, 32^ x 25 (Renton), £6 6s. 



July 17, 1908. 301 

" Portrait of John Dryden," in a sculptured oval, 30 x 24 (Parsons), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Beale, Mary, " Portrait of a Lady Penelope Nicholas," daughter of the second 

Earl of Northampton, 48^ x 39$ (Leggatt), jQ^ 12s. 
Dobson, W., " Portrait of Jerome Weston, Earl of Portland, Lord High 

Treasurer," 80 x 48 (Lane), ;^I05. 
Gascar, " Portrait of Nell Gwynne," in rich dress, gathering some flowers, 

50 X 40 (Leggatt), ^"42. 
Kneller, Sir G., " Portrait of Edward Nicholas," son of Sir John Nicholas, 49 

X 40 (Glen), ;^23 12s. 6d. 
Kneller, Sir G., " Portrait of Mrs. Edward Nicholas," daughter of Thomas 

Wyndham, of Wytham, 4SJ x 39^ (Leggatt), £-jq 16s. 
Kneller, " Portrait of Princess Anne of Denmark," 50 x 40 (Leggatt), 

£n 3s. 6d. 
Lely, Sir P., " Portrait of Sir John Nicholas," eldest son of Sir Edward 

Nicholas, Clerk of the Council, 49 x 39J (Shepherd), £^2. 
Lely, Sir P., " Portrait of Sir Edward Nicholas," 48J x 391 (Leggatt), ^37 i6s. 
Lely, Sir P. (after), " Portrait of King Charles II.", in Garter Robes, by H. 

Peart, 49 x 40 (Leggatt), ;^38 17s. 
Dyck, Van (after), " Portrait of King Charles I., in Garter Robes," by H. 

Peart, 53 x 425 (Parsons), £21- J's. 
Dyck, Van (after), " Portrait of Sir William Compton," son o' the second 

Earl of Northampton, by H. Peart, 49 x 395 (Leggatt), £^i los. 
Dyck, Van (after), " Portrait of Spencer Compton, Second Earl of North- 
ampton," by H. Peart, 48^ x 395 (Parsons), ;^34 13s. 
Dyck, Van (after), " Portrait of .Arthur, First Baron Capel," by H. Peart, 

49 X 39s (Leggatt), ;^48 6s. 
Dyck, Van (after), " Portrait of James Stanley, Seventh Earl of Derby," in 

dark dress, by H. Peart, 48 x 39 (Jones), ;£r73 los. 



THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN. 

PICTURES. 

Borgognone, " A Camp Scene " and " Soldiers .\ttacking a Convoy," a pair, 

42 X 42 (Cohen), £q 19s. 6d. 
Borgognone, " Battle Scenes," a pair, 41 x 50 (Cohen), ;£Jii us. 
Canaletto, " The Piazzeta of St. Mark's " and " The Grand Canal, Venice," a 

pair, 23 X 37 (Edwards), ;£'2i los. 6d. 
Callot, J., " Fetes," with numerous figures, a pair, 21 x 325 (Parsons), £2^ 3s. 
D'Arpino, " Saint Matthew and Saint Mark " and " Saint Luke and Saint 

John," a pair, 36 X 52 (Edwards), £\ is. 
Dolci, Carlo, " Saint Catherine," 34 x 37 (Bowyer), £^ 5s. 
Everdingen, A. Van, " River Scene," 31J x 485 (Leggatt), ;^35 14s. 
Italian School, " The Holy Family," 38 x 405 (Scott), £1 is. 
Pannini, P., " Roman Ruins," 44i x 42 (Madeleine), £13 is. 
Poussin, N., " Pluto and Proserpine," 44 X 35 (Paris), £-j 7s. 
Poussin, .\'., " The Holy Family," 28 x 41 (Whitworth), £^ 4s. 
Ribera, " Christ Bound," 44 x 54! (Leggatt), £2 2s. 

Dyck, Van, " Mars, Venus and Cupids " and " .A. River Scene " (Scott), ^4 4s. 
Venetian School, " Head of a Lady," 19 x 155 (Richardson), £2 5s. 
Vernet, J., " River Scene " and " .A Coast Scene," with castle and figures 

(Carfax), £s SS- 



302 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Wit, De, " Apollo and the Muses," " Jupiter and Attendants," and " An 
Astronomer," with figures, in grisaille, a set of three, 56 x 64 (Huggins), 

£12 I2S. 

Wit, De, " Bacchus and Ariadne," in grisaille, unframed, 66 x 60 (Mailer), 

;£jlO lOS. 

The following were sold by order of the trustees of Thos. 
William Lang-ford Brook, Esq., deceased, late of Mere 
Hall, Cheshire : — 

PICTURES. 

Early English, " Portraits of Sir James and Lady Leycester," before the door 

of their mansion, 39i x 49^ (Leggatt), £2- 6s. 
Sartorius, F., 1781, " A White Hunter," with a groom and hounds in a 

landscape, 35! X 47! (Hayes), ;^9 9s. 
Snyders, " Dead Game," in a landscape, 57 x 76 (Conroy), £j8 i8s. 
Stubbs, G., R.A., 1783, " A Racehorse," with a jockey up, on panel, 22 x 28 

(Roe), j^23 2S. 
Velasquez, " A Portrait Group," six gentlemen, standing and seated round 

a table, two are playing musical instruments, and a third is holding a 

glass of wine, 54 x 81 (Sargent & Fisher), ;^73 los. 



July 20, 1908. 303 



July 20, 1908. (Last sale of the season.) The following 
were sold by order of the executors of Sir A. Condie 
Stephen, K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O., C.B., deceased, late of 124, 
Knightsbridge, S.W. : — 

DRAWING. 
Bentley, C, " The Pilot Boat," igi X 26* (Muggins), £^ \^%. 6d. 

PICTURES. 
Early English, " Portrait of a Gentleman," oval. 27 X 22 (Vicars), £\\ 14s. 
Etty, W., R..A., " A Girl," in red dress, seated, writing, 25i x 19J (Wallis), 

';^i8 i8s. 
Hancock, C, 1864, " Pets," 21 x 25^ (Mitchell), £\o los 
Hogarth, "A Peasant," in brown coat, 25^ X 21J (Nicholson), £■] 7s. 
Mignard, " .A Lady," in grey cloak and black hat, 26J x 20J (Mrs. Wheeler), 

£^ 9s ■ 
Romney, " Portrait of Dr. Burney," 29 x 24J (Moore), £\o los. 
Ward, J., R.A., 1796 " The Condemned Calf," 40 x 53 (Arthurton) £2(1 5*. 
Ward, J., R.A., " Children Playing with a Dog," 19 x 25^ (Grundy & 

Robinson), £1"] 17s. 
Ward, J., R.A., " Harvesting," 19 x 25 (Arthurton), ^£^13 2S. 6d. 
Williams, E. C, 1855, " Fishermen off Folkestone," 19J x 29^ (Richardson), 

£,, i4». 6d. 

DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 

DRAWINGS. 

Gainsborough, T., R.A., " \ Woody Lane," with figures, black and white, 

unframed, gj X 7s (W. Permain), £■>, 3s. 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., "A River Scene," unframed, %\ x 5f (Bale), 

£Z 13s- 6d. 
Poussin, N., " Bacchus and Attendants," unframed, 12 x 15, Burlington 

House, 1879 (Misell, jun.), los. 
Raffaelle (after), "The Madonna della Sedia," pastel, 28 in., circle (R. Scott), 

£i 5s- 
Richardson, T. M., " The Castle of Chillon, Lake of Geneva," s| x 7^ (Shaw), 

£<) 9s. 
Riccardi, N., i886, " A Cavalier and a Serving Maid," 19 x 26 (Nash), 

£z i2s. 6d. 
Coleman. H., 1879, "The Diligence," 13^ x 22^ (Bauge), ;^ii iis. 
Brunery, F., " Le Mauvais Cigare," 18 x iii (Mitchell), £\-> 4s. 6d. 
Barret, G., " Hilly Landscape," S X 6i (Mitchell), £\ is. 
Turner, J. M. W., R..A. (after), " Garden of the Hesperides," 19 x 27 (Leeke), 

£l 3s • 
Rowbotham, T. L., " Isola Bella, Lago Maggiore," 4J x 7i (Page), £(1 6s. 
May, W. W., 1871, " The Derelict," 8| x 13 (Page), £■>, 3s. 
Reed, J. C, " Morning in Wales," 23 x 37i (Mitchell), £i, 5s. 
Reed, J. C, " A Welsh Moor," with sheep, i7i x 28J (Mitchell), £i, 4s. 
Dodgson, G., 1858, " A Ffte Champfitre," Haddon Hall, 16 x 24i (Wallis), 

£1 Ss- 



304 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Dodgson, G., " A Haunted House " and " A Stag," by Roffe, pastel (Wallis), 

Chambers, G., " Fishing," rough weather, and " The Wreck " (Bowden), 

■Q6 los. 
Smith, J. B., 1866, " River Scene," 25^ x 20J (Roe), £2 2S. 
Gainsborough, " Woody Landscape," with peasants, children and animals, 29 

X 40 (Wallis), £6z. 

PICTURES. 
Bertrand, J., 1869, " Devotion," 37 X 17J (Wallis), £<) gs. 
Cormack, M., 1902, " Come unto those Yellow Sands," sgj x 391 (Mitchell), 

£^V lys- 
Early English, " A Boy," in red dress, with a dog, playing golf, 34J x 26J 

(Gooden & Fox), ^21. 
Fourmois, Th., " Sand-Hills," 13 x 22 (Gooden & Fox), £6 6s. 
Linnell, J., sen., 1861, " The Woodcutters," 27J X 38^ (Wallis), £i(>8. 
Linnell, J., sen., 1866-8, " Milking-Time," 36 x 56 (Wallis), £10^ ids. 
Linnell, W., 1859, " A Hilly Road Scene," with peasants driving cattle 

and sheep, 35 X 47 (Mitchell), £2^ 4s- 
Romney, " Head of a Lady," oval, 16 x 13 (Longley), ;^i4 14s. 
Turner, " Greenwich," 28 x 49 (Scott), ;^5 53 
Patten, G., A.R.A., " Musidora," 23^ x igi (Scott), £1 15s. 
Stark, J., "A Gipsy Encampment," loi x 145 (Boyle), £■; 17s. 6d. 
Burnet, J., " Boats on the Thames, near Chelsea," 18 x 22 (Leggatt), 

£l i/s. 6d. 
Barber, C. Burton, 1873, " Una and the Lion," 27 X 3Si (Evans), j£jio los. 
Fantin- Latour, H., i860, "Flowers in a China Vase," 22 x 14! (Wynn), 

£n^ 5s. 

French School, " A Lady in Blue Dress," 9X7 (Wynn), £^ 4s. 

Milton, J., " A View in India," 24 x 29I (Murray), £c, 15s. 6d. 

Wood, J., " Ophelia," 56 x 41 (Cleaver), ;£rio los. 

Wood, J., " Venus directing the arrow of Cupid," 24 in., circle (Leggatt), 
£\o 10s. 

Hondecoeter, " Parrots, Birds and Fruit in a Garden," 39 x 48 (Mrs. 
Wheeler), ;^I5 155. 

Morland, G., " The Stable," 27 x 35J (Paris), ;^i8 iSs. 

Grant, Sir F., P.R.A., " Portrait of Miss Beattie," oval, 28 x 23I (Ford), 
£6 6s. 

Ibbetson, J. C, " Landscapes," a pair, 8i X 123 (Heigham), £1) 19s. 6d. 

Towne, C, " Horses, Donkey and Sheep," 165 x 193 (Turner), £6 6s. 

Towne, C, " Hilly River Scene," 20 x 243 (Turner), ;£'s iss. 6d. 

Bonington, " On the Coast of North Wales," 19I x 23^ (King), ;^22 is. 

Blake, B., " Dead Game," sf x 45 (Renton), £1 is. 

Gainsborough, " Sunshine after Rain," 27I x 35! (Carter), ;£^I2 12s. 

Solomon, S. J., A.R.A., " Shoeing the Charger," 8J x loj (Arthurton), £'i 3s. 

Marks, H. S., R.A., " Pelicans," a mural decoration, unframed, 29 x 90 
(Lister), £^ 4s. 

Goyen, Van, " River Scene," 16J x 20J (Cleaver), ;^3 3s. 

Dutch School, " An Interior," with an old woman reading, 23J x 19 (Richard- 
son), £2 :os. 

Stubbs, G., R.A., " A Lion and a Lioness," 24 x 29 (Schroeder), £^ 14s. 6d. 

Reynolds, " Portrait of Miss Margaret Hurrell," 29 x 24 (Bowyer), £<) gs. 

Kneller, " Portrait of John Littell Bridge," 29 x 24 (Shepherd), £-j 7s. 



July 20, 1908. 305 

Canaletto, " The Courtyard of a Palace," 36J x 43^ (Cleaver), £6 16s. 6d. 

Nasmyth, " A Woody Road," :4i x 20 (Repton), £^S 'SS- 

Reynolds, " The Laughing Girl," 28J x 24 (Gray), £14 14s. 

Early English, " Portrait of Miss Adair," 23J x 19J (Holmes), £zo 10s. 

Early English, " Portrait of John Allen Edwards, Esq.", 29 x 23 (Bright), 

£7 -s. 
Dutch School, " Fruit and Flowers," i3i x 8i (Stuart), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Storck, " A Port," with buildings, shipping and figures, on copper, 11 x 15 

(Cleaver), £$ ss. 
Moroni, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 28J x 225 (Miss Davey), £~ 17s. 6d. 
Dutch School, "An Old Church," 205 x 17J (Grant), £1 us. 6d. 
Marshall, B., 1804, " Portrait of ' Osterly,' " favourite hunter of the Earl of 

Jersey, 24J x 29 (Gooden & Fox), ;^i8 i8s. 
Ostade, " Boors Playing Cards," 13 x iii (Cohen), £115 los. 
Due, Le, " Cavaliers and Ladies," 13 x 11 J (Douglas), ;^47 55. 
Dutch School, " A Lady, Playing a Guitar, and a Gentleman," 13^ x iij 

(Outram), ;£"so 8s. 
Ryckaert, D., " An Interior," 22 x 18 (Wheeler), £2 13s. 6d. 
Copley, J. S., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Montague," 25 x 18 

(Ogilvie), £6 6s. 
Fyt, " .\ Dead Hare, Birds and a Gun," 29 x 24 (Wall), £S 8s. 
Cranach, " Saint Jerome," 23 x 29 (R. Scott), £2 2S. 
Unknown, " Cows, Donkey and Sheep," " A Landscape," with cattle, and 

" A Landscape " (Smith), ;^3 3s. 
Unknown, " A Rabbi Reading," 34 x 26 (Parsons), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Boucher, " Cupids," 315 x 38 (Madeleine), ;^25 4s. 
Ruysdael, " Woody Lane Scene," 41 J x 32 J (Glen), ;^ii us. 
Weenix, " Turkeys and Ducks," 27J x 355 (Mrs. Wheeler), £;i 3s. 
Lely, " Boys Blowing Bubbles," 285 x 26^ (Madocks), £2 3s. 
Dutch School, " Frozen River Scene," signed, i8 x 26^ (Wheeler), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Dutch School, " Camp Scene," with soldiers and other figures, 12^ x 23 

(Wheeler), £^ 4s. 
Romney, " A Girl," in white dress, seated by a table, 13J x iif (Leger), 

;^i2 IS. 6d. 
Hondecoeter, " A Turkey and Tortoises," 345 x 30 (Smith), £y 17s. 6d. 
Early English, " A Youth," seated in a landscape, 33J x 275 (Madocks), £1 is. 
Dutch School, " Smokers," 16J x 12 (Hollender & Koekoek), £1^ iss. 
Early English School, " Portrait of James Watts, Esq.", 30 x 25 (Shepherd), 

^4 4S- 
Crome, " Woody Landscape," ig x 25 (Sampson), £3 3s. 
Nasmyth, " Woody River Scene," 16 x 21 (Cleaver), £■2 3s. 
Dutch School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 2o| x i&J (Groves), £15 15s. 
Dutch School, " Portrait of a Lady," 21 J x 18 (Nicholson), ;^5o 8s. 
Crayer, Caspar De, " The Trinity," 27 x 21J (Smith), ^£^3 3s. 
Van Dyck School, " Head of Milton," 15 x 13 (Gould), ;^i3 13s. 
Berchem, " Rocky Landscape," 16 x 19 (Hollender & Koekoek), £^ 4s. 
Teniers, "View near a Village," 8J x iij (Harries), £^ 4s. 
Raeburn, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 29 x 245 (Hart), £g 9s. 
Molenaer, J. M., " An Interior," 16J x 203 (Hollender & Koekoek), £5 ss. 
Italian School, " Head of a Gentleman," iij x 10 (Merton), ;^I2 12s. 
Lecken, A. B. Van, " The Village Surgeon," 17 x 20J (Nicholson). £2^ 3*. 
Horremans, J., " A Musical Party," 18 X 21 (Beech), £j 7s. 

A. J. X 



3o6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Peters, " A Girl," in white dress, holding a rose, oval 32J x 24I (Sackville 

Gallery), ^"68 ss. 
Antonissen, H. J., 1782, "A Farm Scene," 18 X 27^ (A. Ward), £<) gs. 
Francks, " A Landscape," with Cupids and Nymphs, 17 X 24 (Bates), 

£H 14s. 6d. 
Fyt, " Dead Game," 35 x S9 (Bates), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Marieschi, " Ruins and Figures," a pair, 9x6 (Leger), ;^io los. 
Rubens (after), " A Boar Hunt," 22 x 30J (Cohen), ^25 4s. 
Ruysch, R., " Fruit, Flowers and Insects," 34 X 26^ (Harries), £i^ 14s. 
Vermeulen, A., " Winter Scene," 27 x 42J (Bates), £^ 14s. 6d. 
Vernet, J., " Tivoli," 34 X 51^ (Smith), ^15 15s. 
Wynants, " Woody Landscape," 105 x 13I (Glen), £- 17s. 6d. 

The property of George Fielder, Esq., deceased, late of 
West Horsley Place, Leatherhead. 

DRAWINGS. 

Glover, J., " Woody River Scene," 15 x 21 (Bowden), £1 los. 
Wint, P. De, " Welsh River Scene," 8 x loi (Bowden), £^ 79. 

PICTURES. 

Brauwer, " An Interior," 15 x 20J (T. H. Ward), ;^28 7s. 

Canaletto, A., " The Piazza of St. Mark's, Venice," 23J x 37 (Price), ;^2i. 

Callcott, Sir A. W., R.A., " Rocky River Scene," 95 x 115 (Wallis), £1^ 17s. 

Correggio, " Ecce Homo," 8| x 7j (Nicholson), £1^ 13s. 

Dutch School, " Portrait of a Lady," 12 x 10 (Parsons), £^ 14s. 6d. 

Guercino, " Mater Dolorosa," 23 x 19^ (Cleaver), £2 2s. 

Heda, W. C, " Still Life on a Table," 37 x 30 (Lewis & Simmons), £']0 7s. 

Italian School, " The Holy Family with Saints," 38 X 60 (Wall), ;£73q i8s. 

Italian .School, " Diana, Cupids and Attendants," 28 x 45 (Madeleine), 

£2 13s- 6d. 
Jordaens, " Bacchus," and figures, at a feast, 245 x 323 (Cohen), £t) 9s. 
Lee, F. R., R.A., " A Rocky Stream, Devonshire," 20 x 15! (Paris), 

£1 lis. 6d. 
Maes, N., " A Mother and Child," 16 x 21 (Cox), ;^i78 10s. 
Morland, " Coast Scene," 35^ x 51 (Paris), ;^8 8s. 
Rembrandt School, " A Philosopher," seated at a table, 24 x 20 (Douglas), 

;^i9q IDS. 
Rysbrack, G., " Dead Mallards, Pigeon and Flowers," 2i| x 2sJ (Madocks;, 

£2 I2S. 6d. 
Teniers, D., " The Temptation of Saint Anthony," 13 x 16J (Richardson), 

£^7 SS- 
Tintoretto, " Head of the Duke of Alon," 7 in., circle (Glen), ;^3 3s. 
Vecchio, " Madonna and Child," 35 x 29 (Madocks), £2 12s. 6d. 
Vinci, L. Da, " Portrait of an Elderly Lady," inscribed " Caferina Cybo 

Camerini Ducissa, an Mdxvi," 24J x ii\ (Glen), £/\ 4s. 
Wilson, R., R.A., " Lake Scene," with figures, 9 x nf (Shepherd), ;£^24 3s. 



INDEX 



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ARTISTS' AND ENGRAVERS' NAMES. 



PREDK. HOLLYER'S Collection of 
Platinotype Reproductions may be seen 
daily at his Studios, 9, Pembroke Square, 
Kensington, London, W. The Collection 
includes: — The Parthenon Marbles, 
Drawings by Holbein, Selections from 
THE Florentine, Hague, Dublin, and 
National Galleries. The Paintings and 
Pencil Studies by Sir E. Burne-Jones. The 
Paintings and Portraits by G. F. Watts, 
R.A. The Works of Turner, Constable, 
RossETTi, Albert Moore, Harry Bates, and 
others. Illustrated Catalogue One Shilling. 
The Photographing of Paintings is also 
undertaken, and is done personally by 
F. T. HOLLYER. 



INDEX. 



PICTURES. 



ACHENBACH, O., 53 

Adam, J., 6 
Adams, Douglas, 33 
Adams, H. W., 33 
Adams, J. Clayton, 8, g, 16, 

53, 62, 87, 92 (2), 105, 185 
Adan, L. Emile, 275 
Adriensen, 4 (2) 
Aelst, W. van, 29 (2), 86, 107 
Albano, F., 3, 25, 94, 97. 298 

(after), 3 

Allen, J. W., 21 
Alma-Tadema, Sir L., R.A., 

141, 267 
Alston, W., 65 
Altson Abbey, 33, 149 
Amberger, C, 58, 107 
Anderson, C. G., 289 
Anderson, Mrs. S., 247 
Anderson, W., 297 (a pair) 
Andreotti, F., 87, 149, 158 (2) 
Andrews, G. H., i 
Angillis, P., 2 
Ansdell, R., R.A., 11, 62, 84, 

186, 239, 255, 265 
Anthony, Mark, 53 
Antonissen, H. J., 306 
Archer, J., R.S.A., 263 
Arcos, v., 149 
Arellano, 188 (2) 
Armfield, G., 13 (2), 249 
Arnot, F., 263 
Artois, J., 63, 109 

and Lingelbach, J., 66 

and Teniers, D., 13 

Artz, D. A. C, 291 (2) 



Asch, P. J. van, 30, 94 
Assereto, G., 23 
Aumonier, J., 123 
Avercamp, H. van, 4, 127 



B. 

B., A. (" A Farm Scene "), 92 
B., Z., 58 (2) ("Hunting 

Scenes") 
Baan, J. de, 55 
Backhuysen, L., 24 (2), 26, 

29 (2), 36, 151 
Baker, T., 16, 158 
Ballanger, G., 185 
Ballavoine, J., 34 
Bank, J. van der, 195 
Bannantyne, J., and Nicol, 

Erskine, 93 
Baptiste, J., 189 (2) 
Barber. See Burton- Barber. 
Barber, J. M., 265 
Barber, T., 66 
Bardwell, T., 31 
Bargue, C., 105 
Barker, T. fof Bath), 13, 66, 

107, 109 (2), 196, 278 
Barker, Wright, 16 (2), 158 
Barlow, F., 55 
Barnes, E. C, 13 
Barocci, F., 127, 236 
Barraud, H., 187 (3) 
Barret, G., R.A., 16, 25 

and Gilpin, S., 195 

Barret, G., jun., 207, 265 
Barry, J., R.A., no 
Barry, W., 140 (2), 141 



3IO 



INDEX. 



Barucci, P., 141 

Bassano, J., i, 67, 107, 109 (2), 

no 
Bates, D., 87, 254 (6) 
Batley, W. D., 133 (2) 
Battoni (after ), 82 
Bauernfeind, G., 275 
Baxter, C, 9, 53, 62 
Bazzani, L., 52 
Beale, Mary, 126, 301 
Beattie, A., 248 
Beavis, R., 10, 163 
Beda, F., 87 
Beechey, R. B., 187 (3) 
Beechey, Sir W., R.A., 24, 

25 (2), 97. 129 (3), 138(2), 

190, 205, 239 (4), 280 
Beers, Jan van, 16 (2) 
Beerstraaten, J., 58, 190 
Begeyn, A. C, 194 
Bellei, G., 53 
Bellini, 13 (2), 82 
Bendemann, E., 65 
Beuham, T. C. S., 249 
Benlliure, J., 150 (2) 
Bentz, F., 185 
Benwell, J. A., 61 
Berchem, C. P., 60, 238, 305 

and Latten, Jan, 27 

Berchem, N., 30 
Bergamini, F., 34 
Bergen, D. van, 207 
Berghem, N., i (2), 2, 82 

(after), 66 

Bertrand, J., 304 

Beul, F. de, iig 

Beul, H. de, 21 

Beyeren, A. van, 29, 36, 57 

Biagi, L. (after Guido), 96 

Bierstadt, A., 137 

Bigg, W. R., R.A. (after G. 

Stuart), 2 
Billet, P., 34, 119, 275 
Bissolo, F., 25 
Blaas, E. de, 150 (2), 263, 

290 
Blake, B., 307, 304 



Blanchard, P., 34 
Blankerhof, J. T. , 107 
Bleecker, C. H., 204 
Bles, H. de, 58, 127 (2) 
Blinks, T. (a set of 4), 16, 17, 

33 (2), 263 
Bloemaert, A., 107 
Bloeman, P. van, 188 
Bloemen, J. F. van, 236 
Blum, R. (New York), 102 
Blyk, F. J. van der, 25 
Bock, Th. de, 34, 119, 211 
Boddington, H. J., 181 
Boeyermans, T., no 
Boilly, J. L., 194 
Bol, F., 136 
Bolognese School, 2 
Bone, H., R.A. See Zucchero, 

page 52 
Bonheur, Auguste, 77, 84, 262 
Bonheur, Rosa, 34 
Bonheur, T. Peyrol, 153, 264 
Bonington, R. P., 6, 33 (3), 

87, 107, 208 (3), 236, 237, 

265, 277 (3), 304 
Bordone. See Paris Bordone 
Borgognone, 301 (2 pairs) 
Bortignoni, G., 17, 158, 248 
Bosboom, J., 34, 52, 211, 263 

(a pair) 
Bosschaert, T. Willeborts, 67 
Both, J., 133, 188, 203, 280 
Botticelli, S., 82, 127 
Boucher, F., 3, 4 (5), 31, 55, 

305 

Boucher School, 128, 188 

Boudewyns, A. F., and Bout,, 
P-, 195 

Bough, Sam., R.S.A., 3, 8 (3), 
263 (2), 264 

Boughton, G. H., R.A., },z, 
102 (2), 137 (2), 138, 149, 
208, 256 and 257 (Bough- 
ton sale) 

Bouguereau, W., 84, 150 

Boulanger, J., 11 

Bource, Henri, 262 



INDEX. 



3" 



Bourgeois, Sir F. P., R.A., 57 

Bourges, L., 105 

Bout, P., and Boudewyns, A. 

F., 195 
Boutibonne, E., 289 
Boxall, Sir W., R.A., 27, 123 
Boyermans, T., 25 
Boyle, G., 90 (4 on panel), 123 

(3) 
Bradley, Basil, 17 (a pair) 
Bramley, Frank, A.R.A., 265 
Brandt, O., 51 
Brangwyn, F., A.R.A., 118 

and iig (8), 123 (6) 
Branwhite, C., 17, 158 
Brauwer, A., 8, 26, 51, 107, 

127, 306 
Breakspeare, W. A., 154, 163 
Breanski, A. de, 105, 158 (4), 

259, 260 (5) 
Brekelenkam, Q., 3, 29, 36 
Breling, H., 51 (3) 
Breton, Jules, 211 
Brett, J., A.R.A., 13, 86, 103, 

105, 123, 149, 153, 248, 259 
Breughel, J., 2 (4), 58, no, 

127, 207(2) 
Breughel, P., 127, 194, 195 (2) 
Brewer, J., no 
Breydel, F., 298 
Bridl, B. de, 4 
Briggs, H. P., R.A., no 
Bright, H., 133 (3), 287 
Bristow, E., 13, 92, 133 (2) 
Britten, W., 263 
Brock, R. H., 248 
Bromley, Ida M., 235 
Bromley, J. M., 60 
Bronzino, 36, 55, 129 
Brooking, C., 4 (2), 26 
Brooks, T., 84 
Brouck, M. van, no 
Brouwer, A. See Brauwer 
Brown, Ford Madox, 103 
Brown, Mather, 195 
Brown, T., n 
Browne, Gordon, 250 



Browne, Henrietta, 275 
Browne, Warne, 248 (2) 
Bruges School, 36 
Brun, C. le, n 
Brunery, F., 34 
Brunning, W. A., 51 
Brussel, van, 195 
Bruyn, B., 203 
Bundy, Edgar, 17 
Burchett, R., 186 
Burgers, H. J., 53 
Burgess, C., 84 
Burgess, J. B., R.A., 51, 77, 

99, 149 (2), 239, 240, 265 
Burne-Jones, Sir E., g (2), 

103 (7), 107, 237 (pastel), 290 
Burnet, J., 97, 304 
Burr, J., 10, 52 
Burton- Barber, C., 249, 304 
Butler, Lady, 264 



Caffieri, H., 158 

Caffyn, W. W., and Drum- 
mond, A., 92 

Caille, L., 11, 62, 287 (a pair) 

Calderon, C., 33 

Calderon, P. H., R.A., 124, 
138 (2), 149 (2) 

Calkin, L., 235 

Callcott, Sir A. W., R.A., 
33 (2), 109 (2), 181, 306 

Callot, J., 301 (a pair) 

Calthorp, Claude A., 13 

Calvert, E. S., 52 

Canipagnola, D., 107 

Camphuysen, D. R., 298 

Camphuysen, G., 29, 107, 204 

Campidoglio, i 

Campo, F. del, 141 (2) 

Canaletto, A., 2, 3 (2), 24, 36, 
55. 63 (2), 128, 129, 135 (2), 
280, 288, 297 (a pair), 299, 
300, 301 (a pair), 305, 306 

Capelle, J. van de, 236 



312 



INDEX. 



Caraud, J., 150 

Caravaggio, 94, 136 

Carboni, G. B., 3, 109 

Cardon, C, 158, 163 

Carmichael, J. W., 61, 189 

Caroli, B., 26 

Carolus, J., 10 

Carracci, A., 67, 189, 236(3) 

Carre, M., 82, 98, 207 

Carter, S., 77 (2) 

Carter, S. J., 133 

Casanova, L., 21 

Cassioli, A., 53 

Castan, E., 10 

Casteels, P., 97 

Castiglione, G. B., 8 

Cattermole, G., 259 (a pair) 

Cav^, J., 150 

Cavedone, J., ig6 

Cawse, J., 1^6, 207 

Cazin, J. C, 211 (4), 287 (5) 

Cecchi, A., 163 

Chambers, G., 53, 181, 184 

(2), 186 
Champagne, P. de, 68, 107, 

128 
Chardin, J. B. S., 31 
Charlton, John, 255 
Chateignon, E., 34, 247 
Chauvel, T., 94 (etching) 
Chavet, V., 87, 275 
Chelminski, Jan, 17 
Chevalier, L., 287 (2) 
Chevilliard, V., 34 
Chysick, R., 92 
Cignani, C, 94, 135, 297 
Cimaroli, G., 67 
Cipriani, G. B., 188 (a pair) 
Claes, P., 94 
Clara, 58 
Claude Lorraine, 63, 97, 188, 

204, 235, 288 

and Miel, Jan, 97 

(after, by G. Maldura), 67 

Clausen, G., A.R.A., 33, 105, 

208 
Clays, P. J., 34, 211 



Clayton, J. E., 23 (2 pictures) 

Cleminson, R., 265 

Clint, A., 185 

Clouet, F., 129, 191 

Clouet School, 135 

Cock, H., 58 

Coello, C, 63 

Coignard, L., 124 (2) 

Cole, A., 4 (2) 

Cole, G., 31, 87, 185, 265 

Cole, Vicat, R.A., 61, 99, 138, 

141, 158, 265 (2), 287, 290 
Coleman, W. S., 17, 21, 105, 

149 (2), 158 
Collier, Hon. J., 141 (3) 
Collins, C, 10, 92 
Collins, Hugh, 11 
Collins, W., R.A., 33 (2), 
208 (2), 265 

(after, by Martin), 14 

Colls, E., II (2) 

Colls, H., 124 

Colonna, M. A., 195 (2) 

Compton, C, 297 

Constable, John, R.A., 3, 13, 
33. 91, 107, 124 (5), 135, 
163 (2), 181 (2), 203, 205 (3), 
208 (4, Humphry Roberts 
sale), 238, 248, 249, 265 (3), 
277 (3). 287 (2) 

Constant, Benjamin, 263 

Conti, Tito, 21, 51, 150(2), 
263, 275 (2), 290 (2) 

Contini, J., 187 

Cooke, E. W., R.A., 61, 63, 
82, 86, 149, 181, 265 

Coomans, J., 150 (a pair) 

Cooper, A., 4 (a pair) 

Cooper, T. S., R.A., 8, 9 (2), 
II, 17(4), 21 (3), 33 (2), 63, 
77(3). 85, 86, 87, 105, 158 
(2), 159 (2), 163 (3), 185, 
186, 236, 248, 251, 255, 259 
(2), 287 

and Creswick, T.,R.A., 

141 

and Lee, F. R., R.A., 62 



INDEX. 



313 



Cooper, W. Sidney, 92 

Cope, C. W., R.A., II, 85 

Copley, J. S., R.A., 2, 3, 55, 
97, 126, 305 

Coques, Gonzales, 2 

Corcos, v., 150 

Cormack, M., 304 

Corot, J. B. C, 17, 34 (3), 
119 (8), 203, 211 (g, Hum- 
phry Roberts sale), 263 (4), 
275 (2), 280, 291 (2) 

Correggio, 189, 236, 268, 306 

Correggio School, 135, 189 

Cortona, P. da, 129, 300 

Costa, G., 17 

Cosway, R., R.A., 190 (2) 

Cotes, F., R.A., 24 (2), 35, 
212, 238 

Cotman, J. S., 33 (2), 119, 
133 (4), 207 (7, Humphry 
Roberts sale), 278 

Cottrell, Wellesley, 186 

Couland, M., 34 

Couldery, H. H., 248 (2) 

Courant, Maurice, 119 (2) 

Courboned, R., 135 

Couture, T., 119 

Couturier, Ph., 60 

Couver, J. van, 17, 21 (2), 
159 (2), 163 (2 pairs), 248 

Cox, D., 33, 53, 93, 181 (3), 
203, 208 (3), 209 (2), 265, 291 

Cranach, L., 2, 58, 130, 191, 

305 
Cranstoun, J. H., 94 
Crayer, Caspar de, 305 
Crealock, J., 265 
Credi, L. di, 55, 82 
Creswick, T., R.A., 85, 87, 
109, 181 (2), 265 (3), 
287 

and Cooper, T. S., R.A., 

141 
Croegaert, G., 17 (a pair), 

163 (2) 
Crofts, E., R.A., 6, 8, 17, 99, 
105, 159 (2), 287 



Crome, J., 4, 6, 27, 31, 36 (3)' 
57, 94, 107 (2), 130 (2), 133 
(2), 135, 212 and 213 (10, 
Humphry Roberts sale), 
237, 238, 265, 278 (3), 288, 
298, 299, 305 

Crome, J. B., 124 (3), 133 (3), 

235 
Cross, J. van, no 
Cruikshank, G., 8 (3) 
Cruikshank, W., 248 
Cull, J. A., 163 
Cunard, W. S., 124 
Cuylemberg, 31, 58 
Cuyp, A., 29, 36, 55, 64 (2), 

190, 203, 204 (2), 279 (2), 

298 
Cuyp, J. G., 190 



D. 



Dahe, M., 66 

Danby, F., A.R.A., 65 

Danby, J., 185 

Danby, T., 85 (2) 

Danckerts, J., 195 

Daniel, J. A., 255 

Danloux, 31 

Dargelas, A. H., 21, 77 

D'Arpino, 301 (2) 

Daubigny, C. F., 34, 119 (4), 

120 (3), 211 (4), 275 
David, G., 58 
David, J. L., 204 
Davis, H. W. B., R.A., 77 (2), 

87, 265, 289 
Dawson, A., 92 
Dawson, H., 6, 12, Z3^ 52, 

53, 63, 87, 237, 248 
Deane, C, 65 (2) 
Deane, W. W., 90 
Decker, C. G., 203 
Decker, F., 52 
Defassin, S., 82 
Delamotte, G., 98 (drawing) 
Delorme, A., 107 



314 



INDEX. 



Delvaux, E., 150 

De Morgan, Evelyn, 103 

Denner, Balthasar, 23 

Detmold, H., 141 

Deutsch, L., 275 (3) 

Devis, A. W., 25, 129 

Diaz, N., 35, 105, 120, 211 

(2), 235, 275, 277, 287 
Dicksee, P., R.A., 265 (2) 
Dicksee, T. F., 265, 290 
Dobson, W., 13, 301 
(after, by Wehrschmidt), 

66 
Dobson, W. C. T., 265 
Docharty, J., A.R.S A., 77, 

251 
Does, van der, 82 (3) 
Dolci, Carlo, 31, 60, 139, 238, 

301 
Domenichino, 67, 128, 189, 
207 (a pair) 

(after, by Silvagni), 67 

Domingo, F., 35, 263 (2) 
Dommersen, C, 87 
Dommersen, W. R., 14 (a 

pair) 
Domsen, 36 
Dongen, D., 195 
Dosso, Dossi, 107 
Dou, Gerard, 67, 297 

(after, by F. Schade), 53 

Douglas, Edwin, 186 
Douglas. See Fettes-Douglas, 

Sir W., P.R.S.A. 
Downard, E. M., 8 
Drew, J. P., 260 
Drolling, M., 299 
Droogsloot, J. C., I 
Drouais, F. H., 25, 26 
Drummond, A., and Caffyn, 

W. W., 92 
Due, Le, 305 
Duck, J., 130 
Duez, E., 120 
Duffield, W.,240 
Duke, A., 21, 163 
Dun, J., 11 



Duncan, E., 138, 265 

Dupre, Jules, 211 

Diirer, A., igo 

Durkser, D., 287 

Dutch School, I (5), 2, 3, 
4 (5). 23 (a pair), 23, 
24, 25, 26 U), 29, 30, 
31 (2), 36 (2), 55, 56, 
57, 58 (3), 83 (2), 94, 
97 (2), 98 (2), 109, no 
(4), 121, 135 (4), 136 
(2), 188, 194, 195 (4), 
203, 205 (set of 3), 207 
(3), 257, 297 (3), 298, 
299 (a pair), 304, 305 
(8), 306 

See Sutherland Sale, 

page 66 

early, 56 

Duveen, B. van, 240 

Duverger, T. E., 10, 17, 77 
(2), 120, 275 (3) 

Dyck, Sir A. van, i, 36, 57, 
67 (2), 108, no, 129, 
194, 196, 203, 205, 235, 
258, 279 (2), 301 (2) 

(after), 3, 14 (2), 56, 

57 (2), 67 (" Charles 
I.," by Stone), 301 (5 
portraits) 

school of, 59, 191, 305 

Dyckmans, J. L., 51 



Earl, G., 62 (4), 159 (3) 
East, Alfred, A.R.A., 259 
Eastlake, Sir C. L., P.R.A., 

181 
Ebersbach, J. D., 163 
Ebert, A., 92 (2) 
Ede, Frederic, 35 
Edwards, Edwin, 133 
Egley, W. Maw, 10 
Eglington, S., 251 
Eisen, 4 



INDEX. 



315 



Eiserman, R., 287 

Ellis, Edwin, 9(2), 14, 17 (2), 
99, 149,254(7), 259 

Elmore, A., R.A., 11 (2), 149, 
181 

Elsheimer, A,, 59, 127, 203 

Elsley, A. J., 21 

Emms, J., 163(2), 186(3) 

Enamels (after Zucchero), 52 

English, early, 2 (4), 3 (3), 4, 
24(2), 25, 26(4), 27 (3), 29, 
31 (5 portraits), 57, 83, 94, 
97 (4), 107, 109, no (2), 
121 (2I, 129 (5 ovals in one 
frame), 130 (2), 133, 135, 
190(2), 194(3). 195(4). 196, 
204 (2), 205 (2), 206, 235, 238, 
278, 299(2), 300, 302, 303, 

304. 305 

English, early. See Suther- 
land Sale. 

Equsquiza, A., 53 

Ernst, R., 8 

Es, J. van, 135 

Esquirel, V., 21 

Etchings on ivory, 58 

Etty,W.,R.A., 65, 121,124(5), 

133, 184, 187, 277(2), 303 
Everdingen, A. van, 107, 301 
Everson, A., 14 
Ewbank, T. J., R.S.A., 94,287 
Eyck, J. van, 3, 4 
Eyck, M. van, 107 
Eyck, van, school of, 104 



F. 

Faed, J., R.S.A., 181, 265 
Faed, T., R.A., 21 (2), 77, 265, 

289 
Falbe, J., 6 
Fantin-Latour, H., 17, 60, 

120 (2), 133, 211, 262 (2), 

263 (2), 264(3), 304 
Farasyn, E., 287 



Farquharson, D., A.R.A., 8, 

17. 105(7), 141(3), 149. 185 
Farquharson, J., A.R.A., 17, 

33 

Farrer, T. C, 53 (3) 

Favres, A., 150 

Favretto, G., 150 

Ferg, P. F, 83(2) 

and Ouwater, J., 188 

Ferguson, D., 159 

Ferrari, Gaudenzio, 128 

Feti, Domenico, 67 

Fettes-Douglas, Sir W., 
P.R.S.A., 52 

Fichel, E., 150, 275 

Fielding, Copley, 3, 2,Z> 140, 
209 (2), 263 

Fildes, Sir Luke, R.A., 77 (3), 
119, 181, 265(3), 291 

Filippo Lippi School, 128 

Fiore, J. del, 26 

Fisher, Mark, g, 153 (a pair), 
249 (2) 

Fisher, T. Melton, 21 

Fitzpatrick, A., 265 

Flameng, F., 35, 150 

Flemish School, 2, 4 (2), 23, 
26, 56, 59 (2), 98 (a pair), 
110(2), 136, 1S8, 203, 236 

Flemish School. See Suther- 
land Sale, page 66 

Flemish School, early, 97, 281 

Fletcher, Blandford, 21 (2), 163 

Flick, E., 120 

Flint, S., 124 

Forbes, Mrs. Stanhope, 248 

Fortuny, M., 211 

Foster, Birket, 61 

Foster, W., 61 

Fouquet, A., 239(2) 

Fourinois, T., 185, 305 

Fox, R., 185 

Fragonard, J. H., 4, 204 

Francis, J. D., 248 

Francks, F., 23, 136, 207, 306 

Eraser, 'Alex., R.S.A., 52, 103, 
287 



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INDEX. 



French School, 4(3), 11, 26, 
29. 31. 36 (2, one a pastel), 
57, 58, 107, 109, 188, 204, 
300 (a pair), 304 

French School. See Suther- 
land Sale, 67 and 68 

Frere, Ed., 6, 77, 93 (3), 124, 
181, 262, 275 (8, S. G. 
Holland Sale) 

Frere, Th., 124 

Frith, W. P., R.A., 10, 17, 63, 
77, 87, 149, 181, 255, 262, 
266(3) 

Frost, W. E., R.A., 149 

Fuess, 54 

Fullwood, J., 21 (2) 

Fyt, Jan, 2, 4, 26, 96, 204, 300, 
305, 306 

(after), 67 



Gadsby, W. H., 9 (2) 

Gael, B., 83 

Gainsborough, Thomas, R.A., 
I, 31, 36, 103, 107 (2), no, 
126, 190, 213 (5), 240 (2), 
266, 278 (5), 300, 304 

(after), 31, 189, 235 

Gainsborough School, 58 

Gale,W., 63(2), 85, 87 

Gallegos, J., 150 

Gallon, R., 21 (2), 159 

Galofre, B., 150 

Garcia, A., 8 (a pair) 

Gardner, D., 238 (2) 

Garland, H., 53 

Garland, V. T., 21, 163 (2) 

Garofalo, 205 

Garrido, E. L., 150 

Gascar, H,, 29, 94, 301 

Gassowski, A. de, 13 

Gautier, Jules, 182 

Gellem, B., 94 

Gerard, Mdlle., 25 

Gerard, Th., 259 



German, early, 94, 238 
German School, 3, 30 (2), 55 

107, 258 
Gessi, F., 83 
Gheraerdts, M., 25 
Ghisolfi, G., 207 
Giermyski, M., 137 
Gilbert, A., 21, 163, 182, 

266 (2) 
Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 61, 77, 

182 
Gill, E., 77, 99, 185 
Gilpin, S., and Barret, G., 195 
Giordano, L., 189 
Giorgione (after), 55 
Giotto School, 128 
Giovannini, 3 
Girardot, E. G., 187 
Giroux, A., 187 (a pair) 
Giuliano, B., 53 
Glendening, A. A., 60, 86, 

159(3). 163, 248 
Glindoni, H. G., 17 (3), 51 
Glover, J., 135 

Godward, J. W., 33 (6), 149 (3) 
Goes, H. van der, 3 
Gomez, S., 190 
Good, T. S., 182 (2) 
Goodall, F., R.A., 8, g, 77 (2), 

99, 105 (2), 119, 149, 248, 266, 

291 
Goodall, W., 62 
Goodwin, A., i^, 61, 208 (12, 

Humphry Roberts sale) 
Gordon, R. J., 60 
Gorter, A. M., 35 
Goupil, J., 150 

Gow, A. C., R.A., 182, 266 (3) 
Goya, F. J., 206(4) 
Goyen, J. van, 25, 56, 130, 

135 ^2), 203, 204 (3), 288, 304 
Gozzoli, B., 107 
Graham, Peter, R.A., 138, 141 
Granacci, F., 26 
Grande, L. le, 108 
Granet, F. M., 187 
Grant, Sir F., P.R.A., 304 



INDEX. 



317 



Gray, W., 2 
Greco, II., 238 
Green, C, 248 
Gregory, E. J., R.A., 9 
Greuze, J. B., 2, 25, 55, 83 (2), 

235 (2), 280, 300 
Greuze (after), 14, 189(2) 
Griffier, J., 25 
Grimshaw, Atkinson, 159,251, 

255(2) 
Grolleron, P., 150 
Grust, T., 163 
Guardi, F., 2 (a pair), 24, 29, 

36, 58, 94 (a pair), 107, no 

(a pair), 204(2), 206 (3), 236, 

280 (3), 300 
Gucht, B. van der, 55, 127 
Gudin, Th., 87 
Guercino, 3, 31, 67, 236, 306 
Guerin, P., 109 
Guido, II, 238, 291 

(after), 14 (2), 67, 96 

Guillon, E., 35 
Gussow, C., 87 



H. 

H., D. v., I 

Haanen, C. van, 17, 35, 211, 

275 (2) 
Haas, J. H. L. de, 6, 53, 150, 

287 (3), 291 
Haaxman, P., 163 
Hagborg, 150 
Hagen, T., 4 
Hague, Anderson, 17, 185 (a 

pair) 
Hale, E. Matthew, 17, 159 
Half night, R., 21 
Hals, Dirk, 24, 36, 130, 299 
Hals, Franz, 280 
Halswelle, Keeley,A. R. S. A., 

138, 141 (3), 149 
Hamilton, J. McClure, 163 
Hamilton, W., R.A., 32, 188 
Hamme, A. van, 11 



Hamza, J., 53 

Hancock, C., 303 

Hannemann, A., 206 

Happel, F., 53 

Harding, J. D., 94 (a pair) 

Hardy, F. D., 6, 186,262, 266, 

287, 289 
Hardy, George, 262 
Hardy, Heywood, 21, 119, 

149(2), 159(2), 263 
Hardy, J., jun., 17, 77 (2), 86, 

99 
Hardy, T, B., 61 (3), 124, 185 
Hare, Harry, 248 (2) 
Hargitt, E., 181 
Harlamoff, A., 35 (2), 137, 

150(2), 263, 275(2), 289 
Harlow, G. H., 25, 35, 194 
Harpignies, H., 35, 86, 105, 

120(3), 211 (2), 212, 275 
Harwood, J., 187 (2) 
Havell, E., 185 
Havell, W., 155, 287 
Havers, Alice, 182 
Haydon, B. R., 66(2) 
Hayes, E., R.H.A., 85, 87, 88, 

90, 259 (3) 
Hayes, H. H., 189 (after 

Greuze) 
Hayes, J., 189 (a pair, after 

Greuze) 
Hayllar, Jessica, 51 
Hayman, F., R.A., 26, 55, 205 
Heda, W. K., 24, 25, 95, 306 
Heem, J. D. de, 2, 14, 107, 

135 
Helmick, H., 88, 138, 186 
Heemskirk, E., 14, 55, 57, 299 
Heere, L. de, 59, 129 
Heffner, H., 287 
Heffner, K., 62, 248, 275 (3) 
Helcke, A., 133 
Heller, F., 124 (2) 
Helon, E., 275 (3) 
Heist, B. van der, 3, 4, 29 (2), 

59, 129, 300 
Hemsley, W., 51, 82, 159 



3i8 



INDEX. 



Hemy, C. Napier, A.R.A., ii, 

138 
Henderson, Cooper, 97 (2 

pairs) 
Hendriks, W., 185 
Henner, H., 52 
Henshaw, F. H., 87, 93 
Herdman, R., R.S.A., 103 
Hermitte, L. L', 212 (2), 263, 

276 (2) 
Hernandez, D., 150 
Herpper, Carl, 17 (2) 
Herring, J. F., sen., i, 33, 53, 

85, 163, i8g (a pair), 289 (3), 

290 
Herring, J. F., 87, 185, 248(2) 
Herring, G. E., 88 
Herrmann, Leo, 275 
Herson, E. J., 248 
Hervier, H., 277 
Heusch, W. de, and Lingel- 

bach, J., 95 
Heuss, F., 65 
Heyligers, A. F., 291 
Heymans, A. J., no 
Highmore, J., 59 
Hilder, R., 57 
Hill, Arthur, 92 
Hill, J. J., 21, 99, 159, 163 
Hill, T., 53 
Hillingford, R., 17, 51, 87, 99, 

105, 159, 291 
Hire, L. de la, 189 
Hobbema, M., 32, 55, 135, 136, 

190, 268, 281 
Hodebert, L., 237 
Hodgson, J. E., R.A., 124 
Hoesslin, G. von, 17(2), 159 
Hoet, G., 55, 107 
Hoffman, L., 82 
Hofland, T. C, 65 
Hofner, J. B., 82 
Hogarth, W., 11, 26, 30, 31, 

95(2), 109, 133 (2), 135, 138, 

194. 303 
Hogarth School, 55 
Holbein, H., 59, 191 (2) 



Holbein School, 279, 298 
Holland, J., 21, 33, 141, 149, 

209 (6, Humphry Roberts 

saleV 266 (12, S. G. Holland 

sale), 277 
Hollman, F., 55 
Holme, A., 64 
Holmes, G. A., 186, 248 
Holt, E. F., 187 
Holyoake, W., 103 
Hondecoeter, G., 240 
Hondecoeter, M. de, 4, 26, 31, 

205, 238, 300, 304, 305 
Hondius, A., 297 
Honthorst, G., 95 
Hoog, Bernard de, 23, 35 
Hooghe, P. de, 279 
Hook, Bryan, 124 
Hook, J. C., R.A., 138, 266(2) 
Hooper, J. Horace, 9 (a pair), 

159(2) 
Hoppner, John, R.A., 3, 23, 

24, 25, 95, 126, 138, 182, 188, 

190, 213, 239 (5), 278 (3), 

299 (2), 300 (2) 
Horlor, G. W., 14, 21 
Horremans, J., 305 
Horsley, J. C., R.A., 52, 85, 

266 (a pair) 
Horst, N. van der, 26 
Hough, W., 21 (2), 22, 163 
Houhtmann, M., 54 
Houston, J. A., R.S.A., 11, 52 
Howard, H., R.A., 36,66, 126, 

187 
Huchtenburg, J. van. Su 

Hughtenburg 
Hudson, T., 3, 25, 31 (2), 95, 

97(2), 130(2), 298 
Huet, L. B., 10 
Huggins, W., 138 
Hughes, E., 82, 258 
Hughtenburg, J. van, i, 31 
Hulk, J. F., 53 
Hulke, A., jun., 133 
Hulme, F. W., 77, 154, 159, 

186, 250 



INDEX. 



319 



Hunt, A. W., iig, 138, 209, 

251 
Hunt, C, 10 

Hunt, Walter, 8, 87, 92, 133 
Hunter, Colin, A.R.A., 9, 13, 

119, 154(2), 289 
Hurlstone, F. Y., 52 
Hurt, L. B., 17, 34(2) 
Huysmans, C, 207 
Huyssen, J., 189 
Huysuni, J. van, 26, 97, 130, 

299 



Ibbetson, J. C, 95, 288, 
299 (2), 304 

and Rathbone, J., 207 (2) 

Imola, I. de, 59 

Inchbold, J. W., 13, 153 

Inskip, J. H., 185 

Inskipp, J., 124 

Isabey, E., 35 (2) 

Israels, J., 17, 35 (3), 120(6), 
137,212(5) 

Italian School, i (3), 23, 26, 
31, 58, 59, 83(4), 98, 107(4], 
108, 189, 194 (3), 204, 205 (2), 
236, 280, 297, 301, 305, 
306 (2) 

See Sutherland Sale, 

page 67 

early, 26, 58 (2) 

Ivory, etchings on, 58 



J- 



Jackson, F. W., 14 
Jackson, Harriet B., 195 
Jackson, J., R.A., 66 
Jacque, Ch., 120, 212 (6), 

275 (2), 287 
Jacquet, C, 150 
Jacquet, G., 150 (4), 275 (2) 
James, D., 17, 254 



Jamesone, G., 135 

Janssens, C, 2, 3, 23, 30, 36, 

55. 57. 95. 108, no, 139, 

279 (2), 281 (2) 
Janssens, H., 25 
Jardin, K. du, 23, 190, 203, 298 
Jeannin, G., 264 
Jeaurat, 4 
Jee, Horace, 266 
Jervas, C, 97 
Jeune, H. le, A.R.A., 8 (3), 

77. 138 
Johnson, C. E., 17, 255, 289 
Johnson, Laura, 18 
Johnston, A., 248 
Jones. See Burne-Jones 
Jones, Sir A. T., P.R.H.A., 

187 (2) 
Jones, Charles, 159, 186 (2) 
Jones, G., R.A., 266 
Jonghe, G. de, 150 
Jopling, L., 9 

Jordaens, J., 55, 95, 135, 306 
Jouvenet, J., 26 
Joy, W., 14 
Jutsam, H., 9 



K. 

Kalf, W., 30 
Kalraat, B. van, 27 
Kauffman, Angelica, R.A., 

55 (2), 96, 97 (a pair), 126(2), 

188, 238 
Kauffmann, Hugo, 276 
Kavel, Martin, 35 
Keeling, M., 299 
Kemm, R., 87, 186 
Kemmendy, E., 163 
Kennedy, E. S., 14 
Kennedy, W. D., 153 
Kennington, T, B., 51, 119 
Kessel, J. van, 127 
Ketel, C, 26 
Keyl, F. W., 266 (3) 
Keyser, T. de, 30 (2), 304, 280 



320 



INDEX. 



Keysher, N. de, 255 

Khnopff, F., 103 

Kidd, W., 8 

Kiesel, Conrad, 87, 150 (3), 

276 (4) 
Kilburne, G. G., 163 
King, Yeend, 18, 22, 60(2), 92, 

159 (4) 
Kitschenreiter, P., 22 
Klerck, 32 
Klombeck, J. B., and Ver- 

boeckhoven, E., 53 
Kneller, Sir G., 30, 32, 55, 

56, 57. 58 (3). 66 (2), 95 

(a pair), 109 (2), no, 126, 

136 (4), 189, 194, 299, 300, 

301 (3), 304 
Knight, J., 14 
Knight, W. H„6(2), 82 
Knowles, G. Sheridan, 18 
Koekkoek, B. C, 263 
Koekkoek, H., 35, 235, 287 
Koekkoek, H. B., 6 
Koekkoek, H. W., 163 
Koekkoek, J. H., 88 
Kolitz, L. (of Dusseldorf), 103 

(a pair) 
Koln, Wilhelm von, 236 
Konig, L. de, 207 
Koninck, Solomon, 195 
Korle, 13 



Laar, p. van, 36, 108 
Lacount, G. G., 65 
Ladbrooke, J. B., 135 
Ladell, Ellen, 18 (2), 87 
Lambinet, E., 153 (2) 
Lamoriniere, P., 276 (3) 
Lance, G., 250 
Lancret, N., 24, 36, 129, 189, 

204 
Lancret School, 182 (2 pairs), 

194 (a pair) 



Landseer, Sir E., R.A., 8, 13, 
51, 86, 126, 266, 289 (2) 

Lanfant, 77 (2) 

Lange, J., 54 (3) 

Langley, W., 250 

Lanzani, Polidoro (after, by 
Teniers), 139 

Largilliere, N., 195 

Larmessin, De. See Lancret, 
N., page 129 

Laroon, M., 58 

Laroux, 299 

Latour. See Fautin-Latour 

Lattens, Jan, and Berchem, 
C.P., 27 

Laud, J. B., 187 

Lavery, John, R.S.A., 34, 103 

Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., 3, 
4, 12, 23, 36, 56, 66, 95 (4), 
96, 108, no, 126 (2), 130 
(picture, and artist's palette 
knife), 135, 139, 195, 235, 
237. 238 (2), 240, 278, 280 (2), 
281, 300 (2). 

Lawrence (after, by H. W. 
Pickersgill, R.A.), 66 

Lawson, Cecil, 119 

Leader, B. W., R.A., 6, 7, 18 
(2), 34 (2), 51, 105 (2), 141 
(2), 159 (3). 185, 186, 251, 
254 (2), 259, 266, 291 (2) 

Lecken, A. B., 305 

Lee, F. R., R.A., 290, 306 

and Cooper, T. S., R.A., 

62 

Leen, W. van, 195 

Leftwich, G. R., 185 

Lehmann, R., 85, 291 

Leighton, E. Blair, 60 (5), 99, 
163 

Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., 13, 
124, 153, 235 (2), 266 

Leitch, W. L., 248 

Lely, Sir P., 25 (2), 30, 56, 
66 (2), 97, 127 (3), 129, 136 
(2), 139, 194, 195, 300 (2), 
301 (2), 305 



INDEX. 



321 



Lely, Sir P. (after, by H. 

Peart), 301 
Leonardo da Vinci, 128, 306 
Leonardo da Vinci School, 135 
Lepine, L., 35 
Lepine, S. , 212 
Leslie, G. D., R.A., 105, 247 
Lesrel, A. A., 150 
Levis, M., 287 
Lewin, S., 105, 159 
Lewis, C. J., 7 (2), 18, 22, 88, 

249 
Lewis, J. F., R.A., 34, 209, 

266 (3) 
Leyden, L. van, 108, 190 
Lidderdale, C. S., 182 
Lilienberg, C, 109 
Linder, P., 182 (a pair) 
Lindo, F., 95 
Lingelbach, J., 32, 298 

and Artois, J., 66 

and Heusch, W. de, 95 

and Verboom, A., 203 

Linnell, J., sen., 7, 18, 53, 63, 

85, loi, 108, 124, 138, 141, 

209, 237, 259, 267 (2), 304 (2) 
Linnell, W., 8, 250, 259, 304 
Lint, H. van, 83 (a pair) 
Lint, P. van, 56 
Linton, Sir James D., 51 
Linton, W., 237, 249 
Liotard, J. E., 128 
Livesay, R., 31 
Llewellyn, W., 149 
Lloyd, Stuart, 18, 259 
Lloyd, Tom, 34 
Lomax, J. A., 159, 255 
Londan, W. Mouat, 235 
Long, E., R.A., 62 (16), 63 (5), 

77. 87 (2), 99, i49> 267 (3) 
Longhi, Luca, 128 
Longhi, P., 108, 129, 189 
Loo, C. van, 189 
Loppe, G., 235 
Lotto, Lorenzo, 128 
Loutherbourg, P. J. de, R.A., 

3, 64, 97, 129 

A J. 



Lowcock, C. F., 163 

Lucas, J. Seymour, R.A., 34, 

53, loi, 247 (2) 
Lucy, C, 134 
Ludovici, A., 13, 60 (2), 92 
Luini, B., 64, 128 (2), 129, 189 
Luker, W., 10, 82 
Lundgren, 103 
Luny, T., 95, 108 
Luytens, Captain, 289 
Lynn, J., 185 



M. 

Mabuse, J. G., 56, 57, 127, 

206, 300 
Macallum, Hamilton, 14, 61, 

85, 254 
Macbeth, R. W., R.A., 9, 209 
McCuUoch, H., R.S.A., 52, 

237, 289 
McFarlane, J., 159 
Mclnnes, R., 85 
Maclise, D., R.A., 103 
Macquoid, P., 267 
McTaggart, W., R.S.A., 53 
Macwhirter, J., R.A., 18, 34, 

62, 154 (2), 185, 287, 289 
Madrazo, R., 150 
Maes, N., 30, 56, 95 (4), 130 

(2), 279 (2), 306 
Maldura, G. (after Claude), 

67 
Malempre, L., 35 
Man, C. de, 67 
Mans, F. H., 95, 195 
Manzoni, P., 95, 239 (2) 
Maratti, C, 189 
Marcke, E. van, 263, 276 
Marieschi, J., 27, 31, 58, 108, 

no, 151, 300, 306 
Maris, J., 120, 212 (4) 
Maris, M., 120 

and Monticelli, A. T. J., 

291 (2) 



322 



INDEX. 



Maris, W., 264 

Marks, H. S., R.A., 138 (2), 

304 
Marshall, B., 305 
Marshall, T. F., 85 
Martens, W., 35 
Mason, G., A.R.A., 13, loi, 

153 (2), 185 (3). 209 
Mason, W. H., 254 
Masriera, A., 150 
Massani, P., 8, 18, 22, 163 
Mastenbrock, J. H., 35 
Matsys, Quentin, 129, 300 
Mauve, A., 18 (3), 22 (2), 100, 
120, 159 (3), 163, 212 (2), 
263, 276, 289 
Mazo, J. B. del, 108 
Meadows, A. J., 14 
Meissonier, J. L. E., 53, 263 
Melby, W., 12 
Memling, H., 108, 298 
Mendham, R., 134 
Mengs, Raphael, 108 
Merle, Hugues, 137, 150, 262 
Merlor, E., 35 
Mesdag, H, W., 291 
Metzmacher, E., 276 (2) 
Metzu, G. (after), 100 (a pair) 

school of, 191 

Meulen, A. van der, 23 
Meyer, H. D., 26 
Michau, T., 298 
Miel, Jan, and Claude Lor- 
raine, 97 
Mierevelt, M. J., i, 30, 59 (2), 

127, 279 
Mieris, F. van, 3, 25, 30 (2), 

56 58 (2) 
Mieris, W. van, 51, 203, 280 
Mignard, P., 128, 303 
Mignon, 91 (2) 
Milesi, A., 100 

Millais, Sir J. E., Bart., 
P.R.A., 9, 53, loi, 124, 138, 
140, 141, 184 (2), 209 (5, 
Humphry Roberts sale), 
240, 267, 277 (2) 



Millar, J. H. C, 22, 163, 287, 

288 
Miller, J., 124 
Millet, J. F., 212 
Milton, J., 304 
Moeyaert, N. C, 135 
Mogford, J., 105 
Mola, P. F., 67 
MolSnaer, J. M., i, 279, 305 
Mol^naer, K., 58, 203 
Molyn, P., 108 
Mommers, H., 238 
Monamy, P., 95 
Montague, A., 100, 267 
Montalba, Clara, 9 
Montefiore, E. B. S., 267 
Montemezzo, A. E., 77 
Monticelli, A. T. J., 103, 120 
(2), 291 

and Maris, M., 291 (2) 

Moor, K. de, 25 
Moore, Albert, 103 (10) 
Moore, H., R.A., 13, 14, 61 (2), 
119 (7), 124 (10), 159, 185, 
209 
Moormans, F., 88 
More, Sir A., 130 
Moreau, Ch., 150 
Moretto, B., 108 
Morgan, Baxter, 92 
Morgan, Fred., 18 
Morgan, J., 22, 85, 88 (2), 159, 

186 (2), 254 
Morland, George, 3, 13, 24, 25, 
26, 31 (2), 36 (2), 57, 58 (2), 
93. 97' 105. 127 (2), 129, 130. 
135 (3). 190, 194(2), 195 (2), 
213 (2), 278 (6), 288, 304, 
306 
Morland, H., 194 
Moroni, G., 108, 128, 305 
Morris, P. R., A.R.A., 186 
Morris, W. Bright, 14 
Moseley, R. S., 11 
Mostaert, Jan, 108 
Moucheron, F., 64, 188 
(figures by A. van de Velde) 



INDEX. 



323 



Moyne, F. le, 128 
Miiller, R. A., 150 

Miiller, M., 54 

Miiller, W., 7 (2), 22, 34 (2), 

52 (2), 63, 93, 100, 134, 209, 

237. 249, 264, 267 (2), 277 

(3), 288 
Mulready, A. E., 248 (a pair), 

291 
Mulready, W., R.A., 7, 209 
Munger, G., 263 (2), 288 (3) 
Munier, E., 150 
Munkacsy, M., 103 
Munthe, L., 11, 105 
Mura, P., 120 (2) 
Murillo, B. E., 56, 63, 131, 

188 (3), 205, 206 (2), 299 
Murillo (after), 11 (2) 
Murray, David, R.A., 119 
Murray, T., 66 
Musin, P., 186, 187 
Musscher, M. van, i, 23 
Mytens, D., 95 (2), 194 



N. 



Nahl, C, 53 

Nain, A. and L. le, 189, 240 

Naiven, M., 23 (a pair) 

Nasmyth, A., 3, 25, 95, 124 

Nasmyth, J., 300 

Nasmyth, P., 7 (4), 26, 36, 93, 
125, 127, 182, 196, 203, 204, 
205 (2), 207, 213 (3), 267 (6, 
S. G. Holland sale), 305 (2) 

Nattier, J. M., 5 (2), 11 (a 
pair) 

Neefs, Peter, 2, 51, 64, 109, 
188 (2) 

Neer, A. van der, 3, 25, 97, 
136, 203, 207, 280 

Netscher, Caspar (after, by 
P. Sturm, 53) 

Netscher, G., 30, 56, 58, 59, 
96, 97 (a pair), 127 (a pair), 
203, 207 (a pair), 238 



Neubert, L., 276 
Neuhuys, A., 120, 264 
Neuhuys, Jan, 18, 62, 291 
Neuhuys, Josef, 262 
Neuville, B., 35 
Newton, G. S., R.A., 125 
Nibbs, R. H., 14 
Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., 52 (3), 
63, 85, 251, 288 

and Bannantyne, J., 93 

Niemann, E. J., 88, 92, 105, 

159, 186, 288 
Noble, J. S., 92, 186 
Noel, Jules, 77 
Nono, L., 150, 276 
Normann, A., 250 
North, J. W., A.R.A., 103 (3), 

104 (4), 288 
Northcote, J., R.A., 3, 36 (2), 

139, 190, 238 
Norwich ochool, 7 (a pair), 

25> 31 (2), 32. 57. 58 (2), 104, 

no, 135 
Nuzi, Allegretto, 195 



O. 



Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., 18, 86, 

125, 138, 163, 388 (2) 
Ochtervelt, J., 129 
O'Connor, J. A., R.H.A., 13, 

141 (2), 149 (a pair) 
Oggiono, Marco d', 204 
O' Kelly, Aloysius, 276 (6) 
OUver, W., 7 (3), 18, 22 (4), 

77. 149 (3). 159 (2), 160 (6), 

163 (6) 
Ommerganck, B. P., i 
O'Neil, H. N., A.R.A., 85, 

267 (2) 
O'Neill, G. B., 7 (2), 18, 85, 

182, 186 
Oost, J. van, 23, 30 
Opie, J., R.A., 24, 25, 30, 31, 

57. 97. 129, 139, 195, 204, 

235. 279, 298 



324 



INDEX. 



Orchardson, W. Q., R.A., 34, 
209 and 210 (4, Humphry- 
Roberts sale), 267 (2), 278 

Orley, B. van, 57, 108, 191 

Os, Jan van, 95 

Ostade, Adraen van, i, 24, 26, 
58, 108 (2), 109 (2), no, 203, 
240, 297, 299, 305 

Ostade, I. van, 203 

Oudry, J., 5, 96, 204 

Ouless, W. W., R.A., 185 (3) 

Ouwater, J., and Ferg, P., 
188 

Ower, P. ten., 190 



Padovanino. See Varotari 

Pagis, 95 

Palamedes, A., 25, 26, 299 

Palma, 83 

Panicale, Masolino da, 83 

Pannini, P., 3, 11, 95 (2), 304, 

207, 301 
Paoletti, A., 51 
Paris, Bordone, 82 

(after), 102 

Park, Stewart, 104 
Parker, H. P., 288 
Parmigiano, 236 

(after), 67 

Parrott, W., 267 (2) 
Parry, J., 64 
Parsons, A., A.R.A., 141 
Parton, Ernest, 9, 18, 22 (2), 

62, 160 (3), 163 (2) 
Patel, A. T., 68 
Pater, J. B. J., 135 
Paterson, J., A.R.S.A., 104 (2) 
Paton, Sir J. Noel, R.S.A,, 104 
Patten, G., A.R.A., 304 
Paul, J., 279 
Pavy, Ph., 5 (3) 
Payton, J., 105 
Pearl, P., 33 



Peart, H., 301 (after Lely) 
Peel, J., 164, 186 (2), 248, 259, 

288 
Peeters, B., 299 
Pellazes, J., 35 
Penny, van der, 207 
Peppercorn, A. D., 34 (3) 
Perboyre, E., 263 
Percy, S. R., 85, 248 

and Shayer, W., log 

Permain, L. E., 104 

Perrault, L., 22 

Perugini, C. E., 138 

Perugini, Kate, 53 

Perugino, V., 236 

Peters, Rev. W., R.A., 4, 24, 

129, 306 
Peters (after), 4 
Pethar, S., 207 
Pether, A., 108 (2) 
Pether, H., 187 
Petrini, Gian, 204, 298 
Pettie, J., R.A., 138, 154 (2), 

164, 267, 278 
Pettitt, E. A., 186 
Pettitt, J. P., 7 (2) 
Philip, J., R.A., 12 (2), 63, 93, 

119 (2), 149, 250, 267, 278 
Philips, Herman, 150 
Phillips, T., R.A., 66 
Piancees, L., 150 
Piazeta, G. B., 108 
Pickersgill, F. R., R.A., 105 
Pickersgill, H. W., R.A. (after 

Lawrence), 66 
Pilleau, H., 276 
Pinturicchio, B., 194, 205 
Pinwell, G. J., 210, 248 
Plot, A., 22 
Pistoja, school of, 190 
Placido, F., 109 
Plassan, E., 150 
Platzer, J. G., 136 (a pair) 
Poelenburgh, C, 95, 288 
Poingdestre, C. H., 78 (2) 
Pollack, L., 65 (3) 
Pontorino, 195 



INDEX. 



325 



Poole, P. F., R.A., 82, 88, 93, 

235 

Poorter, W. de, 57 

Pordenone, 67 

Pott, L. J., 85, 106, 149, 267, 

288 
Potter, Paul, 279 
Pourbus, 127 (2) 
Poussin, G., 30, 56, 97, 235 (2) 
Poussin, N., 3, 24, 31, i8g (2), 

297, 299, 301 (2) 
Poynter, Sir E. J., P.R.A., 

104, 235 
Prado, B. del, 56 
Price, J., 88 
Priestman, B., 125 
Prindelberger, S., 164 
Prinsep, Val. C, R.A., 153 
Pritchett, E., 164, 267 
Proctor, A. E., 248 (3) 
Provis, A., 259 
Prud'hon, P., 135 
Pujol, C, 22 
Puteani, P., 18 
Pye, W., 14 
Pyne, J. B., 13, 18 (2), 87, 100 

{2), 106, 160 (2), 260 (2), 288 

(2), 290 



QUADRONE, J., 108 

Quast, p., 108 
Qurst, E., 92 



R. 

Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., 95 (2), 
190 (2), 194 (2), 195, 206, 
213, 238, 279 (5), 281 (2), 
298, 300, 305 

(after), 57 



Raeburn School, 95 
Raffaello Sanzio, 67, 128, 
236 

(after), 67, 236 

Ragon, A., 14 
Ramos, Garcia Y., 150 
Ramsay, A., 26, 36, 95 
Rankley, A., 85 
Raoux, J., 26, 36 
Raphael. See Raffaello 
Rathbone, J., and Ibbetson, 

J. C, 207 (2) 
Raven, J. S., 185 
Ravesteijn, N. van, 95 (a 

pair) 
Ravestein, J. van, 26, 30, 196, 

280 
Reed, W. T., 51 
Reid, J. R., 9(2) 
Reinagle, P., R.A., 3 
Reinhart, C. S., 12 (2) 
Reinhold, B., 54 
Reiniolds, C, 182 
Rembrandt van Ryn, 95, 127 
(2), 129, 130(2), 203, 205, 
279 (2), 297 (2), 299 

(after), 83, 108 

Rembrandt School, 306 
Reter, J., 10 

Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., 4, 
23, 24, 26, 27, 36, 64, 108 
(2), 109, 127 (4), 129, 139 
(2), 190,194, 196(2), 205, 
213,235,240,279(3), 280, 
298 (2), 299, 300 (2), 304, 

305 

(after), 14, 121, 135 

Rheberg, 65 

Rhys, Oliver, 164 (3) 
Ribera, J., 206 (2), 301 
Ribera, R., 151 
Ricci, A., 18 
Richards, R. P., 185 (2) 
Rigaud, H., 128, 195 
Rigaud, J. F., R.A. 66 
Rinaldi, G., 151 
Ritchie, ]., 12 



326 



INDEX. 



Rivas, A., 22 
Rivers, Leopold, 259 
Riviere, Briton, R.A., 78, 105, 

138, 210, 267 (2) 
Roberts, D., R.A., 9, 93 (2), 

249, 288 
Roberts, E., 22 
Rocca, Andrea, 238 (4) 
Rodeck, C, 276 (2) 
Roelofs, A., 35 
Roestraten, P., 30, 195 
Roffe, A., iig 
Rogers, P. H., 65 
Rolfe, H. L., «6 (2) 
Romerswale, M. van, 188 
Romeyn, W. van, 188 
Romney, G., 25, 57, 96, 127, 

129, 130 (4), 190, 205, 206, 

213, 238, 279 (2), 280 (2), 

300, 303, 304, 305 
Rondel, H., 151 (2) 
Rongier, Jeanne, 276 
Rosa, S., 7, 95 (2), 128, 189 
Rossetti, D. G., 104, 237 
Rossi, A. M., 18, 160 
Rossum, J. van, 96 
Rottenhammer, J., 59, 121, 

203 
Rousseau, Th., 35, 212 
Roux, C, 78 

Rubens, P. P., 3, 67, 97, 127 
(2), 164, 204, 205 (2), 
279, 299 
(after), 82, 299 (by J. 

Ward, R.A.), 306 
Rubens School, 194 
Ruffo, M., 288 
Russel, J., R.A., 36, 238 (a 

pair) 
Ruysch, R., 30, 288, 306 
Ruysdael, J. van, 30, 64, 97, 

no, 135, 195, 203 (2), 236, 

280, 288, 300, 305 
Ruysdael, S. van, i, 280 
Ryckaert, D., 2, 108, 305 
Ryley, C. R., 151 
Rysbrack, G., 306 



S. L., 14 

Sabatini, I., 18(2), 22(2) 
Sadee, Ph., 137, 151, 276 
Saftleven, H., 203 
Sainton, C, 62, 267 
Salmson, Hugo, 151 
Saltmer, F. A., 14 
Sampson, J. H., 14 
Sanders, J., 26 
Sandys, F., 104 
Sant, J., R.A., 92, 106, 149, 

182, 259 
Santoro, R., 151, 160, 164(2) 
Santvoort, D. van, 108, 279 
Sarto, A. del, 31, 67, 194, 204 
Sartorius, F., 302 
Sartorius, J., 24, 25, 96 
Sassoferrato, 55 
Saunier, N., 12 
Savry, H., 88 
Schafer, H. T., 120, 151 (3), 

263 
Schalcken, G., 108, 207 
Scharf, G., 56 
Schelfhout, A., 289 
Schendel, P. van, 62, 248 (2) 
Schiavone, 25, 30, 236 
Schleich, R., 82 
Schlesinger, H., 62, 187, 289 
Schouman, A., 299(5) 
Schovaerdts, M., 97 
Schreiber, C., 35 
Schut, C, and Seghers, D., 3 
Schutz, C. G., 51 
Scifoni, A., 276 (2) 
Scorel, van, 108 
Scott, Alex., 235 (a pair), 237 
Scott, S., 58, no, 299 
Seeman, E., 109 
Seghers, D., 25, 297 (a pair) 
— — and Schut, C., 3 
Segoni, A., 53 
Seignac, C., 35 
Seignac, P., 78 
Seiler, C., 276 



INDEX. 



327 



Semenowsky, E., 18(2), 22 (4), 

160(7), 164(5)1263 
Senet, R., 141 
Serra, Enrique, 151 (3) 
Serres, A., 92 
Serres, D., R.A., 298 
Serres, J. T., 97, 121 
Shalders, G., 160 (a pair) 
Shaw, Walter J., 138, 267 
Shayer, W., sen., 22, 31, 34, 

62 (2), 86, 96, 108, 185 (2), 

186, 237, 248, 251, 288(2) 
Shayer, W., and Percy, S. R., 

109 
Shee, Sir M. A., P.R.A., 56 
Sherrin, D., 164 
Sidauer, H. le, 212 (7) 
Sidley, S., 267 
Siennese School, 108 
Signorelli, L., 189 
Silvagni (after Domenichino 

and Guido), 67 
Simoni, G., 151 
Small, W., 9, 138 
Smirke, R., R.A., 2 
Smith, Carlton A., 61 
Smith, G. (of Chichester), 63, 

85, 207 
Smith. J. B., ID, 12 
Smythe, L. P., A.R.A., 9 
Snyders, Franz, i, 14, 30 (2), 

31. 302 
Soden, J., 5 (4) 
Soeur, Le, E., 300 
Solario, A., 130 
Solimena, F., 108, 236 
Solomon, A,, 62, 63 (2), 125, 

267 
Solomon, S. J., A.R.A., 304 
Somer, P. van, 236 
Soulacroix, F., 22 (2) 
Spanish School, 59 (2), 68 

(Sutherland sale), 206 
Spinks, T., 53 (2) 
Sprague, E., 259 
Spring, A., 120 
Springer, C, 88 



Springer, F., 78 

Stack, 64 

Stanfield, Clarkson, R.A., 7, 

61 (2), 63, 65 (5), 85, 88, 100, 

185, 267 
Stanfield, G. C, 8 
Stanhope, R. Spencer, 104 
Stannard, J., 290 
Stannus, A. C, 14 
Stark, J., 7 (4), 36, 51, 52, 93, 

108, 140, 205 (2), 210 (10, 

Humphry Roberts sale), 

267 (4), 288, 304 
Steelink, W., 160 
Steen, 64 

Steenwyck, H., 3, 23, 58 
Steffelaar, J., 88 
Stevens, Alfred, 185 
Stevens, J. D., 288 
Stewart, J. L., 149 
Stocks, W. F., 14 
Stokes, Adrian, 153 (2) 
Stone, H. (after Dyck, Sir A. 

van), 67 
Stone, Marcus, R.A., 269, 270 
Storck, A., I, 2, 207, 288, 305 
Stothard, T., R.A., 34, 56, 

299 
Stott, Edward, A.R.A., 119, 

210 
Strauch, L., 59 
Streitt, F., 276 
Stretton, P. E., 22 (2) 
Stroehling, P. E., 187 
Strudwick, J. M., 290 (2) 
Strutt, A. W., 22 
Stry, J. van, 2, 30, 96 
Stuart, C, 106, 141, 160 
Stuart, G. (after), 2 
Stubbs, G., R.A., 31, 97 (2), 

302, 304 
Surtees, J., 182 
Swan, J. M., R.A., 134, 310(2), 

291 
Swift, Kate, 182 
Swoboda, R., 151 
Syer, J., 88(4) 



328 



INDEX. 



Tadema. See. Alma-Tadema. 

Taussens, P., 203 

Taylor, L. Campbell, 210 (14, 
Humphry Roberts sale) 

Teniers, D., 3, 7, 24, 25, 36, 
57, 58, 64 (4), 83, 108, 
127, 130 (2), 139 (3, one 
each after Lanzani, 
Titian, and Tintoretto), 
188, 195 (4), 203, 204, 
240 (2), 288, 297 (2), 299 
(3). 305> 306 

and Artois, 13 

Tenkate, H., 12, 87, 151 

Tenkate, J. M., 248 

Tenkate, M., 22 

Tennant, Dorothy, 235 

Tennant, J., 7 

Terburg, G., 59, 129 (2), 135, 
205, 240 

Ternante, A. L. de, 278 

Thangue, H. H. la, A.R.A., 62 

Thaulow, Fritz, 212 

Therion, V., 53 

Thorn, J. C, 92, 249 

Thompson, Rev. J. (of Dud- 
dingston), 26, 278 

Thors, J., 85, 86, 164 

Tiepolo, G. B., 128, 131 (2), 
258, 299 

Tilborch, G., 97, 204 

Tinelli, C. T., 238 

Tintoretto, 108, 129, 204, 306 

(after, by Teniers), 139 

Tissot, J. J., 35, 151(2) 

Titian, 23, 67 

(after), 82, 139 (2, by 

Teniers), 189 

Tito, E., 289 

Tivoli, R. da, 83 (3) 

Tobler, V., 164 

Todt, Max, 276 

Tofano, E., 35, 151 

Tom, J. B., 88 

Tommasi, Adolfe, 276 



Tonge, R., 52 (3), 288 
Topham, F. W., 100, 119, 160, 

186, 251 
Torres, A., 35 
Toudouze, E., 151 
Toulmouche, A., 51 
Towne, C, 64 (2), 207, 288, 

304 (2) 
Traver, H., 258 
Travers, G., 12 (2) 
Trayersar, E., 92 
Troubetskoy, P., 120(3), 235 
Troyon, C., 35 (2), 120 (2), 

212(4), 263, 276(2), 278 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., 125, 

140, 210, 267, 268, 278 (5), 

288, 304 
Turner, W. A., 14 



U. 

Ulft, J. van, 291 
Umbrian School, 59 
Unterberger, F. R., 8, 164 



V. 

v., E., 87 (" An Amusing 

Tale ") 
Vandeverdonck, F., 182 
Varotari, 67 
Vastagh, Geza, 35, 276 
Vecchio, Palma, 67, 306 
Velasquez, D., 2, 206 (2), 238, 
279(3), 302 

(after), 14, 51 (2), 63 (by 

E. Long, R.A.) 
Velde, A. van de, 51, 203, 204, 

207 
Velde, A. van de. Sec Mou- 

cheron, F., 188 
Velde, W. van de, 2, 26, 30, 

83. 96, 135, 236,238,240,288 
Venetian School, 108, 301 
Venetiano, Carlo, 205 



INDEX. 



329 



Venne, A. van der, 131 
Verboeckhoven, E., 2, 5 (4), 8, 

18 (2), 52, 63 (3), 85, 

137.263(3) 

(after), 4 

and Klombeck, J. B., 

53 
Verboeckhoven, L. C, 22 
Verboom, A. H., 96 
Verboom, A., and Lingelbach, 

J-, 203 
Verheyden, I., 51 (2) 
Verhoesen, A., 5 
Vermeulen, A., 300 (2), 306 
Vernet, J., 64 (2), 141, 151, 

189 (2), 288, 297, 301 (2), 306 
Vernon, E., 164 
Vernon, P., 248 
Veronese, P., 67 (2), 108, 121, 
128, 195, 236 

(after), 67 

Versproncic, C. J., 59 
Verstralen, A., 134 
Vertin, P. G., 82, 185, 187 
Vestier, 134 

Veyrassat, J., 78 ('2), 288 
Vickers, A., 88 (4), 93 (2), 106, 

160(3), 288(2) 
Victors, Jan, 30, 83 
Vigee-le-Brun, Madame, 206 
Ville, V. de, 259 
Vincent, G., 7 (2), 18, 36, 108, 

164, 213, 268(3), 278 
Vinck, 2 

Vinckebooms, D., 57 (2), 195 
Vinea, P., 22, 151 (2), 263 
Vitelli, G. van, 56 
Vivarini, A., 135 
Viviani, O., 240 
Vliet, H. C. van der, 96 
VoUerdt, J. C, 51 
Vollon, A., 120(2) 
Volterra, D. da, 108 
Voltz, P., 92 
Vonck, J., 299 
Voson, D., 206 
Voys, A. de, 108 



Vries, R. de, 207 
Vrolyk, Jan, 22 



W. 



Walbourn, E., 34(2), 160 
Waldorp, A., 14 
Walker, Eaton, 92 
Walker, P., A.R.A., loi, 210 
Walker, R., 56 
Waller, S. E., 255 
Walscapelle, J., 109 
Walters, G. S., 14, 22, 61, 134, 

268 
Walton, Prank, 134 (3), 185, 

248 
Wane, R., i5o, 249 
Ward, E. M., R.A., 13, 63,291 
Ward, Mrs. E. M., 85 
Ward, J., R.A., 108, 125, 207, 

249, 278, 299 (after Rubens), 

303 (3) 
Wardle, Arthur, 18, 149 
Warne- Browne, 92 (2 pairs on 

two panels) 
Warren, E. G., 92 (a pair), 160 
Warren, W. J., 14 
Wastey, H., 185 
Waterhouse, J. W., R.A., 9, 

288 
Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., 9 
Watson, J. D., 7, 12, 160, 251 
Watson, R., 160(2), 164(4) 
Watson, W., 18, 34,82, 160(5) 
Watson, W. R. C, 34(2) 
Watteau, A., 129, 238 
Watts, P. W., 12, 53, 96, 164, 

187 
Watts, G. P., R.A., 104 (3), 

138, 210(2), 235, 268 
Webb, Archibald, 134 
Webb, Byron, 188 
Webb, James, 7 (a pair), 18, 

51 (2), 78, 88 (4), 186, 251, 

262 
Weber, A., 35 



330 



INDEX. 



Weber, Otto, loo, 153 (3), 

164(2) 
Webster, A. G., 210 
Webster, T., R.A., 188(4) 
Weekes, W., 88, 164 
Weenix, Jan, 2 
Weenix, J. B., the yotmger, 2, 

25. 30 (2), 96, 196, 204, 238 (2), 

240, 305 
Weguelin, J. R., 268 
Wehrschmidt, Emil (after 

Raeburn), 57, (after Dob- 
son), 66 
Weigall, H., 235 
Weiland, J., 18, 35, 86, 120, 160 
Weiss, J., 35, 263 
Weissenbruch, J. H., 212 
Werff, A. van der, 4, 24 (2), 25, 

31, 51, 108, 236 
Werner, A. F., 78 
West, B., P.R.A., 14, 139 
Westall, R., R.A., 56, 66 (2) 
Westerbeek, C, 12, 14, 247, 

250 
Wette, F. de, 127 
Weyden, R. van der, 203 

Wheatley, F., R.A., 25, 56(3), 

109, 121, 205, 299 (a pair) 
Wheeler, J. A., sen., 8 
Whistler, J. M., 104 
White, Harold, 57 (3, and 2 

etchings) 
White, S. C., 298 (a pair) 
Wijsbrach, W., 96 
Wilda, Ch., 276 (4) 
Wilkie, Sir David, R.A., 13, 

96, 109, 138, 185, 240, 278 
Willaerts, J. S., 238 
Willcock, G. B., 13 
Williams, A. W.,9, 164 (a pair) 
Williams, E. C, 12 (a pair), 

18, 22, 303 
Williams, Edwin, 164 
Williams, Haynes, 290 
Williams, W., 14 
Willis, H. B., 13, 92 
Willison, G., 96 



Wilson, J., 235 

Wilson, J. J., 12, 18, 56, 78(2), 

90, 93 (3). 96 (10), 109, 125, 

182 
Wilson, J. Watney, 247 
Wilson, R., R.A., 27, 56 (3), 

58, 64, 97, 109, 153,195,204, 

205, 207, 213, 235 (3), 279, 

298, 299, 306 
Wilson, Stanley, 92 
Wimperis, E. M., 248, 250 
Wimperis, S. M., 18, 22 
Windus, W. L., 52 
Wint, P. de, 34, 57, 61, 125, 

210(3), 278 (2) 
Wit, J. de, 59, 67, 127, 299, 

302 (4) 
Witel, G. van, 52 
Witherington, W. F., R.A., 186 
Witte, E. de, 30, 96, 280 
Witte, G. de, 109, 205 
Wohlgemuth, M., 121 
Wolstenholme, D., 32, 248 
Wood, C. M., 61 
Wood, J., 235, 304(2) 
Wood, L. J., 14 
Woods, Henry, R.A., 186, 

268 (2) 
Woodville, R. Caton, 8, 61 
Wootton, J., 66(2), 96 
Worms, J., 263 
Worrell, A. B. van, 2 
Woutermartens, E., 85, 289 
Wouverman, Ph., 2, 25, 26, 

36, 109, 129, 135, 136 (2), 

203, 207, 280, 297, 300 
Wright, J. (of Derby), 64, 109, 

190 
Wyld, W., 85 

Wyllie, C. W., 100(2), 185, 248 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., 8, 18, 

100(9), i54> 248, 289(6) 
Wynants, Jan, 12, 96 (2), 109, 
190, 203, 280 (2), 297, 
306 

(after). See Bellini, 13 

WysmuUer, H. J., 153 



INDEX. 



331 



Yates, Fred., 125 



Z. 

Zampighi, E., 160 

Ziem, F., 35, 120 

Zimmermann, R., 54 

Zoffany, J., R.A., 27, 56, 190 

Zoffoli, A., 22 

Zorg, H. M., 297 

Zuccarelli, P., R.A., 25, 194, 
300 

Zucchero, F., 59, 96 

(after), 52 (" Queen Eliza- 
beth" and "Lord Bur- 
leigh," by H. Bone, R.A., 
enamels) 

Zucchero School, 24, 298 

Zurburan, F., log 

Zwengauer, 78 (2) 



Anonymous. 

" Adam and Eve," 258 

" Adoration of the Magi," 236 

" Cavalry " and " A Sketch for 

the Bucentaur" (Sutherland 

sale), 65 
Cecil, Robert, first Earl 

of Salisbury, portrait of 

(Sutherland sale), 66 
"Charles II. and his Chap- 
lain," 98 
" Chaucer," 98 

Cibber, Mrs., portrait of, 268 
" Coast Scene," 25 
" Coliseum, The," and " The 

Forum Romanum " (a pair), 

82 
" Cows, Donkeys, and Sheep," 

and two " Landscapes," 305 
Cromwell, Earl of Essex, 

portrait of (Sutherland 

sale), 66 



Dauphine, mother of Louis 
Seize, portrait of (Suther- 
land sale), 67 
" Dryden, John," 301 
Dudley, Robert, Earl of 
Warwick and Duke of 
Northumberland, portrait 
of (Sutherland sale), 66 
" Edge of a Lake " (sale, 27th 

Jan., igo8j, 56 
"Edward VI. presenting 
Letters Patent to John a 
Lasco," 98 

" Flowers, Fruit, and Still Life 
in a Garden," 203 

Fox, Richard, Bishop of Win- 
chester, portrait of, 55 

"Fruit and Bird's Nest" and 
" Head of a Man '' (Lovatt 
sale), 6, 

"Group of Merrj'makers," 207 

" Gunpowder Plot, The," 258 

" Head of a Gentleman " 
(Dutch school), 188 

" Head of a Girl," 187 

" Head of a Man " and " Fruit 
and Bird's Nest" (Lovatt 
sale), 6 

" Head of a Young Girl," 235 

" Head of Game,'' 97 

" Heads of the Saviour," 98 

" Hebe," 185 

" Henry VIII.," 188 

" Highland Loch, A," 187 

" Holy Family," 127 

" Holy Family," 238 

" Holy Family, with Angels, 
at Bethlehem," 102 

" Huntsman and Hounds," 

254 
"James I., Head of," 121 
"Jonson, Ben," 300 
" Kitchen, with a Cook, etc." 

(Dutch school), 188 
" Lady in White Dress and 

a Gentleman bound with 

Chains," 236 



332 



INDEX. 



" Lady, as a Bacchante," 

204 
"Landscape," 188, 207, 287, 

305 (2) 
" Last Communion of the 

Magdalen, The" (Italian 

school), 189 
" Limerick Piper, The," 187 
" Madonna and Child, The," 

236 
" Market-place at Calais," 207 
" Mars, Venus, Cupid, and 

Time " (Italian school), 

189 
" Mary of England," 188 
Mary, Queen of Scots, por- 
trait of, 191 
" Monsieur Yeaman," 98 
" Mountainous Landscape," 4 
" Nativity, The " (Italian 

school), 189 
Nelson, Lord, portrait of, 55 
" Peasant Children " (Mrs. 

Sharp sale), 9 
Petrarch, Franciscus, portrait 

of, 139 
PortfoUos, »3 (2) 
" Portrait of a Child," 187 
" Portrait of a Gentleman " 

(Sir George Dashwood 

sale), 23 
" Portrait of a Gentleman," 

138 (2) 
" Portrait of a Gentleman " 

and " Portrait of a Young 

Man" (a pair of pastels, 

French school), 139 
*' Portrait of a Lady," 134 
" Portrait of a Lady," 138 (2) 
" Portrait of a Lady," 188, 191, 

238 
" Portrait of a Youth " and 

" Portrait of a Lady," 109 
" Portrait of an Officer," 203 
" Portrait of Princess 

Hariette, Daughter of 

Louis XV.," 268 



Portraits (9, no artists' names, 
sale 29th Feb., 1908), 98 

" Portraits of a Lady and 
Gentleman," 257 

" Portraits of a Peer and 
Peeress," 187 

" Poultry in a Landscape " 
(Sowerby heirlooms sale), i 

" Rabbi, A reading," 305 

Radcliffe, Thomas, third Earl 
of Sussex, portrait of 
(Sutherland sale), 66 

" Raleigh, Sir Walter," 300 

" Repose in Egypt, The" 
(Italian school), 189 

" Richard III.," 188 

" River Scene " and " Water- 
ing Horses " (Wattenbach 
sale), 54 

" Rocky River Scene," 53 

" Roman Ruins, with Carriages 
and Figures," 13 

" Roman Soldier receiving a 
Cinerary U rn from a Vestal " 
(W. Rome sale), 29 

Rome. See page 82 ("The 
Coliseum," etc.) 

" St. Catherine," 236 

" St. Michael's Mount," 135 

Shore, Jane, portrait of, 191 

" Spaniels and Pheasant, ' 254 

" Swiss River Scene," 287 

"Two Monks," 236 

"Two Pointers," 254 

" Triptych with the Cruci- 
fixion in the centre," 281 

" Triptych with the Madonna 
and Child, with Saints in 
the Centre," 280 

"View near the Coast," 31 

Washington, portrait of, 297 

" Watering Horses " and 
" River Scene " (Watten- 
bach sale), 54 

Wellington, Duke of, portrait 
of (F. Manuelle sale), 11 

" Wellington, The Duke of," 56 



INDEX. 



333 



Wombwell, Colonel, Portrait 
of, 239 

"Woody Landscape" (En- 
glish School), 204 

" Woody River Scene," 56 



York, Cardinal, portrait ot 
(Lord Young's sale), 94 

"Young Boy, A," 134 

" Young Cooks " (French 
School), 188 



DRAWINGS. 



Absolon, J., 89 (2), 90, 155 

Achen, van, 223 

Achini, 247 

Affleck, W., 19, 157, 161 

Aldridge, F. J., 161 

Alexander, W., 193 

Aiken, H., 31 (4), 176 (several), 

258 (album of sketches) 
AUingham, Helen, 15 (2), 74, 

100, 137, 152, 155, 184,214, 

230, 231 (2), 252, 259, 269 

(4), 273 (2) 
AUom, T., 50 (2), 94 (4), 231 
Alma-Tadema, Sir L., K.A., 

loi, 271 (2) 
Andrews, G. H., 79, 155 
Angell, H. Coleman, 79 (6), 

148 (3), 247 (2), 273 
"Ape," 230 ("Sir Morrell 

Mackenzie") 
Armfield, G., 249 
Aston, C. R., 178 (2) 
Atalaya, 148 
Aubiniere, G. M. de 1', 91 

(4), 246 (2) 
Aumonier. J., 231 — 251 
Aureli, G., 15 
Austin, S., 178 (4), 193, 258, 

289 

B. 

Bach, Guido, 273 (4), 290 
Backhuizen, L., 223, 230 



Baker, S. H., 6 (2) 

Ball, Wilfrid, 100 

Bandinelli, B., 225 

Bardill, R. W., 19 (5), 161 (10) 

Barnard, F., 178 

Baroccio, F., 225 (3), 229 

Baron, H., 80 

Barret, G., 89, 92 (3), 117, 
122(4), 157(3). 178 (5). 214, 
251, 261 (2), 269 (7), 277 (2), 

303 
Barret, G., jun., 15 (2) 
Bartolozzi, F., R.A., 126 (2), 

178, 222 
Barton, Rose, 122, 273 
Bassano, 225 
Bates, David, 15 (2) 
Baxter, C, 249 
Baxter, G., 231 
Beach, E. G., 19 (2), 161 (3) 
Beaumont, E. de, 79 (4) 
Beavis, R., 74, 137, 258 
Beck, J. W., 258 
Bejarano, M. C., 274 
Bennett, W., 11,28 (2), 50, 89, 

153, 231,273 
Benouville, A., 79 (2) 
Bentley, C, 28, 79, 89, 178 (2), 

193, 303 
Benwell, J. A., 15, 61, 157, 246 
Berghem, N., 223 
Beverley, W. R., 249 
Bibiena, F. da, 226 
Bingley, J. G., 161 (2) 
Birtles, H., 19, 251 
Biseo, C, 118 



334 



INDEX. 



Bisschop, Kate, 79 
Blake, W., 258 
Blanchard, R., 89 
Blatherwick, C., 178 
Blatherwick. L., 102 (2) 
Blommers, B. J., 252, 274 
Bloom, van, 223 
Bologna, G. di, 229 
Bompiani, C, 19 
Bonheur, Rosa, 74, 84, 274 
Bonington, R. P., 31 (2), 178 

(2), 214 (2), 269 (7), 277, 289 
Borssom, A. van, 223 
Bosboom, J., 52, 211 (2) 
Both, Jan, 223 
Boucher, F., 222 (several) 
Boucher School, 134 (a pair) 
Bough, Sam., R.S.A., 15, 87, 

157, 261, 262 (3), 263, 264 

(?)> 277 
Boughton, G. H., R.A., 253, 

256 and 257 (Boughton 

sale), 273 
Bouvier, J., 89, 102 (4), 155 
Boyce, G. P., 214, 269 
Boys, T. S., 61 
Brabazon, H. B., 184, 214 
Bradley, Basil, 15, 19, 74, 99, 

i53>2i4 
Brandard, R., 74, 193 
Brangwyn, F., A.R.A., 122 
Branwhite, C, 12, 261 
Brebiette, P., 230 (2) 
Breenberg, 224 
Brett, J., A.R.A., 254 
Breughel, Jan, 224 
Bright, H., 11, 12, 91 (pastel) 
Bril, Paul, 223 
Brochart, C, 11 (2 oval 

pastels) 
Bronzino, A., 226 
Browne, Henriette, 15, 274 
Browne, Warne, 247 
Brun, Ch. le, 230 
Brunery, F., 303 
Buckler, J., 183 
BuUeid, G. Lawrence, 100 



Bunbury, H., 24 
Buonaccorsi, Pietro, 194 
Buonarrotti, Michael Angelo, 

226, 229 (4) 
Burgkmair, H., 223 
Burne-Jones, Sir E., 100, 102, 

152, 214, 231 (3 studies), 237 

(pastel) 
Burr, J., 273 
Burton, Sir F. W., R.H.A., 

230 (several), 231, 269 
Burton, W. P., 79 
Bury, T. Talbot, 247 (2) 
Butler, Mildred A., 19, 100 



C. 

C. W. J., 81 
Caffieri, H., 122, 183 
Calcott, Sir A. W., R.A., 117 
Caldecott, R., 91, 177 
Calderon, P. H., R.A., 122 
Callow, W., 79, 122 
Cambiagio, 227 
Cameron, D. Y., 104 (2), 105, 

184 
Camphuysen, D. R., 112 
Campion, G. B., 178 
Canaletto, A., 226, 229 
Canella, A., 19, 28 
Cangiagio, 229 
Cardon, C, 157 
Carelli, C. H. R., 12 
Carline, G. F., 19 
Carlisle, Earl of, 231 
Carmichael, J. W., 61 
Carracci, A., 226, 229 
Carraggio, P. da, 226 
Carrick, R., 19, 132 
Carter, H. B., 178 
Carter, J., 193 
Carter, S. J., 132 (4) 
Casamayor, J., 148 
Castiglione, J. B., 226 
Cattermole,C., 8, 79 



INDEX. 



335 



Cattermole, G., 15 (2), 79, 84 
8g, 91, 122, 148, 178 (6,) 
183, 251, 25a (2), 261 (2), 
269 (4), 273 
Cave, P. le, 179 
Cellini, Benvenuto, 226 
Challon,J. J., R. A., 261 
Chalon, A. E., R.A., 96, 261 
Chambers, G., 28, 304 
Champion, A., 148 
Chase, J., 155(2) 
Cherilliard, V., 50, 274 
Chialira, L., 137 
Cipriani, G., 222 
Cipriani, J. B., R.A., 126, 178, 
193, 230 (2 and an engrav- 
ing) 
Claude Lorraine, 222 and 223 
(13) (Sir James Knowles' 
sale), 229 (3), 230 (2) 
Clausen, G., R.A., 117 (a 

pair), 253 
Clays, P. J., 52, 252 
Cleaver, Reginald, 230 
Clennell, Luke, 178 
Clifford, E., 234 
Cobell, J., 121 
Coert, C, 121 
Cole, E. S., 89(2) 
Cole, Vicat, R.A., 61, 74, 253 
Coleman, H., 303 
Coleman, W. S., 11 (2), 79, 

137, 148, 161, 249 (a pair) 
Coleridge, F. G., 79 (2) 
Collier, T., 61 (2), 74, 79 (5), 

117 (2), 152 
Collier, T. P., 161 
CoUingwood, W., 54. 231, 273 
Collins, W., R.A., 261 
Conde, Jean, 57 
Conde, Jean and Pierre, 57 
Coney, J., 193, 231 
Constable, J., R.A., 28, 91, 
134 (album of 15 sketches), 
179, 193, 214, 277 
Cook, S., 19 
Cook, W., 19 (2), 161 (3) 



Cooke, E., 13 

Cooke, E. W., R.A., 12 (2), 
28 (2), 61, 79 (2), 89, 137, 
184, 246 (2), 247, 269, 273 
(8) 

Cooper, A., R.A., 249 

Cooper, E., 132 

Cooper, T. G., 79, 161 

Cooper, T. S., R.A., 12 (2), 15, 
74, 84, 99, 148, 155 (2), 157 
(2), 179, 183, 253, 254 (2), 
261 (2), 269 

Cooper, W. Sidney, 91 (2) 

Corbaux, L., 155 (2) 

Corbet, M.R., A.R.A., 152 

Correggio, 226, 229 (2) 

Corrodi, S., 54 (2), 79 (6), 82 (2) 

Cortona, P. da, 226 

Cosway, Richard, 107 (pastel), 
200 (2) 

Cotes, P., R.A., 94 (2), 128 (2), 
212 (all pastels) 

Cotman, J. S., 117, 132, 152, 
194, 231, 237, 246, 277 

Coutts, Hubert, 251 

Couver, J. van, 157, 161 (2) 

Cox, D., 6 (4), 7, 15 (4), 28, 
52, 61 (2), 74 (4)> 79 (2), 84, 
85, 89, 90 (2), 92, 100, 102, 
117 (3), 122 (2), 132 (7), 

I33>i37>i52(4)>i55 (2), i79 
(16) 183 (6), 184, 214 (2), 
231 (4), 246, 251, 252 (3), 
258, 259, 261 (6^. ?.f)g (14), 
270, 277 (4), 289 

Cozens, J. R., 152 

Creswick, T., R.A., 79 (2) 

Cristall, J., R.A., 133, 179, 183, 
193 (3). 246 (2), 261 

Crome, John, 91, 132 (palette, 
indenture of apprentice- 
ship, and letter to his wife), 
132 (6), 133 

Crome, J. B., 91 (pencil 
studies) 

Cros, Pierre du, 57 

Cruikshank, G., 231 



336 



INDEX. 



D. 

Dalby, E., 13 

Davidson, C, 19, 246, 270 

Davies, J. Scarlett, 122 

Davis, W. (of Liverpool), 152 

Dawson, A., 254 

Dawson, H. T., 249 

Dawson, Nelson, 122 (10) 

Dayes, B., 193 

Deane, W. W., 74 (2), 79, 90, 

148 
Dekoning, L., 230 
Delacroix, E., 79 
Delamotte, W., 193 
Delaroche, P., 261 
Dendy, G., 81, 155 
Devis, A. T., 230 
Dibdin, T. C, 90 (2) 
Dicksee, F., R.A., 100, 148, 

270 (2) 
Dighton, R., 176 
Dixon, C, 12, ig 
Dobson, W. C. T., R.A., 74, 

79, 92, 253, 261 
Dodgson, G., 19 (2), 79, 122, 

148, 259 (a pair), 303, 304 
Does, van der, 225 
Dolce, Carlo, 226 
Dollond, W. Anstey, 19 (5), 

157 (2), 161 (4) 
Domenichino, 226 
Don, M. del, 74, 79 (4), 80 

(15), 82 (3) 
Donatello (attributed to), 229 
Doomer, L., 224 
Dowling, R., 273 
Downman, J., A.R.A., 128 (2), 

176, 194, 204, 297 (5), 298 (6) 
Doyle, R., 231 
Drielst, van, 223 
Drummond, J., 19 (2), 179, 

246 (a pair) 
Drummond, J. N., 12 (pastel) 
Du Maurier, G., 232, 258 
Duffield, M. E., 28 (2), 50, 60, 

89. 155 (3) 



Duncan, E., 12, 15, 74 (5), 80 
(2), 84, 89 (2), 122, 152, 183, 
184, 270 (5) 

Duncan, W., 12 

Dutch School, 57 (river scenes 
and landscapes, set of 6, 
sale 27th Jan., 1908), 223 (Sir 
James Knowles sale) 

Dyce, W., R.A., 261 

Dyck, Sir A. van, 225, 230 (4) 

(after), 31, 222 



Earp, G., 89 (2) 

Eckemann, 223 

Ecthout, 225 

Edridge, H., A. R.A., 152, 193 

Edwards, E., A.R.A., 230 

Egg, Augustus L., R.A., 177 

Elsheimer, A., 224 

English, Early, 6 (pastel), 80 

(2), 109 (2 pastels), 194 (2) 
Enock, A. H., 161 
Etty, W., R.A., 261 
Evans, Bernard, 15 (2) 
Evans, W., 90 
Everdingen, A. van, 224 
Ewbank, T. J., R.S.A., 94 (2) 

F. 

Faed, T., R.A., 122, 258 

Farinato, P., 229 

Farmer. Emily, 155 (2) 

Feller, P. F., 19 

Ferraira, 91 

Fichel, E., 274 

Field, W.,90 

Fielding, C, 6 (5), 7, 1 5, 50, 52, 
55. 61, 74 (5). 80 (3), 84, 8g, 
117, 122, 133, 137 (2), 179 
(8), 184, 214 (2), 231 (2), 
237, 246, 251, 258 (2), 261 
(2), 270 (7), 289 

(after) 4, (Lake scene) 



INDEX. 



337 



Fielding, Newton, 19 
Fielding, Thales, 122 
Finch, F. O., 179, 289 
Flaxman, John, R.A., 229 
Flemish School, 223 (Sir James 

Knowles sale) 
Fontana, R., 118 
Foreau, H., 118 (3) 
Foster, Birket, 6(2), 7, 8, 61, 
74 (8), 75. 84, 100, 137, 
179 (3). ^83 (2), 214 (4), 
237 (5). 246, 251, 252, 
253.258, 261, 270 (11), 
289 

(after), 6 

Foster, W., 61 
Fowler, R., 162 
Fragonard, H., 222, 230 (3) 
Franceschi, M. de, 15 
Francis, F. L., 231 
Frantz, F., 247 
Fraser, J., 86 
Fraser, R. W., 19, 161 (3) 
Frederick, Empress, 23 ( 
French School, 57 (pastel 

portrait) 
Frere, E., 9, 91 (pastel), 104, 

261 
Fripp, A. D., 80, 122, 152, 251 
Fripp, G. A., 15 (2), 75 (3), 80 

(3), 89, 153, 157 
Frith, W. P., R.A., 253 
Froment, 80 
Frost, W. E., R.A., 33 
Fulleylove, J., 61, 90 
Fullwood, J., 161 
Fuseli, H., R.A., 230 



G. 

Gabrini, P,, 274 

Gainsborough, Thomas, R.A,. 
24. 57 (3). 91 (2), 107, 
126, 134, 222, 231 (2), 303, 

304 
Gallait, L., 261 



Gardell, Anna, 161 
Gardner, D., 56, 128 (3), 238 

(2) 
GeUbert, Jules, 28, 148 
Gerome, J. L., 137 
Ghirlandajo, D., 226 
Giallina, A., 232 
Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 52, 61, 

75 (6), 80 {2), 84, 100, 137, 

252 (3) 
Gillies, Margaret, 155 
Giorgione (attributed to). 

See Titian, page 227 (Sir 

James Knowles sale) 
Girardet, L., 137 
Girtin, T., 91, 122 (3), 152, 

179, 193, 330, 232, 261 
Glendening, A., 15 (2), 157 

(3). 247 

Glennie, A., So 

Glindoni, H., 253 

Glover, J., 89, 122, 306 

Godward, J. W., 253 

Goodall, E. A., 15, 19, 80 

Goodall, F., R.A., 75 (2), 153 

Goodall, J. E., 19 

Goodall, Walter, 75, 80 

Goodman, J. R., 247 (3) 

Goodman, Maude, 290 

Goodman, R., 161 

Goodwin, A., 15, 61 (2), 100, 
104 (8), 152, 214 and 215 
(23) (Humphry Roberts 
sale), 253 (2), 259, 270 

Goodwin, H., 19, 91 

Goodwin, W. S., 230 

Gosling, W., 19 

Gow, A. C., R.A., 75 (3), 215 
(2), 270 (8) 

Goyen, J. van, 224 (4), 230 

Grace, A. F., 28, 152 

Green, C., 19, 50, 75, 80, 90, 

137. 153 (2) 
Green, D., 247 
Green, Townsley, 137, 161, 

273 
Gregory, C., 19 



A.J. 



338 



INDEX. 



Grierson, C. M., go 
Grierson, T. Maciver, go 
Groeneveld. See Tadama- 

Groeneveld. 
Groenewegen, A. J., 15 (2) 
Guardi, F., 107, ig3, 280 
Guercino, 134 (2), 226 

(studies), 22g (3) 



H. 

Haag, Carl, 54, 60, 75 (4), 84, 

loi, 153, 261, 270 (3) 
Haanen, C. van, 253 
Hagen, van der, 224 
Haghe, L., 50, 75, 80 (4), 84, 

148 (4), 155, 183 (2), 246, 

261 
Hall, G. L., II (2), gg, 247 (a 

pair) 
Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., 

80, go, 133, 249, 253 (2) 
Hamilton, Gavin, 230 
Hamilton, W., R.A., 176, 179 
Hammond, G. D., gi 
Hankey, W. Lee, ig, 161 
Hanoteau, H., 253 
Hanshalter, G., 232 (5) 
Hanson, H., 247 
Harding, J. D., 28, 8g 
Hardy, Heywood, 253, 254 
Hardy, J.. 6. 
Hardy, J., jun., 12, 75 (3), 80 

(3). 86, 155 (5), 157 (2), 251 

(2), 273 
Hardy, T. B., 7, 12, 15 (3), ig 

(2), 61 (3), 80 (2), 117, 122, 

148,153(2), 154(2), 157 (6), 

184 (3), 246 (2), 247, 249, 

258 (2), 259 
Hargitt, E., 232 
Harper, H. A., 80 (3), 82 (2), 

156 
Harpignies, H., 118 (g) 
Harrington, Earl of, 187 
Havell, W., 15, 152, 193 



Hawley, G., 28 

Haydon, B. R., 65 

Hayes, Claude, 8, go (7), 183, 

246, 247 (2), 25g (8) 
Hayes, E., R.H.A., 75, 155 (3) 
Hayman, F., R.A., 91 
Heath, W., I7g 
Heilbuth, F., 252 
Hellen, P., 34 (pastel) 
Hempel, 223 
Hemsley, W., 247 
Hemy, C. Napier, A.R.A., loi 
Henderson, Cooper, 152 (2) 
Henkes, G., 247 
Henley, W. B., 6 
Hensch, de, 224 
Herbert, A., 184 
Herkomer, Sir H. von, R.A., 

215, 252 
Hermitte, L. L., 34 (3, one 

charcoal and two pastels), 

211 (2), 287 (pastel) 
Herrera, 222 
Herring, G. E., 24g (2) 
Herring, J. F., sen., 253 
Hienck, J., 28 
Hine, H. G., 61, 75, 80, 101, 

152 (3), 154. 270 
Hine, H. T., 15, 89, 261, 270 
Hbbbema, M., 121 
Hofland, T. R., 9 
Holbein, H. (attributed to), 

223 
Holl, F., R.A., 253 
Holland, J., 28, 75, 117, 122 

(2), 179 (3)- 215, 246, 270 

(2), 271 (5), 277 
Hollar, W., 223 
HoUoway, C. E., go 
Horemans, J., 224 
Hough, W., 19 (2), 54, 161 (2) 
Houston, J. A., RS.A., 122. 

(10) 
Houthorst, 249 
Howiit, W., 193 (2 sets of 4 

" shooting subjects ") 
Huet-Villiers, F.,24 



INDEX. 



339 



Huggins, W., 137 
Hughes, E. R., 122 
Hulswit, J., 224 
Humphrey, O., R.A., 126 (2) 

151 

Hunn, Tom, 247 

Hunt, A. W., 19, loi, 215 (12) 
(Humphry Roberts sale) 

Hunt, W., 52, 75 (2), 84 (3), 
92, loi (2), 117 (2), 122 (2), 
148 (3), 152(2), 179(5), 183, 
215 (9) (Humphry Roberts 
sale), 237 (4). 252 (4), 258, 
261 (6), 271 (15), 277 (2) 

Hunt, W. Holman, 232 

Huson, T., 137 

Huysmans, C, 223 

Huysum, J. van, 121, 224, 230 



I. 

Ibbetson, J. C, 91 
Inchbold, J. W., 152 
Indoni, F., 15 
Ingram, Ayerst, 90 
Isabey, E., 253 (2) 
Israels, J., 75, 118 (2), 262 



J- 



Jackson, John, R.A., log 
Jackson, S., 89 
Jackson, S. P., 80, 123, 247 
Jacquet, C, 161 (3) 
Jardin, K. du, 121 (2), 224 
Jeune, Martin le, 223 
Johannot, A., 274 
Johnson, E. K., 28, 80, 148 

(2), 155, 247 (2), 289 
Johnstone, H. J., 251, 254 
Jones, Sir E. Burne, 

See Burne-Jones. 
Jones, C. Lloyd, 133 (2) 
Jordaens, J., 224 



K. 



Kauffman, A., R.A., 230, 

238 (pastel portrait) 
Kever, J. S. H., 118(2), 253(2) 
Kilburue, G. G., 15 (2), 20, 

80, 137, 148 (2), 155 (2), 247 
King, Yeend, 8 
Kirkpatrick, J., 161 
Kleyn, L. J., 184 
Knewstub, W. J., 123 
Knight, D. Ridgway, 50 (2) 
Knopff, F., 102 (3) 
Kobell, 223 
Koekkoek, J. H.,249 
KoUer, G., 80 
Kiimpel, W., 54 (2) 



L. 

Lalemand, 223 
Lambert, Clem., 230 
Lambinet, E., 249 
Lancret, G., 223 
Landseer, Sir E., R.A., 85, 

231, 246, 254, 273, 289 
Lane, Theodore, 177 
Langley, W., 50 (6), 91, 183, 

251, 290 (2) 
Lawrence, Sir Thomas, 

P.R.A., 2, 109, 281 (album 

of portrait studies) 
Lawson, J., 273 
Leader, B. W., R.A., 253 
L ee, — , 261 
Lee, J. Ingle, 90 
Legros, A., 152 (an etching) 
Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., 104, 

230 (studies), 232 (studies) 
Leighton, E. Blair, 253 
Leitch, R. P., 80 

Leitch, W. L., 15, 75 (11), 76 
(g), 80, 81 (23), 90 (4). 94 
(7) (one after Holler), 154, 

231 (2), 232 (5), 249, 250, 
258 (2), 271, 273(4) 



34° 



INDEX. 



Lely, Sir P., 229 

Leonard, J. H., gi (3) 

Leonardo da Vinci (after), 
194, 298 

Leoni, Ottario, 226 (3 por- 
traits) 

Leschallas, J., 7 

Leslie, C. R., R.A., 261 

Leslie, G. D., R.A., 137 

Lessore, Jules, 20 

Levorati, E., 161 

Lewis, C. J., 273 

Lewis, J. F., R.A., 28 (2), 84, 
85 (2), 89, 117, 123 (2), 148, 
179, 183, 215 (2), 231, 261, 271 

Lievens, J., 224 (4) 

Linnell, J., sen., 84, 252, 253, 
261 

Liotard, J. E., 126(4) 

Lippi, Filippo, 226 

Liverseege, H., 193 

Lloyd, Stuart, 15, 16 (3), 157 
(4), 161, 162 (4), 184 (3), 
247, 258 

Lloyd,Tom,i6(3), 20 (3), loi, 
157' 251 

Lockhart, W. E., R.S.A., 291 

Longastre, de, 63 (2 pastels) 

Loo, Carl van, 224 

Lorraine, Claude. See Claude 
Lorraine. 

Louise, H.R.H. Princess, 232 

Lound, T., 132, 133(3) 

Lucas, J. Seymour, R.A., 247 

(2) 
Lucas, W., 76, 81, 123 
Ludlow, Hal, 20 
Ludovici, A., 179 
Luigi, M., 193 
Lundgreen, E., 76, 81 (7), 82, 

90, 123 (2), 148, 162, 193, 

290 

M 

Macbeth, R. W., R.A. ioi, 
ai5 



MacCallum, Hamilton, 16 
McCloy, S., 230 
Mackay, T., 157, 162 
Mackenzie, P., 273 
McKewan, D. H., 11, 89 {2), 

154 (6). 155 (2) 
Macpherson, J., 12 (4), 28 (5), 

162 (2) 
Macwhirter, J., R.A., 154, 

184 (5), 258 
Madrazo, R., 253 
Maguire, Helena, 250 
Mainella, R., 20 (2) 
Mantegna, A., 226 
Maratti, G., 226 
Mario, J., 193 
Marks, H. S., R.A., 76, 137, 

155 (2), 232 (a pair) 
Marny, P., 16, 20, 157 (2), 

184(2) 
Marsh, A. H., 215 
Marshall, Herbert, loi (2) 
Marshall, H. M., 232, 273 (2) 
Marshall, R. A. K., 13, 20 (3), 

157 (2) 
Martineau, Edith, 184 
Martineau, Gertrude, 232 (3) 
Masaccio (attributed to), 226 
Mason, F. H., 16, 20 (5), 157 

(3), 158(2), 162(8) 
Maure, A., 211 (2), 262 
May, W. W., 232, 303 
Mayer, Fred., 117 
Mee, Mrs. Anne, 177 
Meissonier, J. L. E., 274 
Melville, Arthur, A.R.S.A., 

277 
Melville, H. S., 154 
Meulen, A. van ter, 247 
Meulen, P. ter, 118 
Michelangelo. S^e Buonarrotti 
Mildmay, Miss St. John, 

184 (4) _ 
Millais, Sir J. E., 91 (3), lo) 

179, 215, 277 (2) 
Miller, F., 273 
Mogford, J., 50, 162, 232, 259 



INDEX, 



341 



Mole, J. H., 20 (3), 155, 156 (9), 

183, 246, 250, 258 
Molyn, P., 224 (7) 
Montaigne, W. J., 91 (2) 
Montalba, Clara, 16, 76 (2), 

loi, 158, 271 
Montalba, Hilda, 12 (pastel) 
Moore, Albert, 102 (3), 232, 

254 
Moore, H., R.A., 60 (2), 117(2), 

123 (2) 
Morgan, E. P., 231 
Morland, H., 91 (pastel), 204 

(a pair) 
Morton, G., 123 
Mossman, D., 13 
Mottram, C. S., 121 (2) 
Moucheron, J., 223 
Miiller, W., 6, 61 (4), 91, log, 

117, 156, 180, 264, 277 
Mulready, A. F., 81 
Mulready, W., R.A., 231 
Munn, P. S., iSo (2) 
Mura, F., 118 (4) 
Murillo, 222 

(after), 82 

Myers, S., 246 



N 



Naftel, p. J., 63 
Nakken, W. C, 183 
Nash, F., 89 (3), 180 
Nash, J., 84, 91, 232 
Nasmyth, P., 231 
Neale, J. P., 133 (2) 
Nettleship, J. T., 86 (pastel), 

289 
Neuhuys, A., 253 
Newman, H. R., 86 
Nicholson, F., 89, 193 (5) 
Nicholson, W., R.S.A., 94 (2) 
Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., 264 
Niemann, E. J., 91 
Nittis, J. de, 162 
Norie, O., 90 



Norman, Philip, 273 
North,;. W., A.R.A., 102(2), 
215 (2), 271 



O 



Oakley, O., 84, 246 
O'Connor, J., 140 (2) 
Offermans, T., 20 
Oliver, E. S., 54 
Opie, John, R.A., 176 
Orrocic, J., 16, 162 
Ostade, A. van, 224 
Overbeck, B. van, 121 (ten on 

five mounts) 
Owen, S., 12(2), 16, 180 (2) 
Oyston, G., 162 (a pair) 



Palamedes, a., 224 
Palma, G. the younger, 226 
Palmer, Sam., 148, 271 
Palmer, Sutton, 28, 50 (9), 

76, 86 (10 pastels), 154, 183, 

232, 253 (2), 290 (3) 
Pannini, G. P., 226 
Paoletti, A., 50 
Parker, J., 20 (2), 274 
Parmegiano, F., 226 (several), 

229 (2) 
Partridge, J., 261 
Passini, L., 82 (2) 

aton. Sir J. Noel, P.R.S.A., 

232 
Payne, W., 180 (2), 231, 

232(2) 
Pearson, C, 13 (2), 183, 232 
and Wainewright, T. F., 

21 
Pearson, W., 232 
Penley, A., 89 
Penley, E. A., 81 (2) 
Penne, O. de, 180 
Penstone, E., 162 



342 



INDEX. 



Perugino, P., 226 

Phillip, C. B., 60 (2), 123 (3) 

Phillips, G. F., 152, 230 

Philp, J. G., 20, 156 

Pidgeon, H. C, 155 

Pillement, J., 223 

Pilsbury, Wilmot, 20 (2), loi, 
158 (2), 184, 290 

Pinwell, G. J., loi, 102, 271 

Piombo, S. del, 226 

Piranesi, G., 227 

Playfair, J. C, 247 

Pocock, N., 12, 86 

Poggenbeck, G., 253 

Poole, P. F., R.A., 180, 183 
(2), 231, 232 

Pordenone, G., 227 

Poussin, E., 230 

Poussin, Gaspar, 223 (2) 

Poussin, N., 55, 303 

Powell, Alfred, 274 

Powell, Sir F., 76 (2), 81 (2), 
102, 123 

Poynter, Sir E. J., P.R.A., 
104, 117, 232 

Price, J., 60 (4), 260 

Pritchard, T., 123 

Pritchett, R. T., 11 

Prout, S., 16 (3), 76 (4), 84, 
8g, go, loi, 117 (2), 132 {2), 
I37> ^52, 156, 158 (2), 
180 (11), 183, 184 (2), 215, 
230 (a sketch book), 232, 
233. 237, 251, 252, 258, 259, 
262 (2), 264, 271 (3) 

Prout, S. G., 148 

Prout, Skinner, 246 

Purser, W., 193, 233 

Pyne, J. B., 16 (3), 89 (2), 
260 (4), 274 (a pair) 

Pyne, T., loi 



R. 

Radford, E., 28, 54, 274, 
290 (3) 



Raffaello, 227 (several, Sir 
James Knowles sale), 
229 (3) 

(after), 11, 229, 303 

Ranch, T., 247 

Raworth, W., 180 

Rayner, L., 180, 251 (2) 

Read, S., 274 

Redgrave, R., R.A., 274 

Reed, J. C, 303 (2) 

Reid, J., 102 

Reinagle, R. R., R.A., 84, 233 

Rembrandt van Ryn, 224 (3), 

225 {9) (Sir James Knowles 

sale) 
Reni, Guido, 227 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., 231 

(studies for portraits), 233 

(after), 28 (2), 180, 193 

Riccardi, L., 183 
Riccardi, N., 104, 162, 303 
Richards, R. P., 183 
Richardson, E., 20, 81 (2), 

161 
Richardson, J., 20, 222 
Richardson, T. M., 6 (3), 

76 (2), 101, 154 (5), 156 (2), 

183 (3)> 237, 262, 271, 274 

(9), 289 (2), 303 
Richardson, T. M., jun., 12 
Rieck, C, 262 (a pair) 
Rieck, E., 246, 247 
Riedinger, J. E., 225 
Rip, W. C., 118 
Rivers, Leopold, 184 (2), 

258 (2) 
Riviere, Briton, R.A., 271 
Riviere, H. P., 76 (2), 81 (4) 
Riviere, W., 232 
Roberts, D., R.A., 28 (2), 50, 

81, 84, 89, 91, 156, 183, 

233 (8), 246 (3), 262 
Roberts, H., go, 162 
Robertson, C, 101, 184 (2), 

271 (3) 
Robertson, Percy, 133 (2) 
Robins, T. S., 20, 89, 180, 246 



INDEX. 



343 



Robson, G. F., 180(2), 271 (2) 
Rocca, Andrea, 238 (4 oval 

pastels) 
Roghman, R., 225 (2) 
Romano, G., 227, 229 (2) 
Romney, George, 55 (" Lady 

Hamilton," chalk), 222 

(studies) 
Rooker, ^I. A., 24 
Rosa, Salvator, 227, 229 
Rosalba, 24 (pastel) 
Rossetti, D. G., loi, 102 (3), 

152, 233 (studies) 
Rossi, A. M., 16 (3) 
Rousoff, A. N., 290 
Rowbotham, C. S., 162 
Rowbotham, T. L., 54, 94, 

137. 156 (3). 303 
Rowbotham, T. L., jun., 89 
Rowden, T., 154 
Rowlandson, T., 24, 176 (15), 

192, 193,231, 233 
Rubens, P. P., 225 (4), 230 
Rugendas, G. P., 223 
Ruskin, J., 233 (4), 237 
Russell, J., R.A., 24, 129 (3), 

280 



Sadler, W. Dendy, 253 

Saftleven, Herman, 225 

Sainton, C. P., 274 

Sambourne, Linley, 230, 232 

Sandby, Paul, R.A., 2 (2) 

Sandys, F., 102 (2) 

Sarto, Andrea del, 227 (seve- 
ral, Sir James Knowles 
sale), 229 

Savill, E., 274 

Schalck, Jacob, 223 

Scott, Georges, 252 

Severn, Arthur, 54 (2), 123, 

233 
Shalders, G,, 20, 28, 76, 155, 

156 (2) 



Shayer, W., 31 (included 
amongst " Pictures.") 

Shelley, L., 91 (2) 

Shepheard, G., 176 

Sherrin, J., 20 (2), 81, 89, 148, 
156, 158 

Shields, F. J., 180, 246 (i pen- 
cil and I pastel), 262 (2) 

Short, Frank, A.R.A. , 123 

Sibron, H., 81 

Sidaner. H. le, 211 

Sigmund. B. D., 162 (2) 

Simonetti, A., 180 

Sims, C., A.R.A., 105 

Singleton, H., R.A., 200 

Skirving, A., 205 

Smallfield, F., 76, 84, 246 

Smith, Carlton A.. 61 

Smith, J., 132, 194 

Smith, J. B., 304 

Smith, J. W., 54 (2) 

Smith, Morgan, 162 (2) 

Smith, Noel, 20, 162 (2) 

Smith, Thomas, 230 (an 
album of sketches in Italy 
and Switzerland) 

Smyth, Coke, 89 

Smythe, L. P., A.R.A. ,99, 154, 
247, 277 

Solomon, Simeon, 152, 180 

Soper, T. J., 28, 81 

Stacquet, H., 291 

Stanfield, C, R.A., 7, 28, 
61 (4), 76 (2), 81, 86 (2), 89, 
91 (2), 117, 137, 152, 180, 
246, 261, 262 (3) 

Staniland, C. J., 155 

Stannard, Sylvester, 20 (3), 
158, 162 

Steeple, J., 16 (2), 162, 180, 
246 

Steer, H. R., 162 

Stephanoff, F. P., 20 (2), 258 

Stevens, A., 229 

Stockier, E., 50 

Stokes, Adrian, 152 

Stormont, H. G., 20 (2), 162 



344 



INDEX. 



Stothard, T., R.A., 29, 123, 

180, 233 (several) 
Stott, E., A.R.A., 254 
Stry, Jacob van, 225 
Stuart, E., 162 
Stargess, J., 50 
Sueur, Le, 223 
Sver, J., 6 

Swan, Miss A. M., 277 
Swanevelt, H., 225 
Swanwick, H., 20 (4), 158 (5), 

162 
Syer, J., 16, 20, 81, 87, 251 
Sykes, H., 162 



Tadama-Groeneveld, Th,, 

121 (2) 
Tadema. See Alma-Tadema 
Taverner, 223 
Tayler, E., 148 (2), 183 
Tayler, P., 20 (2), 76 (6), 

81 (2), 84, 104, 117 (2), 123, 

148, 162, 180 (4), 183 (2), 

231, 252 (2), 262, 271, 274 (3) 
Taylor, Norman, 290 
Telbin, W., 65 (7) 
Teniers, D., 225 
Tenkate, H., 20 (2), 86, 251, 

262 
Tenniel, Sir J., 81 
Terborch, G., 225 
Tholen, W. B., 253 
Thorne-Waite, R., 16, 76, 81, 

loi, 154, 237, 271, 272 (5) 
Tintoretto, 227 

(after), 86 

Titian, 227 (several, Sir 

James Knowles sale) 
Tivoli, G., 29 
Tomba, C, 16, 21 
Toovey, E., 89 
Topham, F. W., 7, 52, 76 (5), 

84, 262 
See Davidson, C, 270 



Topham, W., 89 

Tucker, E., 137 

Turner. C, 176 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., 86 (2), 
89, 91, loi (4, R. K. 
Tatham sale), 117 (7), 
121 (7), 122, 123 (3), 
137, 139 and 140 (13, 
Acland - Hood sale), 
152, 153 (2). 180 (3), 
193 (4). 194 (2), 215 
and 216 (12, Humphry 
Roberts sale), 233 and 
234 (12, Sir James 
Knowles sale), 237 
(3), 252, 258, 262 (6, 
Stern sale), 272 (7, 
S. G. Holland sale), 
303 

(after), 29 (3), 303 

Turner, W., 12, 298 

Tusquets, R., 148 



U 

Uden, van, 225 

Uwins, T., R.A., 176, 261 



Vaga, p. del, 227 

Valerio, 81 

Varley, J., II, 21 (2), 61, 81, 
89 (3). 90 (5), 91 (2), 92 (2), 
180 (2), 181 (5), 184 (3 , 
194 (2), 234, 246, 247 (2), 
262, 272 (3), 274 

Vasari, G., 227 

Velde, W. van de, 121 (3), 
225 (21) 

Venetian School, 229 

Verbeckhoven, E., 20, 253 

Vernet, J., 121 

Veronese, P., 227 

Verschuur, W., 274 



INDEX. 



345 



Vickers, A., 249 (3), 254 (2) 
Vidal, L., 29 

Villiers. See Huet-Villiers 
Vischer, C, 223 
Vizzotto, G., 81 (3) 
Voltz, F., 253 



W 

Wainewright, T. F., 16, 158 

and Pearson, C, 21 

Waite. See Thorne-Waite 
Walker, F., A.R.A., loi (5), 

216, 253, 258, 272 (4) 
Walters, G. S., 13, 21, 60 (2), 

148, 249 
Walton, Elijah, 86, 246, 289 
Ward, E. M., R.A., 249, 253 
Ward, W., R.A., 24 (pastel 

portrait) 
Warren, E. G., 91, 156 (2) 
Warren, H., 183 
Warren, S. S., :8i (2) 
Waterford, Louisa, Marchio- 
ness of, 234 
Waterloo, A., 225 
Watson, J. D., 21, 137, 184, 

252 
Watson, T. J., 290 
Watson, W. R. C, 158 (a 

pair) 
Watteau, A., 230 
Watts, G. F., R.A., 55 
Weatherill, G., 21 
Webb, J., 104, 249 (2), 251 
W'eber, Otto, 153 
Webling, Ethel, 234 
Webster, A. G., 216 (2) 
Weedon, A. VV., 16, 54, loi, 

154 
Weekes, W., 249 
Weguelin, J. R., 153 
Weiland, J., 16, 252 
Weir, Harrison, 156 
Weissenbruch, J., 252 
West, B., P.R.A., 177 



West, W. J., 102 

Westall, R., R.A., 12, 181 (2) 

Wetherbee, G. F., 289 

Wheatley, F., R.A., 177, 194 
(a pair) 

Whistler, J. M., 234 (5, Sir 
James Knowles sale) 

White, J., 247 

Whitley, Kate, 234 

Whittaker, J. W., 21, 82 

Wiericx, J., 223 

Wilda, C, 148 

Wilkie, Sir David, R.A., 222 
(sketches) 

Williams, C. T., 90 

Williams, Penry, 82, 89 (3), 
272 

Williamson, F., 272 (3) 

Willis, H. B., 50, 77 (2), 82, 
148, 262 

Wilson, A., 181 

Wilson, C. E., 16 (2), 158 (2) 

Wilson, J. J., 249 

Wilson, Jock, 249 

Wilson, Richard, R.A., 222, 
247 

Wimbush, H. B., 21 

Wimperis, E. M., 8, 16 (3), 
21 (3). 77, 154. 158 (9), 162, 
253, 259 (2) 

Wint, P. de, 16 (2), 21, 29, 
61 (3), 82 (2), 84, 89, gi (2), 
loi, 117, 118 (5), 123 (6), 
137. 153(2), 181(18, Hethe- 
rington sale), 183, 216 (12, 
Humphry Roberts saleV 
234, 237, 252 (3), 262 (3), 
264, 272 (5), 277 (2), 306 

Wirgman, T. Blake, 234 

Wit, J. de, 225 

Wolfe, G., 6 

Woodman, R., 24 

Woodville, R. Caton, 60 (2) 

Wouverman, P., 225, 298 

Wright, J. M., 84, 176, 181 

Wyatt, H., 12 

Wyld, W., 84 (2), 184, 274 



346 



INDEX. 



Wyllie, C. W., 154 (3) 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A., 99 (14), 
154 (2), 247, 289 



Yeames, W. F., R.A., 260 
Yungman, W., 118 



Zezzos, a., 16, 21, 162 
Zo, Achille, 82 
Zuccarelli, 227 
Zuccaro, 227, 229 



Anonymous. 

Addington, Mrs., portrait 

of, 138 
Album containing seventy 

drawings by J. Varley, F. 

Tayler, E. A. Penley, etc., 

79 
"Anatomical Studies," 222 
" Bacchus, Figure of," 229 
" Blind Man playing the 

Harp" (Dutch School), 223 
" Bristol Beggar, The," 98 
"Castle among Trees" (b. 

and w. chalk), 134 
" Coast Scene," 178 
" Dead Woodcock " and 

" Dead Partridges " (a pair) 
" Dutch River Scene, " 178 
" Flower Studies." See 224 
Folio of miscellaneous draw- 
ings, 90 
"Fox-hunting," set of 4, 31 
Gentleman on Horseback " 

(chalk), 134 
"Gipsies in a Wood" (pencil), 

134 
" Girl, A," 109 (pastel) 



" Girl at a Spring," 178 

" Greek Temple," 178 

" Head of a Lady," 151 

" Head of a Lady " (chalk], 
" A Peasant Girl " (pencil), 
etc., 134 

" Head of a Young Woman," 
229 

" Herdman and Cattle at a 
Ford," 134 

" Horsemen on a Road," 134 

" Hunting Scene," 223 

Illumination on vellum, 225 

Illumination on vellum. See 
Venetian, 229 

Illumination, sixteenth cen- 
tury, on vellum, 222 

Italian drawings, miscella- 
neous, 227, 228 

Keats, John, portrait of, with 
a lock of his hair, 231 

" Ladies walking in a Land- 
scape " (chalk), 134 

" Landscape " (b. and w. 
chalk), 134 

" Landscape " (sepia and 
wash), 134 

" Landscape," 178 

" Lion Hunt, A," 151 

"Milkmaid," " Market-cart," 
etc. (pencil), 134 

" Mouth of a River," 178 

" Old Mansion," 178 

" On the Thames," 178 

" Peasant Boy," 178 

" Peasants at a Cottage 
Door," 134 

" Portrait of a Man, " 223 

" Putney Bridge, Old, and 
Church," 249 

"Raft, A," and "A River 
Scene, "11 

" River Scene," 178 

" River Scene," 231 

" St. Catherine," 223 

" St. Jerome in the Wilder- 
ness," 223 



INDEX. 



347 



Scott, Sir Walter, portrait of, 

9 
Studies, miscellaneous, 223 
*' Studies of Flowers," 230 
" Studies of Landscapes," 

etc. (pencil), 134 
"Trafalgar Square," 259 
"View of a House" (Indian 

ink), 134 



" Village on the Thames," 

178 
" Woody Landscape " (b. 

and w. chalk), 134 
"Woody Pool" (b. and w. 

chalk), 134 
Seventeen miscellaneous 

drawings, no artists' names, 

28 (Rome Sale) 



ENGRAVINGS. 



Engravings after : — 



A. 



Abbott, L. F., 72, 292 

Adams, Douglas, 41, 42, 284 

Agasse, 116 

Albano, 73 

Aiken, H., 115, 175, 176 

Alma-Tadema, Sir L., R.A. 

42, 45, 48, 142 
Amoroso, 293 
Angeli, 42 
Ansdell, 142, 168 
Artaud, W\, 243 
Assen, van, 112 



B. 



Barry, W., 295 
Bartolozzi, F., R.A., 145 
Bauzit, 292 
Beauclerc, Lady Diana, 114, 

165, 168 
Beechey, Sir W., R. A., 145, 296 
Benazek, 293 
Benwell, 112, 165, 244 
Berridge, 286 
Bigg, W. R., R.A., 70, 71, 172, 

173, 197, 243 
Bisson, E., 40 



Blinks, T., 42 

Boll, F., 217 

Bonheur, Rosa, 37, 43, 44, 47 

Bouguereau, 41 

Bowyer, 71 

Breton, Jules, 46 

Brown, j\L, 170 

Brown and Singleton, 172 

Buck, Adam, 145, 167, i6g, 

200, 295 
Bucourt, De, 293 
Bunbury, 71, 112, 114, 197 
Burne-Jones, Sir E., 41, 46, 

142, 282 
Burton- Barber, C, 40, 42, 47 
Byron, F. G., 174 



C. 

Calderon, p. H., 284 

Cameron, D. Y., 70 

Caracci, 292 

Carter, S., 41, 42, 43 

Challe, 172 

Children's Subjects, 166 

Cipriani, G. B., 70, 72, iii, 

112, 114, 165, 197, 199, 200 
Clarke, T., 294 
Collier, Hon. John, 217 



348 



INDEX. 



Constable, John, R.A., 37, 40, 
41, 42, 142,217,218,283,285, 
286 

Conyers, Miss, 244, 295 

Corbould, 167 

Corot, 47 

Correggio, 38, 244 

Cosse, 243 

Cosway, R., 72, 112, 113, 114, 
143, 144, 145, 146, 169, 170, 
197, 198, 199, 200, 201, 293, 

295 
Cotes, F., R.A., 170, 198, 

244 
Coypel, 114 



D. 

Dagnan-Bouveret, 44 

Daubigny, C. H., 46 

David, J. L., 201 

Daj^es, E., 72, 73, 114, 168 

Delaroche, Paul, 132 

Detaille, 284 

Deveria, A. (40 water colour 
Drawings of 15th, i6th, and 
17th century French cos- 
tumes), 296 

Devis, A. W., 170 

Diaz, N., 47 

Dickenson, L., 40 

Dicksee, F., R.A., 39, 40, 41, 
43. 283 

Dietricy, 295 

DoUman, J. C, 41 

Dore, G., 286 

Dou, G., 38 

Downman, John, A.R.A., 72, 
114, 145, i6g, 170 

Drouais, F. H., 199 

Drummond, A., 41, 42 

Dubuffe, 199 

Dupont, J., 292 

Dupre, J., 47 

Dyck, Sir A. van, 37, 113, 132, 
142, 285, 293 



E. 

Edridge, H., 145 
Einsle, 174 
Elsley, 40, 41 
Engleheart, G., 72 



Faed, Thomas, R.A., 42 
Fagan, 245 

Falconet, 198, 202, 294 
Farquharson, J., A.R.A., 37, 

41. 42, 44 
Fildes, Sir L., R.A., 37,39, 41, 

43.47 
Flameng, L., 44 
Foued, C, 41 
Fragonard, J. H,, 114 
Freschi, 19 ^ 
Frith, W. P., R.A., 42 



Gainsborough, Thomas,R. A., 
38, 44, 46, 47, 70, 73, 142, 
143. 145. 285, 294 

Gardens and garden archi- 
tecture, 146 

Gardner, 112, 115, 197 

Gerome, 47 

Gerrard, 116 

Gibb, R., 284 

Gillray, J., 143 

Godward, J. W., 39, 42, 43 

Goetze, 42 

Goodall, F., R.A., 41, 47 

Goodman, Maud, 142 

Graham, P., R.A., 37, 41, 284 

Greuze, J. B., 37, 39, 40, 42, 
46, 142, 199, 244, 285 



INDEX. 



349 



H. 



Hals, F., 44, 256 
Halswelle, Keeley, 44 
Hamilton, W., R.A., 73, 112, 

115, 143, 165, 166, 168, 170, 

197, 198, 293, 295 
Harding, J. D., 166 
Hardy, Heywood, 42, 198 
Harpignies, 47 
Hayter, Sir F., 72 
Heffner, K., 44, 46 
Herkomer, Sir H. von, R.A., 

41 

Herring, J., F., 37, 175 

Hodges, W., 175 

Hogarth, W., 72 

Holl, Frank, 47 

Hoppner, John, R.A., 37, 38, 
39. 40, 47. 7O' 71. 72, 112, 
114, 116, 142, 144, 146, 169, 
170, 172, 197, 198, 199, 201, 
202, 217, 244, 284, 285, 292, 

293 
Howard, H., 114 
Howitt, S., 175 
Huck, 143, 172 
Hudson, T., 71 
Huet, 172 
Hunter, 46 
Hurt, L. B., 41 



I. 



Ibbetson, 295 

Isabey, J. B., 145, 198, 201 

Israels, J., 47 



J- 

Jackson, J., 115 
Jacque, C, 47 
Jean, P., 169 
Johnson, C. E., 41 
Jollain, 172 



Jones, C, 37 
Jones, T., 132 

K. 

Kauffman, Angelica, R.A., 
71,73, 111,112,113,115,143, 
145, 165, 168, 170, 197, 198, 
200, 201, 217, 292, 295 

Kettle, 295 

Keymer, 292 

Kneller, 217 

Knight, J., 37 

L. 

Lancret, N., 73, 146 
Landseer, Sir E., R.A., 37, 48, 

71, 283, 284, 285, 286 
Launay, De, 172 
Lavreince, 172 
Lawranson, 202 
Lawrence, Sir Thomas, R.A., 

39. 40.47. 71. 72, 114. 115, 
145, 146, 169, 170, ig8, 201, 
202, 244, 283, 284, 285, 292, 
294 

Leader, B. W., R.A., 44 
Leighton, E. Blair, 41 
Leighton, Lord, P.R.A,, 39, 

40, 41, 42 

Lely, Sir P., 170, 198 
LesHe, G. D., R.A., 40, 142 
Long, Edwin, R.A., 43 
Lucas, Seymour, 46 



M. 

Macbeth, R. W., R.A., 46 
Mackenzie, K., 41 
Margetson, W. H., 41, 42, 43 
Maris, M., 46 
Mason, G. H., A.R.A., 142, 

174, 282 
Masquerier, 73, 146, 169 



35° 



INDEX. 



Matsys, Q., 71 

Maure, A., 47 

Meissonier, J. L. E., 48, 284, 

285 
Mercier, 170 
Merle, H., 142, 201 
Miles, F., 41 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 40, 

43, 44, 46, 142, 217, 282 
Miller, W., 41, 72, 143, 201 
Millet, J. F., 47, 217 
Moreau, 296 
Morgan, Fred., 42 
Morland, G., 70, 72, 73, 112, 

114, 115, 143, 173, 174, 201, 

202, 243, 244, 245, 256, 293, 

294, 295 
Morland, H., 39, 172, 286 
Moroni, G., 47 
Miiller, W., 46, 174 
Muncaksy, M., 44, 142 
Murillo, B. E., 132, 294 

N. 

Nattier, J. M., 47 

Needlework, various, 147 

Nicol, E., 42, 44 

Nixon, 114 

Northcote, J., R. A. ,71, 172, 173 

O. 

Opie, John, R.A., 39, 72, 143, 

202, 292 
Orchardson, W. Q., R.A., 46 
Owen, W., R.A., 199, 201 



Paton, F., 284 
Paul, Sir J. Dean, 174 
Paye, W., 197, 244, 245, 292 
Perelle, G. (views of France), 
147 



Perugini, 41 

Peters, Rev. J., R.A., 39, 73, 
146, 197, 198, 200, 245 

(after) (2 prints. " Angels 

and Children"), 4 

Peyrot, 47 

Phihp, J., R.A., 40, 43 

Phillips, T., 292 

Pinwell, G. J., 142, 282 

Plimer, 113 

Pocock, 145 

Pollard, 115, 174, 176 

Porter, 167 

Portraits in stipple and mezzo- 
tint, 169 

Prince, Le, 73, 203 



R. 

Rae, Henrietta, 42 

Raeburn, Sir H., 37, 38, 284 

Ramberg, 145, 165, 167, 169, 
172, 198 

Ramsay, A., 198 

Raoux, J., 71 

Raphael, 37, 38, 292 

Read, C, 41, 114, 144, 198 

Rembrandt, 38, 47, 71, 142, 
285, 294 

Reville, H. W., 296 

Reynolds, Sir Joshua, P.R.A., 
38, 39, 40, 69, 71, 72, 73, 
113, 114, 115, 116, 143, 144, 
146, 170, 171, 198, 199, 200, 
201, 202, 217, 243, 244, 256, 
283, 286, 292, 293, 294, 295, 
296 

Rigaud, H., 296 

Rising, 143 

Riviere, Briton, R.A., 40, 42, 

43 
Romney, G., 37, 38, 40, 72, 
112, 113, 114, 142, 145, 146, 
169, 200, 217, 243, 244, 284, 
285, 292, 294 



INDEX. 



351 



Roslin, 198 
Rosselin, 217 
Rossetti, D. G., 46 
Rousseau, T., 47 
Rowlandson, T., 73, 172, 174, 

175, 197 
Rubens, Sir P. P., 145, 146 
Russell, John, R.A., 115, 145, 

16S, i6g, 198 
Ruysdael, 47 
Ryley, 145, 167 



Sadler, Dendy, 44 

Sanders, 146 

Sant, J., R.A., 40, 41, 43 

Sartorius, 175 

and Morland, 72 

Sauerweid, 174 

Schall, 243 

Schmalz, H., 40, 41 

Shaw, Byam, 42 

Shayer, W., 176 

Shee, Sir Martin, P.R.A., 200 

Shelley, 198 

Singleton, H., 73, 112, 143, 
197, 201, 202 

and Brown, M., 172 

Smirke, R., 296 

Smith, J. R., 7i> 73. 165, 167, 
173. 197. 199. 200, 245, 292 
Smith, Loraine, 175 
Spencer, Countess, 114 
Sporting prints, old, 174 
Stacpoole (after Riviere), 283 
Stanfield, C, R.A., 132 
Stone, Marcus, R.A., 40, 42 
Stothard, T., R.A., 143, 145, 

166, 167, 168, 197, 256, 295 
Strockling, 72 
Strutt, A., 42 

Stubbs, G., R.A., 115, 175 
Sturgess, J., 42 
Swinstead, G. H., 41, 44 



T. 

Teniers, 132 

Thomson, Clifton, 175 

Thorburn, A., 41 

Titian, 46, 292 

Trewineau, Mrs.. 166 

Troyon, C, 47 

Turner, F. C, 295 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., 38, 
143, 219, 220, 221 (Sir James 
Knowles sale), 243, 283, 286 



U. 
UwiNS, T., R.A., 40 



Velasquez, 37, 46 

Vermeer, Jan, 47 

Vigee, le-Brun, Madame, 39, 

170, 244 
Villiers, Huet, 115. 169, 197, 

202, 293, 295 



W. 

Walker, F., A.R.A., 46, 47, 

142, 256, 282 
Waller, S. E., 40, 42 
Walton, 39 
Ward, J., R.A., 172, 173, 197, 

202, 245 
Ward, W., 112, 293 
Wardlow, 42 
Watteau, A., 73, 146 
Wehrschmidt, D. A., 39, 42 
Weigfcl's " Habitus Popu- 

lorum," costume plates 

from, 147 



352 



INDEX. 



West, B., P.R.A., 145, 146, 

294 
Westall, R., R.A., 37, 71, 72, 

73. 165, 197, 198, 200 
Wheatley, F., R.A., 71, 72, 73, 

115, 143, 165, 166, 168, 172, 

173, 200, 201, 202, 293, 295 
"Wheatley, F., R.A., and 

Westall, 73 
Whymper, 42 
Wigstead, 168 
Williams, Haynes, 40, 41 



Willison, 112, 198 
Wolstenholme, 175 
Wontner, 142 
Woodville, R. Caton, 41 
Wright, J. S., 42 



ZOFFANY, J., R. A., 71, 115, 172, 
199 



Engravings by : — 



A. 



Agar, J. (after Cosway), 72, 
145, 170, 200, 293 

(after C. Jones), 37 

Albano, F., 3 

AUx, P. M., 293 

Aiken, H., 296 

and Reeve (after Hodges), 

175 
Annis (after Wheatley), 73 
Appleton, T. G. (after Gains- 
borough), 142, 285 

(after Godward), 39 

(after Greuze), 39 

(after Hoppner), 40, 142 

(after Lawrence), 39, 285 

(after Leighton), 39 

(after Raeburn), 284 

(after Reynolds), 39, 40 

(after Romney), 39, 40, 

285 
(after Swinstead), 41 

and Greenhead (after 

Lawrence), 39 

(after Romney), 38 

Arendsen (after Gains- 
borough), 47 

(after Rembrandt), 142 

Atkinson, F., 39 
Atkinson, T. L., 42, 45 



Atkinson, T. L. (after Carter), 

4i>43 

(after Landseer), 48, 284 

(after Millais), 282 



B. 



Baillie, Capt., 71 
Baldrey, J. (after Downman), 
169 

(after Gardner), 197 

(after Hoppner), 71 

Baratteuse, La (after Millet), 

47 
Barlow, T. O., 42 

(after Millais), 40, 142, 

217 

(after J. Philip), 40, 43 

Barnard, W. (after Abbott), 
292 

(after Morland), 173, 174 

(after J. Ward), 197 

Barney, J. (after Hamilton), 

112 
Barney, W. (after Cosway), 

144, 199 
Bartolozzi, F., R.A., iii, 145, 

197 
(after Albano), 73 



INDEX. 



353 



Bartolozzi, F., R.A. (after 
Lady D. Beauclerc), 
114, 165 

(after Benwell), 112, 165, 

igg, 244 

(after Bunburj'), 114 

(after Cipriani), 70, 72, 

111, 112, 114, 165, 197, 
199, 200 

• (after Cosway), 113, 169, 

170, 197, 198, 200 

(after Coypel), 114 

(after Downman), 72, 114, 

169, 170 

Rafter Dupont), 292 

(after Hamilton), 73, 143, 

165, 166, 197 
(after Hoppner), 197 

(after Kauffman), iii, 

112, 165, 295 

(after Lawrence), 115, 

145, 169, 202, 244 

fafter Nixon), 114 

(after Peters), 73 

(after Ramberg), 165, 197 

(after Reynolds), 72, 73, 

114, 144, 146, 170, 171, 
198, 201, 244, 292, 294 

f after Roslin), 198 

(after Russell), 198 

(after Smirke), 296 

(after J. R. Smith), 71, 

165 
after Countess Spencer), 

114 
(after Westall), 165, 197, 

200 

(after Wheatley), 165, 

166, 200 

(after Wheatly and 

Westall), 71, 73 

and Gardiner, (after 

Hamilton), 168,294 

and Grozer (after Single- 
ton and Brown), 172 
Basire (after Reynolds), 199 
Bell, E. (after Beechey), 296 

A.J. 



Bell, E. (after^Morland), 174 

Benwell, 199 

Bethell, L., 284 

Bird, C, 47 

Blake, W. (after "J. B."),293 

Tafter Morland), 173 

(after Huet Villiers), 115, 

i6g, 202 
Blanchard, A., 42, 44, 45 

(after Alma - Tadema), 

48 

(after Frith), 42 

(after E. Long, R.A.), 38 

Boggi, J., 113 

Boilvin, E. (after Meissonier), 

285 
Bond, W. (after Morland), 295 
(after Singleton), 202 

and Nutter (after Mor- 
land), 173 

Bonneloy (after Miller), 73 
Bonnet (after Challe), 172 

(after Jollain), 172 

Bosse, 147 

Boucher, W. (after Dendy 

Sadler), 44 
Boulard, A. (after Flameng), 

44 
(after Halswelle), 44 

(after Meissonier), 284, 

285 

(after Millais), 44 

Bovi, M., 166, 168, 197 

(after Cipriani), 70 

(after Cosway), 169, 198 

(after Kauffman), 295 

Bracquemond, F., 44, 47 

(after Meissonier), 285 

(after Millet), 47 

(after Rousseau), 47 

Brandard, A. (after Turner), 

38 
Brandard, R. (after Turner), 

283 
Bridgwater, Scott (after him- 
self), 39 
(after Fildes), 42 



354 



INDEX. 



Bridgwater, Scott (after Gains- 
borough), 38 

fafter Greuze), 37, 42 

(after Hoppner), 37, 40, 

142, 244, 284, 285 

(after Lawrence), 285 

(after Leighton), 42 

(after Margetson), 43 

(after Romney), 37, 38, 

39, 40, 244, 284 

(after J. Sant), 43 

(after H. Schmalz), 40 

(after Madame Vigee-le- 

Brun), 39 
Bromley, J. (after Lawrence), 

292 
Bromley, W. (after Bowyer), 

71 
Bucourt, De, 172, 293 
Burke, J. (after Kauffman), 
112, 113, 115, 143. 201. 
217, 295 

(after Plimer), 113 

and C. Watson (after 

Downman), i6g 
Burnet, J. (after Landseer), 

49, 284 
Burney (after Hamilton), 166 
Burrows, T. (after Morland), 

174 



Caldwell (after Hamilton), 

198 
Cameron, D. Y., 70, in, 282 
Cardon, A., 198 

(after Cosway), 145, 146, 

169, 198, 201 

(after Masquerier), 73 

(after Huet Villiers), 197 

(after Wheatley), 72, 115, 

143, 168, 201, 202 
Carey (after Rowlandson), 197 
Catton (after Morland), 174 
Chaigneau, F. (after Jacque), 

47 



Chant, J.J. (after Reynolds), 

40 
Chapponnier, 70 
Chauvel, T. H. (after Dau- 
bigny), 46 

(after Leader), 44 

Cheesman, T., 112, 113 

(after Beechey), 145 

(after Cosway), 113 

(after Gainsborough), 145 

(after Kauffman), in 

(after Romney), 72, 113 

(after Singleton), 201 

(after Westall), 197 

Children's subjects, 166 
Clint (after Hoppner), 146, 

199 
Clouston (after Moroni), 47 
Coepping, C, 44 
Collyer, J. (after Downman), 
169 

(after Russell), 169, 198 

Conde, J., 166, 169 

(after Cosway), 72, 112, 

113, 143, 146, 169, 200, 295 
Cook, H. (after Westall), 198 
Cooper, R. (after Buck), 295 

(after Corbould), 167 

(after David), 201 

(after Van Dyck), 113 

(after Strockling), 72 

Cormack, M., 40 

(after Elsley, Haynes 

Williams, and S. E. 
Waller), 40 

(after Greuze), 40 

(after Hoppner), 142 

(after W. Miller), 41 

(after Romney), 142 

and Miller, J. D. (after 

Greuze), 39 
Courtney (after Rembrandt), 

47 
Courtry, C. (after Meissonier), 
285 

(after Muncaesy), 142 

(after Troyon), 47 



INDEX. 



355 



Cousen, J. (after Turner), 38 
Cousins, H. (after Landseer), 

48, 49 
Cousins, S., R.A., 45 

(after L. Dickenson), 40 

(after Greuze), 39, 142 

(after Landseer), 48, 71, 

283, 286 
(after Lawrence), 71, 72, 

114, 115, 146, 170, 198, 

201, 244, 283, 294 

(after Merle), 142, 201 

fafter Millais), 42, 43 

(after Raoux), 71 

(after Reynolds), 143, 202, 

244, 283, 286 

(after Riviere), 42, 283 

Couteux, Le (after Rosa Bon- 

heur), 44 

(after Breton), 47 

(after Millet), 47 

Curtis, J., i6g 



D. 



Dake (after Vermeer), 47 
Dale, G. (after Calderon), 284 
Damman (after Millet), 47, 

217 
Davison, W. (after Turner), 

38 
Dawe, H. (after J. Knight), 37 

(after H. Morland), 172, 

286 

(after Reynolds), 201 

Dayes, E. (after Morland), 293 
(after J. R. Smith), 71, 

197 
Dean, J. (after Hoppner), 294 

(after Morland), 293 

(after Opie), 202 

(after Reynolds), 144 

(after Wheatley), 293 

Debaines, B. (after Constable), 

142 
(after Harpignies), 47 



Debaines, B. (after Heffner), 

46 

(after Millais), 46 

(after Miiller), 46 

Delattre (after Hamilton), 166, 

168 

(after Wheatley), 166 

Descourtis (after Launay, De), 

172 

(after Schall), 243 

Dickinson, W., 197 

(after Kauffman), 73 

(after Peters), 73, 146, 

198 

(after Reynolds), 144, 146 

and Watson (after Rey- 
nolds), 199 
Dicksee, Herbert, 42, 44 
Dixon, J. (after T. Hudson), 

71 

(after Reynolds), 71, 73, 

144, 294, 296 

(after Zoffany), 71 

Dobie, J. (after C. Burton- 
Barber and E. Nicol), 
42 

f after E. Nicol), 44 

(after Dendy Sadler), 44 

Doughty, W. (after Reynolds), 

144 
Dubourg (after Pollard), 174, 

176 
Dumee (after Morland), 173 
Dumkarton, R. (after Rey- 
nolds), 200 
Dupont, G. (after Gains- 
borough), 294 
Diirer, A., 69, 217, 245 



E. 

Earlom, R. (after F. Boll), 
217 

fafter Gainsborough), 70 

(after Matsys), 71 

2 A* 



356 



INDEX. 



Earlom, R. (after Rembrandt), 
71,294 

Rafter Romney), 217 

t after Turner), 221 

(after Zoffany), 199 

Egginton (after Wheatley), 

293 

Every, 39 

f after Leighton), 41 

(after Opie), 39 

and Greenhead (after 

Romney), 38, 39 

Faber (after Kneller), 217 

Facius (after West), 145 

Fantin - Latour, H. (Litho- 
graphs), III 

Finlayson, J. (after Reynolds), 
144 

Fisher, E. (after Reynolds), 
73, 144, 146, 199, 200, 201, 
217 

Flameng, L., 217 

Focillon, 45, 47 

Fornet, E., 47 

Forster (after Titian), 292 

Freeman (after Mrs. Trewi- 
neau), 166 

and Stadler, 167 



G. 

Gardiner, 166 

(after Bunbury), 71 

and Bartolozzi (after 

Hamilton), 168, 294 
Gaugain, T. (after Artaud), 

243 
(after E. Dayes), 114, 

168 
(after Morland), 73, 115, 

173, 201, 293 

(after Westall), 197 

(after Wheatley), 72, 201 

and Orme, 166 



Gaujean, E. (etching after 

F. Walker), 47 
Gilbert, E. (after Douglas 

Adams and C. E. Johnson), 

41 
Gillray, J. (after himself), 143 
(after Countess Spencer), 

114 
Girardet (after E. Long, R.A.), 

38 
Gisborne, J. (after Page), 197 
Gooch, T., and Jukes, 176 
Goodall, E. (after Turner), 38, 

283 
Gosse, T. (after Morland), 294 
Graham, G. (after Morland), 

293 
Graham, P., R.A., 286 
Graves, R. (etching after 

Landseer), 48 
Green, V., 292 

(after L. F. Abbott), 72, 

292 
(after Falconet), 198, 202, 

294 

(after Gainsborough), 73 

(after Opie), 143 

(after C. Read), 144 

(after Reynolds), 115, 144, 

199, 200, 202, 244 

(after West), 146, 294 

(after WilUson), 198 

Greenhead, H. T., 38, 39, 40 

(after Hoppner), 38 

(after Lawrence), 39, 40, 

284 

(after Raeburn), 38 

(after Reynolds), 39, 40, 

286 

(after Romney), 38, 142 

(after Sant), 40, 41 

and Every (after Rom- 
ney) 38 

Grozer, J. (after Morland), 73 

(after Reynolds), 113, 

171, 294 
(after Romney), 170 



INDEX. 



357 



Grozer, J. (after Singleton), 

73 

and Bartolozzi (after 

Singleton and Brown), 172 



H. 

Haden, F. Seymour, 132, 217, 

282, 283 
(after D. Y. Cameron), 

70 
Haid, J. G., 293 

(after Amoroso), 293 

Haig, A. H., 44, 46, 70 (after 

Cameron), 142, 241 and 

242 (Trapnell sale), 243, 282, 

285 
Harmer, T., 167 
Harris, J. (after Pollard), 175, 
176 

(after Turner), 295 

and Summers, W. (after 

J. F. Herring and J. Harris), 

37 
Havell (after Pollard), 175, 

176 
Haward, F. (after Reynolds), 

70, 199, 294 
Hayes, E. L., 137 
Haynes, Leslie and Pratt, J. B. 

(after Constable), 40 
Hellen, 282 
Herkomer, H. Von, R.A., 44, 

46 
Henderson, W. (after Hopp- 

ner), 39 
(after Kaeburn^, 39 

(after Romney), 37, 38, 

39, 40, 285 

after T. Uwins, R.A.), 

40 

Hester, E. J., 41 

(after Sturgess), 42 

Hester, W. (after Greuze), 39 

fafter Lawrence), 38 

(after Byam Shaw), 42 



Hilman (after Le Prince), 73 

Hirst, Norman (after Con- 
stable), 42 

(after Hoppner), 285 

(after Marcus Stone, 

Leighton and Bisson), 40 

Hodges, C. (after Hoppner), 71 

(after Paye), 292 

(after Reynolds), 144, 170 

f after Rising), 143 

(after Romney), 145 

Hogarth, W., 132 

Hole, W,, 44, 46 

Hollis, J. (etching after 
Turner), 38 

Hoppner, J., R.A. (after him- 
self), 244 

Houston, R., 170 

Humphrey (after Hoppner), 
172 

" Hundred - Guilder Print, 
The," 71 

Hunt, C, 176 

Rafter Aiken), 175 

(after Pollard), 115, 175 

Hunting Subjects (Litho- 
graphs, etc.), 13 

Huson, T., 217 

Huth, F. (etching after 
Orchardson), 46 



J- 



Jackson, J. R. (after Land- 
seer), 48 

Jacobe, J. (after Reynolds), 
244 

(after Romney), 200 

Jacquet, J. (after Detaille), 284 

(after Meissonier), 48, 285 

Janinet, F., 172, 293 

Jeakes, J., 295 

Jenkins, E. (after Reynolds), 

73 
Jenner, J. (after Morland), 73 
Jennings, R., 147 



358 



INDEX. 



Johnson, C. E., 46 

Jones, J. (after Bigg), 172, 173 

(after Downman), 170 

(after Hardy), 198 

(after Lawranson), 202 

(after Reynolds), 69, 144, 

199 

(after Romney), 145 

(after Singleton), 143 

Josey, R. (after F. Miles), 41 
Josi, C. (after R. Westall), 72 
Jukes and Gooch, T., 176 

and Pollard (after Row- 

landson), 172 



K. 

Keating, G. (after Romney), 

113. 217 

(after Morland), 202 

and Ward (after Mor- 
land), 173 
Kemp-Welch, 41 
Kenealy, N., 39 
Knight, C, 174 

(after Hamilton), 73 

(after Hoppner), 197 

(after Reynolds), 113 

(after Stothard), 166, 

168, 197 
Koepping (after Gains- 
borough), 46 

(after Franz Hals), 44 

Krathe, L. (after Jules 
Breton), 46 

(after Corot), 47 

(after Diaz and Rous- 
seau), 47 
(after Jacque), 47 



L. 

Laguillermie (after van Dyck), 

142, 285 
(after Fildes), 47 



Laguiliermie (after Greuze), 46 
Lalanne, M. (after Corot), 47 

(after Dupre), 47 

Landseer, T., 45 

(after Rosa Bonheur), 37 

(after Sir E. Landseer), 

48, 284, 286 
Lane, R. (after Lawrence), 

198 
Law, D., 46, 285 
Legoux, 166 
Legros, A., 132 
Lewis, C. G. 45 

(after Aiken), 175 

(after F. G. Byron), 174 

(after Landseer), 48, 283, 

284 
Lithographs, 187 

Hunting Subjects, 13 

Lorichon (after Raphael), 292 
Lowenstam, L. 44, 45 

(after Alma - Tadema), 

45, 48, 142 
(after Burton - Barber), 

47 
Lucas, D. (after Constable), 

37, 217, 218, 283, 286 
Lucien, G., 44 

Lupton, T. (after Hayter), 72 
(after Turner), 221, 283 



M. 



Van 



McArdell, J. (after 

Dyck), 132, 293 

(after Lely), 170 

(after Kamsay), 198 

(after Reynolds), 73, 199, 

200 
Macbeth, R. W., R.A., 285 
(after Burne-Jones), 46, 

142, 282 
(after Mason), 46, 142, 

282 
(after Pinwell), 142, 282 



INDEX. 



359 



Macbeth, R. W. (after Wal- 

kerV 142, 256, 282 

(after Titian), 46 

(after Velasquez), 46 

Maile, G. (after "J. B."), 169 

(after Villiers), 293 

Malton,T. (after Rowlandson), 

172 
Mannin (after Stothard), 166 
Marcuard (after Reynolds), 

243 
Martini (after Moreau), 296 
Mathey, A., 44 

(after Gainsborough), 47, 

285 

(after Meissonier), 48 

Mathey, F. (after Gains- 
borough), 44 
Merke, H. (after Howitt), 175 
Meryon, C, 218 (Sir James 

Knowles Sale), 242 
Meyer, H. (after Hoppner), 
201, 292, 293 

(after Lawrence), 115, 198 

(after Romney), 146, 292 

Mignon, A. (after Meissonier), 

284, 285 
Miller, F. (after Wontner), 

142 
MiUer, J. D., 45 

fafter Dicksee), 40 

(after Fildes), 39 

(after Greuze), 285 

(after Leighton), 40 

and Cormack, M. (after 

Greuze), 39 
Minasi (after Lady D. Beau- 
clerc), 168 

(after Cipriani), 114, 199 

Monzies, L., 44 

(after Meissonier), 284 

Moreau, J. M., lejeune, 202 
Morghen, R. (after Raphael), 

38, 292 
Mottram (etching after Land- 
seer), 48 
MuUer, F. (after Raphael), 37 



Murphy, J. (after Miller), 201 
Murphy, J. (after Wheatley), 

295 
Murray, C. O., 44, 46 



N. 



Newton, J., 169 

Nugent, T. (after Hoppner), 

198, 244 
Nutter, W., 166 

(after Bigg), 197 

(after Morland), 112 

(after Ramberg), 169 

(after Reynold sj, 171 

(after Singleton), 112 

and Bond (after Mor- 
land), 173 



O. 



Ogborne, J. (after Romney), 

113, 169 
Orme, D. (after Bigg), 71 

(after Cosway), 145 

and Gaugain, 166 



Palmer, Sam, 132 

Park, T. (after Huck), 172 

(after Reynolds), 202, 

294 
Parker (after Smirke), 296 
Patricot (after Hoppner), 47 

(after Nattier), 47 

(after W. Unger), 47 

Perietti (after Titian), 292 
Pether (after Drouais), 199 

(after Greuze), 199 

(after Ramberg), 172 

Phillips, C. (after Reynolds), 

292 
PhiUips, J. H. (after WestaU), 

37 



360 



INDEX. 



Place, M. (after Cosse), 243 

(after Porter), 167 

Pollard (after Dayes), 73 

(after Mason), 174 

(after Pocock), 145 

and Jukes (after Row- 

landson), 172 
Ponce, N. (after Fragonard), 

114 
Pratt, J. B. (after Rosa Bon- 

heur), 43 

(after Constable), 37, 41, 

285 

(after Fildes), 37 

(after C. Fould), 41 

(after Graham), 37, 41 

(after Hey wood Hardy), 

42 
(after Hoppner), 37, 38, 

39 
(after Landseer), 48, 283, 

284 

(after Lawrence), 40 

(after F. Paton), 284 

(after Raeburn), 37, 38 

(after Briton Riviere, 

R.A.), 40, 42 

(after Romney), 37, 39 

and Haynes, Leslie (after 

Constable), 40 
Pratt, Stanley, 42 

(after Strutt), 42 

Prenner, G. G., 147 

Prior, T. A. (after Turner), 

283 
" Prodigal Son, The" (a set 

of 6 Lithographs), 4 
Propert, J. L., 296 
Purcell, R. (after Van der 

Myn), 71 
Pye, J. (after Turner), 383 



Raab (etching after Heffner), 
46 



Rajon, P. (after Alma- 
Tadema), 48 

(after Seymour Lucas), 

46 

Reeve (after Pollard), 115, 

175 

(after Wolstenholme), 

175 
and Aiken (after Hodges), 

175 
Rembrandt, 70, 143, 217,245, 

296 
Reynolds, S. W., 70 

(after Dubuffe), 199 

(after Hoppner), 72, 146, 

170, 199 
(after Jackson), 114 

(after Lawrence), 198, 

201 

fafter Morland), 73 

(after Northcote), 71 

(after Opie), 292 

(after Sir Joshua Rey- 

nolds), 146, 217, 243 
(after Turner), 221 

(after Vigee-le-Brun), 

170 
Richomme (after Caracci), 

292 
Riviere, Briton, R.A., 283 
Robinson, G. (after Franz 

Hals), 256 

(after Gainsborough), 

285 

Robinson, Sir J. C, 217 
Robinson, J. H. (after Land- 
seer), 37 

(after Van Dyck), 37 

Rosenberg (after Pollard), 

176 
Ruet, L., 44 
Ruotte, 70 

(after Kauffman), 145 

Rupert, Prince, 198 

Ryall, H. T., 45 

(after Landseer), 48, 284, 

285 



INDEX. 



361 



Ryder, T. (after Huck), 143 

(after Kauffman), 71 

Ryland, W. (after Kauffman), 
III, 115, 143, 168, 197, 200 



Saillair (after Cosway), 145 
St. Aubin (after Le Prince), 

202 
Salmons, E. (after Reville), 

296 
Say, W. (after Clarke), 294 

Tafter Hoppner), 198, 294 

(after Masquerier), 146 

f after Murillo), 294 

(after Owen), 201 

Sayer, R., 202 

Schiavonetti (after Benazek), 

293 

(after Cosway), 113, 199 

(after Edridge), 145 

(after Wheatley), 115, 

168, 201 
Scorodomoff (after Kauff- 
man), 112 
Scott, E. (after Ansell), 168 

(after Bunbury), 197 

(after Morland), 173 

Scriven (after Sauerweid), 174 
Sedcole (after J . Farquharson), 

37, 41, 42, 44 
Sharp, W. (after Reynolds), 

292 
Sherwin, J. K., 169, 293 
Short, Frank, 44 

(after Hoppner), 39 

(after Turner), 221 

Siccardi, 114 

Sievier, R. (after Lawrence), 

292 
Simmons, W, H., 45 

(after Faed), 42 

(after Landseer), 48 

(after Leighton), 42 



Simon, P., 217 

(after Opie), 72 

(after Reynolds), 113, 

115, 170, 293 

(after Wheatley), 167 

Simpson, T., 166 
Slocombe, C. P. (after Rem- 
brandt), 142 
Slocombe, E., 46 
Smith, I. (after Kneller), 217 
Smith, J. R., 73, 112, 167, 170, 

197, 199, 200, 245 

(after Barry), 295 

(after Berridge), 286 

(after De Wilde), 71 

(after Engleheart), 72 

(after Gainsborough), 73 

(after Devis), 170 

(after Morland), 70, 72, 

73. ii5> 143. 173. 174. 
202, 244, 245, 293, 294, 

295 
(after Northcote), 71, 

172 
(after Peters), 24, 200, 

245 
(after Reynolds), 71, 73, 

144, 146, 171, 202, 217, 
244, 295 

(after Romney), 112, 114, 

145, 243, 294 

(after Zoffany), 71 

Smith, W. R. (after Turner), 

38 
Sm)i;he, R. (after Hoppner), 

38, 39 

(after H. Morland), 39 

Soiron, F. D. (after Dayes), 

114 

(after Morland), 173, 174 

Spilsbury, J., igS 

Spooner (after Reynolds), 199, 

202 
Stacpoole, F. (after T. O. 

Barlow), 40 
(after C. Burton- Barber), 

40,42 



362 



INDEX. 



Stacpoole, F. (after Land- 
seer), 48 

(after G. D. Leslie, 

R.A.), 40, 142 
Stadler and Freeman, 167 
Stamp, E. (after Raeburn), 
38 

(after Reynolds), 40 

Stanier, R., 166 
Stevenson, J. (after Land- 
seer), 48 
Storck, C. (after Romney), 39 
Strutt, J. (after Russell), 145 

(after Stothard), 256 

Summers, W. (after J. Bur- 
gess), 42 

and Harris, J. (after J. F. 

Herring and J. Harris), 

37 
Swan, J. M., R.A., 42 
Sutherland, T., 175 

(after Aiken), 115, 175 

(after Herring), 175 



Taylor, 47 
Thomas, P., 70 
Tissot, J. J., 243 
Tomkins, C. (after F. Good- 
all), 41 
Tomkins, P. W., 145, 166, 197 

(after Ansell), 168 

(after Bartolozzi), 145 

(after Bigg), 70 

(after Miss Conyers), 

244, 295 

(after Downman), 169 

(after Hamilton), 168 

(after Morland), 173 

(after Russell), 168, 169 

Touvenin, 70 

Trotter (after Kauffman), 112 

Turner, C, 170, 175, 198, 243 

(after Agasse), 116 

(after Bauzit), 292 



Turner, C. (after Correggio), 
244 

(after Fogan), 245 

(after Gainsborough), 

143 

(after Greuze), 244 

(after Howard), 114 

(after Hoppner), 217 

Turner, C. (after Lawrence), 

146, 198, 201, 292 

(after Owen), 199 

(after Phillips), 292 

(after Ramsay), 198 

fafter Rembrandt), 71 

(after Reynolds), 71, 144, 

199. 293 

(after Russell), 115 

(after Sanders), 146 

(after Shee), 200 

(after Singleton), 73 

(after J. M. W. Turner), 

221, 243 

(after Vigee-le - Brun), 

244 

(after Villiers), 295 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A. 

(" Liber Studiorum." 

Complete sets), 143, 

219 

(from " Liber Studio- 

rum "), 69, 70, 243 

(" Liber Studiorum," 

unpublished plates, etc. 
Sir James Knowles Sale), 
219, 220, 221 

Turrell, A. J., 43, 46 



Valmon, L., 46 
Vendramini (after P. Jean), 
169 

(after Wheatley), 168, 

202 
Vertue, 143 



INDEX. 



363 



W. 

Walker, James (after Peters), 

198 

(after Romney), 294 

Wallis, R. (after Turner), 38, 

2S6 
Waltner, C, 46 

(after himself), 245 

(after Dagnan-Bouveret), 

44 

(after Dicksee), 283 

(after Gainsborough), 47 

(after F. Goodall), 47 

fafter Holl), 47 

(after Hoppner), 170 

(after Lawrence), 47 

(after Mason), 142 

(after Morland), 73, 173 

(after Muncacsy), 44 

(after Rembrandt), 285 

(after Romney), 47 

(after F. Walker), 46, 282 

Ward, J. and W. (after J. 

Ward), 202 
Ward, W. (after himself), 112, 

166, 167, 293 

rafter Bigg), 243 

(after M. Brown), 170 

(after Hoppner), 144, 146 

(after Ibbetson^, 295 

(after Morland), 72, 73, 

112, 114, 115, 173, 174, 

243, 256, 293, 294,295 
(after Morland and Sar- 

torius), 72 
(after Muller), 174 

(after Ramberg), 167, 

198 

(after Reynolds), 116, 

170 

(after Singleton), 197 

(after J. R. Smith), 173, 

245, 292 

(after Stothard), 295 

(after J. Ward), 172, 173, 

197 



Ward, W. (after Wheatley), 

172 
and Keating (after Mor- 
land), 173 
Watson, C. (after Hoppner), 
112 

(after Reynolds), 199 

(after Rosselin), 217 

(after Shelly), 198 

and Burke (after Down- 
man), 169 
Watson, J. (after Cotes), 170, 
244 

(after Cotes and Read), 

198 

(after Hamilton), 170 

(after Kauffman), 170 

(after Read), 114, 144 

(after Reynolds), 71, 144, 

170, 199, 200, 244, 286 
Watson, T. (after Gardner), 
112 

(after Lely), 170, 198 

(after Reynolds), 38, 115, 

144, 146, 170, 200, 244, 
294, 295 

(after WilUson), 112 

Watson and Dickinson (after 

Reynolds), 199 
Watts, J. H., 45 

(after Landseer), 48 

Webb, J. C, 39 

(after Ansdell), 142 

(after Margetson), 41, 

42 

(after Raebum), 38, 39 

(after Wardlow), 42 

Wehrschmidt, 39 

(after Romney), 39 

(after Walton), 39 

Westall, 198 

Whessell (after Wheatley), 

173 
Whistler, J. M., 70, 11 1, 217, 

218,243 (Sir James Knowles, 

sale) 
White, C, 167, 168 



364 



INDEX. 



White, C. (after Lady D. 

Beauclerc), 114 

(after Cosway), 114 

f after Gardner), 115 

(after Stothard), 143 

Wilde, S., 71 

Wilkin, C, 143 

(after Hoppner), 169, 

199, 202 

(after Reynolds), 146, 171 

Wille, J. G. (after Dietricy), 

295 
W^ilUams, E. (after Wigstead), 

168 
Williamson, T. (after Mor- 

land), 245 
W'illmore, J. T. (after Turner), 

38, 283 
Willmore,T. (after Landseer), 

49 
Wilson, J. (after Reynolds), 72 



Woollett, W. (after Stubbs), 

Wright, C. (after Morland), 
174 



Young, C. (after Hoppner), 

116 
Young, J. (after Hoppner), 
146, 202, 244, 293, 294 

Tafter Keymer), 292. 

(after Morland), 174 

(after Paye), 244, 245 

(after Zoffany), 172 



Z. 

ZoBEL, G. (after Reynolds), 
286 



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