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Art Prices Current. Advertisements. 

ART PRICES CURRENT. 

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. 

WCStminSter Gazette. — "A valuable work of reference, 
and the few almost inevitable errors that have crept in are unimportant 
in comparison with the accuracy and usefulness of the whole compila- 
tion. There is no doubt as to its value for purposes of reference." 

J\Yt RettieiD. (St. Louis, U.S.A.).—" It is a very useful book 
for dealers and collectors — indeed, one might say it is invaluable." 

ITCancbester Guardian. — ** it is by far the most useful 

publication of the kind which has yet appeared. Everyone who has 
occasion to look up sale records knows how often the earlier books of 
this kind disappoint the searcher, but the new record, with its admirable 
indexes, is all that could be desired." 

JltfrenaeUffi* — " The handiest record of its kind and, within 
its limits, yet published." 

$tU(liO. — " Extremely useful to the collector." 

OXfOrd CI)rOniCle. — " The art collector who desires to keep 
himself systematically in touch with current prices in the sale-room 
will find this an invaluable volume." 

$C0t$man* — " Useful, carefully edited, and fully indexed . . . 
brings all the material well into hand for purposes of reference by an 
excellent series of indexes." 

£0tld0n Opinion — " The Curio Editor can recommend this 
most comprehensive volume to all readers who are collectors, dealers, 
or interested in any way in the art world." 

GUardiatl. — " The most complete record of art sales procurable, 
and the most lucid and best arranged." 

Cl)e CliClUe. — " There is no doubt of the great value of books 
of this class, and the Press generally has hailed this as the best and most 
useful thing of the kind yet attempted." 

GlObe. — " Will be welcomed by most connoisseurs." 




Art Prices Current Advertisements. 



VOLUME V— I9II-I2. 

The Advantage of Subscribing 
in Advance. 




jUBSCRIBERS in advance for Volume 
V will be entitled to receive, post free, 
the Monthly Record of Prices from 
January to August, 19 12, as well as the 
Bound Volume with Index on its publication 
in the autumn of 19 12. 

The publishers need hardly point out the 
value to Art Dealers and Collectors of this 
monthly record for the purpose of immediate 
reference and annotation. 

Inasmuch as the complete volume will 
be supplied to them on publication, they need 
have no scruple about marking or cutting the 
monthly parts as may be found convenient. 



The Volumes for 1907-8, 1908-9, and 1909-10 
(containing the whole of Christie's Sale Prices of 
Pictures, Drawings, Engravings, and Etchings) are 
still on sale at 10s. 6d. net each; lis. post free to 
any part of the World. 

Offices of "The Fine Art Trade Journal," 

Maxwell House, Arundel Street, 

Strand, London, W.C. 



Art Prices Current. 



Advertisements 



A. LIONEL ISAACS, 

59, Piccadilly, London, W. 

French Illustrated Books of the 
XVIHth and XlXth Centuries. - 

Collections Purchased. 



Telephone: Mayfair, 4435. 



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210, Gt. Portland Street, & 69, Bolsover Street, London, W. 

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Advertisements. 



NETHERLANDS 
GALLERY. • • 

Pictures by Dutch and Flemish 
Masters; also by those of the 
Early English School. 

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FRANK T. SABIN, 

FINE AND RARE ENGRAVINGS. 

PICTURES, MINIATURES, 

DRAWINGS, BOOKS, AUTOGRAPHS, &c. 

172, New Bond Street, 

LONDON, W. (Only address.) 
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ART PRICES CURRENT 

1-11. 



BEING A RECORD OF SALE PRICES AT 
CHRISTIE'S DURING THE SEASON; 
TOGETHER WITH REPRESENTATIVE 
PRICES FROM THE SALES OF MESSRS. 
SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE, AND 
MESSRS. PUTTICK & SIMPSON, 



WITH AN 

INDEX TO ARTISTS' AND 
ENGRAVERS' NAMES AND 
TO THE TITLES OF SUBJECTS 
SOLD. 

Edited by 
G. INGRAM SMYTH. 

VOLUME IV. 

London : 

Offices of "THE FINE ART TRADE JOURNAL," 
MAXWELL HOUSE, ARUNDEL STREET, 
STRAND, W.C 



Art Prices Current. Advertisements. 



An Indispensable Reference Book. 

In five volumes, 4to., 21s. net each ; or in half-morocco, 31s. 6d. net each. 



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A New Edition, Revised and Enlarged under the 

Supervision of GEORGE C. WILLIAMSON, Litt.D., 

assisted by a large Staff- of Specialists. 

With 500 Illustrations, including 40 Photogravure Plates. 

The present edition contains upwards of 1,400 new biographies, and nearly 
6,000 corrections have been made .in articles which have been allowed to stand. 
In addition to this, 250 lives have been partly re-written. 

" The text bears evidence of careful revision on every page ; and the value 
of the book to the general reader is very greatly increased by a fine series of repro- 
ductions after masterpieces in all countries. In short, Dr. Williamson has done 
his work with intelligence and with thoroughness. Certainly no one interested 
in the Fine Arts can afford to be without this comprehensive and indispensable 
dictionary."- — Pall Mall Gazette. 

Write for Illustrated Prospectus. 



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CONTENTS. 



Preface 

List of Sales . 

Index : — 

Drawings . 

Pictures 
Engravings : — 

Artists 
Engravers 



PAGE 

xiii 



xv 



665—695 
699 — 766 

769—785 
789 — 822 



Art Prices Current. Advertisements. 



A. W. WILDE & GO. 



A Large Selection of 

Water Colours, by Modern and Early English 
Artists. 

Engraving's, Old and Modern, always on view. 

Speciality: Water Colours by Baragwanath King 
and John Varley. 



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Art Prices Current. Advertisements. 



Dictionary of Art Sales 

HELD IN 

Paris, London and other centres during 

the Eighteenth and Nineteenth 

Centuries, 

Including Pictures, Drawings, Engravings, &c. &c. 



Edited by Dr. H. MIREUR, 

Laureai de I'Institut, Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur. 



This unique work (printed in French), is to consist of eight 
volumes, each containing about 600 pages Royal 8vo. 
Five volumes are now ready, and it is expected that 
the work will be completed before the end of 191 2. 

The Art Trade Press, Limited, who have acquired exclu- 
sive rights for the United Kingdom, offer the entire 
work for Twelve Guineas net, or separate volumes at 
the price of £1 12s. 6d. net each. 

" The Dictionary of Art Sales " will be found invaluable by 
both Collectors and Dealers in comparing the rise and 
fall of prices. 

It can be ordered through any Bookseller or direct (with 
remittance) from 

THE ART TRADE PRESS, Limited 

(Publishers of The Fine Art Trade Journal 
and Art Prices Current)^ 

Maxwell House, Arundel St., Strand, London, W.C. 

A descriptive circular, with Specimen 
pases, will be forwarded on application. 



Art Prices Current. Advertisements. 

Hanfstaengl, 

Fine Art Reproducer and Publisher, 

1 6, Pall Mall East, S.W. 

Important for purposes 
of Identification. 

A LL the important Pictures in nearly all of 

THE PUBLIC GALLERIES and many 

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS OF EUROPE 

have been reproduced by Hanfstaengl. 

Published in Uniform Series at i/- and 6/- each — 
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Preface to Volume IV. 

In submitting the Fourth Volume of Art Prices Current,. 
the Publishers would, in the first instance, draw attention 
to its much extended scope. The present volume, which con- 
sists of 822 pages, marks an important advance on the 
previous three issues, in respect not only to size, but also to the 
contents and their arrangement. In deference to the wishes of 
many purchasers of the previous volumes, the publishers decided 
to add to a complete record of Messrs. Christie's sales a repre- 
sentative selection of prices from those of Messrs. Sotheby, 
Wilkinson & Hodge, and Messrs. Puttick & Simpson. The 
inclusion of these prices will, it is hoped, largely enhance the 
interest of the work as regards engravings and etchings. 

A most important improvement has also been made in 
the Index by giving the titles of subjects as well as names of 
artists and engravers. As in former years, it is divided into, 
three sections — Drawings, Pictures {i.e., Oil Paintings), and 
Engravings, the latter of which is subdivided into separate 
indexes of the names of artists and the engravers. 

It is to be regretted that it was impossible to publish 
the book at the end of the autumn of 1 911, as was anticipated. 
The delay was caused by the extension of the Index (to which 
we have just referred) entailing a far larger amount of work 
than was foreseen. As regards future volumes, arrangements 
will be made to ensure their publication in the autumn of each 
year, as soon after the close of each season's sales as is 
practicable. 

Owing to exigencies of space, it was necessary in the case of 
the Japanese Prints, the Prints from Liber Studiorum, and 
the publications of the Arundel Society, to index them without 
titles, but with a full reference to the pages in the body of the 
book where particulars are given. In the case of Engravings, 
the titles of the prints will be found under the names of the 
Engravers. 

That occasional errors may be found in the Index is a fore- 
gone conclusion, taking into account the number of titles to be 
dealt with. Where these have occurred, and our readers 
become aware of them, we hope to be informed, with a view to 
their elimination in future volumes. 



Art Prices Current. Advertisements. 



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A History of Oriental Carpets before 1800. 

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partly in colours, containing 41 figures, 16 smaller coloured 
figures with the text, and 377 monochrome illustrations, 
in 3 portfolios. 
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The Miniature Painters of Persia, India, 
and Turkey. By F. R. Martin. 
(In Preparation). 

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containing some 450 examples of Persian Miniature work from Manuscripts 
and other sources^contained inj] the most important collections of Europe 
and Asia. 
Only 400 copies will be printed, and the price will probably be 10 guineas. 

The Kokka. A monthly Journal of Orien- 
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Most of the back numbers can still be supplied, as follows : — 

Parts 1-132, 4/II net each. 

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Three Essays on Oriental Painting. By 

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A large stock of Books on the Fine Arts, in addition to 
Standard Works in all branches of Literature, Illuminated 
Manuscripts, Engravings, etc., is always on view. Catalogues 
may be had. 



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LIST OF SALES. 

PAGE 

October 14, 1910. (P.) 

Engravings, Drawings, and Paintings, including the 
collection of the late E. J. McDouall, Esq., Twic- 
kenham ........ 1 

October 28, 1910. (P.) 

Engravings, Drawings, and Arundel Society Publica- 
tions . . . . . . . .12 

November 2 and 3, 1910. (S.) 

Japanese Colour-prints, the property of E. L. Cappel, 
Esq., and other collectors . , . . .23 

November 7 and 8, 1910. (5.) 

Engravings, Drawings, Paintings, and Arundel 

Society Publications . . . . . -37 

November ii, 19 10. (P.) 
Engraving, Drawings, and Pictures . . .50 

November 19, 1910. (C.) 

British and Foreign Historical Portraits and a few 
pictures ........ 61 

November 23, 1910. (C.) 

Engravings and Etchings, the property of the late 
^Edward Harris, Esq., Rydal Villa, Sydenham, the 
late H. G. Crewe, Esq., Pendennis House, Kersal, 
Manchester, etc. ...... 66 



LIST OF SALES. 



November 26, 1910. (C.) 

Modern Pictures and Drawings, the property of the 
late H. G. Crewe, Esq., the late Mrs. Sarah Smith, 
York House, Alexandra Road, N.W., the late Sir 
Patteson Nickalls, Chislehurst, and the late A. J. 
Elkington, Esq., 25, Hans Road, S.W. . . 73 

November 28, 1910. (C.) 

Water-colour Drawings, the property of the late 
Edward Harris, Esq., Rydal Villa, Sydenham . 78 

November 30, 1910. (S.) 

Engravings ; Drawings by old masters of the Flemish, 
Dutch, and French Schools, Arundel Society pub- 
lications, etc., including the collection of the late 
H. Penfold, Esq., Littlehampton . . 84 

December 3, 1910. (C.) 

Ancient and Modern Pictures, the property of Mr. 
J. D. Ichenhauser, 203, Gloucester Terrace, W. . 91 

December 5, 1910. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, the property of the late Mr. 
J. Fieldhouse, 21, Snow Hill, Birmingham ; prop- 
perty of the late J. Brown, Esq., etc. ... 97 

December 5, 1910. (P.) 
Engravings, Etchings, and Drawings . . . 101 

December 6, 1910. (C.) 

Etchings, Woodcuts, etc., the property of Earl 
Bathurst, Cirencester House, Cirencester . . 111 

December 10, 1910. (C.) 

Pictures and Drawings, including the properties of the 
late Mrs. Williams, 5, Albert Hall Mansions ; and 
H. G. Smith, Esq., The Priory, Isle of Wight, and 5, 
Bryanston Square . . . . . .116 

December 12, 1910. (C) 

Pictures and Drawings, including properties of the 
late C. W. Chaplin, Esq., Broughton Astley Hall, 
Leicester . . . . . . . .122 



LIST OF SALES. 



December 13, 1910. (C.) 

Drawings and Engravings, including properties of the 
late Sir Theodore Martin, K.C.B., K.C.V.O., 31, 
Onslow Square, S.W. ; the late Thomas Lupton, 
Esq., " Woodside," Arkwright Road, Hampstead ; 
and the late Mrs. Ford, 31, Mentone Mansions, 
Fulham, and Heme Bay . . . . .127 

December 17, 1910. (C.) 

Pictures and Drawings, including properties of the late 
Sir Theodore Martin, K.C.B., K.C.V.O., and the 
late William Lethbridge, Esq. . . . 133 

January 5 and 6, 191 1. (P.) 
Engravings, Arundel Society Publications, etc. . 139 

January ii, 1911. (S.) 

Engravings, Baxter Colour Prints, etc., including 
properties of Dr. Howard Jones, Great Portland 
Street, W. ; and T. J. Bellingham, Esq., Francis 
Street, Leeds . . . . . . .145 

January 12, 191 1. (5.) 

Arundel Society Publications, Drawings, Etchings, 

Engravings, and Pictures . . . . .150 

January 20, 191 1. (P.) 

Engravings, Etchings, etc., including the collection 
of the late George Scott Miller, Esq., Meopham, 
Kent ........ 157 

January 21, 191 1. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, including a portion of the 
remaining works of the late Frank Dillon, R.I., 
Upper Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, W. . . 161 

January 24, 1911. (C.) 

Engravings, including some of the property of Lord 
Ronald Gower, Hammerfield, Penshurst, Kent . 166 

January 24, 191 1. (S.) 

Japanese Colour Prints, the private collection of an 
importer of Japanese products :• . . . .173 



LIST OF SALES. 



January 28, 191 1. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, the property of Lord Ronald 
Gower, etc. . . . . . • .180 

January 31, 191 1. (C.) 

Engravings and Etchings, including the property of 

the late Daniel Meinertzhagen, Esq. . . .186 

January 25, 26, and 27, 191 1. (S.) 

Japanese Colour Prints, the remaining portion of the 
private collection of an importer of Japanese 
products ........ 191 

February i, 191 i. (S.) 

Engravings, Etchings, and Drawings, the property 

of Arthur M. Champernowne, Esq., Totnes . . 21 1 

February 3, 191 1. (P.) 
Engravings, Etchings, Baxter Prints, etc. . .221 

February 4, 1911. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, the properties of the late 
Theodore Lloyd, Esq., Haling Cottage, South 
Croydon ; the late Percy Wigram, Esq., 16, Queen's 
Gardens, W. ; the late G. Lord, Esq., Alderley 
Edge ; the late R. S. Collinge, Esq., etc. . . 228 

February ii, 1911. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, including properties of the late 
Alexander Casella, Esq., Wetherby Road, S.W. ; 
Henry Lee Warner, Esq., Walsingham Abbey, Nor- 
folk ; Sir John Grey Hill, Mere Hall, Birkenhead, 
etc. 233 

February 17, 1911. (C.) 
Etchings by D. Y. Cameron and J. M. Whistler . . 239 

February 17, 191 1. (P.) 

Engravings, Etchings, and Arundel Society Publica- 
tions ........ 244 

February 17, 191 1. (5.) 
Engravings, etc. . . . . . . ,250 



LIST OF SALES. 



February 18, 1911. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, including properties of Lear 
J. Drew, Esq., Courtnay House, Hove ; Walter 
Taylor, Esq., Whitchurch, Aylesbury, etc. . . 256 

February 20, 191 1. (C) 

Drawings and Pictures, including properties of the late 
Sir Theodore Martin, K.C.B. ; the late F. La Tour 
Mason, Esq., 15, Arlington Street, S.W. ; the 
late George Aitchison, Esq., 170, Harley Street, 
W. 261 

February 25, 191 1. (C.) 

Pictures and Drawings, including the property of the 
late Lady Amelius Beauclerk, 3, Bryanston Square, 
W. ; etc . . .266 

February 28, 191 1. 

Mezzotint Portraits and other Engravings, the prop- 
erty of John Charrington, Esq., The Grange, 
Shenley, Herts. ....... 272 

March i, 191 i. (5.) 

Turner's " Liber Studorium," and other Engravings 
and Etchings, including properties of the late M. 
Holloway, Esq. ; the late Sir John Evans, K.C.B. , 
F.R.S. ; etc 279 

March 3, iqn. (P.) 
Engravings and Etchings . . . . .285 

March 4, 1911. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, including properties of H. M. 
Taylor, Esq. and J. H. Taylor, Esq., Manchester . 292 

March 6, 191 1. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, including properties of the 
late Maximilian Linder, Esq., Chad Valley, Edg- 
baston ; Mr. J. Fieldhouse, 21, Snow Hill, Bir- 
mingham ; etc. ...... 297 



LIST OF SALES. 



March ii, 1911. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, including properties of Mrs. 
Murray, Duart Castle, N.B. ; the late Mrs. Barnard, 
Cave Castle, Yorkshire ; and the late Rev. H. B. 
George, Holywell Lodge, Oxford .... 302 

March 13, 191 1. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, including part stock of the 
late Mr. A. Smith, 1, Grafton Street, W. . . 308 

March 17, 1911. (P.) 

Engravings, etc., including properties of the late 
A. T. Home, Esq. ; etc. . . . . .313 

March 18, 1911. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, including properties of the 
late Joseph Dixon, Esq., 1, St. John's Gardens, 
Ladbroke Grove, W. ; the late Daniel Meinertz- 
hagen, Esq., 26, Rutland Gate, W. ; the remaining 
works of the late Eyre Crowe, A. R. A. ; etc. . . 318 

March 20, 191 1. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, property of the late Charles 
T. Jacoby, Esq. ...... 323 

March 21, 191 1. (C.) 

Engravings, including the property of Mrs. Murray 
Guthrie, Duart Castle, Isle of Mull, N.B. . . 327 

March 20 and 21, 191 1. (S.) 
Engravings, Drawings by Constable, Arundel Society 
Publications, etc. ...... 332 

March 24, 1911. (S.) 

Pictures and Drawings, including properties of T. 

f Taylor, Esq. ; Mrs. Penwarne-Wellings, Ash- 
burton ; the late M. Holloway, Esq., 25, Bedford 
Street, W.C. ; the late Colonel Montague, 123, 
Pall Mall, S.W. ; etc. 339 

March 25, 191 1. (C.) 

Pastels, Pictures, and Drawings, including the remain- 
ing works of the late Thomas Blinks ; works by 
the late David Farquharson, A.R.A. ; etc. . . 343 



LIST OF SALES. 



March 28, 191 1. (C.) 



Engravings 



March 6 and 7, 191 1. (5). 
Japanese Colour Prints 



April 12, 191 1. (C.) 



347 



March 29 and 30, 191 1. (5.) 

Engravings and Drawings, with publications of the 
Arundel Society, property of the late Charles 
Butler, Esq., Warren Wood, Hatfield ; etc. . . 353 

March 31, 1911. (P.) 

Engravings, including property of the late A. T. 
Home, Esq. ....... 365 



371 



April i, 1911. (C). 

Drawings and Pictures, including the property of the 
late D. P. McEuen, Esq., 24, Pembridge Square, 
W. 385 

April 3, 1911. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, the property of the late 
Dr. Dyce Brown, 29, Seymour Street, W. . . 390 

April 4 and 5, 1911. (C.) 
Etchings, Engravings and Lithographs, the property 
of Mr. Lee Hutchins, New York .... 396 

April 8, 191 1. (C) 

Drawings and Pictures, including properties of John 
Wright, Esq., The Priory, Hatfield Peverel, Essex ; 
the late Rev. Basil Beridge, Algarkirk Hall, Lincoln- 
shire ; Alfred J. Bethell, Esq. ; the late Richard 

. Martin, Esq., Theydon Bois ; etc. . . . 408 

April 10, 1911. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, including property of the late 
Rt. Hon. Sir Charles W. Dilke, M.P., 76, Sloane 
Street, S.W. ; etc. ...... 414 



Pictures 



420 



LIST OF SALES. 



April 22, 1911. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, including property of the late 
Peter Owen, Esq., The Manor, Great Sutton ; etc. 425 

April 24, 1911. (C). 

Drawings and Pictures, including property of A. J. 
Constable, Esq., The Lodge, Littlehampton ; etc. 430 

April 26, 191 1. (C.) 

Engravings and Etchings, including property of the 
late Charles T. Jacoby, Esq., 8, Knightsbridge, 
S.W 435 

April 26 and 27, 191 1. (5.) 

Engravings, Etchings, Arundel Society Publications, 
and Drawings ....... 441 

April 29, 191 1. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, including the collection of 
John G. Ure, Esq., Glasgow ; etc. . . . 449 

May 1, 191 1. (C.) 
Pictures (mostly portraits) and a few pastels . . 455 

May 4, 1911. (S.) 
Engravings by Old Masters and Modern Etchings . 459 

May 5, 1911. (C.) 

Pictures and Drawings, property of the late Sir 
William Neville Abdv, Bart., 21, Park Square 
E., Regent's Park, N.W 464 

May 5, 191 1. (P.) 
Engravings ........ 470 

May 10, 11 and 12, 1911. (S.) 

Engravings, the property of the late Col. Montague, 
123, Pall Mall, S.W 473 

May 11 and 12, 1911. (C.) 

Pictures and Drawings, the property of Arthur Kay, 

Esq., F.S.A., " Tregortha," Winton Drive, Glasgow 482 



LIST OF SALES. 



May 15, 1911. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, including properties of the late 
Isaac Smith, Esq., J. P., Bradford ; the late Ben- 
jamin Smith, Esq., Bradford ; and J. W. Smith, 
Esq., Bradford ... .... 493 

May 19, 1911. (C.) 

Pictures, Drawings, and Pastels, including properties 
of George Wilder, Esq., Stansted Park, Sussex ; 
the late Sir William Agnew, Bart., 11, Great Stan- 
hope Street, W., ; Norman Forbes Robertson, 
Esq., 42, Bedford Square, W.C. ; etc. . . . 497 

May 25 and 26, 191 1. (C.) 

Pictures, the property of the late Charles Butler, 
Esq., 3, Connaught Place, Hyde Park, W. . . 503 

May 29, 1911. (C.) 

Etchings and Drawings, the property of G. H. 
Christie, Esq., Levenfield, Alexandria, N.B. . .512 

May 30, 191 1. (C.) 

Engravings, including the property of Charles E. 
Russell, Esq. ; etc. . . . . . .516 

June i, 1911. (C.) 

Pictures, including property of the Rt. Hon. the Earl 
of Kinnoull, Dupplin Castle, Perth ; etc. . 521 

June 8 and 9, 191 1. (S.) 

Engravings, Drawings and Modern Etchings, including 
property of J. C. K. Guarin, Esq., Clapham Park ; 
etc. ........ 528 

June 9, 1911. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, including properties of J. D. 
Charrington, Esq., Giffordjj House, Roehampton ; 
the late Robert Orr, Esq., ^Cowdonhall, Renfrew- 
shire ; etc. ....... 536 

June 9, 1911. (P.) 
Engravings and Etchings . . . . -541 



LIST OF SALES. 



June 12, 1911. (C.) 

Engravings, including properties of the late H. N. 
Corsellis, Esq., Bryony Hill, Hambledon, Surrey ; 
the late Sir T. A. De la Rue, Bart., 52, Cadogan 
Square, S.W. ; etc. ...... 545 

June 14, 1911. (5.) 

Pictures and Engravings, including part of the Towns- 
hend Heirlooms ; etc. . . . . 551 

June 16, 1911. (C) 

Drawings and Pictures, including properties of the 
late Sir T. A. De la Rue, Bart. ; Lord Willoughby 
de Broke ; the Earl of Lauderdale ; Stephen Lyne 
Stephens, Esq., Grove House, Roehampton ; the 
late Lady Baillie of Polkemmet ; the late Sir Rod- 
ney Stuart Riddell, Bart., Sunart, Ardnamurchan ; 
Viscount Hood, 17, Hertford Street, W. .. -554 

June 19, 1911. (C.) 

Pictures, Drawings, and Pastels, including properties 
of B. Keppel, Esq., Lexham Hall, Norfolk ; Sir 
Walter Barttelot, | Bart., Stopham House, Pul- 
borough ........ 561 

June 19, 20 and 21, 1911. (5.) 
Japanese Colour Prints ...... 568 

June 26, 191 1. (5.) 
Pictures, Drawings, Engravings and Etchings . . 587 

June 30, 1911. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, being the collection of Sir 
Charles Wakefield ...... 592 

July 4, 5 and 6, 1911. (S.) 
The Huth Collection of Woodcuts, Engravings, etc. 595 

July 6, 1911. (P.) 
Engravings, including fancy subjects and Portraits . 608 

July 7, 1911. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, the property of the late 
Charles Butler, Esq., Warren Wood, Hatfield . 611 



LIST OF SALES. 



July 14, 1911. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, including properties of the 
late P. W. Flower, Esq. ; the late Mrs. Sarah 
Haden ; Lord Abercromby, Ferntower I House, 
Crieff ; D. L. Allen, Esq., Harrow-on-the-Hill ; the 
late Mrs. M. M. Beith, 146, Cromwell Road, S.W. ; 
the trustee of James Christie Traill, Esq., Castlehill 
House, Caithness ; the late Lady Baillie of Pol- 
kemmet ; etc. . . . . . . .617 

July 17, 191 1. (C.) 

Drawings by Daniel Gardner and other drawings and 
pictures including properties of Lady Strachey 
(formerly the property of Lord Carlingford, K.P.) ; 
etc. ........ 622 

July 18, 1911. (C.) 
Engravings and Modern Etchings .... 628 

July 21, 1911. (C.) 

Drawings and Pictures, including property of the late 
John Poison, Esq., Thornley and Tranent . . 633 

July 21, 1911. (P.) 

Engravings and Etchings, including the Collection of 
J. Budd Doyle, Esq., Dublin . . . .638 

July 24, 1911. (C.) 
Drawings and Pictures . ..... 642 

July 31, August i, and 2, 191 1. (5.) 

Drawings, Engravings, and Modern Etchings, includ- 
ing properties of Blanchard Randall, Esq., Balti- 
more, U.S.A. ; Willoughby Baskerville Mynors, 
Esq., Bosbury House, Herefordshire ; etc. . . 647 

August 4, 191 1. (P.) 
Engravings ........ 660 



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Engravings, water -colour drawings, and paintings, in - 
eluding the collection of the late Mr. E.J. McDouall, of 
Twickenham (by order of the Executors). 

In Portfolio. 

1 Small proofs, Views and Interiors, etc., suitable for extra illustrating, 

a parcel (Wallis), 8s. 

2 " Historical Subjects " (14) (Parker) 14s. 

3 Modern Artists' proofs (14), after Macbeth, Millais, Greuze, Frith, etc. 

(McDouall), us. 

4 "John Gilpin/' after Stothard; "The Smile," "The Frown," after 

Webster, etc. (McDouall), 10s. 

5 Artists' Proofs (24), by Atkinson, etc., in portfolio (Parker), 15s. 

6 Modern Portraits of " Masters and Hounds," all proofs (8), in portfolio- 

(Brail), 26s. 

7 Modern Engravings (35), principally Mezzotints (McDouall), us. 

8 Early Etchings and Woodcuts, a parcel, in portfolio (Wells), 10s. 

9 " The Death of Captain Cook," by W. Byrne, after J. Webber (Ven- 

ning), 5s. 

10 " Views in India," drawn and engraved by T. and W. Daniell (21), 

aquatints in colours (Parker), £1 16s. 

11 " Views of Warwick Castle," by P. Sandby, set of four, sepia (W. 

Daniell), £2. 

12 " Illustrated Records of Important Events " (7), aquatints, in colours 

(McCaskie), 10s. 

13 Aquatint Views, in colours (9), of English Scenery (McCaskie), £1 3s. 

14 " A View of London from Greenwich Park," by Havell, after Haseler, 

aquatint, in colours (. ), 14s. 

15 " A River Scene in Devonshire," by D. Lucas, after Lee, mezzotint, etc. 

(Reader), 7s. 

16 After Collett, etc. (15 prints) (Reader), 10s. 

17 After Hogarth (24 prints) (Reader), 10s. 

18 " The English Lake District," by J. B. Pyne, Manchester, 1853, folio 

(Reader), 5s. 



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19 Illustrations to Boydell's " Shakespeare " (Reader), ^3 5s. 

20 Miscellaneous Engravings ( ), 6s. 

21 Portraits of Gentlemen (Allison), 6s. 

22 Miscellaneous Engravings (Misell), 6s. 

23 Miscellaneous Engravings (Wells), 10s. 

24 French Views, and Military and Naval Subjects (Reigh), 5s. 

25 Miscellaneous Engravings (McDouall), 4s. 

26 " Spring and Winter," by Fitler, after Hamilton, and other Fancy 

Subjects (Brail), £1 2s. 

27 " The Shipwrecked Sailor," and " The Poor Old Soldier," after Barney, 

and other Fancy Subjects (Brail), 19s. 

28 Mezzotint and other Fancy Subjects, etc. (Reader), us. 

29 Miscellaneous Subjects (Reader), us. 

30 French Fancy Subjects, etc. (Brail), igs. 

31 " The Children in the Wood," by Byrne, after Benwell, etc., a set of 

ten ovals by the same, after Hearne, etc. (Parker), £2 4s. 

32 Fancy Subjects of the Early English School (Brail), £1 6s. 

33 Modern Etchings (Paterson), 8s. 

34 Line Engravings by the Old Masters (McKay), 12s. 

35 A similar lot (Wills), 8s. 

36 " The Cottagers," by Woollett, after Du Sart, etc. (Boys), 9s. 

37 " A View of the Harbour and Bay of Alexandria," by Orme, aquatint 

in colours, and others (Parker), 15s. 
3S English Views (Paterson), gs. 

39 A similar lot (Britnell), 6s. 

40 Historical Subjects (G. Yeulett), 8s. 

41 " The Death of Lord Robert Manners," by Sherwin, and other Historical 

Subjects (Britnell), 6s. 

42 " The Surrender of the two Sons of Tippoo Sultan," by Cardon, after 

Singleton; " The Death of the Earl of Chatham," etc. (Davis), us. 

43 French Subjects, Etchings, etc. (Reigh), 5s. 

44 " The Inn Yard," and " The Farm Yard," by Canot, after Laer, etc. 

(Britnell), 6s. 

45 " The Resurrection of a Pious Family," by Bartolozzi, after Peters, etc. 

(Britnell), 16s. 

46 " L'Attente " and " Coquetterie," after Dubuffe, and other Fancy 

Mezzotint Subjects (Parker), 12s. 

47 Miscellaneous Caricatures, many in colours ( ), 12s. 

48 Miscellaneous Engravings (Wills), 7s. 

40 After Mille, Du Sart, Gerard Dou, etc. (Reader), 16s. 

50 Miscellaneous French Engravings, etc. (Brail), 9s. 

51 " Autumn and Spring," by Byrne, after Meyer, and other landscapes 

(G. Yeulett), 10s. 

52 Miscellaneous Portraits (A. Jackson), 14s. 

53 Theatrical Portraits (Karslake), 13s. 

54 Miscellaneous Modern School (Reader), 10s. 

55 Ditto (McDouall), 8s. 

56 Ditto (McDouall), os. 

57 Sporting Subjects (McDouall), 8s. 

58 Military Portraits, by Hodgetts, Atkinson, etc. (Peffers), £1 17s. 6d. 

59 Early Line Portraits (Breun), 6s. 



October 14, 1910. 3 

60 Portraits of Painters, Authors, etc. (A. Jackson), 6s. 

61 " George III.," by B. Smith, after Sir Wm. Beechey, etc. (Britnell), 9s. 

62 " Lord Eliott," by Earlom, after Reynolds; " Alexander Sinclair 

Gordon," by Cardon : and one other (Parker), £1 14s. 

63 Military Portraits, by Luplon, Atkinson, W. Ward, etc. (Parker), £3. 

64 Portraits of Divines, by \V. Ward, Watson, Collyer, S. W. Reynolds, etc. 

(Breun), 12s. 

65 Mezzotint Portraits, after Kneller, Rubens, etc. (Rimell), £1. 

66 Mezzotint Portraits of Gentlemen, by Lupton and S. \V. Reynolds 

(Breun), £1 16s. 

67 Portraits of Divines, by Atkinson, Lupton, etc., many proofs (McDouall), 

6s. 

68 A similar lot (Breun), 8s. 

69 " Ingham Foster," by J. R. Smith, after H. Morland ; and " Daniell 

Webb," by Charles Townley, after Abbott, mezzotints, etc. (Alli- 
son), ]8s. 

70 Portraits, various (McDouall), 4s. 

71 " Sir Walter Farquhar," by W. Sharp, after Raeburn ; " George Robinson, 

Esq. " by Meyer, etc. (Jeffers), £1 8s. 

72 " W. A. Madocks, Esq.," " James Wyatt, Esq.," " John Calcraft, Esq.," 

and " James Yorke, Bishop of Ely," all by C. Turner, mezzotints 
(Webber), £1 ?.s. 

73 Mezzotint Portraits of Gentlemen, by Lupton, many proofs and private 

plates (Webber), £2. 

74 Portraits of Gentlemen, in mezzotint and line (Allison), 12s. 

75 Portraits of Gentlemen, private plates (McDouall), 6s. 

76 Portraits of Ladies (McDouall), 10s. 

77 " George Tierney, Esq.," by Nutter; " Lord Ashburton," " Lord Cam- 

den," and other Judges, etc. (Sweet and Maxwell), £2 2s. 

Framed. 

78 " Napoleon at Bassano," by C. G. Lewis, after T. J. Barker (Britnell), 4s. 

79 " Death of Major Pierson," by Heath, after Singleton, and " Death of 

General Wolfe," by Trumbull (Britnell), 12s. 

80 " The Right Hon. Charles James Fox," by J. Jones, after Sir Joshua 

Reynolds, mezzotint (Watkins), £2 8s. 

81 " The Tired Soldier," by Knight, after Opie; " The Spirit of a Child," 

by Bartolozzi, after Peters; " Clytie, " by the same; and one other 
(Boys), 10s. 

82 " Charles Spencer, Duke of Marlborough," by R. Houston; "Jacobus I.," 

by J. Smith; " Bust of Sir I. Newton," mezzotints; and three others 
(Parker), 13s. 

83 " Claude Duval," by Stocks, after Frith; " The Proscribed Royalist," 

by W. H. Simmons, after Millais, proof; and others (McDouall), 7s. 

84 "Mrs. Siddons and her son," by Caldicott, after Hamilton; "Trial of 

Queen Catherine." by Clint; and "Shakespeare and his Contem- 
poraries," by James Faed, after John Faed, mezzotints (Peffer), us. 

85 " Northampton Grand Steeplechase," and " The Start " and " Coming 

In," aquatints in colours (Lee), £2 17s. 6d. 

86 " Bachelor's Hall," " Shooting," a set of four, and " Highgate Hill," 

by Rowlandson, all in colours (Lee), £1 17s. 6d. 



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87 "The Snuff Box," by Bryne; "Nymphs and Pan," by Durand ; "The 

Turnpike," by Fittler; "The Storm," in colours; and three others 
(Jacobs), £1 3s. 

88 An Old Needlework Picture, " Christ Blessing Bread " (Buck), £1 8s. 

89 " The Infant Hercules," by H. Hodges, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 

mezzotint (Allison), 10s. 
go Seaside Views, three early aquatints (McCaskie), £1 2s. 
gi " H. R. Reynolds," by V. Green, after Abbott; and " John Sheldon, 

Esq.," by W. Barnard, mezzotints (McCaskie), 9s. 

92 " George III. and Queen Charlotte," by W. Ryland, after Ramsey and 

Cotes (McDouall), 10s. 

93 "Dog and Hedgehog," by Th. Atkinson; "Bolton Abbey," after 

Landseer; and " View of Windsor Castle," by Motte (Greenbank), gs. 

94 " Duke of York," " Duke of Clarence," " Duke of Sussex," and " Duke 

of Cumberland," all by W. Skelton, after Beechey and Owen 
(Peffer), 10s. 

95 " Alderman Godbehere," Portrait of a Military Officer, " Sir Robert 

Stopford," by Ward, after Say, mezzotints; and Portrait of a Naval 
Officer (McDouall), 16s. 

96 "A Fisherman," proof before letters, mezzotint; " Death of Wolfe," and 

two others (Boys), 12s. 

97 " Countess of Mornington," by Hodgetts; " Mary, Queen of Scots," by 

Dawe; "Miss Kitty Fisher," after Reynolds, mezzotints; and one 
other (Peffer), 10s. 

98 " Hagar and Ishmael," by Earlom ; and five others (Boys), 12s. 

99 " A Fern-Cutter's Child," by Meadows; " Last Interview of Louis XVI.," 

by Schiavonetti ; and two others (Brail), gs. 

100 "Phaeton," by W. Woollett, after Wilson; and six others (Boys), 13s. 

101 " The Rake's Progress," by Hogarth, a set of six, etc. (Reader), 12s. 

102 "Aurora," by Morghen, after Reni ; and others (Reader), 15s. 

103 "Setters and Pointers," in colours; "A Sporting Tandem," by Reeve, 

after Aiken; and three others, in colours ( ), £1 2s. 

104 " Girl and Dog," and " Girl and Robin," after Russell, in colours, a pf.ir 

(Jacobs), us. 

105 "Girl and Pitcher," by Whessell; and "The Woodcutter and com- 

panion," in colours (Brail), 19s. 

106 " Right Hon. William Pitt," by Bromley; " George II.," by Ravenet; 

" Queen Charlotte," by Ryder; and one other (Britnell), us. 

107 " Landscape," after J. M. W. Turner; and five others (Peffer), 15s. 

108 " Prudence," " Temperance," and three others, all in colours (Lindcw), 

£3 3S. 

109 " Penelope weeping over the Bow of Ulysses," oval in red; and " Night 

and Day," after Harper, etc. (Boys), 9s. 
no "Miss Bingham," after Reynolds; "Venus and Adonis," by J. Smith; 

" Mrs. Siddons," by Nickoll, after Lawrence; and three caricatures, 

by Dighton, in colours (Breun), 17s. 
in "A Naval Engagement," aquatint in colours; and others ( ), 15s. 

112 " Feeding Chickens," in colours; and five others (Brail), £1 12s. 

113 " Solitude," " Emma and Edwin," by Marcuard, ovals, in colours, etc. 

(Blythe), £3. 

114 Sporting Subjects, etc., some in colours (McDouall), 6s. 



October id, igio. 



115 Baxter, " Sir Robert Peel " (Holloway), 16s. 

116 " Mrs. Siddons," by C. Coppier, signed remarque proof (Allison), 10s. 

117 Miscellaneous Engravings (30) (Allison), £1 4s. 

118 " Costumes," after Stephanhoff, in colours (Parker), 5s. 

119 " Going to Market," after W. Ward, mezzotint, in colours (Mayne), £4. 
12c " The Litter," after Morland, mezzotint, in colours (Mayne), j£j 3s. 

121 " Shepherd and Cottagers," after Morland, mezzotint, in colours (Boys), 

£* 4s • 

122 Collection of Portraits Sketched from Life by George Dance, by W. 

Daniell, etc. (ten parts, w.a.f.), etc. (W. Daniell), £1 5s. 

123 Views in Venice, by Vasconi, etc. (W. Morris), 7s. 

The property of a gentleman. 

In Portfolio. 

124 " Edward VII. in University Gown "; " Lord Boyle, President of 

Scottish Sessions," by Lupton, after Sir W. Gordon; " Cubitt," 
" Baker," and " Babington," all proofs (Breun), 16s. 

125 " Duke of Wellington," " Earl of Durham," " Sir William Grant," etc., 

mostly proofs (Breun), 15s. 

126 "Marchioness of Thomond"; "Countess of Lieven," after Reynolds and 

Lawrence; "Sir Francis Burdett," and others (Mayne), £2. 

127 Portraits by Faithorne, White, and Van Dyck (Parsons), £1 is. 

128 " General Hope "; " William Miller "; " Lord Abinger," by W. Walker, 

after Raeburn, proofs (Peffer), £4 12s. 6d. 

129 " Chief Justices Raymond in robes "j " Blackstone "; " Tindal "; 

" Coke "; " Sir Fitzroy Kelly," and " Sir John Guest," signed, after 
Buckner, proofs (W. Daniell). j£i 2s. 

130 " Lord Braybrook "; " Lysons "; " John Boydell "; " Sir Thomas More," 

proofs (Allison), 7s. 

131 " Archbishops Cranmer, Parker, Latime/, Ridley," etc., by Gunst, after 

Vanderwerff (Oppenheim), 6s. 

132 " London Bridge "; " St. Mark's Square, Venice "; and others; 35 

proofs, with etchings of same (McDouall), 6s. 

133 " Scenes in the French Revolution," by Miguet, after Girardet, etc., by 

Fragonard, the set of 9 (W. Daniell), £1 is. 

134 Fancy Subjects and Drawings, by C. M. Metz, printed in red (Bra'l), 

j£i is. 

135 " Red Deer in Glencoe, " fine set of J. Stephenson's Engravings, all first 

proofs (McDouaH), 3s. 

136 Etchings by Flameng, Bracquemart, Legros, Hamerton, Debaines, etc. 

(Dott), 15s. 

137 " Arundel House, Strand, 1792," with portraits by Van Dyck, the entire 

set; " Westminster Abbey," and old plans of cities of Bath and Hull 
(Kitchen), 12s. 

138 Sir Robert Strange: early impressions of this engraver (Reader, 13s. 

139 Stothard's Illustrations to Rogers' " Italy," india first proofs (Opp?n 

heim), 3s. 

140 Garrard's " Select Cattle," proofs ( ;, 5s. 

141 " Diana and Actaeon," after Titian; others, after Michelangelo, Van Dyck, 

and Nude Studies, in colour, bv Mulready (Reader), 4s. 



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142 "St. Peter's"; "St. Mark's"; Views in Italy; "Madeira"; 

" Funchall," and Etching, by Deuchar (Reader), 6s. 

143 Hogarth, " John Wilkes " ; " March to Finchley "; " Wigs "; and " The 

Times " (Oppenheim), bs. 

144 Samuel Cousins, " Playmates," " Dugald Stewart," signed; "John Bell," 

and " Dr. T. Young," proofs (Oppenheim), 7s. 

145 "Van Dyck as 'Icarus'"; "Lady Jane Grey," by Sievier, after 

Holbein ; and another, proofs (Brail), 8s. 

146 " Hon. Mrs. Norton," by Hayter; " Dogs," by Hondius; " Mazeppa," 

and others, by D. Lucas and Val. Green, after Murillo (Venning), 7s. 

147 Large Landscape by S. W. Reynolds, after W. Collins, first state and 

publication; "Smugglers," after Wilkie, proofs; and " Porchester 
Castle " (Reader), 3s. 
14S " The Oxford Window"; " Mrs. Siddons "; and others, after Reynolds; 
and Etchings of Miniature Index (Parker), 10s. 

149 " Admiral Charles Watson," by E. Fisher; " William Kingsley," by 

Houston, after Reynolds, etc. (Parker), £2 10s. 

150 " Lord Torrington," by J. Smith, after Kneller; and " Lord Somers," 

after Richardson, mezzotints (Lee), £2 6s. 

151 " The Lady Howard "; " H. Aldrich," by Smith, after Kneller; and 

" Charles V., Emperor of Germany, on horseback," by Earlom, after 
Van Dyck (Reader), 16s. 

152 " Mr. Johnston as ' Gibby '," by J. Saunders; " Lady at her Toilet," 

proof; and two others, mezzotints (Reader), 14s. 

153 "Jacobus Gole "; "Lord Henry Scott"; and "Master Prideaux 

Bassett," by Faber, mezzotints (Reader), £2 4s. 

154 "Admiral Sir Charles Saxton"; and others, by S. W. Reynolds, mezzo- 

tints (F. Daniell), £4 4s. 
153 "Melpomene," in colours; "Mrs. Cosway"; "Miss Price"; and " Sii 

Thomas Lawrence's Studio," all proofs, etc. (Venning), £1 5s. 
136 "Trinity College and The Museum, Dublin"; " Garrick's House at 

Hampton "; and " Views in Hyde Park," all finely printed in colours 

(Jacobson), £$ 13s. 

157 " Entry of Allied Forces into Paris 1814 "; Naval Events, " Washington," 

etc., in colours (Parker), £1 7s. 6d. 

158 " Mistress of Van Dyck " and " Intended Wife of Rubens," by Maile, 

after Van Dyck and Rubens, mezzotints in colours (Jacobson), £4 10s. 

159 " Abelard and Eloise," by Williamson, after Gardner, printed in colours, 

a pair ( ), £1 10s. 

160 " Mile. Belamy," after Nattier; and " La Femme Hydropathique," hy 

Claessens, after Gerard Dou (Davis), £1 7s. 6d. 

161 " Saturday Night," and " Going to Market," by Burke and Nutter, after 

Bigg, a pair (Brail), £2 15s. 

162 " The Quarrel "; and " The Reconciliation," a pair; and " Maternal 

Instruction," all after Adam Buck (Parker), £1 7s. 6d 

163 " The Ports of England," Lupton and Turner (6), and " Ehrenbrestein " 

(2), proofs ( ), £1 7s. 

164 "The Marchioness Camden"; "Miss Ker "; "Sir James Harris," by 

Agar; and " Caroline Watson," after Reynolds, etc. (Allison), £1 2s. 
163 "Dormant Love," and "Active Love," after Stothard; and "Cupids," 
by Van Assr-n. set of four (Venning), £1 5s. 



October 14, igio. j 

166 "Cardinal de Carnus." " Scriberius," " de Scudery," bv Nanteuil (W. 

Duniell), £1 11s. 

167 "Cardinal Newman," by Legros ; "Sir Sidney Smith in Prison," by 

Maria Cosway; " The Deserted," proof; French Battles, by 
Duplessis, etc. (Reader), 3s. 
16S "Franz Mieris," by Blocteling; Candlelight Effects; and others, by 
Verkolie, Valck, Leonart, and Hollar (Reader), 16s. 

169 "Rescue of Julia"; "Miss Butterfield " ; "The Grinder," by Goya; 

French Prints, and " Ancient Costumes " (Venning), 15s. 

170 " Studies in Horses," by Carle Vernet, after Rembrandt, lithographs 

(Reader), 3s. 

171 " Lloyd's Conversations," the set of twelve; "Christopher Sly," mezzo- 

tint, proof; and "Christmas," by Posselwaite (Parker), 18s. 

172 " Frederick, King of Bohemia "; " Ludwig Gugel," early state mezzo- 

tint; and others, some proofs (Venning), £1 4s. 

173 Views of Birmingham in 1830, and 20 others ( ), 4s. 



Another property. 

174 " Four in Hand," after Walker: " Mr. Charles Davis on the Traveser," 

by Hacker; " Mr. W. Long on Bertha," by the same; and " Charming 
Polly," after Shaver, all in colours (Bral!), 12s. 

175 " Common," after Stocks; " Hannah " and " Beadsman," in colours 

(Britnell), 10s. 

176 " Ayrshire "; " Blink Bonny "; and " Galopin," in colours (Britnell), 10s. 

177 " Newminster "; " Foxhall "; " Musjid "; and " Fadonius, " in colours 

(Brail), 10s. 

178 "Skirmisher"; "Sir Bevys " ; "Silvio"; and "West Australian," in 

colours (Gordon), gs. 

179 " Kisber "; " Nancy "; " Sainfoin "; and " Lord Lyon," in colours 

(Gordon), 10s. 

180 " Donovan "; " Sir Hugo "; " Orlando "; and " The Princess "; and 

" Inheritress," in colours (Britnell), 10s. 

181 " Blue Gown "; " Fisherman "; " Iroquois "; and " Shotover," in 

colours (Britnell), 10s. 

182 Newmarket Scenes, by Stock, after Bird, in colours, a set of fcir 

(Britnell), 10s. 

183 " Doncaster Great St. Leger "; " Grand Stand, Goodwood "; and two 

others, in colours (Peffer), 12s. 

184 " Clothworker "; " Pretender "; " Kisber "; " George Frederick," and 

" Sefton," in colours (Britnell), 10s. 

185 " Cremorne "; "Craig Millar"; "Apology"; " Voltigeur "; and 

" Flying Fox," in colours (Walker), 10s. 

186 "Racing and Shooting," four sets on four sheets; and "What Business 

Have You Here?" in colours (Gordon), 9s. 

187 " The Birthday Team "; and " New General Post Office," in colours 

(Gordon), 9s. 

188 " Cock Fighting," six on one sheet; and others, in colours ( ), 10s. 

189 After Morland (7), in colours (Lee), £1 10s. 

190 Ditto (7) (Walker), £\ 12s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



191 " Hunt the Slipper "; " Stump Orator," by J. C. Webb, after Carter; 

" Midday in the Highlands," by J. B. Pratt, after Rosa Bonheur, 
signed proofs; " Ready for the Start "; and " Day's Work Over," 
proofs before letters (Gordon), 18s. 

192 " The Stag at Bay," by T. Landseer, after Sir E. Landseer; and others, 

after the same, proofs (McKay), £1 2s. 

193 " The New Whip," by Simmons, after Burton Barber; and ethers, signed 

proofs (Gordon), 18s. 

194 " Pheasant Shooting," after Charles Whymper, by F. Paton, signed 

remarque proofs; " Shooting Subjects," after Ansdell, etc. (Parker), 
£l 6s. 

195 " Music hath charms," and four others, by Faed ; and " The Playground " 

and " The School," after Webster (Gordon), £j 4s. 

196 Shipping Scene, by Van der Velde, etc ( ), 16s. 

197 Drawings and Etchings, in portfolio (Passed). 

198 Rembrandt, " The Baptism ol the Eunuch "; " Raising of Lazarus "; 

" The Schoolmaster," etc. (Reigh), £1 6s. 

199 Rembrandt, " The Artist's Model " (Walker), 10s. 

200 Rembrandt, "The Prodigal Son"; "Travelling Musicians"; "The 

Circumcision "; " The Agony in the Garden "; and " Beheading of 
St. John " (Oppenheim), 12s. 

201 Caricatures, by Giliray, Buubury, Heath, Aiken, etc. ( ■ ), £1 8s. 

202 " Highland Mary," by Tomkins; and others, after Faed, some proofs, 

etc. (Gordon), £1 7s. 6d. 

203 " Hagar and Ishmael "; and " Abraham offering up his son," by 

Dunkarton, after Copley; and other mezzotints (Lindow), £1. 

204 "Willows Whiten "; "Aspens Quiver"; and "Over the Hills and 

Far Away," bv Brunet Debaines, signed proof, etc. (Gordon), £1 18s. 

205 " First and Second Sermcn," and others, after J. E. Millais, etc., some 

signed (Gordon), 18s. 

206 Portraits, etc. (iq), some proofs (Gordon), 16s. 

207 "Zurich," by T. A. Prior; "Lucerne," by R. Wallis, after J. M. W. 

Turner, proofs, etc. (Gunn), 15s. 

208 " Sir Walter Scott," by Burnet; and " Robert Burns," by the same 

(Mullen), gs. 

209 "Mrs. Fitzherbert," by Scott; "Doves," by J. D. Miller; "Sylvia"; 

and " Memories," by the same, etc. (Gordon), 18s. 

210 "A Gift of the Gods," by J. Jacquet, after Herbert Schmalz; two after 

Alma Tadema, signed artist's proofs; and one other (Gordon), £1 4s. 

211 " Fadicta," after F. Leighton, signed proof; and others (Gordon), 18s. 

DRAWINGS. 
In Portfolio. 

212 Slieger, S. de, " Seaport and figures " (Reigh), £1. 

213 Brf-ughel, A Dutch Scene with figures and boats; and " Coast 

Scene " (Reigh), .£1 10s. 

214 Schonten, " River Scene "; others by Van Loo, Both, etc. (Reigh), £1. 

215 Drawings by Rembrandt, Schweickhardt, Teniers, etc. (Reigh), £\ 5s. 

216 Landscape and Figures by Van Goyen ; others by Breughel, etc. ( ). 

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217 Drawings by Paul Brill, Rembrandt, Van Goyen, etc. (Walker), 18s. 

218 Early English and French Designs for Ceilings, etc. (Walker), £i. 
210 Studies by Fuseli, Blake, Flaxman, etc. (Wells), £1. 

220 Drawings by Gavarne, Grevin, Dore\ etc. (Reigh), £1. 

221 Portraits by Lawrence, Vertue, Dighton, and others (Walker), £2 18s. 

222 Drawings by Gainsborough, Girtin, La Porte, Stanfield, etc. (Walker), 

£1 is. 

223 Studies by Van Dyck, Lawrence, Shee, and others ( ), £1 6s. 

224 Drawings by Barker, Girtin, and others, in a volume, etc. (Wells), 16s. 

225 Early Italian and French Drawings (Walker), £1 12s. 

226 Ditto (Oppenheim), 18s. 

227 Ditto (Oppenheim), £1 2s. 

228 Ditto (Walker), £1. 

22q Old and Modern Drawings, a parcel ( ), 16s. 

230 Sporting Scenes, by Herring, etc. (Walker), 19s. 

Framed. 

231 Ramoz, "Study of Du Maurier"; "Studies of Madame Rachel," four 

in one frame, etc. (Reigh), 4s. 

232 Early English, " Portraits of Gentlemen "; and one by J. Leech ( -), 

18s. 

233 Ostade, " Peasants Regaling,"' etc. (Passed). 

234 Woodville, Caton. " Military Scene "; and others (Passed). 

235 " Portrait of Oliver Cromwell," on vellum, etc. (W. Daniell), 15s. 

236 Nichol, " The Highland Home "; and Edwards, " Hastings Beach " 

(Yeulot), 12s. 

237 French School, " Portrait of a Lady," pastel, etc. (Passed). 

238 Gainsborough, " Cattle in a Landscape "; and Cosway, " Portrait of a 

Girl " (Reigh), 14s. 

239 Portrait of a Lady, and one other, by Gromley (Reigh), 12s. 

The property of the late Mr. E. J. McDouall, of 
Twickenham (by order of the Executors). 

DRAWINGS. 

In Portfolio. 

240 Pencil and Sepia Drawings, Landscapes, etc., a parcel (Britton), 6s. 
240A Children subjects, after Birket Foster, etc.. various (Yeulett). 12s. 
240B Portrait of a Lady, after Holbein, etc. (Yeulett), £1 6s. 

241 Landscapes, Interiors, etc. (Yeulett), £2 2s. 

242 Seascapes (Walker), £1 4s. 

243 Miscellaneous Drawings (Walker), £2 2s. 

244 Landscapes 'Walker), gs. 

245 Designs, Old Masters, etc. (Walker), 16s 
240 Miscellaneous Drawings (Yeulett), £1 16s. 

247 Ditto (Yeulett), 12s. 

Framed. 

248 Prout, Interior of a Cathedral (Tollemache), £1 :s. 

249 Cooper, A. W., " Cookham," " Pangbourne," and one other; and 

A Bean, Landscape and figures (Yeulett), 14s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



250 Unknown, Lake Scene, and three others (P. McDouall), 18s. 

251 Allom, T., "Balmoral"; P.H.D., " Lymington, Hants"; P. Wood; 

A Coast Scene; and three others (Yeulett), £1. 

252 Shelley, S., " Portrait of G. Cumberland " and " A Portrait of a Lady "; 

and Unknown, " Portrait of Mrs. Matthews " (Reigh), 6s. 

253 Unknown, " Haymaking," a pair of early drawings (Walker), £2 m. 

254 Unknown, " Windsor Castle," and three others (McDouall), 6s. 

255 Miniature of a Family Group, on ivory, and two others (Blythe), £2 £s. 

256 Parry, John, " Contrasts," ovals, a pair ( ), £1. 

257 Cooper, A. W., " Hambledon, Surrey "; two others by the same; and 

P. H. Delamotte, " The Well " (Sherlock), £2 8s. 

258 Cosway, Richard (attributed to), Pencil Drawing of a Lady (W. Danieil;, 

£2. 

259 Unknown, Drawings, en gauche, a pair; " A Game of Chess "; and 

one other (Deniman), £1 16s. 

260 Unknown, Figure Subjects (Yeulett), £1 is. 

261 Unknown, Landscapes (Yeulett), 14s. 

PAINTINGS. 

262 Pannini, " Landscape and Ruins " fP. Moore), £1 17s. 6d. 

263 Interior with figures (Levin), £1 7s. 6d. 

264 " Holy Family " (P. McDouall), £1 10s. 

265 English School, " Portrait of a Lady " (Cohen), £8 8s. 

266 English School, Interiors, Sculpture and Painting, a pair (Levin), 

£-3- 

267 Arrigoni, " Bastei on the Elb," and two Landscapes, on panel (Yeulett), 

£3 7s. 6d. 

268 Cooper, A. W., " View in N. Wales "; Delamotte, " Landscape with 

Figures " ; and two others (Yeulett), £2 2s. 

269 Landscapes, etc. (McDouall), £1 is. 

270 Dutch School, " Man with Flagon," on panel (Cohen), ^3 5s. 

271 Dutch School, " Cattle in a Landscape," on panel (P. McDouall), 6s. 

272 Scott, " High Street, Southampton " (Cohen), .£3 :os. 

273 Guardi, " The Doge's barge going down the Grand Canal, Venice, with 

attendant gondolas"; A. Trinnel, "Landscape with ruins," on panel; 
and two others (Yeulett), £2 2s. 

274 " Still Life " (3), one on panel (Yeulett), .£3 15s. 

275 " Fox Hunting," two sets of four (McDouall), £1 12s. 6d. 

276 Kneller, " Portrait of a Lady," oval (P. Moore). £1 15s. 

277 Early Dutch, " Portrait of a Lady," on panel (Archer), £3 10s. 

278 Portraits (4) (Yeulett), £2 7s. 6d. 

279 " Fox Hunting," set of four (Holliday), £1 15s. 

280 Cooper, A. W., " Off the Scent," and others (Levin), £4 4s. 

Another property. 

PAINTINGS. 

281 Morland, "Winter Scene," on panel; and Ward, "Landscape and 

Cattle " (Parry), £1. 

282 Pether, Landscape, on panel, signed (Paget), 12s. 



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283 Schlesinger, " Faust and Marguerite " and " Mme. Grisi as ' Lurline ' " 

(Reign), 11s. 

284 Loutherbourg, P. J. de, " Military Scene," on panel; and two others, by 

Dighton (Reigh), 12s. 

285 French School, " The Sirens " (Reigh), 7s. 

286 Greuze, " Portraits of Ladies " (2) (P. Moore), £1 16s. 

287 Unknown, " Portrait of a Lady "; and three " Portraits of Gentlemen,'' 

unframed (Richardson), ^19 igs. 

288 Sporting Subjects (7), unframed ( ), £1 2s. 6d. 

289 Hondius, A., " Buck Hunting," and other Sporting Subjects (Sherlock), 

£1 12s. 6d. 

290 English School, "Portrait of a Lady," oval, in carved frame; and "A 

Family Group," unframed (P. Moore), £7 7s. 

291 Figure Subjects (Yeulett), £1 2s. 

292 Figure Subjects, etc. (Reigh), £1 17s 6d. 

293 Shayer, W., " Race Horses " (2); and Unknown, " Landscapes " (4) 

(Maitland), £2 10s. 

294 Landscapes, etc. (15, some unframed) (Sherlock), £1 17s. 6d. 

295 Ditto (31) (Yeulett), £1 5s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



October 28, 1910. Puttick & Simpson's. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

i Miscellaneous Portraits (Jacobs), 6s. 

3 Portraits of the Royal Family, in penmanship, etc. (Groven), £1 ss. 

3 Mezzotint Portraits (22), by Faber, Houston, etc. (Jacobs), 12s. 

4 Bartolozzi Tickets, and Fancy Subjects (Holloway), £1. 

5 Portraits of " Washington," " Lafayette," etc., some mezzotints 'Jacobs), 

£1 4 s - 

6 " Sir William Sidney Smith," by Bell, after Chandler; " Le Due 

D'Arenberg," by Earlom, after Vandyk; "Princess of Wales," by 
Murphy, after Stothard, etc. (Groven), £1 14s. 

7 "Nina," by Gillray, after Countess Spencer; and other Fancy Subjects 

(Holloway), £1 8s. 

8 " Hebe," by Dawe; and others, some in colours (Warren), 12s. 

9 " Epponina," by Wilkin, after West; " The Cottage Girl," after Gains- 

borough, etc. (Warren), 10s. 

10 English Topography (C- Holloway), 8s. 

11 Naval Subjects (Groven), 18s. 

12 " Louis XVI. and his family," a pair; " Alexander III. of Scotland," 

etc. (Warren), 13s. 

13 Mezzotint and other Portraits (16) (Jacobs), 7s. 

14 "Royal Menagerie"; "Exeter Exchange," coloured; and others relating 

to London (Hill), 10s. 

15 Caricatures by Rowlandson, Gillray, etc. (Warren), £1 4s. 

16 Title page to the Kit-Cat Club, by Faber, etc. ( ), 16s. 

17 Line Portraits (17) (Parsons), 12s 

18 Two oval Views of Ramsgate, etc. (Parsons), £1. 

19 Ovals (7), by Le Blond ( ), £1 8s. 

20 A similar lot (7), and Costume Plates (16), 1829 ( ), £1 3s. 

20A Plates from the Finden Gallery (20), all India proofs (Warren), 6s. 

20B " The Royal Navy," plates 2 and 3 published by Ackerman, aquatints, 

in colours (Parker), £1. 
aoc Mezzotint Portraits by Early Engravers; " Euhan Sang," by J. Grozer, 

after H. Danloux; and Small Portraits of celebrated personages 

(Allison), 12s. 
2r Baxter, "Harvest Time: The Gleaners" (McNamara), 18s. 

22 " The Reconciliation " (McNamara), 19s. 

23 Baxter, " The Bridesmaid " (Turbillon), 14s. 

24 " The Gardener's Shed," (Oldham), 14s. 

25 Miscellaneous Engravings (Jacobs), £1 is. 

26 "Mr. Charles Churchill," by Burford ; and other Portraits, mezzotints 

(Brail), t>s. 

27 " Reviewing the Volunteer Corps in Hydf Park, June 4th, 1799," aqua- 

tint (Brail), 13s. 

28 " Cupids," by Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, oval, in red; and " Gcix* 

Advice," by R. Sayer (Goodstein), 17s. 



October 28, 1910. x^ 

29 " Death of General Wolfe," by W. Woollett, after B. West ; " Death 

of Major Pierson," by Kessler; " Sortie made by the Garrison of 
Gibraltar," by W. Sharp; and one other (Groven), 17s. 

30 Fancy Subjects, by P. W. Tomkins, a parcel (Holloway), £1 2s. 

31 Views of London (15), in colours (.Barnard), us. 

32 " Abelard," by Challion; "Justice," and "Bacchus," in colours 

(Brail), 7s. 

33 " The Tired Soldier," and " The Elopement," by C. Knight, after Opie, 

etc. (King), 16s. 

34 "Joseph Cotton," by C. Turner, after Lawrence; and "Boyhood's 

Reverie," by S. Cousins, etc. (Goodstein), £1. 

35 " Brighton: Views from the New Church, Marine Palace, The Cham 

Pier, and Carriage Road," by Bruce, aquatints, in colours (Parsons), 
£1 16s. 

36 " The Mother's Bribe," and " The Clean Face Rewarded," by and after 

James Ward, mezzotints, a pair (Sotheran), ^16 16s. 

37 " Henry and Emma," and " The Parting of Hotspur and Lady Percy," 

by W. Dickinson, alter Bunbury, a pair, in brown (Gordon), 
£1 17s. 6d. 
3S " Edwin and Ethelinde," by Soiron, after Bunbury, fine impression, in 
brown (Warren), 15s. 

39 " Cymon and Iphigenia," by Le Grand, a circle, in red, and an ova), 

in red, by Scorodomoff, both after Kauffman (Titley), £1 10s. 

40 "A Meeting of Creditors," by Nutter, after Boyne ; and "The Country 

Club," by Dickinson, after Bunbury (Gordon), 14s. 

41 " The Boxing Match between Mendoza and Humphreys in 1788 and 

1789," both by Grozer, after Rowlandson and Einsle (Parsons), ^Ti 12s. 

42 " The Cottagers in Winter," and " Fishing," a proof, by Williamson. 

after Morland, in colours (Titley), £y. 

43 " The Shepherdess of the Alps," by Eginton, after Hamilton (Allison', 

44 " Playing at Draughts " and " Christmas Eve," drawn and engraved by 

Burnet, a pair (Gordon), 14s. 

45 " Irish, English, and Scotch Peasants," by Cardon, after Westall, a set 

of three (Goodstein), £2 3s. 

46 "Religon." by Bartolozzi, after Kauffman, oval, in red (Brail), £1. 

47 " Tragedy." by Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, in colours (Blyth), £3 10s. 

48 " Una," by Watson, after Reynolds, oval, in brown, proof, with full 

margins (Watkins), £2 2s. 

49 " Le Verron " after Fragonard; " Le Repos," after Queverdo; and 

other French prints, after Lancret, Watteau, etc. (Brail), 10s. 

50 " Mrs. Hartley," painted and engraved by Sherwin; and " Angelica 

Catalini," by Cardon (Gordon), £1 5s. 

51 " Miss Bosville," after Reynolds, and one other ( ), 10s. 

52 " Edmund Burke," by Hardy, after Reynolds, fine stipple (Webber), 

£2 14s. 

53 " Major-General James Wolfe," by Houston, after Schaak, mezzotint, 

scarce (Maggs), .£12 is. 6d. 

54 " Mrs. Cosway," by Schiavonetti, after R. Cosway, fine impression, full 

margins (Sotheran). £1 12s. 6d. 



i 4 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

55 " Mrs. Darner, " by Schiavonetti, after R. Cosway, fine proof (Gordon), 

£1 15s. 

56 Plates from Boydell's " Shakespeare " (.Titley), 13s. 

57 Small Mezzotints, by S. W. Reynolds (Warren), £j 15s. 

58 " Duchess of Bedford," by Lewis, after Sir T. Lawrence, proof (Gordon), 

18s. 

59 " Lady Hamilton as a ' Bacchante '," and other Fancy Subjects (Hollo- 

way), 10s. 

60 Baxter, " The First Impression " (Hill), 8s. 

61 " Abelard and Eloisa," by Watson, after Gardner, mezzotints, a pair 

(Gordon), £1 ;s. 6d. 

62 " Mrs. Gulston," by Watson, after Hamilton, mezzotint (Graves), £1 6s. 

63 " Fruits of Early Industry," and companion, by Ward, after Morland, 

mezzotints, a pair (Gordon), ^3 15s. 

64 " Miss Greenway," and " Mary, Duchess of Ancaster," both by Houston, 

after Reynolds, mezzotints (Gordon), £1 4s. 

65 " Duchess of Ancaster as ' Meditation '," by W. Ward; and the same, by 

Houston; and one other (Gordon), 18s. 

66 "Marchioness of Wharton," by Earlom, after Lely ; and "The Duke 

of Portland," by J. Murphy, after Reynolds, mezzotints (Blythe), 
£1 6s. 

67 " Correspondence," by Bowles, mezzotint; and " Poetry," by Ryder, after 

Kauffman, oval (Lindow), 15s. 

68 " Othello," by Leney, after Graham, printed in colour (Gordon), 

£1 12s. 6d. 

69 " Gray's Elegy," by Barlolozzi, after Hamilton, printed in colours 

(Watkins), £2 8s. 

70 " Edmund Yates," by C. Turner; and " Archbishop Smythe," by W. 

Watson, mezzotints (Webber), £1 5s. 

71 " Fighting Dogs," by J. R. Smith, after Morland, mezzotint (Watkins), 

£1 2S. 

72 " Paris and Helen," by V. Green, after Kauffman; "Viscount Malvern," 

by J. Watson; and one other, mezzotints (Titley), 17s. 

73 " Le Marchand de Lunettes," by L. Prince (Hyam), £1. 

74 " L'acte d'Humanite," by De Launay ; and "The Young Hero," by 

P. W. Tomkins (Brail), 10s. 

75 Portraits of " Louisa Augusta and Fredriche," by Clemens; and others 

(Lindow), 16s. 

76 Portraits of " Maria Louisa," and others (Watkins), 6s. 

77 " Le Souffleus," after Boucher; and two others (Brail), 5s. 

78 " La Mort de Tureme," by T. Chambers, etc. (Reader), 10s. 

79 " Views of Paris," by Geoffrey, in wrapper ( ), £1 17s. 6d. 

80 Portraits of the Family of George III., by Sir W. Beechey, in 

wrapper (Brail), .£1 3s. 

81 " Jupiter and Calisto," by T. Burke, after A. Kauffman, circle, in red 

(Sotheran), £5. 

82 " Orpheus and Eurydice," by T. Burke, after A. Kauffman, circle, in 

red (Sotheran), £4 10s. 

83 " Diana and Nymphs;" by R. Laurie, after A. Kauffman, in brown 

(Sotheran), £\ 15s. 



October 28, 1910. ig 



S4 " The Nymph of Immortality," by F. Bartolozzi, after Cipriani (Parker), 
14s. 

85 " Lear and (.'ordelia," by Delattrs, after Stothard, in colours (Sotheran), 

£2 2S. 

86 " Cymbeline," by J. Parker, after S. Harding, in colours (King), £2. 

87 " Partridge and Snipe Shooting," by C. Cotton, after G. Morland, a pair 

iTitley), £1 14s. 

88 " The Sportsman " (Portrait of T. Gosden), proof (Harvey), £1 2s. 

89 Sporting Prints, after Aiken ( ), £1 8s. 

90 " The Death of Lindamore," by Bartolozzi, after Rigaud, an oval, in 

brown, with full margins (Sotheran), £1 2s. 6d. 
qi " The Action between the ' Warren Hastings ' and ' La Piemontaise," " in 
colours, a pair (Parsons), £2 18s. 

92 " Loss of H.M.S. Venerable," after Dodd ; and "Coming on of a 

Storm at Sea," in colours (Parker), 14s. 

93 " Epsom Races," by T. Sutherland, after H. Aiken and Pollard, in 

colours ( ), £4 5s. 

94 " A False Alarm on the Rpad to Gretna "; " One Mile from Gretna," 

by Reeve, after Newhouse; and " Doncaster Races," after Pollard, 
all in colours (Blythe), .£3 12s. 6d. 
<)j Portraits of Gentlemen (40), mezzotint and line (Rimell), £1 2s. 6d. 

96 Small Costume Plates (73), by W. Hollar (Reader), £1. 

97 Caricatures, some in colours; " Battle of Chevy Chace," by P. Dawe, 

mezzotints, a pair, etc. (Warren), us. 

98 " Lord John Townsend," by J. Jones, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Good- 

stein), £4 10s. 

99 " Mrs. Peel," by Heath, after Lawrence; and " Beauty Unmasked," by 

Dawe, mezzotint (Harvey), 12s. 

100 " Guardian Angels," by Bartolozzi, proof (Gordon), 9s. 

101 " Lodona," by Bartolozzi, after Cosway, fine impression, in brown 

(Gordon), £1 7s. 6d. 

102 " Lady Hamilton as a ' Bacchante '," after Reynolds, small plate, mezzo- 

lint (three copies); and " A Muse," by Duthe, after Cipriani, in 
colours (Sotheran), £1. 

103 " Daniel Race," by Watson, after Hickey, etc. (Goodstein), 9s. 

104 " Viscountess Duncannon," by Bartolozzi, after Countess Spencer, in 

brown (Goodstein), £1 15s. 

105 " The Lace Maker," by Baillie, after Gerard Dou, fine mezzotint 

(Carpenter), 15s. 
jofi " Sir John Moore," by McArdell, after Lely, mezzotint (Carpenter!. £1 8s. 

107 " The Happy Family," by Dean, after Morland, mezzotint (Gordon), 

£1 7 s. 6d. 

108 " The Duchess of Austria," after Prudon; and " The Countess of Peter- 

borough," after Kneller (Sotheran), £1. 

109 " The Last Request," by Anthony Cardon, after Westall. in coloure 

(Brail), 14s. 

110 " Night," by Delattre, after Hamilton, circle, in colours (W. Sabin), 

£7 i«s. 
in " The Infnnt Cottager," by J. Jones, after Singleton, mezzotint (Gordon!, 

iSs. 
112 Portraits, various (McCaskiel, i6e. 



i6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

113 Ditto (Parker), las. 

114 " Psyche," by Meyer, after Hoppner (Davis), £4. 

115 " Lord Euston," by Smith, after Kneller, etc. (Gordon), 18s. 

116 Fancy Subjects and Portraits (Holloway), £1 is. 

117 " Lord Heathfield," by Earlom, after Reynolds, proof (Parker), £1 18s. 

118 Historical Scenes by Bartolozzi (Warren), £1 bs. 

119 Fancy Subjects, by Bartolozzi, etc. (Brail), £1 8s. 
lao A similar lot (Brail), .-£,"1 is. 

iai " Miss Chester," by S. W. Reynolds, after Jackson, mezzotint (Watkins), 

123 " The Vale of Dedham," by D. Lucas, after J. Constable, mezzotint 
(Mayne), 9s. 

133 Fancy Subjects, some proo/s (Oldham), 14s. 

134 Mezzotint Portraits, by Faber, Dickinson, J. Smith, etc. (Rimell), £1 i8«. 

135 An Ovai Fancy Subject, after Countess Spencer, etc. (Goodstein), .£1 3s. 
ia6 " Venus instructing Cupid and Psyche," by Tomkins (Titley), £\ 16s. 
137 Drawings, etc. (Warren), £1 4s. 

ia8 " Love and Honour," by Bartolozzi, after Bunbury; and " Ariadne," by 

Clarke, after Hamilton, circles, in brown (Mayne), £1 13s. 
139 " James Beattie," by Watson, after Reynolds, etc. (Goodstein), £1 10s. 

130 By Bartolozzi, etc. (5) (Underwood), £1 6s. 

131 " Duchess of Gloucester," by Hopwood and Scriven, after Reynolds and 

Beechey, in colours, ovals (Sotheran). £2 5s. 

132 " Sterne and Maria," by Parker; and " Rhodope in Love with /Esop, " 

by Bartolozzi, after Kauffman, in red (Titley), £2 as. 

133 Landscapes (10), various (Warren), 10s. 

134 "Youth," by Bartolozzi, oval, in colours; and other Fancy Subject* 

(Holloway), £1 14s. 

135 Various (Parsons), 10s. 

136 Volunteers, 66 Coloured Costume Plates of, after Rowlandson (Parsons), 

;6~7 I0S - 

137 The Works of John Smith, in mezzotint, 4to, London, 1716 (Reader), 18s. 

138 Naval Battle Prints (8), after Monamy (Parker), 8s. 

139 Engravings (20), in sepia, after Claude (Gordon), .£"1 15s. 

140 Caricatures, etc. ( — ), £1. 

141 Children Subjects (7), drawings, signed G.A.K. (Venning), £1. 

142 Portraits, various (Harvey), 12s. 

143 " Admiral Baker," after Gibson, and " Duke of Rutland," by C. Turner, 

mezzotints (Goodstein), £2 2s. 

144 "Maria," after Kauffman, etc. (Brail), £1 2s. 

145 " Mrs. Littleton," by C. Turner, after Sir Thomas Lawrence, mezzotint 

(Carpenter), £1 4s. 

146 Portraits, etc., various (Warren), 12s. 

147 Coloured Prints, various (Brail), 13s. 

148 Fancy Subjects, various (Brail), £2 10s. 

14c) " Lady Anne Fitzpatrick, " after Reynolds (Tollemache), £1 4s. 
750 " Night and Day," after Harper, a pair of mezzotints, in colours (Good- 
stein), 14s. 
151 " Portrait of Voltaire," etc. (Goodstein), 6s. 
15a Various (G. Yeulett), 5s. 



October 28, 1910. 17 

153 " Dover " and " Hastings," by Wallis and Willmore, after J. M. W. 

Turner, proofs, a pair (Gordon), iSs. 

154 Classical Subjects, in colours (2), etc. (Titley), 7s. 

155 " Momentous events during the period from the year 1816 to 182 j," 

coloured plates, Robert Bowyer, 1823, folio (Long), £2. 
15ft Etchings, by D. Read (36), many proofs (Long), 14s. 
157 " The Wreck of the Grosvenor, Last Indiaman," bv Pollard, etc. (Long), 

J58 " Dragon en Vedette," by Jules Jacijuct, after J. L. E. Meissonier, 
signed remarque proof (Rylatt), 18s. 

159 The Gallery of Modern Etchings, on Japan paper. Sections 1 to 10, J. S. 

Virtue and Co., London, folio (Long), £3. 

160 Choice Examples of Modern Etchings, on hand-made paper, J. S. 

Virtue and Co., London, Sections 1 to 10 (Long), ,£3 15s. 
ifti " St. Genevieve," by Balechon, after Van Loo: " Le Marechal de$ 

Logis," by Wille; and one other (Sedgwick), £1 15s. 
(62 " Petite Ecolierc," and others, by j. G. Wille (Sedgwick), £1 7s. 6d. 
163 " Lady Catherine Powlet," by C. W. White, after R. Cosway, oval, 

in colours, on silk (Ellis & Smith), .£'4 5s. 
it>4 & 165 " Hobbinol and Ganderetta," by Tomkins, after Gainsborough; 

and Miscellaneous Engravings, in portfolio (Bloskman), £1 109. 
i6(> " The Triumph of David," by Ravent, etc. (Reader), 5s. 

167 " Le Messenger Discret," after Boucher; others, after Wille, etc. 

(Hollowayl, 5s. 

168 " Le Cliffe D'Amour," after Eragonard; " Conversation Espagnole," 

after Van Loo, etc. (Schweppe), 4s. 
»6q it 170 " Le Danse de Village Mes Gens," after St. Aubin, etc; and 

" Les Offres Reciprot]ue," after Dietricy, etc. (Warren), 12s. 
171 & 172 After Condor, Delia Bella, etc.; and Scenes by Beaumont, after 

Wouvermans (Schweppe), 18s. 

173 After Wouvermans, etc. (Schweppe), ns. 

174 Etchings, by Edith Penhnni, G. Bell, J. Hallen. C. O. Anderson, etc. 

(Watkins), ns. 

175 " Glebe Farm." after Constable; " Lincoln Cathedral," and Sketches, 

by J. Snelson, etc. (Warren), 3s. 

176 " Mr. Grevil Verncv," b\ J. Smith, after Dahll; and one other, mezzo- 

tints (Goodstein), 16s. 

177 A full-length Portrait of a Judge, by Golding; " The Right Hon. J. U. 

Frere, " by Barney, mezzotints (Goodstein), 16s. 

178 " Lady Hamilton at the Spinning Wheel," by Charles H. Jeens, different 

Klales (Ural!), £1 js. 
170 "The Calmady Children"; "The Proffered Kiss," after Lavreince, etc. 
(Underwood), £1. 

180 " The Sortie at Gibraltar. 271I1 November, 1781," by Sharp, after 

Trumbull; " Landing the British Troops in Egypt, 8th March, i8oc," 
by Schiavonetti ; "The Riot in Broad Street." by Heath, etc. (Farker), 
£1 8s. 

181 Portraits, after Holbein (Parker), £1 12s. 

182 Modern Engravings (31 1 (Parker), 15s. 

183 Ditto (23) (Hendricks), 5s. 
^84 Ditto (20I 'Hendricks), 59. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



1S5 Ditto (20) (G. Yeulett), 16s. 

186 Biblical Subjects, etc. (Watkins), 5s. 

187 Miscellaneous Engravings (Holloway), 16s. 

188 Finden's Plates, etc., proofs (Reader), £2. 

189 Full-length Portrait of " Louis Seize " (Brail), £i. 

190 Line Portraits, by Drevet, Edelinck, etc. (Goodstein), ,£2 10s. 

191 Early Line Portraits, etc. (Reader), 18s. 

192 Fancy Subjects, and others (Reader), 12s. 

193 By and after the Old Masters (Reader), 16s. 

194 Small Portraits, by S. W. Reynolds, mezzotints, etc. (Saunders), 18s. 

195 " Alderman Newnham," by Smith, after Miller, etc. (Parker), 10s. 

196 Miscellaneous Portraits, etc. (Allison), 13s. 

197 Gems, Portraits, Plates from the Annuals, etc., mostly by C. H. Jeens 

(Sotheran), ^3 15s. 

198 Ulrich, Hugo, " The Sphinx "; " The Colossi of Memnon "; " Luxor "; 

"The Tombs of Kings "; " Philae "; and " Abu Simbels," the ?Pt 
of six, lettered proofs (Passed). 

199 Early English School, engraved by Bartolozzi, etc. (65), coloured, etc. 

(Passed). 

200 Equestrian Portraits of Noblemen (11 ). published by McLean, lithographed 

by Du Cote (Kingston), 5s. 

The property of a gentleman. 

Framed. 

201 " Lady Anne Lambtoi; and children," by J. Young, after Hoppner, 

mezzotint (\V. Sabin), £i$J 10s. 

202 " Lady Elizabeth Compton," by J. R. Smith, after the Rev. VVm. Peters, 

mezzotint (Maggs), .£84. 

The property of a lady. 

B02A " The l?cauties of Hoppner," by C. Wilkin, after Hoppner; " Vi>rou«te*s 
St. Asaph "; " Lady Charlotte Duncombe "; " Gertrude Villiers "; 
" Catherine Howard "; and " The Countess of Fusion " <W. Sabin), 

^149 2S. 

Various properties. 

203 " The Hampshire Hunt," by C. Turner, after T. Smith, in colours 

(Agnew), £8 18s. 6d. 

204 " The Penn Family," by C. Turner, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzo- 

tint (White), £5 5s. 

205 " Cupid and Psyche," by W. Say, presentation proof, mez70tint (Parker), 

£3 >5 S - 

206 " Lady Grosvenor," by C. Turner, after Sir T. Lawrence (Parken), 

£2 15s. 

207 " Portrait of a Lady," proof, before all letters (Parker), £2 15s. 

308 " Portrait of Mrs. Huddisford," by H. Meyer, after Sir J. Reynolds, prool 
(Parker), £2 15s. 



October 28, 1910. iy 



209 " Peasants with -Fruit and Flowers," after Rev. W. Peters (Hyam, 1 , 

£1 5S- 

210 " Shepherdess of the Alps," and companion, by F. Bartolozzi, in colours. 

a pair (Russell), 10s. 

211 " Lady Harriet Clive," by .S. Cousins, after Sir T. Lawrence (Parker), 

.£•2 "5s- 

212 " English and French Barracks," by T. Malton, after Rowlandson, 

aquatints, in colours, a pair (Brail), £1 7s. 6d. 

213 " Robinetta and Muscipula," by J. Jones, after Sir Joshua Reynolds 

(Temple), £f 8s. 

214 " Miss Foot," by C. Picarl, after Clint; and " Miss Penelope Boothby," 

by Bartolozzi, after Reynolds, in colours (Yeulett), 19s. 

215 " Lady Catherine Powlet," by C. W. White, after R. Cosway ; and 

" Mrs. Siddons," by T. Burke, after J. Bateman, ovals, in colours 
(Parker), £2 2s. 

216 " Earl of Dalkeith," by V". Green, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint, 

first state (Saunders), £7 5s. 

217 " Frances Anne Greville and brother," by J. McArdell, after Sir Joshua 

Reynolds, mezzotint (Barnard), £3 3s. 

218 " Lady Dover and child." by Samuel Cousins, after Sir Thomas 

Lawrence, mezzotint (Graves), £3 10s. 
2iq "The Contemplative Charmer," mezzotint, in colours (Long), £1 15s. 

220 '" High Street, Southampton, 1827," by Buckan, a pair (Long), £1 10s. 

221 "High Street, Oxfo'd," by C. Heath, and "Christ Church, Oxford," 

by Reeve (Long), 14s. 

222 " Achilles discovered by Ulysses," by Facius, after Kauffman (Titley.i, 

11s. 

223 " Charles I. " and " Henrietta Maria," by R Strange, after Van Dyck, 

a pair (Reader), £1 . 

224 " Review of the Kentish Volunteers," by Alexander, aquatint (Brail), Ss. 

225 " Madame Talleyrand," by Dickinson, after Gerard, mezzotint, proof 

(Barnard), Ss. 

226 " Alehouse Politicians," by W. Ward, after G. Morland, mezzolint 

(Titley), .£3. 

227 " Trotiing Match in harness against time," by J. Pollard, in colours 

(Barnard), 16s. 

228 " The Laughing Girl." by Bause, after Reynolds (Tollemache), £1 4s. 

229 "The Earl of Derby's Staghounds," after Barenger; and "General Post 

Office," after Pollard, in colours (McCaskie), 16s. 

230 Rembrandt, " The Great Coppenal, " and one other, by Visscher (Reader), 

10s. 

231 Fancy Subjects (3), in red (Blythe), £1 5s. 

232 Baxter, " Sir Robert Pee! " and " Lord Nelson " (Brail), 10s. 

233 Fancy Subjects (4), in red, ovals (Russell), £2 2s 

234 Ditto (6) (Burr), £2 10s. 

235 " Mrs. Billington, as ' St. Cecilia '," by W. Ward, after Reynolds, 

mezzotiat (Breun), ^5 5s. 

236 & 237 " La Promesse du Retour," by David, after Tischebien ; and 

" Cleopatra and Mark Anthony," by Burke, after A. Kauffman, circle 
(Titlev), 18s 



20 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



238 Haden, Sir Seymour, 1886, " Breaking up the ' Agamemnon," " second 

plate (D 223) (Maggs), £7 17s. 6d. 

239 " The Outpost," and " The Dispatch," by Courtry and A. Mongiz, 

after J. L. E. Meissonier, etchings (Arnot), £1 10s. 

240 " The Painter in his Studio," by L. Ruet. after M. Zelon ; and " Portrait 

of a Girl," by J. Tissot, etching (Arnot), £1 4s. 

241 " Bloodhounds," by Lhullier, after J. S. Noble, signed remarque proof; 

and " The Funeral," by K. W. Allan, ditto (Arnot), £1 2s. 

242 "The Dancer." by C. Koepping, after G. Clairey; and "The Traveller," 

by Leon Richton (Arnot), 16s. 

243 " Innocent Captivation," by A. Cardon, after Singleton, in colours 

iBarnard), 10s. 

244 " Morning Studies," and " Evening Prayers," by A. Cardon, after 

Barney, in colours, a pair (Barnard), £1 2s. 

245 " The Thatcher," by and after J. Barney, in colours (Harvey), £1 7s. 6d. 

246 " Boyhood's Reverie," by Samuel Cousins, after Sir Thomas Lawrence, 

mezzotint (L. & S.), £2 2s. 

247 " Interiors, with Figures," by Morrison, mezzotints, coloured, a pair 

(Walker), £1 10s. 

248 Baxter, " Houses of Parliament," and " Grandfather's Pipe," by 

Le Blond (Russell), 13s. 

249 Fancy Subjects, in colour, ova is, a pair: and two Drawings (Holloway). 

IOS. 

250 " Lady Stanhope," by A. Cardon, after R. Cosway (Holloway), £1 103. 

251 Engravings, by Tomkins, Cheesman, Scriven and Agar, after Gerard Dou, 

Ostade, Teniers, etc., in colours (Russell), £4. 

252 " Mrs. Matthew," by W. Dickinson after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzo- 

tint (Barnard), £1 15s. 

253 " View of Blackfriars Bridge," by J. C. Stadler (Long), £\. 

254 " Zeya," by S. Cousins, after Leighton, signed artist's proofs (Yeulett), 61. 

2 55 " The Quartette: A Rehearsal," by L. Lowenstam, after Bruck Lago* 

signed proof (Palmer), 6s. 

256 " Invention and Composition," hy Bartolozzi, afler Kauffman, circles, * 

pair (Brail), 10s. 

257 A carved and ebonised easel, with solander case (Yeulett), 13s. 

258 " William Tell," by Le Grand, aftftr Lambert, in colours (Brail), 17s. 

259 Scriptural Subjects, after Gustav Dore, signed proofs, and three others 

(Hendricks), us. 

WATP.R-COLOUR DRAWINGS 

In Portfolio. 

260 Flamen, Albert, 1660, " Seaport Scenes " (2), etc. (Venning), 16s. 

261 Reni, Guido, " Europa and the Bull "; Landscapes, by Rubens, eic. 

(Venning), £1. 

262 " A Seascape," by Bonninglon; " Lake Como," by Rowbotham; A Sepia 

Drawing of a Church, by D. Cox ( ), £1. 

263 " A View of Dorr," sepia drawing, by Jan van Wallen (Parsons), £1. 

264 " Bacchante," by Cipriani, oval, in crayon ( ), £t 6s. 

265 Pencil Drawings, by Morland; Water-colour Drawings, by Hardy, Co'.f- 

mar, elc. (Venning), £1. 



October 28, 1910. 



266 " Views of Strawberry Hill," by J. C. Barrow, circles (Maggs), £i 14s. 

267 " Dumbarton," by Copley Fielding, pencil drawings, a pair; and " Wind- 

mill and River Scene," by Cotton, a pair (Gordon), 18s. 

268 A Female Figure, by Birken Ruth; and two others (Venning), £1 las. 

269 " Portrait of a Lady," and various studies (Reigh), 6s. 

270 Two Studies, by Muller: and a Landscape, by Wilson (Yeulett), 6s. 

271 Rowlandson, Figure Subject (Maggs), £3 7s. 6d. 

272 Rowlandson, " The Parish Overseer," and one other ( -), £1 ios. 

273 Rowlandson, " A French Nobleman in his Shooting Dress," sketched at 

Boulogne, 1778 (Maggs), £1. 

274 Rowlandson, " Blind Beggar " (Maggs), £1. 

275 Rowlandson, " The City Road " (Gutekunst), £2. 

276 Rowlandson, " The Fortune Teller " (Venning), £1 10s. 

277 Rowlandson, " A Family Party " (Muir), £1 10s. 

27S Gainsborough, Pencil Drawings of trees (Gordon), 14s. 

279 French School, Two crayon "Studies of Girls " (Gordon), 14s. 

280 Various Drawings (Warren), 12s. 

281 Two Portraits of Ladies, and two old Persian Documents (Warren), 14s. 

Framed. 

282 Blackburn, Landscapes, a pair (Allison), 2s. 

283 An early Sepia Drawing of " Lord Kelson " (McDonald), £2 ios. 

284 Kauffman, A., " Cupid," oval (Coldwell), 6s. 

285 Woolmer, A. J., a Composition Picture, with Playing and Visiting 

Card, Newspaper, etc. (Lawson), .£1 ios. 

ARUNDEL SOCIETY'S PUBLICATIONS. 

In Portfolio. 

286 Michelangelo, " The Prophet Jeremiah "; " The Prophet Ezekiel "; ana 

" The Delphic Sibyl " ( ), £3 5s. 

2S7 Bartolomeo, F., " Jesus and His Disciples at Emmaus " ( ), 14s. 

288 Bazzi, "The Vision of S. Catherine"; "The Swoon of S. Catherine " 

and " The Ecstasy of S. Catherine " (Rimell), £4. 

289 Bellini, G., " Madonna Enthroned, and Child " ( ), ^4 5s. 

290 Eyck, Van, "The Adoration of the Lamb"; "Judges and Warriors"; 

" Hermits and Pilgrims "; " The Triune God "; " The Virgin Mary 
and St. John the Baptist"; " St. John the Baptist and St. John th» 
Evangelist " ( ), ^7. 

291 Ghirlandaio, D., " Nativity of the Blessed Virgin " (Rimell), £1 7s. 6d. 

292 Gozzoli, B., " Madonna and Child, with several Saints " ( ), us. 

293 Lippi, Fillippino, " Vision of St. Bernard " (P. & S.), £1 12s. 6d. 

294 Libri, G. Dai, " Virgin and Child " (Veulett), £1 2s. 

295 Perugino, P., " Adoration of the Kings " ( ), ios. 

296 Perugino, P., " Christ's Charge to Peter " ( ), 12s. 

297 Pinturicchio, B., " Virgin in Glory with two Saints " ( ). 16s. 

298 Pinturicchio, B., " The Interior of the Picrotomini Library at Siena " 

( ), £1 ios. 

2^9 Pinturicchio, B., " The Nativity " (P. & S.), 18s. 

300 Raphael, " Poets on Mount Parnassus " (P. & S.), £1 17s. 6d. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



301 Raphael, " St. Peter delivered from Prison " ( ), ^4 5s. 

302 Sarto, A. del, " Procession of the Magi " (P. & S.), 14s. 

303 Sarto, A. del, " St. Filippo Benizzi healing children " ( ), 9s. 

304 Pinturicchio, B., " Christ among the Doctors "; and one other (framed) 

(Levin), £2 5s. 

305 Pinturicchio, B., " The Annunciation " (ditto) (Levin), £3 5s. 

306 Angelico, Fra., " Chri>t and Mary Magdalen in the Garden " (ditto; 

307 Ghirlandaio, D., " Preaching of St. John the Baptist " (ditto) (Gibbs), 10s. 

308 Francia, " The Marriage and Burial of St. Cecilia " (P. & S.), £1 10s. 

309 Bazzi, G., " St. Benedict Preaching to Women "; and Pisanello, 

" Departure of St. George " (Spooner), 12s. 

310 Vasco, Gran., " St. Peter enthroned as Pope " ( ), gs. 

311 Giotti. " St. Francis Preaching before Pope Honorius III."; and 

Carpaccio, " Calling of St. Matthew " ( ), 18s. 

312 Pacchiarotto, " St. Catherine Finding the Body of St. Agnes " ' ), 5s. 

313 Pacchiarotto, " Piccolomi.-v Receiving the Cardinal's Hat " ( ), 8s. 

314 Pacchiarotto, " Christ among the Doctors "; Carpaccio, " St. George 

Baptising the Princess Cleodolinda " ( ), 12s. 

315 Lippi and Massacio, " St. Peter and St. Paul before Nero "; " Fall and 

Expulsion "; " St. Peter Preaching and Baptising "; " St. Peter and 
St. Paul raising the King's son "; and two others ( ), 17s. 

316 D'Avanzo, J., "St. Lucy sentenced to death"; Cavazzola, "The Deposi 

tion "; and Lorenzetto, " The Descent from the Cross " ( ), tos. 

317 Carpaccio, " Christ Among the Doctors " (P. & S.), 5s. 

318 Luini, B., " Burial of St. Catherine " ( ), £1 10s. 

319 Raphael, " The Four Sibyls " ( ), £1 12s. 

320 " Eliodoros Chamber, Rome "; " Galleries of Raffaelle in the Vatican "; 

and " Cathedra', at Orvietc " (Spooner), 18s. 

321 Signorelli, " Events in the Life of Moses " (P. & S.), 16s. 

322 Lippi, Massacio, and Masolino, " St. Peter and St. Paul raising the 

King's Son "; " St. Peter before Nero "; " Fall and Expulsion "; 
and St. Peter Preaching and Baptising " ( ). 15s. 



November 2 and 3, 1910. 23 



November 2 & 3, 1910. Sotheby's. 

Japanese Colour -Prints, the property of E. L. Cappel, 
Esq., and other collectors. 

i Kivotsune (Torii), 1735-85. " Ichikawa YawoEO," in male character, 
" Hoso-Ye,' : signed (.Simpson), 7s. 

2 Kivomilsu (Torii), 1735-85, " A Young Woman out walking," Hoso-Ya, 

signed (Simpson), us. 

3 Harunobu (Suzuki), 1703-70, "Getting a Light: A girl begging a light 

from the pipe of .1 youth," large size, almost square, signed (Simpson), 
£1 is. 

4 Koriusai (Isoda), 1720-82 " Hashirakaki : Hinatsuru of Choji-ya on 

parade in the spring-time," signed Koriu (Hall), 14s. 

5 Shunsho (Katsugawa), 1724-92, " Ichikawa Monosuke " in male 

character, Hoso-ye, signed (Simpson), 8s. 
b Shigemasa (Kitao), 1728-1819, "Sericulture: A Woman winding silk from 
cocoons," medium size, almost square, signed (Hall), 15s. 

7 Shunsho and Shigemasa, " A Winter Morning," 1776, unsigned (Hall), 

25s. 

8 Kiyonaga (Torii), 1752-1814, " Follow my Leader," medium-size, almost 

square, signed (Miss Wilt), 15s. 
.; Shunman (Kubo), worked c. 1785-1815, " The Koromo Uchi Tama River," 
full-size, upright, unsigned (Hall), 20s. 

10 Utamaro (Kitagawa), 1754-1S06, " Half-length Portrait of a Courtezan of 

Ogi-ya," full-size, upright, signed (Simpson), 8s. 

11 Utamaro II. c. 1S07-1835. " Midorigi of Waka Matsu-ya," full-size, 

upright, signed (Simpson), 7s. 

12 Kikumaro, worked c. 1789-1829, " Oi of Yebi-ya seated," medium-size, 

upright, signed (Miss Witt), gs. 

13 Toyokuni (Utagawa), 1769-1825, " An Actor in private costume," full- 

size, upright, signed (Passed). 

14 Kunisada (Utagawa), 1785-1S64, " Zensei Hana Shobu," triptych, full- 

size, upright, signed, sea! dated Horse 5 — 5th month, 1858 (Passed'. 

15 Kuniyoshi and Kuninaga, " Half-length Portrait of a Woman by a 

mosquito curtain, holding a mirror up her back," full-size, upright, 
signed Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi, dated Rat 10 — 10th month, 1S52 ; and 
" Toba-ye." a small comic sketch, signed Kuninaga (Passed). 

16 Hiroshige (Ichiryusai), 1796-1858, " Katsuo, the Bonito," full-size, oblong, 

signed (Bateson), 5s. 

17 Hiroshige, Atagoshita. Yahu Koji, " Snow Scene in a street," dated i-".li 

month, 1S57; and another "Snow Scene" from another Yedo set; 
both full-size, upright, signed (E. Wilson), 9s. 
i7-\ Shunsen and Yeizan, "The Omi Tama River: Two women on the 
hank," signed; "A Woman with a lantern," a blue print touched 
with red. -ign-d Kikugawa Yiizan (F-. Wilson), 16s. 



24 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

18 Harunobu, Hashirakaki. "A Musume with a fan out walking," sign") 

(E. Wilson), £12 10s. 

19 Hiroshige, Kakemono-ye, " Shishi and cub," signed (Banbridge), 8s. 

ao Shuntei (Katsugawa), 1769-1820, Yedo Maye O Kabayaki, " Roast Eels, 
Yedo style," Triptych, full-size, upright, signed, dated Hare 4 — 4th 
. month, 1807 (Banbridge), £3. 
ai Kunisada, " Ise no Ama Awabi Sei no zu," Triptych, full-si»:e, upright, 

;■ signed Toyokuni (Tregaskis), 10s. 
aa Kunisada, " Morning Ablutions: A Woman, nude to. the waist," signed 
Toyokuni, dated Horse 5 — 5th month, 1858 (Miss Witt), 6s. 

33 Yeishi (Chobunsai), worked c. 1780-1805, " The Parting," full-size, upright, 

signed (E. Wilson) 30s. 

34 Yeishi, " Tea-house Scene," full-size, upright, signed (Barron), 28*. 

35 Yeishi, "A Spring Outing," medium-size, almost square, signed, and "A 

Woman weaving," illusiration from a Silkworm series, signed Yeishi 
(Simpson), 26s. 

36 Yeisui, c. 1810, " Tsukasa of Ogi-ya," full-size, upright, signed (Ban- 

bridge), 24s. 

37 Yeizan (Kikugawa), worked c. 1800, " Uveno: A Woman standing, 

pinning a handkerchief on her head," full-size, upright, signed, and 

" A Woman on a balcony," oblong, signed Shunyei (E. Wilson), 18s. 
28 Harunobu: " Yoshiwara Scene: A Girl leading a Man," oblong, a page 

from an erotic album, without signature (Banbridge), £2. 
39 Utamaro (Kitagawa), 1754-1806, " Playing Forfeits," full-size, oblong 

early work, signed (E. Wilson), £2 12s. 
30 Utamaro, " Ukiye Yedo Ryogoku Bashi Suzumi no zu : View of the 

Evening Cooling at Ryogoku Bridge, Yedo Bird's-eye Views," full 

size, oblong, signed; and "Flower Arrangement," black and white 

full-size, upright, signed (Simpson), £1 12s. 
' 31 Kunitora, c. 1820, " Peonies and Butterflies," full-size, oblong, not 

signed (Passed). 

♦Very closely in imitation cf the large sheet flower series of Hokusai, 

and often mistaken for one of the Hokusai set. 

32 Kiyonaga (Torii), 1752-7814I, " Utagawa of Yotsumi-ya on parade," a 

black and white print from the key block of a print intended for the 
series, " Hinagala Wakana no Hatsumoyo," full-size, upright, signed 
(Simpson), £2 4s. 

33 Kiyonaga, " Iwai Hanshiro as Ihe Geisha Kashiku," " Hoso-Ye," black 

and white, timed ye'.'ow by hand, signed (Simpson), ]6s. 

34 Koriusai, " Snow on Asakusa Temple." full-size, upright, signed (F. 

Wilson), £7 ss. 

35 Koriusai, " Homing Geese," medium-size, almosl square, signed (Bun 

bridge), £2 10s. 

36 Koriusai. " Children Playing." small size, almosl square, both signed 

(Simpson I, 22s. 

37 Kunisada, Two Triptychs, each of " Three Actors in characters," 'nil 

size, upright, signed Toyokuni, and dated snake year— 1857 (Foster), 5s. 

38 Hokusai (Katsushika). 1760-1840, " Pukagawa Hachiman," full-size, 
oblong, signed (Banbridge), 6s. 

Hokusai, " Yelo Surug.i cho Mitsui Mise," full-size, oblong, signed Zen 
Hoku=ai-I-itzu (Banbridge), 14s. 



39 



November 2 and 3, 1910. 25 

40 Shunsen (Kashosai), worked 1790-1829, " Fishing Seem.-," full-size, oblong. 

unsigned (Banbridge), 36s. 

41 Shunsen, " The Seven Ri Beach," both narrow. \'oko-ye, unsigned 
i 1 (Banbridge;, 103. 

42 Kunimaru and Kuninaga, c. 1810, " Shigeoka of Okamoto-ya on parade," 

lull-size, upright, signed Ichiyensai Kunimaru; " livening Fete, 
Ryogoku Bridge, with fireworks," full-size, oblong, signed (Jtagawa 
Kuninaga (Simpson!, us. 

43 Shunsho and Shigemasa, Sericulture, Plates 7 and S from Kaiko 

Vashinai Gusa, '•The Rearing ol Silkworms"; Plate 8, signed 
Shunsho; Plate 7, signed Kitao Shigemasa (Simpson), jjs. 

44 Shuncho and Sadatora, " A Youth seated outside the plum garden at 

Gammada, and a girl standing beside him," signed Shuncho; ar-.] 
" A Street Scene in Yedo," by Sadatora, unsigned (Miss Witt), 12s. 

45 Shunsen, " The Ryogoku Bridge," Triptych, full-size, upright, signed 

(Banbridgc), £2 5>. 
4'. Hiroshigc, " Omi Hakkci : Clearing Weather at Av.azu"; and " Return- 
ing Boats at Yabase," lull-size, oblong, both signed (Passed). 

47 Hiroshigc, Enoshima Knicho Sankei Gunshu, full-size, upright, signed. 

fust edition, published In Sumimasa (Tregaskis), £1. 

48 Hiroshigc, " Kasumiga Seki " (from n Yedo Meisho set), oblong, dated 

Tiger 7 — 7th month, 1S54; " livening Rain at Masaki," oblong; and 
"Kyoto Shijo: livening Cooling," upright, all signed (Hall), 16s. 

49 Hiroshigc and Kimisada, "Furyu Genji Awasc, Akashi," Triptych, full-size, 

upright, signed Hiroshigc and Toyokuni, dated 1853, 4th moinh 
(Hall), 11s. 

50 Sadanobu (Hasegawa), 1818-1854, "Bingo, Abumon Kwannondo" - 

" Yamato. Tatsula Gawa," both full-size, oblong, signed; and "A 
Surimono,"- unsigned, probably by Hokkei (Banbridge), 10s. 

51 Ktyoyasu (Unkaido), " Yoshiwara Saiken," an album with double-page 

illustrations in colours; and " Children at Play," an album with six 
double-page illustrations in colours, both signed (Passed). 

52 Hiroshigc, " Tokaido Go-ju-san zu Kwai," " Kanaya," " Kameyama.'' 

and " Mariko," all signed (Passed). 

53 Hiroshigc, " Tokaido Go-ju-san zu Kwai," " Akasaka," " Chiryu," and 

" Okasaiii," all signed (Passed'. 

54 Hiroshigc, " Tokaido Go-ju-san zu Kwai," " Okitsu." " Fujikawa," 

" Fufchu," and " Hamamalsu," all signed (Foster), 8s. 

55 Yeizan, " A Courtezan tying her obi," signed, dated 1811, and " A 

Woman with a fan in her mouth," signed (Hall), 21s. 

56 Kuniyoshi. " Hyakunin Isshu, ' Single Songs of 100 Poets '," three full- 

si. e upright illustrations of Poems by Kisen Hoshi, with Poems 
written 011 each sheet (from the Hopper Collection) (Bateson), 21s. 

57 Kuniyoshi, " Hyakunin Isshu," three more (from the Happer Collection) 

(Bateson), 18s. 

58 Kuniyoshi, " Hyakunin Isshu," three more (from the Happer Collection) 

(Foster), 12s. 

59 Kuniyoshi, " Hyakunin Isshu," three more (from the Happer Collection; 

(Hall), us. 
'60 Kuniyoshi, " Hyakunin Isshu," three more (from the Happer Collectio.il 
(Bateson), 12s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



61 Kunivoshi, " Hyakunin Isshu," four more (from the Happer Collection), 
(Bateson), 20s. 

6j Yeisen (Keisai), 17S9-1851, " N'ankio Kakkei: Eight Chinese Views," fou« 
of the series, half block size, oblong, one signed Yeisen ; and " Col- 
lecting Cocoons," an oblong yoko-yc, signed (from the Happer 
Collection) (Miss Wilt), 5s. 

63 Yeizan, " Genji Hakkei," " Tsukasa of Ogi-ya," " Aisome of Vebi-ya,' 

both full-size, upriglit, signed Kikugawa Yeizan (from the Happer 
Collection) (Foster), 8s. 

64 Yeizan, "Genji Hakkei." " N'ishiki-i of Choji-ya," " Koi-Murasaki oi 

Tama-va," both signed Kikugawa Yeizan (from the Happer Collectto-') 
(Foster), 8s. 

65 Yeizan, " Genii Hakkei," " Masanagi of Tama-ya," " Matsumura of 

Matsuba-ya," and " Oyodo of Tsuru-ya." all signed Kikugawa Yeizan 
(from the Happer Collection) (Simpson), 12s. 

66 Hiroshige, " Kanazawa Hakkei: Eight Views of Kanazawa," signed, 

mounted on two sheets (from the Happer Collection) (Foster), 6s. 
by Hiroshige, " Kwanto Meisho," " Celebrated Views of Kwanto," " Shimo 

tsuke, Kurokami Varna Kirifuri Taki." " Shimosa, Kou no dai," 

" Kozuke, Naka no take empo," and " Sagami, Oyania Koben no 

taki," all full-size, oblong, signed (from the Happer Collection 1 

(Simpson), 10s. 
68 Hiroshige, " Banshu, Muronolsu," " Sumida River and Ryogaku Bridge, 

all full-size, oblong, signed (Glass), 5s. 
fiii Hiroshige, " Mii dera, Bansho," and " Oji, Inari no Yashiro," with 

red publisher's stamp on margin, both full-size, oblong, signed (Ba> ■• 

son), 5s. 

70 Hiroshige, " Bizen, Ta no guchi Kaigan," " Nagato, Shirnonoseki," 

" Bungo, Minosaki," all full-size, upright; and " Roku-ju yo Shu 
Meisho zu Kwai," signed (Cooke), 5s. 

71 Hiroshige, " Kameido Plum Garden," oblong; "Kanagawa," " Koji- 

machi, Itchome," all signed (Passed). 

72 Hiroshige, " O Den ma cho," " Ryogoku Kara Asakusa en Kfci," 

and " Azuma Bashi, Kinryusan Okawa bata," full-size, upright, signed 
(Passed). 

73 Hiroshige, " Takanawa, Ushimachi," " Kojimachi, Itchome," and one 

sheet of a Triptych of " Suma Beach," all full-size, upright, signed 
(Passed). 

74 Hiroshige, " Awabi an<l Sayori," " Kochi and Okoze," signed Ichiryusii 

Hiroshige, and " Salsukidai and Suzuki," signed (F. J. Higgin- 
bottom), 5s. 

75 Hiroshige II., " Shinshu suwa ko Yatsumi Unagi," and two ufiright 

views from Yedo Jiman, " Proud Yedo," signed Hiroshige, and " 77 
years old Toyokuni " (Passed) 

76 Sadanobu, " Kwa Cho," two oblong prints, and " Mandarin Ducks and 

Leaves," both signed (F. J. Higginbottom), 14s. 

77 Kunisada, " Spring," Triptych, full-size, upright, signed Toyokuni. dated 

Ox 10 10th month, 1853; and " Bando Mitsugoro," signed Kunisada 
(Cooke), 5s. 



November 2 and 3, 1910. 27 

78 Kuniyoshi, " A Woman carrying home rolls of linen "; and " A Woman 

holding a toy in her hand," both full-size, upright, signed Ichiyusai 
Kuniyoshi (Passed). 

79 Yeisen: " Kuragano Shuku, Torikawa no zu," unsigned: " Rvogoku, 

Sekisho." signed Keisai Yeisen (Passed). 

80 Y< sen : d Hokkei, " Four Surimono," " Kosagi with his gourd full ol 

sake from the Yoro waterfall "; and " A Young Man with a fin," 
both signed Keisai; "A Kuge's Hat," unsigned; and "The Old 
tiamboo Cutter." signed Hokkei (Barron), £2 4s. 

81 Shuncho (Katsugawa), worked c. 1770-1790. " Picking Spring Flowers," 

Triptych, full size, upright, signed Shuncho, sealed Churin (Tregaskis), 
£2 10s. 

82 Lit imaro, " Nanakusa," " Seven Kinds of Green," full-size, upright; one 

of a pentaptych showing " The Five Festivals," signed (Miss Witt), 24s. 

83 Y< ; shi. " Prince Genji receiving visitors." full-size, upright, signed (Miss 

Witt), 14s. 

84 Hokusai, " Illustrations of a Poem by Fujiwara no Yoshitaka," signed 

Zen Hokusai Manji (Bateson), 28s. 

85 Utamaro, " Yehoii Mushi Erabi," two sheets from a late reprint, " Yoko- 

ye," signed (Fullerton), 35s. 

86 Hokusai. " Aoiga oka no taki." full-size, upright, not first edition, signed 

Zen Hokusai T-i I zu (Barron), 5s 

87 Tbyokuni, "Two Actors in private attire," full-size, upright, signed 

(Barron), 6s. 

88 Hokuyei and Kuniyasu, "A Florist's Shop." signed Shunkosai Hokuyei; 

" Writing a Poem," signed Kuniyasu (Dr. Jones), 55. 

89 Shuncho, Hashirakaki, signed Shuncho, sealed Churin (Higginbottom), 

1 8s. 
^o Shunsen, " Daylight, Ryogoku Bridge," Triptych, signed (Foster), 10s. 

91 Shunsen, " Night, Rvogoku Bridge," Triptych, signed (Foster), 28s. 

92 Utamaro, " Yehon Mushi Frabi." two sheets from a late reprint, " Gourd 

and Mantis," and " Egg-plant and grasshopper," " Yoko-ye," unsigned 
(Fullerton), 15s. 

93 Toyomasa (Ishikawa), worked .-. 1770-80, " Street Scene," medium size, 

. Imost square, signed (Tregaskis), 21s. 

94 Koriusai, " Mitsuharu of Daimonji-ya on parade." full-size, upright, 

signed I Barron), 36s. 

95 Koriusai, Hashirakaki, unsignnd (Bateson), 32s. 

96 To\okuni, " Ten-house Scene," medium size, upright, signed (Tregaskis), 

15s. 

97 Toyokuni, " Mewing Autumn Maples." Triptych, full-size, upright, 

signed (Tregaskis), £3 5s. 

98 Toyokuni. Hashirakaki. signed (Higginbottom), 12s. 

90 Hokusai, "Tokaido: Five Views" (Dr. Jones), £s. 

100 Hokusai, five more (Miss Witt), 11s. 

101 Hokusai. five more (Simpson), tos. 

102 Kuniyoshi. " Shochu no Udachi," Triptych, full-size, upright, signed 

Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi (Passed). 
103. Yeishi. " On the River," full-size, upright, signed (Simpson), 16s. 

Yeishi, " A N'o')le Lady st-mding by the edgo of a stream," full-size, 
upright, signed (Simpson), 34s. 



104 



28 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



105 Hiroshige-, " Yatsu.se no Sato," full-size, oblong, first edition, signed 

(Tregaskis), 34s. 
sc6 Hiroshige, " Kinryusan Bansho," full-size, oblong, signed (Dr. Jones), 5s. 
IC7 Hiroshige, " Uchiwa Fan Print," signed (Simpson), 6s. 
iu8 Hiroshige, " Bora"; " Awabi and Sayori," both full-size, oblong, signed 

Ichiryusai Hiroshige (Barron), 5s. 

109 Hiroshige, " Mokuboji Tea-house"; " Ishiyakushi "j " Dokan yama," all 

full-size, oblong, signed (Dr. Jones), 5s. 

110 Shunsho, " Ichikawa Monosuke in female character," " Hoso-ye," signed 

(Barron), 30s. 
in Shunsho, " Iv.ai Kumesaburo in female character," " Hoso-ye," signed 

(Simpson), 6s. 
IT2 Kunisada, " Yorimasa and Tadazumi killing (he Xuye," unsigned, 

"Fumigating a Bed-chamber," signed Kachoro Kunisada; "An 

Interior Scene," signed Kunisada, changing to the second Toyokuni 

(Dr. Jones), 6s. 

113 Kunisada, "Geisha performing in a private gentleman's mansion," 

Triptych, full-size, upright, signed " To order, Toyokuni " (Bloom- 
field), os. 

114 Yeisen, " Imayo Hotaru Kari no zu," Triptych, full-size, upright, signed 

Keisai Yeisen (Miss Witt), 9s. 

115 Kikumaro, "Outside Takimura Ise-ya," full-size, upright, signed (from 

the Hayashi collection) (Bloomfield), 21s. 

1 16 Koriusai, " Sayoginu of Yotsumi-ya kneeling before a vase of wicker- 

work design," full-size, upright, signed (Barron), £2 10s. 

117 Yeisen, " Wakamurasaki of Tama-ya seated arranging her hair"; 

" Kicho of Owari-ya reclining before her Koto "; " Hitomoto of 
Daimonji-ya seated reading a letter," all full-size, upright, signed 
Keisai Yeisen (Spiers), 8s. 

118 Yeisen, " Tosei Natsu Geshiki," two prints of this series, both full-size, 

upright, signed Keisai Yeisen; and a print of a " Yoshiwara Belle on 

parade," unsigned (Bloomfield), os. 
u<) Shuncho, " The Adieu," signed (Simpson). 8s. 
J2n Hiroshige, " Katala, Rakugan," signed (Hall), 25s. 

121 Hiroshige, " Ishihe, Me Gawa Sato." oblong; ", Watanabe no Tsuna 

meeting the ogre," " An imitation of the songs of the 100 Poets," 
upright, both signed (Dr. Jones), 5s. 

122 Hiroshige, "A Raft on the Sumida River in snow," signed; Hiroshige 

II., " Kiso River Gorge in snow," signed (Spiers), 5s. 

123 Hokusai, a Surimono, signed and dated " Spring of Ihe Goal Year," 

prohahly 1700 (Barron), 7s. 

124 Utamaro, " A Child dreaming of Mikoshi Niudo, " full-size, upright, 

signed (Barron), 26s. 

125 Masannbu (Okumura), 1685-1764, Original Drawing on silk, " An Oiran 

seated watching her Kamuro playing with a cat and kitten," signed 
" Japanese Painter Okumura Masanobu " (Barron), £$. 

126 Shunsho. " Arashi Hinaji," two Hoso-ye, both signed (Simpson), us. 

127 Yeishi, " Archery Practise," one sheet of a Triptych, full-size, upright, 

signed (Simpson), 26s. 

128 Harunobu, " Tea-house Amenities," " Yoko-ye." Ihe first illustration 

from an erotic album, unsigned (Hampton), £1 18s. 



.November 2 and 3, 1910. 29 

129 Toyokuni, " Kiokusui-no-yen," one sheet of a Triptych, full-size, upright, 

signed [Blooinfield), 12s. 

130 Hiroshige, " Mii dera Bansho"; and " Miyanokoshi," both full-size 

oblong, signed (Bateson), 9s. 

131 Shuncho, " A Group of three Women," one sheet of a Triptych, full- 

size, upright, signed Shuncho, sealed Churin (.Simpson), 18s. 

132 Hokusai, "Illustration of a Poem by Jito Tenno," unsigned(Hampson), 16S. 

133 Hokusai, " Illustration of a Poem by Ono no Komachi," sign atuie 

cut into (Hampton), 15s. 

134 Harunobu, " Tea-house Scene," Yoke-ye, from an erotic album, not 

signed (Hampton), £1 4s. 

133 Shuncho, " Outdoor Diversions," one sheet of a Triptych, full-size, 
upright, signed Shuncho, sealed Churin (Miss Witt), 17s. 

136 Koriusai, Hashirakaki, signed (Bloomfield), 9s. 

137 Koriusai, Hashirakaki, signed (Bloomfield), 13s. 

138 Koriusai, Hashirakaki, signed Koriu (Bloomfield), us. 

139 Koriusai, Hashirakaki, " A Youth has just kicked a football by a railed 

window where a girl is standing," signed (Tregaskis), £1 6s. 

140 Koriusai, Hashirakaki, " Seta Sekisho," signed (Bloomfield), 14s. 

141 Koriusai, Hashirakaki, " A Young Man standing up in a boat, with a 

performing monkey," signed Koriu (Bateson), 18s. 
14.' Koriusai, Hashirakaki, " A Youth going hawking," signed (Hall), 20s. 

143 Koriusai. Hashirakaki, " A Woman in her night clothes," signed Koriu, 

sealed Shohei (Simpson), 10s. 

144 Koriusai, Hashirakaki, " Komurasaki and Gompachi," unsigned (Simp- 

son), 7s. 

145 Masanobu (Kitaol. Hashirakaki, " Benten standing and a Geisha 

kneeling," signed Kilao Shinsai Masanobu (Simpson), 21s. 
14b Utamaro, Hashirakaki, " A Mother holding her baby boy," signed 

(Simpson), 10s. 
147 Utamaro, " A Pair of Hashirakaki from a series Ukive Hakkei, Chamise 

no Kami no oto, and Keisai no tsuki," both signed (Bateson), £3 5s. 
14S Toyokuni, Two Hashirakaki, " A Woman crossing a bridge," and 

" A Woman in a Rainstorm," both signed (A. B. Walford), 18s. 

149 Yeisho, Two Hashirakaki, " Two Women at the cherry-blossom 

festival," and " Two Women on the balcony of a house," both signed 
(Simpson), ns. 

150 Hokusai, Okazaki, and a Hashirakaki, unsigned, probably by 

Shuncho, " Shizuka of Tama-ya," full-length figure (Simpson), 9s. 

151 Hiroshige, " Meisho Yedo Hyakkei," 1 18 full-size upright plates bound 

with the title page in an album; second edition with the altered plate 
of Kiribata, signed " The Second Hiroshige," plates with the same 
seal dates as the first issue (Hampton), £2 '5 s - 



Second Day's Sale. 

The property of E. L. Cappe!, Esq. 

152 Masanobu School, c. 16115, Original Drawing on silk, " Street Scene -n 
the Yoshiwara," unsigned (Barron), £3. 



30 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

153 Masar.obu School. Original Drawing on Silk, " A Picnic under the cherry- 

trees in blossom," unsigned (Barron), ^3 5s. 

154 Clioki, c. 1773-1805, "A New Year Performance," one sheet of a Trip- 

tych, full-size, upright, signed, framed (Hall I, £2 2s. 

155 Gakutei (Yashima), worked 1800-1840, " \ Woman as ' Yokihi,' " full- 

size, upright, signed Gakutei Harunobu (Kato), £1 bs. 

156 Harunobu. " Be: uty of the Moon," large size, almost square, signed 

frame*! (Trcg"skis), £3. 

157 Harunobu, " Tea-house Scene," Yoko-yc, illustration from an 

erotic album, unsigned, framed (Hutchinson), £1 15s. 

158 Harunobu, " Getting out of bed," large size, almost square, without 

text, signed, framed (Channell), ^3 10s. 

159 Shunro, " Segawa Kukunojo in female character," Hoso-ye, signed 

(Wilson), 10s. 

Although this print bears the Hokusai form of the signature Shunro, 
it is more probably by another pupil of Shunsho, who used that 
artist name. 

160 Hidemaro (Kitagawa), worked c. 1S04-17, " Half-length Portrait of a 

Woman," full-size, upright, signed, framed (Barron), 16s. 

161 Utamaro II., " Nakagawa of Nakamanji-ya and her attendant," large 

heads, dated Hare year — 1807; " Wakamurasaki of Tama-ya, large 
head portrait, with her kamuro," both full-size, upright, signed 
(Bluett), 7s. 

162 Yeishi, " Tomikaw.i of Matsuba-yj on parade," full-size, upright; 

" Kiseigawa of Matsuba-ya on parade," medium size, upright, both 
signed (Bluett), lis. 

163 Yeiza'n, " Aisome of Yebi-ya," full-size, upright, signed Kikugawa Yeizan, 

framed (Tregaskis). 10s. 

164 " Toyokuni, " Onoye Veisaburo as Matsumai Telsunosuke discovering 

the conspirator Nikki Danjo in disguise as a rat"; "Segawa Rono- 

suke and Sawamura Gennosuke." both Hoso-ye, signed Toyokuni 
(Kato), 6s. 

165 Hiroshige, Kakemono-ye, " A Falcon standing on the branch of a pine- 

tree," signed, dated Ox 9 — oth month, 1853 (Bateson), 6s. 

166 Kuniyoshi, Kakemono-ye, " Full-length figure of a Geisha on a pleasure 

boat," signed Gokyoro Kuniyoshi (Passed). 

167 Koriusai. " Tea-house Scene," Yoko-ve. from an erotic album, signed 

(Channell), 25s. 

168 Utamaro, " Niwaka Festival," medium size, upright, signed (Cobbold), 18s. 

169 Shikimaro and Hidemaro. " Hanaogi of Ogi-ya," full-size, upright, signed 

Shikimaro; " A Girl nursing a doll," full-size, upright, signed Hide- 
maro (Kato), 5s. 

170 Yeishi, " Two Lady Musicians," full-size, upright, signed, framed 
(Wilson), ^3 15s. 

Shunsho, " Onoye Matsusuke in male character," Hoso-ye, signed 

(Wilson), 6s. 
Shunslio, " Ot.ini Oniji, as a half-nude strong man," Hoso-ye, signed, 

and with the " jar " seal, framed (Wilson), 6s. 
Shunsho. "Two Actor Prints: A Man in Court costume and a Woman 

standing before a dadoed wall," both Hoso-ye, signed Shunsho 

'Wilson). 8s. 



November z and 3, 1910. 31 

174 Shunsho, " An Actor of the Ichikawa School as Kudo Suketsune," and 

" Another Actor of the same school kneeling before a sake kettle, 
both Hoso-ye. signed Shunsho (.Wilson), 22s. 

175 Shuncho, " Outdoor Diversions," full-size, upright, one sheet ol ;i 

Triptych, signed Shuncho, sealed Churin, framed (Wilson), ^4 5s. 
171 Shuncho, "The New Year .Morning." full-size, upright, signed Shuncho, 
sealed Churin, framed (.Wilson), jQs 10s. 

177 Harunobu. " The Lucky Emblems," large size, almost square, text in 

the clouds, not signed, framed (Halli. ^.'8. 

178 Koriusai, " Konoharu of Yada-ya on promenade," full-size, upright 

signed, framed (Louis*. .£3 15s. od 

179 Yeisen, " Kicho o( Owari-ya reclining beside a koto"; "A Geisha 

carrying her samisen box," both full-size, upright, signed Keisai 
Yeisen ( ), 10s. 

180 Toii'inobu, " Tomikawa of K.ido Yebi-ya standing beside a screen ", 

" Tamatoko of Daikoku-ya on parade." both full-size, upright, 
signed Kwasentei Tominobu ( 1, 8s. 

181 Kunisato. " Xaka no Cho," Triptych, full-size, upright, signed Risen 

Kunisato, dated Dragon 10 — tolh month, 1856 (Passed). 

182 Kuniyoshi, " Unrobing a Bride." Triptych, full-size, upright, signed 

Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi (Wilson), 12s. 

183 Yeizan, "Two Women, one standing talking to another kneeling "; 

" A Woman in a tea-house, smoking," the former full-size, the latter 
medium-size, upright, hoih signed Kikugawa Yeizan (Cobbold), 22s. 

184 Yeizan, "Two Women Dancing"; " Peeling a Melon," both full-size, 

upright, signed (Cobbold), 9s. 

185 Hokusai. " Suwo, Kintai bashi," a hue impression with the rain left 

out, framed (Cobbold), 14s. 

186 Hokusai. " Senki Yagetsu," (ull-size, oblong, signed Zen Hokusai 

an 1 ime l-itzu, framed (Wilson), 6s. 

187 Hirosbige, " Meisho Yedo Hyakkei," three uprighl views. " Kameido "; 

" Kiro-o. Furukawa." and " Ryogoku bashi, Okawa bata," all full 
size, signed (Cobbold), )os. 

188 Hiroshige. " Fuii San-ju Rok'kei." three of this upright series, " Kai 

Misaka Cove. Fuji." " Tokaido, Yoshiwara. Fuji," and " Tokyo, 

Tsukuda oki," all full-size, signed (Cobbold), 5s. 
180 Yeisen, " Kutsu Kake: Rain Scene: A man leading two oxen along a 

country road," full-size, oblong, one ol the first edition of the 

Kisokaido series, signed, framed (Wilson), £2 12s. 
too Yeisen, " Oiwake, with near view of the volcanic Mount Asama," fuil- 

fize, oblong, one from a late edition of the Kisokaido, with rain block 

left out, anil the signature Keisai inserted, framed (Passed). 
191 Kiyomine, " Mitsuma of Ogi-ya in ceremonial costume"; and " Shina- 

vvara of Tsuru-ya," both full-size, upright, signed (Kato), 12s. 
T0.2 Utamaro, " Tsukioka of Hiogo-ya," Full-size, upright, signed, framed 

(Bluett 1, ios. 

193 Yeizan, " The Spring Time of Life," full-size, upright, signed, framed 

(Tregaslris), 15s. 

194 Yeizan, " Hitomoto of Daimonji ya," full-size, upright, signed Kikugawa 

Yeizan, framed (Channel!), 20s. 



32 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

195 Yeizan, " Matsumura of Malsuba-ya at a flower show " and " A Woman 

standing adjusting lier hair pins," the former full-size, the latter 
medium-size, upright, both signed (Spiers), 8s 

196 Fusatane, " First Snow of the Season," Triptych, full-size, upright, 

signed (.Passed). 

197 Shunsen, Two Landscapes, " A Group of Children " and " Ladies on 

the seashore fishing," full-size, oblong, both signed Kashosai Shunsen 

(Glass), 9s. 
19S Shunsho, " A Lady standing on the engawa," unsigned, framed (Chan- 

nell), 14s. 
190 Shunsho, " Two Ladies standing by a garden fence," unsigned, framed 

(Bluett), 12s. 
200 Shunsho, Theatrical Scene, " Two brothers comparing their strength," 

medium size, almost square, signed, framed (Wilson), 22s. 
2ni Toyokuni, " The Six Comic Poets and their Poems," a cut-down Naga ye 

signed Toyokuni (Wilson), ios. 

202 Yoshikazu and Yoshitoshi, " Sanada no Yoichi trying to cut off the head 

of Matano no Goro," signed Ichijusai Yoshikazu; "Fifth Scene b( 
the Chiushingura : Sadakuro murdering Yoichibei," signed Ikkwaisai 
Yoshitoshi ( ), 5s. ■ '•' 

203 Yoshitora and Senman, " So Yoshitomo, Lord of Tsushima, studying a 

map for his plan ol campaign," signed Yoshitora; and "A Woniari 
standing holding a bunch of iris," signed Senman, dated Rat year — 
1804 (Lapidge), 5s. 

204 Kuniyoshi, " Matano no Goro and the Spirit of an oshi-dori "; "A 

Woman seated, holding the cloth for Tea Ceremony implements "; 
and " A Woman at the door of a house in a garden of peonies," all 
full-size, upright, signed Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi ( ), 5s. 

205 Utamaro, " Fireworks at the Ryogoku Bridge," Triptych, full-size., 

upright, signed, framed (Bateson), 22s. 

206 Yeizan, " The Birthday Robes," signed Kikugawa Yeizan, framed 

(Tregaskis), 6s. 

207 Sadahide, " The Hachimoji Procession in the Tea-house Street of Yoko- 

hama," signed Gountei Sadahide, dated Monkey year — 1860; " I'shi no 
Koshakuba : Telling the story of his ox " (Michizane), full-size, oblong, 
signed Sadahide (Passed). 

208 Hiroshige, " Toto Kyuseki Tsukushi," " Asakusa, Kinryusan," " Sunii- 

dagawa Miyako-dori no Koji," " Mokuboji, Umewaka no Yurai," 
and " Asakusa go hara, Hitotsuya," all full-size, upright, signed 
(Wilson), £2 18s. 

209 Hiroshige, " Fuku-Toku : Kane no Nam Ki," and " Kiseigawa Kame- 

giku preparing sak<S and refreshments for the Soga brothers," both 

full-size, upright, signed (Tregaskis), ios. 
2 in Hiroshige, " Soga no Goro visiting his mistress Shosho by night," and 

" The Tori no Machi Festival al Asakusa," both full-size, upright, 

signed ( ), 4 s- 

211 Kunisada, "Evening Cooling," Triptych, signed Toyokuni (Spiers), 7s. 

312 Kunisada, " Gelling ready for the bath," Triptych, signed Gototei Kun ; 

sada (Spiers), 7s. , . 

313 Yeizan, " Half-length Portrait of a Woman with blackened lip'," full- 

size, upright, signed Kikugawa Yeizan, framed (Mere), 6s. 



November 2 and 3, 1910. 33 



214 Utamaro, " Koko Musumc," full-size, upright, signed, framed (Tregas- 

kis), £4. 

215 Shunyei, " Arashi Riuzo in male character," Hoso-ye, signed, framed 

(Simpson), gs. 

2i<> Shunyei, " Ichlkawa Shichijuro as a lady," Hoso-ye, signed, framed 
(Glass), gs. 

217 Shunyei, " Arashi Riuzo in male character," Hoso-ye, signed, framed 
(Simpson), 5s. 

21S Kiyotsune, " Otani Hiroji as Hotei Ichiyemon," Hoso-ye, signed (Simp- 
son), 8s. 

219 Kivonaga, Tonosawa, " Two girls fully dressed coming from the bath," 

medium size, nearly square, signed, framed (Tregaskis), £2 2s. 

220 Utamaro, " Rikomono," full-size, upright, signed, framed (Tregaskis), 14s 

221 Utamaro, " Komurasaki and Gompachi," full-size, upright; and " Chozan 

• f Choji-ya holding a white rat in her hand," medium size, upright, 
both signed (Kato), 18s. 

222 Shuncho, " Fuzoku Juniko," " The Eleventh Month," medium size, 

nearly square, signed, framed (Mere), £2 16s. 

223 Koriusai, " The Letter Reading," medium size, nearly square, signed 

framed (Tregaskis), 14s. 

224 Shunsho, " Nakamura Tomijuro, as a half-nude man," Hoso-ye, signed, 

with the " jar " seal ; framed (Mere), 7s. 

225 Shunko. " Nakamura Nakazo as a Samurai." Hoso-ye, signed, framed 

(Glass), .103. 
225A Shunko, " Nakamura Nakazo as a Samurai in Court costume." Hoso-ye, 
signed, framed (Rose), 6s. 

226 Toyokuni, "A Lady kneeling, holding a mirror"; and " Sawamura 

Tanosuke seated," both full-size, upright, signed (Rose), 5s. 

227 Harunobu, "Seiro Bijin Awase : A Girl with transparent garments seated 

with a fan; and another seated looking at an aquatic plant," unsigned 
(Simpson), 20s. 
22S Harunobu, Two more. " A Girl walking, full-length figure; and another 
seated, reading a letter," unsigned (Bateson), 26s. 

229 Shunjo, " Iwai Hanshiro as the mistress of Kudo Suketsune," Hoso-ye, 

signed (Kato), 5s. 

230 Hokusai, " Kanagawa oki nami ura," full-size, oblong, signed Hokusai 

aratame I-itzu, framed (Hutchinson), -£4. 

231 Hokusai, " Aoiga oka no taki," full-size, upright, not first edition, signed 

Zen Hokusai I-itzu, framed (Thomas), 10s. 
132 Hokusai, " Kirifuri no taki," full-size, upright, not first edition, signed 

Zen Hokusai I-itzu, framed (Rose), 5s. 
2;* Hokusai, " Yoshitsune uma arai no taki," full-size, upright, first edition, 

signed Zen Hokusai I-itzu, framed (Channell), £3 10s. 

234 Kunisada II., " H.iru no Asa Mokci no Shimboku," Triptych, full-size, 

upright, signed Kochoro's pupil Kunisada and Toyokuni's pupil Kuni- 
sada, that is: Baido Kunimasa (Thomas), 7s. 

235 Kunisada, " Women preparing food," Triptych, full-size, upright, signed 

Kunisada changing to the second Toyokuni (Passed). 

236 Utamaro, " Hanaogi of Ogi-ya sealed smoking," full-size, upright, sign»J 

framed (Glass), £1 16s. 



34 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

237 Utamaro, " Hanaogi of Ogi-ya," full-size, upright, with wash back- 
ground, signed, framed (Bluett), 24s. 

23S Hiroshige, " The Mogi Tama River," full-size, oblong, first edition, signed 
(Rose), 4s. 

339 Hiroshige. " The Ide Tama River," full-size, oblong, first edition, signed 
(Lapidge), 5s. 

240 Hiroshige, " Meisho Yedo Hyakkei," " Horiye Nekozane," " Yosuki 

dori," and " Nakafiawa guchi," all signed (Lapidge), 7s. 

241 Hiroshige, " Meisho Yedo Hyakkei," " Asakusa gawa, Shubi no Malsu, 

Omnia ya Gashi," " Hiro-o, Furukawa," and " Mokuboji, Gozen no 
niwa," all signed (Rose), 6s. 

242 Hiroshige, " Meisho Yedo Hyakkei," " Nihon bashi Yuki hare," " Hiro-o 

Furukawa," another copy, " Kai, Misaka Gove," all signed (Lap- 
idge). 7s. 

243 Kunimori, " A Geisha holding her samisen upright on the ground," 

signed Horai Harumasu; and "A Woman with open fan," signed 
Kunimori (Meuel), 3s. 

244 Kiyonagu. " Ise Monogatari," full-size, upright, signed, framed (Channel!), 

£2 15s. 

245 Utamaro, " Fujiyama Tea-house Kitchen," full-size, upright, signed, 

framed (Tregaskis), £3 5s. 

246 Naofusa, Sadanobu, and Teisni, " A Courtezan," signed Goshosai 

\aofusa; "An Oiran," signed Naniwatei Sadanobu; " Hanaogi of 
Ogi-ya on parade," signed Teisai (Meuel), 5s. 

247 Kunimaru, Kuninao, and Yoshitoshi, " Segawa Kikunojo in female 

character," Hoso-ye, signed Kunimaru; " A Woman in a Snow-storm," 
full-size, upright, signed Ipposai Kuninao; " A Buddhist Priest 
Monster," full-size, upright, signed Taiso Yoshitoshi (Kato), 6s. 

248 Yeizan, " Komurasaki and Gompachi," full-size, upright, signed Kiku- 

gawa Yeizan, framed (Gibson), 5s. 

249 Yeizan. " Yugiri and Izaemon," signed Kikugawa Yeizan; and "A 

Woman of the house Tsuru-ya on parade," signed Yeizan (Rose), 6s. 

250 Toyokuni (Gosotei), "A Lady viewing Cherry-blossom," full-size, upright; 

and " A Woman with a cake-box," medium size, upright, both signed 
(Rose), 5s. 

251 Kuniyasu, " Wakashito of Wakana-ya with her two kamuro on parade '; 

"A Tea-house Waitress," both signed Ipposai Kuniyasu; and "A 
Girl with battledore and shuttlecock," medium size, upright, signed 
Kuniyasu (Rose), 5s. 

252 Yeisen, " Half-length Portrait of a Woman holding a packet of toilet 

powder," full-size, upright, signed Keisai Yeisen, framed (Gibson), 3s. 

253 Yeisen, Kakemono-ye, " An Oiran on parade," signed Keisai Yeisen, 

framed (Lapidge), 7^. 

254 Yeisen, " Hanadori of Ogi-ya "; " Wakamurasaki of Tama-ya," both 

full-size, upright, sign.tf Keisai Yeisen (Rose), 4s. 

255 Yeisen, " A Kyoto Lady," and " The Geisha Kawataro," both full-size, 

upright, signed Keisai Yeisen (Glass), 4s. 

256 Kunisada, "Seiro no zn : View of a Brothel," Heptaptych, full-size, 

upright, signed Gototei Kunisada (Tregaskis), 8s. 



November 2 and 3, 1910. 35 



257 Kunisada, " Imayo Genji Rokujo Kayoi," Triptych, full-size, upright 

signed Toyokuni, and dated Dragon 12 Ansei— 12th month, 185b 
(Hutchinson), 35s. 

258 Kunisada, " Yavoi Hana Kurabe," Triptych, full-size, upright, signod 

Kochoro Toyokuni (Passed). 

254 Kunisada, " Kiku Getsu," Triptych, full-size, upright, signed Ichiyosai 
Toyokuni (Grawshaw), 3s. 

260 Kunisada, " Night Koto, Ryogoku," Two sheets of a triptych, full-size, 
upright, signed Toyokuni (Passed). 

.'bi Kunichika, "Theatrical Scene: Ichimura Kamezo as a man seated on 
the ground," two sheets, full-size, upright, signed Kunichika (Graw- 
shaw), 2S. 

262 Kunisada, " The Toilet," two sheets, full-size, upright, signed Kochoro 

Kunisada (Crawshaw), 2s. 

263 Kunisada, " A Merchant's Wife," signed Kunisada, changing to the 

second Toyokuni; "Moonlight on the Sumida River"; " Nihon 
Bridge "; and " Cockcrow," the last three signed Toyokuni 
(Ackroyd), 4s. 
2h.) Kunisada, "Prince Genji arranging flowers," signed Kunisada; "Snow 
Scene: A woman putting down her umbrella," signed Golotei 
Kunisada; "A Woman Painting," signed Toyokuni, dated 1S54; and 
" Awabi Shell Divers," one sheet of a Triptych, signed Toyokuni, 
dated 1858 (Grawshaw), 5s. 

265 Kunisada, " A Florist's Stall," dated 1853; " A Woman seated before 

viands," dated 1854; " A Woman carrying a bowl," all these signed 
Toyokuni; and "An Actor under an umbrella," signed Kunimasa 
changing to the second Kunisada (Ackroyd), 6s. 

266 Hiroshige, " Kai. Saru-hashi," full-size, upright; and "Iodine burning 

on the sea-beach," full-size, upright, both signed, both framed 

(Channell), 20s. 
207 Hiroshige, " Mina Kuchi, one of the Stations of the Tokaido "; " Shiba 

Akabanc in a snow-storm"; and "Cherry-blossoms on the Sumida 

gaua." ill full-size, oblong, signed (Rose), 5s. 
268 Hiroshige, Kwa Cho Panel: " A Bird on a branch of wild rose," and 

"Snow Scene: Two women under an umbrella," full-size, upright, 

both signed (Glass), 4s. 
2(«) Hiroshige II., " Gotenyama with cherries in bloom and a picnic in the 

twilight," full-size, ol.long, signed Shigenobu ; " Sado no Kanayama," 

full-size, upright, signed, dated nlh month, 1859; and two other 

upright Views from " Toto Sanju Rok'kei," both signed, dnt^d 1863 

(Ackroyd), 5s. 

270 Sugakudo, "Two Kwa Clio Prints," full-size, upright, one signed 

Sugaku, the other Sugakudo, one framed (Bateson), 11s. 

271 Kunichika, Sencho, and Shunsen, " A Tea-house Waitress," signed 

Ichiyosai Kunichika, dated Snake 7, Ansei — 1857; " Onoyama ol Kado 
Yebi-va dressing her hair," signed Seitotai Sencho; and "A Woman, 
and a Child," signed Shunsen (Thomas), 5s. 

272 I'nryo. Kakemono: "A pair of cranes on a cliff," signed, framed 

(Hunt), 24s. 



3 b ART PRICES CURRENT. 

BOOKS. 

273 Moronobu. " Igvo Sennin Tsukushi: A Series of Unnatural Sennin," two 

vol. of a set, with 4] pp. of illustrations, black anil white, c iboo 
(Bateson), 32s. 

274 .Sukenobu, " Vclion Chiyomigusa: Evergreen Pictures," illustrations of 

women in everyday occupations and social customs, vol. II. and 111. of 
a set, 25 double-page illustrations in black and white, some coloured 
bj hand, 1755 (Rose), 3s. 

375 Sukenobu, " Yehon Yotsugi Gusa : "Pictures of Grasses for nights with 
a sick person," illustrations of the life and occupations of women, 
a picture-book, 3 vol. complete, first edition, without date, 40 double- 
page illustrations in black and white, some slightly coloured by hand 
(Tregaskis), 26s. 

27') Gakutei, " Ryakugwa Shokunin Tsukushi: A series ol slight Drawings 
of Artizans," J vol. complete, 1826, in colours, signed Gakutei Teiko 
(Kato), 7s. 

277 Masayoshi, " Choju Ryakugashike: Methods of Cursive design in Birds 
and Animals," 1 vol. complete, first edition, 1707. tinted sketches 
(Kato). ys. 

27s Matora, " Jinji Andon : A Lantern lor the Doers of the Divine Business,"' 
Sketches for the decoration of lanterns at Shinto festivals, 1 vol. first 
edition, 1829, in colours; and another volume of the same book, in 
black and white only, signed Oishi Matora (Thomas), Ss. 

279 Hokusai, " Fugaku Hyaku-kei : The Hundred Views of Fuji," .5 vol. 
of the 1875 edition, black and white; and Translations from the 
Japanese and Description of the Plates, by F. V. Dickens. 1&80 
(Morice), 36s. 

28c Hokusai, "Mangwa," vol. 1.. III.. VIII., X.. and XI.. all of editions 
without dale (Tregaskis); bs. 

281 Shigenobu and Hiroshige, "Mangwa," vol. III., by Yanagawa, 

Saigenobu, and Sohitsu Gwafu; " Rough Brush Sketches," two vols, 
of the 1848 edition as originally published, but without date, each 
complete in itself, signed Hiroshige (Kato), 5s. 

Other properties. 

282 Chinese Drawings, Two volumes, " Insects and Shipping." twelve sheets 

in each volume, on rice paper, in colours (Passed). 
28 ; Soscn, Kakemono: " A large Monkey and a young one," signed 
(Harding). ^3. 

284 Seitei (Watanabe), Kakemono: " A Winter Scene." signed Shotei 

(Tregaskis), ^5. 

285 Hiroshige, " Nagata Baba, San-o: The great torii of the San-o Temple 

at Nagata Baba," and " Tsuchi Yama," both full-size, oblong, signed, 
framed (Thomas), 11s. 

286 Hiroshige, " Ayasegawa, Kanegafuchi "; and " Fireworks at Ryogoku, ' 

both full-size, upright, signed Hiroshige, framed (Sherwood), 5s. 

287 Hiroshige, "Three of the Fish Series: Satsukidai and Suzuki, pink and 

blue fishes: Tai, a species of Perch; Kisu. and (?) pink and spotted 
fishes," all oblong, signed, framed (Sherwood). 5s. 



November 7 and 8, igio. 37 



November 7 and 8, 1910. Sotheby's, 

Engravings, drawings, and oil paintings. 

i " Samuel Johnson," by C. Townley, after J. Opie (Parsons), £2 2s. 

2 " Sir Thomas Chaloner," by R. Earlom, after Vandyck (Maggs), £2. 

3 " The Boar Hunt," by K. Earlom, after R. Wilson, proof before letters; 

and 7 others (Payne), £1 4s. 

4 " Fox Hunting," by J. Clark, after H. Aiken, aquatints, in colours, set 

of five (Crossman), £$ 10s. 

5 " Thomas Grenville," by C. Turner, after Hoppner; '* Prince William 

Frederick," by E. Bell, after J. W. Chandler, etc. (Chaundy), iSs. 

6 " Bonne. Femnie de Normandie," and " Seeur de la Bonne Femme de 

Normandie," a pair; and three others, all by J. G. Wille (Brail), 13s. 

7 " Age and Infamy," by J. R. Smith, after J. Opie; " Moses in the 

Bulrushes," by J. Dean, after Sir J. Reynolds; others by V. Green, 
I.. Schiavonetti, etc: (Brail), £\ 4s. 

8 " Angel Hill in St. Edmund's Bury," by P. S. Lamhorn, after [. 

Kendall; "Views in Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire," etc., some in 
colours; Caricatures, etc. I.W. Daniell), £2 10s. 

9 Engravings, after Old Masters; Foreign Views, Landscapes, Scriptural 

Suhjects, "etc. (a parcel) (Reader), us. 
10 " Niobc." by W. Woollett, after R. Wilson; " Phaeton," by and after 

the same (Brail), 16s. 
31 "Mania's Birthday," by II. Patterson, in black and while; and four 
others, in pencil (Withdrawn). 

Jean Antoine de Mesmes," first state (Darlington), £2 8s. 
Leonor Goyon de Matignon," first state (Darlington), £2. 
' Louis Francois ds Suze " (Darlington), £1 is. 
' Michel I.e Teller " (R.D. 120), first state (F. Daniell), 

' Pierre Poncet " (Darlington), £1 18s. 
W. WOOLLETT. 

17 " The Four Seasons," after G Smith and T. Jones, two proofs before 

letters (F. Daniell), £s 5s. 

18 " The Shooting Pieces," after G. Stubbs, set of four (Jacobson), .£15. 

iq " Apollo and the Seasons." by W. Woollett and B. Pounrey, proof before 
lettf-r- (Rimell). £2 4s. 

20 " Cicero at his Villa," after R Wilson, proof (Rimell), £1 6s. 

21 "Macbeth." after F. Zuccurelli; "Solitude." after R. Wilson; and 

" Phaeton," after the same (F. Daniell), £2 3s. 

22 " The Spanish Pointer," after G. Stubbs (Boys), £\ 2s. 

23 "The Fishery." after R. Wright (Dixon), 8s. 

24 "Cottagers and Jocund Peasants," after Du S.art, a pair (Boys). £1. 

25 " Views at Pains Hill, near Cobham," and " \"iews in Switzerland." 

after W. Pas (Chaundv), .£1 1;^ 



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3S ART PRICES CURRENT. 

26 "Evening: an Italian Seaport," by J. Mason, after Claude Lorraine, 

proof before letters (Dixon*, 8s. 

27 Morland, G., " Boys Bathing," and " Boys Skating," by E. Scott, ,1 

pair, printed in colours (Parker), ^20 5s. 

28 " The Disinherited Heir," by R. Pollard and F. Juices, after Collins, in 

colours; and two others (Brail), 18s. 

29 " Views of Ludgate Hill and The Monument," by T. Morris, after W. 

Marlow, both proofs (Ellis and Smith), £3 18s. 

30 " William Pitt," by E. Barlolozzi. after Gainsborough Dupont; and 

another (Slocock), £1 4~. 

31 " Decoration dc la Salle tie Spectacle a Versailles," by and after C. N 

Cochin (Hatfield), 15s 

32 " Views of Bordeaux, Rochelle and Toulon," by C. \. Cochin and J. P. 

Le Bas, after J. Vernet (A. Davis), £1. 

33 " Robert, Earl Yarmouth," by P. Vanderbank, life size (Rimell), 12s. 

34 " Earl of Aberdeen," by S. Cousins, after Sir T. Lawrence; " Earl of 

Egremont," by T. Lupton, after G. Clint; and two others, both proofs 
before letters (Rimell), 13s. 

35 " A Poultry Market," by R. Earlom, after M. de \'o>, proof before 

letters (Rimell). £2 10s. 

36 " The Procession of the Flitch of Bacon." by J. H. Watt, after T. 

Stothard, open letter proof; and " St. Cecilia," by W. Sharp (Hat- 
field), us. 

37 " The Mountain Top," by J. Outrim, after Sir E. Landseer; and " The 

Queen's Pets," by F. Bacon, after the same, both proofs before 'etters 
(Britton), is. 

38 " Landing of the Troops in Egypt," by L. Schiavohetti, after P. .le 

Loutherbourg, open letter proof; " The Fall of Tippoo Sultaun," by 
\. Schiavonetti, after H. Singleton; and " The Body of Tippoo Sultaun 
recognised by his Family," by L. Schiavonetti, after R. K. Porter, etc. 
(Hatfield), 15s. 

39 A Collection of Early Newspapers and Pamphlets (Hatfield). 5s. 

40 " Tom Jones," by P. Simon, after J. Downman, a pair, in brown; 

" Wisdom," by F. Bartolozzi, proof before letters, in red; etc. (Brail), 

£3 Ss- 

41 " English Views," by different engravers, many in proof state (J antes I, 

£1 14s. 

42 Early Costume Plates, after M. Lauron ; Book Illustrations, by different 

engravers, mostly in proof state; Etchings, by W. Hollar; and 
Woodcuts (Hatfield), £2 15s. 

43 Scrap-book containing 81 English and Foreign Portraits by J. Conde\ 

St. Aubin, Ficquet, B. le Clair, P. Schenck, F. Barlolozzi, J. Chapman, 
and others (Spencer), £6 10s. 

44 Foreign Portraits by early engravers and others (A. Jackson), £1. 

45 " Charles Edward Stuart (the Young Pretender)." by J. DauI16; and 11 

other Portraits of the same, by different, engravers, mostly rare 
(F. Daniel!), £jo. 

46 Collection of 57 Portraits of " Charles Edward Stuart (the Young 

Pretender)," by different engravers (Pearson), £3 i8s. 

47 Foreign Portraits by R. Nanteuil, J. G. Wille, C. N. Cochin, P. de Jode, 

R. Hiihner, V Pruneau, and others (I.indow), £ ; 6s 



November y and 8, iqio. ^ 



48 Mezzotint Portraits (24), by J. Smith, J. Spilsbury, R. Houston, J. Faber, 

J. McArdell, and others (Hatfield), ^3 5s. 

49 "Sir Thomas Wentworth," by W. Hollar, after Vandyck; and others 

by J. Houbrr:Uen, G. Vertue, etc. (McCaskie), 17s. 

50 Small Portraits (ioii, by different, engravers, suitable for extra illustrating, 

all in proof state (F. DanielU, ^4 16s. 

51 A large Collection of small Portraits of Royalty, Statesmen, Naval and 

Military Commanders, Authors, Clergy and others by different 
engravers (W. Daniell), ^Ji8. 

52 Cosway, R., " Lady as a gipsy woman with a child," " Lady at a 

spring," " Lady in the character of a beggar woman (Miss O'Neill), 
all by J. S. Agar, used as illustrations to pieces of music composed 
by the Marquis of BUmdford (Ellis and Smith), ,£21 10s. 

53 Old Dance Music, by Jullien and others, one with frontispiece by 

G. Baxter (Hickman), 7s. 

DRAWINGS. 

54 " View of the Arch of Constantine," by G. Ouarenghi (Crossman), 23s. 

55 " An Italian Sea-port," by A. W. Callcott, sepia (Crossman), 21s. 

56 " A Road through a Wood," by Claude Lorraine; and another, both in 

sepia (Crossman), iSs. 

57 " Diana," by Titian; and three others, all in sepia (Crossman), 15s. 

58 "The Waggon," by R. Bonheur, pencil; and "A Hussar in Battle,"' 

by Gericault, sepia; and two others (withdrawn). 

The property of a lady. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

In Portfolio. 

59 Portraits of Racehorses (10), after G. Slubbs (Forbes), £2. 

60 " The Duchess of Cleveland," by J. Beckett, after Sir G. Kneller; and 

'• The Village School," by V. Green, after J. Steen, proof before letters, 
etc. (Playford), £2 18s. 

61 " The Dutch Burgomaster," proof before letters (Passed). 

62 " Charity," by G. Gandolfi. sepia (Hughesi, £6. 

63 " The Adoration of the Shepherds," by G. Gandolfi, sepia (Hughesi, 

£6 SS- 

LINE ENGRAVINGS. 

(Mostly in proof state.) 

64 Anderloni. P., "The Woman taken in Adultery," after Titian; and 

another, after the same, both proofs before letters (Bruce), 10s. 

65 Balechou, J., " St. Genevieve," after C. Vanloo, proof before any letters 

and before the arms, fine (.Bruce), £1 3s. 

66 Bardi, L.. " The Annunciation," after Guercino, proof before letters with 

the white jewel, etc. 'Bruce), £1 is. 

67 Bosse, A., Three of " The Months," and another (Foote), ^3 5s. 

68 Chevron, " The Kiss of Judas," after A. Scheffer. proof before letters on 

India paper; others hy A. Costa, etc., proofs (Hushes). £1 is. 



40 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

69 Forster, F., " I.n Vierge a la Legende," after Raffaelle. proof before 

letters, on India paper; and " St. Genevieve," by F. T. Felsing, 
after Steinbruck, proof before the border (Forbes), £1 is. 

70 Garavaglia, G., " The Assumption of the Virgin," after Guido, proof 

before tetters; and two others (Forbes), £1 is. 

71 Lignon, F., " St. Cecilia with a violin," after Domenichino; and " La 

Vierge a la Vigne," by S. Jesi, after Delaroche, etc. (Forbes), us. 

72 Mandel, E., " Head of the Saviour," after Guido, and " Head of the 

Magdalen," after Carlo Dolci, a pair; and " The Entombment," by 
Masquerier; all proofs (Bruce), 24s. 

73 Martinet, A., " La Vierge A la Voile," after Raffaelle, proof before 

letters, on India paper (Bruce), 18s. 

74 Martinet, A., " La Viarge a la Voile," after Raffaelle; and " La 

Vierge au Palmier," after the same, both proofs before letters, on 
India paper (T. Marks), 21s. 

75 Morghcn, A., " The Magdflen in the Dessert," after Murillo; and " The 

Mass at Bolsena," after Tolanelli, both proofs before letters (T. Marks), 
21s. 

76 Perfetti, Antonio, " La Madonna della Seggiola," after Raffaelle; and 

"La Sybilla Persica," after Guercino, proofs before letters, on India 
paper (T. Marks) 21s. 

77 Richomme, J. T., " Adam and Eve," after Raffaelle, open letter proof, 

etc. (Playford), 10s. 

78 Rubens, P. P., " The Conversion of St. Paul," by W. de Broen (Passed). 

79 Schmidt, E. G., " M. Law Controlleur," after H. Rigaud, proof before 

letters (Hughes), us. 

80 Toschi, P., "Madonna della Tenda," after Correggio; and "The Body 

of Christ attended by two Angels," both proofs before letters, on India 
paper (Hughes), us. 

81 Toschi, P., " The Descent from the Cross," after Daniello da Volterrs, 

engraver's proof, before the margins were cleaned, signed by the 
engraver; and the same, in finished proof state (Hughes), us. 

82 Toschi, P., " Lo Spasimo di Sicilia," after Raffaelle, engraver's proof, 

with the white nail and graver marks in the margin and before the 
" S.P.Q.R." signed by the engraved; the same, in finished proof state 
(Forbes), 21s. 

83 Toschi, P., " The Four Evangelists " from the Frescoes at Palma, by 

Correggio, a set of four, proofs before all letters (Forbes), lis. 

84 Toschi, P., a similar lot, with the names of the artists (Forbes), us. 

85 Toschi, P., " St. Thomas," from the Fresco, by Correggio, proof before 

nil letters; and the same, with the names of the artists, etc. 
(Forbes), us. 

86 Wiorix, " Portrait of the Earl ot Leicester" (Obach), ^5. 

87 Suyderhoef, J., " The Four Burgomasters of Amsterdam," after Keyser, 

(from the Archinto collection) (Foote), £3 3s. 

88 Rembrandt van Rhyn, " A Jew with a high cap " (135), fine, wl'h 

margin (from the Thiers collection) (Marks), £5 16s. 

89 Beatrizet, N\, " Battle between the Romans and Dacians " (94) (F. 

Daniell), £2. 



November 7 and 8, 1910. 41 

go Bonasone, J., " The Madonna lamenting over the Body of Christ," after 
Raffaelle (60), (from Sir J. Reynolds and Esdaile collections' ; and 
" Clelia crossing the Tiber " (83), very fine (Hughes), £1 16s. 

91 Gliisi, Diana, " Festivities of the Marriage of Cupid and Psyche," 

after G. Romano, on three plates (40), scarce (Hughes), £i 8>. 

92 " The Massacre of the Innocents," after Baccio Bandinelli, by Marco 

da Ravenna (21) (from the Goddard collection) (Hughes), £2 8s. 

93 "A Satyr with a Child," by Marc Antonio, after Raffaelle (2S1) (from 

the Buckner and Goddard collections); and "Jupiter and Leda," by 
M. da Ravenna (283) (from the Goddard collection) (Hughes), ^,'2 5s. 

94 " The Stregozzo," sometimes ascribed to Marc Antonio, at others to 

A. Veneziano (426I, early impression (Phillips), £^. 

95 Hollar, YV., Theatrum Mulierum, " sive varietas nlque Habituum 

Faemenei Sexus, etc.," small whole-length costumes of ladies. 58 of 
these are proofs before any inscription above; " Portraits of Ladies," 
in circles, a complete set of 36 and an extra one, one plate being in 
two states, mounted in a morocco volume (Obach), ;£'5 10s. 

Framed. 

96 " Notre Dame," by Delaunay, etching, proo[ before letters (Playford), 15s. 

97 " Clocher de N. de Fontenoy, Le Comte Vendee," etching, by De Roche- 

brune (Playford), 16s. 



98 " Portrait of Rembrandt," by C. Townley, after himself (Chaundy), £1. 

99 " Miss Powell," by R. Houston, after Sir J. Reynolds; and another, a 

proof before letters (Jacobson), £§. 



Other properties. 

Framed. 

100 " Gleaners and Hop-pickers," by W. Ward, after R. Westall, a pair, 

finely printed in colours (\V. Sabin), ^46. 

101 " The Sensitive Plant," by VV. Nutter, and " The Rosebud," by the 

same, after R. Westall, a pair, finely printed in colours (A. Davis), 

j£34 Jos- 

102 " Hebe and Bacchante," by F. Bartolozzi, after J. B. Cipriani, a pair, 

printed in colours (Boots), £6 10s. 

103 " Prudence and Beauty," by T. Ryder, after A. Kauffman, circle, printed 

in colours (,['. Daniell), .£15. 

104 " Shakespeare's Tomb." by F. Bartolozzi, after A. Kauffman, oval, printed 

in colours (Boots), ^3. 

105 " Venus and Cupids," by V. Picot, after Zuccarelli, circle, in colours 

(Boots), £3. 

106 " St. Giles' Beauty," by F. Bartolozzi, after J. H. Benwell, oval, printed 

in colours (Buckley), £$ 10s. 

107 " Hebe," by C. Turner, after Huet Villiors, printed in colours (Buckley), 

£* 5s- 

108 " The Exalted Soul," by F. Bartolozzi, after the Duchess of Montrose; 

and two others, all printed in colours (Buckley), £3. 
108* " Cupids " by Bartolozzi (Forbes), £2. 



42 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

109 " Charlotte," by W. Dickinson, after H. Bunbury; and another, both 

circles (Boots), £2 15s. 
no " Charlotte at the Tomb of Werter," by J. R. Smith; and two others, all 

circles (Brail), £2 18s. 
in " Infancy," by C. White, after R. Cosway; and two others (Saunders) £2. 

112 " Cupids," by F. Bartolozzi ; others, after D. Teniers, etc. (Boots), £1 4s. 

113 Reynolds, Sir J., " Mrs. Siddons as ' The Tragic Muse '," by F. Haward, 

etched letter proof (Bruce), ^20 10s. 

114 " William Pitt," by F. Bartolozzi, after Gainsborough Dupont (Barry), 

£1 os. 

115 " The Fishery," by W. Woollett, after R. Wright; and " Celadon and 

Amelia," by the same, after R. Wilson (Boots), £2. 

116 Glass Pictures, " Duchess of Marlborough and Child," and " Viscount _-',s 

Spencer and her daughter," both after Sir J. Reynolds, ovals (James), 

£7 '5S- 

117 " Boy playing a pipe," oval, printed in colours (Brail), £1 is. 

118 " Tom and his Pigeons," and " The Favourite Rabbit," by C. Knight, 

after J. Russell, a pair, printed in colours (Jacobson), £6 5s. 

119 " Poetry," by Felsing, after Kohler; " Sibylla and Cumaea," by Perfetti, 

after Domenichino; " Sibylla Samia," by the same, after Guercino; 
and another, all proofs before any letters (W. H. White), 15s. 

120 " W. Woollett," by J. K. Sherwin; "J. Vernet," by L. J. Cathelin; 

" L. Tocque," by the same, etc. (McCaskie), us. 
I2i " La Vicrge au Poisson," by A. B. Desnoyers; " St. Catherine," by the 
same; and " The Virgin," by F. Anderloni, proof before letters, etc. 
(Brail), 3s. 

122 Reynolds, Sir J., " Lady Elizabeth Compton," by V. Green, fine 

impression of the first stale, laid down on canvas, and part of title 
space cut off (Sabint, ^260. 

123 " Sir Jeffrey Amherst," by J. Watson, after Sir J. Reynolds (Horton). 

£1 is. 

124 " Lord Richard Cavendish," by J. R. Smith, after Sir J. Reynolds 

(Horton), £1 10s. 

125 Smith, J. R., " Lady Elizabeth Compton," after W. Peters (W. Sabin/. 

;635- 

126 " George Henry Fitzroy, 4th Duke of Grafton," by S. W. Reynolds, after 

W. Owen, proof before letters (F. Daniell), £1. 

127 " Le Menuet de la Mariee," by and after P. L. Debucourt, printed in 

colours (James), £Ro. 

128 "The Burgomaster Six," by Worlidge, after Rembrandt (Dack), 11s. 

129 " George. Marquis of Townshend," by C. Turner, after Sir J. Reynolds, 

open letter proof (A. Davis), £10. 

130 Two old needlework pictures, " The Shepherdess " and " A dying Saint," 

ovals; and five small engravings, " Events in the Life of Joseph," 
coloured (Solomon), £3 5s. 

131 " The Mill at Baldock in Herts," by F. Jukes and R. Pollard, aquatint, 

in colours (Parker), /~2. 

132 " Morning of Life," by P. W. Tomkins, after S. Medley, printed in 

colours (F. Daniel]), £11 15s. 

133 The same, in black, unframed; and " Hebe," by F Bartolozzi, after 

J. B. Cipriani (Brall\ £\ 16s. 



November 7 and S, igio. *■> 

ij4 " View of Harrow on the Hill," drawing, by Girtin (falser), .£.10. 

155 "Sir Robert Thomas Wilson," by W. Ward, after Pickersgill ; and 

" Viscount Curzon." by W. Say, after Devis, both proofs before all 

letters (Agnew), £6 15s. 

136 " Dr. Ash," by F. Barlolozzi, after Sir J. Reynolds, printed in colours; 

" Henry Thornton," by J. Ward, after J. Hoppner; and two others 
(Agnew), £3 5s. 

137 " John Locke," by J. Smith, after Sir G. Kneller; and " Robert, Earl of 

Oxford," by and after the same (Breun), £1 8s. 
13S " Bishop Atterbury in Pri«on." published by E. Bowen (Chaundv), 13s. 

139 "Margaret Lemon," by IV. Hollar, after Vandyck; " Le Philosophe 

Marie," by C. Dupuis, after N. Lancret; and another (Maggs), £1 18s. 

140 Portraits of " Mrs. Armstrong," " Miss Chambers," " Miss Montague," 

and " Mrs. Fitz- William, " all by and after J. R. Smith (Rimell), £$ 

141 Bigg, IV. R., " Girl Nutting," by P. IV. Tomkias, proof before letters, in 

red, with full margin (Saunders), ^7u 10s. 

142 Etchings of Horses, by S. Gilpin, etc., seven in one frame (Hatfield), 10s. 
.143 " Simplicity and Mildness." by G. Vendramini, after F. Bartolozzi, a pair, 

printed in colours; " Tasting," by and after N". Schiavonetti, printed 
in colours, untrained ; and two others (Passed). 

144 " The Silks and Satins of the Turf," by J. Summers, after B. Herring, 

a pair; " The Great Match between Flying Dutchman and Voltigeur," 
by C. Hunt, after H. Hall, all aquatints, in colours (Lindow), £1 13s. 

145 "The Racehorse Teddington," by C. Hunt, after H. Hall; and "King- 

craft," by and after Hunt, both aquatints, in colours (Maggs), £.1 14s. 
i.j'i " Diana or Christ?" after E. Long, artist's proof; and two others, one an 
artist's proof (Fores), ^4 10s 

147 "The Minuet"," by S. Cousins, after J. E. Millais; "View on the 

Thames," an etching signed; and others (James), qs. 

148 " The Countess of Carlisle," by H. J. Greenhead, after G. Romney, 

signed proof; and three others (Reader), 16s. 



Second Day's Sale. 

ARUNDEL SOCIETY'S PUBLICATION'S 

In the Portfolio. 
Virgin and Child, with Saints," after Giovanni Sanzio; and " Martyr- 
dom of St. Sebastian," after Perugino (Spencer), tos. 
Virgin and Child." after Leonardo da Vinci; " Death of St. Francis," 

after Ghirlandajo; and two heads from the same fresco (Spencer), 10s. 
St. Peter and St. Paul before Xero," after Filipino Lippi ; " The Tribute 

Money," after Masaccio; and others from the frescoes in the Bran 

cacci Chapel, six on five sheets (Spencer), 10s. 
St. Peter and St. Paul raising the King's Son," " St. Peter Preaching," 

after Masolino; and others from the frescoes in the Brancacoi Chapel, 

seven on four sheets (Spencer), 10s. 
The Adoration of the Magi ": and " The Presentation in the Temple," 

both after B. Luini (Spencer), 14s. 



44 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

154 " Preaching oi John the Baptist," after Ghirlandajo; and " Conversion of 

Hermogenes," after A. Mantegna (Spencer), 12s. 

155 " Jesus and His Disciples at Emmaus, " after Fra Bartolomeo ; " Chrisi 

and Mary Magdalene in the Garden," after Fra Angelico; and " The 
Transfiguration," after the same (Spencer), 12s. 

156 " The Triune God," and " The Annunciation," panels from the Altar- 

piece, by the brothers Van Eyck, at Ghent, seven on two sheets 
(Spencer), 28s. 
'57 " St. Francis preaching before Pope Honorius III.," after Giotto; and 
" Virgin and Child with Saints," after Girolamo Dai Libri (Spencer), 
34s. 

158 " Sixtus IV. giving Audience," after Melozzo da Forli ; and "St. Lucy 

Sentenced to Death," after Jacopo D'Avanzo (Spencer), 13s. 

159 " The Deposition from the Cross," after Pietro Lorenzetti; and " Events 

in the Life of Moses," after Luca Signorelli (Brail), 14s. 

160 "Virgin and Child, with Saints," after B. Gozzoli ; and "Virgin and 

Child between two Saints," after G. Giorgione (Spencer), £1 10s. 
ibi "The Resurrection of Christ," after P. della Francesca; " Virgin in 

Glory with two Saints," after Pinturicchio ; and " The Prophet 

Ezekiel," after Michelangelo (Spencer), £1. 
162 " .'Eneas Piccolomini receiving the Cardinal's Hat," after Pinturicchio; 

and " St. Stephen's Ordination," after Fra Angelico (Spencer), 13s. 
J63 " The Vision of St. Domenic," after Fra Bartolomeo; and " Madonna and 

Child with attendant Saints." after N. da Foligno (Spencer), 18s. 

164 " The Hunt," after Romanino (Spencer), 6s. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

In the Portfolio. 

165 " The Falls of Niagara," aquatint, by Merigot, after J. Vanderlyn, 1804, 

on strainer (Brail), 18s. 

166 " The Elephant and Castle," by T. Fielding, after J. Pollard, coloured 

and varnished, cut close, framed (James), £3. 

167 Two Scrap-books, containing Portraits by Houbraken and Venue; 

"Views of Oxford and Cambridge Colleges," by Mallon; "Views in 
the Lake District," and others; " Le Sapcur des Gardes Suisses," by 
J. G. VVtlle, proof before letters; others by the same, etc. (Suckling), 
£4 4S- 

168 " Ladies and Gentlemen of the Court of Henry VIII.," after H. Holbein 

(72), in a portfolio (Chaundy), ^5. 

169 Scrap-book containing an interesting collection of Portraits, Views, 

Newspaper-cuttings, etc., relating lo John Wesley; a Collection of 
Forty-four London Views, mounted and bound together, all in colours. 
Eleven Drawings by Old Masters, mounted and bound together; Scrap- 
book containing Book Illustrations, etc. (Ball), £3 16s. 

170 A Collection of Political and other Caricatures, by T. Rowlandson, 

Gillray, II. Ile.ah, Woodward. 1. R. and G. Cruikshank, G. Grinagain, 
etc., all in colours (Ball), £6 5s. 
17J Scrap-bcok containing a collection of old Broadsides, Maps, Plans, Police 
Notices, Advertisements, Seals, Auction Notices, etc., relating to 
Beverley, Yorkshire (S. Wells), £i. 



November 7 and S 3 i<)io. 4^ 

172 Scrap-book containing collection of 13S Portraits of Remarkable Charac- 

ters; Mezzotint Portraits, by J. Faber, J. Spilsbury, J. McArdcll, J. 

Smith, P. Pelham, T. Ryley, and others; etc., some rare, a few 
prinuu in colours (Ball), j£ig 10s. 

173 Scrap-book containing 44 Portraits, Views. Drawings, Photographs, 

Lithographs, etc., some in colours (Ball), £1 15s. 

174 " Lincoln Cathedral," by H. Burgess, after W. Burgess; " Ely Cathedral," 

by and after the same, etc. (Brail), 10s. 

175 Baxter, C, " The Coronation of Oueen Victoria," the large rare platt 

(Shaw), .^,"9. 

176 " John Ouincy Adams, President of the United States," by A. B. DuranJ, 

after T. Sully (Carton), 5s. 

177 " Benjamin West," by C. Rolls, after Sir T. Lawrence; " Lord Lans- 

down," by J. Bromley, after the same, proof before letters; and four 
others, after the same (Fickard), ,£7i 6s. 

178 " Bishop Sumner," by S. Cousins, after Sir M. A. Shee; " Edward 

Copleston," by and after the same; and five others, after Sir T. 
Lawrence, etc. (Chaundy), £1 11s. 

179 " Rear-Admiral Sir James Clark Ross," by A. Scott, after S. Pearce; 

" Lord George Bentinck," by S. \V. Reynolds, after S. Lane; and 
four others, mostly proofs (Carton), 14s. 

180 " Dr. BirbecU," by Henry Dawe, after S. Lane; " Sir YV. Mackinnon,"' 

by T. O. Barlow, after G. Reid ; and four others, all proofs before 
letters (Garton), 14s. 

181 " George Stephenson," by J. R. Jackson, after J. Lucas; " Anthony 

White," by W. Walker, after T. F. Dicksee; others by G. Zobel, 
T. Lupton, G. S. Sanders, etc., some proofs (Garton), £1 2s. 

182 " Edward Copleston," by S. W. Reynolds, after T. Phillips; " Rev. 

Michael Marlow," by and after the same; others by the same, S. 
Cousins, etc. (Chaundy), £1 bs. 

183 "John Eveleigh," by W. Say, after J. Hoppner; others by W. Walker, 

J. Scott, F. Moll, H. Robinson, etc. (Garton), £1 10s. 

184 Rembrandt, " The Baptism of the Eunuch," *' The Raising of Lazarus," 

and " The Ratcatcher " (Col. Ranshaw), 17s. 

185 By Hollar and others; and two after Rembrandt (Reader), 13s. 

186 " The Chevalier D'Eon," a small oval, proof before all letters; and 

" Petite Ecoliere," by J. G. Wille (Barron). 14s. 

187 "Sir J. Barnard, " by J. McArdell, after A. Ramsay; others by S. Y\ . 

Reynolds, etc. (Reader), 10s. 

188 " William Robertson," by J. Dixon, after Sir J. Reynolds (Smith), 14s. 
i8<) " The British Army," containing the Costumes of the various Regiments, 

printed in colours. Ackermann, 1863, framed (Lampson), 74s. 

190 " Napoleon Buonaparte," by Julien, after Bazin, framed (Streeton). 5s. 

191 " Napoleon Buonaparte." full-length, in colours, framed, (Streeton), 5s. 

192 " Napoleon Buonaparte." coloured (James), 7s. 

103 " Napoleon Buonaparte, on horseback," on vellum, after Meissonier, 
remarque proof (Slocock), 8s. 

194 " Blucher (General Feldmarschal'., G. L. von)." after Frank, jun., by 

Krethlor, printed in colours, framed (Lampson), 8s. 

195 " Napoleon Buonaparte: 9 Caricatures," some in two states, brown and 

red, and two in colours (Brail), tSe. 



46 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

196 Caricatures by Rowlandson, etc., in colours (Col. Ranshaw), 9s. 

197 Portrait of " Louis XVI.," priated in colours, rare (Streeton), 5s. 

198 Portraits of " Mirabeau," " Necker," " Chapelier," " Bailly," etc., in 

colours (Spencer), 8s. 

199 Portrait of " J. A. McNeil Whistler," 1874 (Streeton), 5s. 

200 Haden. Seymour, "Purfleet," unlettered proof etching, signed (Garton), 16s. 

201 " Blaekfriars Bridge," by P. Thomas, 1861, unlettered proof etching, 

signed (Hunt), 4s. 

202 Le Blond, " The Pedlar," and " Snowballing," both printed in colours 

(Lampson), £2 4s. 
303 "Voltaire Presidant au Repas de Philosophes: D'Alembert, Diderot, 
Laharpe, Condorcet, etc.," by Hubert, unfinished etching on blue pap^r, 
rare (Manby), £1 2s. 

204 Coloured and Tinted Plates, after Boucher, Le Prince, etc. (Lampson), 

£1 14s. 

205 Mezzotint, Portrait of " Garrick," by McArdell, after Pont (Lampson), 

£1 10s. 

206 " Moses brought before Pharaoh's Daughter," printed in colours, Acker- 

mann, 1805 (Brail), 10s. 

207 " Her Majesty's Bal Costume, representing the Drawing Room, with all 

the guests in the various costumes " (coloured), and " Six full-length 
Ball Dress Coloured Costumes of some of the Nobility," in portfolio 
(Black), 18s. 

208 " Fides CatholicEe," after Rubens, by Ch. de Billy, remarque proof, on 

vellum (Col. Renshaw), 4s. 

209 View, by Camille Fonce, remarque proof before letters, on vellum 

(Hunt), 5s. 

210 Schongauer, Martin. " Pilate washing his hands " (damaged) (Lampson), 

15s. 
2ii Antonio, Marc, "The Nativity," with Albert Diirer's mark (Streeton), 10s. 

212 Velde, Jan van de, " Portrait of Prince Charles of Silesia," by Visscher 

(Reader), 5s. 

213 Velde. Jan tan de, " The Six Night Pieces " (Churchyard), £1 2s. 

214 Rembrandt, " The Philosopher," etc. (Lampson), :6s. 

215 Deuchar, D., " Three Old Women conversing, 1 ' etc. (Streeton), 5s. 

216 Vliet, Van, "The Ratcatcher," "The Beggar," etc. (Streeton), 5s. 

217 Lievens, " Raising of Lazarus," etc. (Churchyard), us. 

218 Altdorfcr, " The Adoration," etc. (Churchyard), 10s. 

219 Rubens, "Virgin and Child," etc. (Streeton), 14s. 

220 Bega, Cornelius, " Peasants conversing," etc. (Col. Rensliaw), 10s. 

221 Dietricy, " Christ healing the Sick," Old Landscapes, by Both, etc. 

(Reader), 11s. 

222 " St. Helena : Six Coloured Views representing New Longwood Houee, 

Funeral Procession of Napoleon Buonaparte, Tomb of Napoleon 

Buonaparte, etc.," with key (six leaves) (Rimell), £1 6s. 
2?; Hunt, " 'flu- \ttack upon the Stockades near Rangoon, by Sir Archibald 

Campbell, 28th May. 1824," by Hunt, after Moore, coloured, etc. 

'Brail), 10s. 
224 " Dutch Dwarf and Giant," mezzotint; two old Coloured Views ol 

Frankfort and Dresden, 1815, etc. (Streeton), 10s. 



November - and S 3 1910. 



47 



225 By Berghem, Bartolozzi, Rubens, Girtin, etc., proofs before letters 

(Streeton), 15s. 

226 Hollar, " The Four Seasons " (Lampson), 10s. 

227 Hollar, " The Four Seasons," on India paper, old impressions, scarce 

(Lampson), 6s. 

228 Hollar, " Theatrum Mulierum," 48 plates (including engraved and primed 

title), nil but 13 on India paper, 1043-4 (Lampson), 16s. 
.229 France, One hundred and eighty-two old Views of France, including two 
very large oblong folding Views of Paris, dated 1620 and 1654 
(Lampson), ,^7i is. 

DRAWINGS. 

230 Rosa, Salvator, " Christ healing the Sick," from the Strawberry Hill 

Collection, " Salvator Rosa Napolitano nato circa 1620," in Horace 
Walpole's handwriting on back (Leckyl, £.2 10s. 

231 Rosa, Salvator, " A Study for the Death of Poly-crates " (James), 5s. 

-232 Rosa, Salvator, " A Saint in Meditation," and " Studies of Figures " 
(Streeton), 12s. 

233 Sarto, Andrea del, " History of Joseph," two large compositions replete 

with an array of historical figures and interesting scenes, red chalk 
(from Lord St. Helens' collection) (Vallenter), £2 2s. 

234 Sarto, Andrea del, " An historical Female Figure in a meditative posture," 

and " Three Pilgrims gazing " (from Lord Shrewbury's collection) 
(Streeton), 5s. 

235 d'Arpino, Kr. Guiseppe Cesari, " A Battle Scene "; another, by 

Head, 1788, etc. (Streeton), 5s. 

236 Cavella, A., " A Young Lady playing the violin," after G. Reni, etc. 

(Passed). 

237 Denon, Baron Vivant, " A Card Game." and six other Figure Subjects 

(Streeton), 4s. 

238 Denon, Baron Vivant, " Egyptian Mummies." and Head and Figure 

Subjects, «ome in colours (James). 4s. 

239 Browne, Hablot K., " New Forest," water-colour drawing, and other 

Coloured Views by Bonnington, etc. (Streeton), £1 10s. 

240 Anonymous, *' A Young Girl stitching," an old drawing in pencil, and 

" A Girl with a flower basket on her head," by Geo. Hayter, signed 
(Passed). 

241 Anonymous, " A Girl with a pitcher on her head," " A Hunting Scene," 

etc. (Col. Ranshaw), 6s. 

242 Anonymous, " Three Portraits of Roman Emperors, on horseback, viz. : 

Otho Caesar, <\nt. Vitellius, and Sergius Galba " (James), 3s. 
.243 Anonymous, A Fan, representing " Deux Vaisseaux de la R^publique 
Franchise devant Naples," on thin vellum, in water-colours, fine 
(Streeton), 10s. 

244 Anonymous, Twenty Pen-and-ink Drawings of Full-length Figures (two 

in water-colours), to illustrate Sir Walter Scott's " Ouentin Durward " 
by a French artist (Lampson), £2. 

245 Anonymous. Twenty Full-length Water-colour Portraits of Professors, 

Dons, Scholars, etc., of the Oxford and Cambridge Colleges (Streeton). 

1 OS 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



ENGRAVINGS. 

246 " John Randolph, Bishop of London," by C. Turner, after J. Hoppner 

(Smith), 10s. 

247 " Mrs. Parker," by \V. Say, after Owen, with margin (Lindow), 12s. 

248 " J. F. Tenducci (Singer)," by Finlayson, after Bruscett, first state, before 

letters (Ellis), 12s. 

249 & 250 " The Rev. W. B. Busby, Dean of Rochester," by C. Turner, 

proof; and "Bell, Countess of Sefton," by James Watson, after Sir 
Joshua Reynolds (.Edge), £2 15s. 

251 " Lady Philadelphia Wharton," by R. Dunkarton, after Van Dyck 

(Ellis), 18s. 

252 " Filmer Honywood, M.P.." by \V. Sharp, stipple, proof before all letters 

(Ellis), 6s. 

253 " Sir Thomas Allin, Admiral," by Vanderbanc, after Sir G. Kneller 

(Lindow), 10s. 

254 " John Lockhart," by J. McArdell, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, before the 

address of R. Laurie, brilliant impression, with margin (Edge), £2 5s. 

255 " Sir R. T. Wilson," by W. Ward, after H. W. Pickersgill, brilliant 

proof before letters (Edge), £1 10s. 

256 " Mrs. Flora Macdonald " (assisted Prince Charles Edward to escape). 

by J. Faber, after T. Hudson (Edge), ^5 10s. 

DRAWINGS. 

Framed. 

257 Serres, j. T., "A View of the Cape of Good Hope, with a Dutch 

Squadron at anchor, and an English Squadron coming to anchor in 
the Bay," signed I. T. Serres. 1804, 27J x 18 (Sabin), ^40. 

258 " A View at the Entrance into Brest Harbour, with H.M. Ship ' Clyde,' " 

signed J. T. Serres, 1804. 30 x 20J (Parker), £8. 

259 " A View of Genoa looking to the Westward," signed J. T. Serres, 1805, 

30 x 20* (Parker), £15 5s. 

260 Pollard, R., " Portrait of Edward Rotheram, First Captain to Lord 

Collingwood at Trafalgar " water-colours and chalk (Parker), ^5. 

261 " Nymph and Bacchus," by J. B. Cipriani, sepia (Mills), 12s. 

262 " Tug towing an old Man-of-War," in the manner of J. M. W. Turner, 

oil painting, on panel ijewlett), 16s. 

263 Cox, D., " Road through a valley on the banks of a lake," signed 

(Ranshaw), £1 4s. 

264 Uwins, T., " Calypso dismissing Mentor and Telemachus," design for a 

fan mount, pencil; and Two Landscapes, by a different artist, in 
water-colours (Jewletl), £\ 6s. 

265 Hill, L. Raven, " Her First," in pen-and-ink, signed; and another, by -i 

different artist (Ranshaw), £1 6s. 

266 Lucas, Sydney Seymour, " Pirates and the ' Flying Dutchman,' " in 

black and white chalk, etc. (Hickman), 8s. 

267 Portraits of a Lady and Gentleman, pastels, a pair (Parker), £j 5s. 

OIL PAINTINGS. 

268 Croix, De la, " The Gleaner," signed (Jewlett), £2 18s. 



November 7 and S, 1910. 49 

269 Rossetti, D. G., " Portrait of Mrs. \V. Morris " (finished by the lati 

F. M. Brown), 36 x 30 (Spencer), £125. 

270 Cox, David, " Passing Shower: The Mersey," signed (Rose), ^3. 

271 Linnell, J., " Landscape with Mill and Cattle at a Pool," signed (Ingram), 

£6 10s. 

272 Gainsborough, T., " The Cottage Door," panel (Illingworth), £7. 

273 Wouvermans, P.. " The Smithy " (.Ingram), ^to. 

274 Metsu, G., " Contemplation," panel (Rose), £3 ios. 

275 Dow, G., " The Philosopher," panel (Ingram), £2 5s. 

276 Maas, X., " Surprised " (Edge), £4 ios. 

277 Kawshore, H. L., "Sunday Evening," panel, signed (James), £4 4s. 

278 Morland, G., " Sow and Pigs " (Ingram), £1 ios. 

279 Polemburg, C, " Cupids Sporting " (Ingram), £2 5s. 

280 Kneller, Sir G.. " Portrait of a Lady (half-length) in a red dress," 311 x 75 

(Smith), ^5 ios. 

281 Kneller, Sir G., " Portrait of a Lady in a brown dress and blue cloak." 

30 x 25 (Smith), £$. 

282 Burkel, H., " The Horse Fair," signed (Jewlett), £2. 

283 Wilson, R., " Landscape with lake and ruins in the distance " (Bendalli, 

£2 . S s. 

284 Unknown, " Portrait of a Girl, in black hat and red cloak " (Miss 

Samuel), ^.'1 ios. 
2S5 Hardy, Dudley. " The Relurn," signed (Fenningl. ^3 ios. 

UNKNOWN. 

286 " Portrait of Geofi'rv Chaucer " (Chaundy), £6. 

287 " The Espousal of St. Therese," on copper (Col. Ranshaw), £2 16s. 

288 " Landscape with River," panel (Jacobs), ios. 

289 Drawings on mica of Indian r>rahmin Gods, cult of Yishu, by a native 

artist, eleven in one frame (Lindow), £1 2s. 

290 " View of Government House, Calcutta, with a procession " (Parker), 

£3 2S - 6d - 

291 " Japanese Landscapes (2), with buildings and figures " (Jacobson), £^ bs. 

292 Drawings of Tosa School (8), about 18th century, untrained (Rose), £3. 



5 o ART PRICES CURRENT. 



November 11, 1910. Puttick and Simpson's. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

1 Mezzotints, " Portrait of a Lady," in colours, proofs by C. Turner, etc. 

(Brail), I2S. 

2 Ditto, "The Hypocritical Wife," by Haid; others by Murphy, Lowrie, 

etc. (Brail), gs. 

3 Ditto, " The Four Phials," by W. Ward, after Wheatley; " Miss," b\ 

P. van Bleeck; and " The Little Traveller," by Jones (Brail), igs. 

4 Ditto, "Smugglers Defeated," by Earlom, after Bourgois; "Concert of 

Birds," by Earlom; and " Holy Family," by V. Green (Brail), 14s. 

5 Ditto, "Duchess of Marlborough," by Watson, after Reynolds, and 

another (Brail), gs. 

6 Ditto, " Master Braddyll," by Grozer, after Reynolds; and others, by 

Faber, Fisher, etc. (Brail), 7s. 

7 Ditto, " Cowslip," and " Fanny," by and after J. R. Smith, a pair 

(Brail), £1 6s. 

8 Ditto, by Rembrandt, " His Mistress," " His Marriage," " A Jew Rabbi," 

etc. (Arnold), £1. 

9 Ditto, " Lord of the Vineyard," " Abraham's Sacrifice," etc. (Arnold), 15s. 

10 "Destruction of the Bastille," by Nutter, after Singleton; "Louis XVI. 

and his. family," by Tomkins; and " Royal Family of France," by 
Bovi (Patterson), 15s. 

11 Historical Subjects (Allison), 5s. 

12 " Charles, Prince of Wales," by Wille; " George Washington," by 

Cheesman, etc. (Arnold), 11s. 

13 Caricatures, " The Life of Man," by Newton (two sheets); " Progress of 

Heroism," etc. (Arnold), 16s. 

14 Ditto, "The Fourteenth of September," by Woodward, coloured; and 

other Sporting ( ), 12s. 

15 Ditto, "Volunteer Wit," by Woodward; " Military," and others (Arnold), 

us. 

16 " A View of the Black Lead Mine in Cumberland," by Prestel, after 

Loutherbourg; " Conway Castle," by Wells, etc., aquatints (Barnard), 

]2S. 

17 " Right Hon. Robert Blair of Avontoun," by J. Heath, after Raeburn 

(Brail), 6s. 

18 " The Separation," and " The Last Interview of Louis XVI. and his 

Family," by Schiavonetti (Gordon), 10s. 

19 Modern Engravings, some proofs (Gordon), 18s. 

20 " Naval Heroes," by C. Knight, after D. Cooper; and others (Parker), 

£1 5*- 

21 " Wild Cattle and Red Deer at Chillingham," by T. Landseer, after Sir 

Edwin Landseer; and others (Gordon), £1 10s. 

22 " When the Heart is Young," and others (Parker), £1 10s. 



November n, igic. 51 



23 " High Street, Oxford," anil " A View of Oxford," by J. Watt; " Ely 

Cathedral," by C. O. Murray; and one other (Gordon), 18s. 

24 " Portrait of William Shakespeare," by L. Flameng, signed remarque 

proof (Gordon), £1 4s. 

25 "Sir Ralph Abercrombv," by Bartolozzi ; "Sir Thomas Strange," by 

C. Turner, mezzotint; "John Adams," by the same, etc. (Parker), 

£l l6s. 

26 "The Grand Attack on Valenciennes," by Bromley, after Loutherbourg; 

" The Sortie made by the Garrison of Gibraltar," by Sharp, after 
Trumbull; "The Battle of the Boyne," after West; and a coloured 
" Naval Engagement " (Medmore), £1. 
?7 " The Bread Street Riots," by Heath, after Wheatley, proof (Vaughan), 12s. 

28 " George III. and Queen Charlotte," by Ryder, and Smith, after Beechey 

(G. Wilson), 6s. 

29 Small Mezzotint Portraits, and Fancy Subjects, by S. W. Reynolds, all 

after Sir J. Reynolds (Reader), 17s. 

30 " Master Hope," by S. Cousins; and " Miss Murray," by Phillips, both 

after Lawrence, mezzotint (Watkins), £2. 

31 " Salmon Fishing," by Clark, after Aiken, coloured, etc. (Dickson), 7s. 

32 " Beauty's Bath," by S. Cousins, mezzotint, and " Deer Stalking," in 

colours, after Landseer (Medmore), 12s. 

33 " A Maid," and " A Widow," by Zecchin, after J. R. Smith, in brown 

(Watkins), 5s. 

34 "The Ghost Story," by Tomkins, after Hamilton, proof; "Summer," 

and " Autumn," after Hamilton (Oldham), 7s. 

35 Baxter, Needle Box Prints, etc., a parcel (Brail), 12s. 

36 Fancy Subjects, some in colours (G. Yeulett), 8s 

37 " The Water Mill," by C. Turner, after A. W. Callcott, mezzotint 

(Davis), £1 6s. 

38 Caricatures, in colours, a parcel (Parker), 10s. 

39 " Saint Cecilia,'' by H. R. Cook, after Westall; and others (Watkins), 13s. 

40 " Susanne au Bain," by Porporati, and others (Reader), £1. 

41 " Iris and Echo," by Head; "Nymphs Bathing," by Cipriani; "The 

Infant Hercules," by Walker, mezzotint, etc. (Dickson), £1. 

42 Scriptural and Classical Subjects, by and after the Old Masters 

(Allison), 8s. 

43 Ditto (Brittonl, as. 

44 " Presentation in the Temple," after Rembrandt; and others (Reader), 5s 

45 Pinturicchio, " St. Catherine pleading before her Judges," etc. (Oppen- 

heini), 10s. 

46 By and after Hogarth (Brail), 5s. 

47 "Cataract of Niagara," by W. Byrne, after Richard Wilson; and one 

other (Brail), 5s. 

48 " Judgment of Paris," by R. Earlom ; and other mezzotints (Brail), £1 4s. 

49 " Landscapes," by W. Woollett, etc. (Lindow), £1 6s. 

50 " The Village School in Uproar," by Charles Turner, after Henry Richter, 

mezzotint (Oldham), £1. 

51 " Lodona," by F. Bartolozzi, after Maria Cosway, printed in colours 

(Dodd), £1 8s. 

52 Miscellaneous engravings (G. Yeulett), 4s. 



52 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

53 Statuary, after Canova (Simmons), 3s. 

54 Ditto, various (Passed). 

55 Miscellaneous engravings (Britton), 4s. 

56 Statuary, various (Vascher), 3s. 

57 & 58 Ornamental designs (Vascher), 7s. 

59 & 60 " Scenes in Venice," and " Portraits," by Giacomo Franco, 1614, 
and " The Burial of Christ," and four others, by H. Goltzius 
(Vascher), 6s. 

61 Portraits, by Houbraken (Patterson), 6s. 

6ia Portraits, by Vertue and White ( ), 6s. 

62 " Philip III. of Spain and his wife Margaret," by Paul de la Honne 

(Rimel!), 6s. 

63 " A Hurdle Race," by C. Hunt, after G. H. Aiken, a set of four, in 

colours (Parsons), £8 10s. 

64 " St. Alban's Steeple Chase (Coming into the Second Field)," by C. Hunt, 

after J. Pollard, in colours (Mayall), 18s. 

65 " Grand Leicestershire Steeple Chase (plate 7, The Climax of Disaster)," 

by C. Bentley, after Hy. Aiken, in colours (Rimell), £1. 

66 " Symptoms," by H. Aiken, in colours (Dickson), 14s. 

67 " British Proverbs," by H. Aiken, in colours (Lindow), 10s. 

68 " Plates to Mytton," by H. Aiken (7), etc., all in colours (Lindow), 18s. 

69 " St. Alban's Grand Steeple Chase," aquatints in colours, a set of four 

(Sully), £1 ys. 6d. 

70 " One Day's Sport of Three Real Good Ones," plates 3 and 5, by H. 

Aiken, in colours (Rimell), £1 2s. 

71 "The Death," by Sutherland, after Aiken; "The Death," by Rowland- 

son; " Bull Baiting and Cocking," by Merke, after Davis, etc., all in 
colours (Rimell), £1 12s. 

72 " Thrown out," by C. Turner, and others, in colours (Muir), £1 7s. 

73 Rembrandt, " A Beggar," and five others (Humphreys), 13s. 

74 Rembrandt, " The Mill," and five others (Humphreys), 14s. 

75 " A Garden Scene," after Watteau, and two others (Humphreys), qs. 

76 " Raphael's Mistress," by C. Hodges, and three others, mezzotints 

(Humphreys!. 14s. 

77 " Marcius Coriolan," after Morris; " L'Eau," after Cipriani, and one 

other (Humphreys), 10s. 

78 Baxter, " The Bridesmaid " (Humphreys), 8s. 

79 A set of three Seascapes, by Dixon, after Vernet, mezzotints 

(Humphries), 9s. 

80 Landscapes, by Mollett, and others (Britton), 5s. 

81 Caricatures, some in colours (Peel). 4s. 

82 " Military Costumes " and Prints, in portfolio (Brail), 10s. 

53 " Portrait of Rneburn," engraved by Walker, and two others (Brail), 5s. 

84 " Love Sheltered," by W. Say, after H. Thomson, mezzotint (Wat- 

kins), £2. 

85 Rembrandt, " The Standard Bearer," by W. TV-th^r (Peel), £1. 

86 Rembrandt, " Rembrandt's Wife," by W. Pether (Peel), 14s. 

87 Rembrandt, " Woman plucking a Bird," by R. Houston (Peel), 14s. 

88 Rembrandt, " A Jew Rabbi," by Cobet, and one other proof (Peel), 9s. 

89 " Infancy," by and after R. Cosway, in colours (Peel), £1 15s. 

■90 " Love and Beauty," by F. Bartolozzi, in colours (Blythe), £2 10s. 



November n, igio. 153 



91 " Prudence and Beauty," and " Genius and Beauty," a pair of ovals, 

in red (Peel), £4 5s. 

92 " The Dance," by F. Bartolozzi, after Bunbury, circle, in red (Peell, 

£<■ 5 s - 

93 " St. James' and St. Giles' Beauties," by F. Bartolozzi, after Benwell. 

old impressions, damaged (Blythe), .£2 ios. 

94 " Favourite Chickens going to Market," by YV. Pether, after Bigg, fine 

mezzotint (Harvey), £2 ios. 

95 " Juvenile Opposition," by J. Allen, after F. Wheatley (Peel), £\ 17s. 6d. 

96 " Science Resting in the Arms of Peace," by F. Bartolozzi, and one 

other (McDouall), 12s. 

97 "The Young Moralist," by T. Nugent; and "The Nightingale's Nest" 

(McDouall), r6s. 

98 Portraits of " Marchioness of Salisbury," and " Miss Hemet " (Rimell), 

13s. 

99 " Caledonia " and " Hibernia," by Freshi, a pair; and one other 

(Peel), 18s. 

100 '" The Young Shepherdess," and companion, by Josi, after Westall, in 

colours (Peel), £1 4s. 

101 Fancy Subjects, in brown (Peel), 15s. 

102 An Oval Fancy Subject (Brail), 8s. 

103 Small Mezzo! int Portraits, by S. W. Reynolds (Brail), £5 7s. 6d. 

104 Fancy Subjects, Drawings, etc. (Parker), £1 18s. 

105 Polychrome Meisterwerke in Italien (Jacobs), 12s. 

106 Landscapes by Piranesi, etc. (Britton), 7s. 

107 A Scrap Book containing a quantity of early line and other Portraits 

(Britton), 17s. 

108 A ditto, containing Early Scriptural Subjects (Vascher), 8s. 

109 & J 10 A Scrap Book containing Etchings by and after the Early 

Masters; and Modern Engravings, Etchings, etc. (Parker), £1 4s. 
in Ditto (Hendricks), 19s. 

112 "The Misers," by Earlom; and others, various, some in colours (Hollo- 

way), 14s. 

113 & T14 "Views in the Holy Land." chromolithographs, etc.; and 

Etchings, by and after Lucas van Leyden, Rembrandt, J. Callot, etc. 

(Tourbillon), £i. 
J15 Modern Etchings and Engravings, by A. Morris, Fadder, J. Pyne, etc. 

(G. Yeulett), 5s. 
116 & 117 " Madame Greuze," by Bonnet, after Greuze, etc.; and " Halt 

de Vivandier Battalia," after Casanova, etc., a parcel (Levin), 5s. 

118 " Le Graveur," by Chiquet, after Meissonier, artist's proof (G. Yeulett), 

13s. 

119 " Le Liseur," by L. Ruet, after Meissonier, artist's proof (F. W. 

Brown), 10s. 

120 " Mrs. Tickell," by T. G. Appleton, after G. Romney, mezzotint 

(Canning), 6s. 



S4 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



The property of a gentleman. 

Framed, 

121 " Lady Charlotte Greville," by J. Young, after J. Hoppner, mezzotint, 

printed in colours, a brilliant impression, with full margins (F. Sabin), 
.£231. 

The property of an officer. 

122 " Col. Tarleton," by J. R. Smith, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, first 

state, mezzotint, a fine impression (Davis), ^89 5s. 

Various properties. 

123 " Benjamin Franklin of Philadelphia," by J. McArdell, after B. Wilson 

(Parsons), ^3 12s. 6d. 

124 " James, Earl of Fife, Viscount McDuff," by R. Dunkarton, after A. W. 

Devis, proof, mezzotint, full margins (Maggs), £3 10s. 

125 " Robert Cathcart of Drum, Writer to the Signet," by C. Turner, after 

H. Raeburn, proof, mezzotint (Davis), £17 6s. 6d. 
125A " Portrait of Lady," by J. Finlayson, after N. Hone (White), £1 is. 

126 " Epsom," by C. Hunt, after J as. Pollard, in colours (Sully), £1 10s. 

127 " Newton Races," by C. Hunt, after C. Towne, in colours (VV. Sabin), 

;£ig Ss. 6d. 

128 " Epsom Races," by Sutherland, after Aiken, a pair, in colours 

(Saunders), £4 10s. 

129 " Doncaster Races," by Smart and Hunt, after Pollard, a pair, in 

colours (Graves), £3 10s. 

130 " Meeting of the Royal Hounds on Ascot Heath," by Bromley, after 

Grant (Webb), 6s. 

131 " Batchelor's Hall," after Aiken, in colours (Sully), 18s. 

132 " Battle of the Standard," by Edelinck, and " St. Jerome in his Study," 

by A. Durer (Sully), 4s. 

133 Four Autotypes, ten Costume plates, in two frames, and one other 

(Cornwall), 10s. 

134 " The Winning Post," after Aiken, in colours, and two others after 

Landseer (Jacobs), 13s. 
735 " The Young Dealer," and " Rustic Cares," by Williamson, after 
Morland, a pair, in colours (Boys), 13s. 

136 " Boy and Pigs," after Morland, mezzotint (Boys), 5s. 

137 " The Triumph of Justice," after Morland, mezzotint (Cornwall), 9s. 

138 " Scene from Timon of Athens," by Kirk, in colours (Brail), 5s. 

139 " Connoisseurs at a Picture Exhibition," after Rowlandson (Cornwall), Ss. 

140 " The Toilet of Psyche," by Sherwin, after Cipriani, circle ( ), 5s. 

141 " A French Dancing Master," after Rowlandson, aquatint, in colours 

(Graves), £1 8s. 

142 " The Triumph of Virtue," after Westall, in colours (White), £1 8s. 

143 " The Hon. Miss Bingham," after Reynolds, in colours (Boys), 5s. 

144 " A Park Phaeton," and " The Return from Shooting," a pair of 

coloured prints 'Barnard), 7s. 



November n, 191c. 55 



145 " West Country Mails at the Gloucester Coffee House, Piccadilly," after 

Pollard, in colours (Boys), 10s. 

146 " The Noble Tips," by Hunt, after Turner (Boys), 6s. 

147 " The Death of General Wolfe," by Woollen, after West (Boys), 5s. 

148 After Morland (Medmore), 6s. 

149 " Sir Hercules and Bee'swing," after Laporte, in colours (Boys), 3s. 

150 " Racehorse with Owner and Jockey," by Harris, after Herring; and 

" Haphazard," by Whessell (Muir), £1 4s. 

151 " St. Cecilia," by H. R. Cook, after Westall (Oldham), 7s. 

152 " The Exhibition at the Royal Academy, 1787," by Martini, after 

Ramberg (Oldham), gs. 

153 " Peninsular Heroes," by C. G. Lewis, after J. P. Knight, proof, mezzo- 

tint, and three views (Hamilton), 17s. 

154 " Death of Major Pierson," by J. Heath, after Singleton (Allison), 10s. 

155 " Easter Tuesday," by Rowlandson ; " Quicksilver Royal Mail," after 

Pollard, and two others (Jacobs), 4s. 

156 " Right Hon. John Beckett," by C. Turner; " Thomas Broughton," by 

R. Dunkarton, and a view (unframed) (Jacobs), 2s. 

157 " Lady Bagot, Viscountess Burghersh, and Lady Somerset," by J. 

Thomson, after Sir Thomas Lawrence (Jacobson), £1 10s. 

158 " Cornelia and her children," after Reynolds, and " The Sailor Boy s 

Return," after Bigg (Cornwall), 15s. 

159 " Rev. John Wesley," by G. Zobel, mezzotint (Barnard), 3s. 

160 Rembrandt (after), " The Hundred Guilder Print," " A Shepherd Boy," 

by J. Burney, and three others (Boys), £1 2s. 

161 " Lady Hamilton as a 'Bacchante,' " after Reynolds, in colours (Passed). 

162 " Fly Fishing " and " Bottom Fishing," aquatints, in colours (Brail), 8s. 

163 " First Carriage, The Aerial " (Parsons), 8s. 

164 Historical Subjects, by Bartolozzi, and two others, in red (Boys), 16s. 

165 " Attention," after Bunbury, and six others (Parker), 16s. 

166 " Gathering Wood," by Meadows, and " The Fortune Teller," after 

Reynolds, mezzotint (Barnard), 10s. 

167 " Mambrino," by G. T. Stubbs, after G. Stubbs, in colours (F. Sabin), 

£$ 2S - 6d - 

168 " Master Hope," and " The Calmady Children," after Sir Thomas 

Lawrence, by S. Cousins, mezzotints (Parsons;, ^26. 

169 " Lady Dover," and " Miss Murray," both by Phillips, after Lawrence 

(Sear), £1 4s. 

170 " Wedded," by L. Flameng, after F. Leighton, signed remarque proof 

(Leuchars), 8s. 

The property of the late George Aitchison, Esq., R.A., 
of 150, Harley Street, W. (to be sold by order of the 
Executors). 

171 " Lady Caroline Montague as ' Winter,' " by J. R. Smith, after Sir 

Joshua Reynolds, first state, mezzotint (Blvtlie), £13 13s. 

172 " The Contemplative Youth (Master Brown)," by C. H. Hodges, aft'r 

Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint (Jacobson), £3 7s. 6d. 

173 " A Three-quarter length Portrait of a Boy," after Reynolds, mezzctml 

(Brail), 17s. 6d. 



56 . ART PRICES CURRENT. 

174 A Proof Etching by Waltner, " View on the Seine," and four others 

(Moule), us. 

175 Miscellaneous Engravings, Autotypes, etc. (Levin), 7s. 

WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

176 Aitchison, G., R.A., " Interior of the Church of St. Lorenzo, Rome " 

(Levin), £2 5s. 

177 Deane, W. W., " Interior, with figures," " Italian Landscape," and 

two others (Levin), 10s. 

178 Deane, W. W., " The Gates of the Alhambra " (Leggatt), £2 17s. 6d. 

179 Britten, W. E. F., " Picus and Pomona," a pair, and a pair of Studies 

(Parsons), £1 12s. 6d. 

180 Deane, W. W., " Puck " (Vascher), £2 5s. 

1S1 English School, " A Vase of Flowers " (Saunders), £2 15s. 

182 Harrison, M. M., " Lake Scene " (Levin), 7s. 

183 Unknown, " Interior of a Church, with figures " (Levin), £1. 
1S4 Deane, W. W., " Chartres Cathedral " (Leggatt), £4 15s. 

185 Deane, W. W., " Jedburgh Abbey " (Vascher), £2 12s. 6d. 

186 Deane, W. W., " A Canal," and " St. Mark's, Venice " (Levin), 12s. 

187 Deane, W. W., " Ruined Gateway, with figures " (Saunders), £g. 

188 Deane, W. W., " Autumn," " A Village on the Rhine," and another 

(Leuchar), .£1 10s. 

189 Deane, W. W., " Caen Cathedral," " The Water Carrier," and " St 

Mamigio " (Levin), £1 7s. 6d. 

190 Deane, W. W., " Entrance to a Church " (Parsons), ^5 5s. 

191 Deane, W. W., " The Pope's Palace, Avignon," and " A Cortile " 

(Levin), £1 15s. 

192 Deane, W. W., " The Belfry, Bruges," and " Avignon " (Moule), £1 10s. 

193 Deane, W. W., " A Church Door with figures " (Leggatt), £2 10s. 

194 Deane, W. W., " Interior of St. Mark's, Venice." " Study of a Boa'," 

and three others (Levin), £1 10s. 

195 Deane, W. W., " The Rialto," " La Bordighera," and two othe" 

(V. 7 . T. Aitchison), £2 7s. 6d. 

196 Deane, W. W., " Venice," and six others (Yeulett), 19s. 

197 Aitchison, G., R.A., " Interiors of Churches " (W. T. Aitchison), £2 10s. 

198 Aitchison, G., R.A., " Figures in a Doorway," " The Coliseum " (2), 

and another (Yeulett), ,-£2. 

199 Aitchison, G., R.A., " Interiors of Churches " (2), and " Ruins " (2' 

(Batsfor.I), £1 12s. 6d. 

200 Aitchison, G., R.A., " Interior of a Church, Rome," " The Temple of 

Vesta," and two others (Levin), £2. 

201 Danbv, T., " The Wood Gatherers," and eight others (Yeulett), 19s. 

202 Britten, W. E. F., " Study of a Girl's Head " (G. Yeulett), 5s. 
205 Ten Drawings, various (Levin), £3 10s. 

204 Havell, W., " Cavisham Bridge," and ten others (Levin), £3 10s. 

205 Weigall, A. H., " Poultry," and eleven others (Levin), £z is. 

206 Prout, S., A sketch; "By the Fireside," by W. W. Deane, and four 

others (Parsons), £1 10s. 

207 Pictures and Drawings, chiefly Sketches (Sherlock), £2 12s. 6d. 

208 Mosaic Floor Designs (Passed). 



November n, igio. 57 



209 Studies by F. I.eighton and G. Aitchison (Parsons), £6 16s. 6d. 

210 " A Dutch Second-rate Line of Battleship," by W. Van der Velde 

(Allison), 8s. 

211 Two Cameo Designs, by \V. E. F. Britten (in one frame); two full-len J'.h 

Female Crayon Drawings, and " Portrait of an Italian Girl," in chalK 
(Parsons), £2 14s. 

212 Pencil Designs, by G. Aitchison (4), and three others (Vascher), £1 5s. 

213 " Picture Sunday," by G. du Maurier, a pen-and-ink drawing, with 

auiograph letter from the artist to Mr. Aitchison (Parsons), £2 12s. (vi 

214 " The Late W. Y\ . Deane," by Frank Holl, R.A., and fourteen sketches, 

by Burgess (in one frame) (Vascher), £1 17s. 6d. 

215 Three Sepia Drawings by Martin, and one other (Yeulett), 17s. 

216 " The Castle of St. Angelo, Rome," and two others (Vascher), 16s. 
216A " Animals," a design by Randolph Caldecott (Parsons), £4 10s. 

PAINTINGS. 

217 Deane, W. W., " Macbeth and the Witches " (Yeulett), 9s, 

218 Poole, P. F., R.A., " The Spectre Hunter," Decameron Sketch, and 

" Villa Lante," by S. Giampietri (Levin), £1 2s. 6d. 

219 Poole, P. F.. R.A., " After the Deluge " (Levin), 16s. 

220 Britten, W. E. F., " The Pipes of Pan " (Yeulett), £2 4s. 

221 Deane, W. W., " Porch of Chartres Cathedral," and four others (Levin), 

£1 16s. 

222 Holl, Frank, R.A., and Deane. W. W., " Chartres Cathedral, North 

Porch" a gallery work (Levin), £g 19s. 6d. 

223 Etty, W., " Nude Female Study," and Chester Earle, " Portrait of Mrs 

W. W. Deane " (Levin), 9s. 

224 Brett, John, A.R.A., " Mouth of the Camel River," and two oth3r= 

(Leggatt), £3. 

The property of a gentleman. 

WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

225 Pidgeon, H. C, " Light," and Bernard Evans, " Rough Weather " 

(Yeulett), 10s. 

226 Pasini, V., " Feeding the Pigeons " ( ), 18s. 

227 Callcott, W. J., " Coast Scene," and W. Bennett, " The Storm Cloud ' 

(Yeulett), £2 2s. 

228 Pasini, V., " A Courtyard Scene " (Cornwall), 16s. 

229 & 230 Fielding, Copley, " Bolton Abbey "; and C. Brockey, " Italian 

Girls," and " A Figure Subject," by Bonafazi (Yeulett), 13s. 

231 Norie, O., " Lancers and Guards " (Webb), 13s. 

232 V.F., " Portrait of a Girl " (V. Grose), 8s. 

233 French School, " Study ol a Girl," and three others (Webb), £1 2s. 

234 Yvon, W., " Burning of Moscow " (Reigh), £ 1 2s. 

235 Bellini, A., " Scene on the Grand Canal, Venice " (Moule), 10s. 

236 Stanfield, C, " Going Home " (Reigh), 5s'. 

237 Meurier, "Winter Scene." and Unknown, "Landscape" (Yeulett), 155. 

238 Roberts, David, " View in Seville " (Palmer), 16s. 

239 Collins, " Landscape, with crstle in ruins " (Misell), 7s. 



58 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

240 Barnard, Frank, " Rainy Day, Shetland " (Misell), 13s. 

241 Poucy, A. V., 1884, " Bruin's Haunt in the Forest " (Levin), 5s. 

242 " Landscape, with river scene " (Yeulett), £1. 

243 Mott, R. S., " Sheep in Landscape," and " Stream," a pair (Baker), 14s. 

PAINTINGS. 

244 Turner (after), " Landscape, with figures," an oval picture on glass; and 

one other (Yeulett), 17s. 

245 Jackson, P., " Sunset," and G. Boyle, " Summer Clouds " (Yeulett), 

10s. 

246 Gavagnies, N., "Venice"; S. Mason, "Near Dartmouth"; and three 

others (Yeulett), 13s. 

247 " Landscapes " ( ), 7s. 

24S Thompson, Charles, " Flower Piece," and Unknown, " At the Brook : ' 
(Yeulett), £1 8s. 

249 " Mountainous Landscape," and a " Coast Scene " (Yeulett), us. 

250 Boyle, G., " Landscape," and J. Labrie, " On the Way Home " (Graves), 

.£•' 12s. 

251 " Sheep in a Barn," and " A Farmyard Scene " (Leggatt), £2 15s. 

252 Two Landscapes ( ), 8s. 

253 Dell, J., "The Weir"; S. W. Fox, "The Meadow"; and W. Hafte, 

" Landscape " (Hartley), 14s. 

254 Hunter, Audrey, " River Scene, with figures on a bridge " (Yeulett), 

£1 10s. 

255 Cooke, E. W., " The Barn "; Italian School, " Portrait of a Lady "; 

and two others (Reigh), £2 153. 

256 Lelior, Charles, " The End of the Day," and " The Road across the 

Moor " (Elder), £1 10s. 

257 Collins, W., " Feeding the Rabbit " (Reigh), 9s. 

258 Two Landscapes (Warner), 14s. 

259 Italian School, " Garden Scene " (Grose), Ss. 

260 Anson, C. J., " Coast Scene," and J. Biron, " By the Stream " (Torek), 6s. 

261 " Sporting Subjects," on panel (Hartley), 5s. 

262 Bough, S., " Summer," and two others (Elder), £1 10s. 

263 " Madonna " (Torek), £1 6s. 

264 Sewell, M. A., " Seascape," and four others (Yeulett), iSs. 

265 English School, " Portrait of a Gentleman " (Grose), £1 7s. 6d. 

266 Boyle, G., " Landscape, with river " (Hartley), £1 is. 

267 Prevost, J., " In the Forest," and another, by Alberti (Passed). 

268 Chandeat, " On the Shore," and three others (Hartley), 13s 

Various properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

Unframed. 
268A Drawings, by Bernardino Gatti, Giovanni Bellini, and G. Romano 

(Oppenheim), 12s. 
268B "Near Kilwclley," by A. Blackley ; "Cottage of Charles Matthews," by 

A. Fraser, etc. (Yeulett), 7s. 



November n, 1910. 59 

268c " Continental Views," by F. Ponsonby (Hartley), 8s. 

268D Landscapes, by L. Fagan, F. T. Lott, E. Phillips, and others (Yeulett), 
£1 12s. 

2fcSE " Balcony Scene," by C. Werner; " Rome, 1842," " Landscape and 
Figures," by Collins, etc. (Yeulett), 7s. 

2(iSf Landscapes, various (Hartley), 9s. 

268G & 268H Studies and Landscapes, by C. Vacher, and others; and Drawings, 
etc. (Home), 6s. 

2tSl Landscapes, Figure Studies, etc., by McKewan, C. Vacher, etc. (Yeu- 
lett), 7s. 

268J " Interlaken," by W. Callow; " Chalk Quarry at Northfleet," by V. 
Lindsay; " Canterbury," by Richardson; and others (Yeulett), £1 6s. 

269 " French Fisherman," by F. Royeze, and two others (Yeulett!, its. 

270 Figure Subjects, by Jean Stradanus, Raphael, and others (Reigh), £1 (vs. 

271 Landscapes, Figure Subjects, etc., by W. Etty, E. H. Corbould, j. i". 

Lewis, etc. (Yeulett), 14s. 

272 " The Acropolis at Athens "; " Saint Raphael," and others, by Arthur 

Ditchfield, and " Lanercost Abbey," by W. Green (Yeulett), £1 14s. 

2 73 " Ajaccio, " " Aysgarth," and two others, by Arthur Ditchfield, etc. 

(Yeulett), £1 10s. 

274 Landscapes and Italian Views, by C. Vacher (Hartley), 8s. 

275 " Breaking up the Agamemnon," by R. Beavis; " A Seaport Scene,'' 

by J. P. Fischer, 1813; and three others (Yeulett), £1 4s. 

276 " A Barge," " Chatham," " Padstow Harbour," and others, all by Edwin 

Hayes (Yeulett), £1 14s. 

277 " Coast Scene, with boats and figures," by J. L. Henry and others 

(Yeulett), 18s. 

278 " The Golden Age," by B. West, and others, various (Reigh), 16s. 

279 Figure Subjects, Landscapes, etc., by C. Vacher, McKewan, J. S. 

Cottman, etc. (Yeulett), 18s. 

280 Landscapes and Figure Subjects, by Goodall (Hartley), 17s. 

281 Landscapes, by D. Bates (Graves), £1 10s. 

282 " Portrait of a Girl," by Stone; and three Landscapes (Humphreys), 12s. 

283 Children Subjects (4), by Kate Greenaway (Hunt), 15s. 

Framed 

284 Vacher, C, " Outside Rome," and R. Gallon, " Sunset " (Barren), £1 4s. 

285 Routerenk, 1870. " Interior of a Church " (Torek), Ss 

2S6 Vianilli, 1876, " Market Scene, Naples," and T. D. Harding, " iiali 
Timber Houses " (Hartley), qs. 

287 Holland, J., " A Venetian Canal," and one by Cattermole (Levin), £1 6s. 

288 Elmore, " Scene from ' The Merry Wives of Windsor,' " (Levin), £1 10s. 

289 Smith, R., 1S90, " Highland Stream," and one other (Yeulett), 121-. 

290 Vacher, C, " View of Sion," and J. Royal, " Henry VIII. Chapel " 

(Levin), 6s. 

291 Keyl, F. W., " Meadow with Cattle," and J. C. Moore, " On the 

Tiber " (Yeulett), 6s. 

292 Hopper, T. F., " Winter," and one other, by W. W. Deane (Levin), 7s. 

293 Roberts, " The Temple of Palestine " (Levin), 12s. 

294 " Study of a Bull's Head," and two others (Torek), 6s. 



60 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

295 Beardsley, A., " Book Illustrations " (Humphreys), jQi 12s. 6d. 

29b May, Phil, " Style at Monte Carlo," and one other (Humphreys), 13s. 

297 & 298 Lawrence, Sir Thos., " Portrait of William IV."; and Augusta Cole, 

1842, " Portrait of a Lady, wearing black mantilla shawl, and holding 

a fan," in oak case (Keigh), £1 5s 

299 Loutherbourg, J. 1'. de, " Llyn Ogween, Wales," original drawing lor 

the engraved work (Leuchars), ^3 10s. 

300 Gould, J., " Drawings of Birds " (Sotheran), 12s. 

301 towler, J., 1809, " Serge Hill House, near Abbots Langley," and G. J., 

" A River Scene " ( ), 6s. 

302 Scandrett, T., " Interior of a Cathedral, with figures " (Grose), 5s 

303 " Landscapes, with figures," a pair (Home), 5s. 

303A Munn, P. S., " Prebends Bridge," and one other (Keigh), os. 

303B Bach, Guido, " Portrait of a Man," and three others (Marks), &i 4s. 

PAINTINGS'. 

304 " Landscape, with river and figures fishing," on panel (Levin), 5s. 

305 " Horse and Fox Hounds " (Hartley), 17s. 

306 Calvert, F., " Pilot Boats " (Circle). £1 12s. 6d. 

307 Rembrandt (after), " Portrait of a Gentleman," on panel, and three 

others (Yeulett), £2 12s. 6d. 

308 Lely, " Portrait of a Gentleman," oval (Circle), £1 16s. 

309 Armfield, G., " Animal Subjects," a pair (Marks), £1 17s. bd. 



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November, 19, 1010. 



Christie's. 



British and Foreign Historical Portraits and a few 
Pictures. 

PASTEL. 

1 Portrait of a Lady, with embroidered cloak, oval — 28X22* (Davis & Davis), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

PORTRAITS. 

2 Portrait of a Lady, in green dress, 48 X 39J (Cohen), £28 7s. 

3 Portrait of Catherine of Braganza, 47^X37! (Hunting), £27 6s. 

4 Portrait of a General, in armour, 49X39* (Parsons), £29 8s. 

5 Portrait of Simon Scrope of Danby, 48X38 (Knight), £21. 

6 Portrait of an Officer, in armour, 49^X39 (Leggatt), £10 10s. 

7 Portrait of Judge Jeffreys, 47^X38 (Jeffreys), £27 6s. 

8 Portrait of a Gentleman, in armour, 44 x 35 (Parsons), £10 10s. 

9 Portrait of a Gentleman, with ruff, holding a letter, oval panel — 41 J X 29 

(Parsons), £21. 

10 Portrait of a Lady, in black dress and cap, panel— 39 X32J (Leggatt), £19 19s. 

11 Portrait of Sir Thomas Leigh, oval — 31 X 24 (Leggatt), £8 18s. 6d. 

12 Portrait of Countess Spencer, oval — 29X23 (Permain), £3 13s. 6d. 

13 Portrait of a Gentleman of the Hervey Family, 29X24 (Buttery), £11 us. 

H Portrait of a Gentleman, with coat-of-arms, panel — 34JX27 (Leggatt), 
£11 os. 6d. 

15 Portrait of a Lady, in red dress, oval — 24X18*, (Huggins), £5 15s. 6d. 

16 Portrait of a Lady, in white figured dress, panel — 18 X 13J (Parsons), £36 15s. 

17 Portrait of Eleanor, wife of Jonathan Lovett, Esq., 29X24$ (Simonson), 

£27 6s. 

18 Portrait of a Lady, with a dog, 29^X25 J (Agnew), £57 15s. 

19 Portrait of Edward Montagu, First Earl of Sandwich, 49JX40 (Castile), 

£136 10s. 

20 Portrait of Sir Stephen Tempest, 29X24 (Knight), £11 us. 

21 ■ Portrait of Frances, wife of Sir Stephen Tempest, 29X24 (Agnew), £105. 

22 Portrait of John, First Marquis of Hamilton, panel — 28$ X 24 (Agnew), £31 10s. 

23 Portrait of Thomas Southcrne, dramatist, oval — 29X25 (Leggatt), £2 12s. 6d. 

24 Portrait of Edward Sackville, Earl of Dorset, 28 X22J (Ceilings), £7 7s. 

25 Portrait of a Gentleman, wearing an Order, oval — 28^x23 (Hartley), £5 5s. 

26 Portrait of a Gentleman, in black dress, 29 X 24J (Parsons), £8 8s. 

27 Portrait of Sir Thomas Daniel, oval — 29x24 (Simonson), £35 14s. 

28 Portrait of a Gentleman, in dark slashed dress, panel — 27x22$- (Parsons) 

£8 8s. 

29 Portrait of Sir Francis Bacon, oval panel — 27X20 (Parsons), £5 15s. 6d. 

30 Portrait of a Gentleman, in armour, wearing an Order, 26^X22 (Leggatt), 

£17 17s- 

31 Portrait of a Gentleman, in armour, 25! X20 (Van Duren), £8 18s. 6d. 

32 Portrait of a Gentleman, in black slashed dress, 24$ X 19I (Shepherd), £11 us. 

33 Portrait of James II, in armour ; and Portrait of General Thomas Tollcmache, 

29X24 (Leggatt), £14 3s. 6d. 



62 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

34 Portrait of Christopher Tancred, Esq., of Whixley ; and Portrait of a Gentle- 

man, in armour, holding a gun (Paris), £4 14s. 6d. 

35 Portrait of a Gentleman, in red coat, panel ; and Portrait of a Gentleman, in 

armour (Collings), £4 4s. 

36 Portrait of Sir Thomas Watson ; and Portrait of Mary, wife of E. Pratt, Esq. 

(Parsons), £4 4s. 

37 Portrait of Sir Philip Musgrave ; and Portrait of Sir Edward Honeywood 

(Musgrave), £12 12s. 

38 Van der Banck, J., 1732, Portrait of Margaret, second wife of Sir John Hynde 

Cotton, Bart., 48^X39! (Parsons), £17 17s. 

39 Beale, Mary, Portrait of Barbara Villiers, Duchess of Cleveland, oval — 29X24 

(Agnew), £10 10s. 

40 Beale, Mary, Portrait of Abraham Cowley, oval — 29^X24^ (Agnew), £21. 

41 Beale Mary, Portrait of Sir Matthew Dudley, Bart., 48 x 3!>£ (Agnew), £120 15s. 

42 Dobson, W., Portrait of Colonel Sir John Hanmer, oval — 29J X 24! (Shepherd), 

£19 19s. 

43 Dobson, W., Portrait of Inigo Jones, 25^X20^ (Rutley), £9 9s. 

44 Dutch School, Portraits of Edmund D'Oyley, Esq., of Shottesham. Norfolk ; 

and Mrs. D'Oyley ; in sculptured niches, a pair — 33X26 (Partridge, Lewis 
and Simmons), £115 10s. 

45 Early English School, Portrait of a Lady, with green sash, 29X24 (Ronton), 

£126. 

46 Early English School, Portrait of Ernest Augustus, Duke of Cumberland 

when a boy, 23X19 (Leggatt), £33 12s. 

47 Hanneman, A., Portrait of a Lady, in brown dress, oval — 28^X23$ (Renton), 

£13 13s. 

48 Heins, D., 1741, Portrait of Lady Gooch, wife of Sir Thomas Gooch, Bart. 

Chaplain to Queen Anne — oval 29X24 (Fulhite), £12 12s. 

49 Van der Heist, Portrait of a Lady, with white collar, panel ; and Portrait of 

a Gentleman, with white ruff (Howard), £29 8s. 

50 Van den Hoecke, J., Portrait of a General, in armour, 28X23 (Van Duren), 

£<) 9s. 

51 Hogarth, Portrait of Mrs. Sarah Trimmer, 2gJX24i (Paris), £5 5s. 

52 Van Honthorst, G., Portrait of a Gentleman, in slashed dress, oval — 29X24^ 

(Agnew), £42. 

53 Hudson, T., Portrait-of Catherine, first wife of Sir Robert Walpole, first Earl 

of Orford, 49X38 (Leggatt), £23 2s. 

54 Hudson, T., Portrait of a Lady, in blue dress, 30X25 (Connell), £25 4s. 

55 Hudson, T., Portrait of a Lady, in blue dress and lace cap, 29^X24^ (Rutley), 

56 Hudson, T., Portrait of Deborah, wife of Edward Morton Pleydell, Esq., oval — 

29X24 (Sulley), £39 1 8s. 

57 Hudson, T., Portrait of Annabella, wife of John Plumpton, Esq., 29X234 

(Connell), £15 15s. 

58 Janssens, C, 1636, Portrait of Lady Bowyer, oval — 29X24 (Agnew), £94 10s. 

59 Janssens, C.,1636, Portrait of a Gentleman, in dark dress, oval — 29 X 24 (Agnew), 

£115 10s. 

60 Janssens, C, Portrait of Sir John Webb of Odstock and Canford, oval — 29 X 24i 

(Cohen), £73 10s. 

61 Janssens, C, Portrait of a Lady, with white ruff, oval panel — 25 X 20 (Shepherd), 

£21- 



November 19, 1910. 63 

62 Janssens, C, Portrait of J. de Witt, State-Officer of Holland, 41 x 32 (Partridge, 

Lewis & Simmons), £81 18s. 

63 Kneller, Sir G., Portrait of Margaret Sawyer, Countess of Pembroke, 48^X39 

(Agnew), £73 10s. 

64 Kneller, Sir G., Portrait of Lady Packington, 49X39 (Ren ton), £29 8s. 

65 Kneller, Sir G., Portrait of Elizabeth, wife of Charles, third Lord Cornwallis, 

47X37 (Richardson), £15 153. 

66 Kneller, Sir G., Portrait of Elizabeth, daughter of David Lambert, Esq., of 

Perrotts, 48IX3S i (Parsons), £24 33. 

67 Kneller, Sir G., Portrait of the Duchess of Portsmouth, 49iX39 (Schwarz), 

£44 2S. 

68 Kneller, Sir G., Portrait of Joseph Addison, 49X39 (Parsons), £16 163. 

69 Kneller, Sir G., Portrait of a Gentleman, holding a book, 49X39 (Parsons), 

£44 25. 

70 Kneller, Sir G., Portrait of Mary, wife of John Langrishe, Esq., oval — 29} X 24! 

(Jeffreys), £9 9s. 

71 Kneller, Sir G., Portrait of Sir Hans Sloane, oval — 29X24 (Stone), £13 13s. 

72 Kneller, Sir G., Portrait of Sir Thomas Bellingham, oval — 29X24 (Agnew), 

£13 13s. 

73 Kneller, Sir G., Portrait of Sir David Collier, 29X24 (Shepherd), £21. 

74 Kneller, Sir G., Portrait of Lady Stepney, 48^X39 (Ceilings), £16 16s. 

75 Kneller, Sir G., Portrait of Simon, First Viscount Harcourt, 48x39 (Leggatt), 

£32 ns. 

76 Kneller, Sir G., Portrait of John Hutton, Esq.,of Marske, 49X39 (Paris), £12 12s. 

77 Kneller, Sir G., Portrait of Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, 29J X 24I (Howard), 

£10 103. 

78 Kneller, Sir G., Portrait of George I, in armour, oval — 29 X24 (Renton), £8 8s. 

79 Kneller, Sir G., Portrait of Sir James Montagu, oval — 29X24 (Collings), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

80 Kneller, Sir G., Portrait of a Lady, in red cloak, oval ; and Portrait of a Lady, 

in red and green dress (Rutley), £4 4s. 

81 Lely, Sir P., Portraits of the Prince and Princess of Orange, 55 X 70 (Cohen),£2io. 

82 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of Jaue, wife of Sir Andrew St. John, 49 X 39J (Shepherd), 

£94 103. 

83 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of Elizabeth, wife of Sir Philip Anstruther, 49 x 40 (Carlisle), 

£89 53- 

84 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of Sir Philip Anstruther, 49 X40 (North), £52 10s. 

85 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of Lady Skeffington, 48X38 (Leggatt), £152 5s. 

86 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of Elizabeth, wife of Sir Thomas Strickland, 49X39 

(Agnew), £147. 

87 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of Elizabeth Floyer, wife of Thomas Kynnersley, Esq., 

43J-X33J (Agnew), £136 103. 

88 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of William, third Lord Byron ; ToDg Castle Collection 

1870; 47X39I (Agnew), £141 15s. 

89 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of James II, in armour, 49X39J (Agnew), £99 15s. 

90 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of John Maitland, Duke of Lauderdale, 44IX39} (Shep- 

herd), £105. 

91 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of a Gentleman (said to be the artist), 29X25 (Agnew), 

£14 14s- 

92 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of a Lady, in white dress, with blue scarf, oval — 

29X24 (Schwarz), £14 14s. 



64 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

93 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of George Morley, Bishop of Winchester, 29^ X 25^ ; 

engraved by G. Vertue (Shepherd), £10 10s. 

94 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of J. Stone, Esq., of Brightwell, in armour, 49X38 

(Carlisle), £89 5 s. 

95 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of Mr-. Stone, 49X39 (Carlisle), £136 10s. 

96 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of Sarah, Lady Bunbury, 49X39 (Leggatt), £68 5?. 

97 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of Lady Anne Montagu, 49X39 (Roe), £15 15s. 

98 Lely, Sir P.. Portrait of Lady Charlemont, 41X33J (Agnew), £105. 

99 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of Mary, daughter of Sir Thomas Foot, Lord Mayor of 

London, 35JX29 (Cohen), £22 is. 

100 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of Anne, Countess of Sunderland, oval — 29 X 24 (Leggatt), 

£6 6s. 

101 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of Catherine of Braganza, Queen of Charles II, 28X23 

(Renton), £8 8s. 

102 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of Sir William Dugdale, sculptured oval — 29X24 (Shep- 

herd), £27 6s. 

103 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of Anne, Countess of Morton, oval — 27X22 (Leggatt), 

£31 10s. 

104 Mierevelt, Portrait of a Gentleman, panel — 24^X191- (Leggatt), £51 9s. 

105 Mytens, Portrait of James, second Marquis of Hamilton, 29 X 24 (Paris), £23 2s. 

106 Niwael, J. R., Portrait of a Lady, in yellow dress, panel — 28JX23 ; signed, 

and dated 1646 (Rutley), £27 6s. 

107 De Quiter, H., 1725, Portrait of a Gentleman, 30X24J (Paris), £2 2s. 

108 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A. (after), Colonel Tarleton, by Sir W. Beechey, R.A., 

33X23 (Payne & Pawsey), £17 17s. 

109 Reynolds, Sir J., P.RA. (after), Portrait of a Lady, in white lace dress trimmed 

with gold (Renton), £31 10s. 
no Rigaud, Portrait of a Gentleman, in green coat, oval — 31^X25 (J. Richardson), 

£48 6s. 
in Rubens School, Portrait of a Lady, in dark dress, with cap, panel — 22X16J 

(Agnew), £63. 

112 Rubens School, Portrait of a Lady, in dark dress, panel — 24X20 (S. T. Smith), 

£44 2S. 

113 Rubens, Sir P. P. (after), Portrait of Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria, by A. 

Van Diepenbeeck, 41x35 (Agnew), £12 12s. 

114 Soest, G., Portrait of Sir William Godolphin, 28x23 (Gooden & Fox), £23 2s. 

115 Soest, G., Portrait of William Chimnch, Page of the Bedchamber to Charles II, 

29X24 (Agnew), £31 10s. 

116 Spanish School, Portrait of a Gentleman, in dark dress, holding his handker- 

chief, 38JX27 (Leger), £17 17s. 

117 Van Dyck School, Portrait of Sir Francis Howard, 29! X24 (H. Howard), £6 6s. 

118 Van Dyck School, Portrait of James, seventh Lord Ogilvy, 28x22 (Agnew), 

£27 6s. 

119 Van Dyck School, Portrait of Charles I, 28X23 (Huggins), £10 10s. 

120 Van Dyck School, Portrait of a Gentleman, 29X24 (Rutley), £4 14s. 6d. 

121 Van Dyck School, Portrait of a Gentleman (said to be George, Lord Goring), 

294x24 (Nicholson), £18 18s. 

122 Van Dyck, Sir A. (after), Portrait of Anna Sophia Herbert, Countess of Car- 

narvon, 53X42 (Parsons), £33 12s. 

123 Van Dyck, Sir A. (after), Portrait of Sir Christopher Wandesford, 49X39 

(Parsons), £15 15s. 



November 19, 1910. 



124 Van Dyck, Sir A. (after), Portrait of Henrietta Maria; from the Tone; Castle 

Collection, 1870 ; 49X30 (Leggatt), £34 135. 

125 Van Dyck, Sir A. (after), Portrait of the Countess of Morton, by Stone, 38$ x 32! 

(Howard), £39 18s. 

126 Van Dyck, Sir A. (after), Portrait of William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury 

by Stone, 49JX39 (Parsons), £33 12s. 

127 Van Dyck, Sir A. (after), Portraits of Four Children of the Bolingbroke Family, 

by Stone, 49^X39 (Leggatt), £16 16s. 

128 Vaii Dyck, Sir A. (after), The Children of Charles 1, 31^X43$ (Clark), £10 10s. 

129 Van Dyck, Sir A. (after), Portrait of Weston, Earl of Portland, K.G., oval— 

29X24 {Harvey), £7 7s. 

130 Van Dyck, Sir A. (after), Portrait of Philip, Fifth Earl of Pembroke, by Sir 

F. Grant, P.R.A. ; and Portrait of a Lady (Collings), £7 7s. 

131 Van Dyck, Ph., Portraits of Martha and Elizabeth Furley, pair ovals— 29$ X 244 

(Agnew), £5 15s. 6d. 

132 Velasquez (after), Portrait of Philip IV of Spain, in red coat, 49 X 39$ (Richard- 

son), £6 6s. 

133 Veronese, Portrait of Count Guiseppe da Porto, 82X52 (Agnew), £11 ns. 

134 De Vos, Portrait of a Gentleman, in black dress, 44X36$ (Agnew), £13 13s. 

135 De Vries, A., Portrait of Viscount Grandison, panel — 2SJX23 (Manns), £50 8s. 

136 Walker, Portrait of a General (said to be Thomas, Lord Fairfax), 44X35 

(Leggatt), £18 18s. 

137 Walker, Portrait of Sir John Boys, Governor of Donnington Castle, 30X244 

(Shepherd), £22 is. 

138 Waller, Portrait of William Stukeley, Esq., 49 X 39 (Rutley), £21. 

139 Wissing, W., Portrait of Lady Grey, 29X24 (Howard), £21. 

140 Zucchero, Portrait of a Lady, with lace ruff, 28$ X24 (Renton), £120 15s, 

PICTURES. 

141 Baptiste, Marble Bust, surrounded by a garland of flowers and fruit, 52X39 

(Warner), £12 12s. 

142 " Horses and Dogs at a Stream " ; and " The Dice Players " (Renton), £8 8s. 

143 Dutch School, Landscape, with cavalry near an inn ; and a Landscape, with 

cattle, (Huggins) £5 5s. 

144 de Loutherbourgh, P. J., R.A., Landscape, with peasants and animals, 35JX48 

(Huggins), £9 9s. 

145 Mytens, A Lady, as " Diana," with a gentleman kneeling, 39X54$ (Parsons) 

£15 I5S- 

146 Mytens, Landscape, with an angel and a young man, 36x63 (Leggatt), £7 7s 

147 Paul, View near Yarmouth, 19X32 (Schwarz), £6 6s. 

148 Ryckaert, D., Interior of a Studio, with figures, 22X32$ (Agnew), £40 19s. 

149 Snyders, F., " Dogs, dead Deer, and Boor," 46x67 (Renton), £63. 

150 Vinckeboons, D., Party of Ladies and Gentlemen, panel — 28JX40J (Parsons) 

£27 6s. 

151 Watteau (after), Fete Champctre ; A View on the Rhine ; and " Jupiter and 

Senele " (Renton), £29 8s. 

152 Wootton, Landscape, with a hunting party, 32JX43} (Schelskie), £11 ns. 



66 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



November 23, 1 910. Christie's. 

The following were Sold by Order of the Executors of the 
late Edward Harris, Esq., deceased, late of Rydal Villa, 
Sydenham. 

MODERN ENGRAVINGS AND ETCHINGS. 
Framed. 

1 " The End of the Day," after Mason, by Macbeth ; " Harmony," after F. 

Dicksee, by Waltner ; and four others (Smith), £2 2s. 

2 " The Strawberry Girl," by S. Cousins ; " The Mildmay Sea-piece " (Liber 

Studiorum Plate) ; and four others, after Turner (Huggins), £1 is. 

Unframed. 

3 Portraits of L. da Vinci, by R. Morghen ; Albrecht Diirer, by Forster ; and 

others, by Mandel (Eley), £2 12s. 6d. 

4 " The Ansidei Madonna," after Raphael, by Gruner ; " The Madonna della 

Sedia," after the same, by Mandel ; and seven others (Dunthorne) , 
£5 15 s. 6d. 

5 " San Remo " ; " Rossillon " ; and " Trignon," etchings by Appian ; and 

three others (Dunthorne), £3 15s. 

6 " La Bella di Tiziano," by Mandel ; " L'Homme a L'OEillet," by Gaillard 

and five others (Smith), £2 2s. 

7 " Glenartney," by D. Law ; " Coming Home," after Phillips, by Barlow, 

artist's proofs; "Twilight Grey," etc., by J. Knight; and another 
(Armitage), £3 13s. 6d. 

8 " Marlow Ferry : and A Wet Day," after F. Walker, by Macbeth ; " The Half- 

way House," by Heywood Hardy ; and five others (Armitage), £11 os. 6d. 

9 " Lowering the Sail " ; " Gairloch " ; " The Lobster Fishers " ; and " The 

Island Harvest," by Colin Hunter ; and four others (Swift), £6 6s. 

10 "The Forest Pasture," after Jacque; "The Shepherdess," after Millet, by 

Dammon, artist's proof ; and " Haymaking," after Julien Dupre (A. Ward), 
£1 ns. 6d. 

11 " Le Gue," after Corot, by G. Greux, artist's proof; " Pond at Corbigny," 

after Daubigny ; " Evening," after Bernier ; and " Returning to the Fold," 
after Le Rolle, by F. Ourdat, artist's proof (A. Ward), £2 12s. 6d. 

12 " Departure and Return of the Fishing Boats," after Th. Weber — a pair ; 

and seven others (Armitage), £5 5s. 

13 " Parting Day," after Leader, by Debaines ; and two others — artist's proof 

(Dunthorne), £7 17s. 6d. 

14 " The Early Ploughman " ; " The Lonely Tower " — trial proof ; and " The 

Skylark," by S. Palmer (Dunthorne), £11 os. 6d. 

15 " Sunset," after Copley Fielding, by Frank Short ; and another, after Alfred 

East, by the same (Dunthorne), £6 16s. 6d. 

16 " Kensington Gardens " (large plate), etching, by Seymour Haden (Dun- 

thorne), £11 os. 6d. 

17 " Harlech " ; and " Kensington Gardens " (small plate), by the same (Obach), 

£7 7s. 



November 23, 1910. 67 

18 " Breaking up of the ' Agamemnon ' " ; the Mezzotint, by the same (Parsons), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

19 "The Approach to Venice," after J. M. W. Turner, by R. Wallis — artist's 

proof (Dunthorne), £9 19s. 6d. 

20 " A Lecture Chez Diderot," after Meissonier, by L. Monzies — remarque proof, 

signed ; and " Napoleon," by L. Ruet (Tooth), £15 15s. 

21 "Aries — L'Eglise des Dominicains " ; "A Swedish River"; and "Going 

his Rounds " — etchings by A. H. Haig (Dunthorne), £6 6s. 

22 " The North Porch, Chartres," by the same (Fine Art Society), £6 16s. 6d. 

23 " Westminster Abbey " ; "View of St. Edmund's Chapel," by the same 

(Dunthorne), £& 8s. 

24 " Street Scene and Cathedral, Chartres," by the same (Dunthorne), £iz 125. 

25 " The Cathedral of Chartres," by the same (Dunthorne), £13 13s. 

26 and 27 " Lavinia, Countess Spencer," after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. Cousins — ■ 

artist's proof, and " The Hon. Anne Bigham," after and by the same — 
artist's proof (Fine Art Society), £25 4s. 

28 " The Age of Innocence," after and by the same — engraver's proof (Agnew), 

£?9S. 

29 " Simplicity," after and by the same — engraver's proof (Agnew), £9 9s. 

30 " Penelope Boothby," after and by the same — engraver's proof (Leggatt), 

£4 4S. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

Artist's proofs. 

31 " Sporting Dogs," after T. Binks — a set of four ; " The Five Senses," after 

Sperling ; and two others (Marshall), £4 14s. 6d. 

32 " Dante's Dream," after Rossetti ; " Laus Veneris," after Burne-Jones ; 

" Hon. Mrs. Graham," after Gainsborough, by Waltner ; and two others 
(Dunthorne), £7 17s. 6d. 

33 " Fast Falls the Eventide," after Leader, by Chauvel ; " In a Welsh Valley," 

and " An Old English Manor House," by and after the same (Grindlay and 
Palmer), £12 12s. 

34 " Summer Breezes," and " Flowers in the Field," after Margetson, by Cother 

Webb ; two others by the same ; " The Cast Shoe," by Macbeth ; and 
another (Marshall), £4 14s. 6d. 

35 " Jena," after Meissonier, by Coppier ; " Portrait of the Sergeant," after the 

same, by Chiquet ; " The Sign Painter," after the same, by Jamas ; and 
another — remarque proofs (Brail), £10 10s. 

36 " Napoleon III and his Staff," after the same, by Laguillermie ; and three 

others — remarque proofs (Ward), £7 17s. 6d. 

37 " Marriage by Register," after Dendy Sadler, by W. Boucher ; " Friday," 

by and after the same ; and three others — remarque proofs (Turner), 
£11 os. 6d. 

38 " Should auld Acquaintance," by Herbert Dicksee ; " Viscount Grandison," 

after Vandyck, by Mathey ; and another (Brail), £6 6s. 

39 " Mrs. Sheridan," after Gainsborough, by Greenhead ; " Little. Sunshine," 

after Sant, by the same ; and two by Wehrschmidt (Brail), £3 3s. 

40 " Mrs. Carnac," after Sir J. Reynolds, by Scott Bridgwater ; and " Mrs. 

William Hope," after the same, by J. D. Miller (Brail). £5 5s. 



68 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



41 " Lady Caroline Montague as ' Winter,' " after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. Cousins ; 

" Lady Wallscourt," after Sir T. Lawrence, by T. Appleton ; and " Sir 
Henry Irving," after H. Moore (Brail), £1 is. 

42 " Miss Elphinstone," after Hoppner, by J. C. Webb ; and " Mrs. Musters," 

after Sir J. Reynolds, by E. Stamp (Brail), £2 2s. 

43 " Mrs. Robinson as ' Perdita,' " after Gainsborough, by Gerald Robinson ; 

" My Lady Fair," after F. Dicksee, by Norman Hirst ; and " Mrs. Murchi- 
son," after Raeburn, by Hester (Eley), £4 14s. 6d. 

44 " Lady Acland and children," after Sir T. Lawrence, by Greenhead ; " Countess 

Gower and child," after the same, by M. Cormack ; and " Lady Hamilton 
at prayer," after Romney, by Leslie Haynes (Huggins), £3 13s. 6d. 

45 " Nutting," after Gainsborough, by A. Mathey (Brail), £1 is. 

46 " Lady Douglas," after Gainsborough, by Jamas ; " Mrs. Robinson," after 

the same, by Arendzen (Brail), £1 is. 

47 " Mrs. Hallett," after Gainsborough, by Mathey ; and " The Milkmaid," after 

Greuze, by J. Jacquet — remarque proofs (Grindlay), £5 15s. 6d. 

48 " Mrs. William Urquhart, after Sir H. Raeburn, by E. Stamp ; and " Mrs. 

Stewart," after and by the same (Brail), £2 2s. 

49 " Countess of Darnley and daughter," after Hoppner, by J. B. Pratt (Brown- 

low), £3 3s. 

50 " Mrs. Glyn," after G. Romney ; and " Miss Selina Beresford," after Hoppner, 

by the same (Brail), £3 3s. 

51 " Lady Hamilton as ' A Bacchante,' " after V. Le Brun ; and " Miss Ross," 

after Sir H. Raeburn, by the same (Brail), £4 4s. 

52 " Mrs. Cunliffe-Offley," after Sir T. Lawrence, by Scott Bridgwater (Brail), 

£6 16s. 6d. 

53 " Lady Milnes," after G. Romney, by the same (Allen), £6 6s. 

54 " Duchess of Devonshire," after Downman ; and " Psyche " (Mrs. Berkeley 

Paget), after Hoppner, by the same (Brail), £2 12s. 6d. 

55 " Lady Louisa Manners," after J. Hoppner, by Norman Hirst (Smith), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

56 " Mrs. Irvine Boswell," after Sir H. Raeburn, by the same (Dunthorne), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

57 " Lady Monson," after Romney ; and " Lady Charlotte Greville," after 

Hoppner, by the same (Agnew), £11 us. 

The following were sold by Order of the Executrix of the 
late H. G. Crewe, Esq., deceased, late of Pendennis House, 
Singleton Road, Kersal, Manchester. 

Un/ramed. 

58 " La Cruche Cassee," after Greuze, by Laguillermie ; and " Lady Crosbie," 

after Sir J. Reynolds, by Clouston — artist's proofs (Rogers), £3 13s. 6d. 

59 " The Mob Cap," after Hoppner, by Hewlett ; and " Lady Hamilton," after 

Romney, by the same — artist's proofs (Rogers), £3 13s. 6d. 

60 " My Lady Fair," after F. Dicksee, by Norman Hirst ; and " The Mob Cap," 

after Hoppner, by Hewlett — artist's proofs (Brown), £3 13s. 6d. 

61 " Countess Grosvenor," after Lawrence, by Greenhead ; and " Countess of 

Oxford," after Hoppner, by Clouston — artist's proofs (Brown), £4 4s. 

62 " Master Lambton," after Lawrence, by C. Waltner — -remarque proof on vel- 

lum ; and " La Cruche Cassee," after Greuze, by Laguillermie — artist's 
proof (Dunthorne), £6 6s. 



November 23, 1910. 69 



63 " Georgina, Duchess of Devonshire," after Gainsborough, by T. G. Appleton 

— artist's proof (Tooth), £4 4s. 

64 Two impressions of the same (Tooth), £6 6s. 

65 " Innocence," after Greuze, by the same ; and " The Countess of Mexborough," 

after Hoppner, by the same — artist's proofs (Tooth), £4 4s. 

66 "The Hon. Mr. Graham," after Gainsborough " ; " Innocence," after Greuze 

and " Nature," after SirT. Lawrence, by Appleton — artist's proofs (Rowley), 
£5 15s. 6d. 

67 " The First of September," after Dendy Sadler, by Lowenstam — two impres- 

sions, artist's proofs ; and " The Wedding Morn," after the same, by 
Boucher — remarque proof (Lefevre), £7 17s. 6d. 

68 " The Tapestry Weavers," after Velasquez, by Macbeth ; and " The Garden 

of Love," after Titian, by the same — two impressions (Dunthorne), 
£6 16s. 6d. 

69 " Bacchus and Ariadne," after Titian, by Macbeth — two impressions, artist's 

proofs (Taylor), £5 15s. 6d. 

70 Two impressions of the same — artist's proofs (Taylor), £5 5s. 

71 " The Fishmonger's Shop " ; and " The Plough," after F. Walker, by the 

same — artist's proofs (Brown), £4 4s. 

72 Two impressions of the same (Brown), £4 4s. 

73 " The Bathers " ; and " The Fish Shop," after and by the same — artist's 

proofs (Taylor), £2 25. 

74 " A Pastoral Symphony " ; " Return from Milking " ; and *' The May of 

Life," after Mason, by the same — artist's proofs (Mason), £7 7s. 

75 " When Willows Whiten," after Keeley Halswelle, by B. Debaines ; and 

" Great Marlow," after Vicat Cole, by the same — artist's proofs (Marshall), 
£5 15s. 6d. 

76 " Over the Hills and far away," after Sir J. E. Millais, by the same ; and 

" Murthly Moss," by and after the same — artist's proofs (Williams), 
£7 17s. 6d. 

77 " Over the Hills and far away," by and after the same — artist's proofs, two 

impressions (Williams), £5 5s. 

78 " Glimmering Light," after B. W. Leader ; and " Eel bucks at Goring," after 

W. Muller, by the same — artist's proofs (Coke), £6 6s. 

79 " When Morning Gilds the Sky," after B. W. Leader " ; and " Glimmering 

Light," after and by the same — artist's proofs (Brown), £3 13s. 6d. 

80 " Sabrina's Stream " ; and " A Wet Roadside," after the same, by Chauvel — 

artist's proofs (Dunthorne), £11 os. 6d. 

81 " Moorland and Mist," after Peter Graham, by J. B. Pratt — artist's proof 

(Dunthorne), £6 16s. 6d. 

82 " Lady Wrottesley," after Hoppner, by Norman Hirst — artist's proof (Gooden 

and Fox), £11 lis. 
S3 " Mrs. Cuthbert," after Sir T. Lawrence, by Pratt — artist's proof (Agnew), 
£11 us. 

84 " The Misses Cartaret-Hardy," after and by the same — artist's proof (Agnew) 

£5 5S. 

85 " Mrs. Tickell," after Romney ; and " Miss Selina Beresford," after Hoppner, 

by the same — artist's proofs (Rogers), £2 2s. 

86 " Mrs. Gregory," after Raeburn, by the same — artist's proof (Agnew), £9 9s. 

87 " Miranda " (whole-length), after Hoppner, by Scott Bridgwater — artist's 

proof (Scott), £13 13s. 



■jo ART PRICES CURRENT. 

88 Another impression of the same (Tooth), £13 2s. 6d. 

89 " Mrs. Banks," after Romney, by the same — artist's proof (Brown), £4 4s. 

90 " The Frankland Children," after Hoppner, by the same — artist's proof (Tooth), 

£16 5s. 6d. 

91 " The Baiser envoye," after Greuze ; and " Lady Hamilton as ' Emma,' " 

after Romney, by the same — artist's proofs (Brown), £3 13s. 6d. 

92 " Mr. Cunliffe-Offley," after Sir T. Lawrence, by the same — artist's proof 

(Colnaghi), £4 4s. 

93 Another impression of the same (Colnaghi), £6 6s. 

94 " Lady Waldegrave," after Hoppner, by the same — artist's proof (Brown), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

95 " Lady Leitrim and child," after Sir T. Lawrence, by the same — artist's proof 

(Colnaghi), £6 16s. 6d. 

96 Haig, A. H., " Westminster — Entrance to Poet's Corner " ; " View of Chancel, 

South Transept " ; " A Dark Corner, Henry VII's Chapel " — two 
impressions ; and " The Cloisters " (Dunthorne), £6 6s. 

97 Haig, A. H., " Westminster Abbey — Interior," a series of five plates (Dun- 

thorne), £7 7s. 

98 Haig, A. H., " Westminster — The South Transept " — two impressions ; " The 

Cloisters " — two impressions ; " The Round Tower, Windsor " ; and " Col- 
ogne, St. Maria de Capitol " (Dunthorne), £7 7s. 

99 Haig, A. H., " Washing Day — Chartres " — seven impressions (Dunthorne), 

£14 14s. 

100 Haig, A. H., " Canterbury from the Stour " ; and " Canterbury Cathedral — 

the exterior" (Fine Art Society), £3 13s. 6d. 

101 Haig, A. H., " Lubeck — Waiting for the Ferry"; " Schloss Zwingenburg 

on the Necker " ; and " A Hill Town in Navarre " (Fine Art Society), 
£5 15s. 6d. 

102 Haig, A. H., " Schloss Zwingenburg on the Necker " — two impressions ; and 

" Aries — L'Eglise des Dominicains " (Bailey), £2 12s. 6d. 

103 Haig, A. H., " Aries — L'Eglise des Domincains " — three impressions (Dun- 

thorne), £4 4s. 

104 Haig, A. H., " Magdalen College, Oxford " ; and " Canterbury Cathedral — 

The Pilgrims' Aisle " (Fine Art Society), £13 2s. 6d. 

105 Haig, A. H., " Segovia — -The Alcazar " ; and " The Floating Market, Stock- 

holm " (Dunthorne), £4 4s. 

106 Haig, A. H., " Pampluna — Returning from the Fair " (Dunthorne), £4 4s. 

107 Haig, A. H., another impression (Dunthorne), £4 14s. 6d. 

108 Haig, A. H., two impressions (Dunthorne), £9 gs. 

109 Haig, A. H., two impressions (Dunthorne), £10 10s. 

no Haig, A. H., " At the Fountain of St. George," (Dunthorne), £8 8s. 

in Haig, A. H., " Limberg on the Lahn " (Dunthorne), £8 8s. 

112 Haig, A. H., another impression (Dunthorne), £8 8s. 

113 Haig, A. H., another impression (Dunthorne), £9 gs. 

114 Haig, A. H., two impressions (Dunthorne), £17 17s. 

115 Haig, A. H., two impressions (Dunthorne), £17 17s. 

116 Haig, A. H., "Amiens Cathedral— the interior" (Obach), £7 17s. 6d. 

117 Haig, A. H., another impression (Tooth), £7 17s. 6d. 

118 Haig, A. H., two impressions (Fine Art Society), £15 4s. 6d. 

119 Haig, A. H., " Notre Dame — Paris" ; and " San Juan — Toledo" (Fine Art 

Society), £11 lis. 



November 23, 1910. 71 

120 Haig, A. H., " Westminster Abbey — View from St. Edmund's Chapel " (Dun- 

thorne), £5 15s. 6d. 

121 Haig, A. H., another impression (Dunthonu ■), £6 16s. 6d. 

122 Haig, A. H., another impression (Dunthorne), £7 7s. 

123 Haig, A. H., two impressions (Dunthorne), £14 14s. 

124 Haig, A. H.. " Westminster Abbey — North Chancel Aisle" (Dunthorne), 

£3 3S- 

125 Haig, A. H., " Magdalen College— Oxford " (Dunthorne), £5 5s. 

126 Haig, A. H., another impression (Tooth), £5 15s. 6d. 

127 Haig, A. H., two impressions (Dunthorne), £12. 

128 Haig, A. H., " The Basilica of St. Giles at Aries " (Dunthorne), £8 8s. 

129 Haig, A. H., another impression (Dunthorne), £8 8s. 

130 Haig, A. H., " Tarragona Cathedral — View of Chancel " (Dunthorne), £10 10s. 

131 Haig, A. H., " Palencia — The Troscoro " (Frost), £13 2s. 6d. 

132 Haig, A. H., *' Cefalu Cathedral " (Frost), £17 17s. 

133 Haig, A. H., " Venice — St. Mark's, Exterior" (Tooth), £11 os. 6d. 

134 Haig, A. H., " Venice — St. Mark's, Interior " (Obach), £20 gs. 6d. 

135 Haig, A. H., " Interior of Toledo Cathedral " (Grindlay), £30 19s. 6d. 

136 Cousins, S., " H.R.H. Prince Albert," after J. Lucas ; " The Duke of Welling- 

ton," after the same ; and " Sir Thos. Munro," after M. A. Shee — proofs 
(Parker), £2 12s. 6d. 

137 Cousins, S., " Algernon, Fourth Duke of Northumberland," after Sir F. Grant 

— proof before letters ; " Lord Clyde," after the same ; " Sir Thomas 
Munro," after M. A. Shee ; ,and " Colonel Wilson Pattern " (Parker), £4 4s. 

138 Cousins, S., " Sir Thomas Lawrence," after himself ; and Portrait of Samuel 

Cousins, after E. Long — proofs (Parsons), £3 3s. 

139 Cousins, S., " Tne Earl of Durham," after Lawrence ; " Sir Jas. Moncrieff," 

after Gordon ; " The Earl of Jersey," after Phillips ; and three others — 
proofs (Carter), £4 14s. 6d. 

140 Cousins, S., " Lord Grantham," after W. Robinson ; " Sir Henry Rawlinson," 

after Phillips — proof before letters ; " Earl Spencer " ; and two others 
(Davey), £2 2s. 

141 Cousins, S., " Sir John Coleridge," after Mrs. Carpenter ; " Sir John Paterson," 

after the same ; " Lord Canterbury," after Pickersgill ; and five others 
(Carter), £23 2s. 

142 Cousins, S., " Dr. Sumner," after Mrs. Carpenter ; " Dr. Coplestone," after 

Shee ; and five other portraits of Divines (Parsons), £2 2s. 
J43 Cousins, S., " The Rev. E. Cogan," after Phillips ; " Dr. Sumner," after Shee ; 
and six other portraits of Divines (Parsons), £2 2s. 

144 Cousins, S., " The Rev. C. Readshaw," after Ellerby ; and seven other portraits 

of Divines (Parsons), £r 15s. 

145 Cousins, S., " The Maid and Magpie," after Sir E. Landseer — artist's proof 

(Russell), £1 ns. 6d. 

146 Cousins, S., " Bolton Abbey in the olden Time," after the same (Carter), 

£5 5S. 

147 Cousins, S., " A Midsummer Night's Dream," after the same (Grindlay), 

£6 16s. 6d. 

148 Cousins, S., " The Connoisseurs," after the same — artist's proof (Bailey), 

£3 13s- 6d. 

149 Cousins, S., " The Golden Pippin," after Greuze — artist's proof ; and " ]Beatrice 

Cenci," after Guido Reni (Rogers), £2 12s. 6d. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



150 Cousins, S., " The Infant Samuel," after Sant ; " A Message from the Sea," 

after Howard ; and " Benedicta," after F. Dicksee — artist's proofs (Leg- 
gatt), £5 15s. 6d. 

151 Cousins, S., " Pomona," after Sir J. E. Millais ; and " My First Minuet," after 

the same — artist's proofs (Carter), £3 13s. 6d. 

152 Cousins, S., " Miss Bowles," after Sir J. Reynolds — artist's proof (Leggatt),£5 5s. 

153 Cousins, S., " Miss Penelope Boothby," after the same — artist's proof (Leggatt). 

£9 9S- 

154 Cousins, S.," Sir Thos. Lawrence," after himself — first state (Rogers), £1 ns. 6d. 

155 Cousins, S.," Robert Burns," after A. Nasymth, by W. Walker and S. Cousins — 

proof, with dedication line (Maggs), £18 18s. 

156 Cousins, S., " Elizabeth, Countess Grey, and children," after Sir T. Lawrence — 

third state, with title (Maggs), £19 19s. 

157 Cousins, S., " Miss Croker," after the same (W. Sabin), £6 6s. 

158 Cousins, S., " Mrs. Wolff," after the same — second state (Maggs), £10 10s. 

159 Cousins, S., " La Surprise," after Dubuffe, by S. W. Reynolds (Peters), £4 4s. 



November 26, 1910. 73 



November 26, 1910. Christie's. 

Modern Pictures and Drawings. 

The following were sold by Order of the Executrix of 
H. G. Crews, Esq., deceased, late of Pendennis House, 
Singleton Road, Kersal, Manchester. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Allingham, H., " Nestlers," 8Jx6f (Frost & Reed), £24 33. 

2 Allingham, H., " On the Beach," 6X5f (J. King), £8 18s. 6d. 

3 Barret, G., " River Scene," 7$Xio£ (J. King), £8 18s. 6d. 

4 Bentley, C, " Shipping at the Entrance to a Harbour," i2iXiS£ (Bowden), 

£6 1 6s. 6d. 

5 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1879, "Coast Scene, with soldiers," 5JX9J (Sampson), 

£10 10s. 
6' Caffierri, H., 1875, " Geraniums in a Jug," 13X10J (Sampson), £1 is. 

7 Cattermole, C, i860, " Giving Alms " ; and " Inspecting the Treasures " — a 

pair, i2£Xio (Dell), £8 8s. 

8 Cattermole, G., " Brigands," 11JX7J (W. Permain), £5 15s. 6d. 

9 Cook, W., 1874, " Sheep-Wold, North Devon " ; and " Mount Edgcumbe, 

Plymouth Sound: Morning" (Dell), £2 12s. 6d. 

10 Cooper, T. S., R.A., " River Scene," with sailing boat, 6x8 (Sampson), £10 10s. 

11 Cristall, J., 1843, " At the Spring, Barmouth," 21 X 15* (Sampson), £5 15s. 6d. 

12 Cristall, J., 1842, " The Washing Pool," 8xir (Sampson), £2 2s. 

13 Duncan, E., 1870, " Ferrying Ship across the Medway," 10JX23 (Sampson), 

£21- 

14 Earp, H., " Swiss Mountain Scene," 11X17$ (Peters), £1 5s. 

15 Fielding, C, " Loch Awe : Cattle Watering," 9^X14 (Mitchell), £12 is. 6d. 

16 Foster, Birket, " Italian Lake Scene," njx 17J (Connell), £102 18s. 

17 Foster, Birket, " Pick-a-Back " — -vignette (Sampson), £34 13s. 

18 Foster, Birket, " Fruit-Stall, Genoa," 5JX3J (Sampson), £31 10s. 

19 Foster, Birket, "The Porch, Quimper Cathedral," 5£X3$ (Sampson), £21. 

20 Gastineau, H., " View in South Wales," 13 X i7j (H. L. Rutley), £12 12s. 

21 Haghe, L., 1869, " Early Instruction," 10X12 (Provis), £12 12s. 

22 Jenkins, J. J., 1854 " Gathering Flowers," 17JX13 (Dell), £2 153., 

23 Kilburne, G. G., 1880, " la the Garden," 17JX13 (J. Collings), £7 17s. 6d. 

24 Kilburne, G. G., 1872, " Going for the Milk," 8£x 10J (Newman), £2 2s. 

25 Kilburne, G. G., " Morning Greeting," nJxSi (Bowden), £9 9s. 

26 Liverseege, H., " Meditation," 8£x6 (Sampson), £1 is. 

27 Marks, H. S., R.A., " The Bookworm," loixSJ (Tooth), £11 us. 

28 Mole, J. H., 1858, " The Trysting Place " ; and " He Cometh Not, she Said," 

(King), £19 19s. 

29 Mole, J. H, 1867, " The Young Gleaner," oval — 11 X9J (Dell), £4 14s. 6d. 

30 Morgan, Fred, " All Gathered," 23^X154 (Sampson), £18 18s. 

31 Penley, E. A., 1871, " Hilly River Scenes" — a set of three, 4XioJ (King), 

£3 13s. 6d. 



74 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

32 Prout, S., " Ruins of a Temple," with figures, 17 x nj (Gooden & Fox), £32 lis. 

33 Prout, S., " An Old Well," 14} X 10J (Palser), £8 18s. 6d. 

34 Prout, S., " View in an Old Town," 12X9 (Palser), £10 10s. 

35 Radford, E., " Ready for the Chase," 15JX11} (Sampson), £11 ns. 

36 Read, S., " Interior of a Church," 22jXi7j; collection of C. Seely, Esq., 

1886 (Provis), £8 18s. 6d. 

37 Reed, J. C, 1861, " River Scene," with waterfall, 16J X25J (Dell), £2 12s. 6d. 

38 Rossiter, J., " A Game at Bowls," g|X7f (J. Collings), £1 ns. 6d. 

39 Rossiter, J., " In the Wood," 7|X5| (J. Collings), £1 15s. 

40 Rowbotham, C, 1880, " The Bay of Sorrento •" ; and " Isolu San Julio, Lago 

d'Orta," a pair — 9X7 (Connell), £6 6s. 

41 Rowbotham, T. L., 1864, " Italian Landscape," 17x25^ (Sampson), £14 14s. 

42 Shalders, G., 1865, " Sheep in a Meadow," 12 X 19 (Mitchell), £18 7s. 6d. 

43 Shalders, G., 1872 ," Landscape in Surrey," 9J X 17 (Vicars), £15 4s. 6d. 

44 Sharpe, Louisa, "A Happy Family," 24JX31J (Mitchell), £10 10s. 

45 Simoni, G., 1884, " The Duet," iiJXgj (Bowden), £8 8s. 

46 Stephanoff, F. P., " The Audience Chamber," 21 X 25 (Provis), £7 7s. 

47 Tayler, F., " Interesting News," 20JX27I (Sampson), £10 10s. 

48 Thorne-Waite, R., " Roses in a Vase," i2£Xgi (Sampson), £1 10s. 

49 Varley, J., 1841, " Italian Landscape," io£X22 (McMicking), £14 14s. 

50 Varle3% J., " View over a River," 7J-X ioj (Gooden & Fox), £13 2s. 6d. 

51 Wilde, W., 1S67, "Wood Scene: Sportsman and dogs," 11X15J (Sampson), 

£4 4S. 

52 Willis, H. B., " Near Guildford : Cattle watering," njxigj (Connell), £27 6s. 

53 Willis, H. B., 1S62, " Cattle in a Meadow," 8£ X 13J (Vicars), £11 os. 6d. 

54 Willis, H. B., 1862, " Driving Cattle," near Portmadoc, North Wales, 6JXI2J 

(Mitchell), £6 6s. 

55 Willis, H. B., 1883, " View of Moel-y-Gest," near Portmadoc, from Harlech 

Sands, 6JXni (Mitchell), £5 15s. 6d. 

56 Wyld, W., " View in a Foreign Town," 9JX6J (Sampson), £3 3s. 

PICTURES. 

57 Baxter, C, " Meditation," 10^X9 (Sampson), £4 4s. 

58 Beavis, R., 1876, " Squally Weather on the Maas," 12X20 (Provis), £10 10s. 

59 Chambers, G., " Off Dover," 31IX41 (Provis), £11 ns. 

60 Chambers, G., " The Fishing-Boat," panel — n£x8£ (Amor), £1 ns. 6d. 

61 Chambers, G., " Fishing-Boat," off the coast, panel — 9 X 12J (Provis), £9 9s. 

62 Elmore, A., R.A., " The Countess at Home," nAxi3£ (Provis), £3 13s. 6d. 

63 Elmore, A., R.A., 1875," Ophelia," Royal Academy, 1875 ; isJxgf (Sampson) ; 

£11 os. 6d. 

64 Frere, Ed., 1879, " Writing the Letter," panel — 14X11 (Wallis), £32 ns. 

■65 Frith, W. P., R.A., 1838, " Sir Roger de Covcrley at the Saracen's Head," panel 
— 9}Xi2 (Sampson), £22 is. 

66 Frost, W. E., R.A., " A Sea Nymph " — oval ; and " Cupid " — panel (Sampson), 

£7 7s. 

67 Hering, G. E., " Savona, on the Riviera " ; and " San Remo," a pair — 12J X 18} 

(Provis), £4 4s. 

68 Herring, J. F., Sen., 1855, " Fallow Deer" — a pair — panel, 9jXni (Lister), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

69 Mann, J. H. S., " Sweet Thoughts," oval — ioJx8£ (Farrow), £1 ns. 6d. 

70 Oliver, W., " The Bather," 11JX8J (Jewell), £8 8s. 



November 26, 1910. 75 



71 Pickersgill, F. R., R.A., " Faun and Nymph," circular panel — 24m. (Sampson), 

£15 15s- 

72 Seignac, P., "The Mirror," panel — 13J <io (Mitchell), £8 18s. 6d. 

73 Topham, F. W. W., 1878, ", Promoted " ; painted at Pistoja, igjx 13 J (Provis), 

£12 12s. 

74 Vernon, A. L., "The Peacock," 18X29 (Sampson), £10 10s. 

The following were Sold by Order of the Executors of 
Mrs. Sarah Smith, deceased, late of York House, Alexandra 
Road, N.W. 

DRAWINGS. 

75 Bromley, W., 1866, " Asleep " ; " The Little Cookmaid " ; and " Head of a 

Peasant-Girl," by J. Bouvier, oval (Young), £2 12s. 6d. 

76 Duncan, E., 1835, " Hampstead Heath," 10x14 (Amor), £1 is. 

77 Marshall, W. E., " Feeding Calves," 14JX20I (J. Collings), £3 13s. 6d. 

78 Nash, F.," Bodiam Castle : Cattle watering in the foreground," nix 17 (Dell), 

£1 15s. 

79 Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., 1864, " Welcome," 16JX13 (Sampson), £5 15s. 6d. 
So Topham, F. W., 1872, " In the Hayfield," iSJ X29J (Pawsey & Payne), £42. 

PICTURES. 

81 Hemsley, W., " In a Fix— Black to Move," 13} X17I (Blackall), £9 19s. 6d. 

82 Hillingford, R., " Practising the Court Bow," njxisi (Mitchell), £8. 

83 Horsford, A. J., " A Pleasing Reflection," 27JX35J (Young), £3 13s. 6d. 

84 J. C. Horsley, R.A., 1864, " The New Dress," Royal Academy, 1864, 2gJX37i 

(Legge), £39 1 8s. 

85 Koekkoek, W., "A View in Haarlem," 25^X32 (Roe), £4 4s. 

86 Lobley, J., 1870, "The Last of the Congregation," panel— 12 Xio£ (Smith), 

£i3 13s- 

87 Percy, S. R., " Llyn Teewyn, North Wales," 19$ X 36J (Mitchell), £8 8s. 

88 Stocks, A., 1869, " The Pet Magpie," 19^X14^ (Young), £5 5s. 

Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

fig Bernard, A., " The Jungfrau: Sunset," 16J X26} (Dell), £3 13s. 6d. 

90 Carrick, R., 1880, " Changing Pastures," 13X17! (Ford), £3 13s. 6d. 

91 Glendening, A., 1903, " Gathering Flowers," 14JX10J (Bowden), £12 12s. 

92 Chalmers, H., " In Safety," 15X10J (Young), £2 2s. 

93 Cox, " Watcr-Mill," with wagon and horses, 10 X 14 (Outram), £6 6s. 

PICTURES. 

94 Vincent, " Landscape," with cottages and waggon, 20^X41 (Collings), £7 7s. 

95 Schefier, Ary, " Mignon : Aspirant " ; and " Mignon : Regrcttant " a pair — 

40x20 ; engraved by Francois (Bell) £12 12s. 

96 Horsley, J. C, R.A., " ' Malvolio i' the sun practising behaviour to his own 

shadow ' " — " Twelfth Night," Act II, Scene 5 ; Royal Academy, 1849 ; 
24X29 (Mitchell), £25 4s. 

97 Victro, M., " Head of a Woman," l4$Xni (Grose), £1 10s. 

98 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., " Portraits of Miss Ross and Miss Hayter," a sketch — 

from the Artist's sale, 1874 ; *3}X2.8 (Leger) ; £25 4s. 



76 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

99 Inglis, J. J., R.H.A., 1898, " O'er Moor and Feu," 44^X63 (Bowyer), £2 2s. 

100 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1896, " On the Stour, near Canterbury," 29X49 (Weekes), 

£81 18s. 

101 Glindoni, H. G., " The Council of War, after the Landing of William Prince of 

Orange at Torbay, November, 5th, 1688," Royal Academy, 1888 ; 36X49 
(Sampson) ; £59 17s. 

102 Johnson, C. E., 1893, " A Cattle Pond : Evening," 27J X 39 (Sewell), £10 10s. 

103 Johnson, C. E., 1890, " A Welsh Bridge, CapelCurig," 19^X29* (Sewell), £6 6s. 

104 Webb, C. M., "The Poachers," 35JX49 (Vicars), £31 10s. 

105 Hodgson, J. E., R.A., 1894, " Robert Burns at the Plough, 1785," 61JX23. 

(Aimes) ; £21. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

106 Coutts, Hubert," Hamlet on the Shap Fell," 21^X30 (J. Collings), £6 6s. 

107 Enock, A. H, " Misty Sunrise, Bucldand Wood," 24JX37 (Cross & Phillips), 

£11 ns. 

108 Lloyd, Tom, 1903, "The Nearest Way to the Boats," n§X27i (Sampson), 

£13 13s. 
109I Prout, S., " Old Houses on a River," ioix8£ (Dell), £1 12s. 
no Webb, J., " The Wreck," 14JX21J (Leger), £2 12s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

in Baker, T., 1853, " Scene on the Ogwyn," 19X29J (Lane), £21. 

112 Hardy, Heywood, 1903, " From Cover to Cover," 25X33 (Sampson), £21. 

113 Henshaw, F. H., 1858, " Near Llangollen," 17JX23J (Mitchell), £6 6s. 

114 Jones, C, 1862, " An Avenue," with sheep, 29^X24 (Sampson), £16 16s. 

115 King, Yeend, "Gossiping," 35^X27^ (Sampson), £18 18s. 

116 Nasmyth, " Highland River Scene," 17X23 (Soames), £21. 

117 Stark, "Woody Road," with two peasants, panel — 17JX13J (Mrs. Wilson), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

?-i!.|The following were Sold by Order of the Executors of 
Sir Patteson Nickalls, deceased, late of Chislehurst, Kent. 

DRAWINGS. 

118 Cox, D., " Stream," with anglers ; David Cox Exhibition, Birmingham, 1890 ; 

I4i X 2oJ (Sampson) ; £8 18s. 6d. 

119 Cox, D., " The Village Church " ; and " Sea Study " (Percy), £7 7s. 

PICTURES. 

120^ Calderon, P. H., R.A., 1883, " ' Deep in the shady sadness of a vale . . . Far 
from the Fiery Noon and Eve's one Star" 25^X164 (Fores), £18 18s. 

121 Farquharson, D..A.R.A., 1890-1. " November : Perthshire"; from the collec- 

tion of Dr. A. G. Medwin, 1894 ; i9j-X29£(Wallis) ; £39 18s. 

122 MacWhirter, J., R.A., " Entrance to the Grand Canal, Venice," 19X29 (Amor), 

£V- 

123 Pelouse, L. G., " Outskirts of a Village," 21X29 J (Perry), £42. 



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The following were Sold by Order of the Executors of 
A. J. Elkington, Esq., deceased, late of 25, Hans Road, 
S.W. 

DRAWINGS. 

124 Cooper, T. George, Landscapes : " Morning " and " Evening " — a pair — 13 x 30 

(Rowney), £13 13s. 

125 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1859, " Cattle and Sheep," on the coast, 6JX10J (King), 

£11 ns. 

126 Marny, P., " Two Views in Norman Towns," (Permain), £5 15s. 6d. 

127 Martin, T., " A Guitar Player" ; and " Fishing-Boats in a Harbour," by L. 

Jones (Baker), £4 145. 6d. 

128 Oakley, O., " The Tambourine Girl," 13J X iof(Rowney), £7. 

129 Rowbotham, T. L., " Shoreham, Sussex " ; and " Highland Landscape," a 

pair — 6X12J (Prescott), £10 10s. 

130 Rowbotham, T. L., " At Dolgelly, North Wales " ; and " Cattle Crossing a 

Highland Bridge," (Dell), £2. 

131 Steeple, J., 1856, " A Woodland Path," 13x19 (Rowney), £4 4s. 

132 Whymper, J. W., 1870, " The Windmill," i8JXi7t (W. Permain), £26 5s. 

PICTURES. 

133 Baker, T, 1846, " Mill Stream," with cattle, panel — i2jx8£ (King), £22 is. 

134 De Brackeleer, A., 1844, "Outside the Village Alehouse," panel — 22iXz6i 

(Ramsey), £37 16s. 

135 Coleman, W.S., " Pet Birds," 19^X11} (J. Collings), £5 53. 

136 Dawson, H., 1855, " Carting Hay: Coming storm," 15JX23} (Price), £21. 

137 Early English School, Portrait of James Elkington, Esq., 35X27 (E. Wilson), 

£33 i2 5 - 

138 Hardy, F. D., 1870, " Home from Church," panel — 15J X nj (Newman), £5 5s. 

139 Henshaw, F. H., " Mountainous Landscape," panel — 10JX19J (Vicars), £6 6s. 

140 Henshaw, F. H., " The Port of Civita Vecchia," panel — 5^X n£ (Ramsey), £2. 

141 Horsley, J. C, R.A., " A Secret Interview," 12JX9J (Vicars), £15 15s. 

142 Hublin, E., 1873, " The Sick Child," 37X49 (Mrs. Phillips), £6 6s. 

143 Le Jeune, H., A.R.A., " The Loiterer," I2jxi8i (Sampson), £11 us. 

144 Lewis, C. J., 1872, " Pen Machno," 29JX23 (Price), £3 13s. 6d. 

145 Lidderdale, C. S., 1869-70, " A Prayer for Those at Sea," 30x55 (Ramsey) ; 

Royal Academy, 1870 ; £16 16s. 

146 Oliver, W., 1870, " Contemplation," 13JX17I (Young), £3 5s. 

147 Stone, Marcus, R.A., 1873, " In Time of Peace," i2§Xi9i (Mitchell), £51 9s. 

148 Thorn, J. C, " Threading the Needle," ioJxSJ (Price), £8 18s. 6d. 

149 Verboeckhoven, E., 1875, " Ewes, Lamb, and Poultry " — a pair, panel — 5£ X 8£ 

(Sampson), £42. 



78 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



November 28, 1910. Christie's. 

The Collection of Water-Colour Drawings of Edward 
Harris, Esq., deceased, late of Rydal Villa, Sydenham. 

DRAWINGS. 

In the Folio. 

1 " West Farm, Somersetshire," 6|-XoJ (Newman), £2 2s. 

2 Angell, H. Coleman, " Raspberries " ; and " Red and White Currants " — a pair 

— 3JX4I (Sampson), £1 is. 

3 Bennett, W., " Near Abergavenny " ; " View in Wales " ; '.' Study of the Sea " ; 

" Chrysanthemums," by Mrs. E. Bywater ; and " The Well," by E. R. 
Clarke (Alexander), £3 5s. 

4 Dampier May, A., " View at Bostol Heath, Kent " ; " Holy Trinity Church, 

Stratford-on-Avon," by T. J. Soper ; "Near Fittleworth, Sussex"; 
" Ecclesborne, near Hastings," by C. Davidson, 1885 ; and " Breaking 
Waves," by W. Bennett (Dell), £16 5s. 6d. 

5 Dodgson, G., " River Scene," with cattle, and children angling ; and " Figures 

in a Punt : Evening," by P. Farrant (Sampson), £6. 

6 Lloyd, Tom, " Beach Scene, near Beer, Devon " ; " Near Minster, Kent " ; 

and " At Broth, Portmadoc, 1872 " (Sampson), £6 6s. 

7 Perelle, " Classical Seaport " — red chalk ; and " Landscapes," with figures — 

a pair (Carfax), £1 15s. 

8 Pilsbury, Wilmot, 1882, " A Cornfield," 10X14J (Bowden), £4 14s. 6d. 

9 Price, J., " Driving Home the Flock " ; " The Pool " ; " Among the Weeds " ; 

etc. (Sampson), £7 7s. 
10 Price, J., *' The Cottage Pond " ; " A Landscape in Kent " ; "A Farm Scene " ; 

etc. (Sampson), £12 12s. 
n Price, J., " Sheep on a Road " ; " Pond and Cattle " ; " Near Bromley " ; 

etc. (Sampson), £14 14s. 

12 Robertson, C, " The Main Street, Clovelly " ; " Calm Day," by R. Malcolm 

" Winter," by E. Atkinson ; " Tomb of the Sheikh," by W. P. Burton 
" A Bit of Argyllshire," by A. P. Newton ; and " The Road to the Church " 
by Sleigh (Leggatt), £5 5s. 

13 Thelwall. W. B., eight " Views of Norwegian Fjords," (Hutchinson), £2 12s. 6d. 

14 Tidey, H., 1843, " Head of a Boy "—pastel ; " Marseilles," by J. Fulleylove — 

pen and ink; "Will o' the Wisp," by Fitzgerald; and " Cookham," by 
p. J. Skill — charcoal (Kilby), £1 10s. 

15 Turner, W. (of Oxford), " Hart O'Corrie, Cuchullin Hills, Isle of Skye," 144 X 21 

(Newman), £1 is. 

16 Walters, G. S., 1873, " A Rising Storm " ; " On the Thames, 1874 " ; " O*- 

wich Bay, South Wales " ; "A Study of Pollard Willows " ; etc. (Newman), 
£4 4S. 

Framed — in While Mounts. 

17 Angell, H. Coleman, '* Marechal Niel Roses," 18X12 (Hutchinson), £5 15s. 6d. 

18 Ball, Wilfrid, 1880, " Wimbledon Common," 6JXI2 (Alexander), £2 15s. 



November 28, 1910. 79 

19 Barraud, A., " Spring Flowers " — black and white ; " Magdalen College on the 
Cherwell," by J. L. Seymour — black and white ; and " Landscape " — -in 
oils (EUiston), £i 12s. 

ao Barret, G., " Towing Path, Cliveden Woods," 8i ;■: 13I (Sampson), £6 6s. 

2t Barret, G., " Woody Landscape," with two peasants on a road, 6J X<j| (Vicars), 
£6 6s. 

22 Bennett, W., " Near Killarney " ; " The Rainbow ** ; " Sunset " ; " The 

Priory, Christchurch," by A. Bernard, 18S2 " ; and " Petworth Park," 
by D. McKewan (Dell), £6 16s. 6d. 

23 Bingley, J. G., " The Woodland Stream " ; and " The New Moon " (EUiston), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

24 Bingley, J. G., " Through the Wood " ; and " Midsummer Twilight," (Leggatt), 

£4 4*- 

25 Bingley, J. G., " The Catch of the Season " ; and " The Path through the 

Wood " (Leggatt), £5 5s. 

26 Blatherwick, C, "Greenock from Helensburgh"; "View on the Clyde " — a 

pair ; and " Landscapes " — a pair (Vicars), £3 5s. 

27 Boyce, G. P., 1854," Moonlight on the Piazzetta, Venice," 7AX11 (Mrs. Boyce), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

28 Burton, W. P., 1874, "Market Place, Tanta, Egypt," 16^X23 (Barron), 

£1 us. 6d. 

29 Cassiers, "Fishing-Boats off Blakenberg," 12JX9I (Hutchinson), 25s. 

30 Coleman, W. S., " Peasant-Children and Sheep " ; and " A Quiet Pool," by 

C. Davidson (King), £7 10s. 

31 Collier, T., " On the Rother, Sussex," 11X18I (Agnew), £42. 

32 Collier, T, 1864, " Stranded Boats near Barmouth," 9 X i3i (Leggatt), £13 13s. 

33 Collingwood, W., 1884, " Mont Blanc and Valley of Chamonix *' ; and " The 

Castle of Chillon " (Dell), £1 us. 6d. 

34 Collingwood, W., 1884, " Windermere " ; and " Sunset, Lake, of Geneva " — a 

pair, 5iX7i (Gibson), £2 2s. 

35 Cox, D., " In the Hayfield," 6X10 (Gooden & Fox), £30 9s. 

36 Cox, D., " Coast Scene," 6X10J (Hutchinson), £4 14s. 6d. 

37 Dodgson, G., 1873, " Pastoral Scene " ; and " The Way to School," by Ruth 

Dollman, 1906 (Newman), £4 4s. 

38 Donne, J. M., 1885, " Beer Cove, Devon " ; and " The Falls of Almagel " 

(Dell), 15s. 

39 Duffield, M. E., " Red Rose and Snowberries " — oval ; and " A Yellow Rose " — 

circular (Misell, jun.), 12s. 

40 Ellis, Edwin, " Shrimpers on the Yorkshire Coast," 15 X 21I (Leggatt), £10 10s. 

41 Fortescue, W. B., " Crossing the Bridge " — charcoal ; and " Landscapes and 

Buildings," by Mansfield, 1876 — -three, black and white (Misell, jun.), 6s. 

42 Foster, Birket, " Lake Constance," 4X5} (Agnew), £42. 

43 Fripp, G. A., 1866, " The Village of Streatley," 20X29! (Pawsey & Payne), 

£44 2s. 

44 Fripp, G. A., 1845, " A Mill, near Bristol," 13JX19J (Lister), £6 6s. ' * 

45 Fripp, G. A,. " Silver Beeches, Inverary," 20X14 (Newman), £2 10s. 

46 Fripp, G. A., " A Hayfield," 8} < 14J (Agnew), £8 8s. 

47 Gainsborough, T., R.A., "Woody Landscape," with cattle — sepia, 6JX9; 

Quilter Collection, 1875 (Sampson), £1 is. 

48 Girtin, T., " Windsor Castle from the Park " ; and " The Hospice, Great St. 

Bernards," by T. Fielding (Palser), £27 6s. 



So ART PRICES CURRENT. 

49 Goodall, E. A., i88g, " Off Dort, Holland," 7x13$ (Elliston), £2 as. 

50 Goodwin, A., 1880, " Wells Cathedral," I2jxi8£ (Leggatt), £10 10s. 

51 Hardy, T. B., 1SS4, " Venice," 12AX20 (Gooden & Fox), £33 12s. 

52 Hardy, T. B., " Yarmouth," 5X13J (Barron), £1 ns. 6d. 

53 Harpignies, H., 1885, " Souvenir of San Remo," 12JX9 (Sampson), £37 16s. 

54 Hine, H. G., 1874, " On the Dorsetshire Coast," 7^X14$ (Agnew), £13 2s. 6d. 

55 Hunt, A. W., 1856, "Birches at Capel Curig," 7JX10 (Gooden & Fox), 

£6 6s. 

56 Leitch, W. L., " The Island of Jura — Western Isles," 13^X8^ (Hutchinson), 

£4 4S- 

57 Leitch, W. L., 1873, " Landscape," with old castle, 5^X8$ (Vicars), £4 14s. 6d. 

58 Leitch, W. L., " Kelso on the Tweed," a pair — 5X7 (Hutchinson), £7 7s. 

59 Lundgren, E., " A Spanish Lady " ; " Afternoon, Venice," by F. J. Skill ; 

" St. Hubert's Chapel, Amboise," by E. Richardson ; and " Sketch from 
a Steamer's Deck," by E. Hayes, R.H.A. (Vicars), £3. 

60 Naftel, P. J., 1882, " Isola Bella " ; and " Afterglow, Somersetshire Coast," 

by W. M. Hall, 1869 (Barron), £11 os. 6d. 

61 Newton, A. P., " Deer by a River " ; " A Loch," with a castle — a pair ; and 

" Glen Moriston " — sepia (Kilby), £1 2s. 

62 Palmer, Sutton, 1871, " Clovelly," 9JX13 (Newman), £2. 

63 Palmer, Sam, " Landscape: Peasant-girl minding cattle," io|X2o£ (Agnew), 

£27 6s. 

64 Pilsbury, Wilmot," Long Grass and Wild Flowers : Evening," 13X21 J (Kilby), 

£9 9S- 

65 Pilsbury, Wilmot, 1882, " Hay-Ricks," nXi7i (Hutchinson), £7 7s. 

66 Powell, Sir F., " Loch Fyne," 7X 14 (Barron), £2 2s. 

67 Price, J., " The Shepherd's Rest" ; and " Waiting for the Herd " a pair — 

20JX29J (Sampson), £8 8s. 

68 Price, J., " A Squally Day " ; " Minding the Flock " ; " By the River 

and " A Glade with Sheep," (Sampson), £7 7s. 

69 Price, J., " The Road to the Farm " ; " The Duck Pond " ; " A Nor'-Easter 

" The Deer Park " ; and " A Surrey Moor " (Dell), £6 6s. 

70 Frice, J., " A River Bank " ; " Windsor Park " ; "A Stormy Evening 

" Making Hay " ; and " Stacking Hay " (Kilby), £5 15s. 6d. 

71 Prout, S., " On the Rhine," 13X8J (King), £9 9s. 

72 Rigby, C, " Estuary of the Duddon " ; " Near Clovelly," by W. Eyre Walker 

1880 ; and " Land's End," by Kate Macaulay (Hutchinson), £6 16s. 6d. 

73 Rowbotham, T. L., 1874, " At Rochester" ; and " The Beach at Ventnor " 

— sepia heightened with white, a pair — 9 X 19 (Dell), £1 2s. 

74 Rowbotham, T. L., 1859, " Lago Maggiore " ; and " Irun, Spain," by E. Tiecker 

(Prescott), £12 is. 6d. 

75 Soper, T. J., " Harvesting, Rackham " ; and " A Ferry-Boat on the Thames 

near Cliveden," by A. Powell, 1879 (Barron), £7 17s. 6d. 

76 Steffelaar, Nico, " Expectation : A Frieslander," 22X15$ (Elliston), £2 12s. 6d. 

77 and 78 Storey, G. A., A.R.A., 1873, " Kate Savage and Lucy Moys — A Study 

for "The Bells of Canterbury," 10x7, and J. Syer, "Windsor Castle," 
14X20$ (Vicars), £13 13s. 

79 Thelwall, W. B., " Trondhjem " ; "A Norwegian Fjord " ; and " Ophcim 

Farmhouse " — a set of three, 8 X 15$ (Dell), £3 13s. 6d. 

80 Thelwall, W. B., " Fishing in the Fjord " ; " Bridge in Norway " ; and " Land- 

scape " (Dell), £2 12s. 6d. 



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E. 


M., 


86 


Wimperis, 


E. 


M. 


87 


Wimperis, 


E. 


M. 


88 


Wimperis, 


E. 


M. 



81 Thorne-Waite, R., " Amberley Mount : Harvesters resting," ie£ x 18J (Agnew), 

£37 16s. 

82 Tucker, E., " The Glen " ; and " The Fall of the River," a pair— 15 X n (Dell), 

£4 4S. 

83 Willis, H. B., 1876, " Ballachuluish," 6} X 18 (Agnew), £15 15s. 

84 Willis, H. B., 1880, " Carting Wheat," 6}Xi3£ (Leggatt), £4 4 s. 
1881, " Pilchard Boats," 12JX20} (Leggatt), £10 10s. 

1877, " Dee Sands, Park Gate," 9}XI3} (Agnew), £19 19s. 
1883, " At Southwold," 9^X13} (Pawsey & Payne), £22 is. 
18S1, " Repose " — charcoal, 9X13} (King), £3 15s. 
89 De Wint, P., " Barnard Castle on the Tees," 5 Xg§ (Agnew), £21. 

In Gold Mounts. 

•90 Allan, R. W., " Evening," 14X20 (Young), £3 10s. 

91 Ball, A. E., " Going to the Fold " ; and " Autumn Evening, 1881 " (Prescott), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

92 Ball, Wilfrid, 1885, " Ripe for the Harvest," 9IX20 J (Leggatt), £5 5s. 

93 Ball, Wilfrid, 1883, "Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-on-Avon," 7JX12J 

(Agnew), £3 3s. , 

94 Ball, Wilfrid, " At Sandwich " ; and " Norfolk Cottages " — a pair, 3f x 6} 

(Denman), £6 6s. 

95 Ball, Wilfrid, 1904, " Lych Gate, Pulborough," 9X7 (Agnew), £4 4s. 

96 Ball, Wilfrid, 1886, " Near Burntfen Broad," 5^X9 (Agnew), £5 5s. 

97 Bingley, J. G., " Primrose Harvest," 15JX12 (Leggatt), £4 4s. 

98 Bingley, J. G., " A December Afternoon" ; and " The Rendezvous," (Leggatt), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

99 Boddy, W. J., 1883, " Blown Trees, Arthog Moss," 10X17 (Dell), £1 us. 6d. 

100 Bradley, Basil, "Farmyard Scene, Hambledon Common," 10X14 (Yeulett), 

£4 4S- 

101 Burton, H., " A Lane, near Arundel," n X 16 (Leggatt), £2 2s. 

102 Chase, Marian, 1878, "Wild Roses," 15X11J (Crosland), £1 ns. 6d. 

103 Currey, Miss F. W., 1886, " Pottery " ; and " Deer in a Forest," by Kroner 

(Yeulett), £1 14s. 

104 Deane, W. W., 1869, " A Side Canal, Venice" ; and " Sunset on the Grand 

Canal, Venice," by F. J. Skill (Crosland), £4 10s. 

105 Donne, J. M., 1884, " The Old Campanile, Visp," 14X9 (Dell), £1 is. 

106 Duncan, E., 1881, " Rush Cutting at Wargrave," 9^X14 (Yeulett), £1 us. 6d. 

107 Ellis, Edwin, "Stream, with anglers: Morning," ii§Xi8J (Richardson), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

108 Fahey, J., 1874, " Pevensey Castle " ; and " Galton Park, Surrey : Autumn," 

by C. Davidson (Leggatt), £3 3s. 

109 Fripp, G. A., "The Haymakers," 9X13J (Agnew), £6 6s. 

no Gastineau, H., " Lancaster: Sunset," 8x12 (King), £3 13s. 6d. 
in George, Ernest, A.R.A., 1882, " Interior of the Cathedral, Pisa," 14x10 (New- 
man), £1 is. 

112 George, Ernest, A.R.A., 1875, " Albcnza," 15X10} (Yeulett), £1 15s. 

113 Goodwin, A., 1878, "The Strayed Lamb," 13X19} (Newman), £3 3s. 

114 Goodwin, A., 1883, " The Fisherman's Holiday, Ilfracombe," 10 x 14 (Leggatt), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

115 Grace, J. E., 1883, " Near Haslemere " ; and " On the Blythe, Walberswick," 

by W. P. Burton (Bowden), £7 7s. 



82 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

116 Hardy, T. B., " Beach Scene," with fishing-boats, 5X6J (Ramson), £6 15s. 

117 Hardy, T. B., " Fishing-boats, Schevcningen " ; and " Off Boulogne " — a pair, 

6X4 (Agnew), £9 9s. 

118 Hine, H. G., i860, " Sussex Downs," io|X23 (Agnew), £42. 

119 Hine, H. G., 1867, " Amberley Castle," 10^X23} (Agnew), £43 is. 

120 Israels, J., " On the Beach : Fisher-girls knitting," 4J Xnfc (Obach), £99 15s. 
i2r Leitch, VV. L., 1861, " The Bend of a River : Evening," 9X 13 (King), £12 12s. 

122 Lofthousc, Mary Foster, 1883, " Villequier," 10 X is£ (Dell), £2 2s. 

123 Ludby, Max, 1885, "Twilight at Leigh, Essex," 19^X26 (Hutchinson), 

£6 16s. 6d. 

124 Ludby, Max, 1884, " On the Lesse : Evening," 26x19^ (Hutchinson), £5 5s. 

125 Naftel, Isabel, 1886, " A Bit of the River at Sutton Courtney, near Abingdon," 

13JX20J (Prescott), £8 18s. 6d. 

126 and 127 Newton, A. P., " Mountain Showers " ; and " Italian Fruit-Boats " 

— sepia, J. Orrock, 1885, "Driving Sheep, Holy Island," 11X15 (Vicars), 
£7 i7s. 6d. 

128 Orrock, J., " Clouds on Criffel," gjx 13^ (Vicars), £4 14s.' 6d. 

129 Powell, A., 1878, " Carting Timber, near Cranleigh, Surrey " ; and " Peat 

Gatherers, Cornwall," by R. K. Penson (Armitage), £8 8s. 

130 Powell, Sir F., " Highland Keep " ; and " From Deal Pier," by C. J. Lewis 

(Prescott), £7 7s. 

131 Price, J., " The Hayfield " ; and " The Wheatficld " (Thomas), £5 5s. 

132 Pyne, T., 1876, "Venetian Courtyard," 191x13* (Yeulett), £2 5s. 

133 Reed, J. C, " A Peep at Cadcr Idris " ; and " Killarney, 1877 " (Dell), 

£6 6s. 

134 Rickatson, O., "Cottages," 5X8 (Thomas), £2 10s. 

135 Rigby, Cuthbert, 1883, " Beside the River Arun," 16JX29 (Yeulett), £3 3s. 

136 Rigby, Cuthbert, 1882, " Duddon Bridge," 13X21 (Kilby), £2. 

137 Rixon, W. A., 1885, " Carting Hay " ; and " The Barley Field " — a pair, 

9JX13J (Bowden), £4 14s. 6d. 

138 Roussoff, A. N., 1886, " San Barnaba, Venice," 16JX7 (Vicars), £2 2s. 

139 Rowbotham, T. L., 1857, " Angera, Lago Maggiore " ; and " Maggie," by 

Constance Pillott — circular (Kilby), £5 5s. 

140 Steeple, J., 1875, " Breeze off the Welsh Coast " ; and " Coast Scene," by G. 

Dodgson (Newman) £2 12s. 6d. 

141 Tayler, E., " Margaret," 13X9$ (W. Permain), £5 5s. 

142 Thorne-Waite, R., " Shorcham Creek: Cockle-gatherers," 13X36^ (Agnew), 

£60 18s. 

143 Thorne-Waite, R., " Near Newhaven," 15X22 (Agnew), £39 18s. 

144 Thorne-Waite, R., " Cornfield, Vale of Gloucester," 14IX21I (Leggatt), £48 6s. 

145 Thorne-Waite, R., "In the Hayfield, Alfriston, Sussex," i5jX22 (Leggatt), 

£54 I2S. 

146 Tucker, E., " Mountain Torrent," 14X21 (Newman), £2 12s. 6d. 

147 Tucker, E., " Kenilworth " ; and " Ben Nevis" — a pair, io|Xi8J (Pearce), 

£.5 5S. 

148 Varley, J., " Lake Scene," with peasants, 8X14 (King), £16 5s. 6d. 

149 Walker, W. Eyre 1883, " Amongst the Sherwood Oaks : Autumn evening," 

19X26^ (Hutchinson), £5 5s. 

150 Walters, G. S., " Sunset, Berks " ; and " A River Scene : Evening " (Yeulett), 

£2 10s. 

151 Warren, E. G., 1874, " Forest Stream," 22JX35 (Richardson), £22 is. 



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152 Whymper, J. W., 1874, "Ancient Chestnuts, Hurstmonccaux," 28X20} 

(Thomas), £r us. 6d. 

153 Whyrnper, J. W., 1871, "A Copse, Meadneld, near Haslemere," 13X18 

(Thomas), £5 155. 6d. 

154 VVhymper, J. W., " Anstey's Cove, Devon," 10JX16 (Pedley), £1 us. 6d. 

155 VVhymper, J. VV., 1880, " Stepping Stones, Bettws-y-Coed," 9 X 12} (Bowdon) 

£3 10s. 

156 Wimperis, E. M., 1874, "Distant View of Flint Castle," i4}X2i} (Agnew) 

£21. 

157 Wimperis, E. M., 1874, "Summer Moonrise," 12X19} (Hutchinson), £16 16s. 

158 Wimperis, E. M., 1875, " Carting Hay," 8JX14 (Agnew), £24 3s. 

159 Wimperis, E. M., 1886, " A Glade, New Forest," 9] X14 (King), £31 10s. 

160 Wimperis, E. M., 1886, " Autumn Woods, near Lyndhurst," 10 X 14 (Leggatt) 

£31 ios. 

PICTURES. 

161 Faed, J., R.S.A., " A Highland Lassie " ; and " A Lowland Lassie " — a pair 

4JX4 (Richardson), £3 10s. 

162 Moore, H., R.A., 1874, "Sunset: Dalton-in-Furness," SX16} (Young), 

£5 15s. 6d. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



November 30, 1910. Sotheby's. 

1 Faber, J., " Elizabeth, Duchess of Hamilton," after J. Hamilton — whole- 
length, before the plate was cut (Sabin), £20. 

3 McArdell, J., " Maria, Countess of Coventry," after the same — whole-length,, 
before the plate was cut, and with the date 1753 (Ellis & Smith), £57. 

3 Edelinck, N., " Prince James Stuart " (" The Old Pretender "), after Davidde 

with margin (F. Daniell), £8. 

4 Chereau, F., " Prince Charles Stuart " (" The Young Pretender ") ; and " James 

Thomson," by J. Basire (Rimell), £2 15s. 

5 Whole-length Portraits of Actors and Actresses (ten), by R. Cooper, after De- 

Wildc, and others (Lindow), 2s. 

6 Caricatures and other Humorous Prints (115) on Political and Social Subjects, 

by Gillray, Woodward, Bunbury, and others ; also " The Beaux's Disaster," 
" The Lady's Disaster," " A Fleet Wedding," etc., published about 1745, 
mostly coloured, mounted in an oblong volume, whole bound calf gilt 
(Rimell), £4 i 5 s. 

7 Caricatures (113) — a similar Collection, by Bunbury, Woodward, Cruikshank, 

Rowlandson, Gillray, Heath, and others, including " The Adventures of 
Johnny Newcombe," by Rowlandson, in a similar volume to the last (Brail), 
£'3 5S. 

8 Caricatures (100) — a similar Collection, several relating to C. J. Fox and W. 

Pitt, in a similar volume (Sotheran), £4. 

9 Caricatures (fifty-two) — a similar volume, mostly coloured (Sotheran), £3 15s- 

10 Caricatures and other Humorous Prints, Sporting Subjects, etc. (sixty-eight), 

by various English and French Artists, including " The Funeral Procession 
of Miss Americ-Stamp " — scarce ; " Route de Pcissy," and " Route de 
St. Cloud," by Debucourt, after Vernet — a pair ; and others — in a similar 
volume (Crosby), £4 5s. 

11 Caricatures on Political and Social Subjects, by Woodward, Gillray, Cruik- 

shank, and others ; also Lisle's " Play upon Words," a scries of twenty-five ; 
Rowlandson's " Illustrations to Dr. Syntax " ; etc. (154) — mostly coloured,. 
in a similar volume (Brail), £4. 

12 Caricatures, by W. Heath, published by McLean ; Liston, in four of his charac- 

ters ; etc. (ninety-six) — in a similar volume (Tree), £3 

13 Caricatures, by Sayer, G. Cruikshank, and others, uncoloured (104) — in a 

similar volume (Rimell), £2. 

14 Rowlandson, Thomas, " The Fiddler," water-colour drawing, signed — about 

5fins. sq. (Fairholme), £1 15s. 

15 Rowlandson, Thomas, " The Link Boy," water-colour drawing, signed 1786 — 

8x6| (Fairholme), £1 15s. 

16 Rowlandson, Thomas, " A Time for All Things," water-colour drawing, 5J X4i 

(Fairholme), £1 15s. 

17 Rowlandson, Thomas, " Sappho," water-colour drawing, 7£Xg (Fairholme),. 

£2 3s. 

18 Small Portraits of Men, (375) mostly from old magazines, and comprising 

English and Foreign Royalty, Statesmen, Naval and Military Commanders,. 
Actors, and others — bound together i/i 3 vols., 8vo, half calf (Rimell), £3.. 



November 30, 1910. 



19 A similar Collection (233) of Portraits of Women, comprising Ladies of Title, 

Authoresses, Actresses, and others, and including several after R. Cosway 
and by J. Conde — bound together in 3 vols., similar to the above (Rimell), 
£5 2s. 6d. 

20 London and other Topographical Views, Fancy Subjects, Portraits, etc. (nearly 

600) — in 4 vols., similar to the above (Rimell), £1 16s. 

21 A Collection of small Fancy Subjects (129), being plates issued by C. Taylor 

about the years 1786 — 1797, in his " Temple of Taste " and other publica- 
tions, and comprising Children engaged in various games, etc., Allegorical 
Subjects, Illustrations to the Poets, etc., many after S. Shelley, H. Singleton, 
etc. — printed in red or in brown, many open-letter proofs, bound together 
in square 8vo volume, half calf (Maggs), £9. 

22 Small Fancy Subjects, a similar collection (114) — bound together in an 8vo 

volume, half calf (Rimell), £4. 

23 Woollett, W., Portrait of Rubens, after Vandyck — early state ; and five Swiss 

Views, after W. Pars (Rimell), £1 8s. 

24 " Maitresse d'Ecole," by J. G. Wills ; Etchings by A. Waterloo, etc. (Lindsay), 

ns. 

25 Pope Alexander VII," by P. van Schuppen ; others by J. Lenfant, etc. (Lind- 

say), £9 5s. 

26 Houbraken, J., " Peter the Great of Russia," proof before any letters (Sabin), 

£6. 

27 " Louis XIV," by A. Masson, after C. Le Brun : and " Queen Mary," after 

Sir Antonio More (Tree), £y 5s. 

28 Nanteuil, R., " Cardinal Mazarin " (R.D. 183) — first state " tres rare " (Muller) 

£7 5S. 

29 Nanteuil, R., " Michel Le Tellier " (R.D. 128), (Lindsay), £3 5s. 

30 Nanteuil, R., " Louis XIV (R.D. 155) — first state, with large margin (Sabin), 

£27. 

31 Anselin, J. L.. " Madame de Pompadour," with a basket of flowers, after C. 

Vanloo — proof, with artists' names only, very fine, with large margin — (F. 
Daniell), £36 10s. 

32 Buck, A., " The Mother's Hope," aquatint by Freeman and Stadler — printed in 

colours, very fine ; 33 A. Buck, " The Father's Darling," by the same — 
printed in colours, very fine (Ellis & Smith), £45 10s. 

34 Pollard, R., "Morning: At Work," mezzotint by P. Dawe — title in etched 

letters (Maggs), £4. 

35 de Boisseux, J., Etchings of Landscape and Figure Subjects (16), (Lindsay), £2. 

36 Whistler, " The Pale Young Nun of Lichtenstein " ; " The Lady at her Ta- 

pestry " ; " Famine at the. Spinning Wheel " ; " The Major's Daughter " 
— impressions on india paper of these woodcuts after Whistler, published 
1862 (Tree), £12. 

37 Lawrence, Sir T., " Master Lambton," by Samuel Cousins — proof before the 

title, framed (James), £55. 

38 Reynolds, Sir J.," The Ladies Waldegrave," by V. Green — framed (withdrawn). . 

The following Fifty-one Lots were acquired by the 
Owner over fifty years ago. 

39 Reynolds, Sir J., " Mrs. Bonfoy," by J. McArdcll— first state, before title,. 

artist's name etched (A. Davis), £13 5s. 



36 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

40 Reynolds, Sir J., " Mrs. Montagu," by J. R. Smith — fine early impression 

(Tree), £7 15s. 

41 Reynolds, Sir J., " Mrs. Seaforth and child," by J. Grozer — early state, the title 

in etched letters (W. Sabin), £30. 

42 Reynolds, Sir J.," Lady Charles Spencer," by W. Dickinson — fine early impres- 

sion (Maggs), £22. 

43 Reynolds, Sir J., " Elizabeth Lady Melbourne," by J. Finlayson — proof before 

the title (Tree), £15. 

44 Reynolds, Sir J.," Lady Caroline Price," by J. Jones — very fine early impression 

(F. Daiiiell), £57. 

45 Reynolds, Sir J., " Charles, Earl of Dalkeith," by V. Green — proof before the 

title, etc. (Tree), £19 15s. 

46 Hoppner, J.," Mrs. Hibbert," by J. Ward — proof before any letters (Sotheran), 

£23 10s. 

47 Watteau, A., " Le Lorgneur," by G. Scotin (F. Daniell), £3. 

48 Watteau, A., " Camp Volant," by N. Cochin ; others after various French 

artists, etc. (E. Parsons), £2 185. 

49 Etchings and Engravings by Old Masters, including specimens of works of 

Rembrandt, Ostade, Berghem, Karl du Jardin, A. Waterloo, C. Visscber, 
Claude, W. Hollar ; and others — some in early states, mounted in a folio 
volume, whole bound red morocco gilt (Archer), £30. 

50 Fac-similes of Drawings by Michael Angelo, Giotto, A. Diirer, Raffaelle, Fra 

Bartolommeo, A. Caracci, Guercino, F. Boucher, and others — some scarce, 
mounted in a folio volume, whole bound red morocco gilt, with outer 
leather cover (Tree), £10. 

51 A folio volume, with blank loaves — half bound green morocco gilt (Tregaskis), 

£1 is. 

52 " Les Debardeurs," a series of coloured lithographs, by Gavarni ; others of 

Italian Costumes, etc. ; a few drawings — in a small portfolio (Levine), £2. 

53 H.B.'s Caricatures ; miscellaneous engravings, etc. — a parcel (Spencer), 2s. 

DRAWINGS BY OLD MASTERS, OF THE FLEMISH, DUTCH, AND FRENCH 
SCHOOLS. 

54 Van Balen, J., "A Flemish Village," on the banks of a river — body colours 

(Miiller), £5 153. 

55 Bischop, J., " Two Riverside Towns," a pair — in bistre ; aod a " Dutch Garden," 

by Abraham Van Borsum (Muller), £23. 

56 Breughel, J., " Travellers fording a River," a city in background — signed ; 

and " A Village Street" — pen and bistre (Obach & Co.), £15. 

57 Boucher, F., " Girl gathering Flowers" — signed (Halle), £9 10s. 

58 Boucher, F., " Study of a Man," seated — black and red chalk ; and " Cupid," 

— red chalk (E. Parsons), £7. 

59 Cats, Jacob, " A Dutch Village in Winter " — highly finished, signed and dated ; 

two others by different Artists (Rimell), £5. 

60 Claude de Lorraine, " Landscape," with rocks in the foreground — pen height- 

ened with white ; from the Esdaile and other collections (Sabin) £5. 

61 Doomcr, J.," Distinguished Persons arriving at an Inn " — pen and wash (Obach 

and Co.), £31. 
• r >2 Du Jardin, K., " Two Sheep " — red chalk, highly finished ; " Study of Rocks," 
by the same ; and " Cows," by A. Vander Velde — red chalk (Layton), £1 is. 



November 30, igio. 87- 

63 Van den Eckhout, G., " A Philosopher in his Study '* — bistre heightened with 

white ; others of " Figures," by J. Vernet and Jean le Due (E. Parsons),. 

£0 5S. 

64 Van Everdingen, A., " Landscape," with figures — bistre ; " A Com Field " ; 

and " Coast Scene during a Storm " — signed A. V. E. (Obach & Co.), 
£4 5S 

65 Van Goyen, J., " Old Buildings," on the bank of a river — signed with mono- 

gram and dated 1653 (Miiller), £25 10s. 

66 De Grave, J., " View of Maestricht, 1669 " — pen and wash — from the Esdaile 

Collection ; " Study for a Classical Landscape," by J. Glauber ; and an- 
other (Archer), £3 10s. 

67 Van Huysum J., " Landscape, with Men Fishing," and other figures — red chalk ; 

and another, by J. Van der Heyden (Obach & Co.), £10 10s. 

68 de Koning, S., " The Woman taken in Adultery " — pen and wash ; and " A 

Mountainous Landscape," by J. C. Klengel (Archer), £52. 

69 Livens, J., " A Flemish Fireside " ; " Laudscapc, with Cattle," by the same 

— pen and bistre ; and " Courtyard of a Dutch House," by G. Lamberts — 
in colours (Muller), £37. 

70 Le Prince, J. B., " Man, with Cattle," fording a stream — sepia, signed and 

dated (Obach & Co.), £5. 

71 Molyn, P., " Landscape," with figures — signed and dated ; and " Bird Catchers," 

by the same — black chalk (Muller), £9. 

72 Van Ostade, A., " Interior, with Peasants singing" — signed with monogram, 

pen and wash (Obach & Co.), £25. 

73 Pater, J. B., " Study of a Lady," seated — red chalk (Sabin), £39. 

74 Polemberg, C, " Woman Bathing " — black chalk ; and " A Landscape " — 

ascribed to J. Ruysdael (Archer), £8. 

75 Rembrandt van Rliyn, " Figure Studies of two Men seated at a table " ; and 

whole-length of a " Man, standing" — pen and ink (Muller), £82. 

76 Rembrandt van Rhyn, " Two Men in high caps and large cloaks " — bistre 

wash (Rimell), £5 5s. 

77 Rembrandt van Rhyn, " Study of two Boys," seated ; and others of " Land- 

scapes " — pen and wash (Obach & Co.), £175. 

78 Rubens, Sir P. P., " Study of a Head," from L. da Vinci's painting of " The 

Last Supper " — black and red chalk ; and subject from the " History of 
Tobit," by Rottenhamer — pen and wash (Tree), £1 iSs. 

79 Saftleven, H., " Woodmen felling a Tree " — crayon and wash ; " The Bank 

of a River," by the same ; and " A Landscape," by Gilles Neyts — in colours 
(Muller), £4 10s. 

80 Savery, R., " Landscape, with Venus and Adonis " — from the collection of Sir 

T. Lawrence ; and " A Stream through a Forest " — both in colours (Obach 
and Co.), £12. 

81 Steen, Jan, " Studies of a Girl nursing an Infant " — red chalk ; " Man in a 

Cart aiming a Pistol," by J. Wautermans — from the Sir P. Lely and other 
collections ; and another, by D. Stoop (Tregaskis), £4 10s. 

82 Van Straaten, H., " Landscapes," with cattle and figures — a pair, in colours 

from the collection of W. Benoni White ; (W. Caffley) £7 7s. 

83 Vandyck, " The Dead Christ with an Angel " — pen and wash (E. Parsons), 5s. 

84 Van der Velde, W., " Coast Scene with Shipping " — signed with initials ; "' 

Study of Ships " — from the Esdaile Collection ; and " A Quayside," with, 
persons about to embark, by A. Vander Venne (Miiller), £4 10s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



85 Weenix, J. B., " Landscape, with a Bridge and other Buildings " — crayon and 

wash ; and another — pen and wash (Miiller), £5. 

86 Wiericx, J., Miniature Portrait of a Man — black and red chalk (Miiller), £7 10s. 

87 Wille, J. G., " Girls at a Fountain," — signed and dated 1755 ; and " Heads of 

two Sheep " — red chalk, signed and dated 1762 (Halle), £27. 

88 Wyck, J., " A Seaport " — signed with monogram (Archer), £3. 

89 Wyck, J., the cover of the Album formerly containing the above drawings, 

green morocco gilt, with outer leather case (E. Parsons), 14s. 

The Property of H. Penfold, Esq., deceased, Little- 
hampton. Sold by Order of the Executors. 

Framed. 

90 Diirer, Albert, " Adam and Eve " (Bartsch 1), fine impression on paper, with 

the " bull's head " water-mark, with margin, from the Artari and other 
collections (Obach & Co.), £200. 

91 Diirer, Albert, " St. Hubert and the Sacred Stag " (57), very early impression, 

has been slightly damaged and skilfully repaired (Pawsey & Payne), £82. 

92 Diirer, Albert, " Melancholia" (74), fine impression (Sabin), £81. 

93 Diirer, Albert, " The Great Fortune " (77), very fine impression, slightly cut ; 

from the Julian Marshall Collection (Rimcll), £23 10s. 

94 Diirer, Albert, " The Knight and Death " (98), very fine impression and in 

excellent condition (Sabin), £142. 

95 Diirer, Albert, " The Coat of Arms with a Cock " (100), very fine (Halle), 

£28. 

96 Diirer, Albert, " The Coat of Arms with a Skull " (101), very fine impression, 

slightly damaged ; from the Julian Marshall Collection (P. M. Barnard), 
£24. 
■ 97 del Pollajuolo, Antonio, " The Gladiators " (naked men fighting in a wood), 
extremely rare (Obach & Co.), £84. 

98 Vorsterman, L., "Thomas Howard Duke of Norfolk," after Vandyck — proof 

before any letters, with autograph signature of the Duke underneath ; 
from the Julian Marshall Collection (Pawsey & Payne), £13 10s. 

99 Nanteuil, R., " Louis XIV of France " (R.D. 153) — very fine impression of the 

altered plate ; from the Julian Marshall Collection (Tree), £14 10s. 

100 Anonymous, " Queen Elizabeth," whole-length, standing between two pillars 

— nearly contemporary copy of a fine and very rare engraving in the manner 
of A. Wiericx (F. Harvey), £20. 

10 1 van Leyden, Lucas, " The Emperor Maximilian " — contemporary copy ia 

reverse (Tree), £2 10s. 
(The above 12 lots were in carved and decorated oak frames.) 

102 Flameng, L., " The Syndics," after Rembrandt — remarque proof, signed 

(Hunt), 5 s. 

103 " The Lecture on Anatomy," after Rembrandt — remarque proof, signed 

(Hunt), 6s. 

104 Arundel Society, " The Altar-piece," by the brothers Van Eyck at Ghent — 

twenty chromo-lithographs, framed as an altar-piece (Fenton &. Sons), £15. 

PUBLICATIONS OF THE ARUNDEL SOCIETY. 

Unframed. 
.105 " Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian," after P. Perugino ; the chromo-lithograpli 
and five large outline engravings from the same (Tree), us. 



November 30, 1910. 89 



106 " The Nativity," after Pinturicchio ; and " St. Catherine borne by Angels," 

after B. Luini (Spencer), £1. 

107 " Virgin and Child with Saints," after Giovanni Sanzio ; and " Virgin and 

Child," after Leonardo da Vinci (Spencer), 10s. 
10S " Death of St. Francis," after Ghirlandajo ; and Two Heads from the 

same (Spencer), 16s. 
109 " The Annunciation," after Pinturicchio ; and " The Madonna del Sacco," 

after Andrea del Sarto (Spencer), £5 10s. 
no T.i'- Frescoes in the Brancacci Chapel, by Massacchio — the complete set 

eighteen chromo-lithographs on thirteen mounts (Spencer), £1 ns. 
in " The Marriage of St. Cecilia," after Francesco Francia ; and " The Burial of 

St. Cecilia," after the same (Rimell), £3 12s. 

112 "The Annunciation," after Fra Angel ico ; and "The Conversion of Hermo- 

genes the Sorcerer," after Andrea Mantegna (Holliday), £4. 10s. 

113 " Christ among the Doctors," after B. Luini ; and " Marriage of the Virgin," 

after the same (Head), £1 18s. 

114 The Triptych at Bruges, by Memling — five, on three mounts (Spencer), 

£3 75. 6d. 

115 " The Nativity of the Virgin," after Andrea del Sarto ; and " The Last Supper," 

after Ghirlandajo (Head), £3 15s. 

116 "The Adoration of the Magi," after Luini: "Presentation in the 

Temple," after the same ; and life-size Head from the latter (Head), 
£1 15s. 

117 " Poetry," and " Philosophy," from the frescoes by Raffaelle in the Vatican 

(Spencer), £1 12s. 

118 " The Preaching of John the Baptist," after D. Ghirlandajo (Spencer), 7s. 

119 " The Vision of St. Bernard," after Filippino Lippi ; and " The Procession of 

the Magi," after Andrea del Sarto (E. Parsons), £2 18s. 

120 " The Adoration of the Kings," after Pietro Perugino ; and " St. Filippo 

Benizzi healing Children," after Andrea del Sarto (Spencer), 7s. 

121 " Christ and Mary Magdalene in the Garden," after Fra Angelico ; and " Jesus 

and his Disciples at Emmaus," after Fra Bartolommeo (Spencer), 5s. 

122 " The Transfiguration," after Fra Angelico ; and " The Apostles Mark and 

Paul," and " The Apostles John and Peter," after Albert Durer — a pair 
(Rimell), £2 2s. 

123 " Venus rising from the Sea," after Sandro Botticelli (Rimell), £3 3s. 

124 " The Prophet Jeremiah and the Prophet Ezekiel," from the frescoes by Michae 

Angelo — a pair (Barton), £1 8s. 

125 " The Madonna among the Meyer Family," after Hans Holbein (E. Parsons) 

£2 2S. 

126 " Monuments of the Cavalli Family," with descriptive letterpress ; " Monu- 

ment to the Doge Vendramin" ; and others of Italian Monuments (Rimell), 
£3 3*. 

127 " The Crucifixion," after Fra Angelico ; and " St. Benedict preaching to 

Women," after Bazzi (E. Parsons), £1 12s. 

128 " St. Francis preaching before Pope Honorius III," after Giotto ; and " St. 

Anthony of Padua healing the foot of a young man," after Titian (Spencer), 
7s. 

129 " The Poets of Mount Parnassus," after Raflaele (Barton), £1 145. 

130 The Triptych, by Stephen Lothener, in the Cathedral at Cologne — five on three 

mounts (Phillipps), £2 16s. 



go ART PRICES CURRENT. 

131 " The Virgin and Child with Saints," after Girolamo dai Libri ; and " St. John 

the Baptist, with St. Benedict and St. Nazarus with St. Celsus," after B. 
Montagna — two on one mount (Rimell), £1. 

132 " Pope Sixtus IV giving Audience," after Melozzo da Forli ; and " The Deposi- 

tion from the Cross," after Pietro Lorenzetti (Spencer), 6s. 

133 " Events in the Life of Moses," after Luca Signorelli ; and " St. Lucy sentenced 

to Death," after Jacopo d'Avanzo (Spencer), 9s. 

134 " The Altar Piece," by Hans Memling, in the Cathedral at Liibeck — nine on 

five mounts (Holliday), £2 183. 

135 " Madonna and Child surrounded by Saints," after Benozzo Gozzoli ; and 

" Christ's Charge to St. Peter," after Pietro Perugino (Spencer), 7s. 

136 Portrait of Queen Mary I, after Sir Antony More (Spencer), £1 6s. 

137 " Virgin and Child between St. Liberale and St. Francis," after Giorgoni ; 

and"' The Resurrection of Christ," after Pietro della Francesca (Spencer), 
£2 6s. 

138 " The Adoration of the Holy Trinity," after Albert Durer (E. Parsons), £1 12s. 

139 " Interior of the Piccolomini Library at Sienna " ; and the Series of Engravings 

from the Frescoes in the same (Rimell), £1 163. 

140 " Virgin in Glory with two Saints," after Pinturicchio ; and " The Transfigura- 

tion," after Pietro Perugino (Spencer), 7s. 

141 " St. Catherine finding the body of St. Agnes," after Pacchiarotto (James), us. 

142 " Aeneas Silvius Piccolomini receiving the Cardinal's Hat," after Pinturicchio 

(Spencer), 4s. 

143 " Richard II before the Madonna, with Saints and Angels," from the cele- 

brated picture at Wilton House — two on one mount (E. Pardons), £1 10s. 

144 " St. Stephen's Ordination and his Distribution of Arms," after Fra Angelico 

and " Prophets and Sybils," after Pietro Perugino (Spencer), 9s. 

145 Outline and other Engravings, Woodcuts, etc., published by the Society ; 

and various modern Maps of South Africa, etc. — a parcel in a portfolio 
(Spencer), 2s. 

OIL PAINTINGS. 

146 Kneller, Sir G., " Mrs. Bracegirdle," three-quarter length, seated by a harpsi- 

chord (E. Parsons), £13. 

147 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of Sir Roger L'Estrange (E. Parsons), £5 ios. 

148 Vandyck School, " Queen Henrietta Maria " (E. Parsons), £7 15s. 

149 Holbein School, " Sir Thomas More " (E. Parsons), £18 ios. 



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December 3, 1910. Christie's. 

Ancient and Modern Pictures, a portion of the Stock 
of the late Mr. J. D. Ichenhauser, 203, Gloucester 
Terrace, W. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Early English School, "Lady, in white dress, on the seashore," 23 X 15 (Renton), 

£28 ys. 

2 Hoare, W., R.A., "Alexander Pope." in brown coat — pastel, 24JX 18$ (Parsons), 

£4 4S- 

MODERN PICTURES. 

3 " Shipping off the Coast," 36^X52 (Mitchell), £5 5s. 

4 Anthonj', M., " End of the Day," 27JX35 (Birchenough), £2 2s. 

5 Ballavoine, J., 1877, "The Boating Party," 47X37$ (Vicars), £g 19s. 6d. 

6 Burmeister, Professor, " His Ancestors," panel — 11X9$ (Mitchell), £5 15s. 6d, 

7 Daubigny, C. F., " River Scene — Moonrise," 33X57 (Obach), £84. 

8 Grant, Sir F., P.R.A., "Frederick, Marquis of Londonderry," 55 x 43 (Adutt) 

£2 12s. 6d. 

9 Hall, Harry, r856, Portrait of "Ellington," with jockey up, 27^X35$ 

(Leggatt), £3 3s. 
10 Hardy, J., jun., 1861, " Ptarmigan," 19X26 (W. Sabin), £8 18s. 6d. 
n Hnlnie, F. W., " Avenue of Trees," with figures, 35 x 27 (Collings), £6 16s. 6d. 

12 Ladell, Ellen, " Fruit and Still Life," 16JX 14 (Brook Street Gallery), £13 2s. 6d. 

13 Lance, G., " Fruit and Still Life," 44X36 J (Shenley), £27 16s. 6d. 

14 Loder, J., 1838, Racehorse, with a jockey up, 22X29 (Pawsey & Payne), 

£4 4S. 

15 Loder, J., 1831, Racehorse, with Sam Chifney up, 23X30 (Pawsey & Payne), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

16 Mercier, C, "Lord Derby," 29^X24$ (Adutt), £4 4s. 

17 Mufier, " Hanham, Somersetshire: Winter," 16X26 (Leggatt), £30 9s. 

18 Muller " Cottage among Trees" ; " Reading the Law" ; and Landscape, with 

cottages and figures (Harries), £9 19s. 6d. 

19 Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., "A Carnarvonshire River," 21X35$ (Brook Street 

Gallery), £S 8s. 

20 Percy, S. R., 1845, " Hauling Timber," 37x57 (Lister), £23 2s. 

21 Piotrowski, A., 1882, "The Outpost," 15X23 J (Lister), £16 16s. 

22 Rauber, W., 1881, " Halt of the Baron's Family," panel — 29X49$ (Mitchell), 

£107 2S. 

23 Schelfhout, A., "Fishing Village," panel— 11} X 15$ (Brook Street Gallery), 

£11 us. 

24 Topham, F. W. W., "The Violin Lesson," 31X21 (Brook Street Gallery), 

25 Watts, F. W., "Tintem Abbey," I9$X28 (Amor), £16 16s. 

26 Willis, J., " The Lottery," panel — 14^X22$ (Brook Street Gallery), £4 4s. 

27 Windmaier, A., "Winter Sunset," I7$X35 (Collings), £5 5s. 

D 



92 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



OLD PICTURES. 

28 Backhuysen, L., and Lingelbach, J., " The Battle of Lepanto," 424x62 

(Schroeder), £14 3s. 6d. 

29 Barker (of Bath), Landscape, with cattle at a ford, 20X25$ (Pettigrew), 

£8 18s. 6d. 

30 Barrett, G., R.A., Hilly River Scene, with sailing-boat and figures, 244X31 

(Adutt), £4 14s. 6d. 

31 Bartolommeo, " The Holy Family," with Saint John, panel — 34 ins. circular 

(Carfax), £17 17s. 

32 Bassen, B. Van, Interior of a Church, with Cavaliers ; signed, and dated 

1638, panel — 23 J X 31 (Gooden & Fox), £36 15s. 

33 Berchem, N., Landscape, with hawking party, panel — 20X27 (Brook Street 

Gallery), £6 16s. 6d. 

34 Berchem, Peasants and Animals, near a ruin ; and Landscape, with cattle 

and sheep, on panel (Brook Street Gallery), £9 19s. 6d. 

35 Biltius, J., "Dead Game" ; and Gentleman, in brown coat (Collings), £5 5s. 

36 Bloemaert, " Adoration of the Shepherds," panel — 264x204 (Carfax), £11 ns. 

37 Bray, J. de, Lady, in black dress and white collar, 29X23 (Van Duren), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

38 Brekelenkam, "A Blacksmith's Forge," 30X39 (Brook Street Gallery), 

£11 os. 6d. 

39 Bronzino, Lady, in dark dress, with her daughter, 39X31 (Carfax), £11 ns. 

40 Brooking, C, Sea Piece : man-of-war saluting, 124 X 16 (Brook Street Gallery), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

41 Bnm, Le, Lady, in blue and white dress, with powdered hair, oval— 24 X 19 

(Renton), £44 2s. 

42 Campidoglio, "Fruit," 27X36$ (Harris), £3 13s. 6d. 

43 Canaletto, A., "View in Rome," with an artist sketching, 33 X464 (Brook Street 

Gallery), £65 2s. 

44 Canaletto, A., "The Pantheon, Rome," 28x43 (Gooden & Fox), £19 19s. 

45 Canaletto, A., " View in Venice," with figures dancing, 19 X 28 (Amor), £25 4s. 

46 Canaletto, A., " View in Venice " ; and " Church of San Giovanni e Paolo 

Venice" — unframed (Renton), £21. 

47 Canaletto, B., " View in Dresden," with the English Catholic Church, 36 x47V 

(Partridge, Lewis & Simmons), £357. 

48 Cotes, "An Actress, as Lady Macbeth," 30X25 (Morton), £1 ns. 6d. 

49 Cuyp, " Seventh Earl of Derby," 29X244 (Wagner), £10 10s. 

50 Cuyp, " Sheep and Still Life " ; and " River Scene," with geese — panel (Brook 

Street Gallery), £6 6s. 

51 Dahl, M., " Mrs. Hannah Lowther " ; and " Lady Hussey " ; a pair, ovals, — 

29X24 (Shepherd), £15 15s. 

52 Dahl, M., " Sir Hugh Myddelton," 39X28$ (Nicholson), £4 4s. 

53 Dahl, M., " Lady William Russell," 294X234 (Rention), £5 15s. 6d. 

54 Does, S. Van der, " Shearing Sheep," 294X34$ (Collings), £4 4s. 

55 Dietricy, " Peasants and Animals at a Ford," 344X31 (Adutt), £6 16s. 6d. 

56 Dubbels, J., "Rocky Coast Scene," with a wreck, 184x24$ (Nicholson), 

£2 2S. 

57 Dutch School, Gentleman and Lady, in black dresses ; a pair, panels — 

26$X20$ (Parsons), £35 14s. 

58 Dutch School, " Cavaliers and Ladies at a Repast," 17X30 (Coureau), £29 8s. 



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59 Dutch School, "River Scene," with buildings and figures; panel — 25X38 

(Adutt), £4 4s. 

60 Dutch School, " Hunting Party," near a river, 244X314 (Parsons), £11 os. 6d. 

61 Early English School, Lady, in pink dress, with pearl necklace, 294x24! 

(Renton), £21. 

62 Fcrrato, " The Madonna adoring the Sleeping Saviour " ; oval — 23 X 28 

(Renton), £8 8s. 

63 Ferrato, "The Madonna in adoration," 244x184 (Brook Street Gallery), 

£15 15s. 

64 Flemish School, " Dona Maria, daughter of John III, King of Portugal," 

27jX2iJ (Collings), £6 6s. 

65 Flemish School, "The Madonna and Child"; panel — 12X9 (Brook Street 

Gallery), £i 13s. 6d. 

66 Flemish School, " Woody Landscape," with figures — oval, on copper ; " Wood 

Road," with a horseman, by C. Huysmans ; and " View on the Rhine " 
(Adutt), £8 18s. 6d. 

67 Francks, F., " Dives and Lazarus" ; panel — 284x404 (Wagner), £15 4s. 6d. 

68 French School, Gentleman, playing a lute, 44X33 (Nicholson), £14 14s. 

69 French School, Lady, in striped blue and white dress; oval — 254x194 

(Harrison), £26 5s. 

70 Gainsborough, " Christopher Anstey, Esq.", in blue coat trimmed with gold, 

24X174 (Morton), £5 5s. 

71 Gainsborough, Landscape, with a building and cattle ; and " Moorland 

Scene," with horses (Adutt), £5 5s. 

72 Barly German School, "The Nativity"; panel — 194x134 (Brook Street 

Gallery), £10 10s. 

73 German School, "Head of Martin Luther"; panel — 134x104 (Renton), 

£19 19s. 

74 Goltzius, " The Queen of Sheba before Solomon " ; copper — 22 X 414 (Parsons), 

£3 3S- 

75 Gooch, F., " Horse and Groom " ; and " Horse in a Paddock " ; a pair— 

184x23 (Brook Street Gallery), £3 5s. 

76 Gordon, Sir J. Watson, P.R.S.A., " Mrs. Watson," 26x20 (Renton), £18 18s. 

77 Goya, "Head of a Gentleman," with green coat, 24X18 (Brock Street 

Gallery), £31 10s. 

78 Graw, "Still Life," 41x33 (Wagner), £2 15s. 

79 Greuze, " Heads of Girls" ; a pair — 14X124 (Brook Street Gallery), £73 10s. 

80 Guardi, F., " Fete in the Piazza of St. Mark's, Venice," with a procession, 

26X35 (Coureau), £84. 

81 Guido, "Saint Catherine," 44X36 (Parsons), £27 6s. 

82 Heem.de, " Fruit and Butterfly" ; and " Lovers in a Garden" (Ronton), 

£6 6s. 

83 Hogarth, W., "Viscount Boyne " ; Burlington House, 1891 — 21X144 (Oat- 

way), £24 3s. 

84 Hogarth, Gentleman (said to be Gay, the Poet), in grey cloak and blue 

cap; oval — 294x25 (Nicholson), £3 13s. 6d. 

85 Hondecoeter, M., "Peacock attacked by a Cock," 454x49 (Schroeder), 

£19 19s. 

86 Hoppner, Gentleman, in brown coat with white stock, 57X45 (Renton), 

£28 7s. 

87 Hoppner, Lady, in brown dress with white fichu, 29X24 (Leger), £38 17s. 



94 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

88 Hoppaer, Gentleman, in blue coat; oval — 29X24 (Amor), £24 3s. 

89 Horemans, J. J., " Masquerade Figures in a Vestibule" ; signed, and dated 

1719, 19X22 (Pawsey & Payne), £32 ns. 

90 Horemans, " Interior," with figures ; and " Landscape," with cattle ; panel 

(Brook Street Gallery), £7 17s. 6d. 

91 Hudson, T., " Miss Clarke," 48X39 (Brook Street Gallery), £7 7s. 

92 Hudson, T., "Samuel Foote, Actor," 29JX24J (Morton), £5 5s. 
92A Huysum, Van, "Fruit and Flowers," 25jXi8J (Dyer), £19 19s. 

93 Ibbetson, J. C., 1796, " Calm " and " Storm," rocky coast scenes ; a pair — 

ro£X25i (Oatway), £73 10s. 

94 Ibbetson, J. C, " Landscape," with figures threshing corn, 17X23^ (Oxen- 

ham), £14 14s. 
.95 Ibbetson, J. C, " River Scene," with buildings and cattle, 17JX 23 (Brook 
Street Gallery, £2 2s. 

96 Italian School, Lady, with lace collar and cuffs, 37^X27^ (Richardson), 

£23 2s. 

97 Italian School, "The Crucifixion," on gold ground; panel — 18X10J (Carfax), 

£14 14s. 

98 Janssens, C, Gentleman, with lace ruff, cuffs, and an embroidered belt 

panel — 43X31^ (Nicholson), £14 14s. 

99 Janssens, C, "Dr. Harvey," 30jX23§ (Brook Street Gallery), £21. 

100 Janssens, C, "Lady Moreton," 29^X24^ (Collings), £25 4s. 

101 Jordaens "Mary Magdalene anointing the Feet of Christ," 88x126 (Stre- 

letskie), £31 10s. 

102 Jordaens, J., " Shepherd holding a staff" ; panel — 43X27 (Parsons), £11 ns. 

103 Kettle, T., Gentleman, in white coat and blue vest trimmed with gold, 

50X40 (P. Moore), £ir ns. 

104 Klomp, A., " Landscape," with cattle and sheep, 25X28 (Nicholson), £27 6s. 

105 Klomp, A., " River Scene," with figures, 25X28 (Nicholson), £32 ns. 

106 Kneller, "Duke of Buckingham," 84X58 (Cohen), £29 8s. 

107 Kneller, "Gentleman, his wife, and three children," 48x61 (Braok Street 

Gallery), £7 7s. 

108 Kneller, Young Gentleman, in blue dress, 48x37 (Moore), £3 3s. 

109 Kneller, Lady, in white satin dress ; oval — 28X23 (Brook Street Gallery), 

£6 6s. 
no Lancret School, " Fete Champetre," 24JX29J (Leger), £6 16s. 6d. 
in LargiUiere, Lady, in dark dress with red scarf, 29X24J (Harrison), £15 15s. 

112 Lawrence, "Pope Pius VII," in robes; panel — 45X31 £ (Pawsey & Payne), 

£60 1 8s. 

113 Lawrence, Young Boy, with a hoop, 29^X24^ (W. Permain), £5 5s. 

114 Lely, " Catherine, Lady Hare," 29JX24J (Cohen), £8 8s. 

115 Lingelbach, "An Eastern Caravan on the March," 23JX32 (Brook Street 

Gallery), £7 7s. 

116 Mabuse, "Henry VII," in red cloak trimmed with fur; panel — 24JX20 

(Brook Street Gallery), £18 18s. 

117 Mans, F. H., " Town on a River," with boats and figures ; signed, and dated 

1683, 23JX32J (Oxford), £18 18s. 

118 Macs, "Gentleman, his wife and two daughters," in a landscape, 42^X36 

(Collings), £15 15s. 

119 Marieschi, " Piazzetta of St. Mark's, Venice," with figures, 134X17* (Gooden 

and Fox), £15 15s. 



December 3, 1910. 95 



120 Marieschi, " View in Venice," with boats and figures ; and " Woody Land- 

scape," with figures and animals (Gooden & Fox), £21. 

121 MaaOj Del, " Interior of a Spanish Prison," 37^X53 (Brook Street, Gallery), 

£12 12s. 

122 Meer, J. Van Der, " Landscape," with peasants, cattle, and sheep, 26x33 

(Becker), £4 4s. 

123 Mengs, Raphael, " Allegorical Figures," 28X18$ (Reed), £1 ns. 6d. 

124 Moor, K. de, " Earl of Rochester," in brown dress with purple cloak, 48X37 

(Parsons), £16 16s. 

125 Morland, " Figures outside a Cottage," 20^X27 (Peech), £16 16s. 

126 Morland, H., Boy, in green coat, 17x14* (Brook Street Gallery), £3 3s. 

127 Murillo, " The Magdalen," with cherubs, 60 x 36 (Brook Street Gallery), 

£11 us. 

128 Mytens, D., "Jeffrey Hudson," when a boy; and the print, by J. Stow, 

49X31$ (Leggatt), £28 7s. 

129 Netscher, C, "Gentleman, his wife, and two daughters," 17x21 (Bower), 

£21- 

130 Nollekens, J. F., " Party of ladies and gentlemen," on the bank of a river, 

32X46 (Brook Street Gallery), £44 2s. 

131 Ostade, A. Van, " A Mother and child " ; panel, oval — 6X5 (Coureau), £39 18s. 

132 P. Pannini, " Italian Ruins and Figures," 31JX42J (Renton), £28 7s. 

133 Parmigiano, " Marriage of Saint Catherine," 3i$X23$ (Brook Street Gallery), 

£6 6s. 

134 Pauditz, C, Burgomaster, with white ruff, 2SX24 (Brook Street Gallery), 

£10 10s. 

135 Potter, "Three Cows by a tree" ; panel — 14X20 (Nicholson), £13 13s. 

136 Pourbus, Gentleman, in dark dress with lace ruff ; and Lady, in black 

dress and white cap; a pair; panels, oval — 23X18 (Parsons), £36 15s. 

137 Raebum, "William, Viscount Barrington," 29X244 (Brook Street Gallery), 

£4 4S- 

138 Raeburn, Youth, in blue coat with white collar, 23x18$ (Harrison), 

£19 i9 5 - 

139 Raffaelle, " The Madonna and Child," with the infant Saint John and two 

angels; panel — 40X31 J (Nicholson), £8 8s. 

140 Redeker, Lady and Gentleman, seated at a table, 394x48$ (Landstein), 

£4 4S- 

141 Rietschoof, J. C, " Harbour Scenes" ; a pair — 31X24$ (Allen), £19 19s. 

142 Rembrandt, " The Artist," in dark dress and hat, holding a scroll, 32$X29 

(Brook Street Gallery), £50 8s. 

143 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " The Earl Temple," in Peer's robes, wearing the 

Order of the Garter, 93x57 (Cohen), £52 10s. 

144 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A. (after), " Lady Stanhope," 39x31$ (Brook Street 

Gallery), £7 17s. 6d. 

145 Reynolds, " Woody Landscape " ; and " Sea Piece," by C. Brooking (Leger), 

£8 18s. 6d. 

146 Rosa, S., " Italian Landscape," peasants and animals near an archway, 

31X41$ (Renton), £11 us. 

147 Rosalba, " Head of a Nymph," 23$ by 19$ (Obie), £6 6s. 

148 Rossi, A. C, " Dead Game and Still Life " ; and " The Infant Saviour " 

panel (Nicholson), £2 12s. 6d. 



g6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

149 Rubens, " The Dead Christ with the Virgin and Saint John " ; panel — 

37JX48 (— ), £5 15s. 6d. 

150 Sarto, Del, Philosopher, holding a skull, 25X20J (Carfax), £30 18s. 

151 Scott, "Launch of a Battleship"; unframed — 47X94^ (Abraham), £16. 

152 Scott, " Men-of-War and Boats," 28X36 (Collings), £6 6s. 

153 Smutz, J. R., " William Penkethman, Comedian" ; oval — 29JX24I (Sidney), 

£6 6s. 

154 Soest, "William Chifnnch," 26x21^ (Collings), £4 14s. 6d. 

155 Spanish School, Gentleman, in braided doublet, holding his handkerchief, 

38X35 (Reed), £5 15s. 6d. 

156 Storck, A., " Italian Seaport," 24^X29^ (Dyer), £7 7s. 

157 Sustermans, Young Lady, in red dress with lace collar, 25 £ X 19J (Carfax), 

£14 14s. 

158 Teniers, " Monkeys " — on copper ; " The Madonna and Child," with Saint 

John — ditto, octagonal; and "Head of a Monk" — unframed (Brook 
Street Gallery), £23 2s. 

159 Tiepolo, Girl, holding music, 24J X 18 (Harrison), £23 2s. 

160 Tiepolo, "Saint Peregrine," in the dress of a pilgrim, 17JX12I (Coureau), 

£52 10s. 

161 Titian, Gentleman, in dark dress with fur, 32JX25J (Hughes), £11 ns. 

162 Dyck, Van, "Princess Mary," daughter of Charles I, 48x37 (Leggatt), 

£14 3s. 6d. 

163 Dyck, Van, " Queen Henrietta Maria," oval — 26x22 (Shepherd), £16 16s. 
r64 Dyck, Van, " The Descent from the Cross " ; and " The Entombment " ; on 

copper (Oxford), £12 12s. 

165 Velde, A. Van de, " Winter Landscape," with a horseman and other figures ; 

and drawing of the same, i6JXi8J (Obie), £13 13s. 

166 Vernet, " River Scene," with washerwomen, 22X30 (Allen), £9 9s. 

167 Veronese, " Finding of Moses by Pharaoh's Daughter," 91X120 (Pawsey and 

Payne), £56 14s. 

168 Vestier, Lady, in blue dress, with jewels, 24X18J (Harrison), £78 15s. 

169 Vlieger, D., "Coast Scene," with shipping in a storm; panel — 24X40 

(Oxford), £25 4S- 

170 Vliet, W. Van der, " Anna Maria Schvermans," 40 X 34$ (Richardson), £18 18s. 

171 Vonck, J., " Dead Birds" ; panel— 25 X 18J (Allen), £8 8s. 

172 Waterloo, A., " Landscape," with stag-hunt ; and " Woody Laadscape," 

with two figures (Brook Street Gallery), £8 18s. 6d. 

173 Watteau, "Masquerade Figures"; Guildhall. 1902, 38^X32^ (Brook Street 

Gallery), £37 16s. 

174 Weenix, " Dead Birds," 28X25 (Allen), £2 2s. 

175 Wildens, " Rubens' Chateau at Steen," 33X45 (Adutt), £6 6s. 

176 Zoffany, " King George III, Queen Charlotte and their three children," 

49X44 (Leggatt), £44 2S. 

177 Zoffany, " Gentleman and his wife in a garden," 47X41 (Morton), £3 3s. 

178 Zoffany, Lady, holding needlework, 23JX19 (Hughes), £15 15s. 

179 Zuccarelli, "Landscapes," with buildings, figures, and fountains ; a pair 

oval — I9X25J (Obie), £23 2s. 

180 Zucchcro, Nobleman, in plum-coloured dress with lace collar ; panel — 

40X28^ (Streletskie), £6 16s. 6d. 



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December 5th, 1910. Christie's. 

The following were the property of the late Mr. J. 
Fieldhouse. 21, Snow Hill, Birmingham. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 " Ruined Abbey — Evening," 13$ X 19J (Butterworth), £2. 

2 " Crossing the Sands," 22X36 (Grant), £17 17s. 

3 Hardy, J., 1885, " Cirencester " ; and " Charmouth " ; a pair — 5IX7J (Grant), 

£1 us. 6d. 

4 Hemy, C. Napier, R.A., " Pendennis Castle," 13X18 (Sampson), £8 8s. 

5 Hunt, W., " A Coastguardsman," 13X9 (Fellowes), £1 us. 6d. 

6 Langley, Walter, "The Marriage Column," i8£xioi (Sampson), £8 8s. 

7 Marsh, A. H., " Feeding Time," 42X28J (Mitchell), £6 16s. 6d. 

8 Miiller, W., " Old Bristol " ; and " A Rocky Gorge " (Mitchell), £2 2s. 

9 Sandby, P., R.A., "Cathay Castle," 9£xi8£ (Smith), £2 2s. 

PICTURES. 
10 Cooper, T. G., 1898, " Cows and Sheep on the Bank of a River," 23^X35 \ 

(Dunn), £4 4s. 
n Dommershuizen, C, " Farrier's Shop, Haarlem " ; panel — 15JX12J (Mitchell), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

12 Hemy, C.Napier, R.A., 1869, "A Farmyard, Feltham," 13^X19^ (Brett), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

13 Jones, C, 1861, " Goats," n£xi3i (Brett), £4 14s. 6d. 

14 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1863, "The Way to Church," 23JX19J (Sampson), 

£30 9s. 

15 Leader, B. W., R.A, " The Welsh Hills," 15 X23 (Brett), £8 8s. 

16 Morris, P. R., A.R.A., " A Sailor and his Lass," 29^X19 (Bower), £12 is. 6d. 

17 Rosa, S., " Mountain Road," with figures ; and " View in a Town " (Butter- 

worth), £4 4s. 

18 Ruysdael, "Hilly Landscape," with two figures; panel — 29^X23^ (Fulkes), 

£1 us. 6d. 

19 Sheerboom, A., 1871, " Fighting his Battles over again," 16JX20J (Fulkes), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

20 Vickers, A., 1856, "View from Calstock Hill, Cornwall," 25X39 (Holmes), 

£19 19s. 

21 Vickers, A., 1854, "The Conway at Llanwrst," 23^X39^ (Sampson), £21. 

The property of the late J. Brown, Esq. 

DRAWINGS. 

22 Hoyer, P., Sea-Pieces (3), with shipping (Burton), £1 is. 

PICTURES. 

23 Bundy, Edgar, 1882, " The Cockatoo," 34^X28^ (Mitchell), £5 5s. 

24 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1853, " Group of cattle by a stream" ; panel — 8£x nj 

(Mitchell), £18 7s. 6d. 

25 Ferrato, " The Madonna in Prayer," 25 X 19 (Burton), £2 2s. 

26 Francks, " The Wise and the Foolish Virgins"; panel— 33^X48$ (Collings), 

£5 5S. 



98 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

27 French School, " A Bacchante," 31X24J (Roe), £5 5s. 

28 Landseer, Sir. E., R.A., "Why does a Donkey like Thistles" ; Burlington 

House, 1874. Z7JX35J (Bishop), £78 15s. 

29 Linnel, J., Sen., 1869, " The Mountain Track," 27JX38J (Bishop), £52 10s. 

30 Raffaelle (after), "Madonna del Gran Duca"; panel — 32 J X 22 (Bishop), 

£1 ns. 6d. 

31 Webb, J., 1879-80, " Near Dordrecht " ; panel — 13J X igl (Sampson), £10 10s. 

Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

32 Goodman, J. R., "A Summer Evening, Norfolk " ; and " The Marsh, Edam, 

Holland"; a pair — g£x6£ (Cheesew right) , 12s. 

33 Warren, E. G., " Stubland, near Bournemouth," 18X25 (Butterworth), £1 2s. 

34 Robertson, C, " Anxiety " : a fishing village, South Devon, 9^X14 (Mitchell), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

35 Robertson, C, " Reedham, Norfolk"; and "Bayard's Cove, Dartmouth" 

(Mitchell), £6 6s. 

36 Unknown, " A Calm," with boats off a jetty ; and " Sea-Piece," with shipping 

(Vicars), £3 3s. 

37 Johnson, C. E., 1906, "Sheen Common, Surrey," 14^X21! (White), £2 2s. 

38 Turner "Ornamental Lake," 10X16$ (White), £1 is. 

39 Hardy, T. B., " Le Portcl," i2fX2i (Blake), £17 6s. 6d. 

40 Schaffer, H. T., 1877, "Fisher Girl," 13^X9^ (Mitchell), £1 is. 

41 Boys, T. S., " Paris," 4X6J (Palser), £6 16s. 6d. 

42 Barret, G., " Italian River Scene," 4IX7J (Pawsey & Payne), £8 18s. 6d. 

43 Sandby, P., R.A., " Lea Castle, Ireland," 5jX7£ (Pawsey & Payne), £5 5s. 

44 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., "At Woolwich," 5JX8 (Grant), £4 14s. 6d. 

45 Hearne, " Near Ashstead, Surrey " ; and " Fishing Boats " (Palser), £7 17s. 6d. 

46 Varley, J., " View of Eton," 3fX5j (Vicars), £6 16s. 6d. 

47 Duval, E. J., " Autumn " ; and " A Thames Backwater" (Collot), £11 3s. 6d. 

48 Frere, Ed., 1873, " French Peasant Children," io£x7| (Withdrawn). 

PICTURES. 

49 Meer, F. V., " River Scene," with angler; panel — 11JX18J (Withdrawn). 

50 Stone, Frank, A.R.A., " The Gardener's Daughter." " One arm aloft, holding 

the bush, to fix it back she stood " — Tennyson, 1850; 294x24! (Young), 
£8 8s. 

51 Barker, J., " Highland Sheep and Collie," 49X39 (McConkey), £2 2s. 

52 Verboeckhoven, B., "Cows, Donkey, and Sheep"; monochrome — 19X26! 

(Sampson), £3 3s. 

53 Verboeckhoven, E., 1837, "An Easy Prey," 13IX10I (Misell, jun.), 18s. 

54 Whistler, " Le Militaire," 19JX15 (Fink), £42. 

55 Miiller, "Old Water Mill," 37X19! (Naylor), £4. 4s. 

56 Constable, Landscape, with haymakers, 12 X 16J (Leggatt), £9 9s. 

57 Gale, W., " Mr. F.'s Aunt" ; from the collection of Charles Dickens, 4$ X 3} 

(Newnham Davis), £1 4s. 

58 Callcott, "Rotterdam," 28x38 (Grant), £8 8s. 

59 Hermann, L., 1878, "Town on a River," 12X18 (Whiteley), £2 12s. 6d. 

60 Hublin, E., i860, "Brittany Girl at Prayer," 28JX23 (Taylor), £5 5s. 



December 5, 1910. 99 



The Property of a Gentleman. 

PICTURES. 

61 Armfield, G., 1877, " The Pipe " ; and " Head of a Dog " (Butterworth), 18s. 

62 J. B., " Coast Scenes : Moonlight " ; a pair — 6}xi4} (Davis), £1. 

63 Cole, G., "River Scene," with cattle, ii}Xi6} (Mitchell), £11 os. 6d. 

64 Barly English School, " Head of a Gentleman," with red cloak ; oval — 

19X15} (Collings), £1 is. 

65 Harris, W. E., 1880, " On the Conway at Festiniog, North Wales," 194x29} 

(Mitchell), £2 2s. 

66 Hemsley, W., " Great Expectations " ; and " Beg, Puppy, Beg," by W. H. 

Ward ; panels (Sampson), £6 6s. 

67 Horlor, G. W., 1849, "The Poacher"; and "Fruit," by W. H. Starkey 

(Misell, junr.), ios. 6d. 
• 68 Moore, C. T. S., " West India Docks : Sunset," i2}Xi8} (Lumb), £1 ns. 6d. 

69 Provis, A., " Pet Rabbits," ioJXi4 (Sampson), £g 9s. 

70 Richards, W., " Rydal Water"; and "Poultry," by Revell (Misell, jun.), 

ios. 6d. 

71 Stainton, G., "River Scene: Sunset," 13^X20} (Butt), £1 us. 6d. 

72 Stanfield, G. C, "Italian Lake Scene," 14X20} (Butt), £1 ns. 6d. 

73 Thors, J. C, "Morning"'; and "Evening"; a pair — 50X19} (Sampson), 

£5 5S- 

74 Ward, W. & J. C, 1852-3, " Fruit and Still Life " (Mitchell), £2. 

75 Woolmer, A. J., 1871, " At the Spring," i6}Xi3} (Mitchell), £2 2s. 

The Property of the Stafford Gallery (sold owing to 
change of premises). 

DRAWINGS. 

76 "In Richmond Park," 25X27} (Butterworth), 7s. 

77 Bromley, J. M., "Passing Remarks," 23-4x35} (Sampson), £4 4s. 

78 Browne, Tom, 1899, " The Donkey Race," 8X21 (Pawsey & Payne), £5 5s. 

79 Browne, Tom, " Sharpers " ; and " Behind the Scenes " (Butler), £3 13s. 6d. 

80 Buckman, P., " Breezy Marshlands " ; " Grazing " ; and " Promise of Rain " ; 

a set of three — 6JX9} (Davis), £4 14s. 6d. 

81 Dade, E., " The Beach at Robin Hood's Bay " ; and " Flamborough Head " ; 

a pair — 6}x8} (Pease), £1 4s. 

82 Dade, E., " Herring Boats, Scarborough" ; and " A Steam Trawler" (Up- 

mann), 18s. 

83 Duncan, E., 1859, " Ruined Castle " ; and " Rhudland Marsh, North Wales," 

by T. Mostyn, 1905 (Grant), £2 12s. 6d. 

84 Fullwood, J., " Pulborough Lake"; "In the Arun Valley"; and "Shep- 

herd's Goat Bridge"; a set of three — 6JX9 (Collot), £3 13s. 6d. 

85 Hankey, W. Lee, " Her Grace," 2i}Xi3 (Davis), £3 13s. 6d. 

86 Hankey, W. Lee, "Dutch Mill," 14X13} (Norcross), £5 5s. 

87 Hankey, W. Lee, " Toeing " ; and " Her Daily Work " ; a pair — 10} X 14 

(Fink), £8 8s. 

88 Hankey, W. Lee, " Young Joan-of-Arc " ; and " Jealousy " (Pope), £2 12s. 6d. 

89 Hankey, W. Lee, " In the Low Countries " and " Clouds : Rhine Country " 

(Fink), £5 5s. 

90 Jones, R., " Fishing Craft " ; and " Ploughing," by R. Hume (Davis), £4 4s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



91 Pecquereau, A., "Dutch Canal Scene"; and "Woody River Scene," with 

an angler (Mitchell), £2 2s. 

92 Walters, G. S., " Morning on the Thames " ; and " Children on the Seashore," 

by Carleton Grant, 1890 (Davis), £2 2s. 

93 Woodville, R. Caton, South African Subjects (7) ; black and white (Sampson), 

£2 2S. 

94 Woodville, R. Caton, Military Subjects, etc. (5) ; black and white (Sampson), 

£2 2S. 

PICTURES. 

95 Bennett, E. F. T., 1901, " The Salmon," 29JX24J (Cope), £1 is. 

96 Brangwyn, F., A.R.A., 1889, " All Hands aloft," 72X59 (Lister), £42. 

97 Cooper, A., R.A., Portrait of "Deception," 11JX13 (Posener), £1 is. 

98 Crellee, "A Wine Boat on Lake Geneva," 24X35 (Davis), £1 is. 

99 Davidson, Allan, " The Creek " — panel ; and " Back from the Market," by 

E. Downs (Maxwell), £1 us. 6d. 

100 Gibbs, P. W., " The Stubble Field " ; and " A Breezy Morning " (Sampson), 

£1 is. 

101 Hardy, Dudley, "The Song," 9X5 (Sampson), £1. 

102 Hunt, E. Aubrey, " Venetian Craft in a Gale," 264x39* (Turner), £8 18s. 6d. 

103 Kennington, T. B., 1886, "Arming for Conquest," i6JXi2£ (Jackson), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

104 Paul, P., " Street in Estaples " ; and " Going Home" (Jackson), £1 us. 6d. 

105 Robbe, "Sheep in a Pasture"; and "Haymaking," by H. Hulme, 1879; 

panel (Sampson), £2 2s. 

106 Robinson, Gregory, 1902, "A Purple Sea," 13^X20 (Hulbert), £3 13s. 6d. 

107 Smith, H. Bellingham, " Over the Hills" — panel; and "Chesterfield Walk, 

Blackheath," by G. E. Corner (Fisher), £1 is. 

108 Thaulow, Fritz, "In the Village," 16X19J (Sampson), £9 9s. 

109 Thomas, Grosvenor, "The Mill Pond," 154X23$ (Davis), £3 3s. 

no Menpes, Mortimer, "Spanish Cafe"; panel — 4JX6J (Sampson), £2 2s. 

in Menpes, Mortimer, "The Market Place"; panel — 3X4 (Sampson), £1 is. 

112 Menpes, Mortimer, " Mrs. Brown-Potter" ; panel — 4X3 (Young), £3 13s. 6d. 

113 Walden, L., " Dunkerque : Boys on the Quay"; and "Night at Mauve," 

by R. E. Miller (Fraser), £2 12s. 6d. 

114 Weiss, Jose, " Feeding Chickens," 15X12J (Sampson), £4 4s. 

115 Weiss, Jose, " In the Harvest Field," 154x23* (Collings), £8 8s. 

116 Weiss, Jose, "On the Arun " ; and "A Churchyard"; a pair, panel — 

94X144 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

117 Weiss, Jose, " Landscape" ; and " Rustic Cottages" ; a pair, panel — 6xioJ 

(Sampson), £4 14s. 6d. 

118 Weiss, Jose, " River Scene: Autumn" ; and " Cottages" ; panel (Sampson), 

£2 2S. 

119 Williams, Terrick, 1901, " Morning: Brixham," 27X354 (Roe), £5 5s. 

120 Williams, Terrick, 1900, " Evening : Honfleur," 224X354 (Sampson), £8 8s. 

121 Williams, Terrick, " Venice," 11JX17J (Sampson), £4 4s. 

122 Wyllie, C. W., " Isleworth," 174x314 (Visp), £2 12s. 6d. 

123 Young, C, " Country Farm " — panel ; " Landscape," with horseman ; and 

" Evening," by Sidorowitz — panel (Davis), £4 14s. 6d. 



December 5, 1910. 



December 5th, 1910. Puttick and Simpson. 

1 " The Madonna and Child, "several hundred old engravings representing the 

Holy Virgin — in portfolio (Bihn), £3 3s. 

2 Miscellaneous Engravings, Etchings, etc. — a large parcel (Morgan), £1 2s. 

3 Ornamental Drawings (37) Old Masters (Barnard), 19s. 

4 Coloured Plates (12) of Birds and Animals (Bihn), 5s. 

5 Old English Drawings (13) of Mantlepieces and Decorations (P. Barnard), 

£1 10s. 

6 French Ornaments (135) plates (Bihn), £1 12s. 

7 Engravings, by Spanish artists, etc. — a large parcel (Bihn), 15s. 

8 Portraits, by Houbraken, etc. (17), including eight original drawings (Parkes), 

1 6s. 

9 Holbein and Bartolozzi ; two portraits of ladies, printed in colours ; and 

two mezzotints (P. Barnard), 10s. 
io Lawrence, Portrait of Lady Meade; 3 Portraits of Queen Victoria, and 
12 others (Bihn), 5s. 

11 Portraits (38), by Van Dyck, Titian, Rembrandt, etc. (Bihn), 9s. 

12 Portraits of Peter the Great, etc. — a parcel (Bihn), 12s. 

13 Foreign Portraits — a parcel (Bihn), 12s. 

14 Charles III., by White, and 12 others (Bihn), 12s. 

15 Views of Brighton (2) ; Ramsgate, 1781 ; The Dunmow Flitch, etc. (Maskew), 

8s. 

16 Fielding and Hunt, 10 Coloured Views of Rangoon (Slade), 18s. 

17 " Palais Royal, Paris," large coloured view, and 9 coloured Swiss Views 

(Maskew), 16s. 

18 Swiss Views (30), coloured (P. Barnard), £1 10s. 

19 Swiss Views, 1820 (30), coloured (W.), £1 6s. 

20 Swiss and other Views, coloured (35), including 11 Drawings (Bihn), £1 5s. 

21 Regent's Park, etc., 10 coloured views (Slade), £1. 

22 Hollar's Views of St. Paul's (9), and 30 other Views of London, etc. (Money), 

1 6s. 

23 " Old Views of London," etc. — a large parcel (Maskew), 14s. 

24 Rowlandson, " Box Lobby Loungers " ; " St. James's and St. Giles' Beauties 

and 2 others (Underwood), 10s. 

25 Rowlandson. " Light Infantry Volunteers on a March," in colours, and 

7 others (Bihn), us. 

26 Rowlandson. " Summer Amusement at Margate " ; " Ducking a Scold," and 

2 others (Chalivat), 8s. 

27 " Ndson " and the "Plague of Egypt," in colours — Victory of the Nile (2) ; and 

others by Rowlandson — in colours a parcel (Bihn), 18s. 

28 Coronation Processions, some in colours — Costumes, etc. (Oppenheim), 9s. 

29 Martinet, Musee Grotesque, and 9 others — in colours (Bihn), £1 2s. 

30 Martinet. 21 Humorous Lithographs — in colours (Holt), 16s. 

31 "Sporting," by F. J. Turner; "Country," by Vernet (2); and 2 original, 

drawings of Hunting Scenes (W.), 9s. 

32 Pollard. 5 Shooting and Fishing Scenes — in colours (Brail), £1. 

33 " Russian and English Costumes," etc. (21) — in colours, 8s. 



102 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

34. Children Subjects, by Tomkins ; " The Young Anglers," " Cupid with a Mask,' 
etc. — in brown (Bihn), 17s. 

35 " Lydia," by Dickinson, after Peters ; " Auld Lang Syne," by Bunbury — 

circle, in red ; and " Lady Charlette Duncombe," after Hoppner (Chalivat), 
18s. 

36 'Cipriani, "Apollo and the Hours," in brown; "The Toilet of Venus," 

and four others (Bihn), 18s. 

37 " The Mask," by Ward, after Reynolds ; and Sir J. Reynolds, " Fortitude," 

an original drawing (on vellum) for the Oxford Window (Holt), £1 6s. 

38 Sir T. Lawrence. Original Drawings ; Portrait of Mrs. Hastings, Mrs. Charteris 

and another (Paul), £1 10s. 

39 Sir T. Lawrence. 8 original Drawings, made at Bath, 1784, including Lord 

Hood, Mr. Gardner, etc. (Paul), 17s. 

40 " French Interiors," after Gravelot, engraved by De Launay, Simonet, etc. — 

set of four (Paul), 18s. 

41 " LTnfant Prodigue," and 3 others, by Gravelot, engraved by Heilemann, 

Simonet, etc. (Chalivat). £1. 

42 " Le Bonheur de Menage par De Launay ; " Punition de Amour," and 2 

others (Bihn), 14s. 

43 "Events in the Life of Napoleon" (19), (Maskew), £1 12s. 

44 Large Scrap Book, containing old Engravings, Portraits, etc. (Bihn), £1 10s. 

45 " Spanish Armada," from old tapestries — in a vol., 13 plates (Bihn), 15s. 

46 Scrap-book, containing numerous Etchings and Drawings, and a vol. con- 

taining Raphael Pictures — on vellum (Bihn), 5s. 

47 Scrap Book, containing numerous Swiss Views (W.), 12s. 

48 Clerisseau. 14 Picturesque Views (Bihn), 12s. 

49 Hogarth, "March to Finchley" (15) and others (Maskew), 14s. 

50 Woollett, " Ceyx and Alcoyne," and a Landscape, by Vivares (Paul), 9s. 

51 Woollett, " Niobe," after Wilson, and a Landscape, after Poussin (Bihn), 10s. 

52 Woollett, " Celadon and Amelia " — View in Newstead Park, and another 

(Bihn), ns. 

53 Woollett, " Calypso and Telemachus " — " View of Hopping Mill, Ware," and 

"Morning," after Vemet (Bihn), 16s. 

54 Woollett, Landscape, after Smith, of Chichester ; one after Zaccarelli, and 

another (Bihn), 12s. 

55 " St. Mark's, Venice," after Prout, by Le Keux, proof before letters, and 

" The Witch of Endor," by Sharp, after West (Morgan) 4s. 

56 Hogarth, " Marriage a la Mode " — the set of 6 (Bihn) 13s. 

57 Morland, " The Squire's Door " and " The Farmer's Door " (Bihn), £2. 

58 Morland and Wheatley, " The Happy Family," and The Marriage," by 

Dean — mezzotints, a pair, (Holt), £3 10s. 

59 Ward, J., " Disobedience in Danger," and " Disobedience Detected " — 

mezzotints, a pair (Bihn), £5 10s. 

60 " The Village Doctress," by James Walker, after Northcote — mezzotint ; 

and " The Doubtful Shilling," after Holmes — in colours (Chalivat), £1 10s. 

61 Smith, J. R., and Ward, W., " Visit to the Grandfather," and " Visit to the 

Grandmother" — mezzotints, a pair (Chalivat), £3 17s. 6d. 

62 Morland, " The Young Nurse " and " The Angry Boy," engraved by Graham, 

a pair; and the " Shepherd Boy " — in colours (Bihn), 19s. 
■63 Morland, " Rustic Cares " ; " The Doubtful Shilling "—in colours ; and 
"The Triumph of Benevolence" (Brail), £1 8s. 



December 5, 1910. 103 



64 " The Story of Laetitia," by Morland, engraved by Bartoloti — set of 6 (Bihn), 

£4 ios. 

65 Ward, J as., " Idle Boys," mezzotint, and another (Brail), £1 ios. 

66 Morland, " Business" and " Pleasure" — a pair in colours (Holt), £1 2s. 6d. 

67 Morland, "The Weary Traveller"; "The Young Dealer"; "Winter's 

Morning " ; and " Travellers Reposing " (Lindow), £i 4s. 

68 Morland, " Visit to the Child at Nurse " (Chalivat), £1. 

69 Americana, n Rare Caricatures, relating to (Allison), 15s. 

70 Ditto, Four Early Maps, 1626, etc. (Allison), £1. 

71 Ditto, " La Mortels Sontegaux," and coloured portrait of La Fayette (Allison),. 

£*. 

72 Americana. Eleven Maps and Portraits of Jas. Wolfe (Rimell), 3s. 

73 American Views (17), by Parrot (W.), 12s. 

74 A similar lot (Macaskie), 13s. 

75 " New York," 4 Coloured Views, by Habermann (Bihn), £2 7s. 6d. 

76 Boston, 3 Coloured Views, by Habermann (Bihn), £2 5s. 

77 Rare Caricatures, relating to America (6) ; Coloured View of Salem, etc. — a 

parcel (Bihn), 16s. 

78 " Wm. Perm's Treaty with the Indians," after Ben. West, and a Portrait of 

Gen. Wolfe (Allison), £1 ios. 

79 Debruin, 4 Plates of Ornament, and 3 others (Bihn), 6s. 

80 Early Woodcuts (13) (Bruyne), 7s. 

81 " Chiaroscuros," after Titian, etc. (8) (Pihn), 15s. 

82 Durer, A., Woodcuts : " The Large Passion " ; " Life of the Virgin," etc. 

(15), i6s. 

83 Early German Woodcuts (21) (Bihn), 13s. 

84 Woodcuts (10), by Wooljemuth, Schauflein, and others (Reader), 18s. 

85 Cranach, Lucas, Woodcuts (10), " Passion of our Lord" (Bihn), £1 2s. 

86 Cranach, Lucas, " Virgin and Child " ; " St. John Preaching " ; and 3 other 

Woodcuts (Bihn), £1. 

87 Schauflein, Hans, Durer, etc. (74) (Morgan), £1 ios. 

88 Durer, A., 4 Large Woodcuts (Reigh), 18s. 

89 Old Masters, Woodcuts, Etchings, etc. (39) (Bruyne), 14s. 

90 Copies of Albert Durer, and other Woodcuts, some on vellum — a parcel (P. 

Barnard) ios. 

91 Etchings, by De Jode, Old Engravings, etc. (92) (Morgan), ios. 

92 Rembrandt Etchings, etc. (4) (Bihn), ios. 

93 French Engravings, after Gravelot (26) (Chalivat), us. 

94 Ostade Etchings (6) (Reader), 16s. 

95 Meryon, Etching, " Ministere de la Marine," and Notre Dame (Paul), 19s. 

96 Jacque, C, 5 Etchings, etc. (G. Yeulett), 3s. 

97 Miscellaneous Engravings and Etchings— a parcel (Reigh), 14s. 

98 " Venus and Adonis," by Earlom, and other engravings — a parcel (Maskew), 5s. 

99 Caricatures (15) by Rowlandson, and others — in colours (Bihn), 9s. 

100 Ditto (14), by Woodward, and others — in colours (W.), 6s . 

101 " Remarkable Beggars of London," 28 Etchings by J. T. Smith (Reader), 3s. 

102 Mezzotints (5), by Earlom, and others (Brail), ios. 

103 Etchings (7), by A. Durer, and others (Reader), 5s. 

104 French Views (8), published by Laurie and Whittle — in colours (Bihn), 15s. 

105 " Fisherman Going Out," by J. Burney, after F. Wheatley — in colours (Brail), 

£4 ios. 



io 4 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

106 " Faith " and " Charity," by G. S. ; and " j. G. Facius," after Sir J. Reynolds 

— in colours (Parker), £1 12s. 6d. 

107 " Marchande de Cupidon," in red, and 2 others (Bihn), 13s. 

108 Cries of London ; " Two Bunches a Penny " ; and " Milk Below Maids," 

by Aliprandi, after Wheatley (Holt), £1 10s. 

109 Ditto, " New Mackerel" ; and " Chair Mender," by Aliprandi, after Wheatley 

(Mayne), £2 6s. 
tio Ditto, " Turnips and Carrots " ; and " Hot Spiced Gingerbread," by Aliprandi, 

after Wheatley (Holt), £2 2s. 
in " Les Petits Marodenis," and companion, after Morland (Mayne), 18s. 

112 " La Jolie Vielleuse " and " Le Jeune Savoyard," by Routte, and one other 

(W.), I2S. 

113 " The Fond Mother," by F. Bartolozzi, and 13 other fancy subjects (Bihn), 12s. 

114 " Bumkenet and Bbouzelind " — in red, and 7 others (Chalivat), 16s, 

115 " The Farewell " ; " Doris " ; and 10 other fancy subjects — in red (Chalivat), 

12s. 

116 Wheatley, F., Original Drawing of Child Playing with Cat (Reign), 5s. 

117 " The Death of Sylvia's Stag," by F. Bartolozzi, after A. Kauffman — in colours 

(Holt), £3. 

1 18 " Leda," by J. Conde, after R. Cosway — fine impression (Bihn), 16s. 

119 The Hon. Mrs. Darner and Mrs. Cosway's Breakfast Room (Parker), £1 8s. 

120 " Hobnelia and Lubbikin," by P. W. Tomkins, after Julia Conyers (Bihn), £1. 

121 " The Poor Soldier," by P. W. Tomkins, after C. Ansell (Mayne), 16s. 

122 Miscellaneous Engravings — in portfolio (Eihn), £1 7s. 

123 Miscellaneous Engravings — in portfolio (Bruyne), 12s. 

124 Miscellaneous Engravings — in 2 portfolios (Bihn), £1 2s. 

125 Miscellaneous Engravings — in portfolio (Bihn), 12s. 

126 Miscellaneous Engravings — in portfolio (Brail), 12s. 

127 Miscellaneous Engravings — in portfolio (Money), 16s. 

128 " Tante de Gerard Dow," by J. G. Wille, proof and print, and 7 others (Bihn), 

£2 6s. 

129 Relating to Napoleon — a parcel (Bihn), £1 7s. 

130 " The Government House" ; " New York" — 2 lithographs in colours (W.), 

£1 2s. 6d. 

131 "Battle of Trafalgar," after Dodd, aquatints, in colours, a set of 4, and 

other naval prints — a parcel (Lee), £1 16s. 

132 Grotesque Christmas Pieces, by Alfred Crowquill ; " Illustrations of Time," by 

G. Cruikshank, and other Caricatures — a parcel (Bihn), 5s. 

133 "Battle of Queenston," after Dennis; "Battle of Waterloo," after Heath 

— in colours (Bihn), 15s. 

134 "Battle of Sobraon," by J. Harris, after H. Martens; others by Dubourg, 

Sutherland, etc. — mostly in colours, a parcel (Bihn), 17s, 
!35 " Coronation of George IV," by Dubourg, in colours ; " St. Paul's, Covent 

Garden," by Rooker ; " Licensed Victuallers' Dinner," by Hunt, etc. — a 

parcel (Lee), £1 2s. 
136 Sporting Subjects (8) — in colours (Bihn), us. 
.137 Sporting Subjects, mostly in colours — a parcel (Lee), £2 4s. 
.138 " Wantonness," by W. Read, in colours, and 15 other fancy subjects (Brail), 

£1 6s. 
,139 " Destruction of the Bastille," by W. Nutter, after H. Singleton, and two 

others (Bihn) 12s. 



December 5, 1910. 105 



140 " Sir Richard Stackpoole," by J. Watson ; " Lord Hamilton," after Reynolds 

and 3 others — mezzotints (Money), 10s. 

141 " Edward Lord Ellenborough," by Charles Turner, after Sir. Thos. Lawrence, 

mezzotint (Sweet and Maxwell), 15s. 

142 " Daniel dictating to the Elders," after Echout ; Portrait of a Man, by \V. 

Baillie, after Rembrandt, and 6 others, mezzotints, etc. (Bihn), 15s. 

143 "Battle of the Nile"; " Lord Duncan's Victory," by D. Orme, and 3 others 

(Parker), 16s. 

144 Fancy Subjects (11) (Bihn), 7s. 

145 " The Smiths," by R. Houston, after E. Penny, and one other — mezzotints 

(Bihn), 7s. 

146 " Merry Wives of Windsor," by P. Simon, after Rev. W. Peters ; " Attention," 

by C. Knight, after Kostar, etc. (Bihn), £1. 

147 " Inside a Country Alehouse," by W. Ward, after G. Morland — mezzotint 

(Bihn), £1 17s. 

148 " Tragedy," by Bartolozzi, etc. (12) (Brail), £2. 

149 " Duke of York," by J. Jones, after Reynolds, a full-length portrait ; " Prince 

Metternich," by S. Cousins, after Lawrence — mezzotint, proof, and 2 others 
(Holt), £1 14s. 

150 " Destruction of the Bastille," by W. Nutter, after Singleton ; " Siege of Acre," 

by Heath, after Hamilton, etc. (Bihn), 12s. 

151 " The Earl of Pembroke," by J. Dixon, after Sir Joshua Reynolds — first state 

mezzotint (Brail), 10s. 

152 " Theodore Price," after Masquerier ; " Duke of Richmond," after Wilkin, 

and Sir Thos. Le Breton, all by Chas. Turner, after Lawrence — mezzotints 
(Maskew), 6s. 

153 " The Evening," by P. W. Tomkins, after W. Hamilton, oval ; " Cupids 

Hunting," by Baillie, oval ; " Herodias," by Facius— in colours (Bihn), 
£1 is. 

154 " African Hospitality," by J. R. Smith, after Morland — mezzotint (Brail), £1. 

155 " Children Birdnesting," after Morland ; "The Fisherman"; and "The Cabin 

Boy," after Shepheard — in colours ; " Mr. Delpini in the Character of 
Pierrot," by and after W. Hincks, etc. (9) (Bihn), £1 4s. 

156 Mezzotint of Portraits (4) of Ladies, after Reynolds (Bihn), £2 10s. 

157 Historical Subjects, etc. (7), by Wynne Ryland, and others (Bihn), £1 6s. 

158 '* Judge Tindal," by H. Cousins, after T. Phillips, private plate, and 6 other 

portraits — mezzotints (Keets), £1 7s. 6d. 

159 " Capt. Coram " by Nutter, after Hogarth, etc. (Bihn), 8s. 

160 " Parish Orphans," by Capt. Baillie, and others (10), mezzotints, published by 

Sayer, etc. (Bihn), £1. 

161 " Morland's Palette," by S. W. Reynolds ; " Serenity," by Bartolozzi, etc. 

(Bihn), £1 4 s. 

162 "' Sailor Boy's Return," by W. Nutter, after Bigg, and 8 others (Boys),£i 10s. 

163 " Lord Chief Justice Raymond," by G. Vertue ; " Lord Mansfield," by and 

after B. Martin, etc. (Britton), 9s. 

164 " View on the Thames, showing the New Lion Brewery," by G. Hunt, after 

F. C. Turner, etc. — in colours (W.), 10s. 

165 Portraits of Artists, etc. (13), (Bihn), ns. 

166 " Rosalie and Lubin," by T. Park, after Beechey — mezzotint, etc. (Chalivat), 

15s. 

167 Female fancy subjects (13) (Bihn), 15s. 



106 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

168 Fancy subjects (n), (W.), 12s. 

169 Portrait of Calvin, by R. Houston and 6 others — mezzotints (Bihn), gs. 

170 " The Earl of Durham," by S. Cousins, after Lawrence ; " Lord Porchester, 

Col. of the West Somerset Yeomanry," by W. Say, after Beechey — mezzo- 
tints, etc. (Webber), £1 6s. 

171 " The Rose Bud," by Nutter, after Westall, etc. (Brail), 12s. 

172 Portraits, n various (Bihn), 5s. 

173 " Burns' Monument," by David Lucas, after Auld, etc. (Britton), 6s. 

174 " Happiness," by Burke, after Rigaud, etc. (Bihn), 14s. 

175 '" Death of Montcalm," by Chenillet ; " Death of Capt. Cook," by Bartolozzi 

and Burne, and another (J. R. Hill), 12s. 

176 Naval Engagements, after Dodd — 9 aquatints, in colours (Parker), £1 6s. 

177 Portraits — various, a parcel (Britton), 8s. 

178 Miscellaneous fancy subjects, etc. — -a parcel (Chalivat), £1. 

179 " Mrs. Siddons as the Tragic Muse," by Haward, after Reynolds, etc. (Brail), 

£i- 

180 " Lord Bishop of Peterborough," by J. Young, after Peters, etc. (Rimell), 16s. 

181 Duke and Duchess of Lauderdale, by R. Thompson, after Lely, etc., mezzo- 

tints (Lindow), 14s. 

182 "' Rest from Labour," by Burke ; and others, after Morland (Money), £1 8s. 

183 " View of the Admiralty House at Rotterdam," by F. Jukes, after Hutchinson, 

and others — in colours (Bihn), 19s. 

184 Sporting Subjects (5) — in colours (Lindow), £1 2s. 

185 " Rt. Hon. John Sullivan," by Wm. Barney ; " Right Hon. James Brudenell," 

by J. Grozer, after Romney ; and " Rt. Hon. Richard Lord Braybrooke," 
by C. Turner, after Hoppner — mezzotints (Wilber), £5. 

186 "Thomas Tompion," by J. Smith; and "Thomas Wood," by Ogborne — 

mezzotints (Macaskie), £1 2s. 

187 " Right Hon. Sir William Lee, Lord Chief Justice of King's Bench; Hon. 

Duncan Forbes, Lord President of the Court of Sessions," by Faber ; 
and " Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Eyre, Lord Chief Justice " — mezzotints (Rimell), 
£1 10s. 

188 Early mezzotint portraits (13) of Divines (Rimell), £1 2s. 

189 " Sir Edward Hawke," by Wilson ; " Right Hon. William Blakeney," by 

Faber ; and 4 others — mezzotints (Parker), £4 15s. 

190 " William Cowper," by J. Smith; " Mr. Pope," by Faber; and 5 others — 

mezzotints (Rimell), £5. 

191 " Christian VII, King of Denmark," by Houston, etc. — mezzotints (Rimell), 

£3- 

192 " Mrs. Ellen Gwynn," after Lely ; and 2 others — mezzotints (Parsons), £6 5s. 

193 Miscellaneous Engravings — a parcel (Bihn), £7. 

194 Portraits — various, a parcel (Maurice), £1 10s. 

195 A pair of Rustic Scenes, after Westall — in colours (Chalivat), £5. 

196 " General Washington," by T. Cheesman, after Trumbull — full length (Lauser), 

14s. 

197 Two Portraits of General Washington, by H. Wright Smith and Welch (Bihn), 

13s. 

198 Shipping Prints (14), in colours, by Pierre Mortier (Bihn), £1. 

199 " Thomas Lord Lynedoch," by Hodgett, after Lawrence — full-length mezzo- 

tint ; " Mrs. Siddons," by Caldwall, etc. (Bihn), 18s. 

200 " Charles I," by R. Strange, after Vandyck ; and another (Maskew), 12s. 



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201 " The Tender Mother educating her daughter from birth to marriage " — a 

set of six ovals, in red (Bihn), £5. 

202 Views (8), after Vernet, etc. (Lewis), £2 15s. 

203 " The French Burning the town of Sion," and " A Piquet of Prussian Hussars," 

by Bluck, after Gessner (Jeffrey), £1 2s. 

204 " The Prisoner," by S. W. Reynolds, after J. Northcote — mezzotint, in colours 

(Bihn), 10s. 

205 A set of three coloured French Sporting Prints, by Debucourt, after C. Vernet : 

" Le Chasseur " ; " Le Chasseur au tirer " ; and " Le retour du Chasseur " 
(Bihn), £4 10s. 

206 A pair of French coloured Figure Subjects, by Simon, after Lordon (Bihn),' 

£4 ios. 

207 A pair of coloured French prints (contemporary copies of the English subjects 

"Adelaide," and "Sylvia"), after Hamilton and Barney (Blythe), 
£3 i7s. 6d. 

208 A French coloured Print ; " The Virgin and St. Catherine," and three other 

religious subjects (Bihn), 10s. 

209 Engravings, after Wille, Boucher, etc. (8) — mostly reprints (Bihn), 16s. 

210 " The Meeting of Ulysses and Penelope," by Bartolozzi, after Rigaud (Chalivat) , 

£1 7s. 6d. 
21 r "Nicholas Berghem," by C. Turner, after Rembrandt; and three others 
(Bradley), £1. 

212 " Mrs. Braddyll," by W. Ward, after Braddyll — mezzotint (Blythe), 

£2 6s. 

213 " James Watt," by S. W. Reynolds ; " Brook Bridges," by W. Ward — mezzo- 

tints, etc. (Wilber), 10s. 

214 " Countess Lieven," by W. Bromley — proof ; and 4, after Lawrence (Bihn), 

£2. 

215 " Astarte and Zadig," by J. R. Smith, after R. Home — mezzotint in colours, 

etc. (Chalivat), 15s. 

216 Baxter, " Lake Lucerne," and another (Jacobs), 13s. 

217 " Lady Lyndhurst," by Samuel Cousins ; and A Study, by F. C. Lewis, 

both after Sir Thos. Lawrence (Jacobsen), £1 4s. 

218 " The Weary Sportsman," after Wheatley ; and "The Lucky Sportsman," 

after G. Morland, both by Soiron (Harvey), £2. 

219 "St. Cecilia," by H. R.Cook; the same, by W. Sharp, etc. — a parcel (Bihn), 

13s. 

220 and 221 " The Royal George," and seven other Naval subjects, by J. Cole, etc. — 

in colours ; " Views of London," etc., etc. — in colours (30) ; and others 
(Parker), £4 15s. 

222 " The Farmyard," by C. Turner, after J. M. W. Turner — first state, mezzo- 

tint (Oldham), 12s. 

223 " Infancy," and " Fidelity," by C. White, after R. Cosway and D. Gardner — 

a pair of ovals, in colours (Bihn), £1 17s. 6d. 

224 " Andromache Weeping over the Ashes of Hector," by W. Dickinson ; and 

" Cleopatra," by W. W. Ryland, after Angelica Kauffman — ovals, in colours 
(Brail), £1 10s. 

225 " View of the Falls of Chaudiere " ; " View of St. Anthony's Nose, on the 

North River, New York," by J. W. Edy, after G. B- Fisher, aquatints, 
in colours (2), and 3 others (Parker), £1 8s. 

226 " Lord Nelson," by W. Bromley, after R. Bowyer (G. Wilson), 6s. 

B 



108 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

ORIGINAL DRAWINGS. 

227 Bloemart, A., " Herodias," and 6 others, Old Masters (Reigh), £1 12s. 

228 Rowlandson. Views in Cornwall," and others (W.), 12s. 

229 French School. Illustrating Events in the Life of Napoleon — set of 12 (BihnK 

£3 17s. 6d. 

230 Modern Water-Colour Landscapes (13) (Levin), ns. 

231 Hindoo Drawings, in colours (25) (Bruyne), 8s. 

232 Gainsborough Sketch ; Bartolozzi, Portrait of a Lady, and 7 others 

(Levin), 12s. 

233 Portraits of Ladies and Military Commanders (78) (Bihn), £1 16s. 

234 Views, by Wylde — water-colour drawings of English landscapes, scenery, 

etc. (19), (Levin), 14s. 

235 Spreat, W., Landscape and Figure Studies (14) (Sotheran), £1. 

236 Wilkie, Cattermole, etc. (12) (Levin), 10s. 

237 Parrott, Wm., Figure Subjects, Book Illustrations, etc. (29) (W.), £1 15s. 

238 Parrott, Wm., " Greenwich Park" ; Views in and around London, etc. (23), 

(Levin), 14s. 

239 Parrott, Wm., Views in France: Honfleur, etc. (29) (Macaskie), 10s. 

240 Parrott, Wm., Studies and Sketches (50), (Simmonds), 7s. 

241 Parrott, Wm., Figure Subjects, etc. (74) (P. Barnard), £1 10s. 

242 Harding, J. B., Views : Stratford-on-Avon, Leamington, and some Continental 

views (35) (G. Heulett), 9s. 

243 Landscape, with figures and cattle, by Copley Fielding — signed (Holt). 16s. 

244 Landscapes, Studies, etc. (220). by H. Cope (Simmonds), 5s. 

245 Landscapes, Studies, etc., by Unwins, Girtin, etc. — a parcel (Bihn), 9s. 

246 Early Dutch Drawings, etc. — -a parcel (Bihn), 14s. 

247 Drawings, by Leech, etc. — a parcel (W.), £1 12s. 

248 Rowlandson, " View of Greenwich," and another (Reigh), 18s. 

249 Rowlandson, " The Honeymoon " ; " A Pompous Man," etc. (W.), £2 2s. 

250 Drawings (20), by the Old Masters (Oppenheim), £2 7s. 6d. 

251 " Dunstanboro' Castle," by J. Ward, and 4 others (Reigh), ns. 

252 Drawings by the Old Masters — a parcel (P. Barnard), £1 8s. 

253 Views in Italy, etc. (6) (Money), 8s. 

254 Landscapes, 8 various (Oppenheim), £1 4s. 

255 " On the Dart, near Totnes," and 4 others (W. Yeulett), £1 2s. 

256 Scrap Book, containing "Sheep Shearing," by Cardon, after Singleton, in 

colours, Portraits, Caricatures, etc. (W.), 16s. 

257 Scrap Book, containing Portraits, etc. (Bihn), 6s. 

Framed. 

258 " The Happy Cottagers, or the Sweets of Industry," by J. Young, after 

Rising — mezzotint, printed in colours (Lindow), £4 10s. 

259 "The Watercress Girl," by J. Young, after Zoffany — mezzotint, in colours 

(Davis), £7. 

260 "A Visit to Grandfather," by W. E. Dayes, after J. R. Smith — mezzotint 

(Jacobson), £2 15s. 

261 "The Little Volunteers," by J. Young, after Paye — mezzotint, in colours 

(Rimell), £4 10s. 

262 " The Fairings," and " Setting out to the Fair," by Eginton, after Wheatley, 

—a pair (Main waring), £5. 



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263 " Penelope awakened by Euryclea," by W. W. Ryland, after Angelica Kauff- 

man — in colours (Mainwaring), £1 15s. 

264 " The Happy Resemblance," by C. Taylor— in colours (Chalivat), 10s. 

265 " Constancy," and " La R6flexion," after Morland — a pairof miniature ovals, 

in colours (Holt), £1. 
366 " Boy with parachute " — an oval, in colours (Mayne), 16s. 

267 " Girl with begging dog," and " Girl with cat and bird," by and after Tomkins, 

— a pair, in colours (Mayne), £1 12s. 6d. 

268 " The Three Graces," by Eisen, circle in colours ; and " Cupids," by Tomkins — 

a pair of ovals in black (Holt), ns. 

269 " Le Dejeuner Anglais," by Vidall, after Lavrince — in colours (Blythe), £4. 

270 " Morning Employments," after Bunbury — oval, in red (Chalivat), £1 6s. 

271 " Rural Amusement," by J. R. Smith, after Morland — oval, in colours (Holt), 

£1 12s. 

272 " Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette in prison ' ' — pair of ovals, in colours' (W.) , £8 

273 A fine pair of classical subjects, by Josi and Scott — in colours (Chalivat), 18s. 

274 " The Rt. Hon. Lady Louisa Manners," by C. Knight, after Reynolds (Rimell), 

£1 is. 

275 A pair of oval Classical subjects — in colours (Chalivat), £1 6s. 

276 " The Fencing Match Detween La Chevaliere D'Eon and Monsieur de St. 

George," at Carlton House," by Picot, after Robineau (Chalivat), £1 2s. 

277 " The Rt. Hon. William Pitt," after Gainsborough — full length (Davis), 4s. 

278 " Michael Letellier Cancillarius," by Nanteuil (Macaskie), 5s. 

279 " Cupid Disarmed by Euphrosine," and " Cupid Binding Aglia," by T. Burke, 

after Angelica Kauffman — a pair of ovals, in brown (Ellis & Smith), £8 10s. 

280 " Mrs. Siddons as the Tragic Muse," by F. Haward, after Sir Joshua Reynolds 

(Holt), £1. 

281 " Beauty governed by Reason, rewarded by Merit," by Delattre, after Angelica 

Kauffman — circle, in red (Rimell), £1 12s. 6d. 

282 " Cymou and Iphygenia," by W. W. Ryland, after Angelia — circle, in red, in 

carved gilt frame (Davis), £2 7s. 6d. 

283 " Abelard introducing Hymen to Eloisa," by Ogborne, after Angelica Kauff- 

man — oval in red, proof before letters (Jacobson), £2 7s. 6d. 

284 " The Nymph of Immortality crowning the Bust of Shakespeare," by Barto- 

lozzi, after Cipriani — oval, in red (Holt), £2 5s. 

285 " Euphrosine Dancing," by Bartolozzi, after Amiconi — oval, in red (Holt), 

£3 7s. 6d. 

286 " Helen and Cupid," and companion, by W. W. Ryland — a pair of circles, in 

red (Jacobson), £4. 

287 " Drawing," " Composition," " Invention," and " Colour," by Bartolozzi, 

after Angelica Kauffman — a set of four (Holt), £5 5s. 

288 " Prudence and Beauty," by Bartolozzi, after Cipriani — oval , in red (Patterson) , 

£1 7s. 6d. 

289 "Minerva and the Nine Muses "; and "Sacrifice to Jupiter," by Bartolozzi, 

after Cipriani (Holt), £1. 

290 " Venus surrounded by Cupids," by Bartolozzi, after Cipriani ; and " Birth of 

the Thames," by P. W. Tomkins, after M. Cosway (Macaskie), £1 15s. 

291 " Judgment of Apollo," by Bartolozzi, after Angelica Kauffman — proof before 

letters, in black (Brail), 13s. 
192 " A Flower," painted by Varelst, by T. Burke, after Angelica Kauffman— 
circle, iu brown (Jacobson), £4 5s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



293 " Dido at the Funeral Pyle," by Delattre, after Angelica Kaufiman — oval, in 

colours (Blythe), £3 12s. 6d. 

294 " Griselda," by Bartolozzi, after Angelica Kaufiman — oval, in red (Holt), £2 2s. 

295 " Hobbinol," by Bartolozzi, after Gainsborough, and one other, by P. W. 

Tomkins, after Hamilton (Macaskie), £r 5s. 

296 " Cupid and Psyche," by Bartolozzi — in colours (Blythe), £4 7s. 6d. 

297 " Autumn," by Bartolozzi, after Angelica Kaufiman — oval, in red (Macaskie), 

£1 15s. 

298 " Prudence and Beauty," after Cipriani — in red ; and " Nymphs Bathing," 

after Angelica Kaufiman — in black ; both by Bartolozzi — ovals (Holt), £4. 

299 " The Countess of Blessington," by Samuel Cousins, after Lawrence — mezzo- 

tint (W. Yeulett), £3. 

300 " Lady Peel," by Giller, after Lawrence — mezzotint (Webber), 14s. 

301 " Lady Lyndhurst," by Samuel Cousins, after Lawrence — mezzotint (Webber), 

£2 7s. 6d. 

302 " Countess of Wilton," by Phillips, after Lawrence — mezzotint (Oldham), 18s. 

303 " Nature " (Calmady Children), by Samuel Cousins, after Lawrence — mezzo- 

tint (Webber), £5 10s. 

304 " Boyhood's Reverie," by Samuel Cousins, after Lawrence — mezzotint (Robin- 

son), £3. 

305 " Capt. the Hon. George Douglas, R.N.," by W. Say — mezzotint, printed in 

colours (Russell), £4 15s. 



December 6, 19 10. 



December 6, 19 10. Christie's. 

The Property of the Rt. Hon. Earl Bathurst, of 
Cirencester House, Cirencester. 

ETCHINGS. 
Unframed. 

1 Baldini, B., One of the Tarocci cards (Obach), £5 5s. 

2 Beham, H. S. 9 " Judith" (B. 12) ; " Cimon and his daughter" (B. 75) ; and 

another (Maggs), £2 5s. 

3 Blooteling, A., " Thomas Osborne, Earl of Danby" (W. 33), first state ; and 

" Charles I as Prince of Wales" (F. 520), first state, by de Pass (Rimell), 
£1 12s. 

4 Burgkmair, H., " Emperor Maximilian on horseback " (B. 32), very rare ; 

and another (Maggs), £26. 

5 Cranach, L., " Christ Lamented " (B. 18) ; and " The Resurrection " (B. 20) — 

proofs (Hess), £14. 

6 Cranach, L., "St. Christopher" (B. 58), and five others (Hess), 10s. 

7 Cranach r L., " St. George and the Dragon " (B. 64), (Hess), £7. 

8 Cranach, F., " Portrait of Melanchthon " (B. 153) (Hess), 10s. 

9 Durer, A., The set of the Passions (16 prints) (B. 3 — 18) (Hess), £110. 

10 Durer, A., " Christ on the Mount of Olives" (B. 19), first state; and an im- 
pression of the second state (Colnaghi), £18. 
n Durer, A., " The Man of Sorrows " (B. 20) (Hess), £12 10s. 

12 Durer, A., " Ecce Homo" (B. 21) (Obach), £6. 

13 Durer, A., " The Sudarium " (B. 25) (St. Aubyn Collection) (Gutekunst), £42. 

14 Durer, A., "The Sudarium held by an angel" (B. 26) (Artaria Collection) 

(Maggs), £8 10s. 

15 Durer, A., " The Virgin and Child and St. Anne" (B- 29), (Nagler Collec- 

tion), (Maggs), £4 10s. 

16 Durer, A., " The Virgin and Child on a crescent " (B. 30) (Maggs), £22. 

17 Durer, A., " The Virgin with crown and sceptre" (B. 32) (Dunthorne), £24. 

18 DUrer, A., " The Virgin with short hair" (B. 33) (Colnaghi & Co.), £32. 

19 Durer, A., " The Virgin and Child under a tree (B. 35) ; and "The Virgin 

suckling the Infant Jesus" (B. 36) (Hess), £13. 
(Reiss Collection.) 

20 Durer, A., " The Virgin Crowned by an angel " (B. 37) (Morrison Collection) 

(Hess), £21. 

21 Durer, A., " The Virgin with the Infant Jesus in swaddling clothes " (B. 36) 

(Dunthorne), £20. 

22 Durer, A., " The Virgin crowned by two angels " (B. 39) ; and a copy (Hess), 

£14- 

23 Durer, A., " The Virgin and Child by the city wall " (B. 40) (Obach), £40. 

24 Durer, A., " The Virgin with a pear" (B. 41) (Gutekunst), £32. 

(Cornill-d'Orville Collection.) 

25 Diirer, A., " The Virgin with a monkey " (B. 42) (Obach), £85. 

26 Diirer, A., "The Holy Family with the butterfly" (B. 44) (Obach), £46. 

27 Diirer, A., " The Five Apostles " (B. 46-50) (5 prints) (Obach), £22. 

(Dumesnil, Marshall and Morrison Collections.) 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



"St. Christopher" (B- 51), (Hess), £13. 
"St. Christopher" (B. 52) (Hess), £15. 
" St. George and the Dragon " (B. 53) (Gutekunst), £19. 
" St. George on horseback " (B. 54) (Gutekunst), £26. 
" St. Sebastian " (B 56) (Rimell), £4. 
(Perry and Ruhl Collections.) 

" St. Hubert " (B. 57) (Hess), £40. 
" St. Anthony " (B. 58) (Dunthorne), £38. 
" St. Jerome in his cell " (B. 60) (Hess), £62. 
"St. Genevieve" (B. 63) (Hess), £17. 

(Folkes, Dent and Beham Collections.) 

" The Witch " (B. 67) (Waldburg Collection) (Rimell), £7 10s. 

"Apollo and Diana" (B. 68) (Gutekunst), £15. 

" The Satyr family " (B. 69) (Hess), £14. 

Group of five figures (B. 70) ; and " Rape of a woman " (B. 72) 

£3. 

" The Rape of Amymone " (B. 71) ; and a copy (Hess), £17. 

"Melancholia" (B. 74) (Rimell), £5. 

(Perry and Donnadieu Collections.) 

Group of four women (B. 75) (Gutekunst), £17. 
" The Little Fortune " (B. 78) ; and " Justice " (B. 79) (Hess), £4. 
" The Little Courier " (B. 80) ; and " The Lady on horseback 
soldier" (B. 82) (Maggs), £11. 

" The Peasant couple walking " (B. 83) (Hess), £4 10s. 
" The Cook and the hostess " (B. 84) (Colnaghi & Co.), £26. 
" The Turk and his family " (B- 85) (Gutekunst), £4. 
A group of warriors (B. 88) (Pawsey & Payne), £7. 
(Novak Collection.) 

" Death and the lovers " (B. 94) (Hess), £16. 
"The Little Horse" (B. 96) (Hess), £26. 
(Bell-Scott Collection.) 

" The Great Horse " (B. 97) (Hess), £28. 

" The Cannon " (B. 99) (McAuffray), £2 5s. 

" The Arms with the cock " (B. 100) (Hess), £42. 

" The Coat of Arms with the skull " (B. ior) (Maggs), £33. 

" Albert of Mayence, the Great Cardinal " (B. 103) (Dunthorne), 

" Frederick of Saxony " (B- 104) (Dunthorne), £5. 
" Philip Melauchthon " (B. 105) (Obach), £5 10s. 
" St. Hubert " (B. 57) (Rimell), £1 16s. 

WOODCUTS. 
60 Diirer, A., "The Great Passion" (B- 4-15) (Artaria Collection) (12 plates) 

(Hess), £42. 
€1 Diirer, A., " The Small Passion " (B- 16-52) (37 plates) (Gutekunst), £21. 

62 Diirer, A., Eight duplicate impressions from the " Small Passion " (Rimell) 3s. 

63 Diirer, A., " The Life of the Virgin " (B. 76-95) (20 plates) (Hess), £40. 

64 Diirer, A., " St. Christopher" (B. 103) ; and " St. Jerome " (B. 113) ; first 

state (St. Aubyn Collection) (Parsons), £1 is. 



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Diirer, 


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35 


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38 


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Diirer, 


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53 


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December 6, 1910. 113 

65 Diirer, A., " Ulric Varnbuler" (B. 155) (Gutckunst), £28. 

66 Diirer, A., " St. Martin and St. John in sight of the Heavenly Throne " 

(2 plates) (Maggs), 5s. 

67 Gellee, Claude, "The Storm," "'The Shipwreck," and four others (Maggs), 

£3 I5S. 

68 Gellee, Claude, " The Wooden Bridge," and " Seaport with a large, tower " 

(Dunthorne), £4 10s. 

69 Gellee, Claude, " The Sunrise," and two others (Maggs), £3 15s. 

70 Goltzius, H., " The Virgin weeping over the dead body of Christ" (B. 41) 

(Hess), £6 10s. 

71 and 72 Houbraken, J., " Nicolas Struyck " ; and "Jacob van Hoom"; Leyden, 

Lucas Van, " The Virgin and Child " (B- 82) (Pawsey & Payne), £5 10s. 

73 Mantegna, A., " The Procession " (B. 13) (Rimell), 10s. 

74 Master, I. B-, "Bacchanalian Scene" (B. 35); and another (Hess), £6. 

75 Ostade, A. Van, " The Charlatan " ; and 19 others, mostly copies (Rimell), 10s. 

76 Pass, C. de, " The Visitation " and 18 others (Hess), £r 5s. 

77 Potter, P., " The Herdsman " ; the set of Cows and Oxen ; and another 

(Maggs), ns. 

78 Rembrandt, " The Tribute Money " (B- 68) ; " Christ disputing with the 

Doctors " (B- 64) ; and another (Parsons), £2 10s. 

79 Rembrandt, " The Pancake Woman " (B. 124) ; " The Flute Player " (B. 118); 

and another (Rimell), £1 as. 
$0 Rembrandt, " The Holy Family " (E. 62) ; " Two Beggars " (B. 164) ; and 
another (Gutekunst), £2 10s. 

81 Rembrandt, Landscape with a canal and two swans (B. 345) (Rimell), 5s. 

82 Rembrandt, " Portrait of Uitenbogaardus " (B. 279) ; and several others 

(some copies) (Rimell), 10s. 

83 and 84 Robetta, " Cupid tying a young man to a tree " (B. 25) ; Rota, Martin, 

"View of Florence," with two portraits (Hess), £1 15s. 

85 Boucher, F., "The Four Elements," original drawings, and two others 

(Parsons), £2 15s. 

86 GrateJoup, J. B. de, "J. B. Bossuet," after Rigaud (F. 1), first state (Obach), £6. 

87 Grateloup, J. B. de, the same, undescribed state, with the number 1 of the 

date 1771 only (Dunthorne), £7. 

88 Grateloup, J. B. de, the same, undescribed state, with 17 instead of 1771 

(Obach), £5 ios. 

89 Grateloup, J. B- de, the same, with 177 (Obach), £5. 

90 Grateloup, J. B- de, the same, second state, with the full date 1771 (Dun- 

thorne), £6 ios. 
•91 Grateloup, J. B- de, " J. B. Bossuet," after Rigaud (F. 2), (in an oval), 
first state (Obach), £8 ios. 

92 Grateloup, J. B. de, the same, second state, before Bossuefs name (Dun- 

thorne), £5 ios. 

93 Grateloup, J. B. de, " R. Descartes," after Franz Hals (F. 3), first state 

(Dunthorne), £10. 
•94 Grateloup, J. B. de, the same, same state (Obach), £3. 

95 Grateloup, J. B- de, the same (F. 3), second state (Obach), £7. 

96 Grateloup, J. B. de, the same (F. 3), third state (Dunthorne), £2. 

97 Grateolup, J. B. de, " John Dryden," after Kneller (F. 4), first state (Obach) 

£4 ios. 

98 Grateloup, J. B. de, the same (F. 4), second state (Dunthorne), £6 io<. 



ii 4 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

99 Grateloup, J. B. de, the same, undescribed state between second and thirds 
before Grateloup's name, but with the alteration of the " i " into " j " 
(Obach), £2 10s. 

100 Grateloup, J. B. de, the same, third state, with the name of Grateloup added 

(Dunthorne), £2. 

101 Grateloup, J. B. de, " Fenelon," after Vivien (F. 5), second state (Dun- 

thorne), £12. 

102 Grateloup, J. B- de, the same, same state, before all letters (Obach), £7. 

103 Grateloup, J. B. de, " Adrienne Lecouvreur " (F. 6), first state before all 

letters (Obach), £16. 

104 Grateloup, J. B. de, " Montesquieu," after Dassier, second state (Dunthorne), 

£1. 

105 Grateloup, J. B- de, " Melchior ne Polignac," after Rigaud, very rare second 

state of four (Obach), £15. 

106 Grateloup, J. B. de, " J. B- Rousseau," after Aved, only state (Dunthorne), 

£1. 

Different properties. 

Framed. 

107 Durer, A., " The Bath " (B. 128), proof ; and " Portrait of Hans Sachs," 

by Brosamer (Colnaghi), £4 10s. 

108 Durer, A., "Death and the soldier" (B. 132) (Maggs), 10s. 

109 Durer, A., " Melancholia" (B. 74) (Parsons), £5 15s. 6d. 

no Durer, A., "The Cook and the hostess" (B. 84) (Hess), £16. 

in Durer, A., " Frederick, Duke of Saxony" (B. 104) (Obach), £3 10s. 

112 Beham, B., " The Virgin and Child " (B. 18) ; and " Coat of Arms " (B. 255) 

(Hess), £7. 

113 Beham, B., "Charity" (B. 137); and "Susannah and the Elders," by 

Pencz (McAuffray), £3 5s. 

114 Nanteuil, " Claude Regnauldin " (Parsons), £1 16s. 

115 Cameron, D. Y., " Dark Angers," and a " View on the Rhine," by Goodall 

(Parsons), £4. 

116 Cameron, D. Y., " Harfleur " (Connell), £27 6s. 

117 Cameron, D. Y., " John Knox's House" (Connell), £23 2S. 

117a Cameron, D. Y., "The Palace, Stirling Castle" (Obach), £39 18s. 
Unframed. 

118 Cameron, D. Y., "The Clyde" series, a set of twenty etchings in a port- 

folio (Connell), £86 2s. 

119 Cameron, D. Y., " The Source of the Clyde " ; " Tillietudlem " ; " Lochranza 

and Ailsa Craig " (Obach), £7 7s. 

120 Cameron, D. Y., " Lady in a hat" ; " Bowden " ; " Cadzow Castle " ; and 

another (Obach), £39 18s. 

121 Haden, Seymour, " Shere Mill Pond," second state (Parsons), £48 6s. 

122 Haden, Seymour, " Battersea Reach " (D. 45) ; and " Hands Etching '" 

(D. 84), (Rimell), £3 3s. 

123 Haden, Seymour, " Penton Hook " (D. 62) (McAuffray), £2 12s. 6d. 

124 Haden, Seymour, " Kew Side " (D. 73) ; and " Railway Encroachment " 

(D. 65) (Parsons), £1 is. 

125 Bejot, E., " Le Ponton " ; and four others by Jacques and Lalanne (Connell), 

10s. 

126 Shannon, C. H., " Portrait of Professor Legros " ; and " Portrait of Whistler"' 

(McAuffray) £2. 



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T27 Whistler, "Afternoon Tea" (W. 147); and "Reading" (W. 13) (Maggs), 
£5 5S. 

The property of the late Andrew Maxwell, Esq., 8, St. 
James' Terrace, Hillhead, Glasgow. 

BOOKS. 

128 The British Museum, reproduction of drawings of Old Masters, Part 1, plates, 

1888 ; and nineteen plates from Jameson's Court Beauties ( ), 18s. 

129 Lawson, Cecil, by Edmund W. Gosse, with illustrations by Herkomer and 

Whistler, 1883 ; and The Christy Album, illustrated (Parsons), 13s. 

130 Hammerton, P. G. The Graphic Arts, plates, 1882 (Parsons), 18s. 

131 Hammerton, Etchers and Etchings, third edition, with etchings, 1880 

(Rimell), £2. 

132 Society d'Aquarellistes Francais, numerous fine plates, Japanese vellum 

paper copy, in eight portfolios (Maggs), £1 18s. 

133 Grands Peintures Francais et Etranger, with plates, Japanese vellum paper 

copy, in eight portfolios (Rogers), £1 15s. 

134 Etchings. Chauvel, T. Fourteen etchings, after P. W. Crome, Rousseau, 

etc. N.D. (Rimell), 9s. 

135 Etchings. A series of twenty-one plates to illustrate the Arabian Nights, 

by Laulauze ; and eleven plates to illustrate La Fontaine's fables, by 
Flameng and others (Rimell), 10s. 

136 Turner, J. M. W., Picturesque views in England and Wales — large paper, 

2 vols., half morocco, uncut, top edge gilt, 1837 (Maggs), £3 5s. 

137 Turner, J. M. W., The Turner Gallery, sixty Engravings from his principal 

works, with Memoir and Text, by R. N. Wornum, india proofs, morocco 
extra, gilt edges (Parsons), £1 10s. 

138 Burne-Jones, Sir Edward, A Record and Review, by Malcolm Bell, photo- 

gravure plates, 1892 (Rimell), 14s. 

139 Moore, Albert, Life and Works, by A. L. Baldry, 1894 ; twenty-one examples 

of Dutch Art, edited by A. G. Temple, 1904 ; and Rajon, twelve etchings, 

1889 (Parsons), £1 10s. 

140 Corot, J. B. C, a Son Oeuvre, par Maurice Hamel, five plates, 2 vols., 1905 

(Rimell), 19s. 

141 Leyde, Lucan de, Oeuvre de, par Amand-Durand et G. Duplessis, fine plates, 

N.D. (Parsons), £3 15s. 

142 Dyck, Van, Ean Forte de, reproduites et publiees, par Amand-Durand, plates, 

N.D. (Williams), 18s. 

143 Mantegna, A., Oeuvre de, par Amand-Durand et G. Duplessis, plates on 

China paper, 1878 (Williams), £1 12s. 

144 Diirer, A., Oeuvre de, par Amand-Durand et G. Duplessis, beautiful repro- 

duction, morocco gilt edges (Connell), £13 13s. 

145 Schongauer, M., Oeuvres de, par Amand-Durand et G. Duplessis, fine repro- 

ductions, 1881, two portfolios (Parsons), £4 4s. 

146 Holbein, Hans, par Paul Mantz, Holland paper copy, plates in two states, 

half morocco, uncut top edges, gilt, 1879 (Rimell), £1 10s. 

147 Vienna Gallery, Gemalde — Galerie in Wien, von W. Unger, fine plates on 

India paper ; 25 parts, in large portfolio covered with crimson velvet, also 
text in half morocco ; Wien, 1876 — 1885 (Parsons), £3 10s. 

148 Rembrandt, Oeuvres de, par Amand-Durand, five plates on Japanese vellum 

including pieces libres, in three portfolios (Rimell). £5 10s. 



n6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



December 10, 1910. Christie's. 

The property of a Gentleman. 

PICTURES. 

1 Carre, M., " Peasant, cattle, sheep, and goats," near ruins, 22X27* (Eades), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

2 Dutch School, An Admiral, in dark dress, with gold sword-belt, 49X39 

(Turner), £19 19s. 

3 Dutch School, " Peasant driving cattle," 30X39 (St. Hense), £9 19s. 6d. 

4 Dutch School, " Courtyard of a Palace " ; and Landscape, with peasant and 

dog ; panel (Calvin), £11 ns. 

5 Early English School, Gentleman, in dark coat, 29X24 (Cohen), £3 13s. 6d. 

6 Flemish School, " The Adoration of the Magi "; panel — 29 X 22! (Heape), £6 6s. 

7 French School, A Prince, in uniform, with flowing wig ; and a Gentleman 

holding a crayon (Brown & Phillips), £6 16s. 6d. 

8 Gainsborough, Hilly Landscape, with peasants and cattle, 16x23 (Leger), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

9 Gainsborough, T., R.A. (after), "The Cottage Door," 594X474 (Hall) £7 7s. 

10 Hoare, W., R.A., Charles Jennens, Esq., in blue coat — oval ; and Gentleman, 

in brown coat (Parsons), £1 13s. 6d. 

11 Kneller, Sir G., " Sir A. Daen "; and " Thomas Bowdler, Esq."; sculptured 

oval (Leggatt), £9 9s. 

12 Ducq, J. Le, " Party of Cavaliers and Ladies "; panel — 26X37 (T. Permain), 

£110 5s. 

13 Moreelse, P., " Archduke Albrecht of Austria," in armour, oval ; and " The 

Archduchess Isabella" ; a pair— 274x21 (Dyer), £94 10s. 

14 Palamedes, A., "Party of Cavaliers and Ladies feasting"; panel — 26X31 

(T. Permain), £157 10s. 

15 Raphael School, "The Holy Family" ; panel — 26x21 (Nicholson), £12 12s. 

16 Rubens, " Martyrdom of Saint Peter," 15 X n (Maelmann), £4 10s. 

17 Rustici, F., Painting and Architecture, 344x26 (Reed), £3 13s. 6d. 

18 Sustermans, Prince Ferdinand, son of Cosimo II, Grand Duke of Tuscany, 

in armour, 39X31 (Renton), £15 15s. 

19 Dyck, Sir A. Van (after), Children of Charles I, by Stone, 63x76 (Cohen), 

£25 4S- 

20 Velde, W. Van de, " An Embarkation " : men-of-war, with small boats in 

foreground; monochrome; signed, and dated 1665; 46x68 (Calvin), 
£94 10s. 

21 Vernet, J., " Italian Coast Scene," 384x53 (Metchkoosby), £10 10s. 

J22 Weenix, J. B., Baron de Faucon, his wife, and five children, 534x63 J (Filtes), 
£16 16s. 

The property of a Lady. 

PICTURES. 

23 Both, A., " Boors playing cards," 11X14 (Brown & Phillips), £15 15s. 

24 Brauwer, A., " Three boors singing," ; panel — io4x8J (Beaumont), £10 10s. 

25 Brekelcnkam, Q., Interior of an apartment, with a cook, maid, and child ; 

signed, and dated 1663; panel — 20X154 (Dowdeswell), £567. 



December 10, 1910. 117 

26 Collet, J., Lady, in blue dress, 29X24 (Goupil), £19 19s. 

27 Coques, Gonzales, Lady, in white dress, holding flowers ; copper — 6x5 (Peto), 

£21. 

28 Coques, Gonzales, Young Lady, in green and pink dress ; copper — 6J X 5$ 

(Howard), £22 is. 

29 Cuyp, A, Youth, carrying a goose ; panel — 13 by 9 (Rutley), £54 12s. 

30 Dahl, M., "Catherine Sidley, Countess of Dorchester"; oval — 28x23$ 

(Gooden & Fox), £27 6s. 

31 Griffier, Jan, " View on the Neckar " ; panel — 17x23 J (Collings), £4 4s. 

32 Kneller, William Congreve, 29^X23! (Buck), £4 14s. 6d. 

33 Lely, "Anne, Countess of Southesk," 29JX24 (Leggatt), £16 5s. 6d. 

34 Mignard, Lady, in rich blue dress, seated, 29^X25 J (Shepherd), £17 17s. 

35 Neefs, P., " Interior of a Cathedral," with figures : signed, and dated 1648 ; 

panel — 15! X22 (Collings), £17 17s. 

36 Ostade, A. Van, " Two Peasants," seated before a fire in a kitchen ; panel — 

12X10 (Buttrey), £294. 

37 Reynolds, Young Girl (said to be the Margravine of Anspach), in blue dress, 

holding a rose, 29^X24 (Shepherd), £11 ns. 

38 Steen, Jan, "Village Wedding," 19JX26 (Buttrey), £672. 

39 Teniers, D., "Farm Scene," with peasants, cows, pigs, and dog, 17^X23$ 

(Cohen), £25 4s. 

40 Teniers, D., Landscape, with a fortune-teller; panel — i6Jxi4f (Buttrey), 

£44 2S. 

41 Teniers, D., " Village Scene," 13X11I (Buttrey), £18 18s. 

42 Teniers, D., Woman, holding a glass ; and Man, filling a pipe ; a pair : panel — 

5iX4j (Schroeder), £13 13s. 

43 Tol, D. Van, Old Woman, at a doorway ; panel — ioJxS (St. Hens6), £33 12s. 

44 Witte, E. de, " Interior of a Church," with figures; panel — 17X13 (Calvin), 

£22 is. 

45 Wynants, J., " River Scene," with horsemen and peasants ; signed, and dated 

1673; panel — 13IX16 (H. M. Clark), £157 10s. 

46 Wynants, J., Landscape, with figures near a pool, 11 X &\ (Howard), £11 os. 6d. 

Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

47 Dyck, Van, " Head of Cardinal Bentivoglio " ; pen and sepia ; collectioa 

of Sir T. Lawrence, P.R.A., 4X3 (Black), £16 16s. 

48 Bosio, J. F., 1803, "Lever des Ouvrieres en Linge," 8J X i2i (Salaman), 

£19 19s. 

PICTURES. 

49 Brakenburg, R., " Dutch Courtyard," with figures merry-making ; signed 

and dated 1691, 18^X22 (Little), £105. 

50 Netscher, C, An Artist, in dark dress with white cravat ; signed, and dated 

1669; panel — i6ixi3i (Buttrey), £84. 

51 Romney, G. (after), Lady, in pink cloak, 29^X24^ (Vicars), £29 8s. 

52 Early Flemish School, " The Virgin," in red dress, holding the Infant Saviour; 

panel — 11x7 (Johnston), £110 5s. 

53 Mieris, Lady, in red cloak, with basket of fruit, 15 x 12$ (Amor), £29 8s. 

54 Early English School, Girl, in white dress, holding a bird, 44X31 (Col. Cross), 

£11 os. 6d. 



n8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

55 Fragonard, H., Dancer, in pink and white dress; panel — 12X9 (Sabin), 

£99 15s. 

56 Huysum, J. Van, "Flowers in a Vase"; signed, and dated 1738, 26X22 

(Guinness), £31 10s. 

57 Mierevelt. Lady, with white ruff, cap, and cufis, 37iX28£ (Ewart), £27 6s. 

58 Rombouts. Lady and Gentleman on horseback, with carriage and attendants, 

27iX40 (Harrison), £39 18s. 

59 Early English School, Lady, in white dress ; oval, — 29X24^ (Parsons), £8 8s. 

60 Hondecoeter, G., "Domestic Poultry"; panel — 18JX24J (Fleischner), 

£11 ns. 

61 Kalraat, B. Van, A Quay, with shipping, figures, and animals, 34^X45$ 

(Warne), £42. 

62 Hals. Boy, in black coat and cap, holding a jug, and lighting his pipe from 

a brasier, 17x14 (Nicholson), £315. 

63 Teniers, D,. Landscapes, with buildings and figures ; a pair ; panel — 3! x 5i 

(Smith), £6 16s. 6d. 

64 Allori, "Christine de Lorraine," 52X37 (Overall), £17 17s. 

65 Early English School, Child in red cloak, 35jX27£ (Leggatt), £23 2s. 

66 Gainsborough School. Lady, in white dress, with black hat, 29X24 (Pitt), 

£168. 

67 Rembrandt School. Gentleman, in brown cloak, with fur hat ; panel — 

l8£xi4i (Huggins), £152 5s. 

68 Ruysdael, J. Van, " River Scene," with peasants, sheep, and goat, 354x55! 

(Lippmann), £2,362 10s. 

69 Spanish School, Head of a man, 27JX22J (Grundherr), £5 5s. 

70 Luttichuys, J., Lady, with white collar and cuffs, 29JX24 (Grundherr), 

£54 I2S. 

71 Lancret, "The Flute Player," io£xi4 (Harrison), £36 15s. 

72 Italian School, " Venus and Cupid," 36x29 (Lucas), £21. 

73 Huysum, Jan Van, "Vase of Flowers," and bird's-nest ; panel — 27JX22J 

(Sabin), £73 10s. 

74 Ruysdael, J. Van, " Woody River Scene," with an angler; panel — 24JX29 

(Hoffman), £89 5s. 

75 Sienese School, " The Madonna and Child with Saints," " The Entomb- 

ment," in a lunette above ; panel — 22! X 13J (Johnson), £26 5s. 

76 Cuyp, " Cattle and Anglers" ; panel— 20X31 (Potter), £10 10s. 

77 Hogarth, Gentleman on horseback, before an inn, 30J X 37J (Brown & Phillips) 

£24 3S- 

78 Heem, C. de, " Fruit, Lobsters, and Still Life," 28JX41 (Calvin), £60 18s. 

79 Cuyp, Lady, in dark dress ; panel — 25X20 (Holmes), £22 is. 

80 Palamedes, Ladies and Gentlemen, at a table; panel — 13X18 (Fleischner), 

81 Early English School, " Warren Hastings," with his wife, and Indian atten- 

dant, 40X51 (Sabin), £105. 

82 Craesbeeck, " A Toper," holding a jug ; panel — 7jx6| (Huggins), £6 6s. 

83 Teniers, D., "Interior of a guardroom"; panel — 134x19} (Schroeder), 

£11 ns. 

84 French School, " Henri IV," in armour, 81x51 (Warren), £11 ns. 

85 Early English School, Two Youths (of the Cawthorne family), 92 X 58 (Beevor), 

£6 6s. 

86 Early English School, "Lady Cawthorne," 92X56 (Cohen), £6 6s. 



December 10, 1910. 119 



87 Dutch School, Girl, in black dress, with lace collar, 30x24 (Cohen), £75 12s. 

88 Stubbs, G., R.A., "The Harvest Wagon," 26X37J (Renton), £6 16s. 6d. 

89 Dutch School, " Erasmus," holding a book ; panel — 31X24J (Renton), £6 6s. 

90 Hoppner, J., R.A., " Miss Frances Burney " (Madame D'Arblay), authoress, 

49iX39 (Buttrey), £147. 

91 Verelst, W., " Dead Pheasant," 24X29 (Christie), £12 12s. 

92 Kneller, Sir G., " Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough," 29X24 (Gooden & Fox), 

£31 10s. 

93 Nasmyth, P., 1828, " Woody Road Scene," with two figures and a dog ; 

panel — 16JX21I (Agnew), £451 10s. 

94 Early British School, " Mrs. Henry Mackenzie" ; panel — 29X24J (Renton), 

£9 9S- 

95 Ostade, A. Van, " Interior of a School," with a carcass and children, 29X24 

(T. Permain), £99 15s. 

96 Early English School, Lady, in white dress with lace scarf, 93X57 (Renton) 

£30 9s- 

97 Chandler, J. W., Lady, in black dress with white fichu, 50X374 (Turner), 

£210. 

98 Nasmyth, P., " Kilchurn Castle, Loch Awe"; panel — 17^X23^ (Palmer), 

£39 18s. 

99 Bruges School, " The Madonna " (in green dress and red cloak) nursing the 

Infant Saviour; panel — 14^X11^ (L. Hind), £325 10s. 

100 Hoppner, J., R.A. (after), " Rt. Hon. William Pitt," by Thomas-Stewardson, 

55X45i (Leggatt), £18 18s. 

101 Bol, F., " Hainan's Feast," 45X47 (Symons), £336. 

102 Hayman, "The Thames at Lambeth," 24JX43 (Beaton), £12 12s. 

103 Lancret, "Masquerade Figures," 29^X23 (Amor), £31 10s. 

104 School of Hogarth, " Apartment," with a lawyer, etc. ; panel — 17 x 30 (Agnew), 

£46 4s. 

105 Scott, S., "Westminster from Adelphi Terrace," i6JX39i (C. Davis), 

£94 10s. 

106 Scott, S., " Westminster from the River," 16JX27J (Agnew), £54 12s. 

107 Van Goyen School, "Village on a River"; panel — 18JX30} (Leete), 

£14 14s. 

108 Muziano, Girolamo, " Saint Peter " ; and " Saint Paul " ; a pair ; panel — 

60X26 (Grant), £5 5s. 

109 Reynolds School, " Muscipula," 27JX22 (Hudson), £12 12s. 

no Molenaer, J. M., "Peasants Regaling"; panel — 20JX25J (Clark), £42. 
in Shee, Sir M. A., P.R.A., " Anncsley Shee, Esq., Founder and Institutor of 
the Benevolent Society of Saint Patrick," 29^X24^ (Cliff), £42. 

112 Elsheimer, A., " The Flight into Egypt " ; panel — 32jx 31 (Glen), £94 10s. 

113 Morland, Shooting Subjects ; a set of four — 9JX13} (Fisher), £42. 

114 Watteau, "A Fete Champctre " ; Fonthill Abbey Collection, 1823, 18^x234 

(Ward), £68 5s. 

115 Lely, Sir P., Lady, with pearl ornaments, 29X24 (Tunstall), £13 13s. 

116 Morland, G., Shed, with peasant boy and pigs, 19X23} (Ford), £16 163. 

117 Heemskirk, E. Van, Interior, with figures regaling; panel — 22X32 (Parry), 

£8 8s. 

118 Scott, S., "Westminster Abbey from the River," 23X43 (Gooden & Fox), 

£15 15s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



119 Early English School, Girl, in yellow dress with red sash, 34JX26 (Holland), 

£21. 

120 Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Mrs. Ponn," in black dress and white cap, 23^X19^ 

(Buttrey), £4 4s. 

The following were sold by order of the Executors of 
Mrs. Williams, deceased, late of 5, Albert Hall Mansions, 
S.W. 

PICTURES. 

121 Berckmans, H., Gentleman, in dark cloak with white collar ; panel— 27^X21 

(Parsons), £10 10s. 

122 Goyen, J. Van, " The Valkenhof at Nimeguen " ; signed with initials, and dated 

1646; panel — 14X19A (Dowdeswell), £441. 

123 Velde, W. Van de, "Shipping off a Jetty," 26X38 (Sabin), £50 8s. 

The property of a Gentleman. 

PICTURES. 

124 Brun, C. Le, " Madame de Maintenon," in yellow dress holding a book ; 

Hamilton Palace Collection, 1882, 52X40 (Cohen), £54 12s. 

125 Canaletto, " View in Venice," with the Doge's Palace, and Santa Maria della 

Salute, 51X80 (Pawsey & Payne), £63. 
is6 Dutch School, " Dorothea, Duchess of Brunswick " ; panel — 10} X 8£ (Renton), 
£9 9S- 

127 Dutch School, Three Children : two boys, in yellow, and a girl holding a 

guinea-pig; panel — 20X26^ (L. Lesser), £210. 

128 Florentine School, " The Labours of Ulysses " ; a Cassone front ; Collection 

of William Graham, Esq., 1886; panel — i6}X5ii (Johnson), £147. 

129 Janssens, C, Lady, in pink slashed dress with lace ruff ; oval ; panel — 

30X23|(Dyer), £65 2s. 

130 Loo, Van, "Marshal Saxe," in armour ; oval — 46X33J (Sabin), £141 15s. 

131 Tintoretto, " The Queen of Sheba's Visit to Solomon " ; Hamilton Palace 

Collection, 1882, 48x84 (Cohen), £11 os. 6d. 

132 Tintoretto, "Jacobus Mavrocano," in red robe; Collection of Tom Taylor, 

Esq., 1881, 41JX36J (Lesser), £162 15s. 

The property of Henry Grose Smith, Esq., of the Priory, 
Isle of Wight, and late of 5, Bryanston Square, W. 

PICTURES. 

133 Berchem, "Travelling Peasants and Animals," 23X30 (Parry), £5 15s. 6d. 

134 Both, J., " River Scene," with a muleteer ; Wynn Ellis Collection, 1876 ; 

panel — 17x21 (Metchkoosky), £9 19s. 6d. 

135 Both, J. and A., " A Hilly Landscape," with horseman and peasant woman, 

2iiX27l (Bruce), £7 7s. 

136 Dutch School, "Card Players"; and "Boors"; a pair; paael — 5iX7f 

(Amor), £5 15s. 6d. 

137 Eeckhourt, G. Van Den, " Abraham and Hagar " ; Wynn Ellis Collection, 

1876, 45x52 (Buttrey), £78 15s. 



December 10, 1910. 121 



138 Flemish School, " Charles the Fifth," in dark dress and cap ; panel — 36x28 

(Duncan), £23 2s. 

139 Gael, Parent, " Cavaliers at an Inn" ; panel — 12X9$ (Guest), £5 15s. 6d. 

140 Hackaert, " Woody Landscape," with figures and cow, 2i£ X 28 J (McAuffray), 

£10 ros. 

141 Kneller, Sir G., Lady, in green and white dress ; oval — 29 X 24 (Amor), £23 2s. 

142 Michau, "Village Scene" ; panel — 15$ x 21 J (Metchkoosky), £7 7s. 

143 Morland, " Landscape with Gipsies," 27JX35J (Levy), £18 18s. 

144 Palamedes, A., " Musical Party" ; panel — i4iX2o| (Richardson), £33 12s. 

145 Parrocel, "The Battle of Ascalon " ; copper — i8iX23 (Rothwell), £5 5s. 

146 Reynolds, "Beggar Girl," I3X9J (Wagner), £4 14s. 6d. 

147 Teniers, D., " Interior of a Kitchen " ; panel — I2ixi7 (Everitt), £15 15s. 

148 Tol, D. Van, " Cookmaid Peeling Apples " ; panel — 7|x6| (Clark), £110 5s. 

149 Vermeulen, A., " Frozen River Scene" ; panel — 13JX18J (Oxford), £28 7s, 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



December 12, 1910. Christie's. 

Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Gainsborough, Landscape, with peasants and animals, 22fX3iJ (Evans), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

2 Early English School, "Baron von Silfoerhjelm," and "The Baroness"; 

pastels, a pair; oval — 9JX8 (Beck-Friis) £10 10s. 

3 Joly, F., Heads of Girls ; pastels, a pair ; oval — 2i£x 17 (Turner), £7 17s. 6d. 

4 Constable, " At East Bergholt, Suffolk " ; and a print (Parry), 12s. 

PICTURES. 

5 Elsheimer, A., "The Repose in Egypt" — panel; and "Dutch Boors" 

(Neale), £9 9s. 

6 Teniers, Lady playing a mandoline and children blowing bubbles, 12J X 14! 

(Heape), £22 is. 

7 Early English School, Gentleman, in dark dress, 29x24 (Heape), £8 8s. 

8 Hogarth, "A Festive Party," 24JX30 (Blyth), £13 13s. 

9 Early English School, Head of a Lady, with grey dress, 23X19J (White), 

£6 16s. 6d. 

10 French School, "The Surprise," iof-xi4£ (White), £8 8s. 

11 Velde, W. Van de, " Wreck at Sea " ; panel — g\X 10 (Maynard), £5 5s. 

12 Lawrence, " The Earl of Durham," in red and brown cloak, 29x24 (Weekes), 

£5 5s- 

13 Kneller, " The Earl of Derwentwater," 29X24 (Weekes), £4 14s. 6d. 

14 Ramsay, " George III," in red coat, with the Riband and Star of the Garter, 

284x24 (Woodley), £5 15s. 6d. 

15 Hogarth, W. (after), " The March to Finchley " ; and " Southwark Fair" 

a pair — 43iX55i (Parry), £16 16s. 

16 British School, Lady, in white dress and red cloak, 29X24 (Sackville Gallery), 

£99 I5S. 

17 7 Spanish School, Gentleman, holding a letter, 61X41 (Collings), £2 2s. 

18 a Van Dyck School, Gentleman, in red cloak ; unframed — 50X40 (Fleischner) 

£2 2S. 

19 Hondecoeter, " Poultry attacked by a Hawk," 37x60 (Cohen), £32 us. 

20 Jackson, J., R.A., " Sir F. Chantrey, R.A.," in gown, 31X25 (Wicks), £9 9s. 

21 Early English School, " Gay, the Poet," in dark coat with red cap, 32X26 

(Cohen), £30 9s. 

22 Lely, " King Charles II leaving Hampton Court Palace," 19X24 (Lambert), 

£25 4S- 

23 Early Eaglish School, Young Girl, is white dress with blue sash, 21JX17 

(Rees), £9 9s. 

24 Angeli, H. Von, " Lord Beaconsfield," in dark coat ; and an artist's proof 

engraving by T. L. Atkinson, 19JX16 (Holland), £23 2s. 

25 Early English School, " Sir Joshua Vanneck, first Baron Huntingfield," 

29iX24i (Dayes), £8 8s. 

26 Dutch School, " Winter Landscape " — panel ; and " An Interior," with a doctor 

and figures, by J. J. Horemans (Bourne), £5 15s. 6d. 

27 Kneller, A Boy, in blue dress, with his two sisters, 484x39 (Wright), £4 4s. 



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28 Early English School, " Frederick, Prince of Wales," in red dress, 68x39 

(Keefe), £6 6s. 

29 Lely, " The Duke of Monmouth," in brown dress, 29^X24 (Phillips), £18 18s. 

30 Lely, "Sir Isaac Newton," in brown dress, seated, 37X31! (Fleischner), 

£5 15s- 6d. 

31 Early English School, " Peasant Girl," carrying a basket, 28JX32i (Leggatt) 

£10 10s. 

32 Early English School, "The Fruit Seller," 28JX22J (Parry), £10 10s. 

33 Stubbs, G., R.A.. 1800. " A White Horse in a Paddock," 24X29! (Naylor), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

34 Pe.ther, H., " Windsor Castle from the River: Moonlight," 28x46 (Collings), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

35 Rigaud, A Nobleman, wearing the Order of the Golden Fleece ; oval — 36X28! 

(Holmes), £6 6s. 

36 French School, Pastoral Figures, i2ixn! (Rosenberg), £54 12s. 

37 Cuyp, "Shepherd and a Shepherdess," 43X59 (Smith), £2 12s. 6d. 

38 French School, Lady in white, dress with blue scarf, 39X33! (Agnew), £105. 

39 Canaletto, "The Rialto and Fish Market, Venice," 18x37 (Harrison), 

£29 8s. 

40 Dutch School, "Fish and Still Life"; signed; panel — i6!X22! (Leger), 

£6 6s. 

41 Brill, "Woody Landscape," with Elisha and children; copper — 15IX21 

(Parry), £5 15s. 6d. 

42 Francks, "Salome with the head of John the Baptist"; panel — 21X17 

(Schomberg), £13 r3S. 6d. 

43 & 44 Dutch School, "The Quack Doctor," panel — I7!X24; and "A 

Conflagration," by E. Van der Poel, panel — I2!xi5i (Partridge, Lewis 
and Simmons), £68 5s. 

45 Witherington, W. F., R.A., " St. Paul's " ; and " Blackfriars Bridge " ; 

pair — 7x10 (withdrawn). 

46 Hoppner, J., R.A., " Sir John Neil," in Court dress ; from the Artist's Sale, 

1823, 43X33 (Leger), £8 18s. 6d. 

47 Morland, Portrait of the Artist; oval — 2o!xi6! (Landstein), £1. 

48 Aiken, "The. London and Brighton Coach" ; panel — 14X22 (Spencer), £21. 

49 Van Dyck School, " The Queen of Bohemia," in yellow dress ; oval ; panel — 

23!Xi8i (Holland), £39 18s. 

50 French School, "A Fete Champetre " ; panel — 9fxi3t (Harrison), £45 3s. 

51 Holbein, Lady in black dress and head-dress; panel — 8!x7 (Nicholson), 

£14 Ms. 

52 Dutch School, " Peasant Family at a Repast," 55X43 (Jacques), £18 18s. 

53 Stubbs, G., R.A., " Woody Landscape," with sportsmen and dogs, 33^X43 

(Parry), £12 is. 6d. 

54 English School, " Head of a Young Girl," isixni (Parry), £1 10s. 

55 Helmont, M. Van, " Peasants at a Repast," io|X9 (Hale), £6 16s. 6d. 

56 Loo, J. B. Van, Lady in white dress and blue cloak, 3iiX26! (Rose), 

£12 is. 6d. 

57 Early English School, " Head of a Young Girl," with white frock, i8ixi5 

(Bell), £3 13s. 6d. 

58 Dutch School, "Still Life on a table," 22x18! (Jenkins), £11 os. 6d. 

59 Hoppner, " Head of a Lady," with yellow riband ; unframed — 17! X 14! 

(Renton), £7 10s. 



I2 4 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

60 Flemish School, " The Virgin and Infant Saviour," in a landscape ; panel — 

2o£xi5£ (Nicholson), £42. 

61 Sorgh, " A Smoker" ; panel — 10JX9J (Cohen), £11 os. 6d. 

62 Rubens School, " The Holy Family with Saint Elizabeth and Saint John " ; 

copper — 14X15^ (Parry), £4 14s. 6d. 

63 Breughel, Landscapes, with figures and horses ; a pair ; panel — 6J- X SJ 

(Wright), £7 7s. 

64 Withoos, M., "A Garden Scene," 17JX23J (Tagent), £7 17s. od. 

65 Os, Van, " Fruit and Flowers," 19 X i6f (Collings), £19 8s. 6d. 

66 Dutch School, " Head of a Man," with a ruff (Ford), £3 3s. 
66a " Head of Christ " ; panel (Watts), £5 5s. 

67 French School, Chinese Figures : a set of three panels for mural decoration 

(Nicholson), £199 10s. 

68 Flemish School, " Head of Rubens," wearing a black hat ; unframed — ■ 

18x15 (Bale), £16 1 6s. 

69 Dutch School, " Two Peasants," with animals in a landscape, 24 x 20 (Waters), 

£7 7s. 

70 Morland, G., "Horses, Peasant and Dog, in a Stable," 28X26 (Grant), 

£6 1 6s. 6d. 

71 Stuart, Gilbert, Gentleman in dark dress, 29^X24$ (Lacey), £4 4s. 

72 Smith, Colvin, R.S.A., "Head of Sir Walter Scott," 17JX11 (Clifford), 

£2 2S. 

73 Unknown, " The Habit of Frank Women Abroad " ; and " The Habit of a 

Frank in Turkey" ; circa 1704; a pair — i2f Xio£ (Parry), £1 5s. 

74 Netscher, Lady in blue dress, at her toilet; panel — i2£xg£ (Hubbard), 

£12 12s. 

75 Early English School, Gentleman in red coat with white stock, 23X19 

(Leger), £2 2s. 

76 Reynolds, " Felina," 29JX24J (Warner), £1 is. 

77 Spanish School, " The Peasant and the Satyr" ; unframed — 20JX27 (Clark), 

£3 3.s- 

78 Greuze, " The Pet Bird " ; panel — 9X7 (Pawsey & Payne), £16 16s. 

79 Elsheimer, A., "The Adoration of the Magi"; copper — 8Jxi3 (Sabin), 

£23 2S. 

80 Neer, Van der, "A River Scene: Moonlight" ; panel — 9§X8£ (Van Duren), 

£10 10s. 

81 Lely, Lady in white satin dress, 49X39 (Shepherd), £26 5s. 

82 English School, Young Girl in white frock, with a lamb, 28X22J (Ronton), 

£3 3S- 

83 Opie, Girl in white dress, 23^X19! (Leger), £4 14s. 6d. 

84 Vermeulen, A., "Frozen River Scene," 18X24 (Harrison), £11 ns. 

85 Beeldemaker, "Huntsman and Hounds," 17^X24 (Collings), £5 5s. 

86 Early English School, Gentleman in brown coat, 2oXi6J (Buck), £1. 

87 French School, " Lovers in a Garden" ; oval— 29X234 (Harrison), £60 18s. 

88 French School, " A Satyr and Children " ; oval — 24^X20 (Huggins), £8,19. 

89 Gainsborough, T., R.A. (after), " Signor Raphael Franco," 23iXi7i (Sabin), 

£45 3S- 

90 Constable, J., R.A. (after), Lane Scene, with a plough, 52X43 (Parsons), 

£44 2S. 

91 Kneller, " Miss Kathcrinc Etough," afterwards wife of Joseph Crouchlcy 

Esq. (Reed), £2 12s. 6d. 



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92 Kneller, " Mary, the daughter of Joseph Crouchiey, Esq.," 40x51 (Warner), 

£2 2S. 

93 Bout and Boudewyns, Landscape, with figures; panel — 11X15$ (Parry), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

94 Muller, "The Swallow Falls, North Wales," 31JX42 (Bickford), £13 13s. 

95 Nasmyth, Landscape, with a ruined tower, i5jX23£ (Williams), £6 6s. 

96 Zuccarelli, F., R.A., Italian Landscape, 20x27 (Duke), £11 ns. 

97 Stark, J., " Outskirts of a Wood," with horseman, donkeys, and sheep ; 

panel — 19^X274 (Shepherd), £25 4s. 

98 Berkheyden, " View in Amsterdam," with a church and figures ; panel — 

20X26J (Heem), £17 17s. 

99 Van Dyck School, " The Infant Christ," 2o£x i6£ (Eyles), £7 7s. 
ioo Wheatley, " Richmond Park," 26JX35 (Curtis), £6 6s. 

101 Italian School, " The Madonna and Child," with two angels ; panel — i7£xi3 

(Pawsey & Payne), £73 10s. 

102 Dutch School, " Charles I and Oliver Cromwell," with grisaille borders repre- 

senting incidents in their lives, and inscriptions ; a pair ; panel — 15 J X 15$- 
(Spink), £39 1 8s. 

103 Early English School, "Lady Elizabeth Sykes," ; oval — 22jxi9i (Holden), 

£10 10s. 

104 Spanish School, " Courtyard of an Old Inn," 23£X35£ (Hersee), £7 7s. 

105 Griffier, R., Peacock and other Birds, in a garden, 36x43 (Harrison), £8 8s. 

106 Dyck, Van, "Venus, Vulcan and Cupids," 74JX53 (Wagner), £10 10s. 

107 Marieschi, "Canal Scene, Venice," 18JX29 (Ren ton), £15 15s. 

108 Italian School, " The Angel of the Annunciation " ; and " The Virgin " ; 

a pair; unframed, panel — 29X35 (Horton), £5 5s. 

109 Early English School, " Charles Welstead, Esq.," of Valentines, Essex, 

2g£X24i (Richardson), £16 16s. 
no Cipriani, "Venus and Cupid"; oval — 17X22 (Sabin), £6 16s. 6d. 
in Saftleven, Interior with figures ; panel — i4£Xn£ (Parry), £2 15s. 

112 Lawrence, "Earl Grey," in dark coat, i2jX8£ (Warner), £2 2s. 

113 Wynants, J., Landscape, with figures on a road by a pool, 13X16 

(von Mallmann), £44 2s. 

114 Morland, Woody Landscape, with gipsies, 13X17$ (Leger), £7 17s. 6d. 

115 Sorgh, "Boors Fighting"; panel — 8|x8 (Schroeder), £24 3s. 

116 French School, Lady in white dress, with a paroquet, 31X25 (Vicars), 

£31 10s. 

117 Heyden, Van der, Landscape, with an old building, cart, horse, etc., i8JX2ii 

(Wylde), £42. 

118 Dutch School, Lady in blue dress, with pearl ornaments; panel— 14$ X nj 

(Streletskie), £10 10s. 

119 Barenger, J., "Pointers" and "Greyhounds"; a pair — i6£X2o£ (Pawsey 

and Payne), £10 10s. 

120 Nasmyth, Landscape, with a pool, cottages, and figures; panel — I2|xi6} 

(Parry), £4 4s. 

121 Asch, A. J. Van, " Hagar and the Angel," 27x21$ (Parry), £2 2s. 

122 Sargent, H., 1795, "Boy with a Hoop," 29X244 (Mason), £2 12s. 6d. 

123 Ferneley, J., 1816, "Three Horses in a Landscape," 39iX5i£ (Leggatt), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

124 Early English School, " Mrs. Ursula Townsend," in green dress ; oval — 

2i}Xi7i (Parsons), £1 is. 



126 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

125 Kaufiman, " The Seasons " ; a set of four ; copper, oval — 10 X 8 (Leger)/ 

£15 4S- 6d. 

126 Dutch School, River Scene, with buildings, boats, and figures, 28JX44J 

(Blackburn), £31 10s. 

127 Early English School, Lady with two children, 9x8 (Leger), £1 is. 

128 Gascar, Lady with pearl ornaments, 25J X i8£ (Osborne), £2 10s. 

129 Early English School, Girl in white dress, with dog; oval — 2iixi7$ 

(Fleischner), £2 2s. 

130 Denner, B-, Gentleman in brown coat ; and Lady in brown dress, with a 

book; a pair — 29X24 (Eve), £13 13s. 

131 & 132 Early English School, Lady seated in a garden, 39JX24J; and 

Gentleman in brown coat, by G. H. Balph, 29JX24J (Grant), £5 5s. 

133 Spanish School, Lady in brown dress, 29 X 25 (Parry), £7 7s. 

134 Flemish School, " Adoration of the Magi " ; panel — 23 X 19 (Turner), £18 18s. 

The following were sold by order of the Executors of 
Clifford Waterman Chaplin, Esq., deceased, late of 
Broughton Astley Hall, Leicester. 

DRAWING. 

135 Harlow, G. H. (after), " The Daughters of Lord Grosvenor." 6^X4} (Grace), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

136 " Charles I," in armour; panel — 12X9 (Grace), £4 4s. 

137 Largilliere, " Princess Ragotski," resting her arm upon a negro page, 53X40- 

(Smith), £714- 

138 Martin, Ambrose, A Castle, overlooking a river, 15^X23^ (Eyles), £3 13s. 6d. 

139 Netscher, "Anne Hyde," 2oXi6£ (Williams), £14 14s. 

140 Sarto, Del, "The Madonna and Child, with Saint John," 44X33 (Bell), 

£16 16s. 

141 Dyck, Van, "Charles I on horseback," 38x30 (Holmes), £23 2s. 

The property of a Lady. 

PICTURES. 

142 Backhuysen, "Yacht and Men-of-War, in a breeze," 25^X35* (Parry), 

£5 5s- 

143 Bega, C. A., " Goats and Sculpture " ; a pair — 18 X 13J (Van Duren), £7 7s. 

144 Dutch School, " Fruit" ; and " A Hawk" (Jacobs), £2 2s. 

145 Dutch School, River Scene, with buildings, boats, and fishermen, 20^X41 

(Ellis), £18 18s. 

146 Hobbema, Woody Landscape, with cottages; panel — 19X23 (Harrison), 

£12 12s. 

147 Kneller, Gentleman in armour; oval — 28^X234 (Wright), £2 2s. 

148 Marlow, Italian Landscape ; " Off Dungeness " ; " River Scene : Moon- 

light " — panel ; and Landscape — ditto (Ford), £2 12s. 6d. 

149 Teniers, Village Scene, with peasants; panel — 16IX20J (Parry), £12 12s. 

150 Dyck, Van, "Charles I and Henrietta Maria"; panel — 4IX7J (Wood), 

£7 7s. 



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December 13th, 1910. Christie's. 

The property of a Gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

Unframed. 

1 Hulswit, J., Landscape, with river and boat — bistre heightened with white ; 

and three others (Parsons), £3 5s. 
2. Huysum, Van, Studies in Flowers (9), finely painted in water colours (Colnaghi), 

£5. 

3 Huysum, Van, a similar lot (8) (Colnaghi), £4 14s. 6d. 

4 Huysum, Van, a similar lot (6) (Parsons), £4 12s. 

5 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Landscape, with pond and rocks — black chalk 

(Rimell), 10s. 

6 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Landscape, with tower on the left— black chalk 

(Rimell), 10s. 

7 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Landscape, with trees and two figures — black 

chalk on blue paper (Parsons), £6 6s. 

8 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Study of Trees and Cottage — black chalk (Rimell), 

xos. 

9 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Mountainous Landscape — black chalk (Rimell), £1 2s. 

10 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Mountainous Landscape, with shepherd and 

flock — black chalk heightened with white, on blue paper (Parsons), £7 7s. 

11 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Sketch of a Tree and Rocks — brown chalk, wash 

(Rimell), 13s. 

12 Molyn, Peter, Landscape, with waggon — black chalk ; Sketch of a Lion, by 

Rubens (Colnaghi), £3 15s. 

13 Cranach, Lucas, Portrait of a Man — black and red chalk (W. Sabin), £6 16s. 6d. 

14 Livens, Jan, " Kirks House by the Diemar's Bridge" — in bistre ; and another 

(Colnaghi), £11 os. 6d. 

15 Sustris, F., Design for a Reliquary (Harvey), £5 5s. 

16 Whistler, J. M., Head of a Girl — black chalk ; and two sketches — pen and ink 

(Parsons), £4. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

Unframed. 

17 " Leathes Water," after Constable, mezzotint by H. Dawe — engraver's proof, 

touched by Constable (Leggatt), £2. 

18 " Box Lobby Loungers, " after Wigstead, by Rowlandson — printed in colours 

(Parsons), £4 4s. 

19 " Lord Loughborough," after Northcote, by Bartolozzi — proof (Maggs), £4 4s. 

20 Raeburn, Sir H. (after), " John, Earl of Hopetoun," full length, by W.Walker 

(Pollard), £2 5s. 

21 Raeburn, Sir H. (after), " Sir David Baird," full length, by T. Hodgetts (Pol- 

lard), £13 2s. 6d. 

22 Raeburn, Sir H. (after), " Alexander Adam," by Charles Turner — open letter 

proof (Agnew), £8 18s. 6d. 

23 Raeburn, Sir H. (after), " Rev. Archibald Allison," by W. Walker — presenta- 

tion proof to Thomas Lupton (Colnaghi), £3 5s. 



128 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

24 & 25 Raeburn, Sir H. (after), " Sir Walter Scott," by E. Mitchell ; and " Walter 
Scott, Esq.," by C. Picart — open letter proof (Maggs), £1 6s. 

26 Raeburn, Sir H. (after), " Walter Scott, Esq.," by C. Picart — engraver's proof 

(Parsons), 5s. 

27 & 28 Raeburn, Sir H. (after), " Sir Henry Moncriefi Wellwood," byE. Scriven, 

open letter proof ; " Mr. Byers " — proof before all letters ; and 
" Sir Henry Moncrieff Wellwood," by Charles Turner — mezzotint (Davis), 

29 & 30 Raeburn, Sir H. (after), " Dr. Blair," by Bartolozzi — proof before all 
letters ; and " Right Hon. Robert Blair, of Avontoun," by James Heath 
— open letter proof (Colnaghi), £2 15s. 

31 Raeburn, Sir H. (after), " Sir Walter Farquhar," seated in a chair, by W. 

Sharp — open letter proof (Colnaghi), £5 5s. 

32 Raeburn, Sir H. (after), " Right Hon. Robert Dundas," by the same — open 

letter proof (Davis), £1 5s. 

33 & 34 Raeburn, Sir H. (after), " Henry MacKenzie," by B. Smith — open letter 

proof ; " Francis Jeffrey," by Freeman — open letter proof ; and " Right 
Hon. Charles Hope" — mezzotint, by G. Dawe (Rimell), £5 5s. 

35 Reynolds, Sir J. (after), " The Countess of Carlisle," by James Watson (Davis), 

£26 5 s. 

36 Reynolds, Sir J. (after), " Jane, Duchess of Gordon," by W. Dickinson (W. 

Sabin), £19 19s. 

37 Reynolds, Sir J. (after), " Miss Kemble," in black dress, by John Jones — first 

state (Best), £46 4s. 

38 Reynolds, Sir J. (after), " Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick," by J. R. Smith (Best), 

£5 5s. 

39 Reynolds, Sir J. (after), " Juvenile Amusement" (Miss Bowles), by W. Ward 

(Best), £16 16s. 

40 Reynolds, Sir J. (after), "The Penn Family," by Charles Turner (Maggs), 

£g 19s. 6d. 

41 Reynolds, Sir J. (after), " Anne, Duchess of Cumberland," by James Watson 

(Best), £23 2s. 

42 Reynolds, Sir J. (after), " Lord Robert Manners," by W. Dickinson (A. Gibbs), 

£8 8s. 

43 Reynolds, Sir J. (after), "The Hon. Miss Monckton," by J. Jacobe — with 

Watson and Dickinson's address (Rimell), £31 10s. 

44 Reynolds, Sir J. (after), " Lady Betty Delme and children," by Valentine 

Green (Sabin), £40 19s. 

45 Reynolds, Sir J. (after), " The Dilettanti Society," by C. Turner and W. Say — 

the pair (Maggs), £14 14s. 

46 Reynolds, Sir J. (after), " Mrs. Siddons as the ' Tragic Muse,' " by F. Haward 

— second state (Best), £19 19s. 

47 Reynolds, Sir J. (after), " Lady Elizabeth Foster," by F. Bartolozzi — in bistre 

(Ellis & Smith), £30 9s. 

48 Reynolds, Sir J. (after), " Lord Burghersh," by the same — proof with open 

letters, in bistre (Vaughan), £27 6s. 

49 Reynolds, Sir J. (after), " Guardian Angels," by C. Hodges — first published 

state, wide margin (Davis), £26 5s. 

50 Cosway, R. (after), " Mrs. Cosway " and " Mrs. Darner," by Schiavonetti — 

in bistre, a pair (W. Sabin), £6 6s. 

51 Cosway, R. (after), " Mrs. Murray," by A. Cardon (Gooden Sc Fox), £1 rs. 



December 13, 1910. 129 



52 Cosway, R. (after), " Lady Sefton," by W. Dickinson — proof in bistre (Gooden 

and Fox), £4 4s. 

53 Cosway, R. (after), " Harriet, Viscountess Bulkeley," by Bartolozzi — proof 

before letters, in bistre (Gooden & Fox), £9 9s. 

54 Cosway, R. (after), " The Duchess of Marlborough as a gipsy," by J. Agar 

(W. Sabin), £2 5s. 

55 Cosway, R. (after), " The Duchess of Marlborough as a milk maid," by the 

same (W. Sabin), £7 17s. 6d. 

56 Cosway, R. (after), " Lady Beecher as a beggar woman," by the same (Rimell), 

£2 2S. 

57 Cosway, R. (after), " Mrs. Fitzherbert," by J. Cond£ — proof before the letters, 

in bistre (F. Daniell), £32 lis. 

58 " An English Dressing Room," by Tomkins, after Ansell — proof before letters, 

in red (Ellis & Smith), £8 8s. 

59 " Lady Dundas," by Bartolozzi, after Hoppner — proof before all letters 

(Breun), £2 2s. 

60 "Serena and Flirtilla," by J. R. Smith — proof, in bistre (Pollard), 

£43 is. 

61 " The Duchess of Rutland," by R. Stanier — proof (Parsons), £7 17s. 6d. 

62 " Spring," by Bartolozzi, after Wezall — in bistre (Parker), £1. 

63 " The Choice," by and after W. Ward— in bistre (Ellis & Smith), 

£22 is. 

64 " Wasp, Child, and Billy," after H. B. Chalon, by W. Ward — printed in colours, 

framed (Pollard), £32 us. 

65 "Chantilly Races," by Hunt, after Herring — printed in colours, framed 

(Rimell), £4 14s. 6d. 

66 " The Delightful Story " ; and " Suspense," after G. Morland, by W. Ward — 

printed in colours (Colnaghi), £63. 

67 " Domestic Happiness" (Lady Anne Lambton and Children), after Hoppner, 

by Young — framed (Barnard), £21. 

68 Design, after Reynolds, by J. Grozer — finely printed in colours, framed 

(Colnaghi), £262 10s. 

69 " Marchioness of Hertford," after Reynolds, by W. Nutter — finely printed in 

colours, framed (Colnaghi), £273. 

70 " The Wood Girl," after Hoppner, by J. Gisborne — finely printed in colours, 

framed (Colnaghi), £71 8s. 

71 Cries of London : " Primroses " ; after Wheatley, by Schiavonetti — 

printed in colours (Legatt), £35 14s. 

72 to 81 " General Angeraus," after Ledru, by Alix — proof ; " General Berthier," 

after Boze, by Coqueret ; " General Beurnonville," after Ledru, by Coqueret 
— proof with open letters ; " General Duroc," by Coqueret — proof with 
open letters ; " General Joubert," after Ledru, by Marchand — proof ; 
" General Jourdan," after Ledru, by Coqueret — proof with open letters ; 
" General Lefevre," after Kolbe, by Coqueret — proof with open letters ; 
" General Massena," after Ledru, by Coqueret ; " General Pichegru," after 
Hilaire, by Coqueret : " Marshal Macdonald, after Boze, by Marsden 
(Maggs), £25 4s. 

82 " Les Hazards Heureux de l'Escarpolette," by De Launay, after Fragonard 

(Best), £36 15s. 

83 " La Marchande de Moutarde," by Whistler — first state, framed (Peto), 

£8 8s. 



130 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

The following were the property of the late Sir Theodore 
Martin, K.C.B., K.C.V.O., of 31, Onslow Square, S.W. 

85 " Miss Farren," after Sir T. Lawrence, by Bartolozzi — proof before the title 

(W. Sabin), £79 16s. 

86 " Madam Le Brun," after herself, by Muller — proof before any letters (Best), 

£8 8s. 

87 " Princesses Mary Sophia and Amelia," after Copley, by Bartolozri ; aad 

" Mrs. Sheridan," by T. Watson (Rimell), £11 ns. 

88 " Miss Stephens," after Harlow, by H. Meyer and " Charles Kemble," after the 

same, by T. Lupton — bearing the autograph of Kemble (Crosfield), £3 3s. 

89 " Sir Walter Scott," after Raeburn ; and 2 others (Best), £17 r7s. 

The following were the property of the late Thomas 
Lupton, Esq., of " Woodside," Arkwright Road, Hampstead. 

90 Turner's Harbours of England : " Dover " ; " Whitby " ; " Scarborough " J 

" Portsmouth " ; and " Sunrise, Margate," by T. Lupton ; and " Poole> 
Dorset," by Cooke (F. Mandler), £5 15s. 6d. 

91 Turner's " Liber Studiorum " plates (4) ; reproductions by T. Lupton — four 

proofs before letters, (Permain) £2 4s. 

92 " Calais Pier," after Turner, by T. Lupton (Rawlinson), £2 2S. 

93 " Miss Bowles," after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. Cousins — artist's proof (Vicars), 

94 " Simplicity," after and by the same — artist's proof (Vicars), £13 133. 

95 " The Strawberry Girl," after and by the same — engraver's proof (Vicars), £5 5s. 

96 & 97 " The Abercorn Children," after Sir E. Landseer, by the same — first 

state ; and " My First Minuet," after Sir J. Millais, by the same; — artist's 
proof (Vicars), £5 15s. 6d. 

98 " The Duke of Wellington," after Sir T. Lawrence, by the same — proof before 

letters (Carter), £3 13s. 6d. 

99 " Master Lambton," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A. — proof before 

any letters, presentation proof with autograph of the engraver (Colnaghi), 
£157 10s. 

100 " Mrs. Siddons as the ' Tragic Muse,'" after Sir J. Reynolds, by F. Haward 

(Lepper), £2 2s. 

101 " A Fruit Piece " and " A Flower Piece," after Van Huysum, by R. Earlom 

— a pair, etched letter proofs (Mander), £58 16s. 

102 "Juvenile Retirement" (the Douglas children), after Hoppner, by J. Ward 

(Mander), £262 10s. 

The following were the property of the late Mrs. Ford, of 
31, Mentone Mansions, Fulham, S.W., and Seaside Cottage, 
Heme Bay. 

103 " The Cunning Gipsy," by and after J. Ward— proof before letters (Leggatt). 

£4 14s. 6d. 

104 " Rustic Conversation," after J. Ward, by S. W. Reynoias — open letter proof, 

and " A Livery Stable," by and after J. Ward (Best), £14 14s. 

105 " Reaping," after the same, by W. Ward ; and " Morning after the. Storm," 

after Bigg, by the same (Gibb), £8 18s. 6d. 



December 13, 1910. 131 

106 " The Duke of Hamilton," after Garrard, by W. Ward ; and " Orville, 

Chalon," by the same (Rimell), £4 4s. 

107 " Hunters at Grass," after B. Marshall, by W. Ward — proof ; " Muly Moloch," 

after the same; and "Philip Payne and the Beaufort Hound" (Best), 
£31 1 OS. 

108 Morland, G., " Feeding the Pigs," by J. R. Smith — with title in open letters 

(Harland), £3 13s. 6d. 

109 Morland, G., " The Public House Door " ; and " Stable Amusement," by W. 

Ward — a pair, with titles in open letters (Harding), £7 7s. 

110 Morland, G., " The Corn Bin," by J. R. Smith ; and " The Sheep Pen," by 

the same (Harding), £5 15s. 6d. 
in Morland, G., "The Country Butcher," by T. Gossc ; and "The Thatcher," 
by W. Ward (Gibbs), £29 8s. 

112 Morland, G., " The Farmyard" ; and " The Farmer's Stable," by W. Ward 

— a pair, with titles in open letters (Ford), £9 19s. 6d. 

113 Morland, G., " The Barn Door," by the same ; and " The Poacher," by S. W. 

Reynolds (Barnard), £3 3s. 

114 Morland, G., "The Country Stable"; and "The Carrier's Stable," by the 

same (Best), £10 10s. 

115 " Elizabeth, Duchess of Hamilton," after C. Read, by J. Finlayson (Dugdale), 

£5 5S. 

116 " St. Giles," and " St. James Beauty," after Beuwcll, by Bartolozzi — a pair 

(Lepper), £1 us. 6d. 

117 " The Milk Woman," after L. Marin — printed in colours (Pollard), £40 19s. 

118 " Le Petit Jour," after Freudcberg, by De Launay — proof with A. P. D. R. 

(Davies), £26 5s. 

119 " Le Lever," after Baudouin, by Massard ; and " Marchez tout doux," after 

the same (Bihn), £24 3s. 



Other properties. 

Unframed. 

tzo Turner's " Liber Studiorum " Plates : The Frontispiece ; " Morpeth " ; 
and six others (Rimell), £2 2s. 

121 The same, "Juvenile Riches" — first state; " Hindhead Hill"; "Marine 

Dabblers " ; and four others (Jacobson), £2 2s. 

122 The same, " Calm" ; " The Bridge and Boats," ; " Peat Bog, Scotland" ; 

and nine others (Rimell), £3 3s. 

123 " Dorothea," after T. Clarke, by W. Say — with title in open letters (Williamson), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

Framed. 

124 Miss Frances Ker-Gordon, " Augels' Heads," after Sir J. Reynolds, by P. 

Simon- — proof before letters (Leggatt), £25 4s. 

125 " Elizabeth, Duchess of Hamilton," after G. Hamilton, by J. Faber (Kerr), 

£17 17s. 

126 "The Hon. Mrs. Tollemache, as 'Miranda,'" after Sir J. Reynolds, by 

J. Jones — second state (Williams), £26 5s. 

127 " Lady Taylor," after Sir J. Reynolds, by W. Dickinson (Best), £105. 

128 " Lady Boynton," after Cotes, by J. Watson — the reduced plate proof before 

letters (Eyles), £1 ns. 6d. 



1 32 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

129 " The Salad Girl " (Phoebe Hoppner), after Hoppner, by W. Ward (W. Sabin), 

£13 2s. 6d. 

130 " Minuet de la Cour" — a water-colour drawing, signed J. M. fecit, 1781 (W. 

Sabin), £23 2s. 

131 " Repas des Moissonneurs," after Wille, by Janinet — printed in colours (F. 

Daniell), £11 ns. 

132 " L'Irresolution, ou la Confidence," after Trinquesse, by Pierront ; and " Le 

Dangereux Modele," after Queverdo, by Patas (Parsons), £8 8s. 
x 33 " J'y passerai," after Borel, by De Launay ; and another, after the same, by 
Anselm (Bihn), £5 5s. 

134 " Come, Father's Hope," and " Mamma, don't make me beg in vain," after A. 

Buck, by M. N. Bare — a pair, printed in colours (Vaughan), £21. 

135 " My Dear little Shock," and " What's that, Mother ? " after A. Buck, by 

Agar and Buck — a pair, printed in colours (Ellis & Smith), £33 12s. 

136 " The Darling Dancing," after A. Buck, by Freeman ; and " The Darling 

Awake," after and by the same — a pair, printed in colours (Ellis & Smith), 
£29 8s. 

137 " The Seasons," after Wheatley and Westall, by Bartolozzi— a set of four, 

proofs before letters (J. H. Allen), £:6 16s. 

138 Cries of London, after Wheatley: " Milk below Maids," by Schiavonetti — 

printed in colours (Williams), £6 16s. 6d. 

139 Ditto: " Primroses," by the same — printed in colours (Williams), £6 16s. 6d. 

140 Ditto: "Scarlet Strawberries," by Vendramini- — printed in colours (Leggatt), 

£15 4s. 6d. 

141 The Months: "November" and "July," after Hamilton, by Gardiner and 

Bartolozzi — printed in colours (F. Daniell), £27 6s. 

142 " Children feeding chickens," after J. Russell, by P. W. Tomkins — printed 

in colours (Lauser), £5 5s. 

143 " The Shepherdess of the Alps," after W. Hamilton, by Eginton — printed in 

colours (Barnard), £3 13s. 6d. 

144 " An Airing in Hyde Park," after E. Dayes, by T. Gaugain (Best), £12 12s. 

145 " The Hard Bargain " ; and " The Last Litter," after G. Morland, by W. Ward 

— a pair, printed in colours (F. Daniell), £42. 

146 " The Angry Farmer " ; " Boys Skating " ; " Robbing an Orchard " ; and 

" Boys Bathing," after G. Morland, by E. Scott — set of four, in colours 
(Weil), £29 8s. 

147 " The Sportsman's Return," after Morland, by W. Ward — printed in colours 

(Capt. Manley), £10 10s. 

148 " Stable Amusement " and " The Public House Door," after Morland, by W. 

Ward — with numbered titles in open letters (Allen), £19 19s. 

149 " Extravagance and Dissipation " ; and companion, after Singleton, by 

Darcis — a pair, printed in colours (Gibbs), £9 19s. 6d. 

150 " St. James' Park " ; and " A Tea Garden," after G. Morland, by F. D. Soiron — 

a pair (Parsons), £21. 

151 " Rosina," after Stothard, by C. Knight; and "The Lucky Sportsman," 

after Morland, by Soiron (Vaughan), £5 5s. 



December 17, 1910. 133 



December 17th, 1910. Christie's. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Bach, Guido, 1876, " An Arab School, Cairo," 21J X 15^ (Sampson) £6 16s. 6d. 

2 Bach, Guido, 1883, " The Firstborn," iaiXiSJ (Sampson), £7 7s. 

3 Bach, Guido, 1876, "Eastern Water Carriers," 26X20 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

4 Bach, Guido, 1884, " Group of Arabs, Algiers," 18X25 (Sampson), £7 7s. 

5 Bach, Guido, 1888, " A Pifferari-Boy," 14J X io£ (V. Smith), £4 14s. 6d. 

6 Carter, H. B., " Evening on the Coast," 19JX28 (Sampson), £23 2s. 

7 D'Egville, J. H., 1861, " Buildings near Venice," 9X 14$ (King), £4 4s. 

8 Foster, Birket, "The Story-Book," 7|Xiof (Tooth.), £105. 

9 Foster, Birket, " A Town on a River," with market barges — vignette (Tooth), 

£33 12s. 
10 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A.,"i865, " Illustration to Don Quixote," I2jxi8i (Tooth), 

£44 2S. 

n W. C. H., 1890, " Ofi Duty," 14x18 (Mullen), £4. 4s. 

12 Haag, Carl, 1867, " Caravan halting in the Desert," 7X20 (Gooden & Fox), 

£11 us. 

13 Haghe, L., View in a Cathedral, 27jX2iJ (Tooth), £27 6s. 

14 Harding, J. D., 1862, Old House, with figures and sheep, 17x27 — Artist's 

sale, 1864 (Vicars), £16 16s. 

15 Hunt, W., " Apples and Grapes " ; and " Nuts and Berries," by H. C. Coleman 

— two in one frame (Saunders), £17 17s. 

16 Leitch, W. L., 1866, " Lago Maggiore," 23X35$ (Vicars), £17 17s. 

17 Leitch, W. L., 1870, "Lago Maggiore from Isola Bella," n$Xi8£ (Agnew), 

£39 8s. 

18 Leitch, W. L., 1868, " Palermo," Monta Pelegrino in the distance, 11JX18 

(Prescott), £27 6s. 

19 Leitch, W. L., 1865, View in Italy, with figures and archway (Agnew), 

£12 12s. 

20 Leitch, W. L., River Scene, with castle, 8JXi2i (Agnew), £15 15s. 

21 Leitch, W. L., " Sicily," 4X6 (Leggatt), £4 4s. 

22 Leitch, W. L., *' A Stranded Wreck," 5x8 (Agnew), £10 10s. 

23 Prout, S., View in a Norman Town, 18 X 14J (Leggatt), £35 14s. 

24 Richardson, T. M., 1887, Mountainous River Scene, I2i-Xi9i (W. Permain), 

£45 3S- 

25 Roberts, D., R.A., 1839, " Grand Cairo," 12JX 19 (Leggatt), £7 17s. 6d. 

26 Roberts, D., R.A., 1838, " Edfou," i2jxigi (Louis), £3 3s. 

27 Willis, H. B., 1867, "Cattle in the Highlands," Rainbow effect— 7J X 19$ 

(Leggatt), £22 is. 

PICTURES. 

28 Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1869, " French Sloop entering Treport," 31 Jx 52$ — R.A., 

1869 (Vicars), £46 4s. 
39 Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1857, Dutch Fishing Boats, i7iX23f (Mitchell), £27 6s. 

30 Hayes, E., R.H.A., 1879, " Boats in a Squall, g$X 13I (Sampson), £1 16s. 

31 Herring, J. F., Sen.. 1852, " Ducks and Duckling " ; panel — 9fcx nj (Mitchell), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

32 Lance, G., "Monkey and Fruit"; panel — 11JX15 (Mitchell), £6 i6s. 6d. 



*34 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

33 Lance, G., i860, " Fruit," classical figures in background; panel — 8£xi6} 

(Collings), £5 5s. 

34 Meissonier, J . L. E. (after), " La Rixe," by Ruiperez ; panel — 16X 12k (Mullen), 

£16 16s. 

35 O'Neill, G. B., 1868. " Mending Dolly," 16X 14 (Lister), £28 7s. 

36 Smith, G, i860, " Fondly Gazing" ; panel — 15IX13J (International Exhibi- 

tion, 1682) (Lewis), £31 10s. 

37 Ward, E. M., R.A., 1855, " Dr. Johnson in Chesterfield's Ante-Room," ioJX 13 

(Making), £71 8s. 

The property of a Gentleman. 

PICTURES. 

38 Boddington, H. J., 1844, " Sheep-Washing in Devonshire," 18JX324 (Samp- 

son), £12 12s. 

39 Cooke, E. W.,R.A., " Wealden Rocks, near Tunbridge Wells — Late Autumn," 

i6JX26i — Artist's sale (Parry), £1 us. fid. 

40 Faed, J., R.S.A., " The Morning News," 11X8 (Louis), £5 15s. 6cU 

41 Frere, Ed., " Beggar Woman and Child," panel — 13$ X 10 ; Artist's Sale, 1881 

(Louis), £6 6s. 

42 Frere, Ed., "A Fisher-Girl," panel— i3jx ioj ; Artist's Sale, 1881 (Willis), 

£3 3S. 

43 Frere, Ed., 1864, " Old Fisherman," 9JX11J (Saunders), £2 2s. 

44 Lee, F. R., R.A., and Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1859, Park Scene, with cattle and 

sheep, I7$-Xi3i (Mitchell), £9 9s. 

45 Zimmel, E., "Tyrolean Peasant," panel — 9JX7 (Wallis), £5 15s. 8d. 

Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

46 Sims, C, A.R.A., "Wonders be known in the Night," 12JX 15! (Holmes), 

£12 12s. 

47 Hutchinson, R. Gemmell, A.R.S.A., " Wee Jukie Daadles " ; pastel — 27JX 38 

(Connell), £10 10s. 

48 Bennett, W., *' Bolton Abbey " ; " The Swallow Falls " ; and River Scene, 

North Wales (Vicars), £10 10s. 1. .1 

49 Breanski, A. de, 1879, " Cader Idris — Autumn Evening," 21 >: 154 (Orell), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

50 Harrison, G., Landscape ; and River Scene — a pair ; and Bridge over 

a River (Jackson), £3 3s. 

51 Palmer, H. Sutton, " On the Wharfe, Yorkshire," 24 X i6J (Vicars), £28 7s. 
32 Hannaford, C. E., "A Gleam of Sunshine, Dartmoor " ; and " View from 

Richmond Hill " (Butterworth), £2 12s. 6d. 

53 Moore, H., R.A., 1857-74, " Lynton, North Devon," 9x13 (Ellis), £5 5s. 

PICTURES. 

54 Mills, E., 1901, "The Queen's Cottage, Kew Gardens," 15^/19$ (Mullen), 

£2 2S. 

55 Mills, E., " Capri," 7£Xi3£ (Louis), £3 3s. 

56 Mills, E., " Island of Capri" ; and " Coming to Anchor" — >a pair, 7JXI3J 

(Mildmay), £5 5s. 



December 17, 1910. 135 



57 Mills, E., " Highland Cattle " ; and " Richmond Park — Autumn" (Newnham 

Davis), £3 13s. 6d. 

58 Graham, Peter, R.A., 1872, " On the Coast of Sutherland," 12X17J (Louis), 

£40 19s. 

59 Moore, H., R.A., 1873, "Stunted Yew Trees on the Limestone," 16X32 

(West), £9 gs. 

60 Moore, Albert, " Head of a Girl," 13JX io£ (Wallis), £37 16s. 

61 Johnson, C. E., 1883, " A Relic of the Clan — Castle of Erlean, Donan, Ross- 

shire," 47jx68 — R.A., 1883 (Sampson), £25 4s. 

62 Trood, W. F., 1896, "Help the Helpless;" and "Grace before Meat " — a 

pair, 15^X11^ (Smith), £21. 

63 Jones, C, " Sheep on the Banks of a Loch," 19^X26^ (Sampson), £24 3s. 

64 Pritchett, E., "Venice," 27^X41^ (Mitchell) £12 12s. 

65 JBoudin, E., " The Mouth of the River " ; panel — 7£x i2j (Jackson), £jr 10s. 

66 Japy, "Spring-Time"; panel — 12X15^ (Bliss), £9 9s. 

67 Whistler, "A Druidess " ; panel — 13X10* (Bliss), £11 ns. 

68 Alma-Tadema, Sir L., R.A. " An Inundation," 21X25 (Sampson), £29 8s. 

69 Spring, A. (of Munich), "A Game of Cards"; panel — 15IX25I (Wallis), 

£31 10s. 

70 Bristow, E., " At the Door" ; panel — 13^X16^ (Richardson), £13 2s. 6d. 

71 Earl, G., 1896, " The Wounded Stag" ; " A Gillie " ; "Going to the First 

Beat" ; and " On the Point" — set of four, mounted as a screen, 53X19 
each (Wood ruffe), £29 8s. 

72 Noble, J. S., 1882, " Setters and Dead Game" ; panel — 154x23^ (Holmesf, 

£19 19s. 

73 O'Neil, H., A.R.A., 1844, " Jephthah's Daughter"; and the engraving by 

P. Lightfoot — 17x23 (Sampson), £16 16s. 

74 Oxpem, W., A.R.A., 1905, "At the Wash-Tub," 35X27 (Wallis), £105. 

75 Herring, J. F., Sen., 1845, " A Farmyard," 23^X354 (Lewis), £42. 

76 Dollman, J. C, " The Course of True Love never did run Smooth," 36x60- 

— R.A., 1878 (Amor), £65 2s. 

77 Cain, Georges, r879, " Envoi de la Ferme," r9X23i (Mitchell), £13 2s. 6d. 

78 Thomson, J. Leslie, Sea Piece, with boats, 5x15 (Jackson), £5 5s. 

79 Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., 1857, " Market Day : Derravaragh, co. Westmeath," 

13X23I (Bate), £21. 

80 Constable, J., R.A., " Path by a River," a sketch, 10x8 (Edwin), £1. 

81 Paterson, J., A.R.S.A., 1887, " Glen Cairn in Autumn," 39^X49 (Brash), £5 5s. 

82 Topham, F. W. W., 1888. " The Fall of Rienzi," 41^X40 — New Gallery, 1888 

(Lister), £25 4s. 
$i English School, " Jenny Lind," 35iX27i (Parry), £5 5s. 



The property of the late William Lethbridge, Esq. 

PICTURES. 

84 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1848, " Group of Five Cows," 29X41 (James), £107 2s. 

85 Gandy, Herbert, 1904, " Pro Patria," 72X32^ (Lucas), £r8 18s. 

86 Heffner, K., "Evening Glow)," 624x46 (Lawson), £65 2s. 

87 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1892, " A Surrey Sand-Pit," 36 X 56 ; R.A., 1892 (Wylde), 

£273- 



I3 6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



The property of the late Sir Theodore Martin, K.C.B., 
K.C.V.O., of 31, Onslow Square, S.W. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

88 " Hogarth, William," by and after himself ; " J. Milton," by G. Vertue ; 

and 3 others (Newnham Davis), £2 2s. 

DRAWINGS. 

89 Atlingham, H., " Roadside Cottages," 134x144 (Mullen), £50 8s. 

90 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1870, " Iona," 134x194 (Bennett), £2 10s. 

91 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1869, " Glen Carron," 134x19? (Bennett), £54 12s. 

92 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1870, " Leven Links," 94x14$ (Connell), £73 10s. 

93 Danby, T., " Dynas Lake," 2iJX3°i (Newnham Davis), £5 5s. 

94 Early English School, " David Garrick " and " Mrs. Garrick" — pencil, two is 

one frame (R. J. Smith), £15 15s. 

95 Ewan Geddes, " Winter," 17x22 (R. J. Smith), £4 14s. 6d. 

96 Harlow, G. H., Head of a Cardinal : study for the trial of Queen Catharine ; 

Head of a Lady, by A. B. — pastel ; and " Erasmus," after Holbein, 
by H. de Pondt (R. J. Smith), £36 15s. 

97 Inglis, J., 1882, "Woodland Stream"; Landscape, with cows; and 

Forest Scene, by D. A. Williamson (Hedges), £7 7s. 

98 Mottram, C. S., 1883, " A Rocky Coast," 244x38$ (Peters), £4 14s. 6d. 

99 Sandby, P., R.A., 1805, Tree- Felling : a forest scene, 294x40 (W. Sabin), 

£50 8s. 

100 Suker, A., " The Home of the Seagull," 49JX 28 (Butterworth), £6 6s. 

101 Suker, A., " Bamburgh Castle," 214x32 (Willis), £5 15s. 6d. 

102 Suker, A., " Mill Bay, Land's End, Cornwall," 164x294 (Brash), £4 4s. 

103 Williams, J., View of Stirling; and Italian Bay Scene: — a pair; 15 X 24I 

(Peters), £4 14s. 6d. 



Modern Pictures. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

104 Baker, W. M., 1830, " Dead Game and Still Life," 10JX9 (Louis), £11 os. 6d. 

105 Bonington, R. P., " Coast Scene — Low Tide," 12X15I (Paterson), £120 15s. 

106 Bridell, F; Lee, 1850, " Terrace and Gardens of the Villa at Tivoli," 35x554 

(Hill), £24 3S- 

107 Bridell, F. Lee, 1861, " Morning at Mayence," 184x384 (Leggatt), £21. 

108 Bridell, F. Lee, 1861, " Pastoral Scene at Fiume," 164X234 (Leggatt), £9 9;. 

109 Bridell, F. Lee, " Evening Mist, Lake of Como " ; and " A Steam-Packet 

Leaving Port," by T. Gudin (Newnham Davis), £10 10s. 
no Constable, J., R.A., "View from the Back Terrace, Hampstead," 144x184 

(Leggatt), £63. 
in Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1837, " Cattle, Sheep, and Goat at a Ford," 6X 2oJ (Agnew), 

£18 18s. 

112 Elias, Annette, " A Cottage Garden " ; and Sea Piece, by Ricard Lordingie 

(Joy), £7 7s. 

113 Elias, Annette, " Marsh-Lands," 41X60 (Birchenough), £14 14s. 



December 17, 1910. 137 



114 Haite, G. C, 1893, View in Amsterdam, njx 17^ (Newnham Davis), £6 6s. 

115 Hulme, F. W., 1878, " Pont Ccfyn, North Wales, 42x60 (Lister), £13 13s. 

116 Hulme, F. W., 1851, " Woking Common," 23! x 35 J (Parry), £7 17s. 6d. 

117 Hulme, F. W., 1856, " Pynford Rough, looking over Woking Common — 

Sunset," 23jX35i (Richardson), £g 9s. 

118 Hulme, F. W., 1877, " Hill-Tops, Derbyshire," 19$ >: 29A (Whitehead), £4 14s. 6d. 

119 Hulk, A., " Shipping off the Dutch Coast," 16x23 (Parry), £2 12s. 6d. 

120 Hulk, A., " Coast Scene — Evening," 14IX21 (Parry), £3 13s. 6d. 

121 Linton, W., 1857, " Scene on the Lagoons, Venice," 31 x 47 (Parry), £6 16s. 6d. 

122 Tonge, R., 1850, Landscape, with peasants by a stream, 25X41 (Sampson), 

£52 ios. 

123 Williams, G. A., " Kinleith Buni, near Cuny," 46x72 (Young), £3 3s. 

124 Williamson, D. A., 1887, " Wensleydale, Yorkshire," 23X31^ (King), £15 15s. 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 

125 Carolus, J., " In the Studio" ; panel — i6jxi2| (Huggins), £6 6s. 

126 Clays, P. J., 1863, " Shipping Lying at Anchor" ; panel — 26^X42 (Tooth), 

£273. 

127 Couturier, P. L., " Poultry and Ducks," 25x21 (Wallis), £31 ros. 

128 Couturier, P. L., " Ducks " ; and " Terriers by a Rat-Hole," by G. Armfir Id — 

panel (Wallis), £10 ios. 

139 Fesquet, F. G, " In the Desert " ; and " A Dead Camel " (Butterworth), £2. 

130 Gudin, T., 1855, " Moonrise," 16^X25 (Metchkovsky), £4 14s. 6d. 

131 Gudin, T., " Italian Coast Scene " 18JX25 (Vicars), £11 ns. 

132 Guerard, A., 1858, " Devotion," 17^X144 (Leggatt), 4 14s. 8d. 

133 Lambinet, 1858, Landscape, with peasant-women — 124x19 (Vicars), £63. 

134 Lamoriniere, F., ^852, Belgian Landscape ; and " Moorland Scene," by E. F. 

Niemann (Vicars), £9 9s. 

135 Loire, 1855, "Industry"; panel — 12X 8f (Lewis), £13 13s. 

136 Marcette, 1862, Woody Road, with sportsman and dog ; panel — and Woody 

Landscape (Osborn), £4 14s. 6d. 

137 Negre, C, " The Witches' Haunt," 8X15$ (Newnham Davis), £5 5s. 

138 Prevort, "Mauve and White Lilac"; a pair, panel — 23x17 (Leggatt) 

£2 12s. 6d. 

139 Roelofs, W., Landscape in Holland, with cattle, 26^X41 (Tooth), £94 ios. 

140 Xylander, W., 1 880, " Coast Scene : Moonlight"; panel — 294 X4i£ (Amor), 

£42- 

141 Zicm, F., " Venetian Boats on the Lagoons," 15JX26J (Tooth), £157 ios. 

Pictures by Old Masters. 

142 Asch, P. J. Van, Woody Landscape, with figures and dogs, by W. Van dc 

Velde, 26JX2ii (Nicholson), £29 8s. 

143 Backhuysen, L., " A Frigate off the Coast " ; signed, and dated 1701 — 17X244 

(Pettigrew), £27 6s. 

144 Dutch School, Girl in green dress ; panel — 19 x 15 (Parsons), £15 15s. 

145 Early English School, Lady in crimson dress, 30X24J (Dyer), £7 17s. 6d. 

146 Flemish School, " The Flight into Egypt " ; and " The Entombment," after 

Titian — a drawing (Farrons), £3 3s. 

147 Giorgione (after), " Venus," 42X644 (Joy), £4 4s. 



138 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

148 Guido (after), "Beatrice Cenci " ; "The Ascension of the Virgin," after 

Titian ; and " St. Mark and an Angel " (Buttenvorth), £7 7s. 

149 Pots, G., Gentleman playing a lute ; panel — 15^X21 (Cohen), £65 3s. 

150 Poussin, N., Classical Landscape, with figures ; and Rocky Landscape, with 

figures (Huggins), £16 16s. 

151 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., "David Garrick," seated; monochrome — 9fx8£ 

(R. J. Smith), £23 2s. 

152 Ring, P. De, " Fruit and Still Life," 2oJXisi (Streletskie), £23 2s. 

153 Rombouts, S., " Outskirts of a Wood, with a hunting party " ; panel — 15 X 25$ 

(Saunders), £38 16s. 

154 Dyck, Sir A. Van (after), " The Three Children of Charles I," by L. Bardi— 

61X59 (Farrons), £22 is. 
!55 Dyck, Sir A. Van (after), Gentleman, seated ; and Gentleman, in black 

dress, after Van der Heist (Wallis), £7 7s. 
156 Vecchio, Palma (after), " The Holy Family, with Saint Catherine," 27X334 

(Osborn), £2 12s. 6d. 



January 5 and 6, 1911. 139 



January 5 and 6, 191 1. Puttick & Simpson. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

35 Baxter, " The Interior of St. Paul's " (six copies), and three others (Jacob), £1 is. 
38 " The Revolution, 1688," by Parker ; " The Death of Prince Leopold," by 
Gaugain ; portraits, after Holbein, and others, etc. (Macaskie), £1 14s. 

70 " Fishermen Going Out," by S. W. Reynolds, and " Fishermen on Shore," by 

W. Hilton, after G. Morland — mezzotints, a pair (Brail), £3 5s. 

71 Rev. John Granville and Mrs. Granville, by W. Say, after T. Barber — mezzotints, 

a pair, and the original copper plates of same (Suckling), £1 10s. 

72 " The Infant Lounger," by Bartoiozzi, after Harding, in colours ; " La Toilette," 

by Voyez, after Freudeberg ; a Portrait of a lady , after Reynolds, 
mezzotint, and (17) others, Giles, £1 18s. 
75 Captain John Harvey, by Murphy, after Stuart, a fine impression cut close 
(Salis), £1 15s. 

78 John Lee, by Hodges, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Burnell), £1. 

79 " The Charlatan,*' by Hess, after G. Dou (Reader), 9s. 

79F Cardinal Manning, by M. Menpes, and " The Music Lesson," by P. J. Arendzen, 
signed proof etchings (Rylatt), 14s. 

81 " Le Nouvelite," by Janinet, and four others (Chalivat), £1 10s. 

82 Henry Pleydell Dawnay, by Fisher ; James, Earl of Waldegrave, by McArdell, 

mezzotints, etc. (Breun), £1 12s. 

83 Liber Studiorum. " Glaucus and Scylla," by Say, after J. M. W. Turner 

(Rimell). £2 2s. 

84 " Jupiter, Baucis, and Philemon," after Carolus Lott (Reader), 12s. 

89 " Le Roman Dangereux," after Lavreince (Davis), £5 10s. 

90 " S'il m'Etoit aussi Fidele," after Fragonard (Chalivat), 16s. 

91 " L'Arrivee du Courier," after Boucher (Graves), 10s. 

93 " Venus," by Collyer, after Sir Joshua Reynolds (Brail), 17s. 

94 Lady Gideon, by Watson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, and one other, mezzotints 

(Crosland), £2 

100 Small mezzotint portraits by S. W. Reynolds, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 

55 on 16 sheets (Crossland), £1. 

101 " Hebe," by Bartoiozzi, after Cipriani ; " Morning of Life," by Tompkins, after 

Medley, etc. (Macdonnel), £1. 
105 Hunting scenes in India (42), by Williamson and Howitt, in colours (Brail), £1. 
107 Scenes (6) from Shakespere, after Bunbury (Wallace), £1 10s. 
109 Portraits of celebrated racehorses (8), published by Laurie and Whittle 

(Tyrell), 18s. 

113 " The North West or Davis's Streights," " Whale Fishery," and " The Green- 

land Whale Fishery," by and after Dodd, aquatints (Ackermaun), £3 10s. 

114 Lieut.-Gen. Sir Beorge Beckwith, after Eckstein, mezzotint (Beavis), gs. 

115 " Going out in the Morning " • *' The Refreshment " ; " The Chase " ; " The 

Death of the Fox"; "The Return," and "The Dinner," by Rowland- 
son, aquatints, in colours, a set of six (Pollard), £22 is. 

G 



I40 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

118 George Washington, Esq., by W. Nutter, after C. G. Stuart, in colours (W. 

Sabin), £52 10s. 

119 Sophia Western, by J. R. Smith, after Hoppner, mezzotint, in colours (F. 

Sabin), £61 19s. 
i2i " The Holy Family," by Bartolozzi, after Raffaello, and " Harmony," both 

in colours (Scott), £4 5s. 
422 Elisabeth, Duchess of Hamilton, by Houston, after Cotes, first state, mexxotint 

(W. Sabin), £9 10s. 
123 Charles Dibdin, Esq., by J . Young, after Phillips, mezzotint (Freeman), 18s. 
X24 " Sigismunda," mezzotint proof before all letters, and " Juno, and the infant 

Bacchus " (Chalivat), £r 4s. 

126 " Darley Arabian," and " Godolphin Arabian," by Mackrell, after F. C. 

Turner (Pollard), £1 14s. 

127 Lady Lambert, by Baldrey, after Hoppner — oval, in brown (M. R. White), 

£2 10s. 

128 " Evelina," by Baldrey, after Hoppner, in brown (W. Sabin), £10. 

129 " Coriolanus," by Bartolozzi, after Kauffmann — oval, in brown (M. R. Whitt), 

£3 17s, 6d. 

130 " The Death of Lindamore," and " Lovelace in Prison," by Bartolozzi, after 

Rigaud — a pair of ovals, in brown (Freeman), £2 15s. 

131 " Jupiter and Juno," and companion, by Bartolozzi, after Cipriani — a pair of 

ovals, in brown ( ), £3 5s. 

132 Venus," by Collyer, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, in brown (Freeman), 18s. 

191 Henry IV, and Earl of Essex, by W. Ward, after R. Westall, mezzotints, in 
colours (Lindow), 17s. 

197 Miss Tighe, a miniature oval, by Caroline Watson, after Romney ; French 

coloured ditto, after Cosway, and three others (Brail), 15s. 

198 A pair of ovals, in brown, by Thos. Fielden, after Stothard ; " Paul meeting 

Rachel," and " The Finding of Moses " (Brail), £1 4s. 

199 Countess of Bridgwater, by Posselwhite, after Eldridge (Manners), £1. 

201 Mrs. Brooksbank, by J. R. Smith, after H. D. Hamilton, mezzotint (Rigby), 

.£1 4S. 
204 " The Hours," by Bartolozzi, after Cosway, etc. (Rigby), £1. 
206 " Modona," by Bartolozzi, after Maria Cosway, printed in colour* 

(Lindow), £1. 
208 "The Seasons," by J. Thomson, early impressions before the ! text, one vol. 

(Crosland), £5 10s. 

The Property of a Lady. 

MODERN ENGRAVINGS. 

213 " The Plough," by R. W. Macbeth, after Fred Walker, artist's proof (Patterson ) 

£1 rs. 

214 Another copy (Patterson), £1 10s. 

216 " Lion and Cubs," by Atkinson, after Rosa Bonheur, a signed proof and two 

proofs before letters (Grundy), £1 5s. 
227A " Pomona," by Samuel Cousins, after J. E. Millais, signed artist's and 

engraver's proof (Thomas), £2 5s. 



January 5 and 6, 1911. 141 

ARUNDBL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS. 

245 Bazzi, " The Ecstasy of St. Catherine " (Spencer), £1 2s. 

246 Carpaccio, "The Cabling of St. Matthew"; Bazzi, "Christ bound to the 

Column," and five others (Spencer), 15s. 

247 Pietro Perugino, The Triptych : " The Crucifixion," and two side panels 

(Spencer), £5. 

Framed. 

250 " The Death of Nelson," by Clint, after Drummond, mezzotint (Keats), £1 43. 

251 " The Winter's Tale," by V. Green, after Opie, mezzotint in colours (G. H. 

Brown), £2 10s. 

252 " The Gipsies' Tent," after Morland, and " The Female Pedlar," by Meadows, 

in colours (Challivat) £2 2s. 

253 " Hebe," by Cardon, after Huet, in colours (G. H. Brown), £2 17s. 6d. 

254 Portrait of a young girl, by W. Say, after Rembrandt, mezzotint in colours 

(Maggs), £2 12s. 

255 " Nurture," by Godby, after Singleton, and " Spirit of a child," after Peters, 

in brown (Scott) £1 10s. 

256 Samuel Johnson, by Doughty, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Rimell), £1 12s. 

257 Lord Nelson, by Barnard, after Abbott : and another, by Jones, after Reynolds 

(Scott), £1 8s. 

258 " Going to the Moors," after Hering, in colours, and 3 others (Keats), £2. 

259 " Lord Howe's Victory, 18th June, 1794," by D. Orme ; " The Battle of La 

Hogue," by W. Woollett, after West ; and " Battle of Camperdown," after 
Loutherbourg (Scott), £2 4s. 

260 The Marlborough Family, by C. Turner, af ter Sir J oshua Reynolds (Lauser), 

£6 10s. 

261 " The Lock," by David Lucas, after Constable, mezzotint (Blythe), £5 12s. 6d. 

262 " Fishermen going out" and " Return," by Whessel, after Serres (Brail), 12s. 

263 " Tom and bi9 pigeons," and " The Favourite Rabbit," by C. Knight, after 

Russell, in colours, a pair (Keats), £3 10s. 

264 " Guinea Pigs," by and after James Ward, in colours (Money), £2 2s. 

265 " The Gipsy," by T. Young, after Whitney, mezzotint (Brail), 14s. 

266 " Emilus," " Orville," and " Equator," by C. Hunt, in colours (Challivat), 

£1 ros. 

267 " Manchester Coach," by J. Pollard, and two others, in colours (Oldham), £2 55. 

268 " Teaching a bird to sing," after Kauffman, and " Love in her eyes," after 

Peters, mezzotint (Challivat), £2 2s. 

269 John Heaviside, by Barlom, after Zoffany, mezzotint (W. T. Spencer), £1 4s. 

270 Marriage of George Washington, lithographs, by Regnier (Lee), 14s. 

271 Hastings, by Wallis, after Turner, and seven others (Lindow), 12s. 

273 " George IV reviewing his Troops," after Beechey, mezzotint in colours 

Pollard), £4. 

274 " Le Village Abandonne," by Chaponnier, after Sherwin, in colours (Brail), 

£3 3s- 

275 " Attack of the Vanguard," by Willmore, after Brierley ; Napoleon and officer 

at Bassano, and " The Battle of Maida," by A. Cardon, after Loutherbourg 
Norrie), £1 10s. 

276 Royal Windsor, " Atalanta," and a Pointer, after Rosa Bonheur, signed (Keats), 

£1. 

277 Fox Hunting, in colours, a set of four (Lee), £1 12s. 



1 42 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

278 " Boys sliding," and " Crossing a bridge," after Morland, in colours (G. H. 

Brown), £1 ros. 

279 Mrs. Wolf, by Samuel Cousins, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, and " Infant Samuel," 

by the same, mezzotints (Maggs), £2 7s. 6d. 

280 " The Proposal," and " Congratulation," by Meyer, after Harlow, a pair 

(G. H. Brown), £2 5s. 

281 " The Miniature," by Maile, after Harper, and another (Keats), £1 5s. 

282 " Venus," by Collyer, after Reynolds, and " The Mirror of Venus," after 

Kauffman (Brail), £1 12s. 
282A Miss Cholmondley, after Hoppner, in colours. Withdrawn. 

283 " Nurture," by Godby, after Singleton, in colours (Challivat), 15s. 

285 Mr. Kemble as " Hamlet," by S. W. Reynolds, after Lawrence, mezzotint 

(Keats), £1 5 s. 

286 The Death of Col. Moorhouse, by Stalker, after Howe, and Death of Nelson, by 

Heath, after West (Keats), £1 4s. 

287 " Love Sheltered," by W. Say, after Thomson, in colours (G. H. Brown), £2. 

288 Men in a barn, by S. W. Reynolds, after Morland, mezzotint (Brail), £2 2s. 

289 Edward Lord Thurlow, by Bartolozzi, R. B. Sheridan, by Hall, after Reynolds, 

and another (Maggs), £1 12s. 

290 Boy robbing an orchard, by Meadows, after Morland, in colours, and three 

others (G. H. Brown), £1 10s. 

291 Plymouth and Sheerness Dockyards, by Canot (Keats), 12s. 

292 Gen. George Washington, after Stuart (Scott), £1 4s. 

293 A Girl going to market, by Gaugain, after Barker, in colours (G. H. Brown), 

£3 5S. 

294 Lady Stanhope, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Challivat), 10s. 

395 Scenes in the Life of Charles I, by Van der Gucht (9), and Facsimile of the Death 
Warrant (Reader), 14s. 

296 Doctors, Masters and Scholars of Oxford, by T. Worlidge (Pollard), £1. 

297 Inside and outside a Country Ale House, by W. Ward, after Ward and Morland 

mezzotints in colours, a pair (Challivant), £10 10s. 

298 Mrs. Whitmore, by C. Turner, after Phillips, mezzotint in colours (Agnew), 

£13 13s. 

299 " Robinetta," by J. Jones, after Reynolds (Freeman), 17s. 

300 " Le Verrou," after Fragonard, in colours (Freeman), £2 10s. 

301 " Mrs. Sheridan as St. Cecilia, by C. Watson, after Reynolds (Freeman), 14s. 

302 " The Token of Love," after Morland, circle, in sepia (Freeman), £1 17s. 6d. 
305 " The Bird's Nest," by Freeman, and " He would be a soldier " (G. H. Brown) , 

£1. 

307 " Abraham offering up his son," and " Hagar and Ishmael," by Dunkarton, 

after Copley, mezzotint in colours (Challivat), £4 4s. 

308 Death of Nelson, by Annis, after Drummond (Freeman), £1 7s. 6d. 

309 " Calling of Samuel," by J. R. Smith, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, etched letter 

proof, mezzotint (Wesson), £3 10s. 

310 " Playing at Dominoes," by J. R. Reynolds, after G. Morland, mezzotint 

(Brail), £3 13s. 6d. 

311 "The Fruits of Industry," and "Idleness," by W. Ward, after Morland 

mezzotints, a pair (W. Sabin), £13 13s. 

312 Countess Gower and Lady Leveson Gowcr, by S. Cousins, after Sir T 

Lawrence mezzotint (Maggs), £17 6s. 6d. 



January 5 and 6, 191 1. 143 

313 Lady Charlotte Duncombe, by C. Wilkin, after Hoppner (W. Sabin . 

£11 os. 6d. 

314 " Cymoa and Iphigeaia," by F. Haward, after Reynolds (Pollard), 17s. 

315 Rt. Hon. William Pitt, Colonel of Cinque Port Volunteers, by Stadler, after 

Hubert aquatint, in colours, on strainer (Maggs) £3 15s. 

316 George III, by Stadler, in colours, and nine others (Maggs), £1 2s. 6d. 

317 " Flying Dutchman," by Smith, in colours, and others (Scott), £r 6s. 

318 The Quorn Hunt, drawn and etched by Aiken, plates 2, 4, 5, 7, and 8, in 

colours (Hornstein), £5. 

319 Herring's Sketches of the Road, by C. Hunt, in colours, and two others (Horn- 

stein), £3 5s. 

320 " The ' Blenheim ' leaving the Star Hotel, Oxford," by and after Havell.in 

colours (Hornstein), £1 10s. 

321 " One Day's Sport of three real good ones," by and after Aiken, a set of six 

(Lee), £5 5s. 

322 Rt. Hon. John Beresford, by Hodges, after Stewart, and Duke of Richmond, by 

Watson, after Romney, mezzotints (Bruen), £1 17s. 6d. 

323 The Duchess of Rutland, by S. Cousins, after Sanders, mezzotint (Maggs), £5 5s. 

324 " Bay Middleton " and " Cyprian," after Herring, and another (Southgate), 

£1 2S. 

325 Lady Elizabeth Compton, by Greenhead, after Reynolds (Challivat), £2 10s. 

326 " Fetes au Dieu Pan," by Aubert, after Watteau, and another (Challivat), £1 8s. 

328 " Admiral Nelson boarding the St. Joseph," by James Daniell, after Singleton. 

mezzotint in colours (Brail), £1 8s. 

329 The Vale of Dedham, by Lucas, after Constable (Brail), £1 10s. 

334 " The Fairings," and " Setting out to the Fair," by Bginton, after Wheatley 

a pair (Challivat), £5 5s. 
349 " The Favourite Rabbit," after Rosalba, in colours (Moore), £2. 

352 " The Noble Science," by John Leech, chromolithograph (Agnew), £1 12s. 

353 " Stop a bit, Master Reginald," by the same, ditto (Agnew), £3 5s. 

354 " Hold hard, Master George," by the same, ditto (Agnew), £2 2s. 

358 Lady Smyth and children, by Bartolozzi, after Reynolds (Mayiie), £2 2s. 

359 " Labour and Health," by Gaugain, and " The Woodman," by Bartolozzi, after 

Barker, a pair, in colours (Challivat), £8. 

360 View of Richmond Hill from Twickenham Ferry, by J. Jukes and Sargent, 

after Tollemache, in colours (Parkes), £3 15s. 

361 " The Shepherd Boy," by Agar, after Reynolds, in colours (Mayne), £1 7s. 6d. 
363 Lady Caroline Montague, by Samuel Cousins, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 

Mezzotint (Challivat), £1 8s. 

366 The children of King Charles I, by R. Strange, after Van Dyck (Irwin), £1. 

373 John Hunter, by Galler, after Reynolds (Maggs), £1 13s. 

375 Game Birds, aquatints, in coloursa — set of six (Oldham), £1 10s. 

376 Girl and dog, by T. Bausse, after Reynolds, proof in brown (Loveless), £1. 

377 Farrier's Shop, by W. Say, after Ward, mezzotint (Robiuson), £3. 

378 Salisbury Cathedral, by D. Lucas, after Constable, mezzotint (Challivat), £1 5s. 

379 Master Pio Cianchettini, drawn and engraved by P. Conde, in colours 

(Herman), £1 7s. 6d. 

384 John Leech, " A Cavalier," chromolithograph (Agnew), £1 10s. 

385 John Leech, " No Consequence," ditto (Agnew), £2. 

386 John Leech, " A Shocking Young Lady Indeed," ditto (Scott), 17s. 6d. 



i 4 4 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

387 John Leech, " The Mermaid's Haunt," ditto (Spencer), £1. 

388 John Leech, " Frolic Home," ditto (Agnew), £2s. 

WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

In Portfolio. 
396 K. Greenaway, Children subjects (6) (Farr), £3 3s. 
399 G. Cruikshank, Pen and ink sketches (3), (W. T. Spencer), 14s. 

Framed. 

428 Beardsley, Aubrey, two drawings (Edwards), £2 2s. 

429 May, Phil, A Bit of Old Chelsea, and " 'Ere's Luck " (Perry), £1 is. 

438 Loutherbourg, J. P. de, " Llyn Ogween Wales," the original drawing (Leuchars), 
£2 10s. 

PAINTINGS. 

440 Sartorius, T. N., Pointers (Challivat), £1 17s. 6d. 
449 Morland, " A Gipsy Encampment " (Simpson), £2 10s. 



January u, 191 1. 145 



January 11, 191 1. Sotheby's. 

The Property of Dr. Howard Jones, Great Portland 
Street, W. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

1 " Silvia," by and after J. Barney, in colours (Brail), £1 2s. 

2 " Comedy," by Sintzenich, after A. Kauffman, oval, in red ; and others 

(Brail), £1. 

3 " The Four Seasons," set of four small mezzotints, published by Haines (Parker), 

£2 2S. 

4 Sir John Willes, by J. Faber, after T. Hudson ; Thomas Burnet, by the same 

after A. Ramsey ; and four others (Maggs), £1 2s. 

5 Jemima Countess Cornwallis, by J. Watson, after Sir J. Reynolds ; and four 

others (Hyam & Co), £1 12s. 

6 Mrs. Cosway, by F. Bartolozzi, after R. Cosway, open letter proof in brown ; 

and four others (Jacobson), £2. 

7 View of Great Charlotte Street, Blackfriars Road, by W. W. Burch, aquatint, 

in colours (Rimell), 10s. 

Framed. 
S " The Savoyards," by C. Turner, after H. Singleton, in colours (F. Daniell), 

£4. 6s. 
9 Martha Gunn, by W. Nutter, after J. Russell, in colours (James), £5 175. 6d. 
10 A Shepherd Boy, by Agar, after Sir J. Reynolds, in colours (Brail), 15s. 
n " Sensibility," and " Archness," by J. R. Smith, after J. Hoppner, a pair, in 

colours (Parker), £4 8s. 
\2 " The Mother's Hope," and " The Father's Darling," by Freeman, and Stadler, 
after A. Buck, a pair, in colours (James), £4. 

13 " The Nymph of the Vineyard," by and after W. Elms, in colours (Brail;, £1 is. 

14 "The Haymakers," by W. Nutter, after H. Singleton, in colours (James), 

£8 10s. 

15 " Cherubim," by F. Bartolozzi, after Rev. W. Peters, in colours (Bray), £1 16s. 

16 " Nymph Dancing," and companion, by and after P W. Tomkins, a pair, in 

colours, on silk (Vaughan), £18 10s. 

17 " Cordelia," by F. Bartolozzi, after A. Kauffman, oval, in colours (Bray), £3. 
iS Miss Decamp, by J. Vendramini, after P. Jean, in colours (Bray), £2. 

19 " Cupid and Psyche," by J. F. Delattre, after F. Bartolozzi ; and " Love and 

Fortune," by F. Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, a pair, in colours (Vaughan), £12. 

20 " The Young Sailor," in colours (Brail), £2. 

21 " Nymph with lamb," and Girls with wreath of flowers, by R. Marcuard, after 

A. Kauffman — a pair, ovals, in colours (Barnart), £5 17s. 6d. 

22 Children with mouse-trap, by R. S. Marcuard, after W. Hamilton, oval, in 

colours (Davis), £11 15s. 

23 " The Fond Mother," by F. Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, oval, in colours (Marne), 

£2 4S. 

24 " Una," by T. Burke, after A. Kauffman, in colours (Brail), £1 8s. 

25 " Wales," by Barnard, after J. K. Porter, in colours (Barnard), £1 12s. 

26 " Venus Bathing," by F. Bartolozzi, after J. B. Cipriani, oval, in colours 

(Vaughan), £9 5s. 



146 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

27 " Henry and Emma," by and after J. Slater — a pair, ovals, in colours (Parker), 

28 " The Morning of Life," by P. W. Tomkins, after S. Medley ; and two others 

(Brail), £3 12s. 

29 " Henry and Emma " ; " Affection " ; " Improvement " ; " Instruction " 

and three others, by J. R. Smith, after R. Cosway, tinted (White), £9 15s. - 

30 Cupids with Birds'-nests, and Cupids, by F. Bartolozzi, after Lady Diana 

Beauclerk, a pair ; and another, all in colours (Parker), £5 5s. 

31 " The Peep Show," by G. Miller, after Van Assen, circle, in colours (Mayne), £1 is. 

32 " Robin Hood," and " The Shepherd," by and after Wickstead — a pair, ovals, 

in colours (BIythe), £1 10s. 

33 " The Shepherd Boy " ; and two others, all in colours (Brail), £1 5s. 

34 " I shan't give you any, Miss," and " Make a curtsey for it, Love," a pair ; 

and two others, all in colours (Lindow), £4. 10s. 

35 " Maria," by W. Wells ; and two others, by F. Bartolozzi, after A. Kauffman, 

all ovals, in colours (Blyth), £2 8s. 

36 " Friendship," and " Innocence," a pair, small ovals ; and two others, all in 

colours (Barnard), £2. 

37 " Le Baiser d' Amour " ; " Je serai Sage" ; and four others, all in colours 

(Parker), £4. 10s. 

38 Mrs. J. M. Raikes, by T. Nugent, after Sir W. Beechey, in colours (Bray), £2. 

39 George III, after Sir W. Beechey, small circle, in colours (Coote), £1 9s. 

40 Henry Swinburne, by M. Bovi, after R. Cosway, etched letter proof ; and three 

others, all in colours (James), £1 12s. 

41 " Susan's Farewell," by C. Knight, after G. Morland, circle (Mayne), £2 2s. 

42 " Old Robin Gray," by F. Bartolozzi, after H. Bunbury ; " The Songstress," 

by J. R. Smith, after the same ; and two others (Brail), £2 8s. 

43 " The Ticket," by J. Parker, after J. Northcote, circle ; Delia, by G. T. Stubbs, 

after J. Grassi ; and another (Hyam & Co.), £2 18s. 

44 " Cupid Disarmed," by C. Knight, after J. H. Benwell, in brown ; " The 

Careful Mother," and " The Careless Mother," a pair, ovals ; and two 
others (Barnard), £4. 

45 " Les Deux Amis," by and after J. R. Smith ; and another (Pollard), £2 14s. 

46 " The Lovers " ; " The Card Party " ; " Camp Laundry " ; " The Introduc- 

tion " ; and a scene in Kensington Gardens, published by R. Sayer and 
J. Bennett, all in colours (Lindow), £3 3s. 

47 '" Reapers," by Gaugain and Mitan, after E. Dayes, in colours ; " The Bulldogs' 

Crib " and " Rosa," by J. Scott, after A. Cooper ; and four others (Lindow), 
£1 8s. 

48 Scenes in the Life of Dick Turpin, set of 4 coloured lithographs (Pollard), £2. 

49 Lady Caroline Spencer, by W. Whiston Barney, after R. Cosway, open letter 

proof (Maggs), £15. 

50 James Ward, by T. Woolnoth, after Finnie (Fores), £1 10s. 

51 " The Fencing Match between the Chevalier D'Eon and Mons. St. George," 

by V. M. Picot, after Robineau (Pollard), £1 16s. 

52 Charles Bannister, by J. R. Smith, after M. Brown, in colours ; " Les Caprices de 

la Goute " ; and two others (Bray), £2 5s. 

53 Mrs. Cowley, by J. Fittler, after R. Cosway ; Miss Farren, by Godfrey, proof ; 

and three otheri (Nicholson), £1 7s. 

54 " The Dumb Alphabet," by W. T. Amis, after J . Northcote ; " Children at play," 

by J. Faber, after P. Mercier, a pair ; and another (Barnard), £2 5s. 



January n, 1911. 147 

55 Miss Nelly O'Brien, by C. Spooner, after Sir J. Reynolds; Miss Powell, by 

E. Judkins, after the same; Lady Williams, by J. Beckett, after W. 
Wissing ; and two others (Barnard), £12. 

56 Lady Dover, by G. H. Phillips, after Sir T. Lawrence ; and Lady Wallscourt, 

by and after the same, both proofs on india paper ; and two others (Wilde), 
£2 145. 

57 " Spring," " Autumn," and " Winter," by Freeman and Stadler, after A. 

Buck, in colours (Pollard), £12 15s. 

58 Girl at a spinning wheel, oval, in colours ; and " Sweet Poll of Plymouth," by 

C. Knight, after H. Bunbury, circle, in brown, damaged (Brail), £1 9s. 

59 "Jupiter and Leda," by B. Comte and F. Bartolozzi, after F. Viera ; four 

coloured lithographs of fresh-water fish, etc., all ur.framed (Horace), 6s. 

The Property of T. J. Bellingham, Esq., Francis Street, 
Leeds. 

BAXTER COLOUR PRINTS. 
Framed. 

60 " The Landing of the Rev. J. Waterhouse " (Maggs), £2 4s. 

61 " Winter " ; and " Wreck of the Reliance " (Parker), £2 2s. 

62 " The Day before Marriage " ; and " The Lovers' Letterbox " (Carlton), £2 6s. 

63 Lake of Lucerne ; and " Fruit Girl of the Alps " (Spencer), £2. 

64 "Hollyhocks"; and " The Gardener's Shed" (Wilde), £1 8s. 

65 " The Gardener's Shed," another copy (Ladenburg), 16s. 

■66 The Titlepage and other illustrations to the " Cabinet of Painting" (J. A.' Riley), 
£2 12s. 

67 Lugano ; Verona, and others from the same series (Ladenburg), £2 14s. 

68 "News from Home " ; and " News from Australia," a pair (Ladenburg), £1 ios. 

69 Another pair of the same (Wilde), £1 is. 

70 Small fruit pieces, a pair (Spencer), 173. 

71 Another pair of the same (Wilde), 18s. 

72 " The Cornfield " ; and Landing of Queen Victoria in Ireland (Spencer), 18s. 

73 "Copper, your Honour"; " Me Warm now " ; and " First Lessons" (Spencer), 

£2 5s. 

74 " It's Nice " ; " It's Nasty " ; " Stolen Pleasures " ; and " Wrong Change " 

(Oldham), £1 8s. 

75 "Returning from Prayer"; "Summertime"; "Sweep"; "The Baxters' 

Door" ; and another (J. W. Peters), £2 5s. 

76 Siege of Sebastopol ; Portrait of Rev. J. Williams (Spencer), £1 13s. 

77 " The Lovers' Seat," and " The Dripring Well " at Hastings, a pair ; Bolton 

Abbey ; and three other small landscapes (Spencer), £1 193. 

78 Ben Nevis ; ten small views on one sheet ; Folkestone ; Brighton Chain 

Pier ; and " So Tired " (Wreathall), £1. 

79 " Come Pretty Robin " ; " Christmas Time " ; and two others (Spencer), £1 5s. 

80 " The Mountain Stream " ; and " The Crucifixion," in sepia (Ladenburg), 16s. 
Si St. Bernard dogs (Peters), £2 12s. 

82 " The Parting Look," first state, with the man with a box (Brail), £3 5s. 

83 The same, second state, the man removed (Holliday), £1 16s. 

84 " The Mountain Stream " ; and " Search for Sir John Franklin " (Spencer), i7 ; . 
$5 The Great Exhibition, exterior and interior views, a pair (Spencer), 16s. 

86 The Landing and Massacre of the Rev. Mr. Williams, a pair (Maggs), £1 2s. 

87 Brougham Castle ; " The Grisette " ; and two others (Maggs), 19s. 



148 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

88 Portrait of the Duke of Wellington, 2 copies, one with autograph underneath ; 

Napoleon ; and Napoleon III (Ladenburg), £3 3s. 

89 Princess Royal ; Empress Eugenie ; John Wesley, in sepia ; and another 

(Ladenburg), 15 s. 

90 Charge of British Troops ; and Review of the British Fleet (Ladenburg), £2 2s. 

91 Portraits of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, a pair (Hale), £1 is. 

92 " Birth of Christ " ; " The Ninth Hour " and " The Saviour Blessing Bread " 

(Holliday), 12s. 

93 " The Descent from the Cross " ; " The Ascension " ; and " Christ Blessing 

Bread " (Spencer), £1. 

94 " The Crucifixion," sepia ; " Madonna and Child " ; " Birth of the Saviour " 

and " The Last Supper " (Peters), 18s. 

95 " Summertime " ; Girl about to bathe ; Boy throwing at ducks ; and " Re- 

turning from Prayer " (Peters), £ 1 16s. 

96 Gems of the Great Exhibition, Nos. 1, 3 and 5 (Peters), £2. 

97 " Truth distributing the Scriptures " ; Italian view ; and " The Belle of the 

Village" (Spencer), 13s. 

98 " The Bride " ; Windsor Castle ; " The Lovers' Tiff " ; and another (Peters) , 

18s. 

99 " The Prodigal Son " ; " Christ and the Woman of Samaria " ; " Incredulity of 

St. Thomas " ; and " The Three Marys " (Peters), 6s. 

100 " Christ's Charge to Peter " ; and " Death of Ananias," 2 copies, from the 

Raffaelle Cartoons (Peters), 7s. 

101 " So Tired " ; " Sleeping Cat " ; " See Saw " ; and two others (Spencer), 10s. 

102 Osborne House ; Balmoral ; and Chepstow Castle (Peters), 19s. 

103 Isola Bella ; and three other small views in Italy, etc. ; and " The Four 

Seasons," represented by insects and birds, in one frame (Watkins), £1 3s. 

104 Incidents in the Ascent of Mont Blanc (Spencer), ns. 

105 " Elymas smitten blind " ; Mr. Medhurst ; " The Soldier's Departure " ; 

and " The Gleaners " (Spencer), 13s. 

106 Ten very small subjects for needlebox labels, on one sheet ; Chalees Satoom ; 

Mr. Medhurst (2 copies), and " Elymas smitten Blind " (Spencer), 13s. 

107 " Paul and Virginia " ; three small landscapes ; and another (Watkins), 16s. 

108 Jenny Lind as " The Daughter of the Regiment " ; " Red Riding Hood " ; 6s. 

Portrait of Queen Victoria ; and another (Lindow), 19s. 

109 The Six Malagasy Christians ; Portraits of Queen Victoria and Prince Consort ; 

a pair ; and another (Lindow), 13s. 



no " Snowballing " ; " Moonlight " ; " The Showman " ; and " Waiting at the 

Ferry" (Spencer), 19s. 
in " Sunday Morning " ; and " The Wedding Day," a pair (Riley), 9s. 

112 " The Pedlar " ; " The Mill Stream " ; and " Please remember^the Grotto " 

(Barnard), 17s. 

113 " Blackberry Gatherers " ; " The Image Boy " rare ; and " Dancing Dogs," 

rare (Watkins), 19s. 

114 " The Village Spring " ; and '" The Birds' Nest," a pair (Riley), 16s. 

115 "The Gleaners"; "Learning to Ride"; "Soldiers' Return," rare; and 

" The Burning Glass," rare (Spencer), 16s. 

116 " May Day," very rare ; and " The Young Angler" (Watkin), £1 4s. 

117 "Good News"; " Grandfather's Snurf Box " ; and " The Leisure Hour, "all 

rare (Barnard), 15s. 



January u, 1911. 149 



118 " The Pet Rabbits " ; " The Fisherman's Hut " ; and " The Cherry Seller," 

all rare (Lindow), £i4s. 

119 " Grandfather's Pipe," rare ; and " The Sailor's Departure " (Riley), 14s. 

120 " The Swing " ; and " The Fifth of November," both extremely rare (James), 

£1 16s. 

*** The above eleven lots are from one series. 



Other Properties. 

Framed. 

121 " Box Lobby Loungers," by T. Rowlandson, after H. Wigstead, in colours, late 

impression (Barton), £1 12s. 

122 The Engagement between Captain Pearson of the " Serapis " and Paul Jones 

of the " Bon Homme Richard," by Lerpiniere and Fittler, after R. Paton 
(Robson), £4 10s. 

123 View of West Point, the United States Military Academy, after R. Havell, 

aquatint, in colours (Pollard), £11. 

124 " The Pursuit " ; and " The Last War Whoop," after A. F. Tate, a pair, 

coloured lithographs (Barton), £1 is. 

125 Bartolozzi, F., "Venus chiding Cupid," after Sir J. Reynolds, open letter 

proof (Pollard), £11 15s. 

126 Lady Caroline Montagu, by J. R. Smith, after Sir Joshua Reynolds (With- 

drawn). 

127 A Lady, by J. Young, after J. Hoppner (Barnard), £1 is. 

128 Duchess of Rutland, by S. Cousins, after Sanders (Lutwell), £y 5s. 

129 Alexander, E., R.W.S., Study in water-colour of a wasp (Dott), £4 15s. 

In the Folio. 

130 Holler, W., Two of the plates of birds, Sir Saml. Morland, small oval (Gute 

kunst), 5s. . 

131 Nanteuil, R., Cardinal Mazarin (Obach & Co.), £g 15s. 

132 Nanteuil, R., Pompone de Bellivre, after Le Brun (Obach & Co), £45. 

133 St. Paul's and Caterbury Cathedrals, a pair of indian ink drawings in one 

mount (Pollard), 15s. 

134 Duke of Monmouth, on horseback, by W. Baillie, unfinished proof endorsed 

by the engraver (Parker), £1 is. 

Framed. 

135 " Rural Music," by T. Gaugain, after R. Westall, in colours (Lindow), £2 10s. 

136 " The Distracted Damsel," by V. M. Picot, after Miller, oval, in colours 

(Mayne), £3 5s. 

137 " The Lovers' Meeting," by J. Carey, after A. Trewinyard, circle, in red 

(Hyam & Co.), £2 15s. 

138 " Le Serment d' Amour," by J. Mathieu, after H. Fragonard (Paterson), £1 10s. 

139 Lord Thomas and Fair Annette, by F. Bartolozzi, after H. Bunbury, circle 

in colours (Mayne), £3 8s. 

140 " Stag Hunting," by Reeve, ater Wolstenholme, aquatints, in colour, set 

of four, etc. (Rimell), £4. 

141 The Racehorse " Diamond," by Whessell, after Sartorius, in colours ; and 

The Racehorse " Escape," by R. Dodd, after the same (Pollard), £2 10s. 

142 Princess Charlotte, by S. W. Reynolds, after G. Dawe (Withdrawn). 

143 Turner, C, Sir Robert Peel, after Sir T. Lawrence (Withdrawn). 



150 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



January 12, 191 1. Sotheby's. 

ARUNDEL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS. 

144 Death of St. Francis, after Ghirlandajo ; and Virgin and Child, after Sanzio 

(Spencer), 5s. 

145 " Adoration of the Magi," after Luini ; " The Fall " and " The Expulsion," 

after Masaccio, three on two sheets (Spencer), 5s. 
14G " The Presentation in the Temple," after Luini ; and Head from the same 

(Spencer), 5s. 
147 St. Peter and St. Paul before Nero, and the Martyrdom of St. Peter, after 

Fillipino Lippi ; Jesus and his Disciples at Emmaus, after Fra Bartolomeo ; 

and " The Transfiguration," after Fra Angelico (Spencer), 5s. 
.148 " The Adoration of the Magi " ; St. Ursula and her Virgins ; and St. Gereon 

and his Warriors, after Stephen Lothener, forming the triptych in the 

Cathedral at Cologne, three on two sheets (Joseph), 8s. 

149 St. Benedict preaching to Women, after Bazzi ; St. John the Baptist with St. 

Benedict, and St. Nazarus with St. Celsus, after Bartolomeo Montagna, 
three on two sheets (Spencer), 5s. 

150 Pope Six tus IV giving evidence, after Melozzo da Forli ; St. Lucy sentenced to 

Death, after Jacopo d'Avanzo ; and The Deposition from the Cross, after 
Pietro Lorenzetti (Spencer), 9s. 

151 " The Crucifixion," after Hans Memling ; St. Giles and St. Jerome ; and St. 

Blaise and St. John the Baptist, after the same ; and two others, seven on 
four sheets (Spencer), 5s. 

152 Prophets and Sibyls, after P. Perugino ; and Virgin and Child, after Benozzo 

Gozzoli (Joseph), 15s. 

153 " The Crucifixion," after P. Perugino ; " The Transfiguration," after the 

same ; and " The Resurrection," after P. Delia Francesca (Joseph), 15s. 

154 St. Catherine finding the body of St. Agnes, after Pacchiarotto ; Christ bound 

to the Column, after Bazzi ; and Richard II before the Madonna with 
saints and angels, four on three sheets (Spencer), 12s. 

155 Aeneas Silvius Piccolomini receiving the Cardinal's Hat, after Pinturicchio ; 

St. Stephen's Ordination and his distribution of alms (Spencer), 9s. 

156 Events in the life of Moses after Luca Signorelli (Spencer), 13s. 

157 "The Annunciation" ; The Triune God, the Virgin Mary and St. John the 

Baptist ; St. Cecilia at the Organ and an angelic choir, after the brothers 
Van Eyck, being the centre panels and upper wings of the altar-piece 
in the Cathedral at Ghent, nine on three sheets (Joseph), 10s. 

158 Views of the Eastern Penitentiary of Pennsylvania ; and Fairmount Water 

Works, Philadelphia, coloured lithographs, by Childs and Inman, after G. 
Lehman (Helbing), £1 is. 

159 Views in Ireland, by F. Jukes and Hassell, after T. Walmsley, aquatints, 

in colours (Helbing), £1 2s. 

160 Views of York, Leeds, Scarborough, Ripon, Kingston-upon-Hull, and Sheffield, 

by S. and N. Buck (Boys), £1 5s. 

161 Views of Newcastle, Durham, Carlisle and Berwick-upon-Tweed, by S. and N. 

Buck (Boys), £ns. 

162 Early Maps of the British Isles, etc., two coloured (Rimell), 2s. 

163 Caricatures relating to Napoleon Buonaparte, by G. Cruikshank, Woodward. 

J. Gillray, and others (17), mostly in colours (Tregaskis), £1 8s. 



January 12, 1911. 151 



164 Military Caricatures (18), by different artists, mostly in colours (Spencer), 17s. 

165 " Hounds Finding " ; " Hounds in Full Cry " ; " Hounds Throwing Off " 

and " Coming in at the Death," by J. Gillray, set of four, in colours (Rimell j 
8s. 

166 Elements of Skating, set of four caricatures, in colours (Maggs), £1. 

167 Caricature Portraits, by Dighton, (14) ; etc., some in colours (Breun), 2s. 

168 The Jockey Club, after T. Rowlandson, in colours ; 12 other Sporting sub- 

jects, after H. Aiken, H. Bunbury, etc., mostly in colours (Brail), 14s. 

169 " The Old Pretender," by F. Chereau, after A. S. Belle (Borrer), £6. 

170 "The Young Pretender," and The Cardinal York, after H. Larguilliere, a 

pair ; and another (F. Daniels , £10 10s. 

171 French Barracks, and English Barracks, by T. Malton, after T. Rowlandson 

— a pair, aquatints, in colours (Ellis & Smith), £2 15s. 

172 Inn Yard on Fire, by T. Malton, after T. Rowlandson and " The Disappointed 

Epicures," after the same, both aquatints, in colours (Ellis & Smith) ,. 
£2 10s. 

173 " The Married Man," by S. Aiken, after H. Wigstead ; and " Studious 

Gluttons," by the same, after T. Rowlandson, both aquatints, iu colours 
(E. Parsons), £1 15s. 

174 "A Game of Hazard," after T. Rowlandson; "A Little Bigger," after the 

same, both aquatints, in colours ; and two others (Bral), £1 6s. 

175 A Naiad, by F. Bartolozzi, after J. B. Cipriani, oval, printed in colours ; 

and " Cupid on achete trop cher," by the same, oval, in red (Vaughan), £3. 

176 " The Second Lesson of Love," by P. W. Tomkins, after Harding, oval ; 

" Cupid and Psyche," by J. M. Delattre, after F. Bartolozzi ; and two 
others (Vaughan), £1 10s. 

177 Lady Hamilton, by Norman Hirst, on india paper, signed ; and The Duke of 

Wellington, by B. P. Gibbon, after J. Simpson (Combe), £1 8s. 

178 Margaret Smith, by P. V. Gunst, after Sir A. Vandyck ; and Jane Goodwin 

by and after the same (Combe), 9s. 

179 Constantine's Arch, by J. Fittler, after Claud Lorraine, on strainer ; and An 

Army on the March, early Italian line print, by H. van Schoel (Wilson), is. 

180 Angel's Heads (MissF. J.Gordon), by P. Simon, after Sir J. Reynolds, brilliant 

proof before letters, in brown, with full margin (Parker), £30. 

181 Reynolds, Sir J., " The Snake in the Grass," by W. Ward, early proof, part of 

inscription space cut off (Ellis & Smith), £101. 

182 Hoppner, J., Lady Andover, by C. Wilkin, proof before letters, in brown 

(Parker), £30. 

183 Hoppner, J., Lady Langham, by C. Wilkin, proof before letters, in brown 

(Parker), £32 10s. 

184 George Canning, by W. Ward, after T. Stewardson, engraver's touched proof 

(Wood), 8s. 

185 Sir Robert Laurie, by J. Ward, after W. Owen (Parsons), 5s. 

18b Mrs. Carnac, by S. W. Reynolds, after Sir J. Reynolds ; and another (F. 
Daniell), 5s. 

187 " The Fortune Teller," by J. K. Sherwin, after Sir J. Reynolds (F. Daniell), 

£1 18s. 

188 Adrienne le Couvreur, by P. Drevet, after C. Coypel (Obach & Co.), £5 5s. 
1S9 Louis XIV, by P. van Schuppen, after F. de Troy (F. Daniell), £1 12s. 



r52 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

igo The Small War-horse, by A. Durer, reverse copy ; Shakespeare, by W. Ward ; 
others, miscellaneous (Brail), 5s. 

191 Bartolozzi, F., Portrait of Sir Henry Clinton ; Concert Tickets ; etc. (Brail), 

£1 3S. 

192 Small Portraits (77) of Historical, Literary, and other Personages, many 

proofs (Parsons), 12s. 

193 Illustrations to Shakespeare's Plays, Don Quixote, etc., a parcel (Parsons), 3s. 
r94 Portraits of authors, and others (34), nearly all proofs on large paper (Parsons), 

£l 2S. 

195 Byron's Heroines, a series of six drawings in pencil by G. Staal, with trial 

proofs of the engravings from the same series, the twelve steel plates, and 
seven finished engravings (Maggs), £1 ns. 

The following Drawings, in pencil touched with colour, 
are by R. J. Lane, A.R.A., and were exhibited at the 
Shakespeare and Theatrical Memorial Exhibition, 1910. 
They are believed to be unpublished. 

196 W. C. Macready as " Benedick " (Parsons), £i 4s. 

197 W. C. Macready as " Marc Antony " (Maggs), £1 10s. 

198 W. C. Macready as " Don Felix " in " The Wonder ! a Woman keeps a 

Secret," by Mrs. Centlivre, and an engraved portrait of Macready, in the 
same character, but in slightly different costume, in precisely similar 
style to the drawings, and signed with Lane's monogram (Tregaskis), £1 14s. 

199 W. C. Macready, as " Macbeth " (Maggs), £2. 

200 W. C. Macready as " Othello " (Parsons), £2 16s. 

201 W. C. Macready as " Falstaff," (Tregaskis), £3 4s. 

202 Major Robert Rogers, Commander-in-Chief of the Indians in the Back 

Settlements of America, three-quarter length, mezzotint (Maggs), £11. 

203 The Chevalier d'Eon dressed as a soldier, by and after J. B. Bradel (Barron), £1. 
104 " The Double Disaster " ; " The Pretty Gardener's Daughter " ; " The 

Rival Milliners " ; and two others, all mezzotints, published by Laurie 
and Whittle, and R. Sayer (Hyam & Co.), £1 16s. 

205 "Tippy Bob"; " Palemon and Lavinia " ; "Jemmy's Return"; "The 

Parting of Madelon and La Gloire " ; and three others, all mezzotints, 
published by R. Sayer (Hyam & Co.) £1 10s. 

206 Don Ferdinand, by E. Fisher ; The Banks of the Dee, by P. Dawe, after Mor- 

land ; other mezzotints, published by Laurie & Whittle, etc. (Brail), £1 12s. 

307 Caricatures, by T. Rowlandson, W. Heath, Woodward, and others (17), in 

colours, etc. (Parsons), £1 4s. 

308 Scrap-book containing 170 English and French political and other caricatures, 

by G. Hunt, Woodward, G. and R. Cruikshank, R. Dighton, Phillips, R. 
Cook, Delpech, Villain, Ducarme, Langlume, and others, all in colours 
(Spencer), £10. 

209 Cosway, R., Lady Heathcote, by J. Agar, in colours (W. Sabin), £34 10s. 

210 English Peasants, by A. Cardon, after R. Westall ; others, by F. Bartolozzi : 

etc. (Spencer), 9s. 

211 Charles I and Henrietta Maria, by R. Strange, after Vandyck, a pair (Davis), 

£2 2S. 

212 The Marriage of the Virgin, by G. Longhi, after Raffaelle (Spencer), 3s. 



January 12, 191 1. 153 

213 Brewers and Breweries. Scrapbook containing a collection of views, portraits , 

autograph letters, sketches, book illustrations, etc., relating to the brewing 
and sale of beer, including views of Messrs. Barclay & Perkins' Brewery, 
by and after D. Wolstenholme, aquatint, in colours ; Messrs. Truman , 
Hanbury & Buxton's Brewery, published by J. Moore, aquatint, in colours ; 
The Chiswell Street Brewery, by R. Earlom, after G. Garrard, proof before 
letters ; Messrs Meux & Co.'s Brewery, aquatint, proof before all letters ; 
The Lion Brewery, by G. Hunt, after F. C. Turner, aquatint, in colours 
Portraits of Samuel Whitbread, by W. Ward, after W. Beechey, proof 
before letters ; H. C. Combe, by C. Turner, after J. Opie, open letter proof ; 
Wm. R. H. Brown, by W. Ward, after J. R. Smith, open-letter proof: 
etc. (Tregaskis), £30. 

214 Sporting Anecdotes by and after H. Aiken, set of sixteen, aquatints, in colour? 

(Sabin), £55. 

215 Views in Dublin, by H. Brocas, after S. F. Brocas ; and other Irish Views (14), 

in colours (Panter), £7. 

216 English and Foreign Views, mostly in colours ; 55 in a portfolio (Cara), £1 10s. 

217 The Leicestershire Hunt : " The Death," after J. D. Paul, aquatint, in colours 

(Maggs), £4 16s. 

218 Hunting, set of six on one plate, aquatint, in colours (Sabin), £2 10s. 

219 The celebrated trotting horse" Tom Thumb," by H. Pyall, after F. C. Turner, 

aquatint, in colours (Lulworth), £1 is. 

220 The Grand National, 1839, by J. Harris ; The Cheltenham Annual Grand 

Steeple Chase, by and after C. Hunt; and The Tipperary Hunt, by G. 
Hunt and J. R. Mackrel, after F. C.Turner, a pair, all aquatints, in colours 
(Lee), £3. 

221 " Contemplation," by and after E. Martin, coloured (F. Daniell), £r 12s, 

222 " The Fond Mother," a pair, printed in colours (James), £4 4s. 

223 'The Daughter's Return" ; " Praise," by T. Williamson, after J. Barrow, 

both printed in colours ; etc. (Hyam & Co.), £2 2s. 
234 Portraits (15), by J. Faber, F. Bartolozzi, W. Hollar, J. G. Wille, C. Turner, 
etc. (Wood), £1 17s. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

ETCHINGS, ETC. 

225 Meryon, C, La Pompe Notre Dame, first state (Parsons), £5 5s. 

226 Meryon, C, Le Pont Neuf, third state, before the address of Delattre (Parsons) , 

£1. 

227 Meryon, C, La Morgue, second state (A. D. Hall), £16. 

228 Meryon, C, " Bain-Froid Chevrier " second state (Rimell), 10s. 

229 Lalanne, M., Rue de la Tonnellerie (Moliere's House), remarque proof (Peel), 

£1 is. 

230 From Turner's " Liber Studiorum." Calm, third state (R. Ward), £8. 

231 From Turner's " Liber Studiorum." The Source of the Arvernon, first state 

framed (R. Ward), £10 10s. 

232 From Turner's " Liber Studiorum." Junction of Severn and Wye, first state, 

framed (R. Ward), £10 10s. 

233 Whistler. J. M., Street at Saverne framed (Obach & Co.), £8. 

234 Whistler, J. M., Thames Warehouses, from Thames Tunnel Pier (Obach & Co), 

£5 5S- 



154 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

235 Whistler, J. M., Limehouse (Obach & Co.), £5 10s. 

236 Whistler, J. M., Tyzac, Whiteley & Co. (Obach & Co), £6 6s. 

237 Whistler, J. M., Black Lion Wharf (Pawsey & Payne), £10. 

238 Whistler, J. M., The Pool (Pawsey & Payne), £7 7s. 

239 Whistler, J.M., Thames Police (Obach & Co.), £5 5s. 

240 Whistler, J. M., Rotherhithe (Maggs), £6 15s. 

241 Whistler, J. M., Old Hungerford Bridge (Obach & Co.), £13. 

Other Properties. 

242 Gautier, Lucien, Interior of a stable with sheep, after C. Jacque, remarque 

proof, framed (Salmon), £1 is. 

243 Gautier, Lucien, Exterior of a stable with sheep, after C. Jacque, signed artist's 

proof, framed, (Salmon), £1 is. 

244 Jacquet, Jules, The Battle of Austerlitz, 1805, after Meissonier, J. L. E., 

remarque proof, unframed (Salmon), £1 10s. 
FRAMED ENGRAVINGS. 

245 View of Edinburgh, by J. Caldwell, after A. Callender, aquatint, in colours 

(W. Daniell), £1 6s. 

246 George Washington, whole length, mezzotint, published by J. Hinton (Sabin), 

£41. 

247 Charles James Fox, by S. W. Reynolds, after J. R. Smith (Yeulett), £1 10s. 

248 The Racehorses " Parasol " and " Eleanor," by and after Whessell, a pair, 

printed in colours (Lulworth), £18. 

249 The Royal Fox Hunters, by J. Harris, after F. C. Turner, aquatint, in colours 

(Ackermann), £3 10s. 

250 " The Miller's Mare," by Sutherland, after Aiken, aquatint, in colours ; and 

" Fox Hunting," by L. Truchy, and C. Canot, after T. Wooton (Breun), * 
£2 1 os. 

251 "The Boar Hunt," by R. Earlom, after R. Wilson, proof before letters; 

others by the same ; etc. (Payne), £1 2s. 

252 Caricatures and othe humorous prints, sporting subjects, etc., by various 

English and French artists, including " The Funeral Procession of Miss 
Amcric-Stamp" ; "Route de Poissy," and " Route de St. Cloud" by 
Debucourt, after Vernet, a pair ; and others, 68 in a volume (Spencer), 
£2 17s. 
252* Arundel Society Publications, 4 in colours (Spencer), £1 18s. 

253 Landseer, Sir E., The Marquess of Stafford and the Lady Evelyn, by Samuel 

Cousins, proof before letters on india paper ; Highland Drover's Departure, 
by J. H. Watt, after the same, proof before letters (James), £1 17s. 

254 " Raising the Maypole," by C. W. Sharp, after F. Goodall ; " Going against 

the stream," by H. Robinson, after J. J. Jenkins ; and three others 
(James), 12s. 

255 " The Departure of the Queen and the Royal Squadron from Kingston," by 

C. Mottram, after M. Keudrick ; and key plate of same ; etc. (Spencer), 7s. 

256 " Black-eyed Susan," and " Blouzelind," by W. Dickinson, after H. Buubury, a 

pair (Brail), £3 8s. 

257 " Sculpture" and " Comedy," by M. Bovi, after J. B. Cipriani, a pair ; " Comic 

Readings," by C. Knight, after R. Boyne, a pair (Brail), £1 14s. 

258 Charles Le Brun, by G. Edelinck, after N. de Largeliere ; A Burgomasterof 

Amsterdam, by S. Okey, after F. Hals ; and two others (Parsons), £1 is. 



January 12,1911. 155 

259 Dr. Jenner, by W. Skelton, after Hobday, proof before letters (Maggs), £6 5s. 

260 William Cruikshank, the Surgeon, by W. Say, after G. Stuart, open letter proof ; 

and 7 other portraits, some proofs (Parsons), 18s. 

261 Portraits of scientific men and others (17), some lithographs (Parsons), 5s. 

262 Portraits of celebrated scientific men connected with the Ipswich Museum 

42 lithogr/aphs (Tregaskis), 5s. 

263 Engravings, after Mulready, Eastlake, and other artists (n), all proofs before 

letters (withdrawn). 

264 " Iphigenia's late Procession from Kingston to Bristol," etc., (Brail), 6s. 

265 Old Chinese Drawings of Junks, 3 on rice paper (Taylor), 16s. 

FRAMED ENGRAVINGS. 

266 The Welter Stakes on the 16th June, 1801, after H. B. Chalon, by C. Turner, 

printed in colours (Fores), £4 15s. 

267 A Hunting piece, by D. Lerpiniere, after Wooton (Wood), 15s. 

268 The Royal Mails starting from the General Post Office, by R. G. Reeves, after 

J. Pollard, aquatint, in colours (W. Daniells), £4. 

269 Newmarket Race Course, a set of three, aquatints, in colours (Fores), £4 4s. 

270 Royal Hunt in Windsor Park, by M. Dubourg, after Pollard, aquatint, in 

colours (W. Daniell), £2. 

271 The Extraordinary Steeplechase between Mr. Osbaldeston's " Clasher " and 

Captain Ross's " Clinker," by H. Aiken and E. Duncan, aquatint, in colours 
(Lee), £2 2S. 

272 The First Steeplechase on record, by J. Harris, after H. Aiken, a set of four, 

aquatints, in colours (Parsons), £7 10s. 

273 Charles the First and Henrietta Maria, by P. V. Gunst, after Vandyck, a pair 

(Combe), £1 us. 

274 Chinese Costumes, by a native artist, a set of eight, water-colours (Spencer), £4. 

275 Miss Powell, by J. R. Smith, after W. Peters (Wood), 18s. 

276 Calista, by and after J. R. Smith, aquatint, in colours (F. Daniell), £2. 

277 " Les Baigneuses Champetres," and " Les Amours du Bocage," by Queverdo, 

a pair (Edwards), £7. 

WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

278 Clerc, Le, Girl watering a rose tree, and Girl standing by a plant, weeping 

— a pair, in black and red chalk (Ellis & Smith), £30. 

279 Rowlandson, T, " The Old Beau " (Spencer), £1 4s. 

250 Rowlandson, T, A Moving Scene, unframed (Wheeler), £2 4s. 

251 Rowlandson, T., Landscape with fishermen going out, unframed (Holliday), £3. 

Unframed. 

282 Caffieri, H., Roses, signed and dated 1872 ; J. A. Pasquier, Posting ; Henri 

Foreau, The End of the Day, signed ; Zeiter, Group of girls (Harris), £2. 

283 Pritchett, Clovelly ; W. Collingwood, From Montreux, signed and dated 1885 ; 

H. Anelay, The Lands End, signed ; and two sketches (Harris), £3 5s. 

284 Walters, G. S., Oxwich Marsh, and Boats, both signed and dated 1875 ; and 

four other sketches (Yeulett), £2 12s. 

285 McKewan, D., Furness Abbey ; On the Wye ; and six other sketches (Yeu- 

lett), £ 5 . 

286 Burton, W. P., Views in Damietta (Harris), ns. 

287 Thelwall, Views in Norway (Harris), 15s. 

H 



156 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

288 Chinese Drawing. Sosen : Kakemono, A large Monkey, and a young one 

seated on a rock under a leafy spreading branch, signed Sosen (Harding),£i. 

289 Ibbetson, J., " The Pig Sty," a pair, both signed and framed (Holliday), £6 10s. 

290 Varley, J., The House in which Shakespeare was born (as it was before restora- 

tion) at Stratford-on-Avon, signed, 10 X 13 (Salmon), £1 is. 

291 Romney, G., Italian Scene : Castel del Oro, showing Bay of Naples, ri X i7j 

(Salmon), £1 14s. 

292 Romney, G., Italian Scene : Napoli da Philippo, 9 X 14 (Salmon), £1 15s. 

OIL PAINTINGS. 

293 Sartorius, J. N., 1776, Portrait of Sir Tatton Sykes, signed and dated, 24! X 30 

(Salmon), £15 10s. 

294 Horlor, G. F., Rocky Coast Scenes off Cornwall (2), signed, 9^ X nj (Salmon), 

£4. 

295 Holman, Francis, Lord Hood reviewing the attack which resulted in the 

victory over the Count de Grasse, January, 1782, 384 X 72A, gilt frame. 
(Parsons), £20 10s. 



January 20, 1911. 157 



January 20, 191 1. Puttick & Simpson. 

We have omitted froyn our record of this Sale such Prices as were 
not of sufficient interest. 

The Collection of the late George Scott Miller, Esq., 
of Meopham, Kent. 

In Portfolio. 
4 Catherine Macaulay, by Spilsbury ; Elizabeth, Duchess of Hamilton, by 
R. Houston, and other portraits of ladies — mezzotints (Rimell), £4 5s. 
13 Mr. William Congreve ; John, Earl of Exeter ; Don Carlo, the Earl of Plymouth, 
and Edward, Lord Hinchingbrooke, all by Smith, after Kneller, — mezzotints 
(Green), £2 7s. 6d. 

2 1 Garrick between Tragedy and Comedy, after Reynolds, and an Allegorical oval 

in memory of Garrick, by P. Letten, and one other (Rimell), £1 16s. 

22 " Carolus Wallia?, Princeps," by J. G. Wille, after Toque (Maggs), £1. 

23 Charles I and family, by Massard ; The Earl of Arundel and family ; Sir 

Balthazar Gerbier, by W. Walker, all after Van Dyck, and one other 
(Reader), £2 2s. 

31 " Going to School," after Wheatley, finely printed in colours (Ellis & Smith), 

£37 16s. 

32 " Nymphs Bathing," by Thouvenin, after Careme, and another, after Boucher 

(Parker), £10 10s. 

33 Pastoral scenes, after Westall, a pair, and 3 others, all in colours (Blythe),£2 10s. 
42 "Fishermen going out," and "Return," after Serres ; "Woodcutter and 

Cowboy," after Westall (Samuel), £1. 
50 " The Earthstopper," and companion, by H. Birche, after Stubbs, a pair 

(Barnard), £1 2s. 6d. 
55 Rubens and family, by Watson, after Rubens, etc., mezzotints (Jacobs), 18s. 
*o " A Game Market," " A Fruit Market," and " A Fish Market," by Earlom, 

after Snyders — mezzotints (Hill), £2 7s. 6d. 
61 " A Water Mill," by Earlom, after Hobbema ; " La Caverne," and a proof, both 

after Vernet (Maggs), £3. 
65 " The Rainbow," by Lucas, after Constable, etc. (Reader), £2 5s. 

76 Baxter, The Pictorial Album, containing eleven designs executed in oil colours 

(Castells), £3. 

77 Baxter, " Cader Idris," and 12 others, by Le Blonde (Money), £2 5s. 
7S Baxter, Dr. Moffat, and John Williams (Spencer), £i3s. 

79 Baxter, " Fruit Girl of the Alps," and Lake Lucerne (Jacobs), 17s. 

•80 Baxter, " So Nice " ; " Christmas Time " ; " Daughter of the Regiment," and 

3 others (Hill), £1 4s. 
-81 Baxter, " Paul and Virginia " ; Ben Nevis, and 2 others (Spencer), 17s. 
£2 Baxter, " News from Home " ; " Cleopatra," etc. (5) (Britnell), 16s. 
-83 Baxter, " Belle of the Village," small plate, and " Reconciliation " (Oldham), 

14s. 
-97 " The Hop Pickers," after Vivares ; " Spring," and " Summer," after the same 

(Pollard), £3 10s. 
38 " The Cottage," and " The Herdsmen," by Browne and Mason, a pair ; " The 

Tempest," and " As you Like It," after Cipriani, a pair (Money), £2 2s. 



158 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

99 " The Benevolent Lady," by Morris ; " The Rural Italian's Wedding," by 

Bartolozzi, etc. (Money), £2 2s. 
113 Portrait of Mr. John Shaw, after Dean Wolsteoholme, in colours (Parsons), 10s. 

127 John Raphael Smith, compiled by Julia Frankau. A portfolio containing 

fifty examples of stipple, mezzotints, paintings, and drawings, printed 
in colours, and monochrome, Macmillan, 1902 (Grundy), £10 10s. 

128 John Raphael Smith, his Life and Works, by Julia Frankau, with thirty 

photogravures, Macmillan & Co., 1902, 8vo (Parker), £2. 

129 William Ward, A.R.A., and James Ward, R.A., by Julia Frankau, and a 

portfolio containing forty engravings, in mezzotint and stipple, printed in 
monochrome and colours, Macmillan & Co., 1904 (Grundy), £9 19s. 6d. 

130 William Ward, A.R.A., James Ward, R.A., their Lives and Works, by Julia 

Frankau, with thirty photogravures, Macmillan & Co., 1904 (Parsons), £2 2s. 

BAXTER OIL PRINTS. 

142 Windsor Castle and Royal Family, and " Wedding Day " (Hill), 5s. 

143 " The Bride," and two others (Hill), 8s. 

144 " Holy Family " (Jacobs), 5s. 

145 " Morning Call " ; " Harvest Time," and two others (Spencer), £2 7s. 6d. 

146 Windsor ; Crystal Palace ; Menai Bridge, and two others (Jacobs), 5s. 

PAINTING. 
148 Portrait of a lady, and another (G. Wilson), £2 10s. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

ETCHINGS BY OLD MASTERS. 

In Port/olio. 

154 Diirer, A., " Saint Hubert " ; " Christ bearing the Cross " ; " St. George and 

the Dragon," and " Adam and Eve " (2) (Falkner), £1 16s. 

155 Diirer, A., " Die Kleine Fortuna," etc. (16) (Reader), £1. 

156 Diirer, A., " The Passion," various plates (35) (Miles), £r 165. 

157 Diirer, A., Woodcuts (25) (Reader), 18s. 

158 Goltzius, The Masterpieces (5) (Baines), 16s. 

185 Rembrandt, "Circumcision"; "Crucifixion"; "St. Stephen" (Baines),. 

£2 4 s. 

186 Rembrandt, " Angel appearing to the Shepherds " ; " Crucifixion " ; " St. 

Peter and St. John at the Temple " (Baines), £1 2s. 

187 Rembrandt, Portrait of ; Six female heads on one plate ; and another (Baines), 

188 Rembrandt, " Menasseh ben Israel " ; J. van der Linden, etc. (4) (Baines), 

ns. 

Various Properties. 

233 Miss Rose in characters of " Tom Thumb," by Fisher, after Berridge, fine- 

impression, mezzotint (Maggs), £5 5s. 

234 Nelly O'Brien, by Phillips, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint (Parsons), 

£2 2S. 

235 Jane, daughter of Lord Wenman, by Boydell, after Van Dyck, and Lady in a 

flowered dress, by Houston — mezzotints (Reader), £1 18s. 



January 20, 191 1. 159 



237 " Aute de L'Amitie," after Boucher, in red, and " Venus and Cupids " (Parker), 

£2 7s. 6d. 

238 " La Belle Cuisiniere," by Aveline, after Boucher ; " Le Malheur Imprevu 

Line" by de Launay, after Greuze, etc. (4) (Parsons), £2 ros. 

239 " Girls' bathing," by De Larmessin, after Lancret ; " Le Concert Russien line," 

by Gailland, after Le Prince, and another line engraving (Parsons), £ r 10s. 
250 " The Flight into Egypt," by Bartolozzi, after Lister ; " Spirit of a child," 

after Peters, and three others, stipples, printed in colours (Vaughan), £5 5s. 
25 r " Venus," a pair of stipples, by Cipriani, after Richter, finely printed in colours 

(Theobald), £4. 

252 " Lady Time Present," and " Lady Time Past," mezzotint ; " Domestic 

Employment," stipple in red, by Ryland, and another stipple (Brace), £2 5s. 

253 " Starting home from the Fair," and " Swarming the bees," a pair of stipples 

(Vaughan), £3 17s. 6d. 
255 Portrait of a lady as " Hebe," stipple, finely printed in colours (F. Daniell), £6. 
257 America : Emblematic print on glass, with portrait of Washington, in colours, 

frames (H. Stevens), £2 6s. 

273 " My Shoe," by A. Buck, printed in colours (Holloway), £1 10s. 

274 " The Strawberry Gatherer," a pair, by A. Fogg, after W. Hamilton (Brace), 

£1 is. 

275 " Education," by W. Bond, after Singleton, fine (Parker), £1 is. 

282 Morland's " Cottager," by Williamson, after Morland, finely printed in 
colours (Parker), £2 17s. 6d. 

287 Coaching : " Mail Coach in a flood," and " Mail Coach in a thunderstorm," 
a pair, fine old impressions, in colours (Parker), £1 17s. 6d. 

289 " Henry and Emma," and " The Parting of Hotspur and Lady Percy," by 
W. Dickinson, after Bunbury, a fine pair, in brown ( ), £1 6s. 

293 Mrs. Darner, by Schiavonetti, after Cosway, fine proof (Vaughan), £1 10s. 

296 " Fruits of Early Industry," and companion, by Ward, after Morland — mezzo- 
tints, a pair (Grave), £2 10s. 

298 Duchess of Ancaster as " Meditation," by W. Ward, and the same by Houston, 
and one other (Vaughan), £3 12s. 6d. 

301 " Guardian Angels," by Bartolozzi, proof (Vaughan), £1 4s. 

302 " The Happy Family," by Dean, after Morland, mezzotint (Parker), £2 17s. 6d. 

308 Hon. Miss Bingham, by Bartolozzi, after Reynolds, in colours (Veulett), £1 8s. 

309 " St. Giles' Beauty," and " St. James' Beauty," after Benwell — ovals, in 

colours (Graves), £1 10s. 

310 " Sappho inspired by Love," by Facius, after Kauffman, engraver's proof 

(Vaughan), £1 12s. 6d. 

312 " La Nimphe Indifferente," by Dickinson, after Reynolds, and " Fidelity," 

by Freeman and Stadler, after Villers, in colours (W. Sabin), £5 7s. 6d. 

313 " Andromache," after Kauffman, in colours, and " Pleasures of Retirement," 

after Morland (Lush), £2 17s. 6d. 

314 Marchioness of Wharton, by R. Earlom ; Duke of Portland, by Murphy, and 

one other (Blythe), £1 4$. 

Framed. 
334 " Psyche," by J. H. Meyer, after John Hoppner, finely printed in colours 

(W. Sabin), £130. 
343 Hon. Mrs. Bouverie and child, by J. Watson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 

mezzotint (White), £4 12s. 6d. 
346 Baxter, "The Parting Look" (Williams), £3 10s. 



160 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

347 Baxter, " Love's Letter Box " (Macnamara), £i 12s. 6d. 

348 Baxter, " The Ordinance of Baptism " (Macnamara), £1 2s. 

349 Baxter, " News from Australia," and companion, and " Me warm now '* 

(Macnamara), £2 5s. 

350 Baxter, " Charge of the British Troops on Windlesham " ; " The First 

Lesson," and Exterior of the Great Exhibition (Lindow), £2 5s. 

ARUNDEL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS. 

Framed. 

351 Gozzoli, B., " Groups of Angels adoring," first and second portions (Spencer), 

£2 2S. 

352 Gozzoli, B., " St. Augustine lecturing," and five others (Spencer), £2 12s. 6d. 

353 Raphael, " St. Peter delivered from prison " ; " Poetry," and " Philosophy " 

(Joseph), £2 5 = 



January 21, 191 1. 



January 21, 1911. Christie's. 

A portion of the remaining Works of the late Frank 
Dillon, R.I., of Upper Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, W. 

DRAWINGS. 

In White Mounts. 

1 St. Jeremiah, Venice ; and a View in Bavaria (Leger), £2. 

2 Sunset on the Nile ; and A Lap at Tromsoe (Drake), 15s. 

3 The Midnight Sun, Norway, a pair — 6£Xg£ (Lister), 10s. 6d. 

4 Damemel, Upper Egypt; and Palermo (Leger), £2 10s. 

5 Cannes ; and A Village Cafe on the Nile (Shepherd), £2. 

6 Benisooef on the Nile ; Shiekh Abama on the Nile : and Kabelvaag, Norway 

(Drake), £1 15s. 

7 Isola di San Giuglio, Lago d'Orta ; and Savona (Leger), £2 10s. 

8 Mosque of D. Jema, Assiout ; A Doum Palm ; and Funchal, Madeira (Shep- 

herd), £3 1 os. 

9 Palm-Trees ; Mosque of Jamel Amor ; and Mosque of Kaid Bey (Shepherd), 

£2 15s. 

10 Turkish Bazaar, Cairo ; and Palermo, Sicily (Drake), £2 5s. 

n Outskirts of Cairo ; and Island of San Giorgio (Leger), £1 10s. 

12 Trondhjem, Norway ; and Drachenfels (Parker), £1 6s. 

13 Ismailia ; and Kirkvaag Loffoden, Norway (Drake), 16s. 

14 Palace of Theodoric, Ravenna ; and Raduan Bey (Shepherd), £3 15s. 

15 Tomb of Dante, Ravenna ; and Assiout (Shepherd), £4 5s. 

16 Moorish Tombs, Tetuan ; and A Cemetery during the Feast of Bairam (Shep- 

herd), £1 2S. 

17 Tombs of the Caliphs, Cairo (Shepherd), £2. 

18 Moorish Tombs, Tetuan; and Sierra Nevada from the Alhambra (Drake), 

£1 as. 

19 Monaco, Italy ; and Fondac, Tetuan, Morocco (Shepherd), £1 10s. 

20 The Citadel, Cairo ; and The "Gate of Victory," Cairo, a pair — nJX2oi 

(Leger), £5 10s. 

21 Granada from the Alhambra ; and Path at the back of the Alhambra (Leger), 

jf2 2S. 

22 Ducal Palace, Venice, 14^X22^ (Leger), £2. 

In Gold Mounts. 

23 The Sphinx ; Town overlooking a river ; and Eastern buildings and figures- 

(Shepherd), £2. 

24 Entrance to the Market-Place, Tangier ; and Interior of Chateau de Bruget, 

Ardeche (Shepherd), £3. 

25 Minehead, Somerset ; and " Hagar and Ishmael," (Leger), £1 15s. 

26 Emigrants on the Nile ; and Coast scene, Clovelly (Leger), £3. 

27 Tombs of the Caliph, 13^X21^ (Drake), £1 16s. 

28 Clovelly, 15X21$ (Leger), £3 10s. 

29 Ruined Suburb of Tetuan, 15JX22J (Parker), £2 5s. 

30 Jedburgh Castle, 1890, 17JX31} (H. Harris), £4 10s. 

31 The Pyramids, Egypt 25 X41J (Parker), £3. 



1 62 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

32 Cochem on the Moselle, 18JX30 (Newman), £1 10s. 

33 Island of Phils, before the destruction by the Great Dam, 18A X 29J (Newman), 

£2 5s. 

PICTURES. 

34 Iris Fimbria ta, Japan ; Isola Piscatore, Lago Maggiore ; and Meatchard Rock' 

Boscastle (Parker), £1 15s. 

35 Stonehenge ; Meatchard Rock from Boscastle, Cornwall ; and View in the 

Schnalzerthal Tyrol (Smith), £2 10s. 

36 A Scarecrow in the Rice-Fields, Japan ; and Sunset, Upper Egypt, a pair — 

n£Xi8£ (Drake), £1 5s. 

37 Scene in Cornwall ; and Castelbel, Tyrol, a pair — io$Xi8£ (Parker), 18s. 

38 The Pyramids from the Island of Rhoda ; and Sunset, Lisbon, a pair — I3JX27£ 

(Newman), £3 10s. 

39 " Festival of the Cherry-Blossoms, " Osaka, Japan, T7X30 (Shepherd), £3 10s. 

40 The Sacred Pool, Karnac, Thebes, i7jX28i (Newman), £2. 

41 Crocodiles on the Nile, 1905, 21^X35 J (Butterworth), £1 2s. 

42 East Cliff, Hastings, from the sands, 21X35J (Leger), £2 5s. 

43 A Pergola near Amalphi, 21X35J (Misell, jun.), £1 is. 

44 The Sphinx at Midnight, 25X38 (Lehmann), £1 15s. 

45 Temple of Isis, Egypt, 25X39 1 (Newman), £1 8s. 

46 Entrance to the Great Hall, Karnac, 24JX39J (Grose), £1 2s. 

47 A Sakeya, or Water-wheel, for Irrigation, Egypt, 23 X 40 (Butterworth), £1 10s. 

48 The Romsdal, Norway, 27x44 (Grose), £1 2s. 

49 " Fugi-yama," the sacred mountain of Japan, 24X44 (Butterworth), £1 6s. 

50 Ribeiro-Brava, Madeira, 26X42 (Parker), £1 15s. 

51 Vesuvius from the Island of Ischia, 1907, 24X44 (Newman), £1. 

52 The "Dent Blanche" and the " Trois-Dents," Evolena, Canton Vallais, 

30x50 (Lehmann), £3 5s. 

53 Castle of Balem, Lisbon, 29X50 (Parker), £3 10s. 

54 Hastings from the East, 28x51 (Parker), £2 5s. 

55 Rialto, Venice, 29X50J (Newman), £4 14s. 6d. 

55 " Festival of the Cherry-Blossom," Japan, 25JX43 (Lister), £5 5s. 

57 The Colossal Pair, Thebes, 30X50J (Butterworth), £1 8s. 

58 Tetuan from the Cemetery, Morocco, 31X52^ (Parker), £2 10s. 

59 Hypethral Temple, Phila3, 31X52I (Newman), £2 15s. 

60 Tombs of the Caliphs, Cairo, 31X524 (Butterworth), £1 10s. 

61 Boscastle, Cornwall, 1892, 31X52^ (Godfrey), £2. 

62 The Pyramids at Sunrise, 32^X60 (Butterworth), £1 15s. 

63 " The Last Journey," Egypt, 294x53 (Butterworth), £2 5s. 

64 Approach to the First Cataract of the Nile, 30x50 (Richardson), £2 2s. 

65 Boatmen at Prayer, Cairo, 31X524 (Mitchell), £2 12s. 6d. 

66 Old Roman Mole, Egypt, 344x60 (Mitchell), £2 10s. 

67 Pylon at the end of the Eastern Dromos, Karnac, Thebes, 344x60 (Nash), 

£1 us. 6d. 

68 Lotos-Pool, near Yokohama, Japan, 354x60 (Parker), £2 2s. 

69 Old Roman Mole, Assouan, Egypt, 35X59 (Lister), £1 us. 6d. 

70 Dogana and the Island of San Giorgio, Venice, 344x60 (Mitchell), £5 15s. 

71 Date-Harvest, Egypt, 434x714 (Pawsey and Payne), £2 15s. 



January 21, igii. 163 

Works by other Artists. 

DRAWINGS. 

In the Folio, 
yz Collius, W., R.A., Four Studies of Landscape, and Studies at Seville and 
Granada, by J. F. Lewis, R.A. (Brown and Phillips), 10s. 

73 Holland, J., Views in Venice, Bray, &c. (Shepherd), £6 16s. 6d. 

74 Johnson, H., The Lake of Geneva ; Apollo and the Muses, by T. Stothard, 

R.A. ; &c. (Parsons), 10s. 6d. 

75 Miiller, W., A Peasant, Xanthus ; and studies of figures (Godfrey), 15s. 

76 Prout, S., Studies in figures, boats, &c. — fifty-four on fourteen mounts (Palser), 

£2 15s. 

77 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Studies of shipping at Dover (Shepherd), £5 5s. 

78 Williams, Penry, Italian figures — four on two mounts (Lister), 10s. 

Framed. 

79 Cotman, J. S., Tower of Achinkow, monochrome — 8| X 12& (Shepherd), £2 15s. 

80 Cotman, J. S., River running through a gorge, monochrome — 13JX18J (Shep- 

herd), £11 ns. 

81 Cozens, J. (after), Falls of Reichenbach, by J. M. W.Turner, R.A., 9^X14} 

(Shepherd), £10 10s. 

82 Davies, J. Scarlett, Interior of a Church, with figures ; Figures, by W. Etty, 

R.A. — circular ; and Sunset at Sea, by W. Melby (Smith), £7 7s. 

83 Fielding, C, Landscape, with peasant on a winding road, 6JX9J (Leggatt), 

£22 is. 

84 Francia, F., Old Houses on the coast ; Moonlight, by G. Chambers ; and 

A Wreck, Madeira, by Hildebrandt (Shepherd), £1 10s. 

85 Holland, J., 1846, Old Port of Dover, I3JX27 (Leggatt), £8 18s. 6d. 

86 Johnson, Harr}', Landscape, with pine-trees ; and Coast scene (Drake), 12s. 

87 Lewis, J. F., R.A., On the Banks of the Nile ; and A Well by the Nile (Carfax), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

88 Lewis, J. F., R.A., Spanish Bull-fighters ; Andalusiau Peasant on horseback ; 

and A Monk (Shepherd), £2 5s. 
S9 Miiller, W., Egyptian Fellah ; and Xantheon Hunter (Shepherd), £2 15s. 
PICTURES. 

90 Gerome, Z. L., Bab-el-Naer, Cairo, 9X13 (Leggatt), £2 2s. 

91 Lundgren, E., " Reading the Dispatch," 31X57 (Shepherd), £2 12s. 6d. 

Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

92 Goodwin, A., Sunset on the coast, 5f X6£ (withdrawn). 

93 Cox, D., A Church in Lancashire, 9^x6* (withdrawn). 

94 Dodgson, G., Entrance to the Chapel of St. John the Baptist, Westminster 

Abbey, 12^X9 (withdrawn). 

95 Foster, Birket, "The Village Tree," 7$xio£ (Perkins), £115 10s. 

96 Etty, W., R.A., Nymphs and a swan, 15 — circular (Leeds), £8 8s. 

97 Millet, J. F., Peasant-Woman and child by the wayside, pastel — i6}Xi4 

(Everitt), £10 10s. 

98 Spiers, B. W., "Curiosities of Literature," a pair — 12X18 (Amor), £9 9s. 

99 Constable, J., R.A., Dunham Reach ; and Sorwell, black and white (Leggatt), 

£2 125. 6d. 



164 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

ioo Gainsborough, T., R.A., Landscape, with a peasant-woman and sheep, Indian- 
ink and wash — 10X94 (Shepherd), £8 8s. 

101 Brown, T. Austen, A.R.S.A., " Twilight," 13X164 (Hayter), £3 13s. 6d. 

102 Hapemans, J. W., Fishing-boats, Scheveningen, 43X33 (Port), £1 us. 6d. 

103 Hunn, Tom, Cookham-on-Thames, 19x29! (Mitchel), £5 153. 6d. 

104 Paton, Wller, R.S.A., 1854, Sands at Elie, Fifeshire, 9X13$ (Purdie), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

105 Pilsbury, Wilmot, 1881, Near Ross, Herefordshire, 9JX15} (Sampson), £2 2s. 

106 Rivers, Leopold, Near Loughton, Epping Forest, 11X15 (Sampson), £2 2s. 

107 Steeple, J. ,1878, " Ebb Tide on Hastings Sands," 94 x i74(Leggas).;£i us. 6d. 

108 Hume, R., 1889, Wimbledon Common, November morning, 214x30 (Port), 

£1 is. 

PICTURES. 

109 Hume, R., 1894, " Sunset on Wimbledon," njx 17J (Greenstreet), £1 is. 
no Aikman, G., A.R.S.A., Near Warkworth, 18X33 (Wallis), £2 12s. 6d. 

in Noble, R., R.S.A., "Evening on the River," 35X28 (Wallis), £2 13s. 6d. 

112 Little, R., Oranges ; and Landscape, with castle and horseman, sepia drawing: 

(Carfax), 10s. 6d. 

113 Bedini, P., " The Convent Garden," panel — 13 x 17 (Bateman), £7 17s. 6d. 

114 Thomson, J. W., Dutch River scene, with castle and boats, 36x50 (Knowles), 

£2 2S. 

115 Hiolin, E. N., Bathers, 164x10 (White), £2 as. 

116 Frith, W. P., R.A., Eliza Cook, the Poetess, 154x114 (Boyle), £3 13s. 6d. 

117 Goodall, F., R.A., 1858, "Feeding sheep in the Desert," 9X234 (Sampson), 

j£4 4S- 

118 Hardy, T. B., 1876, Scheveningen Beach, 134x94 (Sampson), £2 2s. 

119 Aumonier, J., 1878, "Sunset"; and Landscape, with cottages, figures, and 

donkeys (Bright), £2 12s. 6d. 

120 Perman, L. E., " Roses," 17X21+, (Willis), £3 3s. 

121 Knight, J. Buxton, River scenes, with boats, a pair — 7JX9J (Gooden and Fox),. 

£26 5s. 

122 Knight, J. Buxton, "At Rest," 8JX11 (Gooden and Fox), £19 19s. 

123 Knight, J. Buxton, Park scene, with two figures, panel — 12x6+, (Gooden and 

Fox), £21. 

124 Knight, J. Buxton, Water-Meadows, 8£Xn (Sampson), £10 10s. 

125 Knight, J. Buxton, In Hampshire, 7kXgi (Sampson), £7 7s. 

126 Cotman, J. S., St. Benet's Abbey, Norfolk, 234x27} (White), £18 18s. 

127 Peters, P. F., Old German Castle, 324x41 (Levy), £1 ns. 6d. 

128 Horsley, J. C, R.A., " The Pet Bird," 13! X 11 J (Sampson), £ 6 6s. 

129 Cotman, J. S., On the Norfolk coast, 244x35, Burlington House, 1875, (Shep- 

herd), £54 12s. 

130 Hancock, C, i860, Sheep in a shed, 11X174 (Lister), £3 3s. 

131 Hughes, Arthur, A Flemish wedding, 33X44 (Sampson), £18 18s. 

132 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., The Artist, in a landscape, holding a gun, 284x17 

(Leger), £3 3s. 

133 King, Yeend, The Mill-Stream, panel — 174x134 (Hope), £7 7s. 

134 Bates, David, 1880, Near Dolwyddelen Castle, 134x204 (Laurence), £4 14s. 6d 

135 Brown, W. Beattie, R.S.A., 1908, Glencoe, river in spate, 334X474 (Richard- 

son), £48 6s. 

136 Norwich School, Woody landscape, 22X29 (Wallis), £29 8s. 



January 21, 1911. 165.. 

137 Vernon, Emile, " The Sweetest Flower," 234x19! (Amor), £11 us. 

138 Goodall, F., R.A., 1891, Isles of Loch Lomond, 594x95, R.A. 1891 (Sampson), 

£15 15s. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

PICTURES. 

139 Henner, J. J., Head of a girl, 17X12 (Wallis), £48 6s. 

140 Holland, J., 1853, The Dogana da Mare, Venice, 12$ — circular (Wallis), £16 16s. 

141 Mliller, W., 1839, River scene, 33X52 (Richardson), £65 2s. 

142 Strudwick, J. M., 1879, " Apollo and Marsyas," 40x64 (Mitchell), £157 10s. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

143 Allingham, H., The Campanile, Toscello, 14XS4 (Sampson), £3 3s. 

144 Butler, Mildred A., 1896, Cattle in a pasture, 84 X 10J (Graves), £4 14s. 6d. 

145 Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1868-9, Barges at the mouth of a river ; and The Ship- 

wreck, a pair — 94 X 13^ (Wallis), £5 15s. 6d. 

146 Fripp, G. A., 1865, Weybridge, canal scene, 13IX19I (Pawsey and Payne), 

£11 us. 

147 Owen, S., Coast scene, 8JX6J (Smith), £6 16s. 6d. 

148 Palmer, H. Sutton, 1884, below Arundel Castle, Sussex, 10x144 (Leger),. 

£7 17s. 6d. 

149 Prout, S., Views in Foreign Towns, a pair — 7jXio4 (Leggatt), £22 is. 

150 Tayler, F., " Waiting for Master," 14X184 (Vicars), £4 14s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

151 Creswick, T., R.A., "The Stepping-Stones," 474x354 (Smith), £19 19s. 
15a Grace, J. E., " Relic of the Past," 32X66 (Robertson), £6 6s. 

153 Grace, J. E., Water-Meadows, 114x304 (Graves), £16 16s. 

154 Horsley, J. C, R.A., 1876, "Under Lock and Key," 19X144 (Sampson),.. 

£25 4s. 

155 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., " In the Dog-Days," 174x284 (Sampson), £26 5s. 

156 Webb, J., "The Shipwreck," 35X58 (Lister), £18 iSs. 

157 White, J., 1882, "The Swing," 354x23 (Sampson), £3 3s. 



166 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

January 24, 191 1. Christies. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

Un/ramed. 

1 Mr. Antrobus, after Lawrence, by G. Clint; and the same (another plate), 

after and by the same — proofs, from Sir T. Lawrence's Collection (Davis), 
10s. 

2 Sir John Aubrey, after Reynolds, by J. Jones — open letter proof ; and Joseph 

Gulston, after Hamilton, by J. Watson (Robson), £2 10s. 

3 Lord Bagot, after Hoppner, by G. Clint — first state, before any letters (Par- 

sons), £2 15s. 

4 Mrs. Bunbury, after Reynolds, by J. Watson (Maggs), £3 13s. 6d. 

5 Rt. Hon. G. Canning, after Stewardson, by W. Ward — open letter proof 

(Maggs), 5s. 

6 William Cavendish, after G. Sanders, by H. Meyer — proof before any letters 

(Maggs), £S 18s. 6d. 

7 The Duke of Clarence, after Hoppner, by C. Hodges — first state, before any 

letters (Ellis and Smith), £1 10s. 

8 John Wilson Croker, after Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A. — proof before letters 

(Leggatt), £1 is. 

9 Thomas, Lord Dundas ; Rt. Hon. John McMahon ; and Mr. Morgan (proof), 

after Lawrence, by C. Turner (Parsons), £3 3s. 

10 The Earl of Egremont, after Phillips, by S. W. Reynolds — proof ; Sir R. 

Curtis, after M. Brown, by the same ; and another (Parker), £1. 

11 Hon. Thomas Erskine, after Reynolds, by J. Jones (Rimell), £6 6s. 

12 Rt. Hon. Charles Grey, after Lawrence, by W. Dickinson — open letter proof 

(Vaughan), £3 15s. 

13 Earl Grosvenor, after Hoppner, by J. Young ; Henry Thornton ; and James 

Buller, after the same (Parsons), £1 is. 

14 Sir Henry Halford ; Sir Thomas Le Breton ; and Mr. Rons, after Lawrence, 

by C. Turner — proofs (Rimell), £2 10s. 

15 Sir W. Hamilton — proof ; and three other small plates, after Reynolds, by 

S. W. Reynolds (Parsons), 5s. 

16 James Heath, after L. F. Abbott, by J. R. Smith — open letter proof (Ellis and 

Smith), £7 17s. 6d. 

17 Master Herbert as " Bacchus," after Reynolds, by J. R. Smith — proof (Leg- 

gatt), £8 1 8s. 6d. 

18 Colonel John Hope, of Craighill, after Hoppner, by J. Young (Parker), £4. 

19 Edmund Kean as " Richard III.," after Halls, by C. Turner ; and G. F. 

Cooke, as " Iago," after J. Green (Rimell), £1 2s. 

20 Lady Lyndhurst, after Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A. (Robson), £1 18s. 

21 George, Duke of Manchester, after G. Stuart, by J. Jones (Dunthorne), £2 10s. 

22 and 23 Viscount Melville, after Lawrence, by C. Turner — proof before any 

letters ; the same — proof before title ; and Lord Mulgrave, after the 
same — proof before any letters (Dundas), £6. 

24 The Earl of Moira, after Reynolds, by J. Jones (Dunthorne), £7 7s. 

25 Henry, Duke of Newcastle, after Lawrence, by C. Turner — first published 

state ; and Lord Lynedoch, after the same, by Hodgetts (Parker), £4. 



January 24, 191 1. 167 



26 John Oxley Parker, after Owen, by S. W. Reynolds; Hon. J. Agar Ellis, 

after Jackson, by W. Ward ; and two others (Vaughan), £3 15s. 

27 Rt. Hon. William Pitt, after Lawrence, by C. Turner — open letter proof (Dun- 

das), £6 16s. 6d. 

28 and 29 William Plumer, after Lawrence, by C. Turner ; and Edmund Yates, 

after Lonsdale, by the same — proof before any letters ; Sir Charles Maurice 
Pole, after Beechey, by W. Say — proof before any letters ; Sir William 
Staines, after and by the same ; and two others (Rimell), £2. 

30 The Duke of Portland and his brother, after B. West, by J. R. Smith ; and 

two others (Breun), £3 15s. 

31 Charles, Duke of Richmond, after Romney, by J. Watson — first state (Ellis 

and Smith), £4 5s. 

32 The Marquess of Rockingham, after Reynolds, by E. Fisher — proof before any 

letters (Maggs), £8 8s. 

33 Rachel, Countess of Southampton, after Van Dyck, by J. McArdell (Rimell), 

34 Andrew Stewart, after Reynolds, by T. Watson ; and Mr. Tomkins, after the 

same, by C. Turner — -first state (Agnew), £6 16s. 6d. 

35 General James Stuart, after Romney, by C. Hodges (Dunthorne), £8 8s. 

36 Lord de Tabley, whole-length — proof before any letters (Davis), £1 10s. 

37 Earl Temple, after Reynolds, by W. Dickinson — second state (Leggatt), £2 53. 

38 George, Prince of Wales — proof ; the Prince of Denmark ; and William Dol- 

ben, after Kneller, by J. Smith ; and two others (Allen), £2. 

39 Richard, Marquess Wellesley, after Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A. — proof be- 

iore letters (Leggatt), £4 153. 

40 Lady Philadelphia Wharton, after Van Dyck, by R. Dunkarton — first state 

(Colnaghi and Co.), £2 as. 

41 Marchioness of Wharton, after Lely, by R. Earlom (Colnaghi and Co.), 

£1 us. 6d. 

42 Rt. Hon. W. Windham, after Lawrence, by S. W. Reynolds — engraver's proof ; 

the Earl of Lonsdale, after the same, by Meyer (Breun), 10s. 

43 " Crazy Kate," after Barker, by T. Burke — printed in colours (Agnew) , 

£6 16s. 6d. 

44 Heron and Spaniel ; Vulture and Snake, after Northcote, by S. W. Reynolds — 

a pair ; and "The Blind Beggar," after Owen, by W. Ward (Lee), £1 is. 
Framed. 

45 " The Strangers at Home," after G. Morland, by W. Nutter ; and " The 

Tomb," after the same, by J. Dean (Parsons), £2. 

46 " The Fruits of Early Industry " ; and companion, after the same, by W. 

Ward — a pair (Maggs), £7 7s. 

47 "The History of Laetitia," after the same, by J. R. Smith — a series of six 

plates, in bistre (Lee), £20 9s. 6d. 

48 and 49 " Morning, or The Higglers preparing for Market " ; and compan- 

ion, after the same, by D. Orme — a pair ; " The Barn Door," after the 
same, by W. Ward ; and " Stable Amusement," after and by the 
same (Lindo), £5 15s. 6d. 

50 " Hebe," after Huet Villiers, by C. Turner — second state (Leggatt), £5 5s. 

51 "A School," after Opie, by V. Green; and Joseph and John Gulston, after 

Cotes, by the same (Allen), £4 15s. 

52 " Children relieving a beggar boy," after Beechey, by C. Wilkin (Magg?) 

£12 12s. 



168 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

53 Countess of Pembroke and son, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Dixon ; Mrs. 

Frederick, after Hamilton, by R. Laurie (Allen), £i 8s. 

54 Kew Gardens, after J. R. Smith (Pollard), £5 5s. 

55 " The Little Cottager," after Gainsborough, by C. Turner — printed in colours 

(W. Sabin), £22 is. 

56 " The Warrener," after De Koster, by W. Nutter — printed in colours (Browne), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

57 "Madonna and Child," after Murillo, by W. Say — printed in colours, proof 

before all letters (Browne), £16 16s. 

58 "The Adoration of the Shepherds," after Westall, by Gillbauk — printed in 

colours (Pilis), £1 is. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

50 Frances, Lady Bridges, after Cotes, by J. Watson — first state (Moore), £29 8s. 

60 Reynolds, Sir J., "Simplicity" (Miss Gwatkin), stipple by F. Bartolozzi 

(Allen), £1 us. 6d. 

61 Reynolds, Sir J., Mrs. Morris, by J. R. Smith (White), £2 12s. 6d. 

•62 Reynolds, Sir J., Miss Polly Kennedy, by T. Watson — first state (Agnew), 
£37 16s. 

63 Reynolds, Sir J., Hon. Miss Moncton, by J. Jacobe (W. Sabin), £35 14s. 

64 Reynolds, Sir J., Hon. Mrs. Tollemache, by J. Jones (Rimell), £11 us. 

65 Reynolds, Sir J., The Duchess of Rutland, by V. Green (Maggs), £13 13s. 

The Property of Lord Ronald Gower, who is giving up 
his residence, Hammerfield, Penshurst, Kent. 

66 Portraits of G. Couston; C. L. Vernet ; P. J. Mariette ; and C. de Brosses, 

after Cochin ; Louis XV, after Rigaud ; and four others (Chapman), 

£3 3 s - 

67 Tickets for a " Bal Pare a Versailles" (2) ; Interiors, after Chardin (2) ; and 

five others (Pollard), £11 us. 

68 A Watermill ; and companion, after Boucher, by Laurent (2) ; La Chappelle 

at Versailles ; " L' Amour au Theatre Francois, " after Watteau ; and 
another after the same (Rimell), £7 7s. 

69 Louis XV, after Van Loo, by Larmessin (2) ; The Dauphin, after Tocque, 

by the same ; and two others (N. Davis), £9 9s. 

70 Ball at Rheims, 28th August, 1765 ; and companion, after Van Blarenberghe 

and Moreau, by Varin ; and the Confirmation of Louis XVI, at Rheims, 
after Girault, by J. M. Moreau (Pollard), £21. 

71 Fetes given to the King and Queen at Paris, January, 1782 — a pair, by and 

after J. M. Moreau ; Vue de la Plaine des Sablons, after the same ; a 
Revue, after Le Paon ; and one other (Pollard), £7 7s. 

72 Louis XIV, by Nanteuil ; Allegorical Piece on the Death of the Wife of Spran- 

geri, by Sadeler ; and Louis de Bourbon, after Rigaud, by Drevet (Maggs), 
£6 1 6s. 6d. 

73 Decoration du Bal Masque at Versailles, 1745, after and by Cochin ; and the 

companion — proof before all letters (Pollard), £23 2s. 

74 " Le Souper Fin," after Moreau, by Helman ; and " Le Rendezvous pour 

Marly," after the same, by Guttenberg — a pair (Maggs), £5 5s. 



January 24, 191 1. 169 

75 "The Knitting Girl asleep," after Greuze, by Jardinier ; Girl with shuttle- 

cock, after Chardin ; Lepicie ; and La Fontaine, after Chardin, by Cochin 
(Gibson), £6 6s. 

76 An Equestrian battlepiece, after L. da Vinci, by Edelinck — proof before letters 

(Allen), £1 is. 

77 The children of Charles I, after Van Dyck ; Pope Clement the Ninth, after 

Maratti ; and seven others (Campbell), £4 4s. 

78 Lord Heathfield, after Sir J. Reynolds, by Earlom ; and two others (Colnaghi), 

£28. 

79 Lady Gower and child, after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins — engraver's proof 

touched by the artist (Davis), £63. 

80 A Flower piece, after Van Huysum, by Earlom ; and Queen Charlotte, after 

Gainsborough, by G. Dupont (Parsons), £4 4s. 
•8i "The Fortune Teller"; and "The Mask," after Sir J. Reynolds, by C. 
Turner— a pair ; and one other (Pollard), £5 5s. 

Other Properties. 

Unf ranted. 

■82 Shipping subjects, after N. Pocock, by Bennett, Stadler, Chesharn, etc. — 
coloured aquatints (Pollard), £47 5s. 

83 The " Hebrus" and " L'Etoile," after the same, by R. Havell : and H.M.S. 
" Java" and the "American Constitution," a series of four plates after 
the same, by R. and D. Havell — coloured aquatints (Parsons), £19 19s. 

'84 The Danish Line of Defence off Copenhagen ; and the Destruction of same 
by Lord Nelson, after N. Pocock, by R. Pollard ; and Naval Engage- 
ments (a pair), after and by the same — coloured aquatints (Maggs), £17 17s. 

-85 Naval Engagements, after and by the same — coloured aquatints (Maggs), 
£u 2S- 

86 Wreck of an East Indiaman ; and two others, after and by the same — coloured 

aquatints ; and Engagements with the French, after the same, by Chesham 
and Pollard (3) (Rimell), £7 7s. 

87 Rt. Hon. Geo. Canning, after Stewardson, by W. Ward — first state (Browne), 

£1 is. 

88 David Hartley, after G. Romney, by J. Walker (W. Sabin), £3 10s. 

89 A Lady and child, after E. Crewe, by C. White ; and " The Ballad Seller," 

after and by the same — printed in colours on satin (Pawsey and Payne,) 
£4. 14s. 6d. 

90 " Haymakers" ; and " Rustic Courtship," after and by the same — printed 

in colours on satin (Pawsey and Payne), £5 15s. 6d. 

91 " Petite Laitiere Anglaise," after J. Northcote, by T. Gaugain — finely printed 

in colours (Ellis and Smith), £48 6s. 

92 "The Reconciliation," after F. Wheatley, by J. M. Delatre — finely printed in 

colours (Pilis), £10 10s. 

93 "Christmas Gambols," after Morland, by J. R. Smith; and "Christmas 

Holidays," after and by J. R. Smith — a pair, printed in colours (W. Sabin), 
£225 15s. 

94 " Cupid's Bower," after Westall, by W. Nutter — proof before letters ; and 

Eleanor Gwynn, after Lely, by J. Ogborne — in colours (Parsons), £9 9s. 
Framed. 
■05 "The Sportman's Return," after G. Morland, by W. Ward — proof before the 
title (J. H. Allen), £10 10s. 



170 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



96 "The Warrener" ; aud "The Farmer's Stable," after and by the same 

(Fores), £17 17^ 

97 The Hon. Edward Boscawen, after Sir J. Reynolds, by McArdell — second state 

(Parker), £9 9s. 

98 Catherine Woodhull, after Zoffany, by R. Houston — first state ; and Mrs. 

Braddyll, after Braddyll by W. Ward (Ellis and Smith), £7 7s. 

99 Mrs. Wolff, after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. Cousins, R.A. — proof before the title 

(Blythe), £5 5S. 

100 "Cottage Girl shelling Peas"; and "Gathering Nuts," after Bigg, by 

P. W. Tomkins — in colours, a pair (Browne), £12 12s. 

101 " La Toilette Champetre," and companion, by Freudenberger — a pair ; 

and two others — in colours (Weil), £16 16s. 

102 Lady Hamilton as " Sensibility," after Romney, by Earlom ; and the same 

as " St. Cecilia," after Romney, by Keating (Jacobson), £10 10s. 

103 The Countess of Harrington and children, after Sir J. Reynolds, byBartolozzi 

(Browne), £4 14s. 6d. 

104 A Burgomaster, after F. Hals, by G. Robinson — artist's proof (Blythe), £1 is. 

105 Garrick as " Richard III." after N. Dance, by S. W. Reynolds — open letter 

proof (Williams), £1 is. 

106 Mrs. Pelham feeding chickens, after Sir J. Reynolds, by W. Dickinson (Bush), 

£126. 

107 Lady Caroline Russell, after Sir J. Reynolds, by B. Wilson ; Countess of Essex, 

after the same, by Moor ; aud Miss Muse, by Faber (Lindo), £3 13s. 6d. 

108 Miss Fanny Murray, after H. Morland, by McArdell ; " Domestic Washing," 

after Mercier, by Houston ; and " The Disguise," by Bochman (Under- 
wood), £2 12s. 6d. 

109 and no Lady Townshend, after Van Loo, by Faber ; Mrs. Paulet, by the same ; 

and a Lady after Van der Meyer, by R. Purcell ; Lady Chambers, after Sir 
J. Reynolds, by McArdell ; Rachael Hamilton, after Coses, by J. Watson ; 
and Mrs. Brooks, by Houston (Pawsey and Payne), £8 18s. 6d. 
in Master Basset, after A. Ramsay, by Faber; Bampfylde Moore Carew, after 
Phelps, by the same ; and two others (Crome), £1 10s. 

112 Lady Louisa Manners, after Sir J. Reynolds, by V. Green (Piers), £2 2s. 

113 The Duchess of Rutland, after and by the same (W. Sabin), £43 is. 

114 The Hon. Mrs. Parker, after Sir J. Reynolds, by T. Watson (Dickson), £4 14s. 6d. 

115 John Hunter, after Sir J. Reynolds, by W. Sharp (F. Daniell), £12 12s. 

116 Lord Nelson, after Beechey, by E. Bell (Maggs), £8 18s. 6d. 

117 Nelson's Squadron off the Mouth of the Nile ; and companion, after N. Pocock 

by R. Pollard — -a pair ; and a small Portrait of Nelson — printed in colours 
(Pollard), £21. 

118 "The Woodman," after Barker, by Bartolozzi — in colours; and Boys and 

dogs, after G. Dupont, by H. Birch (Cubitt), £9 19s. 6d. 

119 Mrs. Hale as " Euphrosyne," after Sir J.Reynolds, by J. Watson (Field), 

£19 19s. 

120 The Duchess of Ancaster, after the same, by J. Dixon (Field), £21. 

121 "A False Alarm on the road to Gretna" ; and "One mile from Gretna," 

after Newhouse, by Reeves — printed in colours (Pole), £3 13s. 6d. 

122 The " Blenheim " leaving the Star Hotel, Oxford, after G. Havell, by F. J. 

Havell — printed in colours (Pole), £3 13s. 6d. 

123 Epsom Races, after H. Aiken, by T. Sutherland — a pair, printed in colours 

(Cross), £6 6s. 



January 24, 1911. 171 



124 Epsom Races, after J. Pollard, by Smart and Hunt — a pair, printed in colours 

(Amor), £8 18s. 6d. 

125 Doncaster Races, by and after the same — a pair, in colours (Cross), £9 9s. 

126 " The Olden Time," after Cooper Henderson ; and " Tarrare," after Dolby, 

by T. Sutherland — printed in colours (Cross), £3 10s. 

127 "Approach to Christmas" ; and " A Mail in deep snow," after J. Pollard, 

by G. Hunt — a pair, printed in colours (Ellis and Smith), £10 10s. 

128 " Violante," after Chalon, by W. Ward — proof before any letters; "Escape," 

after Sartorius, by R. Dodds ; and " Fleur-de-Lis," after A. Cooper, by T. 
Lupton (Lee), £11 os. 6d. 

129 " Rosette," after Frankland, by W. Ward : and " Quiz," after H. B. Chalon, 

by the same — proofs before all letters (Ellis and Smith), £30 9s. 

130 Lady Charlotte Greville, after J. Hoppner, by J. Young — printed in colours 

(Maggs), £45 3s. 

131 Facsimiles of drawings, after Boucher, Huet, etc. (Harrison), £44 2s. 

132 "The Fox Chase," after Aiken, junr., by Hunt — a set of four, printed in 

colours (Maggs), £2 10s. 

133 The Royal Procession in St. Paul's, St. George's Day, 1789, after E. Daves, 

by J. Neagle ; The Choir of St. Paul's, April 23, 1789, after the same, by 
R. Pollard ; and The Trial of Warren Hastings, after and by the same 
(Pollard), £5 53. 

134 The Royal Academy, 1788, after P. Ramberg, by P. Martini ; and another 

(Pollard), £2 23. 

135 Views of Highbury and Canonbury Places, after R. Dodd, by Pollard and 

Jukes — a pair; and Greenwich Park; and Carlton House Gardens (2), 
by Wood and Woollen (Parker), £5 5s. 

136 Views of London from Greenwich and from Wandsworth Hill, after Hearn 

and C. Tomkins, by W. Ellis — a pair ; North and South Views of the Cities 
of London and Westminster, after G. Robertson, by Lerpiniere — a pair 
(Amor), £15 15s. 

137 View of St. James's Park from Rosamond's Pond, after Chatelain, by Toms ; 

Kensington Palace, after Highmore, by Tinney ; and Windsor, the 5 th of 
November, after P. Sandby — coloured aquatint (Pollard), £4. 4s. 

138 Duke of Clarence and Princess Sophia, after Sir W. Beechey, by Cheesman ; 

and " The Pleasures of Retirement," after G. Morland, by W. Ward 
(Hare), £1 irs. 6d. 

139 " The Return of the Grenadier," after Eckstein, by W. Bond — stipple, printed 

in colours (Pollard), £rs 15s. 

140 " The Sailor's Return " ; and " The Soldier's Farewell," after H. Bunbury, 

by C. Knight — a pair, printed in colours (Moore), £27 6s. 

141 " The Idle Laundress," after G. Morland, by W. Blake — printed in colours 

(Pollard), £17 17s. 

142 " Children feeding chickens," after J. Russell, by P. W. Tomkins — printed in 

colours (Rimell), £16 5s. 6d. 

143 " He Sleeps," by and after P. W. Tomkins — finely printed in colours, with 

wide margin ((Ellis and Smith). £183 15s. 

144 A Fruit piece ; and a Flower piece, after Van Huysum, by R. Earlom — a pair. 

etched letter proofs (Withdrawn). 

145 " The Snake in the Grass," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. R. Smith — in colours 

(W. Sabin), £5 15s. 6d. 

146 " The Public House Door," after Morland, by W. Ward (Lindo), £2 15s. 



172 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

147 " The Elopement of Anna," after Morland, by J. Dean (Pilcher), £1 10s. 

148 " Disobedience in Danger " ; and " Disobedience Detected," after J.Ward, 

by W. Barnard — a pair, in colours (Parsons), £16 16s. 

149 " The Horse Feeder," after G. Morland, by J. R. Smith — in colours (Maggs), 

£34 13s. 

150 " The Death of Pallas " ; and " The Return of Arminius," after Kauffman 

by Durmer — a pair, in colours (W. Sabin), £1 irs. 6d. 

151 " Jane of Flanders and the inhabitants of Rheims " ; and companion, after 

Rigaud, by Bartolozzi — a pair, proofs printed in colours (Vaughan), £10 30s. 

152 " Telemachus and Mentor " ; and companion, after Kauffman, by Barto- 

lozzi — a pair, printed in colours (Vaughan), £50 8s. 

153 Town; and Country, after Singleton, by Cheesman — a pair, printed in colours 

(Agnew), £33 12s. 

154 " The Flight of Anna from the Parsonage, " after Hamilton, by Barney — 

printed in colours (Blythe), £4 14s. 6d. 

155 Maria Cosway, after R. Cosway, b}' Bartolozzi — coloured ; and Miss Fanny 

Kemble, after Lawrence — lithograph (Travers), £4 14s. 6d. 

156 " The Park ! That Magnet of the Town," after E. Hull — coloured lithograph 

(Pollard), £3 13s. 6d. 



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January 24, 191 1. Sotheby. 

The Private Collection of an importer of Japanese 
Products. 

JAPANESE COLOUR PRINTS : Representative or the Artists of the Best 
Periods : 

MASANOBU (Okumura), 1685-1764. 

1 Ukiyo Narihira Takayasu Kaoi. Yoko-ye , black and white, unsigned 

(Thompson), 5s. 

2 Nagasaki Jiro Takashige and Kamakura Waka-miya, at the burning of Kamuk- 

kura, Yoko-ye; black and white, unsigned (Thompson), 5s. 

3 Sakata Kintaro fighting with a bear, Yoko-ye : black and white, unsigned 

(Thompson), us. 

4 Sanada no Yoichi and Matano no Goro, Yoko-ye ; black and white, unsigned 

(Thompson), 13s. 

5 An Ukiyo-ye Version of Sofu and Kioyu, Yoko-ye ; black and white, unsigned 

(Reineman), 16s. 

6 A Man seated with his arm round an oiran ; Yoko-ye ; black and white, 

coloured by hand, unsigned (Scheiepper), £1. 

7 Sodesaki Iseno of Tama-ya ; Urushi-ye, hand coloured ; one of a set of three 

Sanbuku tsui, Shin Sugata ; Hoso-ye, signed (Tregaskis), £3 10s. 

8 Theatrical scene ; Onoye Kikugoro as Yorimasa and Nakamura Tomijuro as 

the Lady Ayame ; Hoso-ye, printed in rose-pink and green, signed 

(Schliepper), £2 5s. 
g Shoki, " The Demon Queller," small Kakemono-ye in graded black and white ; 

signed (Tregaskis), £4 10s. 
10 A group of four boys playing at the procession of the Corean Ambassador ; 

extra large Beni-ye, printed in pink and green ; signed (E. Wilson), £20 10s. 
n The Corean Ambassador entering Yedo, large-size, oblong, coloured by hand in 

yellow and light brown ; unsigned (Tregaskis), £4. 

12 An incident in the War Genko no ran, extra large oblong, coloured by hand ; 

unsigned (Yamanaka), £6. 

TOSHINOBU (Okumora), c. 1720-1763. 

13 San buku tsui, " Three to match." A separated set of three Tai-yu ; Hoso-ye ; 

Urushi-ye ; signed (Thompson), £3 5s. 

SHIGENAGA (Nishimura), 1697-1756. 

14 San buku tsui . An uncut set of three courtezans ; Hoso-ye, coloured by hand 

signed (Metzzar), £2 10s. 

15 Katata no Rakugan, " Homing Geese at Katata " ; Hoso-ye ; Urushi-ye ; one 

of a set Omi Hakkei ; signed (Thompson), 14s. 

16 Plum-blossom and Rain, Usuzuri, a print in thin yellow and green ; Hoso-ye ; 

signed (Thompson). £z 2S. 

SHIGENOBU (Nishimura), worked 1700-1740. 

17 Icbikawa Yebiso as Shinozuka Goro ; Hoso-ye ; Urushi-ye ; signed (Reine- 

mann), £2 18s. 

I* 



174 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

KIYONOBU (Torh), 1664-1755 or 56. 

18 Ogino Isaburo as Tabata Nosuke ; Hoso-ye ; Urusbi-ye ; signed Tregaskis), 

£2- 

19 A No Dance ; Hoso-ye ; Urushi-ye ; signed (B. Wilson), £6 10s. 

20 Ogino Tatsunojo as Akoya, the wife of Kagekiyo ; Hoso-ye ; Urushi-ye ; 

signed (Schliepper), £7. 
20A An Actor as Sodesaki Iseno ; Hose-ye ; Urushi-ye : signed (Tregaskis), £2 10s. 

21 Yanone Goro sharpening an arrow-head ; Hoso-ye ; Urushi-ye ; signed 

(Thompson), £2 14s. 

KIYOMASU (Torii), 1679-1762. 

22 Dotetsu no bansho, " Evening bell at Dotetsu," Hoso-ye ; Urushi-ye ; one of a 

set Yoshiwara Hakkei ; signed (Tregaskis), £1 18s. 

23 Theatrical Scene : Ichikawa Danjuro as a man, Arashi Wakano as a young 

man standing behind him ; Hoso-ye, coloured by hand ; signed (Thompson, 

£l 2S. 

24 Theatrical scene : Bando Hikosaburo as a Samurai ; Hoso-ye ; Urushi-ye ; 

signed (B. Wilson), £7. 

25 Segawa Kikunojo as a Tia-yu ; Hoso-ye, coloured by hand ; signed (B. Wilson), 

£1 18s. 

26 Arashi Wakano in male character ; Hoso-ye ; Urushi-ye ; signed (Tregaskis), 

£1 12s. 

27 Ichikawa Masugoro as a street refreshment seller ; Hoso-ye ; Urushi-ye ; and 

the title page of a book : Iroha Kana, Shiju-nana, Moji ; both unsigned, 
but probably Kiyomasu (B. Wilson), £1 4s. 

KIYOHIRO (Torii), 1708-1766. 

28 Nakamura Kiyosaburo in female character, one of a set of three ; Hoso-ye ; 

Beni-ye ; signed (E. Wilson), £4. 

KIYOMITSU (Torii), 1735-1785. 

39 Murasaki Shikibu. Hashirakaki ; signed (Metzgar), £3. 

30 Theatrical Scene : Nakamura Tomijuro as the woman Matsukase ; Hoso-ye, 

Beni-ye ; printed in pink and green ; signed (Tregaskis), £6 15s. 

31 Onoye Kikugoro as Yoshimine a sandal dealer ; Hoso-ye ; printed in pink and 

yellow and green ; signed (Tregaskis), £1 10s. 

32 Ichkawa Somegoro as Soga no Juro ; Hoso-ye ; printed in pink, yellow and 

drab ; signed (B. Wilson), £1 14s. 

33 A young woman holding an insect cage ; Hoso-ye ; printed in pink and brick 

red ; signed (Wright), £2 10s. 

34 A young woman walking ; Hoso-ye ; printed in pink and brick red ; signed 

(Wright), £3 5 s. 

35 The recovery of the Muge Hojiu no Tama ; extra large oblong ; signed (B. 

Wilson), £7 15s. 

36 A Fishing scene ; extra large sheet ; printed in pink, yellow and green ; 

unsigned, the right-hand margin cut off (Thompson), £3 10s. 
36A Hashirakaki : The actor Sanokawa Ichimatsu in female clothes ; signed 
(Reinemann), £3 15s. 

KIYOTSUNB (Torii), 1735-1785. 

37 Theatrical Scene : Ichikawa Danzo as Kuryo Sayemon ; Hoso-ye ; signed 

(B. Wilson), £2 10s. 



January 24, 191 1. 175 



38 Yamashita Kinsaku as Omiya, a tea-house waitress ; Hoso-ye ; signed 

(Tregaskis), £3 15s. 

TOYOMASA (Ishikawa), worked 1770-1780. 

Furiu Ju-ni Getsu, " Refined (Views of the) Twelve Months." A complete series 
dealing with the amusements of children ; medium-size, almost square ; each 
signed Ishikawa Toyomasa. 

39 First Month (Tregaskis), £2 14s. 

40 Second Month (Tregaskis), £2 6s. 

40A Second Month (a duplicate) (Thompson), r8s. 

41 Third Month (Tregaskis), £3 12s. 6d. 

42 Fourth Month (Tregaskis), £2 12s. 

43 Fifth Month (Tregaskis), £3 rss. 
.44 Sixth Month (Reinemann), £2 8s. 

45 Seventh Month (Tregaskis), £3 15s. 

46 Eighth Month (Tregaskis), £2 16s. 

47 Ninth Month (Tregaskis), £2 14s. 

48 Tenth Month (Tregaskis), £3 3s. 

49 Eleventh Month (Tregaskis), £3. 

50 Twelfth Month (Tregaskis), £3 

HARUNOBU (Suzuki), 1703-1770. 

51 Figure of Temmangu, a large upright sheet ; printed in grey, yellow and black ; 

signed (Tregaskis), £16. 

52 Girl washing clothes, an unusual size, but possibly a Hashirakaki cut down ; 

printed in pink and chrome ; signed (Herrick), £4. 

53 Lady standing in a doorway ; large size, almost square ; the second issue of a 

Calendar print for 1765, not signed (Tregaskis), £25 10s. 

54 An Oiran on parade ; medium size, almost square ; background a flat tint of pale 

grey ; unsigned (Herrick), £9. 

55 The Ide Tama River. A young lady fording the stream ; poem by Toshinari 

in a small square at the top ; large size, almost square ; unsigned 
(Houston), £4. 

56 A Toilet Scene : A young girl kneeling ; large size, almost square ; without text ; 

signed. Best period, C. 1766-1770 (E. Wilson), £13 10s. 

57 Moonlight : A Young Courtezan ; large size, almost square ; one of a set Furyu 

Settsu Gekka ; signed ; best period (E. Wilson), £8 10s. 

58 Girl making a fire ; medium size, almost square ; without text ; wash 

background ; unsigned ; best period (Reinemann), £7 10s. 

59 The Snowball ; large size, almost square, without text ; signed ; best period 

(Tregaskis), £11. 

60 A Breezy Day by the Sea-shore ; large size, almost square, poem in the clouds ; 

signed ; best period (Yamanaka), £16 10s. 
6r Nihon Suzumi, Yoru no Ame ; large size, almost square, with text in the 
clouds; one of a set Furyu Yedo Hakkei ; signed; best period (E. Wilson), 
£11 10s. 

62 Komagata Aki tsuki ; large size, almost square, with text in the clouds ; one of 

the same set as the foregoing ; signed ; best period (Reinemann), £5 10s. 

63 The Love Letter; full-size, almost square, with text in the clouds; signed; 

best period (Thompson), £2 10s. 



176 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

64 O Fuji in her father's shop, Moto Yanagi-ya ; large size, almost square, without 

text; signed (Houston), £10. 

65 Shiokumi no Aki Tsuki ; one of a set Imayo Odori Hakkei ; small size, almost 

square, without text save title ; signed ; best period (Houston), £8. 

66 Bouncing Ball ; large size, almost square, without text ; unsigned ; best 

period (Tregaskis), £5. 

67 Hotei fording a stream with a young beauty on his back : large size, almost 

square, without text, signed ; best period (Puntiett), £9 10s. 

68 The Noji Tama River : A Young Lady standing ; large size, almost square, 

without text ; unsigned ; best period (Reinemann), £4 10s. 

69 The Serenade ; large size, almost square, without text ; signed ; best period 

(Bateson), £5. 

70 Shin (Sincerity) ; large size, almost square, one of a series Gojo, " The Five 

Cardinal Virtues " ; signed ; best period (Tregaskis), £5. 

71 Mother dressing her daughter's hair ; large size, almost square, without text ; 

unsigned ; best period (E. Wilson), £5. 

72 Young Man disguised as a Komoso ; large size, almost square, text in the 

clouds ; one of a set of Fuzoku Shiki Kasen ; signed ; 1770 (Reinemann), 
£4 ios. 

73 Girl standing by a youth ; large size, almost square, text in the clouds ; signed 

best period (Thompson), £2 4s. 

74 Youth drawing a net ; large size, almost square, without text ; unsigned 

(Punnett), £3 7s. 6d. 

75 An Oiran lighting a pipe ; Yoko-ye ; unsigned, (Thompson), £r. 

76 An Oiran reclining against a man smgking ; Yoko-ye ; unsigned (Thompson), 

£1 2S. 

77 Hashirakaki : Young man going fishing ; signed (Herrick), £8. 

78 Hashirakaki : Young girl ascending a ladder ; signed (Thompson), £2. 

79 Hashirakaki : Noji Tama River ; one of a series Furyu Mu Tamagawa ; signed 

(Herrick), £6. 

80 Hashirakaki : Youth holding a falcon ; signed (Thompson) £1 5s. 

KORIUSAI (Isoda), 1720-1782. 

81 Detected : A young man disguised as a Komoso ; medium, almost square , 

without text ; signed (Reinemann), £1 10s. 

82 A Tiger ; almost square, in black and grey ; signed, " copied from nature " 

(Houston) £9. 

83 A Falcon ; medium, almost square, in black and grey ; signed (Tregaskis), £3. 

84 The Fisherman ; medium, almost square ; signed (Tregaskis), £4. 

85 Settsu no Kuni. Kinuta Tamagawa ; medium, almost square ; signed (Tre- 

gaskis), £3. 

86 Seiro Niwaka Kyogen ; medium, almost square ; signed (Reinemann), 15s. 

87 Seiro Niwaka Kyogen Tsukushi ; medium, almost square ; signed (Thompson), 

5S. 

88 Ukiyo-ye Version of the Story of Yukinro ; medium, almost square ; one of 

a set Furyu Yamato Ni-ju-shi Ko ; signed (Punnitt), £1 14s. 

89 The Tea-house Komatsu-ya : small, almost square ; unsigned (Rossetti), £1. 

90 Chiyohana of Daimanji-ya holding a battledore ; full-size, upright ; one of the 

series Hinagata Wakana no Hatsumoyo ; signed (Reinemann), £2 15s. 

91 Manshu of Manji-ya on parade ; full-size, upright ; one of the same series as 

the foregoing ; signed (Herrick), £2. 



January 24, 191 1. 177 



92 Hashirakaki : A woman reading a book ; signed (Higginbottom), £1 45. 

93 Hashirakaki : An Ukiyo-ye version of The Challenge of the Taira at the Battle 

of Yasihma ; signed (James), £5 5s. 

94 Hashirakaki : A woman in her night-clothes ; signed Koriu, sealed Shobei 

( Herri ck), £2 10s. 

95 Hashirakaki : Agemaki of Matsuba-ya ; signed (Reinemann), £1 5s. 

96 Hashirakaki : A Wakashu being helped on with his coat ; signed (Yamanaka), 

17s. 6d. 

97 Hashirakaki : Watanabe no Tsuna attacked by the Oni : unsigned (Tregaskis), 

98 Hashirakaki : A woman stepping up out of a garden ; cut down ; signed in 

Sosho characters (Yamanaka), £1 is. 

99 Hashirakaki : Somenosuke of Matsuba-ya ; signed (Higginbottom), 14s. 

100 Hashirakaki : A Cha-ya waitress ; signed (Thompson), 10s. 

101 Hashirakaki : An Oiran in the balcony of a house at Shinagawa ; signed 

framed (Rossetti), £1 is. 

102 Hashirakaki : Two Tori-oi ; signed ; framed (Reinemann) £1. 

103 Hashirakaki: Miyakaji of Omi-ya on parade; signed; framed (Yamanaka), 

10s. 

MASUNOBU (Tanaka), worked C. 1754-1771. 

104 Hashirakaki : A woman standing on the Engawa ; signed (Wright), £9 5s. 

BUNCHO (Ippitsusai), worked C. 1764-1796. 

105 Theatrical Scene : Ichikawa Benzo, as a man just outside a house kneeling 

on the ground on one knee, and Nakamura Nakazo in male character 
standing over him drawing his sword ; large size, almost square ; signed 
Ippitsusai Buncho, sealed Mori (Houston), £4.. 

106 Yamashita Handayu as Tokiwa Gozen ; Hoso-ye ; signed ; sealed Mori 

(Houston), £5. 

107 An Actor of the Anegawa School in the character of .Kudo Suketsune ; Hoso-ye ; 

signed ; sealed Mori (Wright), £1 5s. 

108 An Oiran seated under a cherry-tree ; Hoso-ye ; signed, sealed Mori (Thomp- 

son), 18s. 

109 An Oiran walking by the Fuji-yama tea-house ; Hoso-ye ; signed, sealed 

Mori (Thompson), £1. 
no Yehon Butai Ogi, three pages from this book, published 1770 (Thompson), 10s. 

SHUNSHO (Katsugawa), 1724-1792. 

in Theatrical Scene : An Actor of the Ichikawa School in male character ; medium, 
almost square; not signed, but with the "jar" seal (Wright), £1 14s. 

112 Miura no Osuke leading a sortie against the Taira army; medium, almost 

square ; signed (Thompson), 12s. 

113 Theatrical Scene : An actor of the Bando School ; medium, upright ; signed 

(Thompson), 5s. 

114 An Actor of the Ichikawa School ; Hoso-ye ; signed (Lapidge), 10s. 

115 Arashi Tokusaburo in male character as Kudo Suketsune ; and an actor stand- 

ing under a pine-tree ; both Hoso-ye ; signed (Wright), £1. 

116 Nakajima Miozo as an old woman drawing a sword ; and Ichikawa Monosuke 

in front of a window ; both Hoso-ye ; signed (Wright), £2 2s. 

117 Nakamura Dengoro as an old man ; and an Actor as an Oiran ; both Hoso-ye ; 

signed (Wright), £1 4s. 



178 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

1 18 Nakajima Miozo as a Daimyo holding a sword ; and an actor holding a bamboo 

flute ; both Hoso-ye ; signed (Reinemann), £i 2S. 

119 Two Famous Wrestlers : Nijigataki and Fudo no umi, on a pale green wash 

background ; full-size, upright ; signed (Herrick), £4.. 

120 Ise Monogatari, " Tales of Ise," one page of this book (C. 1780) ; small, almost 

square. — A Woman Weaving, from Kaiko Yashinai Gusa, " The Rearing 
of Silkworms " ; medium, upright ; both signed (Thompson), 12s. 

121 Juni Ka Getsu, " The Twelve Months." One sheet for Uzuki, the fourth 

month, divided into two scenes by a diagonal line showing light and dark- 
ness ; medium, almost square ; signed (Tregaskis), £1 16s. 

122 Two Book Illustrations • from Nishiki Hyakunin Isshu Azuma-ori, a woman 

weighing money ; unsigned ; and peasants winnowing rice ; signed 
(Tregaskis), £1 6s. 

SHUNSHO AND SHIGEMASA. 

123 Seiro Bijin Awase Sugata Kagami, " Beauties of the Tea-houses" ; one of 

the double-page illustrations ; unsigned (Higginbottom), £2 8s. 

SHUNKO (Katsugawa), worked C. 1765-1790. 

124 Two Half-length Portraits of actors ; full-size, upright ; without background ; 

signed (Thompson), 15s. 

125 Nakayama Raisuke, as Soga no Goro ; and An actor holding a sword ; both 

Hoso-ye ; signed (Wright), 18s. 

126 Iwai Hanshiro as a woman ; and An actor with drawn sword ; both Hoso-ye ; 

signed (Thompson), 12s. 

127 Theatrical Scene : Tanimura Torazo and Ichikawa Komazo as two men 

fighting ; and An actor with a woman's name embroidered over bis 
clothes ; both Hoso-ye ; signed (Reinemann), 14s. 

128 Segawa Kikunojo, a bust portrait in female character ; and Segawa Senjo 

in male character ; both Hoso-ye ; signed (Tregaslds), £3 3s. 

SHUNYFI (Katsugawa), 1769-1819. 

129 A Celebrated Wrestling Match between Raiden and Onogawa ; full-size, 

upright ; signed (Herrick), £4 10s. 

130 Matsumoto Koshiro " the fourth Danjuro " ; bust portrait in character as 

an old man ; medium, upright ; signed (Tregaskis), £10. 

131 Goromaru arresting Soga no Goro ; full-size, upright ; signed (Thompson), 

8s. 

132 Watonai Killing a Tiger; full-size, upright; signed ( ), 12s. 

133 Five Actors as the five principal conspirators in the play Chinshiugura ; Hoso-ye 

each signed (Houston), £6. 

134 Chiushingura : Five scenes from the play, the first, fifth, seventh, ninth, and 

tenth; full-size, oblong; unsigned (Rossetti), ns. 

135 Ichikawa Komazo in male character, facing another actor in female character - 

Hoso-ye ; signed (Wright), £1 12s. 

136 Segawa Kikunojo as a woman ; Ichikawa Yawozo as a black-hooded Samu- 

rai ; both Hoso-ye ; signed (Wright), £1 12s. 

137 Arashi Riuzo as Yoichibei, and another actor in male character ; both Hoso- 

ye ; signed (Reinemann), 14s. 



January 24, 191 1. 179 



13$ Ichikawa Komazo carrying an armour box on his back ; and an actor about 
to draw his sword, snow scene ; both Hoso-ye ; signed (Thompson), 10s. 

139 Ichikawa Omezo in male character ; and a fan leaf with the six comic poets ; 

both signed (Thompson), 5s. 

SHUXTEI (Katsdgawa), 17691-820. 

140 Theatrical Scene : Sawamura Gennosuke as Kiyohira a warrior, and Segawa 

Roko as Otori, a woman ; Hoso-ye ; signed (Thompson), 4s. 



i8o ART PRICES CURRENT. 



January 28, 191 1. Christies 

The following are the Property of Lord Ronald Suther- 
land Gower, who is giving up his residence, Hammerfield, 
Penshurst. 

ENGLISH DRAWINGS. 

1 Cosway, Madonna and Child ; and " Zephyrus and Flora" ; pen and bistre 

(Pollard), £3 3s. 

2 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Landscape, with cattle and figures ; and Landscape, 

with figures ; pencil (Douglas), £6 16s. 6d. 

3 Gainsborough, T., R.A., An artist sketching; pencil — 6fX5i (Douglas), 

£11 ns. 

4 Hamilton, H. D., R.H.A., Captain Harvey ; pastel ; oval — 10X8J (Bucking- 

ham), £35 14s- 
g Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., Head of a boy, chalk ; and Study of a male 
figure, pencil (Renton), £16 16s. 

6 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A. (after), Miss Bowles; pastel — 23X17J (Amor), 

£48 6s. 

7 Romney, G., Lady and child in a garden; sepia — i6£Xii (Renton), £10 10s. 

8 Romney, G., Lady seated at a table, sepia ; and Lady holding a book, 

pencil (Douglas), £7 7s. 

9 Russell, J., R.A., Frederick, Third Earl of Besborough ; pastel — 13JX10J 

(Pollard), £31 10s. 
10 Stothard, T., R.A., "Diana and Endymion," circular; Two figures, by Sir 

D. Wilkie, R.A. ; and A child holding an orange (Scott), £9 9s. 
n Varley, J., Windsor Castle, 7 X 10 J (Shepherd), £9 9s. 

12 Varley, J., 1841, Hilly road scene, y\ X 12 (Williamson), £2 2s. 

OLD DRAWINGS. 

13 View of Paris, 13J X 22 (Rutley), £1 us. 6d. 

14 Angioli, Two figures — red chalk — from the collection of Sir J. Reynolds, P.R.A. ; 

and studies of the Madonna and Child — chalk — from the collection of Count 
Gozzoli (Wagner), £2 12s. 6d. 

15 Correggio, A Cupid, red chalk ; and A Cupid, black chalk ; from the collection 

of Sir J. Reynolds, P.R.A. (Carfax), £17 17s. 
3.6 Galii, F., Interior of a Palace, pen and bistre wash — 8£ X 10J (Pawsey & Payne), 
£8 1 8s. 6d. 

17 Giorgione, A Cupid, red chalk ; and A male figure, by A. Carracci, red chalk 

(Douglas), £12 12s. 

18 Hagen, Van den, Extensive landscape, Indian ink ; and Buildings among 

trees, by D. Teniers, black chalk (W. Sabin), £1 is. 

19 Hals, F., Lady in black dress, chalk — 15 X 11 (F. Sabin), £357. 

20 Keyser, T. de, Lady in dark dress, pencil ; signed with monogram, and date 1636, 

10X8 (W. Daniell), £66. 

21 Nanteuil, Head of Marie de Rabutin Chantal, Marquise de Sevigne, pastel — 

12 X 9i (Douglas), £14 14s. 

22 Poussin, G., Classical landscape, with figures ; and Head of a boy, black chalk 

(Von Maelmann), £6 16s. 6d. 



January 28, 1911. 181 



23 Primaticcio, Diana and Endyinion, circular ; Dancing boys, by Cangiagio, 

Indian ink and wash ; and Study of a male figure, by S. D'Arpino, black 
chalk (Collings), £1 us. 6d. 

24 Raffaelle (after), Apollo, pen and bistre ; and A Nymph, pencil (Von Maelmann), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

25 Rosalba, Head of the Artist ; and Head of Miss Gunning, afterwards Duchess 

of Hamilton and Argyll, by Miss C. Reed, pastels (Carfax), £10 10s. 

26 Titian, Design for an Altar-piece, from the collection of Sir P. Lely ; and The 

Vision of Saint Francis, by A. Carracci, pen and bistre (Collings), £4. 4s. 

27 Velde, W. Van de, Shipping in a calm ; and Shipping in a breeze, pen and ink 

(Mulier), £5 10s. 

28 Velde, W. Van de, Shipping, pen and ink ; Marine view ; and Coast scene, with a 

wreck, by L. Backhuysen, pen and wash (Mulier), £7 17s. 6d. 

29 Visscher, A Gentleman, black chalk ; and Head of a gentleman, pencil (Obach), 

£16 16s. 

PICTURES. 

30 Gentleman, in dark doublet and cap, panel ; Head of an old man, copper ; 

and Lady Middleton, panel (Renton), £6 6s. 

31 Berchem, N., Studies of Goats' heads and feet (Brown & Phillips), £4 14s. 6d. 

32 Bonington, R. P., Street scene in Verona, 23 X i6£ (Gooden & Fox), £220 10s. 

33 Bout and Boudewyns, Landscape, with peasants and animals near a pool, panel — 

7i X 10 (Brown & Phillips), £10 10s. 

34 Baptiste, A Skull and Still Life, surrounded by wreath of flowers, 50$ X 38 

(Lenygone), £33 12s. 

35 Breughel, River scene ; and Hilly landscape with figures, copper (Harvey), 

£10 10s. 

36 Bronzino, " Salvator Mundi," copper — 10J X 8£ (Wallis), £3 13s. 6d. 

37 Chardin, Head of a girl, with blue dress, oval — 15 x 12 (Pawsey & Payne), 

£10 10s. 

38 Crome, Quay, with boats and figures, panel — 13 X 16 (Leggatt), £3 3s. 

39 Crome, River scene, with buildings and wherries, 8J X 13J (Gooden & Fox), 

£45 3S. 

40 Etty, W., R.A., Cupid and Psyche, circular — 7 in. (Clarke), £5 5s. 

41 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Youth and Maid at a grave ; and an aquatint, ni X 9 

(Parsons), £12 12s. 

42 Hogarth, W., Studies of hands, 17 x 22^ (Hughes), £7 7s. 

43 Hogarth, W. Studies of four heads, including Frederick, Prince of Wales, 7} X 6 

(Davids), £26 5s. 

44 Kneller, Sir G., Prince Rupert, sculptured oval — 29 X 24 (Pollard), £68 5s. 

45 Kneller, Sir G., Youth, said to be the Duke of Marlborough, as " Ganymede," 

28J x 23J (Carfax), £13 13s. 

46 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., Head of Miss Siddons, sketch — 16 X n£ (C. Davis), 

£199 10s. 

47 Longhi, " The Perruquier", 16 X 20 (Douglas), £27 6s. 

48 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., Constance, Duchess of Westminster, oval — 24J X 2oJ 

(Agnew) £204 15s. 

49 Morland, George, Pigs, 27! X 35^ (Saunders), £3 13s. 6d. 

50 Morland, Landscape, with peasant watering horses in a river, panel — 9 X nj 

(David), £31 10s. 

51 Morland, Setters — a pair, panel, oval — 6} x 8J- (Harvey), £4 4s. 



1 82 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

52 Moroni, Gentleman in dark dress and cap, 22$ X 18 (Wallis), £7 7s. 

53 Miiller, W., Landscape, with figures ; and Road scene — a pair ; panel — 3 X 4J 

(Gooden & Fox), £14 14s. 

54 Mulready, W., R.A., Landscapes, with gipsies, panel (Sergeant & Fisher), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

55 Previtali, " Salvator Mundi " panel — 19 J x 15 (Nicholson), £11 us. 

56 Rembrandt, Head of an old woman' panel — 5J x 4 (Davids), £3 13s. 6d. 

57 Rubens (after), Rubens, his Wife and Cupid ; and Landscape with figures 

(Abeles), £3 13s. 6d. 

58 Teniers, D., Peasants dancing, 6J- X 9 (Davids), £25 4s. 

59 Teniers (after), Two figures, copper, oval ; Fruit; and Landscape (Money), £4 4s. 

60 Titian (after), Death of Peter Martyr, 31 x 21 £ (Abeles), ,£1 ns. 6d. 

61 Van Dyck, " The Dead Christ," grisaille, panel — gl X i?,§ (Von Maelmann), 

£63. 

62 Veronese, Cupid ; and Madonna and Child (Carfax), £9 9s. 

63 Velde, Van de, Cattle and sheep in a landscape ; and River scene, by A. Vickers. 

panel (Mitchell), £5 15s. 6d. 

64 Vos, de, Gentleman, with large ruff, panel — 21 X 16 (St. Hense), £68 5s. 

Other Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

65 French School, Girl winding wool, pastel — 21 < 16J (Collinge), £16 16s. 

66 Gardner, Mrs. Adelaide Penton, of Haydon House, Sussex, oval — 33 X 18J 

(Bell), £189. 
69 Reni, Guido (after), Lot and his daughters, by J. Bouvier, 19J X 26J (Weekes), 
£7 17s. 6d. 

68 Oudry, J. D. Woody river scene, pastel — 20 X 27 (Parsons), £35 14s. 

69 Dixon, J., Head of Rembrandt's Framemaker, pastel — 26J X 20} (Parsons), 

£1 10s. 

PICTURES. 

70 Neer, Van der, River scene, with town, boats and figures, 31J x 44 (Collings), 

£21. 
7i Milanese School, Madonna and Child, panel — 18 X nj (Nicholson), £16 16s. 

72 Gainsborough, Horses Watering, 29 X 24 (Holland), £38 17s. 

73 Jordens, J., Head of a Saint, 17J x 14 (Wagner), £18 18s. 

74 Venetian School. Lady with flowers in her hair, 19 X 16 (Nicholson), £8 8s. 

75 Taunay, de, " Love and Folly" ; and " Hylas and a Nymph" — a pair, 18 in., 

circular (Ren ton), £44 2s. 

76 Costa, " A Vision of the Cross," panel — 19J X 15A (Burton), £11 us. 

77 Rembrandt School, Rembrandt, in red cloak and a helmet, oval, panel — 

25 X 19 (Harrison), £21 

78 Willaerts, A., Coast scene with shipping, fort, and figures, panel — 29^ X 4ii 

(Smith), £18 18s. 

79 Dow School, Tobias healing the sight of Tobit, panel — 20 X 17J (West), £7 7s. 

80 Romney, Lady in white dress with powdered hair, 23J X 19 (Hubbard), £57 15s. 

81 Lawrence, Miss Cushion in white dress with yellow scarf, 29} X 24$ (James), 

£27 6s. 

82 Romney, Lady in grey dress, with lace cap, 26J x 2i£ (Shepperd), £31 10s. 

83 Hecke, Van der, Woody landscape, with Saint John preaching, panel — 38 X 5& 

(Davids), £54 12s. 



January 28, 191 1. 183 

84 Romaey, Lady in green dress with powdered hair and cap, 23J X 18} (Bell), 

£33 2s. 

85 Early English School, Lady in blue dress with a bird, 29 X 244 (Wells), £10 10s. 

86 Thomson, Rev. J., " Brahan Castle : Evening," 14 x i8§ (Ramsden), £1 is. 

87 Janssens, H., Ladies and gentlemen feasting, 29J X 42 (Metchkovsky), £7 7s. 

88 Early English School, Young girl in blue and white dress 23 X 19 (Doulton), 

£12 12s. 

89 Teniers, Interior, with two peasants, panel — gi X 7£ (Lacey), £3 13s. 6d. 

90 Flemish School, Head of Christ crowned with thorns, panel — 18 X 13 (Hull), 

£t-5 15s. 

91 Fuseli, H., R.A., " Night vanishing before Morning," arched top, 95 x 59 

(Wagner), £15 15s. 

92 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A. (after), Lady Palmerston, 23^ X i8| (Renton), £105. 

93 Kneller, Lady in blue dress, 35 X 28 (Brant), £7 7s. 

94 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A (after), Portrait of the Artist, in red gown, 29 X 24 

(Walsh), £78 15s. 

95 Hudson, Interior, with a gentleman, his wife and child, 23 X 32 (Gosland), 

96 Stubbs, Horse and Groom, in a landscape, 24 X 35J (Gooden & Fox), £10 10s. 

97 English School, Child in white dress ; and Lady in pink dress (Brown and 

Phillips), £105. 

98 Wilson, R., R.A., Woody landscape with figures, donkey, and 'dog, 31J X 42 

(Abeles), £3 13s. 6d. 

99 French School, Head of Edward VI, with brown coat ; and Boy, in red dress 

(Davids), £13 13s. 

100 Vries, P., Entrance to a palace, panel — 24 X 30 (Holmes), £5 5s. 

101 Beechey, Head of George III, panel — n x 9 (Holmes), £3 13s. 6d. 

102 Opie, " Joseph sold by his Brethren," 32 X 25 (Goose), £1 is. 

103 Noorde, C. Van, 1775, River scene, panel — 13^ X 17 (Metchkovsky), £9 19s. 6d. 

104 Achtschellinck, L., Landscape with peasants and animals, 23* X 3ii (Ellis), 

£8 8s. 

105 Early Dutch School, " Meeting of Eleazer and Rebecca at the Well," panel — 

22$ X 34I (Gooden & Fox), £16 16s. 

106 Dutch School, " Queen of Sheba's visit to Solomon," panel — 24* X 29} 

(Jacobs), £1 5s. 

107 Rubens School, Head of a man with dark coat, panel — 20 X 15} (Nicholson), 

£3 12s. 6d. 

108 Mignard, Louise Renee de Perencourt de Querouaille, oval — 28 X 23 (Nichol- 

son), £16 16s. 

109 Goltzius, " Lovers," pane! — 42 X 29J (Lawson), £14 14s. 

no Dietricy, " The Marriage Betrothal," panel — 17J x 23 (Mitchell), £2 2s. 
in Hogarth, ' The Shrimp Girl," sketch — 20§ X i6| (Davids), £2 12s. 6d. 

112 Early English School, Lady and child giving alms to a soldier and his family, 

29i X 35i (Leggatt), £10 10s. 

113 Dutch School, Mother and child, 23J X 29 (Shepperd), £14 14s: 

114 Dutch School, Ladies and gentlemen playing and feasting, 30I X 44 (Metch- 

kovsky), £10 10s. 

115 Early English School, Mrs. Jane Douglas, oval — 26 X 23 (Samuel), 10s. 6d. 

116 Duynen, I. Van, Cat, Fish, and Still Life, panel — 21 X 30 (Ford), £2 12s. 6d. 

117 Dutch School, Fruit and Still Life, panel— 14 X i8| (Collings), £8 8s. 

118 Guido, " Eccc Homo," copper, oval — 184 X 15 (Glenville), £3 13s. 6d. 



184 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

119 Bassano, " The Journey to Calvary," i6£ X 14 (Abeles), £1 10s. 

120 Witherington, W. F., R.A., St. Paul's ; and Blackfriars Bridge — a pair 7 X 10 

(Buck), £17 17s. 

121 Dutch School, Interior of a Dutch kitchen with a boy and utensils, panel — 

19} X 26J (Parsons) £17 6s. 6d. 

122 Vermeulen, A., Frozen river scene, panel — 15J X 18 (Garland), £7 7s. 

123 Dutch School, Sea piece, with boats in a breeze, panel — 23J X 36 (Cohen), £z 2s. 

124 Diest, A. Van, Antwerp from the river, panel — 20J X 37J (Cohen), £21 

125 Velde, Van de, Shipping in a calm, 22J X 31J (Harrison), £2 2s. 

126 Fyt, Dead birds, panel — 15 X 19 (Metchkovsky), £10 10s. 

127 Rembrandt, " Bathsheba," panel — 10J X 8 (Clarke), £2 2s. 

128 Early English School, Boy in yellow dress holding a crook, 52 X 36 J (Wood), 

£12 12s. 

129 Loutherbourgh, P. J. de, R.A., Winter landscape, with coach, sportsman, and 

animals, 18 X 24 (Leeds), £g 9s. 

130 Serres, J. T., 1790, Fulham, panel — 12J X 15 (Smith), £7 7s. 

131 Everdingen, A. Van, View of Harlemmeer, 17 X 21 (St. David), £16 16s. 

132 French School, " Vertumnus and Pomona," 32 X 24 J (Wells), £7 7s. 

133 Sweerts, Man with a dagger, panel — 7 J X 6 (Wallis), £6 6s. 

134 Opie, J., R.A., Mrs. Frances Buckle, 29 X 24J (Clarke), £3 3s. 

135 Lawrence, Young girl in white dress and cap, unfinished. 2r x ig£ (Renton), 

£44 2s. 

136 Hoppner, J., R.A., Ladyin whitedress and lace cap, oval — 23 X i9£(Shepperd), 

£199 10s. 

137 Ramsay, A., Princess Amelia, 29 X 24 (Maeltmann), £52 10s. 

138 Romney, G., Lady in black dress and frilled cap, 29^ X 24i (Shepperd), £52 10s. 

139 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., The artist at the age of eighteen, oval — 23 X 19} 

(Newman), £65 2s. 

140 Ostade, A. Van, Interior of a shed with peasants and musicians, panel — 

16J- X 24J (Maeltmann), £105. 

141 Dutch School, Interior : Lady reading a letter, 32J X 24J (Cohen), £29 8s. 

142 Hilliard, N., Lady in black and white dress, panel — 35 X 28$ (Cohen), £58. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

PICTURES. 

143 Breughel, Woody landscape, with Saint John preaching, 43 X 67 (Wheeler), 

£31 3°s. 

144 Bronzino, Loudomia de Medici, panel — 16J- X 13 (Jones), £6 6s. 

145 Flemish School, A Monk writing at a table, 55 X 46 (Wagner), £18 18s. 

146 Hondecoeter, M., Poultry and Ducks, 33 X 29 (Collings), £9 9s. 

147 Jordaens, Figures at a repast, 50 X 70 (Goose), £8 8s. 

148 Schalcken, G., Girl reading a letter by candlelight, panel — 25^ X 21 (Metch- 

kovsky), £6 6s. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

PICTURES. 

149 Bout and Boudewyns, Fair in a. Dutch town, copper — 26 X 36 (Cohen), £36 15s. 
.250 Breughel, Cavaliers and ladies in a garden, panel — 18 X 24 (Metchkovsky), 

£11 us. 



January 28, 191 1. 185 



151 Dutch School, Man in slashed dress, playing a flute, 32 X 26 (Permain), 

£31 ios. 

152 Kneller, An Admiral in brown dress, 47 X 39 (Cohen), £16 16s. 

153 Kneller, Gentleman in brown dress ; and Lady in green dress — a pair, 49 X 39 

(Cohen), £11 ns. 

154 Lely, Sir P. W., Russell, 49 X 39 (Ellis), £9 9s. 

155 Tilborch, G. Van, Camp scene, 34 X 51 (Collings), £15 15s. 

156 Velde, E. Van de, Farm scene, with cavaliers and soldiers, panel — 16 X 19J 

(Cohen), £24 3s. 



186 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

January 31, 191 1. Christies. 

The Property of the late Daniel Meinertzhagen, Esq. 

Unframed. 
i The Ladies Waldegrave, after Sir J. Reynolds, by G. S. Shury ; and Mrs. Arbuth- 
uot, after Hoppner, by F. G. Appleton ; artist's proofs (Vicars), £9 19s. 6d. 

2 Miranda (half-length), after Hoppner, by Scott Bridgwater ; artist's proof 

(Colnaghi & Co.), £12 is. 6d. 

3 Lady Spencer and Lord Althorpe, after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. Cousins, R.A. ; 

artist's proof (Pawsey & Payne), £4 4s. 

ETCHINGS BY A. H. HAIG. 

4 Lubeck, Waiting for the Ferry ; Wisby, Towing in the Prize ; and Washing 

Day, Chartres (Frost & Reed), £9 19s. 6d. 

5 Flemish Lace Workers ; Going His Rounds ; and Cologne, St. Maria de Capito 

(Fine Art Society), £g 19s. 6d. 

6 The Castle of Vitre ; Tower of St. Pierre — Caen ; Jedburgh Abbey, the Doorway 

and Church of Notre Dame — Huy (Dunthorne), £5 5s. 

7 On the Regent's Canal ; Round Tower, Windsor ; In Church ; A Swedish River ; 

and Nassauhaus, Nuremberg (Dunthorne), £5 5s. 

8 Rheims Cathedral, North Transept ; A Cavalcade, Old Rouen ; Old Courtyard, 

Chartres ; Burgos, West Front ; and a Street in France (Frost & Reed), 
£13 2s. 6d. 

9 Troyes, La Madeleine ; and Notre Dame, Paris (Dunthorne), £11 os. 6d. 

10 Burgos Cathedral, the Cloisters ; and Kirkstall Abbey (Dunthorne), £7 7s. 

11 Cairo, In the Arab Quarters ; and Entrance to the Mosque of Mahomed Bey 

(Dunthorne), £4. 4s. 

12 Arab Students, Cairo ; and Segovia, The Alcazar (Dunthorne), £5 5s. 

13 Venice, Courtyard of the Ducal Palace ; and Ca' Doro, Venice (Davidson), £4 4s. 

14 Amiens, from the Somnie ; and In the Aisles, Amiens Cathedral (Dunthorne), 

£6 16s. 6d. 

15 Towers at Laon ; Strasburg : and A Cloister Garden (Fitch), £4 14s. 6d. 

16 York Minster, Interior ; and Westminster Abbey, View from St. Edmund's 

Chapel (Fine Art Society), £6 16s. 6d. 

17 Ghent ; and Assisi, October Evening (Dunthorne), £6 6s. 

18 Venice, The Chapels of San Marco — a set of four (Fitch), £7 17s. 6d. 

19 Verona, Interior of San Zeno (Dunthorne), £3 3s. 

20 The Interior of Barcelona Cathedral; and Interior of Ulm Cathedral (Dunthorne), 

£10 10s. 

21 Goslar ; and Bussaci (Ubnthorne), £1 15s. 

22 Chateau de Vitre ; and Bayonne (Fine Art Society), £2 2s. 

23 Lisbon, Cloisters of St. Jerome Belem ; and Portico de la Gloria, Santiago, 

Spain (Dunthorne), £5 5s. 

24 Upsala Cathedral, Exterior (Fine Art Society), £11 os. 6d. 

25 " Vespers " (Dunthorne), £5 5s. 



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26 Peterboro' Cathedral (Fine Art Society), £4 14s. 6d. 

27 Stockholm, " The Floating Market " ; and Aries, L'Eglise des Dominicains 

(Dunthorne), £2 12s. 6d. 

28 A Hill Town, Navarre ; and Grim Toledo (Dunthorne), £4 4s. 

29 Schloss Zwingenburg on the Neckar ; and Verona, The Pulpit of St. Fermo 

Maggiore (Dunthorne), £3 3s. 

30 Canterbury Cathedral, Exterior ; and the same, The Pilgrim's Aisle (Dancocks), 

£11 os. 6d. 

31 Westminster Abbey, North Porch (Fitch), £4 4s. 

32 Westminster Abbey, View from St. Edmund's Chapel (Dunthorne), £6 6s. 

33 Amiens Cathedral, Interior (Amor), £8 8s. 

34 Aries, Basilica of St. Gilles (Frost &. Reed), £8 18s. 6d. 

35 A Corner of Seville Cathedral (Fine Art Society), £7 17s. 6d. 

36 Pampluna, " Returning from the Fair " (Fitch), £4 4s. 

37 Limburg on the Lahn (Gladwell), £8 18s. 6d. 

38 At the Fountain of St. George (Dancocks), £8 8s. 

39 Toledo, A Moorish Archway (Fine Art Society), £7 17s. 6d. 

40 Burgos Cathedral, South Aisle (Frost &. Reed), £13 2s. 6d. 

41 Tarragona Cathedral, View of Chancel (Dunthorne), £9 93. 

42 Palencia Cathedral, Altar of the Visitation (Dunthorne), £6 6s. 

43 L'psala Cathedral, Interior (Fine Art Society), £13 2s. 6d. 

44 Monrealle Cathedral, Interior (Dunthorne), £5 5s. 

45 Westminster Abbey, a series of five small plates (Dunthorne), £6 6s. 

46 Venice, Exterior of St. Mark's Cathedral (Obach), £10 10s. 

47 Seville, Street scene (Dunthorne), £13 2s. 6d. 

48 The Cathedral of Chartres (Fine Art Society), £13 2s. 6d. 

49 Palencia Cathedral, The Troscor (Obach), £9 19s. 6d. 

50 Venice, Interior of St. Mark's (Frost & Reed), £22 is. 

51 Cefalu Cathedral (Obach), £12 is. 6d. 

52 Assisi, Church of St. Francesco (Fine Art Society), £25 4s. 

53 Rheims Cathedral, The Portals (Gladwell), £24 3s. 

54 Palermo, Palatine Chapel (Dunthorne), £24 3s. 

55 In the Aisle of Chartres (Dunthorne), £28 7s. 

56 Durham Cathedral, Interior (Fine Art Society), £25 4s. 

57 '• The Morning of the Festival " (Dancocks), £39 18s. 

58 Toledo Cathedral, Interior (Dunthorne), £28 7s. 

59 "A Quiet Hour" (Dancocks), £49 7s. 

60 Burgos Cathedral, Interior (Frost & Reed), £63. 

Fra;>\cd. 

61 North Porch Chartres Cathedral (Amor), £7 17s. 6d. 

62 Street scene in Chartres with Cathedral (Dunthorne), £11 us. 

63 Magdalen College, Oxford (Martin), £5 15s. 6d. 

64 Mont St. Michel (Fine Art Society), £46 4s. 

65 " The Vesper Bell " (Dunthorne), £81 18s. 

Other Properties. 

Unfrc 

66 " Dante's Dream," after Rossetti ; " Laus Veneris," after Burne-Jones ; 

Hon. Mrs. Graham, after Gainsborough, by Waltner ; and two others 
(Gladwell), £3 13s. 6d. 



1 88 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

67 " Piquet," after Meissonier, by A. Boulard — remarque proof (Tooth), £12 12s. 

68 "Napoleon, 1814," after the same, by A. Mignon — remarque proof (Tooth), 

£i5 15s. 

69 " The Sign Painter," after the same, by A. Jacquet — remarque proof, signed 

by the artist (Tooth), £18 18s. 

70 " 1806," after the same, by J. Jacquet — remarque proof (Hood), £39 18s. 

71 " Post Horses," after the same, by L. Monzies — remarque proof, signed by the 

artist (Tooth), £12 12s. 

72 The Same — artist's proof, signed (Campbell), £5 10s. 

73 " Muscipula, " after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. Cousins ; and Lady Waldegrave and 

child, after Reynolds, by Zobel ; and two others — artist's proofs (Yeulett), 
£1 5S. 

74 Lady Hamilton as " The Spinstress," after Romney, by Greenhead ; and Mrs. 

Baker, after Gainsborough, by W. Henderson — artist's proofs (Haldenstein), 
£4 14s. 6d. 

75 Lady Castlereagh, after Sir T. Lawrence, by Greenhead — artist's proof (Agnew), 

£15 15s. 

76 " Psyche " (Mrs. Berkeley Paget), after J. Hoppner, by Scott Bridgwater — 

artist's proof (Hood), £2 2s. 

77 Lady Waldegrave, after and by the same — artist's proof (Steward), £4 14s. 6d. 

78 " Miranda " (whole-length), after and by the same — artist's proof (Steward), 

£15 15s. 

79 Mrs. Banks, after Romney, by the same — artist's proof (Bishop), £5 5s. 

80 Mrs. Trotter of Bush, after and by the same — artist's proof (Bishop), £3 3s. 

81 Mrs. Lee Acton, after and by the same — artist's proof (Agnew), £13 13s. 

82 Lady Hamilton as " Circe," after and by the same — artist's proof (Leggatt), 

£18 7s. 6d. 

83 Mrs. Home Drummond, after Raeburn, by the same — artist's proof (Steward), 

£7 7S. 

84 Mrs. Cunlifie-Offley, after Sir T. Lawrence, by the same — artist's proof (Colnaghi), 

£5 5S- 

85 Mrs. Thornton, after and by the same — artist's proof (Hood), £2 12s. 6d. 

86 Lady Leitrim and child, after and by the same — artist's proof (Colnaghi & Co.), 

£7 7s- 

Framed. 

87 " Miranda " (whole-length), after Hoppner, by Scott Bridgwater — lettered 

proof (Campbell), £4 4s. 

88 Lady Charlotte Duncombe, after and by the same — artist's proof (Steward), 

£9 9S. 

89 Mrs. Gregory, after Sir H. Raeburn, by J. B. Pratt — artist's proof (Steward), 

£17 6s. 6d. 

90 " The Elixir of Love," after G. J. Penwell, by R. W. Macbeth — artist's proof ; 

and " Beseiged," after F. Holl, by C. Waltner — remarque proof (Amor), 
£3 13s. 6d. 

91 William and Madame Daey, after Rembrandt, by C. Waltner— a pair (Fine 

Art Society), £4 4s. 

92 " The Forester's Family," after Sir E. Landseer, by T. L. Atkinson — artist's 

proof (Permain), £1 us. 6d. 

93 The Misses Cartaret-Hardy, after Sir T. Lawrence, by J. B. Pratt — artist's 

proof (Agnew), £4 4s. 



January 31, ign. 189 



94 " The Crucifixion," after Mantegna, by A. Jacquet ; " Gethsemane " ; and 

" The Resurrection," by and after the same ; and another ( Yeulett), ros. 6d. 

95 " The Monarch of the Glen," after Sir E. Landseer, by T. Landseer — artisf s 

proof, signed. Withdrawn. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

96 Landseer, Sir E (after), " Pets," by W. H. Watt ; " The Shepherd's Chief 

Mourner " ; and " The Shepherd's Grave," by B. P. Gibbon ; and two 
others (Agnew), £13 2s. 6d. 

97 Landseer, Sir E. (after), " How to get Home the Deer," by T. Landseer ; " A. 

Highland Breakfast," by Outrim ; and " Shepherd Dog in the Snow," by 
Lane (Agnew), £3 3s. 

98 Landseer, Sir E. (after), " The Sleeping Bloodhound," by T. Landseer ; and 

" Suspense," by B. P. Gibbon — first states (Morris), fy g<. 

99 Landseer, Sir E. (after), " Crossing the Bridge," by Willmore — artist's •proof ; 

and " Packes Pony," by T. Landseer — first state (Agnew), £3 3s. 

100 Laudseer, Sir E. (after), " Jack in Office," by B. P. Gibbon — proof before 

letters ; and " The Highland Whisky Still," by Graves — first state (Agnew), 
£5 5s. 

10 1 Landseer, Sir E. (after), " Bolton Abbey," by S. Cousins — proof ; and 

" Hawking in the Olden Times," by C. G. Lewis — first state (Amor), £12 
£12 is. 6d. 

102 Landseer, Sir E. (after), " The Stag at Bay," by T. Landseer — artist's proof 

(Vicars), £22 is. 

103 The Countess of Blessington, after Sir T. Lawrence, by M. Cormack — -artist's 

proof (Campbell), £2 2s. 

104 " La Surprise," after Dubuffe, by S. Cousins — proof before any letters (Agnew) 

£36 15s. 

Other Properties. 

Unframcd. 

105 Constable's English Landscape, first series of tv/enty-two plates, by D. Lucas — 

twenty of which are open letter proofs — in a solander case, (Frost & Reed), 
£28 7s. 

106 Salisbury Cathedral, after J. Constable, by D. Lucas (Coke), £25 4s. 

107 Salisbury Cathedral, after Constable, by D. Lucas — trial proof before the reaper 

and birds (W. Sabin), £63. 

108 Master Lambton, after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A. — proof before 

letters (Leggatt), £54 12s. 

109 Lady Grey and children, after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins (Maggs), £13 13s. 
no Miss Polly Kennedy, after Sir J. Reynolds, by T. Watson ; and Major Stuart 

after Romney, by J. Grozer (Parsons), £4 14s. 6d. 
in " La Surprise," after Dubuffe, by S. Cousins (Parsons), £3 3s.. 

112 The Marchioness of Exeter, after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. W. Reynolds — second 

fifty (Parsons), £13 13s. 

113 The Hon. Mrs. Beresford with the Marchioness Townshend and the Hon. Mrs. 

Gardiner, after Sir J. Reynolds, by T. Watson — second state (Bush), £50 8s. 



i go ART PRICES CURRENT. 

114 Lady Cockburn and children, after Sir J. Reynolds, by C. Wilkin — first state 

(Leggatt), £9 9s. 

115 Lady Stanhope, after the same, by J. Watson— ditto (Mallett), £5 5s. 

116 Mrs. Hardinge, after the same, by T. Watson — ditto (Sabin), £21. 

117 Master Crewe as " Henry VIII," after the same, by J. R. Smith — ditto (Breun), 

£5 5s- 

118 The Misses Crewe, after the same, by J. Dixon ; and Miss Kitty Fisher, by R. 

Houston (Breun), £5 5s. 

119 Charles James Fox, after the same, by J. Jones ; and The Marquis of Tavistock, 

by J. Watson — proof (Aveline), £2 12s. 6d. 

120 Lady and child, after Reynolds, by R. Parkes ; and two others (Aveline), 

£1 is. 



January 25, 1911. 191 



January 25 — 27, 1911. Sotheby'*. 

The Private Collection of an Importer of Japanese 
Products. 

KIYONAGA (Torii), 1752-1814. 

141 Iwai Hanshiro as a woman, at the front of a sword dealer's shop ; Hoso-ye, 

very early work ; unsigned (Harris), ios. 

142 Boy seated ; medium, almost square, without background ; signed (Harris), 16s. 

143 Large figure of a girl with a harp ; full-size, upright, without background ; 

unsigned (E. Wilson), £i 18s. 

144 Children's Play at the Tanabata Festival ; full-size, upright, without back- 

ground ; one of a series Kodokara go Settsu Asobi ; signed (Harris), £2 5s. 

145 Shiokumi (" Drawing salt water ") ; full-size, upright ; one of a set Fuzoku 

Azuma no Nishiki ; signed (Harris), £2 6s. 

146 Indoor Party : A group of four women ; full-size, upright, the left-hand sheet 

of (probably) one of a series of diptychs ; signed (E. Wilson), £16 ios. 

147 Theatrical scene: Group of three actors; full-size, upright; signed (Harris), 

148 Yoshitsune serenading Joruri Hime ; the centre sheet of the triptych ; full-siie, 

upright ; signed (Tregaskis), £4 4s. 

149 Yoshitsune serenading Joruri Hime; triptych; full-size, upright; signed 

(Hampton), £8 ios. 

150 Festival of the Shinto Temple Sanno, triptych ; full-si»e ( upright ; signed 

(E. Wilson), £7 5s. 

151 A group of three women on a bank of the Sumida river ; full-size, upright ; 

probably the centre sheet of a triptych ; signed (Yamanaka), £2 ios. 

152 A Modern Beauty in the guise of Murasaki Shikibu ; medium, almost square : 

one of a series Wakoku Bijin Ryakushu ; signed (Tregaskis), £5. 

153 A Modern Beauty in the guise of Sotori-hime ; medium, almost square ; one 

of the same set as the foregoing ; signed (E. Wilson), £3 5s. 

154 Viewing Fuji : A lady seated ou a bench smoking ; full-size, upright ; signed 

(Tregaskis), £7 5s. 

155 Seki-dera Komacbi (" The sitting on a mat Komachi ") ; medium, almost 

square ; one of a set Ukiyo Nana Komachi ; signed (E. Wilson), £2 15s. 

156 Kayoi Komachi " The Visiting Komachi ") ; small, almost square ; one of 

another series Ukiyo Nana Komachi ; unsigned (Oppenheim), £2 ios. 

157 Outside Ushi no Gozen Temple: A man reclining ; medium, almost square ; 

one of a series Yedo Meisho ; signed (E. Wilson), £3 5s. 

158 Ryushu Kihan (" Returning boats at Autumn ") ; medium, almost square ; 

one of a set Shiki no Hakkei ; signed (Punnett), £3. 

159 Jushuko (" Ten sorts of Incense ") ; medium, almost square ; one of a set 

Azuma Fuzoku ; signed (Yamanaka), £3 5s. 

160 Night of the Niwaka Festival : A bedraggled-looking woman ; small, almost 

square ; one of a series Shin Yoshiwara Jukei ; signed (Harris), £1 15s. 

161 On the bank of the Sumida River : A young lady passing along ; small, 

almost square; one of a series Koto Meisho Shu; unsigned (Harris), 
£1 15s. 



ig 2 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

162 The Fifth Month, i.e., Summer : Travellers at one of the great tea-houses' at 

Shinagawa ; medium, almost square ; one of a series Minami Ju-ni Ko, 
i.e. of Yedo ; signed (Harris), £1 12s. 

163 Travellers at Shinagawa : Two women and a laden man-servant ; medium, 

almost square ; one of a series Furyu Koto no Minami ; signed (Harris), 
tz 103. 

164 Hashirakaki : An Ukiyo-ye version of the letter-reading scene at the tea-house 

Ichiriki ; signed (Harris), £2 5s. 

165 Hashirakaki : Amekawa and Chiubei, two lovers of Japanese romance ; 

signed (Harris), £3 5s. 

166 Hashirakaki: Figure of a woman with an open umbrella ; signed (Harris), 

£2 5S. 

167 Hashirakaki : Figure of a woman in black and white summer costume ; signed 

(Harris), £2 5s. 

168 Hashirakaki : Figure of a woman in a brick red kimono ; signed (Harris), 

£1 10s. 

169 Hashirakaki: Two women — one standing, the other squatting ; signed, framed, 

(Harris), £3 5s. 

SHUNCHO (Katsugawa), worked c. 1770-1790. 

170 Two Harugoma Dancers, women with horses' heads on their hands ; medium, 

almost square ; signed (E. Wilson), £1 8s. 

171 Tsushima Matsuri : A young lady standing, and another woman seated ; 

medium, upright ; signed ; sealed Churin (Harris), £2 15s. 

172 Group of four women standing one behind each other ; full size upright, 

the right-hand sheet of a triptych (?) ; signed (Reinemann), £4 5s. 

173 Interior of the Ladies' Apartments in a nobleman's Yashiki ; triptych ; full- 

size, upright ; signed ; sealed Churin (Hall), £8 8s. 

174 In the Grounds of the Kumano Ju-ni-sha ; triptych ; flat landscape background. 

with a lake ; full-size, upright ; signed ; sealed Churin (Harris), £3 10s. 

175 Harvest Time ; diptych ; full-size, upright ; signed ; sealed Churin 

(Herrick), £8. 

176 Picnic Party ; the centre sheet of a triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed ; 

sealed Churin (E. Wilson), £4 6s. 

177 The Hatoba, or landing place ; the left-hand sheet of a triptych ; full-size, 

upright ; signed (Harris), £2 15s. 

178 The Quarrel ; medium, almost square ; signed (Gibson), £1. 

179 Hashirakaki : In the Bath-room ; two women standing ; not signed, but 

sealed Churin (Mawson), £2 5s. 

180 Hashirakaki: Offended; a man standing with a courtezan ; signed (Harris), 

15s. 

SHUNZAN (Katsugawa), worked c. 1776-1800. 

i8r Tojin Bayashi (" The Corean Orchestra ") ; a group of six women ; full-size, 
upright ; one sheet of a triptych ; Shin Yoshiwara Niwaka Zensei Asobi ; 
signed (E. Wilson), £6 15s. 

182 Tojin Bayashi : Group of four women ; medium, almost square ; one of a 

set Seiro Manzai Niwaka ; signed (Tregaskis), £1 is. 

183 Umamawari ("The Bodyguard of a Daimyo ") ; medium, almost square 

one of the same set as the foregoing ; signed (E. Wilson), £1 4s. 



January 25, 1911. 195 

183A The Festival of Torii no Machi ; small, almost square ; one of a set of the 
Twelve Zodiacal Signs, this being for the Cock ; signed (Tregaskis), £1 16s. 
SHUNMAN (Kubo), worked c. 1785-1815. 

184 The Tea-house Ichiriki : Left-hand sheet of a triptych ; full-size, upright ; 

signed (Kato), £4. 

185 Three Surimono : Two narrow upright prints of women at festival occasions, 

and an oblong priut of a girl ; all stamped Shunman (Tregaskis), £4. 

186 Three Surimono (Metzgar), 15s. 

187 Three Surimono (Reinemann), 15s. 

SHIGEMASA (Kitao), 1738-T819. 

188 Ichimura Uzayemon as Nagoya Sanza in disguise as a komoso ; Hoso-ye ; 

signed (Tregaskis), £1 10s. 

189 The Seven Gods of Good Fortune sailing in the Treasure Ship ; an early print, 

oblong, with parts rendered in relief by gauffrage ; signed (Tregaskis), 

£3- 

190 Karasaki, with a suggestion of its great pine tree ; small, almost square ; from 

a set Omi Hakkei ; unsigned (E. Wilson), £4 5s. 

191 Choma and Tampopo Flowers ; Yoko-ye ; from Shashin Kwacho Zu ye, 1805 ; 

and a Surimono ; neither signed (Rossetti), £1. 

192 Hashirakaki : Hotei holding aloft the Muge Hojiu no Tama ; signed in cursive 

hand (Harris), 18s. 

MASAYOSHI (Kitao), 1761-1824. 

193 Shako (Partridge) ; full-size, oblong ; signed Keisai ; sealed Kitao Masayoshi 

(Tregaskis), £2 2s. 

Although under this signature, the work is that of Utamaro, first issued 
in book form as Raihin Dzui, in 1793 ; his signature was removed from the 
signed plates, and they were subsequently published with the signature 
of Masayoshi. These remarks apply equally to the two following items. 

194 Hak-kan (Silver Pheasant) (Rennie), £2 14s. 

195 Chikukei (Quail) ; also a Kingfisher (Yamanaka), £1. 

196 Jimbutsu Ryaku-gwa-shiki (Methods of Cursive Design in Figures) ; six. 

double pages from this work (Reinemann), 14s. 

. MASONOBU (Kitao), 1761-1816. 

197 Hashirakaki: A man and woman under a cherry tree; signed (Tregaskis), 

£2 2S. 

KITAO SCHOOL. 
197 a Chiuese woman weaving ; small, oblong ; unsigned (E. Wilson), 15s. 

KORIN SCHOOL, iSth century. 

198 Design for Lacquer work of leaves and flowers ; unsigned, but sealed Ryuen 

(Hampton), £2 10s. 

SEKKYO (Sawa), c. 1790. 

199 Squirrel climbing a vine ; full-size, upright ; signed (Tregaskis), £5. 

UTAMARO (Kitagawa), 1754-1806. 

200 A Falcon standing on a plum tree; full-size, upright; signed Utamaro (E). 

Wilson), £11 10s. 



194 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

»oi The Meeting of the Lover Stars ; diptych ; full-size, upright ; signed (Hous- 
ton), £ S . 

One sheet damaged and cut down. 

202 Kikujido (The Chrysanthemum Boy) ; medium, oblong ; signed (Tregaskis), 

£2 2S. 

203 A Sago Palm in a vase, with a dragon in relief ; in colours, without background ; 

full-size, upright ; signed (Tregaskis), £2 10s. 
304 A pair of Cranes standing by a pine ; black and white, with slight colour 
touches ; full-size, upright ; signed (E. Wilson), £5 5s. 

205 By Ryogoku Bridge ; small, upright, without text ; signed (Tregaskis), £2 10s. 

206 Hanaogi of Ogi-ya seated ; full-size, upright, on a buff ground ; signed (Her- 

rick), £4 10s. 

207 Asaju of Daimonji-ya : A large portrait of a lady seated ; full-size, upright ; 

one of a set Natori Sake Rok'kasen ; signed (Hampton), £7. 

Kurth calls this series " The Signs of the Six most renowned Sake- 
houses." 

208 Tama Uba and Kintoki ; large heads, the child in red ; full-size, upright ; 

signed (Hollings), £6. 
208A Yama Uba shaving Kintoki's head ; full-size, upright ; signed (Hampton), 

£5 5S. 
208B Yama Uba embracing Kintoki (bust figures) ; full-size, upright ; signed 

(Howell), £3 10s. 

209 Seiro Ju-ni Toki Tsuzuki (Twelve Hours in the Tea-houses : a series). The 

Dog Hour, 7 to 9 p.m. ; ground splashed with gold ; full-size, upright ; 
signed (Hall), £8 5s. 

A fine copy of the first issue. 

210 Seiro Ju-ni Toki, Tsuzuki : The Goat Hour, 1 to 3 p.m. ; full-size, upright ; 

signed (Howell), £4. 

211 Tatsumi Roko : A large head, bust portrait of a beauty ; full-size, upright, 

without background ; one of a series Komei Bijin Rok'kasen, with the 
name in a rebus ; dragon = Tatsu, snake = mi, oar = ro, incence = Ko ; 
signed (Yamanaka), £4 5s. 
sis Ariwara of Tsuru-ya : A large head, bust portrait of a woman with butterfly 
coiffure ; medium, upright, without background ; signed (Hollings), £2. 

213 Niwaka Characters : Three Bust Portraits, two women disguised as men, and 

a woman ; full-size, upright, one of a set Seiro Niwaka Zensei Asobi ; 
signed (Miss Caird), £1. 

214 Murasaki Shikibu (or a modern woman as that poetess) ; full-size, upright ; 

one of the series Meifu Eika ; signed (Tregaskis), £5. 

215 Hachijo in Takakura (or a modern woman as that poetess) ; full-size, upright ; 

one of the same series as the foregoing ; signed (Kato), £1 10s. 

216 Ukijo Nanatsu-me Awase (Fleeting World — Amusement — Seven Eyes joined 

together) ; full-size, upright; signed (Tregaskis), £11. 

217 Niwaka Characters : Three half-length portraits, on a silver ground ; full-size, 

upright ; one of a series Seiro Niwaka Onna Geisha ; signed (Yamanaka), 
£10 10s. 

218 Morning in one of the Yoshimara Houses: triptych ; full-size, upright ; 

signed (Hall), £21. 

219 Fujin Tewaza Ju-ni Ko (Twelve Forms of Women's Handiwork) : Hata-or 

(Weaver) ; full-size, upright ; signed (Miss Caird), £1 5s. 



January i- 2 , 1911. 195 

220 Shichi go san Kodokara Awase (Seven, Five, Three : A series of Chines* 

children) ; full-size, upright, wash background ; signed (Mere), £3 as. 

221 Meisho Fukei Bijin Ju-ni So (Twelve Physiognomies of Beautiful Women) : 

The Loving Girl ; full-size, upright ; signed (Reinemann), £1 10s. 

222 Meisho Fukei Bijin Ju-ni So : The Quiet Wife ; full-size, upright ; signed 

(Miss Caird), 15s. 

223 Komurasaki of Tamaya ; wash background ; full-size, upright ; signed 

(Kato), £3 3 s. 

224 Kyokun Oya no Megane (Moral Teaching (as seen through) the Spectacles 

of Parents) : Kiko-mono (The" Clever Person) ; full-size, upright ; signed 
(Haddington), £2. 

225 Komurasaki and Hanamurasaki ; wash background ; full-size, upright ; 

one of the series Seiro Yukun Awase Kagami (A Mirror of Tea-house 
Beauties) ; signed (Bateson), £2 2s. 

226 Fist Wrestling : Two girls ; full-size, oblong ; signed (Hampton), £6. 

227 Tosei Kodomo Rok'kasen (Children of the present day as The Six Poets). 

A boy in imitation of Bunya no Yasuhide ; full-size, upright ; signed 
(Blewett), £1 18s. 

AIBORE IRO NO GOSEKKU (Five Festivals of Mutual Love in Colours), a com- 
plete set of five full-size, upright prints, showing lovers in various occupations 
connected with the Festivals ; signed : — 

228 Nanakusa (The Seven Green Herbs) (Hall), £1 5s. 

229 Hina Matsuri (Feast of Dolls) (Reinemann), £1 5s. 

230 Tango no Sekku (The Boys' Festival) (Hall), £1 is. 

231 Tanabata (The Weavers' Festival) (Herrick), £1. 

232 Kiku no Sekku (Chrysanthemum Festival) (Hall), £1 5s. 

333 Fujin Tewaza Juni Ko (Twelve Forms of Women's Work) : Making Clothes ; 
full-size, upright ; signed (Tregaskis), £3 3s. 

234 Bijin Go Memso (Five Physiognomies of Beautiful Women) : The Quiet, 

Kind Woman ; without background ; full-size, upright ; signed (Kato), £1. 

235 Fuzoku Mitate Gosei (The Manners (or Customs) of Five Selected Natures) : 

A woman threading a needle ; full-size, upright; signed Utamaro (Reine- 
mann), 15s. 

236 Otoko-date Mutsu no Tamagawa : Two women in the disguise of Otoko-date ; 

medium, upright ; one of the set Seiro Niwaka (The Niwaka of the Tea- 
houses) ; signed (Fisher), £2 2s. 

237 Shinateru and Sanokata of Okamoto-ya, half-length portraits ; full-size, 

upright ; one of a set Seiro Yukun Awase Kagami (A Mirror of Courtezans 
of the Tea-house ) ; signed (Gibson), £2. 

238 Hanaogi of Ogi-ya : Lady holding her writing brush ; full-size, upright ; 

signed (Yamanaka), £8 8s. 

239 O Some and Hisamatsu (two lovers of Japanese legend) ; full-size, upright ; 

one of a series Ryuko Moyo Utamaro Gata ; signed (Reinemann), £1. 

240 Fuzoku Bijin Tokei (The Usages of Beautiful Women, by the Clock) : Ushi 

no Koku (The Ox Hour) ; full-size, upright ; signed (Kato), 18s. 
341 Cherry Viewing at Gotenyama ; triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed ; dated 

1804 (Sir F. Swettenham), £4 10s. 
242 At the Hairdressers : Half-length figure of a woman ; full-sixe, upright ; 

signed (Reinemann), 18s. 



ig<5 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

243 Kiten no zu (Picture of a Quick-witted Person) : Half-length figure of a 

girl ; 7JX5, the replica of one done on a full-size sheet ; signed (Fisher), 
£1 10s. 

244 Juni Gatsu Shiki-shi Waka (The Twelve Months on small paper for writing 

poems on) : The Sixth Month ; one of the small series, 7 J x 5 ; signed 
(Hampton), £1. 

245 Hawking around Fuji ; full-size, upright, probably one sheet of a triptych ; 

signed (Acland), £1 15s. 

246 Bust Portrait of a Woman ; full-size, upright ; signed (Yamanaka), 10s. 

247 Flower Arrangement Contest ; an oblong print on Hashirakaki size paper ; 

signed (Tregaskis), £8. 

248 Seki-dera Komachi (The sitting on a mat Komachi) ; full-size, upright ; one of 

a set Futaba Gusa Nana Komachi ; signed (Reinemann), £1 5s. 

249 Tosei Go Shiki Some (Fashionable Dying in Five Colours). Beni : A Geisha 

seated ; full-size, upright ; signed, and dated 1804 (Blewett), 10s. 

250 Three Women as Tama River Beauties dancing ; full-size, upright ; from a 

set Seiro Niwaka ; signed (Tregaskis), 14s. 

25 1 Tobi-iro (Light brown, or hawk's colour) : A Husband and Wife fighting ; one 

of a series of phrenological studies based on colours, 7&X4§ ; unsigned. 
— A circular illustration from an Ise Monogatari set ; signed (Reine- 
mann), 18s. 

252 Yehon Momo Chidori (The Hundred Birds) : A Kitsutsuki (Woodpecker). — 

A Waxbill, Two Cormorants ; full-size, oblong ; unsigned (Harris), £1 12s. 

253 Sparrows and Bamboo, a graded black and white print ; and Chinese boys 

feeding cranes, black and white ; both full-size, upright ; signed (Miss 
Caird), 14s. 

254 Joshoku Kaiko Tewazagusa (women's work in the cultivation of the silk- 

worm) ; nine sheets from a set of twelve ; full-size, upright ; signed 
(Hampton), £2. 

255 Seven Sages of the Bamboo Grove, an oblong print in graded black and green ; 

and designs in flower arrangement, Iris and Peonies, in colours ; both 
signed (Reinemann), 15s. 

256 Hashirakaki of special size : Tosei Bijin San-yu (beauties of the present day 

in three plays). Hokkoku (the Courtezan quarter) ; signed (Yamanaka), 
£3 ios. 

257 Hashirakaki : O Hichi and Kichisaburo (two Japanese lovers) ; signed (Foster), 

£2 12s. 

258 Hashirakaki : O Some and Hisamatsu (a pair of lovers) ; signed (Harris), 15s. 



SEKIHO, c. 1790. 

359 A Young Man and Girl ; full-size, upright ; signed (Harris), 12s. 
SHIKO (Momokawa), worked c. 1773-1805. 

260 Azuma Fuzoku Go Sekku Awase (Customs of Yedo at the Fire Festivals : 

a series). The Boys' Festival, 5th month ; full-size, upright ; first edition ; 
signed (Howell), £4. 

261 The Butterfly Dance ; triptych ; medium, upright ; signed (Tregaskis), 

£18 ios. 
362 Three Women with fern leaves in their hats ; medium, upright, one of a series 
Seiro Niwaka Ni no Kawari ; signed (Harris), 15s. 



January 25, 1911. 197 



CHOKI (Yeishosai), the later artist name of Shiko. 

263 A Spring Day in the Country ; triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed Choki 

(Foster), £17 10s. 

264 Osaka Shinmachi, Ibaraki-ya, Tamahagi Tai-yu (Tamahagi, the leading 

Courtezan of Ibaraki-ya, New Street, Osaka) ; full-size, upright ; signed 
(Yamanaka), £5 5s. 

265 Otowaji of Nakamanji-ya on parade ; full-size, upright ; signed (Kato), £2. 

266 Manzai Dancing ; full-size, upright ; signed (Harris), £1 4s. 

HIDEMARO (Kitagawa), worked c. 1804-1817. 

267 Ukishima of Akatsuta-ya ; medium, upright ; signed (Mere), 15s. 

KIKUMARO (Kitagawa), worked c. 1789-1829. 

268 The Sleepy Manageress ; medium, upright ; signed (Miss Caird), 8s. 

269 O Some and Hisamatsu ; Hoso-ye ; one of a series Hiyoku mon renri nishikiye ; 

signed (Hall), 10s. 

SHIKIMARO (Tokeirin), worked c. 1790-1805. 

270 A Falcon standing on the Takahoko, or hawk-rest ; full-size, upright ; signed 

(Yamanaka), £2 2s. 

UTAMARO II, c. 1807-1835. 

271 The Kikujido Dance ; full-size, upright ; one of a series of seven Gei Jiman 

Kodokara awase ; signed ; dated 1807 (Harris), 15s. 

KIYOMINE (Torii), 1786-1868. 

272 A Geisha seated on a red mat ; full-size, upright ; one of a set of " Five Musi- 

cians " ; signed ; dated 1816 (Mawson), £1. 

273 Ichikawa Danjuro as Shibaraku ; a small square print, signed Seiriuken 

Kiyomitsu, i.e. Kiyomitsu II (Harris), 12s. 

HISANOBU (Hyakusai), c. 1800. 

274 Hashirakaki : Komurasaki and Gompachi ; signed (Caird), 15s. 

SHUNSEN (Kashosai), worked c. 1790-1829. 

275 Tosei Bijin Ju-ni Getsu (Beauties of the present age and the 12 months). 

Second Month, Inari Ko ; full-size, upright ; signed, and dated 1806 
(Hall), 18s. 

276 Kuruwa-hana Shin Modori Kago (The New " Returning Kago " (dance) 

of the Flower Quarter) ; medium, upright ; signed (Reinemann), 9s. 

277 Snow scene : Two women under umbrellas and a man crossing a bridge ; 

full-size, oblong ; signed (Acland), £i 7s. 

278 Two Snow scenes: A duplicate of the foregoing with altered colouring ; 

both full-size, oblong ; signed (Hall), £1. 

279 Jo and Uba, the types of a happy long life ; unsigned ; and Ukiyo Owari 

Cho Yebisu-ya (Bird's-eye view of the house of Yebisu in Owari Street) ; 
both full-size, oblong ; the latter signed (Harris), £1. 

UMPO (Sanri), c. 1800. 

280 Hidachi obi no Jinji (Improvement obis of a Shinto festival) : Two women 

passing through a temple grove ; full-size, oblong ; signed (Bateson), 
£1 14s. 



iq8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

UNKNOWN. 

281 Two Book Illustrations from Yomo no Haru, " Four Sides of Spring," a book 

of poems by Yomono Magawo, published 1828. A Noble presenting a 
crane to the Emperor, seated behind a reed blind ; Shijo school ; and 
a Group of women and girls, playing the samisen, reading, writing, smoking, 
and playing bouncing ball ; Matahei school ; both Yoko-ye, unsigned 
(Fisher), £10. 

282 Two others from the same work : The Great Gate ot the Yoshimara on a 

New Year's morning, a Sarumawashi with his monkey performing, Manzai 
dancers, a Daimyo on horseback with his retainers, etc., outside the gate ; 
and A No Dance Platform, with four performers ; both Shijo school ; 
Yoko-ye, unsigned (Fisher), £5. 

SHARAKU (Toshiusai), worked c. 1775-1810. 

283 Full-length portrait of an actor in female character ; Hoso-ye, signed (Yama- 

naka), £16 10s. 

284 Iwai Hanshiro in female character ; full-size, upright ; signed (Yamokaka), 

£10 10s. 

285 Ichikawa Ebiso in character as an old man making a bargain ; full-size, upright ; 

signed (E. Wilson), £15. 

286 Onoye Kikugoro in male character, as Banzuin Chobei ; signed (Metzgar), £5. 

YEISHI (Hosoda), worked c. 1780-1805. 

287 Hinatsuru of Choji-ya on parade ; medium size, almost square ; signed (Ac- 

land), 18s. 

288 Group of three women on the benches of a tea-house ; medium size, upright; 

signed (Gibson), £1 14s. 

289 River scene on the Sumida gawa : Two women in a double-prowed pleasure 

boat ; full-size, upright ; signed (E. Wilson), £2 15s. 

290 Through the Rice Fields; centre sheet of a triptych; full-size, upright; 

signed (Reinemann), £2 10s. 

291 Segawa of Matsuba-ya, on parade ; full-size, upright ; signed (Reinemann), 

£1 15s. 

292 Four beauties of Ogi-ya ; one sheet of a triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed 

(Hampton), £2 10s. 

293 Shiraito of Tama-ya, on parade ; full-size, upright ; signed (Hampton), £3 15s. 

294 Three tea-house beauties ; full-size, upright ; signed (E. Wilson), £11. 

295 Furyu Go Sekku (Refined Five Festivals) ; full-size, upright ; signed (Jones), 

£1. 

296 Furyu Go Sekku : Choyo, " The Chrysanthemum Festival " ; full-size, 

upright ; signed (Reinemann), £2 5s. 

297 Furyu Go Sekku. Choyo. Another copy of the foregoing (Tregaskis), 15s. 

298 Sotori-hime, the sister of the Empress Osaka no Onakatsu-hime, c. 453 a.d. ; 

full-size, upright ; one of a set of three Ryaku Sam-buku tsui ; signed 
(Dr. Rennie), £2. 

299 A Garden F6te ; triptych. A group of four tall ladies ; full-size, upright]; 

signed (Wilson), £8 10s. 

300 Two sheets from a set of five (?). Kita no Kakko : A lady in Court dress, 

the daughter of Taira no Kiyomori ; a lady holding a brush ; full-sire, 
upright ; signed (Herrick), £4. 



January 25, 191 1. 199 

301 Feeding a Crane ; full-size, upright ; one of a series Gaku Tsurezure Gu<a 

(Old-time Stories) ; signed (Wilson), £6 10s. 

302 A Woman in a gauzy summer dress, seated ; small, almost square ; signed 

(Tregaskis), £3 10s. 

303 Prince Genji offering a football to a noble lady ; medium, upright ; No. 4 of a - 

series ; signed (Jones), 12s. 

304 Prince Genji, standing ; medium, upright ; No. 6 of a series ; signed (Reine- 

mann), 16s. 

305 Tamagiku of Kado Tama-ya, seated ; full-size, upright ; one of a series Wakana 

Hatsu Isho ; signed (Hampton), £2 10s. 

306 Tamagiku of Kado Tama-ya. Another copy (Yamanaka), £1. 

307 Hinazu of Choji-ya, seated, and Shinowara of Tsuru-ya ; full-size, upright ; 

signed (Blewett), 18s. 

308 Hashirakaki: A Woman hanging a globe of carp ; signed (Foster), £2 12s. 

YEISHO (Chokosai), c. 1800. 

309 Two Women Dancing ; full-size, upright ; signed (E. Wilson), £4 5s. 

310 A Man as Kisen Hoshi ; full-size, upright ; signed (Jones), 15s. 

311 Hashirakaki: Two women and a girl on the balcony of a tea-house ; signed 

(Foster), £3. 

312 Hashirakaki: The Letter-reading scene at the tea-house : signed (Tregaskis), 

18s. 

313 Hashirakaki: A Letter-reading scene from a play ; signed (Tregaskis), £1 2s. 

YEISHO AND YEIRI. 

314 Two Hashirakaki. A lady viewing cherry blossom ; signed. The Letter- 

reading scene at the tea-house, Ichiriki ; signed (Webster), £1 15s. 

SHUCHO (Tamagawa), worked c. 1790-1800. 

315 Nishikiye of Wakana-ya ; full-size, upright ; signed (Hampton), £1 6s. 

316 Shiba Sanyenzan Zojoji. View of the Avenue of Pines ; full-size, oblong ; 

signed (E. Wilson), 10s. 

317 Yoshiwara Naka no Cho (Middle Street, Yoshiwara). Snow scene : and 

O Mon Yoshiwara (Great Gate, Yoshiwara) ; both full-size, oblong ; the ■ 
former signed (E. Wilson), £1. 

YEIRI (Rekisentei), worked c. 1780-1810. 

318 Sankatsu and Hanshichi, quarrelling together ; full-size, upright ; signed 

(Tregaskis), 14s. 

319 A Female Procession of twelve Court Ladies' Attendants at Yedo ; full-size, 

upright ; four sheets out of a set of five or seven ; signed (Yamanaka), £2. 

320 Viewing Fuji : A Court lady on horseback ; two sheets of a triptych ; full-size, 

upright ; signed (E. Wilson), £4 5s. 

UNKNOWN. 
320A Oranda-jin (a Dutchman), with his arm round the neck of Nagasaki Yujo ; 
Hoso-ye ; unsigned (Metzgar), £5. 

TOYOHARU (Utagawa), 1733-1814. 

321 Hashirakaki : An Ukiyo-ye version of the Letter-reading scene from the 

Chiushingura ; signed (E. Wilson), £2 10s. 

322 Yoshitsune serenading Joruri Hime ; full-size, oblong; one of the Uki-ye- 

series ; first edition ; signed (Rossetti), 12s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



TOYOHIRO (Utagawa), 1773-1828. 

323 Hashirakaki : A three-quarter length portrait of a beautiful woman ; signed 

(Tregaskis), £5 5s. 

324 Hashirakaki : A Girl looking up into her lover's face ; signed (Mere), £1 5s. 

325 Group of Cranes among a cluster of young pines ; large, almost square, but 

printed oblong ; signed (Tregaskis), £2 6s. 

TOYOKUNI (Utagawa), 1769-1825. 

326 Segawa Kikunojo in female character ; Hoso-ye ; signed (Tregaskis), £5 10s. 

327 Ichikawa Yawozo in male character ; Hoso-ye ; signed (Tregaskis), £1 2s. 

328 Ichikawa Hakuyen as Akushichibioye Kagekiyo ; extra large, upright ; 

signed (Yamanaka), £1 ros. 

329 Kinokuniya, otherwise Sawamura Tosho, as Uranosuke in the Chiushingura ; 

full-size, upright ; without background ; one of a series Yakusha Butai 
no Sugata-ye ; signed (Herrick), £7 5s. 

330 Ichikawa Ebiso as Sukeroku ; full-size, upright ; signed (Reinemann), 10s. 

331 Nakamura Utayemon as the ghost of Dainichi-bo ; full-size, upright ; signed 

(Allbright), 5 s. 

332 Tamagiku of Tama-ya. Large size figure of a woman writing ; full-size, 

upright ; signed (Hampton), £1. 

333 Bansho (Evening Bell). A woman kneeling ; full-size, upright ; one of a 

series Furyu Hakkei ; signed (E. Wilson), £1 r2s. 

334 The Dream. Triptych. Interior of the women's apartments in a nobleman's 

Yashiki : full-size, upright ; early work ; signed Toyokuni (Herrick), £10. 

335 Suyehiro-ya of Miyado (The Fan Shop of Miyado) ; centre sheet of a triptych ; 

full-size, upright ; signed (Harston), £8. 

336 The Procession of Ornaments ; right-hand sheet of a triptych ; full-size, 

upright ; signed (E. Wilson), £8 5s. 

337 Stretching Cloth; triptych; full-size, upright; signed (Tregaskis), £8. 

338 Furyu Gonin Musume (Five Refined Girls) ; full-size, upright ; signed (E. 

Wilson), £7 5s. 

339 The Treasure Ship; triptych; full-size, upright; signed (Keppel), £8 10s. 

340 The Harvest of the Sea : triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed (Tregaskis), 

£3 ios. 
34r Shimotsuki (The Eleventh Month) ; full-size, upright ; one of a series Yedo 
Kinju Juni Getsu ; signed (withdrawn). 

342 Cherry Viewing ; small, upright ; probably one sheet from a triptych ; signed 

(Acland), £1 5s. 

343 Koya Tamagawa (The Poisoned Tama River). A young girl and her lover 

near a waterfall ; large, almost square ; one of a set Mil Tamagawa ; signed 
(Tregaskis), £2 2s. 

344 Theatrical scene : Arashi Otohachi as the man Umayemon ; small square print. 

— Also The Bridal Journey ; from a small set of the Chiushingura ; both 
signed (Reinemann), £r 6s. 

345 Actors viewing Fuji. A small pentaptych ; signed (Wilson), £2. 

346 Theatrical scene : Segawa Kikunojo as Oiso no O Tora.- — Bando Mitsugoro 

in male character ; both full-size, upright ; signed (Harston), ios. 

347 Theatrical scene ': Segawa Kikunojo as O Han standing beside Arashi Hinasuke. 

— Onoye Shiroku as an itinerant fan seller ; both full-size, upright ; signed 
/Rossetti), 5s. 



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348 Theatrical scene : Iwai Kumesaburo as a woman, leading an ox. — Bust of 

Arashi Sampachi and another actor ; Hoso-ye ; both signed (Barron), 6s. 

349 Theatrical Cock-fight. — An Actor, whose name is not given ; both medium 

size, upright ; signed (Lapidge), 10s. 

350 Shishi Mai : Iwai Kumesaburo and Sawamura Gennosuke as Daikagura dancing 

the Lion dance. — Portrait of an Actor in one female and two male imper- 
sonations ; both medium, upright ; signed (Reinemann), 6s. 

351 Theatrical scene : Onoye Matsusuke as Iwai Fuji, a Court Lady. — Matsumoto 

Koshiro as a woman ; both medium, upright ; signed Toyokuni (Reine- 
mann), 6s. 

352 Group of Eight Actors, two sheets of a triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed (Hig- 

ginbottom), 8s. 

353 Matsumoto Koshiro as Shundo Girojayemon disguised as a beggar, 1806. — 

Actor in male character holding an umbrella ; dated 1806 ; both full-size, 
upright : signed (withdrawn). 

354 Chiushingura Nana Yaku (Seven Parts in the Chiushingura), the actor Naka- 

mura Utayemon in seven characters. — A Group of Three Actors ; both 
full-size, upright ; signed (Higginbottom), 5s. 

355 Theatrical scene : Onoye Matsusuke standing on the bank of a stream ; 

signed. — An Actor in male character ; signed (withdrawn). 

356 Actor about to draw his sword ; Group of three actors in male and female 

characters : and Two actors as men quarrelling ; all full-size, upright ; 
signed (Harston), £1. 

Portraits of Actors : Six small square book illustrations ; half-length por- 
traits; unsigned (Reinemann), 6s. 

Actors in Character : Three small narrow upright prints ; unsigned ; and a 
Surimono ; signed (Barron), 13s. 

TOYOKUNI (Gosotei), 1774-1835. 

359 Theatrical scene: triptych; full-size, upright; signed (Rennie), £1 2s. 

KUNISADA (Utagawa), 1785-1S64. 

360 Kwan Yu on horseback ; an extra large print in height ; one of a series Goku 

Zaishiki Gohon no Bori ; signed (Haddington), 10s. 

361 Chohi, the famous Chinese General Chang Fei ; one of the same series as the 

foregoing ; signed (Herrick), 10;. 

362 Yoritomo's Hunting Party around Fuji ; triptych ; full-size, upright ; 

signed (Houston), £2 2s. 

363 Washing Day : A Party of Five Women ; full-size, oblong ; signed (Acland), 

£1 15s. 

364 Theatrical scene : Seki Sanjuro as the man Haiyemuki no Iwa ; two sheets, 

full-size, upright ; signed (Lapidge), 5s. 

365 An Incident at Ichi no Tarni ; two sheets, full-size, upright ; signed (Barron), 

10s. 

366 Three small prints of women from a set of seven ; another of a Woman with 

a battledore, all finely printed in Surimono style ; unsigned ; and a Suri- 
mono, woman in a snow scene ; signed (Barron), £1 2s. 

367 Three blue prints : Yoshiwara beauties on parade ; full-size, upright ; each 

signed (Foster), £1 2s. . 
36b Theatrical scene. Triptych. In the centre Onoye Kikugoro ; full-size, 
upright ; signed (Haddington), 10s. 



2oa ART PRICES CURRENT. 

369 Onoye Kikugoro as the fencing master Kasawara Yuryuken, and two other 

theatrical subjects ; all full-size, upright ; signed (withdrawn). 

370 Playing Forfeits : one of a set Kokkei Kurabe, Mitsu no Ai Ken ; signed. — 

A Samurai standing by a waterfall, dated 1859 '• all d an Actor print ; 
signed (Houston), 10s. 

371 Theatrical scene: Matsamoto Koshiro on the right and Iwai Heishiro ou 

the left ; two sheets, full-size, upright ; signed (Tregaskis), 6s. 
37a Furyu Mitate Rok Kwasen (A Refined selection of six flowers). Four prinU 
from a set of six, with portraits of actors ; full-size, upright ; signed , 
dated 1858 (Rennie), 8s. 

373 Night scene: triptych. A man with a woman on each side ; full-size, 

upright ; signed ; dated 1858 (Rossetti), 10s. 

KUNIYOSHI (Utagawa), 1797-1861. 

374 Kakemono-ye : A Falcon on the branch of a pine-tree ; signed (Tregaskis), 

£3 3S- 
373 Tokaido : Two sheets from a series giving the Fifty-three Stations on twelve 
sheets ; full-size, oblong ; each signed (Haddington), £1. 

376 Woman warming herself under a Kotatsu ; and two other small prints ; 

two signed (Barron), £1 6s. 

377 Children at play at the New Year festival ; oblong ; and two actor prints ; 

upright; all signed (Rossetti), 5s. 

HOKUSAI (Katsushika), 1760-1849. 

378 Kintoki the forest child grasping an eagle in his right hand, and holding a 

black bear by the neck with his left ; in this copy the child is printed in 
red ; full-size, upright ; signed Shunro, 0. 1782 (Yamanaka), £5 15s. 

379 Two Surimono : Two women weighing faggots ; signed Sori ; and A woman 

holding a basket ; signed Gwakio Jin Hokusai (Tregaskis), £1 r8s. 

380 Shoki standing with one foot on an Oni ; unsigned (Tregaskis), £1. 

381 A Long Surimono. Cherry-blossom party ; signed, c. 1796 (Tregaskis), £2 2s. 

382 Iris Gatherers ; a long narrow print about Hashirakaki size, oblong ; signed 

(Tregaskis), £1 is. 

383 New Year's Day at the House of the Fan. Pentaptych ; full-size, upright ; 

signed ; the first name in Katakana, c. 1810 (Houston), £4 15s. 
RIUKIU HAKKEI. 
" Eight Views of the Loochoo Islands." Complete set of the first edition published 
by Moriji of Yedo, c. 1820 ; full-size, oblong ; signed Zen Hokusai, aratami 
I-itzu, " formerly Hokusai, changing to I-itzu." 

384 Rinkai Kosei (The Sound of the Lake at Rinkai) (Reinemann), 18s. 

385 Riuto Shoto (The Pine Wave at Riuto) (Rossetti), 16s. 

386 Senki Yagetsu (Moon at Senki) (Higginbottom), 8s. 

337 Jogaku Reisen (The Sacred Fountain at Jogaku) (Yamauaka), £2 2s. 

388 Jungai Sekisho (Evening Scene at Jungai) (Rossetti), 13s. 

389 Beison Chikuri (The Bamboo Grove of Beison) ; damaged (Rossetti), 5s. 

390 Choko Shusei (An Autumn View of Choko) (Rossetti), 9s. 

391 Nakajima Shoyen (The Gardens at Nakajima) (Reinemann), 7s. 6d. 

FUGAKU SAN-JU-ROKKEI. 
" The Thirty-six Views of Fuji," part of a set first issued between the years 1823-29, 
some with and others without the publisher's seal of Yeujido of Yedo, and signed 
Zen Hokusai I-itzu. The order given corresponds with that of De Goncourt. 



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39a Yama shita Haku-u (White Mountain under rain). No. 9 (Yamanaka), £8 5s. 

393 Ushibori in the Province of Hitati. No. 12 (Tregaskis), £2 12s. 6d. 

394 Totomi Sanchu. No. 14 (Keppel), £2 5s. 

393 Tokaido Tago no ura riaku dzu. No. 24 (Keppel), 10s. 

396 Go-hyaku Rakan-ji Sazaido. No. 32 (Gibson), £1 15s. 

397 Aoyama Matsu. No. 33 (Gibson), £2 15s. 

398 Toto Sumidagawa Gotenyama no Fuji. No. 40 (Tregaskis), £1 12s. 

399 Yeto Suruga cho Mitsui Mise. No. 42 (Crookshanks), £1 is. 

SHOKOKU TAKIMEGURI. 

" Travelling around the Waterfall Country." Part of a set of eight, full-size, upright ; 
signed Zen Hokusai I-itzu. First edition, published by Yeijudo of Yedo, c. 1827. 

400 Kirifuri no taki (The Kirifuri (falling mist) Fall). No. 1 (Tregaskis), £2. 

401 Kiyo taki (The Kiyo (pure) Fall). No. 3 (Tregaskis), £3 5s. 

402 Aoiga oka no taki (The Hollyhock Hill Fall). No. 6 (Tregaskis), £2 10s. 

SHOKOKU MEIKIO KIRAN. 
*' Views of the bridges of the various Provinces." Part of a set of eleven ; full-siie, 
oblong ; signed Zen Hokusai I-itzu. First published by Yeijudo of Yedo, 
1827-30. The order given corresponds with that of De Goncourt. 

403 Yamashiro, Arashiyama, Togetsu Kyo (The Reflected Bridge of the Moon at 

Arashiyama, Province of Yamashiro). No. 1 (Herrick), £1. 

404 Kozuke, Sano, Funa bashi Fuyu (The Bridge of Boats at Sano, Province of 

Kozuke). No. 2 (Boot), £1 is. 

405 Hida, Etchu, Tsuru bashi (Suspension Bridge of Hida and Etchu). No. 4 

(Rossetti), £1. 

406 Suwo, Kintai bashi (Kintai Bridge, Province of Suwo). No. 5 (Lapidge), 18s. 

407 Suwo Kintai bashi. Another copy, from a later edition (Harston), £1 6s. 

408 Tokaido, Okazaki, Yahagi no hashi (Ihe Yahagi Bridge of Okazaki, on the 

Tokaido). No. 6 (Boot), 12s. 

409 Tokaido, Okazaki, Yahagi no hashi. Another copy, from a later edition 

(Reinemann), 8s. 

410 Kameido Tenjin Taiko bashi (The Drum Bridge at the Temple of Tenjin, 

Kameido). No. 7 (Higginbottom), 12s. 

411 Settsu, Temma bashi (Temma Bridge (at Osaka), Province of Settsu). No. 9 

(Reinemann), £2. 

412 Settsu, Temma bashi. Another copy (Lapidge), 10s. 

413 Echizen, Fukiu bashi (Fukiu Bridge, Province of Echizen). No. 10 (Harston), 

£1 is. 

SETTSU GEKKA. 
" Snow, Moon, Flowers." The three friends of the poet. Complete set of three ; 
full-size, oblong ; signed Zen Hokusai I-itzu ; c. 1830. 

414 Snow on the Sumida River (Herrick), £2 10s. 

415 Moon on the Yodo River, with a part of Yodo Castle and its celebrated water- 

wheel (Herrick), £2 10s. 
415A Flowers at Yoshino (Herrick), £3. 

SHIKA SHA-SHIN-KYO. 
" The Imagery of the Poets." Five of this set of ten plates, extra tall size, upright ; 
signed Zen Hokusai aratame I-itzu. Publisher's sign of Moriji, 1830. 

416 Abe no Nakamaro seated on the balcony of a palace in China (Tregaskis), £5 5s. 



-cm ART PRICES CURRENT. 

417 Rihaku or Li Peh, the most celebrated of the Chinese poets (Haddington), £10. 

418 Su-she (or Jap. Toba.), the celebrated Chinese official and caligraphist (Hamp- 

ton), £10 10s. 

419 Tokwa Daijin (Tregaskis), £5 5s. 

420 Tokusa Kari (Collecting Tokusa), a rush used in ancient times for making 

paper (Keppel), £12. 

KWA CHO. 
" Bird and Flower." A complete set of ten small prints, upright, esteemed to be 
the rarest as well as among the most elegant of Hokusai's prints ; each signed 
Zen Hokusai I-itzu, c. 1830. Not first edition : — 

421 Buncho and Kobushi (Hampton), £1 10s. 

422 Isuka and Omi-azami (Crossbill and the " Blessed Thistle," Carduus bene- 

dictus) (Tregaskis), £1 14s. 

423 Kanari and Shakuyaku. A Canary flying (Tregaskis), £1 10s. 

424 Sekirei and Fuji. A blue-grey Wagtail (Tregaskis), £1 18s. 

425 Uso and Shidare-zakura. A Bullfinch (Pyrrhula) hanging head downwards 

(Rossetti), £2. 

426 Kocho and Bara. A yellow bird (Reinemann), £1 12s. 

427 Kawasemi and Nadeshiko. A Kingfisher (Tregaskis), £1 16s. 

428 Mozu and Ruri, and Uki no shita. The Shrike above, Kingfisher below (Tre- 

gaskis), £1 12s. 

429 Ikaru and Oshiroi-bana. The Grossbeak (Reinemann), £1 10s. 

430 Hototogisu and Satsuki. The Cuckoo (Gibson), £1 10s. 

431 Quarter-Block Tokaido. Twenty- three small oblong views of the first issue 

of this set, which consists of fifty-three small plates and seven others 
of double width ; place name on each sheet, and signature Gwakio Jin 
Hokusai (Hollings), £3. 

432 Quarter-Block Tokaido. Thirty-eight small oblong views from a second 

issue of this set, with the inscriptions cut out and some of the details altered ; 
signed Gwakio Jin Hokusai (Hollings), £2. 

433 Quarter-Block Tokaido. Six double-size plates from a second issue of this 

set (see no 431), and one from a first issue, with the inscription ; signed 
Gwakio Jin Hokusai (Hampton), £2. 

HOKKEI (Todoya), worked c. 1800-1840. 

434 The Thirty-six Poets : two groups of eighteen each, on two full-size upright 

pages ; Yoko-ye ; signed (withdrawn). 

435 Three Surimono : Shohaku (peony flower). — A Court lady seated. — -A carp 

in a landing net ; all three signed (Tregaskis), £1 14s. 

436 Four Surimono : View of the Shrine of Benten at Chikubushima. — A Sake 

Kettle decorated with Noshi paper, etc. — A Persimmon and other fruit. — 
Two fishes ; all but one signed (Reinemann), £1 10s. 

GAKUTEI (Yashima), worked c. 1800-1840. 

437 Amayadori (Escaping the Rain) ; full-size, oblong ; from Tempozan Shokei 

Ichiran (Views of Tempozan) ; published at Osaka, 1838 ; signed Gogaku 
(Tregaskis), £1 12s. 

438 Two Surimono : Roko a Sennin ; signed. — A cabinet of books, and writing 

table ; signed. — And two book illustrations : Portraits of poets ; signed 
(Barron), £2 4s. 



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HOKUBA (Teisai), 1770-1844. 

439 Two Surimono, both decorative fans ; signed Teisai (Reineraann), 8s. 

SHINSAI (Ryuryukio), worked c. 1803-1845. 

440 Three Surimono : An Ukiyo-ye version of Joruri Hime. — A box of eggs and 

a piece of dried hake. — A low table, ink slab, brush case, and Sbinia 
Dai ; the two first signed Shinsai ; the last Ichiryusai (Reinemann), 16s. 

441 Three Surimono : A Sake kettle, a glass bowl of water, etc. — A Kuge's hat. — 

A travelling clothes box ; signed (Reinemann), 7s. 

442 Four Surimono : An Awabi -hell, a tea kettle, and a robe. — A bronze vase, 

landscape garden, etc. — An open fan, archery implements, etc. — A packet 
of incense and implements for the game of Ko Awase ; all signed (Barron). 
5S. 

SH1GENOBU (Yanagawa), 1786-1832. 

443 A woman as Kanzan, the Chinese Taoist Rishi ; full-size, upright ; one of a 

series Osaka Shin machi Nerimono ; signed (withdrawn). 

444 A Surimono : A woman weaving ; signed. And three book illustrations, 

Yoko-yc, each a group of two women ; unsigned (Barron), 13s. 
TAITO (Katsushika), worked c. 1816-1853. 

445 A carp in a swirl of water ; cut from a page of " HarimazeHan," published in 

1853 ; signed (Hampton), £1 5s. 

SHURI (Teitei) and ICHIMEI. 

446 A Surimono : A mirror, toilet cabinet ; signed Teitei Shuri. — Three gold 

fish in a swirl of water; from " Harimaze Han" ; signed Ichimei 
(Reinemann), 10s. 

HOKUJIU (Shotei), worked c. 1820-1830. 

447 Awajishima (The Isle of Awaji), in the Interior Sea ; full-size, oblong ; signed 

(Wilson), 1 8s. 

448 Kazusa, Kuju Kuri Jibiki ami (Fishing with a seine at Kuju Kuri, Kazusa 

Province) ; full-size, oblong ; signed (Bateson), 18s. 

449 Tokaido, Kawasaki, Rokugogawa Watashi no zu (View of the Ferry, Rokugo 

River, Kawasaki on the Tokaido) ; full-size, oblong ; signed (Johnson), 75. 

UNSIGNED. 

450 A long Surimono : A c;roup of fix cranes in flight. — -A tea-jar in a brocade 

bag half opened. — Manzai dancers with a Sambo (Hollings), £1 10s. 

YEIZAN (Kikugawa), worked 1800-1829. 

451 Sunadori Kodomo Asobi (Amusements of Children — Fishing). Triptych. 

One of a series ; full-size, upright ; signed (Hollings), £1. 

452 Toryu O Niwa Sakura (The Honourable Cherry Garden of the present day) ; 

signed (Gibson), £1 12s. 

453 Kakemono-ye : A falcon on a pine-tree ; signed (Hampton), £1 10s. 

454 Kakemono-ye: A falcon on the branch of a plum-tree; signed (Foster), 

£1 12s. 

455 Kakemono-ye: A Courtezan pointing her handkerchiefs at some unseen object 

signed (Tregaskis), 14s. 

456 Seki-dera Komachi. A woman arranging her hair before a mirror. — Soshi 

arai Komachi. A woman standing reading a poem. — Bust portrait of a 
woman holding a coloured thread ball ; all signed (Reinemann), 18s. 



..2o6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

457 Group of a woman and two children taking refreshments. — A Yoshiwara 

Beauty on parade. — Bust portrait of a woman holding a mirror ; all 
signed (Reinemann), 18s. 

458 Three women passing a large draper's shop. — Two women with battledores. — 

Woman showing a landscape to two others ; all single sheets from trip- 
tychs ; signed (Reinemann), £r. 
458A Two beauties — one before a mirror, the other seated playing the samisen ; 
two small leaves ; unsigned (Reinemann), 5s. 

YEISEN (Keisai), 1789-1848. 

459 Kakemono-ye: The Great Carp making its way up a waterfall; signed 

(Hampton), £3 5s. 

460 Nojiri Station on the Kisokaido. View of the Inagawa ; first edition; signed 

(Wilson), £2 8s. 

, 460A Itahana Station on the Kisokaido. Snow scene ; second edition, with altered 
red seal number of the plate ; unsigned (Wilson), £1 14s. 

.461 Kawado Station on the Kisokaido. Fishing by night with cormorants ; second 
edition, with the altered red seal number of the plate ; unsigned (Hamp- 
ton), £1. 

462 Urawa Station on the Kisokaido ; with altered red seal number of the plate, 

and signature of the artist omitted (Puanett), £1 2S. 

463 Ryogoku Sekisho (Sunset Ryogoku quarter) ; full-size, oblong ; one of a set 

Yedo Hakkei ; signed ; and a Surimono ; signed (Reinemann), r8s. 
HIROSHIGE (Ichiryusai), 1796-1858. 

464 Twilight Moon, Ryogoku Bridge : View up the Sumida River ; full-siie, 

oblong ; one of the earliest Toto Meisho set ; first edition, with decoratire 
border; signed (Tregaskis), £2 12s. 

465 Yodo Gawa ; Poleing a boat along the Yodo river ; full-size, oblong ; one of 

the Kyoto Meisho set ; first edition ; signed (Tregaskis), £2. 

466 Yatsuse Village: A group of women carrying loads on their heads ; full-size, 

oblong ; one of the Kyoto Meisho set ; first edition ; signed (Tregaskis), 8s. 
TOKAIDO GO-JU-SAN EKI FU KEI TSUZUKU YOKO GWA. 
" Drawn across continuous views of the fifty-three stations of the Tokaido." A 
complete set of fifty-five views (including Yedo and Kyoto), from the first 
issue of the work in two volumes of folded sheets, with all the plates in the 
original form before alterations were made in the blocks ; full-size, oblong ; 
each signed Hiroshige, c . r834 ; — 

467 Nihon Bashi (Wilson), £1 r2s. 

468 Shinagawa on the South-East of Yedo. View up a narrow street (Blewett), 

£2 18s. 

469 Shinagawa. An impression from the altered block, with figures added and 

junks altered (Tregaskis), £2 4s. 

470 Kawasaki. A ferry-boat crossing the Rokugo river (Tregaskis), £1 18s. 

471 Kanagawa. View up a hillside street (Bateson), £2 2s. 

472 Hodogaya. Coolies carrying a Norimon across the Shinkame bridge (Reunie), 

£r 18s. 

473 Totsuka. View outside the Kome-ya tea-house, where a traveller is getting 

off a horse (Blewett), £2 12s. 

In later issues great differences appear ; the near side of the tea-house 
is boarded up, shutting out the view beyond ; the man is getting on to 
the horse. 



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474 Fujisawa. View of the Temple Yuyoji (Punnett), £1 4s. 

475 Hiratsuka. The Nawate Highway through green fields (Punnett), £r 4s. 

476 Oiso. Rain scene. The approach to a village (Hall), £2 10s. 

In later issues the pale yellow sky and dark top are turned into blue 
or grey, and in some the rain-block is missing. 

477 Odawara in Sagami. View of a Daimyo's party fording the Sako river (Tre- 

gaskis), £4. 

In later editions the outlines of the distant hills are considerably altered, 
and more figures are added. 

478 Hakone. View of a high peak in the mountains (Wilson), £2 12s. 

479 Mishima in Izu. Mist scene in early morning, with travellers setting forth, 

one on horseback and another carried in a kago (Punnett), £3 10s. 

480 Numazu in Suruga. View of the village in the foreground, travellers passing 

along (Purnett), £1 8s. 

481 Hara. View of Fuji in the early morning (Punnett), £1 14s. 

482 Hara. A later copy, with one colour-block left out (Reineman), £1 2s. 

483 Yoshiwara. View of a curving road between rice fields, a man is leading a 

horse laden with a woman and two young people (Blewett), £3 3s. 

484 Kambara. Evening snow at a hill-side village, two men toiling up hill (Wilson), 

£8 15s. 

485 Yui. View from the point at Satta-yama, looking over the Suruga bay and 

inland to Fuji (Tregaskis), £4 2S. 6d. 

486 Okitsu. View of a bend in the Okitsu river ; in the foreground two wrestlers 

are being carried up the stream (Tregaskis), £1 2s. 

487 Ejiri, with a distant view of Miho Beach (Wilson), £6 5s. 

488 Fuchu. View of the Abe river, which is being forded by a lady in a kago, 

and two women servants (Tregaskis), £1 6s. 

489 Mariko. View of the Meibutsu tea-house (Tregaskis), £2 2s. 

490 Okabe. View of a road through Utsu Hill, with a walled-up mountain stream 

dashing through it (Wilson), £1 14s. 

49 1 Fujieda. Scene outside a rest house, where they are changing horses and coolies 

(Tregaskis), £2. 

492 Shimada. View of a wide bed of the Oi River (Bateson), £1 4s. 

493 Kanaya, on the far side of the Oi River in Totomi, people crossing at the 

ford (Bateson), £1 12s. 

494 Nissaka : View of a very steep road up the pine-covered Sayo mountain, 

at the foot of which travellers are staying to look at a boulder of rock in 
the centre of the road (Punnett), £1 16s. 

495 Kakegawa : A high trestle bridge crossing a stream flowing through rice 

fields, where peasants are at work (Tregaskis), £3 5s. 

496 Fukoroi : A wayside tea-house at the edge of rice fields, people boiling a kettle, 

and two coolies resting (Bateson), £1 10s. 

497 Mitsuke : View of the point of crossing the Tenryu gawa (Punnett), £2 14s. 

498 Hamamatsu in winter : A party of four coolies warming themselves at a fire, 

a traveller looking on (Tregaskis), £1 12s. 

499 Hamamatsu. A later issue (Reinemann), 15s. 

500 Maizaka : View of Imaki Point in the Totomi sea, and a distant view of Fuji 

(Tregaskis), £5. 

501 Arai : Scene of the ferry ; a boat, conveying a Daimyo across (Cruikshank) 

£1 12s. 

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2o8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

502 Shirakai : A view looking out on the bay of Yedo through a dip in the " Sea 

View Hill " (HaU), £1 12s. 

503 Futagawa : The road passing round the Monkey Racecourse ; in the foreground, 

three women (Bateson), £1 8s. 

504 Yoshida in Mikawa : View of the long bridge over the Toyo river, and the 

fifteenth century castle built by Makino Naritoki (Reinemann), £1 14s. 

505 Goyu : The main street, with a tea-shop, whose " female dragons " are en- 

deavouring to haul travellers into the house of rest ; on the signboards in- 
side are the names of Jirobei, the engraver, Heibei, the printer, and Ichiry- 
usai, the artist, and in the centre circle Take no Uchi han, the publisher 
of the " block " (Cruikshank), £1 8s. 

506 Akasaka : Quadrangle of a guest house (Lapidge), 15s. 

507 Fujikawa : Entrance to the village, with a daimyo procession (Puntiett), 

£1 -s. * 

508 Okazaki : View of the bridge over the Yahagi river (Cruikshank), £1 4s. 

509 Okazaki. A later impression (Lapidge), 10s. 

510 Chiryu : View of the green fields where the horse fair is held, with groups of 

horses (Bateson), £1 10s. 

511 Narumi : The main road, with two shops where the Arimatsu Shibori is sold 

(Cruikshank), 15s. 

512 Miya in Owari : Temple fete at Atsuta Daijingu (Cruikshank), £1 8s. 

513 Kuwana in Ise : View of Shichi Ri Watashi (The Seven Ri Ferry), (Wilson), 

£2 2S. 

514 Yokkaichi : View of the backwater and marshes of the Sancho river (Tregas- 

kis), £5 12s. 6d. 

515 Yokkaichi. Another copy of the first edition as it usually appears (Punnett), 

18s. 

516 Ishiyakushi. View of the local temple (Reinemann), £1 5s. 

516A Shono. The great rain storm in the mountain range dividing Ise from Omi 
and Iga (Trcgaskis), £4. 

517 Kameyama. View of a valley in snow, near Suzukayama (Punnett), £1 10s. 

518 Seki. View of the hat shop outside a honjin (Tregaskis), £2 4s. 

519 Saka-no-shita. View of a tea-house (Bateson), £1. 

520 Tsuchi Yama. A Daimyo's cortege crossing a bridge (Hall), £2 6s. 

521 Minakuchi, in Omi. Village where women are peeling and drying gourd 

(Tregaskis), £1 6s. 

522 Ishibe. View of a tea-house at Me river village (Tregaskis), 14s. 

523 Kusatsu. View of a tateba, or stopping place for horses (Reinemann), 10s. 

524 Otsu. View of the Soii tea-house (Reinemann), 16s. 

525 Kyoto, in Yamashiro. View of the long bridge, Third Avenue (Lapidge), 18s. 

526 Four Tokaido views, early editions of unaltered plates : Hakone Okitsu, 

Shirakai, and Futagawa (Reinemann), 14s. 

527 Four more : Kuwana, Tsuchi Yama, Ishibe, and Kyoto (Game), £1 6s. 

528 A snowy day ; full-size, upright ; one of the series Wakan Royei shu (a col- 

lection of the poems of China and Japan) ; first edition ; signed Hiroshige 
(Wilson), £12. 

529 Naniwa-ya Pine-tree ; full-size, oblong ; from the series Naniwa Meisho 

Zu Kwai (a scries of celebrated views of Osaka) ; first edition ; signed 
Hiroshige (Gibson), r4S. 



January 25, 1911. 209 

.'530 Ishiyama, Akitsuki (Autumn moon at Ishiyama) ; full-size, oblong ; one of 

the set Omi Hakkei ; signed Hiroshigc (Punnett), £1 8s. 
•531 Ajikawa Guchi (Mouth of the Aji river), at Osaka ; full-size, oblong ; one of 

the set Nihon Minato Tsukushi (the harbours of Japan) ; signed Hiroshige 

(Balfour), £2 4s. 
332 Kochi and Okoze. Platycephalus Isidiator, the ox-tail fish and another ; 

signed Ichiryusai Hiroshige. — Ise ebe and Shiba ebi : A big prawn and 

two grey shrimps ; signed Hiroshige (Game), as. 
.533 Ayu. Five river trout swimming in a stream ; signed Hiroshige. — Tai. Ser- 

ranus Marginalis, a species of perch ; signed Ichiryusai Hiroshige (Boot), 

1 6s. 
.534 Kani and Saba. A crab and Scomber Saba, a mackerel ; signed Hiroshige. — 

Satsukidai and Suzuki. A species of perch, Sen-anus Marginalis ; unsigned 

(Boot), 18s. 
.■535 Fan Print, ogi shape. A Parroquet on a branch of blossoming plum ; pub- 
lished yu Juji Hiko ; signed Hiroshige (Tregaskis), £3 7s. 6d. 
.536 Fan Prints, two, uchiwa shape, on a single sheet : a blue bird, and a kingfisher ; 

published by Kawaguchi Shozo ; both signed H roshige (Tregaskis), £2 10s. 
.537 Fan Prints, two uchiwa shape : A small bird hanging on a branch of a cherry- 
blossom, dated rS52 ; signed Hiroshige ; and flowers and grasses under a full 

moon ; dated 1854 ; signed Ryusai, sealed Hiroshige (Foster), £2 6s. 
.538 Kwa Cho, large panel: Wild Camelia and a small bird; signed Hiroshige 

(Foster), £2 2s. 
539 Kwa Cho, medium size panel: Parroquet on the trailing branch of a kobushi 

tree ; signed Hiroshige (Tregaskis), £2 12s. 
■540 Kwa Cho, medium size panel: Kingfisher diving over flowering iris ; signed 

Hiroshige (Tregaskis), £1 10s. 
54 1 The Sumidagawa in winter, medium size panel : A man poleing a raft ; one 

of a series Shiki no Yedo Meisho (celebrated views of Yedo in the four 

seasons) ; signed Hiroshige (Gibson), £5 5s. 
.542 Three Kwa Cho, two on a block size : Sparrows and wild camelia in snow. — 

Long-tailed bird and weeping cherry. — Waxbill and convolvulus ; all 

signed Hiroshige (Reinemann), 10s. 
543 Three Kwa Cho, same size : Two small birds flying over iris. — Kingfisher 

on a white-flowering plant. — Blue bird on a pink wild flower ; all signed 

Hiroshige (Foster), £2 14s. 
344 Three Kwa Cho, same size : Peacock and peonies.- — Bird on a blossoming 

cherry. — Bird flying over blue flowers ; all signed Hiroshige (Tregaskis), 

£2 12s. 

545 Three Kwa Cho, same size : Bullfinch and wistaria. — Canary and wistaria. — 

Small bird and wild flowers ; signed Hiroshige (Metzgar), 18s. 

546 Three Kwa Cho, same size : Canary on wisteria. — Pheasant and bamboo. — 

A finch and wisteria ; all signed Hiroshige (Reinemann), £1. 

547 Three Kwa Cho, same size : Kingfisher diving over iris. — Kingfisher, begonia 

and weeds. — Canary and wisteria ; all signed Hiroshige (Lapidge), 10s. 

548 Three Kwa Cho, same size : A Kingfisher diving into a pool. — Two small 

birds fluttering over iris. — Two birds in flight over iris ; all signed Hiroshige 
(Metzgar), 18s. 

549 Four Kwa Cho, various sizes, two of them blue prints : Swallow flying under 

willow, and a long-tailed bird on a pine branch ; three signed Hiroshige 
(Gibson), £1 8s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



550 Chiushingura. Fourteen of the set of sixteen plates, full-size, oblong, with 

key-pattern borders on which the double tomoye is repeated at intervals r 
the important eleventh plate is included ; also the other five scenes supple- 
mentary to the eleventh ; Nos. 5 and 9 missing ; first edition published 
by Sen Ichi ; all signed Hiroshige (Tregaskis), £6 15s. 

551 Chiushingura. Complete set of twelve, full-size, oblong, with borders of three 

blue lines, on which the double tomoye is repeated at intervals ; published 
by Aridaya ; all signed Hiroshige (Punnett), £2 5s. 

552 Kakemono-ye : Snow gorge on the Fuji river ; first edition, with publisher's 

seal of Sanoya Kihei ; signed Hiroshige (Tregaskis), £6 10s. 

553 Annaka, one of the stations of the Kisokaido ; first edition. — Yoshiwara,. 

cherry-blossoms by night ; from a Yedo Meisho set ; first edition ; both 
full-size, oblong ; signed Hiroshige (Tregaskis), £1 8s. 

554 Shokoku mu Tama gawa (the six Tama rivers of various Provinces). Complete 

set of six ; full-size, upright ; first edition, published by *Maru Kyu ; each 
signed Hiroshige, and dated 1857 (Reinemann), £1. 

555 Yokkaichi : One of the Tokaido stations ; full-size, oblong ; from the Marusei 

set ; first edition. — Otsu from a half-block Tokaido set with comic figures 
on the journey. — Yedo Meisho, Yamadaya figure set, a river scene ; all 
signed Hiroshige (Reinemann), 8s. 

556 Hodogaya, Shin Kame Bridge ; full-size, oblong ; from the Marusei Tokaido' 

set ; signed Hiroshige (Tregaskis), 3 12s. 

557 O Cha no Mizu. The Tea-water canal ; from a Yedo Meisho series published 

by Aridaya ; full-size, oblong ; signed Hiroshige, and dated 1854 (Blewett) r 
£3 5s. 

558 Genji Go-ju-shi Ko (the fifty-four actions of Genji) ; five full-size oblong prints, 

the only ones known of this series ; first edition, published by Isekane - 
signed Hiroshige, and dated 1852 (Reinemann), £1 12s. 

559 Yoshiwara, Yuki no Asa (a snowy morn, Yoshiwara). — Akabane no Yuki 

(snow on Akabane) ; two full-size oblong views from the Sanoki Toto 
Meisho series ; both signed Hiroshige (Sherwood), 18s. 

560 Bizen, Ukazan. Snow scene in the mountains, with a lake and hilly islands 

in the distance ; full-size, oblong ; one of the set Sankai Mitate Sumo> 
(mountain and sea judged as wrestling) ; first edition, signed Hiroshige,. 
and dated 1846 (Punnett), £3 10s. 

561 Kakemono-ye. A falcon on a pine tree ; signed Hiroshige ; dated 1852 

(Balfour), £3. 

562 Enoshima Ryotei Kaijo Chobo (view looking seawards from the Enoshima 

Hotel) ; full-size, upright ; signed Hiroshige ; dated 1854 (Reinemann), 
15s. 

563 Shichi Ri ga Hama (the seven Ri Beach), triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed 

Hiroshige (Tregaskis), £1 8s. 

564 The Sumida River in snow. Two views, one full-size, oblong, from a Yeto 

Meisho series ; and the other the left-hand sheet of a triptych ; both 
signed Hiroshige (Tregaskis), £2. 

565 A fan print: Sparrows and wild rose; dated 1852. — Ryogoku Suzumi O 

Hanabi (grand fireworks, Ryogoku boating) ; the left-hand sheet of this 
triptych, with the rare signature Hiroshige, in which the shige is in Kana 
script (Reinemann), 9s. 



January 25, 1911. 211 



566 Horikiri : View of an iris garden ; full-size, upright ; Plate 56 of the Yedo 

Hyakkei ; from the Happer collection. — Kozuke, Harima san setchu 
(Harima Mountain in snow) ; full-size, upright ; Plate 26 of views of the 
Provinces ; both signed Hiroshige (Gibson), £1 8s. 

FUJI SAN-JU ROK'KEI. 
" The thirty-six views of Fuji," first edition, full-size, upright, published by Tsuta-ya, 
each plate signed Hiroshige, and dated 1S58 ; published 1859. 

567 Tokyo: Ichikoku Bridge; Suruga Cho ; Tokyo. Sukiya gashi ; Tokyo: 

Tsukuda Oki (Spiers), 10s. 

568 Tokyo: O Cha no Mizu (the Tea-water canal) ; Ryogoku Bridge; Sumida 

no Tsutsumi ; Asukayama (Reinemann), 8s. 

569 Zoshi ga ya ; Meguro ; Musashi, Tonegawa ; Shimosa, Koganei ga hara 

(withdrawn). 

570 Musashi : Tamagawa ; Koshi ga ya ; Yokohama ; Honmoku, near Yoko- 

hama (Lapidge), 8s. 
57r Sagami : Miura no Kaigo ; Sagami gawa ; Shichi Ri ga hama ; Enoshima 

(Rennie), 8s. 
571A Sagami : Hakone no Kosui ; Izu : Izu no Sanchu ; Suruga ; Satta no kaijo ; 

Miho no Matsubara (Reinemann), 8s. 

572 Tokaido : Yoshiwara ; Shimada : Oi gawa ; Ise : Futami ga ura ; Shinano : 

Suwa no Kosui (Spiers), 8s. 

573 Shinano : Shiojiri Toge : Kai : Misaka Goye ; Otsuki no hara ; Kai : Inume 

Toge (Hunt), 5s. 

574 Musashi : Kogane ; Kazusa : Kuroda no Ura ; Kazusa : Kasosan ; Awa : 

Hotta no Kaigan (Hunt), gs. 

575 Kazusa : Kasosan. — Awa : Hotta no Kaigan. Duplicates of the foregoing. — 

Takanawa in moonlight ; one of the Sen Ichi Toto Meisho set, printed in 
blue ; signed Hiroshige II (Reinemann), 10s. 

CHINYU (Shozan) and KIGETSU. 

576 A floral group, melons, egg plants, etc. ; an oblong print in two greens, black 

and grey, by a Chinese artist ; signed Shozan Chinyu. — Chrysanthemums 
and water-lily seed pods ; signed " To order," Kigetsu (Bateson), £1 is. 

HOKUSHU and SHIGEHARU. 

577 Three actor prints ; signed Shunkosai Hokushu, Shigharu, and Ryusai Shige- 

haru (withdrawn). 

KOZAN and SHUNKO. 

578 Two Amma fighting ; full-size, upright ; signed Kozan. — Kano Minchi, the 

Osaka actor, as Azuma ; signed Shunko, i.e., Hokumyo's pupil (Reinemann), 
7s. 

KUNIYASU (Ipposai), 1799-1830. 

579 Mitate Ningio Go-nin onna (a selection of five female puppets) ; complete 

set of five full-size upright prints ; all signed Kuniyasu (Reinemann), 

1 OS. 

580 Mitate Ningio Go-nin Nan (a selection of five male puppets), corresponding 

with the foregoing ; all signed Kuniyasu (Reinemann), 10s. 

KUNIMARU and KUNIMASA. 

581 Hashirakaki : Two beauties of the Round Lobster House ; signed Kunimaru. — 

Bust portrait of an actor of the Nakamura School in male character ; 
signed Kunimasa (Harston), £2 5s. 



212 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

KUNIKAZU and KUNIHIRO. 

582 Matsuchiyama (snow scene with a man and woman on an embankment by ai 

river) ; full-size, oblong ; signed Ichijusai Kunikazu. — Arashi Tokusaburo 
in male character, bust portrait ; full-size, upright ; signed Kunihiro 
(Reinemann), 5s. 

KUNITORA and KUNIMITSU. 

583 Futami ga ura. A group of travellers on a beach ; full-size, oblong ; signed 

Utagawa Kunitora. — Portrait of an actor in private life, seated ; full-size,, 
upright ; signed Toyokuni's Pupil Kunimitsu (Spiers), 6s. 
SADANOBU and SADAKAGE. 

584 Maples at Tsuten Bridge ; small size, oblong ; signed Sadanobu. — A windy 

day : A woman struggling against a breeze ; full-size, upright ; signed 
Sadakage (Tregaskis), £1. 

YOSHITSUYA (Ichiyeisai), 1830-1867. 

585 Higuchi no Jiro Kanemitsu, one of the principal retainers of Kiso no Yoshinaka. 

Triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed Ichiyeisai Yoshitsuya, and dated 
1858 (Boot), 12s. 

YOSHITSUYA and YOSHITOSHI. 

586 Fishing by night at Shinagawa ; a very rich blue fan print ; signed Ichiyeisai 

Yoshitsuya. — Nichiren Sado Mikei (Nichiren exiled in Sado), the founder 
of the Hokke-shu sect of Buddhists ; small size, oblong ; signed Yoshitoshi 
(Harston), £3 10s. 

YOSHIYUKI and YOSHIKUNI. 

587 Wild Geese in Rain (the best known print of the 100 views of Osaka) ; signed 

Yoshiyuki. — Two portraits of actors, one on a mirror and the other on ai 
battledore ; both signed Jukodo Yoshikuni (Reinemann), £1. 
ORIGINAL DRAWINGS 

588 The life of the Aino : A set of 120 water-cclour drawings, with Japanese text ; 

in solander box (Tregaskis), £3 10s. 
589 — 591 Toza School. Drawing on silk : A Court lady watching a daimyo's pro- 
cession ; framed. A Noble's boating party amusing themselves with 
music ; framed. Interior of the ladies' quarters in a palace ; framed 
(Reinemann), £3 15s. 

592 Toza School : A Noble and his lady in a boat ; framed (Reinemann), 5s. 

593 Toza School : A Noble at the outer gate of the ladies' quarters in a palace ; 

framed (Reinemann), 5s. 

594 Toza School : A Noble playing the biwa ; without glass (Reinemann), 7s. 

595 Sukenobu (Nishikawa) : Yehon Mitsuwa Gusa (pictures of herbs with three 

leaves), really occupations of women ; vols. II and III of a set of 3, 54 pp. 
of illustrations, in black and white. — Yehon Tsurezure Gusa (pictures of 
grasses in idle moments), really domestic scenes and country life ; vol. 
Ill of a set of 3 (Boot), 12s. 

596 Shunsho(Katsugawa) : Yehon Matsu noShirabe (" Musicof the Pines") picture 

book) ; 1 vol. of a set of 3, 12 pp. of illustrations, in colours (Tregaskis), £1. 

597 Utamaro (Kitagawa) : " Shiohi no Tsuto" (Presents of the Ebb-tide), a picture- 

book of shells, with the exception of the first and last : ladies gathering 
shells on the sea-shore, and ladies playing the game Kai Awase ; 1 vol. 
Yedo, without date ; 8 double-page prints in colours, metals and gauffrage ; 
first edition ; signed Kitagawa Utamaro, sealed Ji.sei Ikke (the spontaneous, 
generation of one's self) (Foster), £14. 



January 25, 191 1. 213 



59S Utamaro : Shiohi no Tsuto. Another copy, slightly altered in the colouring 
(Tregaskis), £12. 

599 Utamaro : Yehon Mushi Erabi (pictures of selected insects) ; two vols, in one, 

first edition, Yedo, 1787 ; 15 double-page illustrations, in colours, mica 
and gauffrage ; preface by Yadoya Mechimori ; published by Tsuta-ya 
Juzabro ; signed Kitagawa Utamaro (Hampton), £15. 

600 Six artists : Otoko Toka, the name of a dance for the 14th day of the 1st 

month ; really poems written by men ; with 6 double-page illustrations, 
in colours ; each signed by one of the following artists : — Kitao Kosuisai 
(Shigemasa), Hakuho son Yekigi, Chobunsai Yeishi, Utamaro, Hokusai 
Sori and (Tsutsumi) Torin ; first edition, Yedo, 1798 ; 1 vol. (Tregaskis), 
£10 10s. 

601 Gyokuran (Hashimoto) : Yezo Kunkoki, a history of the Aino, written by 

Ogawa Issui, the first 3 vols, of a large series ; without date ; black and 
white illustrations ; signed Hashimoto Gyokuran (withdrawn). 
60c: Hokkei (Todoya) : Sansai Tsuki Hyaku shu, (100 poems on the moon) ; r vol. 
privately printed, poems written in 1829, published 1830 ; illustrated by 
Hokkei ; imperfect (Reinemann), 12s. 

603 Masayoshi (Kitao): Gyokai Ryaku Gwashiki (methods of cursive design 

in fishes and shells) ; 1 vol., Osaka, 1813 ; second edition ; signed Keisai, 
sealed Shoshin (Harston), 17s. 

604 Hokusai. Four odd volumes (Reinemann), 6s. 



-2i 4 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February i, 1911. Sotheby's. 

Engravings, Etchings, and Drawings, the property of 
Arthur M. Champernowne, Esq., Totnes, South Devon. 

1 Hogarth, W., Marriage a-la-mode, by Scotin, Baron and Ravenet, set of six 

(R. Ward), 14s. 

2 Hogarth, W., The four times of the day, set of four (R. Ward), £1 6s. 

3 Hogarth, W., The enraged musician, first state (Lindow), 7s. 

4 View of the Falls of Niagara, by F. C. Lewis, after J. Vanderlyn ; and Lieu- 

tenant Moody, by and after R. Pollard (Muller), £1. 

5 The landing of Aeneas in Italy, by J. Mason, after Claude Lorraine ; the same, 

in proof state ; and three others (Davis), £1 10s. 

6 Woollett, W., Roman edifices in ruins, after Claude Lorraine, proof before 

letters (Sotheran), £4 4s. 

7 Woolett, W., Niobe, after R. Wilson, proof before all letters (F. Daniell), 

£5 7s. 6d. 

8 Woollett, W., Meleager and Atalanta, after R. Wilson, and a drawing of same, 

in black chalk (Maggs), 10s. 

9 Woollett, W., Roman edifices in ruins, after. Claude Lorraine, and another 

(Lindow), 10s. 

10 The enchanted castle, after Claude Lorraine, proof before letters, and 

unfinished proof of same (Lindow), £1 is. 

11 Gainsborough, T., George Prince of Wales, by J. R. Smith, etched letter 

proof, fine (Dighton), £29 10s. 

12 Whitmore, Mrs., by C. Turner, after T. Phillips, printed in colours, with full 

margins, fine (F. Daniell), £30 10s. 

13 Children of Charles I, by R. Strange, after Vandyck (Jones), 15s. 

14 Sir Joseph Banks, by N. Schiavonetti, after T. Phillips ; and William Pitt, 

by W. Bromley, after T. Gainsborough, open letter proof, both with full 
margins (Maggs), £1 5s. 

15 Rembrandt, The frame maker, by J. Dixon, fine early impression, with full 

margin (Davis), £66. 

16 A kneeling saint, proof before all letters ; others by C. Phillips, V. Green, 

etc., three proofs (Lindow), 12s. 

17 Peter denies Christ, by J. Walker, after M. Valentin ; The Royal Academy 

of Arts, by R. Earlom, after J. Zoffany (Parker), 14s. 

18 Una, by T. Burke, after A. Kauffman (Vaughan), £2. 

19 Bunbury, H., A sergeant of infantry ; A Grenadier ; A Life Guardsman ; 

A Drummer ; and other soldiers of the English Army, by F. D. Poiron, 
in brown (Lindow), £4 18s. 

20 The cottage girl, by J. Whessell, after T. Gainsborough (Dodd), 12s. 

21 Eton boys at play on the banks of the Thames, by R. Silvester (Breun), £5. 

22 The " Merry Wives of Windsor," by R. Thew and J. P. Simon, after W. 

Peters, a pair ; and "Much ado about nothing," by P. Simon, after the 
same (Strohling), £10. 

23 Illustrations to Shakespeare's plays, by P. Simon, T. Ryder, L. Schiavonetti, 

R. Earlom, R. Thew, C. Watson, and others, after J. Northcote, J. Opie, 
Sir J. Reynolds, W. Hamilton, A. Kauffman, etc. (Borel), £4 10s. 



February i, 1911. 215 

24 Watteau, A., Fetes Venitienr.es, by L. Cars : La Cascade, by G. Scotin ; 

and Les Agreements de L'Ete, by Joulin (Muller), £28. 

25 Portraits of a young boy, and girl, by L. Bonnet, after C. Vanloo, a pair (Muller), 

£5 7s. 6d. 

26 Huet, J. B., Le Matin ; and L'Apres Midi, by Demarteau, a pair, printed in 

colours, one damaged (Strohling), £8 15s. 

27 Maurice de la Tour, by G. F. Schmidt (Strohling), 17s. 

28 Views of celebrated buildings in Paris, by laninet, after Durand, printed in 

colours (Maggs), £6. 

29 Portraits of ladies, children, etc., by F. C. Lewis, after Sir T. Lawrence, 

tinted (E. Parsons), £1 is. 

J. M. W. TURNER'S "LIBER STUDIORUM." 

30 Mount St. Gothard, by C. Turner ; and The Little Devil's Bridge over the Russ, 

by the same, both in the second state (Clough), £3 10s. 

31 The Clyde, by C. Turner ; and Morpeth, Northumberland, by the same, both. 

in the second state (withdrawn). 

32 The landscape, with woman playing the tambourine, by C. Turner ; and 

The castle above the meadows, by the same, both in the second state 
(Clough), £2 12s. 

33 The straw-yard, by C. Turner ; and The Egremont sea piece, by the same 

(Barrett), £2 2s. 

34 Turner, J. M. W., Plates from the rivers of England and other sets, by differ- 

ent engravers, mostly proofs (E. Parsons), £3 12s. 

ENGRAVINGS AND DRAWINGS BY THE OLD MASTERS. 

35 Raimondi, Marc Antonio, St. Cecilia and other Saints, after Raffaelle (Bartsch 

116), very fine, with margin (Gutekunst), £15. 

36 Raimondi, Marc Antonio, Hercules and Antasus (346) ; and Alexander finding 

the books of Homer (267) (Reader), £1 4s. 

37 Berghem, N., Le Patre jouant du flageolet (Le Blanc 9) ; and Le Joueur de 

Cornemuse, called " Le Diamant " (10) (Maggs), £2 2s. 

38 Berghem, N., Les trois vaches eu repos (11), early state, before Berghem's 

name, fine with margin (Obach & Co.), £4 10s. 

39 Berghem, N., The five upright subjects of animals (53-57), two are before 

the numbers (Obach & Co.), £1 is. 

40 Berghem, N., Cows and sheep, from the set of six ; and another (Barnard), 5s. 

41 Bol, F., St. Terome, fine early impression (Trebural), £30 10s. 

42 Bonasone, J., The Miracle of the manna and Moses striking the rock ; and 

The Holy Family, fine (withdrawn). 

43 Barbary, J. de (Le Maitre au Caducee), Judith with the head of Holofernes, 

rare (Clough), £12 10s. 

44 Barbary, J. de (Le Maitre au Caducee), Three naked men fastened to a tree, 

rare (Clough), £22. 

45 Campagnola, Domenico, The Martyrdom of St. Cecilia (Maggs), £1 is. 

46 Lorrain, Claude de, The Flight into Egypt (R. Dumesnil 1), first state with the 

imperfections in the border line (Obach & Co.), £1 12s. 

47 Lorrain, Claude de, The Herd drinking (4), fine ; and two others (Paterson), 

10s. 

48 Lorrain, Claude de, The Dance at the water's edge (6), fine early impression 

(Cclnaghi & Co.), £3 10s. 

49 Lorrain, Claude de, " Le Bouvier " (8) ; The Artist (9), very fine ; and another 

(Strohling), £4 12s. 



216 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

50 Lorrian, Claude de, The Dance under the trees (10), very fine impression with 

margin, slightly stained (Colnaghi & Co.), £4 8s. 

51 Lorrain, Claude de, The Seaport with a large tower (13) ; and The wooden 

bridge (14), both fine impressions, the latter slightly stained (Gutekunst) ,. 
£4. 

52 Lorrain, Claude de, " Le depart pour les Champs " (16), fine ; and two others. 

(Gutekunst), £1. 

53 Lorrain, Claude de, The Rape of Europa (22), first state (Strohling), £1 12s. 

54 Lorrain, Claude de, The four goats (27), fine ; and two others (E. Parsons), 15s. 

55 Cranach, L., St. Christopher ; St. Jerome ; etc., woodcuts (Lindow), £1 6s. 

56 Jardin, Karl du, Etchings of figures, animals, etc. (Obach & Co.), £1 16s. 

57 Diirer, A., The Crucifixion, with an ornamental border ; St. George killing 

the Dragon ; and two other woodcuts (Obach & Co.), £7 5s. 

58 Diirer, A., Three from the set of the Life of the Virgin ; and one from the 

great Passion, woodcuts (Obach & Co.), £4. 

59 Guerino, dit Meschino, A young knight holding a mace, very rare, damaged 

(Barnard), £1 14s. 

60 Hopfer, D., The Virgin and Child with St. Ann ; and two others, before the 

numbers (Lindow), £1 2s. 

61 Leyden, Lucas van, The Virgin and Child ; the four Evangelists ; etc. (Lindow), 

£1 2S. 

62 Leyden, Lucas van, Various Scriptural and other subjects, some copies (Lin- 

dow), £2. 

63 Nothnagel, Portraits and fancy heads ; Landscapes ; etc. (E. Parsons), £1 4s. 

64 Ravenna, Marco da, The Last Supper ; Classical subjects ; etc. (Dodd), 10s. 
(Nearly all the following thirteen lots are from the Barnard Colle'tion.) 

65 Ostade, A. Van, Small male and female heads (Le Blanc 1-4) ; Le Fumeur (5) ; 

and Paysan sonnant du Cor (6), some fine (Lindow), 5s. 

66 Ostade, A. Van, Le Fumeur Riant (7) : Le Vielleur (9), fine ; Le Fumeur a la 

Fenetre (10) ; etc. (Gutekunst), £2. 

67 Ostade, A. van, Small whole-length figures of men (n-13) ; La Grange (14) ; 

and La Tendresse Champetre (15), fine (Reitlinger), £1 6s. 

68 Ostade, A. van, La Devideuse (18) ; Les Pecheurs (19), fine early impression ; 

Le Savetier (20) ; etc. (Dunthorne), £2 14s. 

69 Ostade, A. van, La Poupee Demande (23) ; La Cruche Vide (24) ; and two 

others, all fine (Oabch & Co.), £2 12s. 

70 Ostade, A. van, La Chanteuse (26) ; La Fileuse (27), fine ; Le Peintre (28), 

two impressions, one fine ; etc. (Dunthorne), £4. 

71 Ostade, A. van, L'Homme et la Femme causant Ensemble (31), early state ;. 

Le Benedicite (33) ; Le Coup de Couteau (35) ; etc., some fine (Gutekunst), 
£4- 

72 Ostade, A. van, Les Harangueurs (36), fine early impression (Obach & Co.), 

£1 6s. 

73 Ostade, A. van, Le Remouleur (38) ; Les Musiciens Ambulants (40) ; Le 

Paysan payant son Ecot (41), very fine ; etc. (Strohling), £4 10s. 

74 Ostade, A. van, Le Charcutier (43) ; Le Charlatan (44) ; Le Violon et le petit 

Vielleur (45) ; and another, all fine (Hall), £2 18s. 

75 Ostade, A. van, La Fete sous la Treille (47) ; La Famille (48) ; A la Fete sous 

le Grand Arbre (49) (Dodd), £1 4s. 



February i, 191 r. 217 

76 Ostade, A. van, Le Goute (50) ; and La Danse au Cabaret (51) (Reithinger),, 

£1 ios. 

77 Ostade, A. van, Portrait of Ostade, by J. Gole ; an etching, ascribed to Ostade ; 

The Amorous Boor, by C. Bega : etc. (Lindow), 12s. 

(The numbers in parenthesis refer to Wilson's Catalogue.) 

78 Rembrandt van Rhyn, Portrait of Rembrandt with a drawn sabre (18), fine,. 

with margin (Gutekunst), £10. 

79 Rembrandt van Rhyn, Abraham with his son Isaac (38), fine (Dunthorne),. 

£9 ios. 

80 Rembrandt van Rhyn, Abraham's Sacrifice (39) ; a copy of the same ; and 

Joseph telling his dream (41) (Obach & Co.), £10. 

81 Rembrandt van Rhyn, The triumph of Mordecai (44), fine (Mullcr), £15 ios. 

82 Rembrandt van Rhyn, David on his knees (45) ; and Tobit blind (46) (Stroh- 

ling), £6 5s. 

83 Rembrandt van Rhyn, The Angel ascending from Tobit and his family (48),. 

fine, with margin (Gutekunst), £4 5s. 

84 Rembrandt van Rhyn, Christ preaching (71), very fine and full of burr, with 

margin (Colnaghi), £260. 

85 Rembrandt van Rhyn, Jesus and the Samaritan woman at the well, an arched 

plate (74), fine ; and Resurrection of Lazarus, the large print (77) (Maggs),. 
£1 ios. 

86 Rembrandt van Rhyn, Christ healing the sick, " The Hundred Guilder Piece " 

(78) (Maggs), £25. 

87 Rembrandt van Rhyn, The Descent from the Cross— A Night-piece (88),. 

very fine early impression (Muller), £46. 

88 Rembrandt van Rhyn, Peter and John at the beautiful gate of the Temple- 

(98), second state (Strohling), £6 15s. 

89 Rembrandt van Rhyn, The death of the Virgin (104), fine (Muller), £27 ios. 

90 Rembrandt van Rhyn, A Jew's Synagogue (130), in an early state of the- 

plate before much additional work (Gutekunst), £12 ios. 

91 Rembrandt van Rhyn, The same, in a later state (Strohling), £3 15s. 

92 Rembrandt van Rhyn, The flute-player (185), second state, with the head. 

in the foliage, rare (Strohling), £14 ios. 

93 Rembrandt van Rhyn, Landscape with a peasant carrying milk-pails (210),. 

fine impression of the second state, on Japanese paper ; from the collection 
of R. Dighton (Obach), £98. 

94 Rembrandt van Rhyn, Landscape with a cottage and a Dutch hay-barn: 

(222), fine with large margin (Muller), £250. 

95 Rembrandt van Rhyn, A young man musing (270) (Gutekunst), £11. 

96 Rembrandt van Rhyn, Manasseh Ben Israel (271) (E. Parsons), £2. 

97 Rembrandt van Rhyn, Renier Ansloo (273), fine impression, rare ; and the- 

copy of the same by S. Savry (Maggs), £5 5s. 

98 Rembrandt van Rhyn, Clement de Jonge (274), second state, before the- 

introduction of the arched top, extremely scarce, with large margin ; from, 
the Barnard collection (Obach), £300. 

99 Rembrandt van Rhyn, The same, third state, with the arch introduced, very 

fine (Colnaghi), £55. 
too Rembrandt van Rhyn, The same, fourth state, with much additional work,. 

brilliant impression, with large margins, slightly stained (Gutekunst), £70.. 
101 Rembrandt van Rhyn, The same, fifth state (Parsons), £5 5s. 



2i8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

102 Rembrandt van Rhyn, John. Lutma (278), very fine impression of the third 

state on Japanese paper, with margin (Obach), £22. 

103 Rembrandt van Rhyn, Portrait of Coppenol, the small place (284), third 

state, before the picture on the wall was erased, very scarce (Dunthorne), 
£11. 

104 Rembrandt van Rhyn, Head of an Oriental (289) (Hall), £3 3s. 

105 Robetta, The Virgin and Child with saints (Maggs), £4. 

106 Velde, A. Van de, Etchings of animals, some early impressions (Lindow), 

£3 15s. 

107 Veneziano, Agostino, The Evangelists ; A battle scene ; etc. (Reader), 12s. 
ro8 Visscher, C, Landscapes with cattle, after Berghem ; Portraits, after Van- 

dyck ; others by J. Visscher, some early impressions from the Barnard 
Collection (Reader), 12s. 

CHIARO-SCURO PRINTS, 
iog The Triumph of Julius Caesar, after Mantegna, by Andrea Andreani, the set 

of nine, scarce (Dunthorne), £19. 
no Subjects from the Old and New Testaments, by various Masters, some scarce 

(Gutekunst), £2. 
in Scriptural and other subjects, by various Masters, some scarce (Gutekunst), 
£1 4s. 

DRAWINGS BY OLD MASTERS, ETC. 

112 Angelo, M., One of the Prophets; and Zenobia, black chalk, both from the 

collection of Sir J. Reynolds (Parsons), 5s. 

113 Female head, in the manner of Leonardo da Vinci, red chalk ; Portrait of an 

Ecclesiastic ; and another (Obach), £10 5s. 

114 Bois, E. du, Studies of arms and legs, and two others ; Rembrandt's mother, 

a nearly contemporary copy of the etching, in pen and ink ; etc. (Crome), 
£1 is. 

115 Part of a triumphal procession, from the collection of Sir J. Reynolds ; The 

passage of the Red Sea ; and another (withdrawn). 

116 Vandyck, Sir A., Study for an equestrian portrait, red chalk (Parsons), 5s. 

117 French river scene in winter with skaters ; and three landscapes, by various 

artists (Sabin), £7 5s. 
it8 A series of battle scenes, with designs for head and tail pieces to illustrate a 
work on the campaigns of Louis XIV, pen and wash (Parsons), £2. 

119 Study of a man reclining, by P. Mercier, after A. Watteau, red chalk (Parsons), 

120 Dietzsch, V., The card players, and other subjects, large drawings in bistre 

(Parsons), £1. 

121 Bourgeois, C, Mountainous landscape, signed and dated 1791 ; and two 

others, by different artists (Crome), ns. 

122 Barbiez, J., Portrait of a military officer, whole-length, in pencil, signed and 

dated 1793 (W. Daniell), ns. 

123 Portrait of a girl, circa 1770, in black chalk (Crome), 6s. 

124 Rowlandson, T., Oriental lovers (Reitlinger), £1 is. 

Another Property. 

125 Durer, Albert, The great fortune, cut (Tadcaster), £4 15s. 

126 Durer, Albert, St. Jerome in the desert, fine impression, but damaged (Barnard), 

£3. 



February r, 1911. 219* 

127 Durer, Albert, Christ at prayer in the Garden of Olives, an etching on tirr 

(Bartsch, 19), early impression, damaged (Barnard), £1 12s. 

128 Durer, Albert, Two other impressions of the same (Barnard), £2. 

129 Durer, Albert, Christ expiring on the Cross (24) (Moore), £1 4s. 

130 DUrer, Albert, The great fortune (77) ; St. George on foot (53) ; and another 

(Rimell), £1 9s. 

131 Durer, Albert, The lady and her attendant (82) ; and The Standard-bearer 

(87) (Reader), £1 14s. 

132 Durer, Albert, The Knight and the lady, with Death behind the tree (94)* 

(Reader), £1 18s. 

133 Durer, Albert, Landscape with a cannon (99) (Reitlinger), £1 10s. 

Woodcuts by A . Durer. 

134 Sampson killing the lion (2) ; The Virgin and Child with angels (101) ; The- 

Holy Family (102) ; and another (Reader), £2 4s. 

135 The Passion of Jesus Christ (16-52), the complete set with the exception of. 

the title (Moore), £4 15s. 

136 St. George killing the dragon (in) ; St. Jerome (113) ; and The Patron Saints 

of Austria (116) (Lindow), £1 16s. 

137 Massacre of the ten thousand martyrs (117) ; Martyrdom of St. Catherine- 

(120) ; The Magdalen transported to Heaven (121) ; The Last Judgment 
(124) ; and Herodias receiving the head of St. John (126) (Reader), £2 4s. 

138 Hercules (127) ; Gentleman on horseback, attended by a foot-soldier (131) ; 

" La Danse aux Flambeaux " (ascribed to A. Durer) ; and other woodcuts 
(Lindow), £2 8s. 

139 Leyden, Lucas van, Adam and Eve driven from Paradise (Bartsch, 4) ; Abra- 

ham and the three angels (15) ; Lot and his daughters (16) ; and another 
(Rimell), £1 6s. 

140 Leyden, Lucas van, David playing the harp before Saul (27), with margin 

(Barnard), £3 10s. 

141 Leyden, Lucas van, The triumph of Mordecai (32) ; The two Elders watching 

Susannah (33) ; St. Joachim and St. Anne (34) ; and The Baptism of Christ 
(40) (Muller), £5 5 s. 

142 Leyden, Lucas van, The Resurrection of Lazarus (42) ; St. Joachim and St. 

Anne (34) ; and The Baptism of Christ (40) (Rimell), £1 18s. 

143 Leyden, Lucas van, Christ before the High Priest (46) ; The flagellation of 

Christ (48) ; and three others from the small set of the Passion (Lindow), 
£1 16s. 

144 Leyden, Lucas van, Christ and the Disciples on the Mount of Olives (57), 

from the circular set of the Passion (Maggs), £1 4s. 

145 Leyden, Lucas van, Christ shown to the people (71) (Mason), 10s. 

146 Leyden, Lucas van, Christ shown to the people (71), another impression ; The- 

return of the Prodigal Son (78) ; The Virgin and Child (82) ; The Virgin 
and Child at the foot of a tree (83) ; and two others (Lindow), £1 12s. 

147 Leyden, Lucas van, Christ and the Apostles (86-99), twelve of the set of four- 

teen (wants Nos. 92 and 99) (Moore), £1 10s. 

148 Leyden, Lucas van, The four Evangelists (100-103) (Rimell), £1. 

149 Leyden, Lucas van, St. Peter and St. Paul with the holy handkerchief (105) r 

The conversion of St. Paul (107) ; and St. Christopher (109), fine (Arthur),. 
£1 14s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



150 Leyden, Lucas van, The temptation of St. Anthony (117) ; St. Francis (120) ; 

and The monk Sergius killed by Mahomet (126) (Arthur), £2 5s. 

151 Leyden, Lucas van, The monk Sergius killed by Mahomet (126), an earlier 

impression (Mason), £5 15s. 

152 Leyden, Lucas van, Faith (127) ; Prudence (130) ; Justice (131) ; and Tem- 

perance (133), from the set of The seven cardinal virtues (Rimell), £2 6s. 

153 Leyden, Lucas van, The poet Virgil suspended in a basket (136) (Maggs), £4. 

154 Leyden, Lucas van, The same, two other impressions (Rimell), £2 18s. 

,155 Leyden, Lucas van, Mars and Venus (137) ; and Pallas (139) (Reitlinger), £1. 

156 Leyden, Lucas van, An old woman with a buch of grapes (151) ; The surgeon 

(156) ; The milkmaid (158) ; and another (Barnard), £1 is. 

157 Leyden, Lucas van, Head of a warrior (160) ; A panel of ornament (164) : and 

Children with a helmet, etc. (165) (Barnard), £1 16s. 
J58 Leyden, Lucas van, Two children with a shield and other arms (166) ; Two 

Cupids supporting a shield (167) ; and the arms of the City of Leyden 

(168) (Rimell), £1 14s. 
.159 Leyden, Lucas van, Two circles of Cupids (170) ; a similar subject (171) ; and 

Portrait of a young man with a skull (174) (Moore), £1 2s. 
.160 Leyden, Lucas van, Various subjects from the New Testament (Lindow), 

£2 4 s. 
.161 Leyden, Lucas van, Various Scriptural and other subjects (Reitlinger), £3. 



February 3, 1911. 



February 3, 191 1. Puttick & Simpson. 

2 View of Grosvenor Square, by Pollard, after Dayes (Rimell), £2 4s. 

3 Views of Queen's Square, by Pollard, after Dayes (Rimell), £1 2s. 

4 View of Hanover Square, by Pollard, after Dayes (Rimell), £2 14s. 

C5 Captain Thomas Coram — Enraged musician, and others, after W. Hogarth 

(Goodstein), 6s. 
16 Battle of the Nile, a pair, by Edy, after Whitcomb, aquatints (Parker), £1 18s. 

18 Henry Hope of Amsterdam, and five others, mezzotints (Goodstein), 16s. 

19 Viscount and Viscountess Dungannon, water-colour drawings, a pair (Davis), 

8s. 

21 Shakespeare's Seven Ages of Man, by and after Henry Aiken (Lindow), £1 6s. 

22 Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette ; Fortitude, after Sir J. Reynolds, etc., 

some in colours (Ball), £1 us. 

24 L'Espieglerie, after Eisen ; La Bonne Ruse, and one other, in colours (Michel- 

more), 10s. 

25 Lady seated by a fire, after Martin ; The fortunate tar ; and Shipwrecked 

sailor (Parsons), 12s. 

28 Racehorses, " Dangerous " and " Rowton," by Reeve and Hunt, after Herring, 

and Achievement (Lindow), £1 6s. 

29 A hunting phaeton, by C. Hunt, a/ter Aiken (Lindow), 14s. 

30 Duck shooting, after Morland ; Blue Bonnet ; and other sporting prints (Feres), 

£1 10s. 

31 Sporting prints ; Shooting ; Fishing, etc. (Fores), £1 2s. 

32 Views of St. Petersburg, aquatints (Spencer), £1. 

33 Swiss views, after Wolff, by Descourtes, printed in colours (Rimell), £5. 

41 Mrs. Siddons, by Say, after Lawrence ; ditto as the Tragic Muse, by Haward 

and by Dawe (Graves), £1 14s. 

42 Mrs. Reid as a Sultana, by Dickenson ; and Mrs. Clive as " Phidia," by Faber 

(Parsons), £1 2s. 

43 Augusta, Princess of Wales ; Princess Charlotte ; E. Darwin ; and other 

portraits (Brail), 10s. 

44 Duke of Cambridge ; George III ; Duke of Clarence ; and other portraits 

of the Royal Family, printed in colours, after Gainsborough, Le Brun, 
Beechey, etc. (Lindow), £3. 

50 Scotch views of scenery, by R. A. Riddell, aquatints (Slade), 9s. 

51 Caricatures, coloured, by J. Gillray (Lindow), 16s. 

52 Caricatures, coloured, chiefly by Heath (Taylor), 16s. 

53 Caricatures, by Grimaldi, all coloured (Taylor), 10s. 

54 Caricatures, by Rowlandson, Gillray, coloured (Mitchelmore), 18s. 

55 Landscapes, after Lambert, engraved by Mason (Patterson), ns. 

56 Laurie and Whittle, coloured game, entitled a " Mansion of happiness," 

dedicated to the Duchess of York (Taylor), 9s. 

57 City of Light Horse Volunteers reviewed by Lord Harrington on Wimbledon 

Common, rare ; and Natural history map of South America (W. Daniell), 
10s. 

59 Malton's coloured engravings of Dublin, very fine (Rimell), £2 2S. 

60 Lake views, by John Smith, engraved by Merigot, in a large book (Taylor), £1. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



63 Portrait of Mr. Charles Green, the aeronaut, by J. Hollins (Mitchamore), 17s. 

64 Dinner given to Kentish Volunteers at the Mote, Maidstone, 1799, coloured 

(Taylor), 15s. 

65 Coloured portrait of Lieutenant-General Beauchamp Lygon, Colonel of 10th 

Hussars, by J. Harriss, after Daubrawa (Allison), 19s. 

85 The markets, by M. Dubourg, after J. Pollard, fine set of four aquatints, in 

colours, with large margins (Parsons), £4. 

86 Prudence and Beauty ; and Genius and Beauty, by F. Bartolozzi, after C. 

Cipriani, in red (Parker), £3 15s. 

87 The dance, engraved by F. Bartolozzi, after H. Bunbury, fine circle, in red 

(Brace), £1 10s. 

88 Countess Spencer and child, circle ; Samuel, by Delattre, etc. (3) (Parker), 18s. 

89 Faith and Charity, printed in colours, by Facius (Brail), £1 14s. 

90 Morland, G., Fancy subject, printed in colours ; Infancy and Venus (Ravillion), 

£1 6s. 

91 The nymph of immortality ; and pair of Fancy subjects, by Bartolozzi (Parker),, 

£1 7s. 6d. 

92 Miss Platoff, by j. Godby, printed in colours, scarce (Maggs), £1 10s. 

93 The meeting, finely printed in colours, after Rigaud, by F. Bartolozzi (Barnard),, 

£2 17s. 6d. 

94 Countess of Sefton, proof before letters, by J. Watson (Parker), £3 15s. 

95 Elizabeth, Countess of Pembroke ; and the Rt. Hon."* George Lord Herbert, 

by J. Dixon, after Sir. J. Reynolds (Brail), £2 10s. 

96 Francis George Hare, by R. Thevv, after Sir J. Reynolds, fine proof (Parker), 

£1 6s. 

97 Mrs. Sheridan fetching water, fine impression, cut (Breun), £1 10s. 

98 Sir J. Reynolds as President of the Royal Academy, engraved by V. Green,, 

after a painting by himself (Parker), 18s. 

99 Miss Bowles, by C. Turner, after Reynolds ; and one other (Miles), 10s. 

100 Guardian angels ; Angels ; and Infant academy, by S. W. Reynolds (Miles),, 

10s. 

101 The fortune teller, by C. Turner, and two others, after Reynolds (Bruen), 13s. 

103 Ditto, engraved and published by S. W. Reynolds ; a series of thirty plates, 

published for an illustrated catalogue of works by Sir j. Reynolds, scarce 
(Parker), £1 8s. 

104 Henry, Earl of Pembroke ; John Lord Cardiff ; and others (Barnard), 7s. 

105 Love in a village ; and Youth and Age, a pair of mezzotints, published by 

Carrington Bowles (Brail), 8s. 

106 The benevolent physician ; and The rapacious quack, a pair of mezzotints,, 

published by Carrington Bowles (Macoskie), 10s. 

107 Irish car travelling, by J. Harris, after M. A. Hayes, in colours (Lee), 18s. 

108 Cottagers in winter ; and Summer amusement, after Morland, in colours 

(Lee), 14s. 

109 Battle of Waterloo, in colours (3) ; and key plates (2) ; Funeral of the Duke ; 

etc., in colours (Lee), £2 7s. 6d. 

115 The attack of the Vanguard, by Willmore, after Brierley ; Death of Nelson ;, 

and Wellington and Blucher, after Maclise, a pair (Parker), 13s. 

116 Caricatures, by Dighton, in colours (Dighton), £2 12s. 6d. 

117 Ditto (Addison), £1 17s. 6d. 

119 Caricatures. Dandies, by Cruikshank, in colours ( — ), 14s. 



February 3, 191 1. 223 



120 Caricatures : Le Brun travestied, or Caricatures of the passions, designed 
by Woodward, and etched by Rowlandson, twenty plates, and thirteen 
others (Spencer), £2 17s. 6d. 

131 Fishermen going out ; and Return, by J. Barney, after Wheatley, a pair, 

on strainers (E. Brown), £1 15s. 

132 Countess Gower and Lady Elizabeth Leveson Gower, by Samuel Cousins, 

after Sir Thos. Lawrence, fifth state (F. Sabin), £22 ns. 6d. 

136 George Washington, President of the United States, a rare mezzotint portrait 

(Maggs), £6 16s. 6d. 

137 George Washington, late President of the United States, by P. Roberts, after 

W. Birche ; Plan of the city of Washington, 1800 ; and Plan of the town ; 
and Chart of the Harbour of Boston, 1775, etc. (g) (Mitchelmore), £1. 

139 Views in Italy, by Paul Sandby, a set of six aquatints (Spencer), £1 18s. 

140 The Dipping Well at Hyde Park, by Godby, after Wheatley, in colours (Brail), 

12s. 

141 Edward Lord Thurlow, by Bartolozzi, after Reynolds, etc. (Parsons), £1 9s. 

142 Portraits, by Dighton, in colours (Deighton), 10s. 

JAPANESE COLOUR PRINTS. 

144 Shunshen Ladies at toilet ; and Utamaro, figure subject (Dodd), £1. 

145 Yeizan, Lady shopping ; Toyokuni, Actor ; Kuniyasu, Lady at her toilet 

(Dodd), 18s. 

146 Kuniyoshi, Figure subject ; and one other (Dodd), 14s. 

147 Hiroshige, Three figures on one sheet (Dodd), 15s. 

148 Hiroshige, Landscapes (2) (Dodd), 16s. 

149 Figure subjects, (16) various (Dodd), 13s. 

150 Ditto (20) (Deighton), £1. 

BAXTER OIL PRINTS. 

151 Baxter, Love's letter box (Macnamara), £1 10s. 

152 Baxter, Tropical scene ; and Fruit girl of the Alps (Spencer), £1. 

153 Baxter, The reconciliation, on original stamped mount (Picard), £2 2s. 

154 Baxter, The third day He rose again, ditto (Tucker), 17s. 

155 Baxter, Jenny Lind, ditto (McNamara), £1 10s. 

156 Baxter, The holy family ; and one other, ditto (Ravillon), 10s. 

157 Baxter, The Queen ; and So tired, an original stamped mounts (Parker), 14s. 

158 Baxter, Love's letter-box (Ravillon), 15s. 

159 Baxter, The day before marriage (Ravillon), 17s. 

160 Baxter, Returning from church (McNamara), 14s. 

161 Blond, Le, Summer ; and Winter (Mason), 19s. 

162 Blond, Le, In the Cumberland Lakes (Seade), 8s. 

163 Blond, Le, Flower pieces (Britnell), 7s. 

164 Blond, Le, Terriers at a rat hole (Britnell), 6s. 

165 Blond, Le, On the Rhine ; and Bettws-y-coed (Britnell), 10s. 

MODERN ETCHINGS AND ENGRAVINGS. 

The Property of a Gentleman, sold by order of the 
Executors. 

175 Helen, by J. McN. Whistler, photogravure, in colours (Deighton), 5s. 

176 Ditto, another copy (Deighton), 5s. 



224 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

177 Lady Cockburn and children, by E. Stodart, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, signed 

in colours (Deighton), 13s. 

178 Salisbury Cathedral, by Norman Hirst, after J. Constable, signed proof, mezzo- 

tint (Parker), £2 2S. 

179 Ditto, another copy (Parker), £2 4s. 

380 Stormy noon, Hampstead Sandpits, by and after same, signed proof, mezzotint 
(Parker), £1 16s. 

181 Ditto, another copy (Parker), £1 18s. 

182 Lady Milner, by W. Henderson, after G. Romney, signed proof, mezzotint 

(Thomas), £1 2s. 

183 Ditto, another copy (Thomas), £1 2S. 

184 Lady Hamilton as a "Bacchante," by Joseph B.Pratt, after Le Brun, signed 

proof, mezzotint (Brail), £1 4s. 

185 Ditto, another copy (Hare), £1 2s. 

186 Lady Arabella Ward, by H. Scott Bridgwater, after G. Romney, signed proof, 

mezzotint (Graves), £2 5s. 

187 Gabriella, by H. Scott Bridgwater, after H. Schmalz ; Hero, after Alma Tadema, 

in colours ; and Love in idleness, after the same, signed proofs (Deighton), 
10s. 

188 A kiss ; and Hero, after Alma Tadema, in colours ; and The first swallow, by 

Gaujean, after F. Walker, signed proofs (Fores), 10s. 

189 Andromeda, after Frank Dicksee ; First swallow, by Gaujean, after F. Walker ; 

and Love in idleness, after Alma Tadema, signed proofs (Deighton), 10s. 

190 Mrs. Grove, by H. Scott Bridgwater, after G. Romney, signed proof, mezzotint 

(Harding), £1. 

191 Mrs. Robinson, by Arendzen ; Little Fatima, by G. Robinson, after Leigh ton ; 

and Hero, after Alma Tadema, in colours, signed proofs (Brail), 14s. 

192 Jean Arnolfini and wife, by Schumacker, after J. van Eyck, signed proof, 

etching on vellum (Deighton), 5s. 

193 Ditto, another copy (Chaundy), 5s. 

194 The lock ; and The cornfield, by E. L. Haynes, after Constable, signed proof, 

mezzotint, a pair (Harding), £1 4s. 

195 The legend of the briar rose, after Burne Jones, photogravures, a set of four 

proofs (Binns), 14s. 

196 Lady Camden, by H. T. Greenhead, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, signed proof, 

mezzotint (Yeuleth), 12s. 

197 Mrs. Abingdon as "Roxalana," by T. G. Appleton, after Sir Joshua Reynolds ; 

and Lady Hamilton as " Contemplation," by Wehrschmidt, after Romney, 
signed proofs, mezzotints (Wells), 10s. 

198 Madame de Crespigny, by W. Henderson, after G. Romney, signed proof, 

mezzotint (Graves), £1. 

199 Ditto, another copy (Ravillon), 18s. 

200 Portrait of Rembrandt, by W. Unger, after himself, signed remarque proof 

(Brail), 17s. 

201 Mrs. Maguire and Child, by D. A. Wehrschmidt, after Sir Thomas Lawrence, 

signed proof, mezzotint (Lipscombe), 10s. 

202 Setters at work, by J. B. Pratt, after Heywood Hardy, signed proof, mezzotint 

(Huddersfield), 6s. 

203 Ditto, another copy (Huddersfield), 6s. 

204 The ferry, by Chauvel, after Corot, artist's proof (Deighton), £1. 



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205 Goat-herds, by Beauverie, after Corot, artist's proof (Deighton), £1. 

206 Venice, by Brunet Debaines, after Canaletto, artist's proof (Mayer), 19s. 

207 Notre Dame, original etching by Delauney, ditto (Deighton), 6s. 

208 Autumn leaves, by Chauvel, after Vicat Cole, ditto, on vellum (Huddersfield), 

209 Veiice, by B. Debaiaes, after Ziem, a pair, on vellum (Binns), £1. 

210 Return of the flock, by Henri Vion, after Rosa Bonheur, on vellum, remarque 

proof (Deighton), £1. 

211 The waning of the day, by Ch. Walker, after Jules Breton, a pair, on vellum 

(Huddersfield), £1. 

212 The shepherd, original etching by F. Chaigneau, remarque proof, on vellum 

(Mayer), 19s. 

213 Gallery of modern etchings, including examples by Whistler, Legros, Haig, 

Seymour Haden, etc., on Japan paper, J. S. Virtue & Co., sections 1-10, 
folio (Dighton), £2. 

214 Ditto, on hand-made paper, J. S. Virtue & Co., sections 1-10, folio (Long), 

£1 17s. 6d. 

215 Porthos, by F. Oudart, after J. H. E. Meissonier, signed remarque proof, 

printed on satin ; and " His blood be on us," by Godby, after Singleton, in 
colours (Goutle), 16s. 

216 The disputed path, after A. Beckingham, artist's proofs (Hendricks), 5s. 

217 The last watch, by T. L. Atkinson, after Dickinson, artist's proofs (Binns), 5s. 

218 Queen of Sheba, by L. Giradet, after E. J. Poynter, artist's proof (Brail), 5s. 

222 Reception of Mayors at Buckingham Palace, June 23rd, 1897, after H. Jamyn 

Brooks, signed artist's proofs (36) ; and Key platss (Britnell), 8s. 

223 Ditto, prints, and Key plates (48) (Britnell), 9s. 

225 Her Majesty's birthday, proofs, signed A. Drummond (Hendricks), 12s. 
229 "Suffer me," signed Arthur Drummond (T. Wilson), 10s. 

231 The music lesson, by P. J. Arendzen, after Terberg, signed remarque proof 

(Chaundy), 12s. 

Framed. 

232 Star and Garter, Kew Bridge, showing the Devonport and London Coach, 

aquatint, in colours (Long), £2 2s. 

233 Coursing, after Wolstenholme, aquatints, in colours, set of 4 (Ravillon),£i ios. 6d. 

234 The Roadsters, aquatint, in colours (Long), £3 3s. 

235 Orville, by W. Ward, after Chalon, mezzotint (Fores), £2 ios. 

236 Americana : Storming fort, Oswego, by Havell, after Hewett, printed in 

colours (Long), £5 5s. 

237 The Lock ; and the Cornfield, by D. Lucas, after Constable, mezzotints (Ed- 

wards), £4 4s. 

238 Gipsies, by Ward ; and Cottagers, by Young, after Morland, in colours (Mayne), 

£1. 

239 Maternal care, by Picot, after Monnet, in red (Mayne), 18s. 

240 Cradle hymn, by Facius, after Northcote, in colours (Blyth), £2 12s. 6d. 

241 The Plough, by and after V. Green, in colours (Lee), £1 5s. 

242 Duchess of Rutland, by S. Cousins, after Sanders, mezzotint (Lee), £2 7s. 6d. 

243 On the road to Epsom, by Pollard, a set of four aquatints (Lee), £1 17s. 6d. 

245 Industry and economy ; and companion, by W. Ward, after Singleton, a 

pair of mezzotints (Anne), £14 3s. 6d. 

246 Children dividing fruit, by W. Nutter, after R. Westall, in colours (Greenstreet), 

£2 7s. 6d. 



226 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

247 School boys giving charity to a blind man, by J. R. Smith, after W. Begg, 

mezzotint (Greenstreet), £2 5s. 

248 Queen Charlotte, by Agar, and William Sharp, by himself (Spicer), 18s. 

249 Gen. Washington and family, oval, mezzotint (Mitchelmore), £1 2s. 

250 Battle of Waterloo, June 18th, 1815, by Reeve, after Heath, aquatint, in 

colours (Duff as), £2 zs. 

251 Interior of a barn, by T- Young, mezzotint (Spicer), £1. 

252 Countess Gower and Lady Elizabeth Leveson Gower, by Samuel Cousins, 

mezzotint (Jacobson), £12 is. 6d, 

253 Vale of Dedham, by David Lucas, after Constable, mezzotint (Oldham), 

£2 2S. 

254 Miss Polly Kennedy, by T. Watson, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Barnard), 

£1 12s. 6d. 

255 John Horn Tooke, by W. Ward, after J. R. Smith, mezzotint (Parsons), 5s. 

256 The blind beggar of Bethnal Green, by W. Ward, mezzotint (Barnard), 7s. 

259 Boy and pigs, by W. Ward, after Morland, mezzotint (Boys), 6s. 

260 Death of General Wolfe, by Woolett, after B. West (Boys), 7s. 

261 Noble tips, by G. Hunt, after F. C. Turner ( — ), 6s. 

263 The young dealer ; and Rustic cares, by Williamson, after Morland, in colours 

(Boys), 10s. 

264 Lady Hamilton as Shepherdess, by T. G. Appleton, signed, mezzotint, in 

colours (Brail), £1 4s. 

265 Elephant and Castle ; and Mails leaving the G.P.O., after Pollard, in colours 

(Lee), 16s. 

266 A view on the Highgate Road ; New London Royal Mail ; Four in hand ; 

Mail coach changing horses ; and Opposition coaches, all after Pollard, 
in colours (Lee), 16s. 

267 "Quicksilver" Royal Mail ; Four in hand; Coaching scenes (3), all after Pollard ; 

and one other, after J. Wright, in colours (Lee), 10s. 

268 Mrs. Abingdon as " Roxalana," by T. G. Appleton, mezzotint ( — ), 7s. 

269 Return from market, by Annis, after Morland, in colours (Graves), £1 2s. 

270 The young sportsman, by Lundin, after Madan, oval, in colours (Barnard), 

£2 2S. 

271 Duke of Wellington, by Wagstaft ; and one other (Reigh), 6s. 

272 La Devideuse ; La Liseuse ; and Tricoteuse Hollandoise, by ]. G. Wille, 

after G. Douw, and three others (Pattison), 7s. 

274 Fox hunting, after Shaver (C. Lee), 7s. 

275 Princess Anne of Denmark, by J. Smith, mezzotint ; An oval fancy subject, 

in red ; and one other (Brail), 13s. 
277 Le Billet Doux ; and companion, after Lavricene ; and a landscape, by Appian, 
signed (Lee), £1 14s. 

279 Baxter, Courtship ; and three others (Ravillon), 10s. 

280 Prince Regent, Emperor of Russia, and King of Prussia in Hyde Park, by 

E. Scriven, after Sauerwied (Bruen), ns. 

281 Naval engagement ; and Death of Nelson (Jacobs), 4s. 

282 Rt. Hon. Charles Abbot, by Picart, after Northcote ; Viscount Grandisson ; 

Countess Chesterfield, by Gunst ; and one other (Breun), 16s. 

283 St. Lawrence's Church ; and one other, sand pictures ; and five others (Ham- 

mond), 18s. 

284 Illustrations to Bunyan's " Pilgrim's Progress," by Stothard (Barnard), 9s. 



February 3, 191 1. 227 



285 Four seasons, after Wheatley ; and two others, in colours (Lipscombe), £1 3s. 

286 Mrs. Wolf, by Samuel Cousins, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, mezzotint ; and 

one other (Maggs), 18s. 

288 The corn bin ; and the Horse feeder, by J. R. Smith, after G. Morland, mezzo- 

tints, a pair (Ravillon), £7 5s. 

289 Florizel and Autolycus, by Bartolozzi, after Bunbury ; Apollo and the Nine 

Muses, by Bovi, after Cipriani ; and two others ( — ), £1 2s. 

290 Le Premier pas de L'Enfance, by Regnault and Vidal, after Fragonard (Brail), 

14s. 

291 After Gustav Dore, signed proofs (Hendricks), £1 4s. 

292 Charge of the 21st Lancers at Omdurman, after R. Caton Woodville, signed 

proof (Stocker), 14s. 

293 Ditto, a proof and a print (Allison), 17s. 

294 Silver points, by Sainton ; Chromolithographs ; etc. (Gunn), 14s. 

295 Richard Barwell and son, by W. Dickinson, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Breun), 

9s. 

296 Racehorse " Isonomy," in colours (Jacobs), 5s. 

297 " Billingsgate triumphant," published by Carrington Bowles, mezzotint (J. 

Wilson), 6s. 

298 Scenes from Shakespeare, by Smirke, after Northcote, in colours (Lindow), 

£2 rss. 

299 Lost child ; and companion ; and classical subjects, a pair, in colours (Lin- 

dow), £2 2S. 

300 Fern gatherers ; and others, after Morland, etc., in colours (Brail), £4 10s. 

301 Conversation ; and Ass and pigs, after Morland, in colours (Allison), 12s. 

302 Oxford windows (2) ; Dancing dolls ; John Anderson ; My Jo ; and three 

others (Chaundy), £1 7s. 

303 Henry Gratton, by Scriven, after Pope ; and one other (Maggs), £1 10s. 

DRAWINGS. 

304 A. H. B., Killarney ; another ; and a painting, by L. Hart ; Coast scene 

(Gunn), 5s. 

305 Cox, D., Seascape ; and a Landscape ; and Racing, a pair of varnished prints 

(-), £1. 

306 Portrait of a lady ; and A girl holding a dove, pastels (Mitchelmore), £2 2S. 

PAINTINGS. 
313 Fox hunting (Robinson), £3 5s. 
313 Portrait of William IV (Roberts), 5s. 
316 Sandby, Landscapes, on panel (Haynes), 10s. 

318 Lacy, C. J. de, Near Millwall Docks (Beavis), 7s. 

319 Vorlini, P., Coast scenes with figures, a pair (Misell), 13s. 

320 Gurdon, A., 1896, A river scene (Gunn), 16s. 

321 Cooper, T. S., 1859, Asses and Gipsy encampment ; and one other (Picard), £3. 

322 Niemann, Landscapes and figures (Spencer), £1 7s. 6d. 

323 Naysmyth, P.. Landscape, on panel ; and one other, Horseman and hounds 

(Picard), £3 15s. 

324 Cook, J. B., On the road to Epping; and High Beach (Beavis), 18s. 

325 Portrait of a horse ; and two others (Beavis), £1 5s. 



228 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February 4, 1911. Christies. 

The Property of the late Theodore Lloyd, Haling Cottage, 
South Croydon. 

DRAWINGS. 
i Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1864, Cows on the bank of a stream — 16J x 23J (Samp- 
son), £76 13s. 

2 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1872, Six sheep in a pasture — 7f X 12 (Sampson), £32 us. 

3 Cox, D., Landscape, with two gleaners — 6f X ioj (Agnew), £73 10s. 

4 Davis, F., 1871, Irish Lakes, Killarney, and Glengariffe, a pair — nf x 22 

(Evans), £6 16s. 6d. 

5 Duncan, E., 1863, The Life-boat— 4} X 7 (Purdie), £1 us. 6d. 

6 Fisher, A. E., The Student— n| X 6J (Mitchell), £1. 

7 Foster, Birket, At Clovelly — 8J X 7j (Jas. King), £73 10s. 

8 Foster, Birket, River scene, with cattle watering — 5J x 7f (Mitchell), £57 15s. 

9 Foster, Birket, River scene, with church — 3J X 5 (Gooden and Fox), £25 4s. 
10 Kilburne, G. G., In the garden — 6J X si (King), £5 5s. 

1: Martineau, E., La Belle — n X 9 (Purdie), £6 6s. 

12 Mills, S. F., 1873, "Granny's lesson," R.A. 1873— i8J X i4i (Lister), £7 7s. 

13 Pearson, G., Tintern Abbey; and Coast scene, by B. Whitmore (Mitchell), 

£3 3S. 

14 Shalders, G., Landscape, with a shepherd and sheep : Evening — 9 x 14^ 

(Bowden), £11 ns. 

15 Tayler, E., Madeline : 

" Sweet lips whereon perpetually did reign 
The sunny calm of golden charity." — Tennyson. 
17I X 14 (Sampson), £3 3s. 

16 Tayler, E., Head of a girl — 15^ x n£ (Permain), £5 5s. 

17 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Wolf's hope: Bride of Lammermoor — 4 x 6J, from. 

the collection of J. Ruskin, Esq. (Jas. King), £525. 

18 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Harlech Castle— 6£ X 9 (Agnew), £52 10s. 

19 Williams, A. W., Morning in the Highlands : Gathering the herd — 19 x 29^ 

(Sampson), £10 10s. 

20 Williams, A. W., 1870, On the hills — 17J x 27J (Graves), £11 ns. 

21 Willis, H. B., 1876, Highland Cattle— 5 X 13* (Bower), £2 12s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

22 Barker, T. Jones, Esmeralda and her goat — 29£ X 23J (Pawsey and Payne), 

£2 2S. 

23 Blackman, W., Head of a girl, panel — 10J X 8J (Lloyd), £5 15s. 6d. 

24 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., The drowned lovers, panel — 8J X 12I (Sampson), £10 10s. 

25 Buhlmayer, C, The cattle-drover — 40^ X 36! (Mitchell), £11 ns. 

26 Cole, Vicat, R.A., 1864, The decline of day — 47^ X 7i£ (Sampson), £220 10s. 

27 Conti, Tito, The new weapon — 12 X 8i (Bagot), £31 10s. 

28 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1873, "Found"— 4! X 8 (Sampson), £9 9s. 

29 Cope, C. W., R.A., 1847, Garden scene, with figures, panel — 24^ X 29J (Mit- 

chell), £13 13s. 

30 Crane, Walter, 1896, The rainbow and the wave — 59 X 43J (Sampson), £44 2s. 



February 4, ign. 229 



31 Delobbe, A., Head of an Italian girl — 2o| X 17 (Wallis), £7 7s. 

32 Fildes, Sir Luke, R.A., "Simpletons" — 16 x 26J (Sampson), £115 10s. 

33 Fisk, W. H., The old Noblesse in the Conciergerie during the first French 

Revolution, R.A. 1863—34 X 85 (Mullen), £7 17s. 6d. 

34 Gabe, E., The children's offering, panel — 17J x 14 (Bagot), £6 6s. 

35 Gale, W., Eastern Rose-girls, panel — 20J x 28£ (H. Collins), £9 9s. 

36 Gill, W., Blowing Bubbles, panel — 8£ X 6} (Studholme), £g gs. 

37 Glendening, A. A., View in Surrey, R.A. 1874 — 38 J X 58J (Leggatt), £13 2s. 6d. 

38 Glendening, A. A., 1869, Welsh river scene — 29^ X 49I (Jessop), £5 15s. 6d. 

39 Goodall, F., R.A., Interior of an Irish cabin, panel — 9 x 13J (Leggatt), 

£14 3s. 6d. 

40 Griffiths, T., In the woods: March, R.A 1871 — nj X 16J (Campbell), £3 3s. 

41 Hancock, C, Attack and defence, R.A. 1874 — 19 X 26J (Sampson), 10s. 6d., 

42 Hayllar, Edith, 1888, The first of October, with a portrait of the artist's father 

R.A, 1888— 16J x 23J (Evans), £11 ns. 

43 Heath, Margaret A., "A connoisseur," 1889 — 19 x 14J (Lister), £1 ns. 6d. 

44 Heusch, J. de, Rocky landscape, with peasants and animals, panel; and 

The Adoration of the shepherds, on copper (Collings), £5 15s. 6d. 

45 Hulk, A., A breeze on the Zuyder Zee, panel, R.A. 1876 — 7JX11J (Pawsey 

and Payne), £2 2S. 

46 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1881, Looking down the River Llugy towards Bettws-y- 

Coed — igi X 29J (Wallis), £115 10s. 

47 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1879, Welsh river scene — 23J X 35J (Leggatt), £136 10s. 

48 Leighton, E. Blair, 1878, "The best of friends must part," panel — 8 X 6| 

(Sampson), £15 15s. 

49 Liiinell, J., sen., 1859, Balaam and the Angel — 19 X 27J (Sampson), £30 9s. 

50 MetzMacher, E., 1873, "Apres le Maitre," panel — 21X15J (Leggatt), £28 7s. 

51 Munthe, L., Sunset on the coast of Holland, panel — 16J x 29 (Sampson), 

£54 12s. 

52 Munthe, L., Winter's evening, panel — 23^ X 17J (Wallis), £54 12s. 

53 Muntrie, A. F., 1879, Roses, panel — io| X 8J (Bower), £3 3s. 

54 Patten, G., A.R.A., Venus and Cupid — 24* X 29J, (Mitchell), £4 4s. 

55 Perman, L. E., "Sweet white rose upon an alien bed," R.A. 1899 — i6|X2oJ 

(Cannon), £6 6s. 

56 Pether, Mountainous river scene : Moonlight — 26J x 36J (Nash), 15s. 

57 Philip, J., R.A., 1862, Dolores : A Spanish widow, panel, R.A. 1862 — 

23j X igi (Mitchell), £26 5s. 

58 Pilleau, H., 1871, Journeying in the Far East, R.A. 1871 — gf X. 13J (Sampson), 

£1 is. 

59 Redgrave, R., R.A., 1874, Startled foresters, R.A. 1874 — 27£ X 41! (Jackson), 

£1 ns. 6d. 

60 Schmidt, E. Allan, An old student, panel — 10 X 7\ (Wallis), £26 5s. 

61 Sharp, M. W., "Curiosity" — 23} X 17} (Herring), £13 13s. 

62 Sothern, Miss F., Study of a man's head, R.A. 1874 — 17$ x 13! (Campbell), us. 

63 Titian (after), Diana and Action, by J. Ward, R.A. — 74 x 80 (Richardson), 

£5 15s- 6d. 

64 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Off Margate: A hazy morning — nj x 17^ (Vicars), 

£997 10s. 

65 Windmaier, A., Evening on the Chiem Zee — io£ x 25J (Carey), £4 14s. 6d. 

66 Weber, Th., Mont St. Michel — 42 X 73£ (Sampson), £5 5s. 



230 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

67 Williams, A. W., 1861, Surrey pastures : Leith Hill in the distance — 35 x 59 

(Mitchell), £24 3s. 

68 Wilson, R., R:A., Mountainous river scene — 23J X 29 (Shepherd), £28 7s, 

69 Wood, R. H-, Near Beddgelert, R.A. 1874 — 9J X 13* (Pawsey and Pavne). 

£ 22 S. 

The Property of the late Percy Wigram, Esq., 16, Queen's 
Gardens, Bays water, W. 

DRAWINGS. 

70 Brierley, Sir O. W., 1875, Man overboardin the Baltic Fleet — 22 X 40J (Wilson), 

£29 8s. 

71 Foster, Birket, Bath— 3} X 5J (Tooth), £50 8s. 

72 Foster, Birket, Palazzo d'Aruna Posilippo, Naples, vignette (Vicars), £36 15s. 

73 Humphrey, O., R.A., Portrait of Warren Hastings, black and red chalk — 

i6i X 12 (Leggatt), £8 8s. 

74 Prout, S., Porch of Nuremburg Cathedral — 18 X 13J (Pawsey and Payne), 

£56 14s. 

75 Thorburn, A., 1898, Mallards — 22 X 31^ (Jessop), £30 9s. 

The Property of the late G. Lord, Alderley Edge. 

DRAWINGS. 

76 Cattermole, G., A trout stream — 12^ X 17I (Pawsey and Payne), £5 5s. 

77 Cattermole, G., Old Rowsley Mill— 11 X 15! (Leggatt), £4 4s. 

78 Cox, D., Rocky river scene, Wales — 12J X 19J (Wallis), £7 7s. 

79 Duncan, E., 1858, The Martello Towers — 7J x 19} (Oliver), £12 12s. 

80 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1864, Don Quixote and Sancho Panza — 12 X 9 (Mullin), 

£10 10s. 

81 Hunt, W., Half-timbered houses — n X 15! (Jackson), £5 5s. 

82 Hunt, W., Windlass and boats: Hastings — 5 x 6f (Pawsey and Payne), 

£1 15s. 

83 Hunt, W., Beach scene, with fisher-boy ; and Weir, with figures and eel-traps 

(Leggatt), £1 5s. 

84 Hunt, W., Old shed and cart ; and cottages and well (Pawsey and Payne), 

£7 7s. 

85 Stanfield, C, R.A., A battlefield— 13 X i7i (Purdie), £2 10s. 

PICTURE. 

86 Duncan, E., 1845, Sherwood Forest, and Strawberry Hill, near Mansfield — 

n X 27 (Shepherd), £7 7s. 

Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

87 Prout, S., Old Chateau on a lake — 12 X 9^ (Colnaghi), £12 12s. 

88 Allingham, H., East and West— n| X 15 (Walker), £21. 

89 Prout, S., Interior of Caen Cathedral — 13 X 9 (Lawrence), £15 15s. 

90 Cox, D., Ludlow Castle — 9! by 14 (Sampson), £21. 

91 Frere, Ed., 1873, French peasant children — io£ X 1\ (Lewis), £15 15s. 

92 Stott, W. (of Oldham), Study for " A summer's day," pastel — 94 X i2j (Jack- 

son), £13 13s. 

PICTURES. 

93 Stott, W. (of Oldham), Pasturage by the Sandhills — 23$ X 35i (Patterson), 

£84. 



February 4, 191 1. 231 



94 Meer, F. V., River scene, with angler, panel — n£ X i8i (Walks), £8 8s. 

95 Blommers, B. J-, The firstborn — 12J X i6£ (Wallis), £10 10s. 

96 Bacon, J. H. F., A.R.A., 1904, "In doubt" — 40 X 50 (Sampson), £73 10s. 

97 Ansdell, R., R.A., 1874, A hungry fox, RA. 1904— i2j X 23! (Lister), £13 13s. 

98 Jones, C, On the cliffs, Sussex — 21J X 37i (Collings), £16 16s. 

99 Bonington, Venice — 14J X 17J (Tooth), £16 16s. 

roo Goodall, F., RA., 1897, Overflow of the Nile — 19J X 44 (Sampson), £31 10s. 

101 Boughton, G. H., R.A., Autumn ; and Winter, a pair — 29 x 20 (Sampson), 

£37 16s. 

102 Hardy, F. D., The young photographer, panel — 4! x 6J (Leggatt), £10 10s. 

103 Koekkoek, J. H., 1827, Shipping off the Dutch coast, panel — 20 X 28J (Pawsey 

and Payne), £16 16s. 

104 Melbye, A., 1865, Shipping in a calm — 17 x 27 (Lindlar), £33 12s. 

105 Robert, L., 1831, On the look out — 24 x 19V (Beardmore), £5 5s. 

106 Scheffer, Ary, Mignon, a pair — 14J x SJ (Leggatt), £16 16s. 

107 Scheurenberg, J., 1869, A song of olden times — 16 x 13-i (Sampson), £22 is. 

108 Willems, F., In the studio, panel — 24J x 20 (Sampson), £42. 

109 Bakhuisen, H. V. D. Sande, Cattle in a stream, panel — 7J X nf (Carter), 

£8 8s. 

no Knight, J. Buxton, Chorley Wood Common : Evening — 9} x 15J (Sampson), 

£13 13s. 

hi Knight, J. Buxton, The last load — 9 x n (Sampson), £13 13s. 

112 Hancock, C, A farm : Horses by a pool, panel — 8i x 12 (Permain), £11 os. 6d. 

113 Collins, W., R.A., Sale of the pet lamb — 21 X 25J (Lister), £57 15s. 

11+ Herring, J. F., sen., 1841, " Cetus," winner of the Ascot Gold Cup, 1831, with 
trainer and jockey — 13J X i8i (Fores), £39 18s. 

115 Hunter, Colin, A.R.A., 1869, Glen Falloch— 28 X 47* (Amor), £63. 

116 Pyne, J. B., 1867, Ullswater, from Gowbarrow Park — 33 X 51 (Evans), £50 8s. 

117 Willis, H. B., 1857, Cattle and sheep outside a shed — 19* X 29* (Evans), 

£9 9S. 

118 Moore, H., R.A., Walberswick : After a gale — 21 x 3oi (White), £14 14s. 

119 Moore, C. H., R.A., 18S2-4, Goree Bay, Jersey— 12 X 21J (Reid), £7 7s. 

120 Goodall, F., R.A., 1872, Jochebed — 78i X 61 (Allen), £60 18s. 

121 Johnson, C. E., 1906, Evening in the Meadows — 15J x 23J (Sampson), £2 2S. 

The Property of the late R. S. Coliinge. Esq. 

DRAWINGS. 

122 Brewtnall, E. F., 1884, Blue-beard's wife — 33.V x 24 (Jackson), £14 14s. 

123 Brewtnall, E. F., Robbers — 13J x 26J (Bowden), £12 12s. 

124 Brewtnall, E. F., At Tintagel ; and The Lake, a pair — 6 x 10 (Campbell), 

£4 4S. 

125 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1868, In the picture gallery : The great ancestor — 18A x 

14 (Sampson), £8 8s. 

126 Hague, J. Houghton, 1882, Grandfather's clock— 2oi x 29 (Jackson), £3 5s. 

127 Herkomer, Sir H. von, R.A., 1885, The chamois hunter — 28$ x 19 (Sampson), 

£5 5S. 

128 Hills, R., Deer — 7J X ioi (Bowden), £4 4s. 

129 Kilburne, G. G., Roses — 33I x 24A (Sampson), £13 13s. 

130 Kilburne, G. G., A love song — 6 x Si (Pawsey and Payne), £10 10s. 



232 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



131 Knight, J., 1880, Haymaking in Waifs — 25^ x 39! (Sampson), £22 is. 

132 Prout, S., Market Place, Munich — 16J x 24I (Colaaghi & Co.), £102 18s. 

133 Schmidt, F. J., Group of Oriental figures, with children dancing, with inscrip- 

tion and signature — -13 x i6| (Pawsey and Payne), £6 6s. 

134 Tayler, F., 1870, In full cry — 7j x 10J (Wallis), £5 5s. 

135 Topham, F. W., 1851, Near Kingussie — 11 x 19 (Bowden), £11 os. 6d. 

136 Varley, J., Cader Idris, North Wales — 10 x 14J (King), £g 9s. 

137 Watson, J. D., 1888, Under the greenwood tree — i2i x 18J (Sampson), 

£5 5S. 

PICTURES. 

138 Ansdell, R., R.A., 1874, Goat-herd of the Alhambra — 23J x 14* (Vicars), 

£22 is. 

139 Bottomley, R. O., Ayr old mill — igl x 26^ (Collings), £2 2s. 

140 Bryant, H. C, 1879, The vegetable market, panel — 23 x 35 (H. Collings), 

£13 13s. 

141 Crain, R. H., 1882, The favourite — 35^ X 27J (Port), £4 4s. 

142 Gordon, R. J., Sophia Western sees Tom Jones with Lady Bellaston — 44 x 29J 

(Campion), £11 us. 

143 Grant, W. J., The last appeal to Loyalty, panel — 18 x 24J (Mitchell), £4 4s. 

144 Grant, W. J., The Tower, February, 1553 : The last reliques of Lady Jane 

Grey, panel — n£ x 10 (Epps), £4 14s. 6d. 

145 Harding, J. D., Mountain stream — n£ x 16J (Sampson), £9 9s. 

146 Herkomer, Sir H. von, R.A., The chamois hunter's farewell — 23J x 14J 

(Sampson), £11 us. 

147 Hillingford, R., 1871, A Royalist in danger — nf x 15I (Sampson), £11 os. 6d. 

148 Hughes, Edwin, 1879, The love song — 23J x 42 (Mitchell), £6 6s. 

149 Kilburne, G. G., Nydia — 82 x 47 (Sampson), £6 6s. 

150 Lingelbach, J., The interior of a prison, with four peasants, panel — 9 x 7 

(Clarke), £9 9s. 

151 Linton, W., Lucerne; and the companion, a pair — 10J x 13J (Campbell), 

£5 5S. 

152 Maclise, D., R.A., 1853, The Falconer — 23J X 17J (Lister), £15 15s. 

153 Pyne, J. B., 1863, Gulf of Spezzia — 23^ X 32$ (Mitchell), £34 13s. 

J54 Troyon, C, A pasturage in Normandy; purchased from the artist byM. Doche 
in 1854 — 20J x 28A (Sampson), £73 10s. 



February ir, 191 1. 233 



February 11, 191 1. Christies. 

The Property of the late Alexander Casella, Esq., 
Wetherby Road, S.W. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Illustrations from various missals representing Persian figures, six, in two 

frames (Durlacher), £12 12s. 

2 Double-page illustration from a missal representing figure subjects, with 

floral borders ; and three other figure subjects (Durlacher), £17 17s. 

3 Michelangelo, M., Study of two figures, pencil ; and Head of a man, black and 

red chalk (Campbell), £2 5s. 

4 Bellini (after), A Doge and a Councillor on a terrace — 8i x 7 (C. Davis), 

£6 6s. 

5 Berchem, N., Landscapes, with travelling peasants and animals, a pair black 

and red chalk — 8i x 12A (Mans), £44 2s. 

6 French School. Head of Napoleon, pencil — 8£ X 6 (C. Davis), £2 2s. 

7 & 8 Guercino, River scene, with figures, sepia, from the collection of Sir T. Law- 

rence, P.R.A. ; and River scene, with figures by a tree, by A. Carracci, 

pen and sepia. — Italian School. Madonna and Child, sepia, heightened 

with white ; and Heliodorus, after Raphael, sepia (Amor), £3 3s. 
9 Tissot, J. J., Studies of figures, etc., seven in five frames, pencil and pen and 

ink (Leggatt), 10s. 6d. 
10 Tissot, J. J., Heads of Japanese gentlemen, five in two frames, red chalk 

(Carfax), £1 2s. 
n Venetian School. Illumination from a Venetian Ducale, with a portrait of 

Nicholas de Ponte ; and the companion, in carved Tabernacle frames 

(Buttery), £26 5s. 

PICTURES. 

12 Aiken, Allegorical subject, panel — 12 x 20 (Huggins), £12 12s. 

13 Breughel, Landscape, with market-carts and figures, copper — 5 x 7f (Aur- 

miller), £6 16s. 

14 Campidoglio, Fruit — 28 x 46^ (Col'.ings), £4 4s. 

15 Caravaggio, Abraham's sacrifice — 40 x 54 (Sharpe), £13 13s. 

16 Corot, J. B. C, Italian landscape, with buildings 7J x nj (Paterson), 

£16 16s. 

17 Corot, J. B. C, A moat ; and Landscape, with a church (Paterson), £13 13s. 

18 Domenichino, Tobit and the angel — 18 x 13J (Johnston), £7 7s. 

19 Elsheimer, The Judgment of Paris, and other figures, on copper — 6 x 8 (Pawsey 

and Payne), £6 6s. 

20 Sassoferrato, The Madonna, in red and blue dress, with the Infant Saviour — 

28J x 23J (Sharpe), £5 5s. 

21 Furini, Francesco, Hylas seized by the nymphs — 68 x 91 (Collings), £9 9s. 

22 Heist, Van cer, Captain Cornelis Jansz Witsen receiving from Lieut. Oetgens 

van Waveren congratulations on the conclusion of the Peace of Munster 
(a group of four figures from the picture at Amsterdam) — 42 X 53 (Cubitt), 
£19 19s. 



-234 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

23 Italian School. Heads of a lady and a gentleman, a pair — 13J x 14 (Dowdes- 

well), £33 12s. 

24 Italian School. The Birth of the Virgin, panel — 15J x 24 (Cubitt), £2 2s. 

25 Italian School. The Madonna and Child, enthroned with Saint Anne, panel — 

10-J x 14 (Hicks), £1 ns. 6d. 

26 Italian School. Head of a lady ; and Head of Eleanor de Bourbon, circular, 

panel (Greene), £5 15s. 6d. 

27 Italian School. Virgin and Child, panel ; The Virgin, circular, ditto ; and 

Madonna and Child, oval (Paterson), £29 8s. 
-28 Rubens, Portrait of the Archduke Albert — 30 x 22, Bernal Collection (Paterson) , 

£54 12s. 
29 Spanish School. Portrait of a lady, with lace collar and red rosettes — 32 X 27 

(Paterson), £136 10s. 
.30 Spanish School. Gentleman on horseback ; and The Magdalen (Moscheles), 

£7 7s. 

31 Teniers, D., Landscape, with peasants outside a cottage, panel — 6 X 8 (Roe), 

£9 9S- 

32 Vos, C. de, Ambrogio Marchesi di Spenola, in breastplate and embroidered 

doublet — 31 X 23J (Dowdeswell), £162 15s. 

The Property of Henry Lee Warner, Esq., Walsingham 
Abbey, Norfolk. 

PICTURES. 

33 Portrait of Lord Courthorpe, sculptured oval — 28^ X 23 J (Gooden and Fox), 

£68 5 s. 

34 Woody landscape, with a bridge, waterfall and figures — 48 x 39 (Makeham), 

£23 2S. 

35 Canaletto, The Rialto ; and San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice, a pair — 13 x 24^ 

(Gooden and Fox), £65 2s. 

36 Carracci, Madonna and Infant Saviour — 34J x 26 (Gooden and Fox), £52 10s. 

37 Cuyp, A. (after), Peasants and cattle — 24^ X 31 (Howard), £21. 

38 Guardi, F., The Dogana ; and The Church of the Redentore, Venice, a pair — 

7i x 9 (Sabin), £756. 

39 Heemskirk, E. van, Interior, with monks singing, panel — ni x 9J (Lucas), 

£13 13s. 

40 Michau, T., Landscape, with a village, cart, figures and animals, panel — 

21 x 3oJ (Richardson), £26 5s. 

41 Mieris, F. van (the younger), An artist and a connoisseur, signed and dated 

1742, panel — 13 x n£ (Roberts), £54 12s. 

42 Milbourne, H., River scene, with barges, figures and cattle — 24J x 29J (Pawsey 

and Payne), £17 17s. 
.43 Pape, A. de, Man, seated, holding a glass, panel — nf x 8J (Partridge, Lewis 
and Summers), £72 12s. 

44 Ruysdael, Sea piece, with boats in a breeze — 19 x 25 (Partridge, Lewis and 

Simmons), £357. 

45 Swanevelt, H., Landscape, with a ruined castle, an artist, etc. — 25J x 37 

(Gooden and Fox), £10 10s. 

46 Utrecht, A. van, Fruit and still life on a table, signed, and dated 1639, panel 

— 42 X 56J (Dowdeswell), 73 10s. 
.47 Velde, Van de, Shipping in a calm — 40 X 50 (Scott and Turner), £33 12s. 
.48 Veronese, The Magdalen — 16J X 14J (Woodrow), £12 12s. 



February n, 191 1. 235. 



Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

49 Italian School. Roman battle scene, gouache, a fan mount (C. Davis), £29 8s.. 

50 Rowlandson, T., 1788, Chevalier d'Eon, fencing with Sergeant Leger of the 

Guards — 13! x 20J (Coureua), £178 10s. 

51 Early English School. Mrs. Henry Seymour {nee Jane Hopkinson), and her 

young daughter— 17 X 18 (Paget), £47 5S. 

52 Gardner, D., Major Andre, in scarlet uniform and white vest — ir x 9 (Gooden 

and Fox), £52 10s. 

53 Early English School. Mrs. Robert Hodshon Cay (nee Elizabeth Liddell),. 

in blue striped dress, with black lace shawl, pastel — 27I x 22 J (Doig, 
Wilson & Co), £315. 

54 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., Miss Hartley, daughter of David Hartley, Esq., . 

pastel, oval — ni X 9* (Leggatt), £32 ns. 

55 Hamilton, H. D., R.H.A., Lady Menzies, in blue and white dress, with black 

shawl, pastel, oval — 8£ X 6| (Newton), £7 17s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

56 French School. Cupids, a pair — 28| X 39J (Wade), £35 14s. 

57 Goya, F., Interior of a Spanish tavern — 24 X 29 (Gooden and Fox), £t99 ios. 

58 Vliet, H. van, Interior of Rotterdam Cathedral — 22J X 26J (Gooden and 

Fox), £15 15s. 

59 Vertangen, D., Lan: scape, with Bacchanalian figures; and Figures, before a 

cottage, unframed panel (Tatham), £5 5s. 

60 Flemish School. Martyrdom of two Saints, panel — 8i x 8i (Buttery), £13 13s. 

61 Ward, J., R.A., Disobedience detected — 27 x 35J (Glen), £189. 

62 Hogarth, The Frederick Family : Eight figures standing before a mansion — 

34 x 33 (Tracey), £27 6s. 

63 Thys, A., Landscape, with peasants and animals, signed A. Tyssens — 29 X 24- 

(Hoet), £ir rrs. 

64 Parmigiano, Madonna and Child, with Saint John and two angels, panel — 

i6£ x 12J (Nicholson), £ro ios. 

65 Early English School. Miss Fanny Melville, as a gipsy — 55^ x 44 (M. Harris), 

£78 15s. 

66 Lawrence, A sculptor, said to be Canova — 48J x 39 (Partridge, Lewis and 

Simmonds), £120 rss. 

67 Morland, G., Shed, with peasant-boy and pigs — 19 x 23V (Nicholson), £16 16s. 

68 Stubbs, G., R.A., Waldershare Park, Kent — 28 x 49 (Toogood), £220 ios_ 

69 Ryley, R., Squire Thomhill and Olivia— 11 x 13J (Lewis), £33 12s. 

70 Morland, G., i8or, Tom Oldacre and the old Berkeley Hounds — 39J X 49! 

(Agnew), £283 ios. 

71 Scott, S., Old Westminster Bridge — 33 x 69 (Leggatt), £52 ios. 

72 Hondecoeter, Turkeys and poultry — 59 X 48 (Gooden and Fox), £84. 

73 Werff, A. van der, Interior of a cavern, with two boys and a girl playing cards, 

panel — 14! X 12 (Smith), £47 5s. 

74 Dutch School. Village Carnival — 10J x 9 (Robinson), £5 5s. 

75 Schouman, A., Peacock and ducks, unframed — 17J X 13$ (Wells), £3 13s. 6d. 

76 Dutch School. Lady, in brown and white dress — 22 X 18 (Buchler), £11 us. 

77 French School. R. de Beaune, Archbishop of Sens, in dark dress and cap, 

panel — 13 X 10J (Dowdeswell), £52 ios. 



236 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

78 Dutch School. Lady, standing by a table, unframed, panel — 13 J x 9 (Bulwer), 

£4 4S. 

79 Early English School. Admiral Samuel Graves, Commander of the British 

Fleet at the time of the American War — 49 x 39 (Agnew), £546. 

80 Konninck, P. de, Distant view of Haarlem, figures in the foreground — 21 J x 33! 

(Sabin), £315. 

81 Canaletto, A., Approach to a palace at Rome — 28 X 43A (Lucas), £115 ios. 

82 Canaletto, A., View in Rome, with stonemasons — 34 X 28J (Lucas), £94 ios. 

83 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., Portrait of Mr. Hunter — 50 X 40 (Sully), £367 ios 

84 Mierevelt, Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange, in armour, panel — 25J X 19 

(Bluett), £31 ios. 

85 Veronese, P., Lady, in black and white brocade dress, with pet dog — 48 x 4o£ 

(Smith), £57 15s. 

86 Goyen, J. van, River scene, with village, ferry, boats and figures, panel — 

26J X 39 (Cohen), £21. 

87 Canaletto, The Doge's Palace ; and Grand Canal, Venice, a pair — 23J X 37i 

(Gooden and Fox), £220 ios. 

88 Canaletto, Santa Maria della Salute, Venice — 28J X 38J (Gooden and Fox), 

£31 ios. 

89 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., Mrs. Hill, in dark cloak edged with fur, panel — 

31J X 23 (Gooden and Fox), £283 ios. 

90 Morland, G., "The country butcher" — 244 X 29^ (withdrawn). 

91 Whitcombe, T., Sea pieces, with shipping, a pair — 15^ x 20 (Paget), £30 9s. 

92 Vecchio, Palma, Holy Family, with Saint Elizabeth, Saint John, and a female 

saint — 44 x 54 (Pawsey and Payne), £78 15s. 

93 Hone, N., R.A., 1768, Mrs. Anastatia Blake-Forster, daughter of Sir Ulic 

Blake, of Menlough, Castle Barnet— 29 X 24} (Agnew), £1,102 ios. 

94 Early English School. Robert Blake-Forster (" The Blake-Forster "), when 

a boy — 21J X 18 (Dowdeswell), £73 ios. 

95 Early English School. Mrs. Mills, in white dress with pink bow — 29! X 25 

(M. Harris), £273- 

96 Ramsay, A., 1750, John Craigie, Esq., of Glendoick, Perthshire — 29 X 24 

(Lacey). £27 6s. 

97 Ruysdael, S. van, River scene, with church, panel— 16 X 27J (Nalder), £52 ios. 

98 Inskipp, J., "The flower-girl" — 49 x 39 (Clarke), £33 12s. 

99 Hobday, W.A., Lady, in white dress and white sash, panel — 29 X 24 (Agnew), 

£1,417 ios. 

100 Flemish School. Head of a lady — 18J X i5i (Howard), £3 3s. 

101 Lawrence School. Major John Griffiths, in the uniform of the 94th Regiment ; 

and Portrait of Mrs. Griffiths, a pair — 36 X 27£ (Morgan), £50 8s. 

102 Vlieger, S. de, The Coast at Scheveningen, with figures, horses and boats, 

panel — 35^ X 61 (Wells), £162 15s. 

103 Poussin, N., Mary Magdalene, anointing the feet of Christ — 47J X 67 (Clarke), 

£27 6s. 

104 Momper, Woody landscape, with Phillip meeting the Ethiopians, panel — 

23} X 33 (Howard), £11 os. 6d. 

105 Raffaelle (after), La Belle Jardiniere — 46 x 30 (Willett), £36 15s. 

106 Francks, Tower of Babel, panel — 29 X 41 (Cohen), £10 ios. 

10/ Hobbema, Woody landscape, with figures — 23J X 28J (Grant), £6 6s. 
108 Ruysdael, River scene, with ferry-boat, panel — 15 J X 23I (Kuhlmann), 
£30 9s. 



February n, 1911. 237 



109 Canaletto, A., View in Rome, with St. Peter's and the Castle of St. Angelo — 

37i X 58J (Glossop), £84. 
no Fabris, P., View at Naples ; and Castle, on the Italian coast, with figures, 

a pair — 40 x 61 (Lucas), £6S 5s. 
in Weenix, J. B., Dead game and implements of the chase — 38J x 30 (Smith), 

£52 10s. 

112 Dyck, Van (after), Charles I on horseback — 26 X 22 (Grant), £7 7s. 

The Property of Sir John Grey Hill, Mere Hal!, 
Birkenhead. 

DRAWINGS. 

113 Bodichon, Madame, Beach scene — nj X 21J (Louis), £1 ns. 6d. 

114 Cotman, View on the river at Thorpe, Norwich — 15J :■ 29^ (Leggatt), £5 15s. 6d, 

115 Ellis, Tristram, 1900, Scene of the Holy Fire, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, 

Jerusalem — 20 X 13J (Ellis), £3 13s. 6d. 

116 Rossetti, D. G., 1872, Head of a lady, a study in black and red chalk — 33J X 

24 (Spencer), £75 12s. 

PICTURES. 
British School. 

117 Arnald, G., A.R.A., The old " Bellerophon," anchored in the Medway — 

i5i X 23 (Lewis), £21. 

118 Bonington, Straw-bagers off Margate, panel — 12 J X 25 J (Beckendorff), £5 53. 

119 Burne-Jones, Sir E., Saint Barbara, Saint Dorothea, and Saint Agnes — 33 X 33 

(Gooden and Fox), £168. 

120 Constable, J., R.A., River scene, cattle in the distance — 13J X 17} (Angeli), 

£29 8s. 

121 Constable, View on the Stour — 33 x 56 (Simpson), £33 12s. 

122 Constable, Landscape, with trees and cottages — 24 X 29 J (Eustace), £6 6s. 

123 Crome, Woody road scene, with figures and dog, panel — 12J X 15 (Gooden 

and Fox), £11 ns. 

124 Hughes, Arthur, The pet of the farm — 24 X 16J (Louis), £33 12s. 

125 Romney, G., Lady, in blue dress and powdered hair — 25 J X 2o£ (Wheatley), 

£68 5 s. 

126 Romney, G., The haughty dame : Lady, in white dress, with auburn hair — 

24 x 19 J (Smith), £94 10s. 

127 Shayer, W. J., 1853, The harvest field : Morning; and Milking-time : Evening, 

a pair — 19 X 26J (Mitchell), £42. 

128 Vincent, G., River scene, with cottages, boat and cart — 23^ X 29 (Leggatt), 

£28 7s. 

129 Watts, G. F., R.A., John Singleton Copley, first Lord Lyndhurst, in red robes 

23i X 19! (Turner), £54 12s. 
430 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., Landscape, with farm buildings and cattle — 10} x 17$ 
(Angeli), £9 19s. 6d. 

Dutch, German, and Italian Schools. 

131 Baldung, Hans, Wolff Feurleger, in black dress and cap, panel — 17} x 12} 

(Agnew), £99 15s. 

132 Bonfigli, Madonna and Infant Saviour, panel — 22 X 16J (Pawsey and Payne), 

£60 18s. 

133 Cenini, Madonna, in red dress and blue cloak, with the Infant S^nour, panel 

— 26J X I7i (Graystone), £105. 



238 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

134 Compe, Jan Ten, Haarlem from the River Spaarne, 1750, panel — 17 X 24J 

(Mans), £31 10s. 

135 School of Lorenzo di Credi. Madonna and Child, with the infant Saint John, 

panel — 27 X 16 (Greystone), £63. 

136 Franken, F., Picture gallery in the Doria Palace, Genoa — 47 X 35 (Simpson), 

£44 2S. 

137 German School. Gentleman, in black dress trimmed with fur, holding a book 

and gloves ; and Lady, in black dress with fur, holding her gloves, a pair ; 
panel — 32 X 27! (Wagner), £75 12s. 

138 Italian School. An artist, holding a pomegranate and a paint-brush ; Madonna 

and Child on the reverse, panel — 19 x 14^ (Renton), £44 2s. 

139 Italian School. Madonna and Infant Saviour, panel — 24 X 16 (Collings), 

£6 6s. 

140 Moroni, Gentleman, with dark dress and cap — nj X 9 (Angeli), £22 is. 

141 Neefs, P., and Francks, F., Interior of the Jesuits' Church, Antwerp, panel 

— 26£ x 40J (Gooden and Fox), £54 12s. 

142 Pourbus, Boy, in dark green dress, holding a pomander— 14J X 12 (Metch- 

kovsky), £10 10s. 

143 Scheuffelin, Hans, Musician, holding a flute and a glass of wine, panel — 21 X 16 

(Obach), £36 15s. 

144 Spagna, Lo, Madonna and Infant Saviour, with two cherubs, panel — 17 X 12 

(Elston), £63. 

145 Terburg, The trumpeter : An officer, seated at a table, a trumpeter standing 

before him — 19! X 15 (Coxon), £94 10s. 

146 Velde, Van de, Shipping in a calm — 13 X 16 (Buchler), £15 15s. 

147 Vlieger, S. de, Coast scene, with sailing-boats, panel — 17 X 22j (Abraham), 

£31 ios. 

148 Wolgemut, The Crucifixion, panel — 27i X 20 (Nicholson), £35 14s. 



February 17, ign. 239 



February 17, 1911. Christie's. 

Etchings by D. Y. Cameron and J. M. Whistler, the 
Property of a Gentleman. 

D. Y. CAMERON. 

1 Burnmouth, 1888 ; and the Cliffs of Aberdeenshire, 1889 (four only printed) — 

undescribed (Davidson), £4 4s. 

2 The Clyde at Symington ; and Ailsa, 1888 — undescribed (Lane), £2 12s. 6d. 

3 Aberdeen Bay (W. 3) ; and Bennan (W. 5) (Davidson), £4 14s. 6d. 

4 Highland Kitchen (W. 7) (Davidson), £5 5s. 

5 White Horse Close (W. 11) (Lane), £5 5s. 

6 Tayside (W. 14) ; Houses of Parliament (W. 16) ; and Thames Wharf (W. 17)1 

(Obach), £13 13s. 

7 Thames Barges — second state (W. 19) ; and Across the Sands (W. 22) (Obach), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

8 Sunset (W. 30) ; and Unicorn, Stirling (W. 28) (Davidson), £15 15s. 

9 Broomielaw (W. 32) (Connell), £9 19s. 6d. 

10 The Stairs, Rowallan (W. 36) (Maggs), £9 9s. 

11 Amsterdam — undescribed (Obach), £4 14s. 6d. 

12 Van Og's (W. 39) — second state (Dunthorne), £8 8s. 

13 A lady of Holland (W. 41) (Davidson), £4 4s. 

14 The Dolphins (W. 42) (Davidson), £11 ns. 

15 Zaandam Windmills (W. 43) — second state (Maggs), £4 4s. 

16 Storm : Sunset (W. 45) (Davidson), £5 5s. 

17 The Rokin (W. 46) (Davidson), £8 18s. 6d. 

18 Marij (W. 48) (Davidson), £5 5s. 

19 The Arch (W. 49) (Davidson), £8 18s. 6d. 

20 Dutch Damsel (W. 50) (Connell), £16 16s. 

21 Market Boat (W. 51) ; and Canal, Amsterdam (W. 52) (Davidson), £19 19s. 

22 Jan (W. 53) (Davidson), £6 16s. 6d. 

23 Dutch Farm (W. 54) (Agnew), £8 18s. 6d. 

24 Windmill (W. 55) (Dunthorne), £23 2s. 

25 Interior, Holland (W. 58) ; and Tabak en Sigaren (W. 59) (Davidson), £11 us. 

26 Three Vagrants (W. 63) ; and A Dutch Village (W. 65), (Agnew), £19 19s 

27 Lecropt (W. 69) (Dunthorne) £26 5s. 

28 Border Tower (W. 71) (Agnew) £26 5s. 

29 Old Houses, Stirling — (W. 72) first state, before the plate was reduced (Obach), 

£13 13s. 

30 Tintoret's House (W. 73) (Maggs), £7 17s. 6d. 

31 St. Mark's, Venice (W. 74) (Dunthorne), £36 15s. 

32 Paolo Salviati (W. 75) (Connell), £4 4s. 

33 Ponte Vecchio, Florence (W. 76) — first state, before the plate was reduced 

(Connell), £26 5s. 

34 Veronica (W. 77) (Frost & Reed), £24 3s. 

35 Bridge of Sighs (W. 78) (Lane), £5 5s. 

N 



240 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

36 The Butterfly (W. 79) ; The Two Monks (W. 80) ; and A Soldier of Italy 
y (W. 81) (Obach), £11 us. 

37 A Venetian Fountain (W 82) (Davidson), £5 5s. 

38 The Monastery (W. 83) — second state (Obach), £12 12s. 

39 San Giorgio, Maggiore (W. 84) (Dott), £29 8s. 

40 The Palace Doorway (W. 85) (Connell), £44 2s. 

41 Venice from the Lido (W. 87) (Davidson), £17 17s. 

42 Two Bridges (W. 88) (Obach), £13 13s. 

43 The Wine Farm (W. 89) — second state (Davidson), £14 3s. 6d. 

44 The Confessional (W. 90) ; and Via ai Prati (W. 92) (Davidson), £11 sn. 

45 A lady of Genoa (W. 93) ; and a sketch of Venice (W. 95) (Obach), £7 7s. 

46 Porto del Molo, Genoa (W. 96) (Davidson), £12 12s. 

47 Farm Gateway, Campagnetta (W. 97) (Maggs), £17 17s. 

48 Church Interior, Venice (W. 98) — first state, before the plate was reduced 

(Dunthorne), £36 15s. 

49 Title Page to the North Italian set (W. 100) ; and Night — undescribed (Obach), 

£4 4S. 

50 The Smithy (W. 103) — first state ; and an impression taken from the worn 

plate after it had been scored across (Maggs), £21. 

51 Dryburgh (W. 104) ; and Ye Banks and Braes (W. 105) (Maggs), £11 us. 

52 Dieppe Castle (W. 107) (Dunthorne), £32 11. 

53 Cour des Bons Enfants (W. no) — second state (Connell), £23 2s. 

54 Gargoyles (W. in), (Maggs), £13 13s. 

55 The Vale of Clyde (W. 122) (Dunthorne), £21. 

56 The Palace of the Stuarts (W. 113) — trial proof (Davidson), £28 7s. 

57 Broad Street, Stirling (W. 114) (Davidson), £16 16s. 

58 Boquhapple (W. 115) (Dunthorne), £19 19s. 

59 A Venetian Palace (W. 117), (Dott), £48 6s. 

60 The London Set : series of Twelve Views in London (W. 118 — 129) (Davidson), 

£94 1 os. 

61 Roslyn (W. 130) (Agnew), £29 8s. 

62 The Sentry, 1899 — undescribed (Parsons), £4 4s. 

63 The Crucifix (W. 131) — first state (Connell), £26 5s. 

64 St. Mark's : Number two (W. 132) (Dunthorne), £31 10s. 

65 Abbazia (W. 133) — first state (Connell), £40 19s. 

66 The Rialto (W. 134) (Agnew), £24 3s. 

67 Siena (W. 135) (Connell), £29 8s. 

68 Venetian Street (W. 136)— second stage (Tooth), £12 12s. 

69 Joannis Darius (W. 137) (Connell), £45 3s. 

70 Ca D'Oro (W. 138) — first state ; and an impression taken from the worn plate 

after it had been scored across (Obach), £43 is. 

71 St. Mark's : Number three (W. 139) — first state ; and an impression taken 

from the worn plate after it had been scored across (Dunthorne), £30 9s. 

72 Elcho on the Tay (W. 140) (Connell), £34 13s. 

73 Roslyn Chapel (W. 142) (Davidson), £21. 

74 Ponte del Trinita (W. 143) — early state (Parsons), £8 8s. 

75 The Doge's Palace, Venice (W. 144) (Dott), £38 17s. 

76 Chartres (W. 145) (Parsons), £25 4s. 

77 Rue des Filles Dieu, Angers (W. 147) (Davidson), £14 14s. 

78 Chinon (W. 148) (Parsons), £15 15s. 



February 17, 191 1. 241 



79 Amboise (W. 150) (Parsons), £3 3s. 

80 Place Plumereau, Tours (W. 151) — printed on green paper (Coanell), £23 2s. 

81 St. Laumer, Blois (W. 152) — early state (Davidson), £52 10s. 

82 A Norman Village (Gubbier), 15s. 

83 Harfleur — second state (Dott), £26 5s. 

84 North Porch, Harfleur — second state (Agnew), £31 10s. 

85 Le Pont Neuf (Davidson), £27 6s. 

86 St. Gervais (Davidson), £16 16s. 

87 Hotel Sens (Davidson), £14 14s. 

88 Restaurant Cavalier (Davidson), £23 2s. 

89 St. Germain l'Auxerrois (Davidson), £27 6s. 

90 Rue St. Julien-le-Pauvre (Davidson), £8 8s. 

91 The Forth ; The Tweed at Coldstream ; and The Sycamore (Davidson), 

£15 15s. 

92 The Tweed at Coldstream — on Japanese paper ; Old Houses at Laroche ; 

and Saumur — third state (Dunthorne), £31 ros. 

93 Robert Leys' Workshop (Davidson), £32 ns. 

94 The Workshop — first state (Davidson), £23 2s. 

95 John Knox's House — second state (Davidson), £21. 

96 Cambuskenneth (Tooth), £13 13s. 

97 Murthley-on-Tay (Connell), £11 ns. 

98 The Avenue (Dott), £8 18s. 6d. 

99 St. Merri, Paris (Agnew), £16 16. 

100 Berwick-on-Tweed (Parsons), £5 5s. 

101 Pluscarden (Cooper), £5 15s. 6d. 

102 Robin Hood's Bay — first state, before the shading on the hills (Davidson), 

£31 1 os. 

103 The same — second state (Davidson), £27 6s. 

104 The Old Tolbooth, Edinburgh (Davidson), £34 13s. 

105 Still Waters (Davidson), £25 4s. 

106 The Belgian Set : a series of ten etchings (Davidson), £315. 

107 Robin Hood's Court (Parsons), £9 19s. 6d. 

10S Evening on the Garry — first state, before 'the dry-point work in the trees 

(Dunthorne), £11 ns. 

109 The same — second state (Dott), £10 10s. 

no Mars' Work— second state (Davidson), £21. 

in The same — second state (Davidson), £21. 

112 The Five Sisters, York Minster (Davidson), £126. 

113 Evening on the Findhorn (Connell), £26^55. 

114 Old St. Etienne, Caen (Frost & Reed), £39 18 s. 

115 The Little Devil of Florence — early impression (Maggs), £7 7s. 

116 The same (Obach), £5 15s. 6d. 

117 Craigievar (Dunthorne), £30 9s. 

11S Old Whitby Bridge (Connell), £10 10s. 

119 The same — printed in a tinted ink (Connell), £15 15s. 

120 Sketch on the Tay — two impressions (Dunthorne), £12 is. 6d. 

1 2 1 Melrose Abbey — a monotype ; and the Book Plate of R. M. Mann (Dr. Parsons), 

15s. 

122 Charterhouse Schools, Godalming : a series of four Book Plates (Rimell), 18s. 



242 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

J. M. WHISTLER. 

123 La Vielle aux Loques (W. 14) (Rimell), £5 5s. 

124 Fumette (W. 18) ; Annie Seated (W. 24) ; and Bibi Lalauette (W/3o)"(Obach), 

£6 16s. 6d. 

125 Billingsgate (W. 45) (Hall), £1 5s. 

126 Rotherhithe (W. 60) — early impression, before the hull of the boat was P drawn 

in (Colnaghi & Co.), £21. 

127 Fanny Leyland (W. 94) — printed by the artist (Gubbier), £99 15s, 

128 Florence Leyland (W. 96), and the original copper plate from which r this. 

print was taken (Parsons), £2 2s. 

129 Two impressions of the same (Campbell), £1 12s. 

130 Three impressions of the same (Parsons), £2 4s. 

131 St. James's Street (W. 140) (Moore), £3 13s. 6d. 

132 Battersea Bridge (W. 141) (Colnaghi & Co.), £31 10s. 

133 Whistler, with the White Lock (W. 142)— dry point (Obach), 18s. 

134 Putney Bridge (W. 145) — printed by the artist (Parsons), £32 lis. 

135 Hurlingham (W. 147) ; and Fulham (W. 182) (Rimell), £6 16s. 6d. 

136 The Little Venice (W. 149) — printed by the artist (Obach), £42. 

137 The Little Mast (W. 151) — printed by the artist (Dunthorne) £31 10s. 

138 The Little Lagoon (W. 152) — printed by the artist (Obach), £40 19s. 

139 The Palaces (W. 153) — printed by the artist (Obach), £92 8s. 

140 The Piazzetta (W. 155) — -printed by the artist (Dunthorne), £31 10s. 

141 Another impression (late state) — printed by the artist (Dunthorne), £44 2s. 

142 The Traghetto (W. 156) — printed by the artist (Obach), £120 15s. 

143 The Riva (W. 157) — early impression (Gutekunst), £37 16s. 

144 The Mast (W. 160) — printed by the artist (Brown & Phillips), £32 ns. 

145 The Doorway and Vine (W. 161) — printed by the artist (Dunthorne), £23 2s. 

146 San Biagio (W. 163) — printed by the artist (Colnaghi & Co.), £37 16s. 

147 Bead Stringers (W. 164) — printed by the artist (Parsons), £22 is. 

148 Turkeys (W. 165) — early impression, before the butterfly — printed by the 

artist (Gutekunst), £24 3s. 

149 Fruit Stall (W. 166)— printed by the artist (Obach), £27 6s. 

150 San Giorgio (W. 167) — printed by the artist (Colnaghi & Co.), £44 2s. 

151 Temple (W. 170) — printed by the artist (Dunthorne), £10 10s. 

152 Upright Venice (W. 172) — early impression — printed by the artist (Obach) ^ 

£65 2S. 

153 Little Court (W. 173) (Parsons), £5 5s. 

154 The Riva, number two (W. 175) — early impression — printed by the artist. 

(Obach), £63. 

155 Drury Lane (W. 176) — printed by the artist (Parsons), £10 10s. 

156 The Balcony (W. 177) — early impression (Brown & Phillips), £34 13s. 

157 Fishing Boat (W. 178) — printed by the artist (Obach), £13 13s. 

158 Ponte Piovan (W. 179) — printed by the artist (Obach), £32 ns. 

159 Garden (W. 180) — printed by the artist (Obach), £152 5s. 

160 Long Venice (W. 182) — printed by the artist (Obach) £37 16s. 

161 Furnace; Nocturne (W. 183) — printed by the artist (Obach), £37 16s. 

162 Quiet Canal (W. 184) — printed by the artist (Tooth), £35 14s. 

163 Salute Dawn (W. 185) — printed by the artist (Obach), £30 9s. 

164 Lagoon : Noon (W. 186) — printed by the artist (Obach), £18 18s. 



February 17, 191 1. 243 



165 Cottage Door (W. 204) — early impression, printed by the artist (Brown and 

Phillips), £8 8s. 

166 Cutler Street, Houndsditch (W. 234) — printed by the artist (Obach), £16 16s. 

167 Dance House ; Nocturne (W. 265) — printed by the artist (Gubbier) £120 15s. 

168 Portsmouth children — printed by the artist (Obach), £5 15s. 6d. 

169 Rue des Bons Enfants — printed by the artist (Obach), £52 10s. 

170 Flower Market, Brussels — printed by the artist (Gubbier), £39 18s. 

171 Fruit Shop, Paris (Obach), £14 14s. 

172 Balustrade, Luxembourg Gardens — undescribed (Colnaghi & Co.), £17 17s. 

173 Venice — an undescribed state (Obach), £11 ns. 

174 The Riva, Number two — original sketch by J. M. Whistler, in black chalk on 

brown paper (Parsons), £26 5s. 



244 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February 17, 191 1. Puttick & Simpson. 

ENGRAVINGS. 
27 William Draper of Beswick, Yorkshire, celebrated fox hunter, by Faber, after 

Phillips — mezzotint (Wubber), £i 15s. 
30 Mrs. Sarah Porter of Tunbridge Wells ; and three others — mezzotints (Rimell), 

12s. 
32 Queen Charlotte, by Thos. Ryder, after Sir Wm. Beechey — full length (A. R. 

(Smith), 5s. 
45 Battle of Copenhagen, by Tomkins, after Serres — a pair of aquatints, in colours 

(Abbott), 5s. 
47 Morning ; Noon ; Evening ; and Night, by P. le Bas, a set of four (Rimell), 

10s. 

64 A tale of love, by J. K. Sherwin ; and three others, after Bunbury (Boys), 

£1 3S. 

65 Education; and Devotion, by J. R. Smith, after R. Cosway — tinted, a pair 

(Brail), 1 6s. 

66 Study ; and Improvement, by and after the same — tinted, a pair (Brail), 

£1 2S. 
71 Cariactures, by Gillray — 2 vols. (Jacobs), £1 12s. 

75 Roebuck and Hare hunting, after Hodges — in colours (Lee), 13s. 

76 Fancy subjects, by Dickinson, after Banbury, a pair; and one other (Brail), 

£1 is. 

77 Charles Dibden, by J. Young, after Phillips — mezzotint (Freeman), 18s. 

79 Death of Lindamore ; and Lovelace in prison, by Bartolozzi, after Rigaud — 

ovals, in brown (Freeman), £1 10s. 

80 Venus, by Collyer, after Reynolds, in brown (Freeman), 16s. 

83 Father's darling ; and Mother's hope, by Freeman and Stadler, after Adam 
Buck — printed in colours, a pair (Jacobsen), £7 5s. 

86 Noon ; Stone Henge ; Arundel Mill ; Stoke by Nayland ; Weymouth Bay ; 

and A sea beach, by David Lucas, after J. Constable— mezzotints (Batty), 
10s. 

87 Mill, near Colchester ; Summer morning ; Castle Acre Priory ; Steele's cot- 

tage ; old Sarum ; and View on the Orwell, by and after the same — 
mezzotints (Batty), ns. 

88 A summerland ; Summer evening ; Sunset ; A mill ; A heath ; and After 

a shower, by and after the same — mezzotints ( — ), 8s. 

89 Glebe farm ; Lock on the Stour ; Opening of Waterloo Bridge ; Yarmouth ; 

Salisbury Cathedral ; and River Stour, by and after the same — mezzotints 
(Thornton), 8s. 



February 17, 191 1. 245 



90 Harapstead Heath (2) ; River Stour ; Cornfield near Brighton ; Hadleigh 

Castle ; and Mill stream, by and after the same — mezzotints (Allison), 8s. 

91 Flatford Mill ; Helmingham Park ; Spring ; and East Bergholt, by and after 

the same — mezzotints (Batty), 7s. 

92 Willy Lotts' House ; and five others, by David Lucas, after John Constable — 

mezzotints (Jacobs), 7s. 

93 Coursing, by Reeve, after Dean Wolstenholme, set of four aquatints — printed 

in colours (Fores), £10 10s. 

94 Shooting, by Reeve, after Dean Wolstenholme, set of four aquatints — printed 

in colours (Fores), £11 ns. 

95 Fox hunting, by Reeve, after Dean Wolstenholme, set of four aquatints , 

printed in colours (Fores), £11 ns. 

96 Beagles, by Reeve, after Dean Wolstenholme, aquatint — printed in colour 

(Fores), £3 5s. 

97 Fox hounds, by Reeve, after Dean Wolstenholme, aquatint, printed in colours 

(Lauser), £3 5s. 

98 Battle of Waterloo, by Dubourg — aquatints, in colours ( — ), 8s. 

99 Caricatures, "Secret history of CrimCon." by Rowlandson (2) ; others by Cruik- 

shank, etc. — in colours ( — ), 7s. 

100 Caricatures, The political drama — in colours ( — ), 5s. 

101 Portraits of Dukes of Marlborough and Albemarle, and Oliver Cromwell, 

by Touze — in colours (Hamilton), 5s. 

106 Baxter, Portrait of Prince of Wales, at the age of 17 — on music (Macnamara), 

£1. 

107 Baxter, Prince Consort, in Hussar uniform (Wm.), 8s. 

108 Baxter, Sir Robert Peel (3) ; and Lord Nelson (3) — in sepia (Holloway), 12s. 
no Persian drawings (20) (F. Sabin), £3 3s. 

nr Chinese drawings — on rice paper (32), in a vol. (Falndi), £2. 

112 The Government House, New York — lithograph, in colours ( — ), 10s. 

118 Charles Wray, by R. Earlom, after N. Hone — mezzotint (Jacobsen), 8s. 

119 Night and day, by Dawe, after Harper ; and Chapeau de Paille, by S. W» 

Reynolds, after Rubens — mezzotints (Jacobs), 5s. 
j27 Indian sports, after Howitt— in colours (5) (Lee), 10s. 
r30 St. James' Park, by Shurey, after Gainsborough — mezzotint (G. Yeulett), 

15s. 
132 Toilet of Venus, Diana, and Nymphs ; Rinaldo and Armida ; and one other, 

after Kauffman (Holloway), £1 16s. 

136 Race horses : " Nancy " ; " Sainfoin " ; " Kisber " ; and " Silvio " — in 

colours (W. C. Lee), 9s. 

137 Race horses : " Lord Lyon " ; " West Australian " ; " Skirmisher " ; and 

" Sir Bevys " — in colours (W. C. Lee), 10s. 
140 Fisherman going out ; and Return, by I. Barney, after Wheatley, a pair 
— on strainers (Brown), £2. 



246 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

143 Baxter, News from Australia ; and others (Wm.), £1 2s. 

144 Baxter, Descent from the Cross ; etc. (Holliday), £1. 

145 Baxter, Children subjects (Wm)., £1 5s. 

146 Baxter, Brighton Chain Pier ; etc. (Devon), 18s. 

MODERN ENGRAVINGS AND ETCHINGS. 

148 Whistler, J. Mc. N., Billingsgate (W 45) (Watkins), 18s. 

149 Haden, Seymour, Thomas Haden of Derby (D) (Watkins), gs. 

150 Something in the wind, after Alfred W. Strutt, artist's proof ; and Hold tight, 

after the same — print (G. Henlett), 3s. 

151 Miss Frances Beresford, by J. W. Chapman, after Hoppner — artist's proof 

(Arnot), 4s. 

152 The Patriarch, by C O. Murray, after Frank Wilton — remarque proof (Grundy), 

7s. 

153 Venus and Mars, by Arthur Turrell, after A. J. Foster — artist's proof (Grundy), 

6s. j 

154 Evening, by F. Krostewitz, after J. F. Millet — remarque proof (Marshall), 

£1 4S. 

155 The engraver, by E. Chiquet, after Meissonnier — remarque proof (Grundy), 

17s. 

156 Cavaliers en route, by and after the same — ditto (Yeulett), 13s. 

157 Seine at Rouen, by E. Slocombe — signed etching (Studholme), 10s. 

158 The morning walk, by E. Chiquet, after T. Gainsborough— remarque proof 

(Lee), £1 6s. 

159 Ideas and notions, after Aiken — in colours (Lee), 10s. 

161 Mrs. Sheridan, by H. T. Greenhead, after Gainsborough — mezzotints (G. 
Yeulett), £1 2s. 

163 Pleasures of retirement, after Morland (Blythe), us. 

164 Foxes, by Davis, after C. B. Barber — proofs (a parcel) (Yeulett), £1 12s. 

165 His first audience, after A. Harvey Moore — proofs (G. Yeulett), 3s. 

166 Gee up, by A. Turrell, after G. B. O'Neil— lettered proofs (Yeulett), 9s. 

167 Dog and lobster, after W. Strutt, two subjects on one plate — (17) proofs 

(Hendricks), 8s. 

168 A fallen monarch, after Douglas Adams — (25) proofs (Yeulett), £1 12s. 

169 Sea dreams, by R. Josey — (17) proofs, and (14) prints (Yeulett) 7s. 

170 " In his master's steppys he trodde," after Hassall — (23) in colours (Yeulett) 9s. 

171 Still evening, after Neubert (12) (Yeulett), 12s. 

172 Lady Wallscourt, by T. G. Appleton, after Sir Thos. Lawrence — mezzotint, 

(3) lettered proofs (Yeulett), £1. 

173 The connoisseurs, by S. Cousins, after Landseer ; and Cherry ripe, by the 

same, after Millais (3) — mezzotints (Blythe), 15s. 



February 17, 191 1. 247 

174 For pity and love, by R. Josey, after F. Miles — (15) lettered proofs (G. Yeulett), 

7s. 

175 Marchioness of Hertford, by H. T. Greenhead — (6) proofs (Brail), £1 is. 

177 " Willows whiten, aspens quiver," after K. Halswelle: and "Over the hills and 

far away," after J. E. Millais, both by Brunet Debaines — signed proof 
etchings (Conyers), £i 14s. 

178 Memories and Fatidica, after F. Leighton ; Sylvia, by J. D. Miller, after F* 

Dicksee ; and Doves, by the same — signed proofs (Yeulett), 13s. 

179 William Shakespeare, by L. Flameng ; and Joannes Ellinus — remarque proof 

(Yeulett), 15s. 

180 Twixt love and duty, after S. E. Waller ; The new whip, by W. H. Simmonds, 

after Burton Barber, after Landseer (3) ; and one other — proofs (Gordon), 
12s. 

181 Miss Boothby ; Girl and kitten ; Mrs. Fitzherbert ; and Duchess of Devon- 

shire — mezzotints, proo's (Brail), £1 3s. 

182 A gift for the gods, by Jules Jacquet, after H. Schmalz ; Silent greeting ; and 

Rose of all the roses, by L. Lowenstain, after Alma Tadema — signed proofs 
(Gordon), £1 12s. 

184 The night watch ; and Persepolis, by F. Stackpoole, after Briton Riviere ; 

others, after E. Douglas ; etc. — (io) signed proofs (Hendrick), 9s. 

185 Midday in the Highlands, by Joseph B. Pratt, after Rosa Bonheur — signed 

proof ; and others, after Landseer (Yeulett), 15s. 

204 The Winstay Hunt, by Davey, after Calvert — lettered proof, mezzotint (Al- 
lison), 1 OS. 

Framed. 

213 Cupids (four in one frame) ; and The dance of the hours, by Bartolozzi — ovals 

(M. William), 10s. 

214 Duchess of Devonshire ; and Lady Smythe, after Reynolds ; Mrs. Duff, after 

Cosway ; and Master Lambton, after Lawrence — all in colours (Lee), 
£4 i°s- 

215 The fair stepmother, after Cosway ; The charming sisters, after Plimer ; and 

Mrs. Siddons, Miss Farren and another (three in one frame), all by E. 
Stodart — in colours (Lee), £2 12s. 6d. 

216 Mrs. Bouverie and Mrs. Crewe, by J. Marchi, after Sir Joshua Reynolds — mezzo- 

tint (M. Williams), £6 6s. 

217 L' Amour ; Le Jeu ; Le Tabac ; and Le Vin — in colours, lithographs, ovals 

(Lee), £2 10s. 

218 Miss Bingham, after Reynolds ; Lady Waldegrave ; and one other — in colour s 

(Lee), £2. 

219 The widow ; and "Who is it? " by W. Boucher, after W. Dendy Sadler — signed 

remarque proofs (Lefevre), £10. 

220 Louis XVI, King of France, by M. Bovi, after H. Caleis — oval, printed in 

colours (M. Williams), £2 5s. 



248 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

221 Capt. James King, after Webber ; and Lord Kilwarden, after Hamilton, 

both by Bartolozzi (Macoskie), 5s. 

222 Enoch Seeman, junior, by Faber ; and Lord Dover, by Ward, after Jackson — 

mezzotints (Macoskie), 5s. 

223 Telemachus and Mentor, by Bartolozzi, after Kauffman ( — ), 6s. 

224 Venus and Adonis, by F. Bartolozzi, after Cosway — oval, in colours (Blyth), 

£3. 

225 The kite entangled, by W. Ward, after Morland — mezzotint (Yeulett), £3 5s. 

226 Mutual confidence, by E. Bell, after Morland — mezzotint (Yeulett), 16s. 

227 Children relieving a beggar boy, after Beechey — in colours (Yeulett), 12s. 

228 Sportsman on horse, by G. T. Stubbs, after G. Stubbs ; and Thunder, by Ward, 

after Chalon — mezzotints (Yeulett), 12s. 

229 Winter and summer amusements, by Gaugain, after Hamilton — ovals, in 

colours, a pair (Rimell), £12. 

230 Girl with fruit ; and two others — ovals, mezzotints, in colours (Yeulett), 

£2 2S. 

231 Toilet of Venus, after Kauffman — oval (Borastone), £1 12s. 

232 Baxter, Wreck of the " Reliance " (Yeulett), 14s. 

233 Baxter, Rev. Moffat ; and Rev. Williams (Yeulett), 12s. 

234 and 235 The Woodman, by Barker. — The same, by S. W. Reynolds — mezzotint 

(Wood), £2 7s. 6d. 

237 Rattler, by Giles, after J. F. Herring — in colours (Douglas), 5s. 

238 The Shepherd's meal, by J. R. Smith, after Morland — mezzotint (Saunderson), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

239 Master Fane, by C. Turner, after Lawrence ; and three others (Yeulett), 8s. 

240 Battle of Waterloo, June 18th, 1815, by Reeve, after Heath — aquatint, in 

colours (Duff as), £2 5s. 

241 Aurora, after Guido Reni ; Justice ; Poetry ; Theology ; and Geography, 

after Raphael ; and three others, after Guido Reni (Macoskie), 5s. 

242 St. Cecilia, by W. Sharp ; and six others (Macoskie), 10s. 

243 Views in Rome, by Piranesi (Davis), £4. 

244 Ceilings at Palais Royale, by Picart (2) ; and Ceilings at Versailles, by G. 

Audran (Batsford), £1 10s. 

245 Portraits of Mr. Grinling Gibbons and Lord Buckhurst and Lady Sackville, 

by J. Smith, after Kneller — mezzotints (Chaundy), £1 4s. 

246 Nymph of immortality ; and Euphrosine, by Bartolozzi — ovals, in red (Chaun), 

dy), £3 7s. 6d. 

247 French subjects, by Le Mire, Launay, and others, after Moreau, etc. (Rimell), 

£2 5S. 

248 The Hindoostan ; and The Benetinck, by E. Duncan, after Huggins — in 

colours (Allison), £2 12s. 6d. 

249 J osiah Webb, by Hickey, after Night ; Melancholy, after Durer ; and Shipping 

on the Med way, after Turner (Macoskie), 4s. 

250 Hawking ; and three others, by C. Visscher — circles (Maggs), £1 2s. 

251 The farewell caress, by F. Stackpool, after C. B. Barber — signed proof (Allison), 

3S. 

252 Baxter, The bridesmaid (Jacobs), 16s. 

253 Penelope ; Cleopatra ; and two others ( — ), 10s. 

254 Love sheltered, by W. Say, after Thompson ; and Feeding pigs, after Morland 

— in colours (Yeulett), 17s. 

255 The Winter's Tale, by V. Green, after Opie — in colours (Yeulett) £2. 



February 17, 1911. 249 



256 Rt. Hon. Lord Auckland, by W. Dickinson, after T. Lawrence, with autograph 

letter ; end Cupids — in colours (3) (Chaundy), 10s. 

257 Napoleon at Bassano ; The dance, after Long ; and three others (Commin), 

18s. 

258 Coming of age in the olden time, by Hall ; Raising the Maypole ; and three 

others (Commin), 12s. 

259 Judgment of Paris, by Wass ; Tilbury Fort, by Willmore ; and three others 

(Corninin), 12s. 

265 Mrs. Jordan as country girl, by Ogborne, after Romney (Mayne), 18s. 

266 Lady Smythe and children, by Bartolozzi, after Reynolds (Mayne), £1 4s. 

267 The shepherd boy, by Agar, after Reynolds (Mayne), 18s. 

268 Capt. the Hon. George Douglas, R.N., by W. Say— mezzotint, printed in colours 

(Russell), £1 15s. 

269 Girl and dog, by T. Bausse, after Reynolds — proof, in brown (Lovelace), 

7*- 

271 Le Verrou, after Fragonard — in colours (Freeman), £2. 

272 Robinetta, by J. Jones, after Reynolds (Jacobsen), £i. 

273 Mrs. Sheridan as St. Cecilia, by C. Watson, after Reynolds ; and Rob Roy, 

by Heath, after Shee (Freeman), 18s. 

274 The token of love, after Morland — circle, in sepia (Freeman), £1 17s. 6d. 

276 Death of Nelson, by Annis, after Drummond (Freeman), £1 10s. 

277 Robinetta, by J. Jones, after Reynolds (P. & S.), 15s. 

278 The fern gatherers, after Morland — in colours (Allison), 3s. 

ARUNDEL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS. 

(In Portfolio.) 

279 Signorelli, Events in the life of Moses (2) (King), 15s. 

280 Boccaccio, Christ among the doctors ( — ), 4s. 

281 Francia, Marriage and burial of S. Cecilia (Holliday), £1 8s. 

282 Sarto, A. del, Procession of the Magi (Clayton), 15s. 

283 Raphael, Poets on Mount Parnassus (P. & S.), £1 12s. 

284 Pinturicchio, The nativity (Holliday), 18s. 

285 Lippi, Vision of St. Bernard ( — ), £2 10s. 

286 Botticelli, Primavera (framed) (Rimell), £3 15s. 

WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

287 Cox, D., Landscapes and figures (5) (Yeulett), £1. 

288 Landscapes, etc. (22) — various (Yeulett), £1 is. 

290 Stephanoff, Interior, with figures ; another ; and a seascape, by Hardy (Yeu- 

lett), 17s. 

291 Standing, H., Coaching scene (Lindow), 7s. 

292 Rowlandson, "Don't he deserve it" ; and companion — a pair ( — ), £1 r.i. 

293 Studies, by Fuseli, Blake, Flaxmau, etc. — a parcel (Reigh), 10s. 

294 French School. Illustrations to "jEsops Fables" (2) (Reigh), 3s. 

295 Old masters; Portraits; etc. (25) — various (Reigh), ns. 

Framed. 

296 Moorish Temple ; and two paintings — unframed (Yeulett), os. 

297 Linnell, Joseph, Landscape, with figures, "Sunset" (M. Williams), 6s. 

298 Portrait of a lady, in white dress (M. Williams), 12s. 6d. 

299 Kauffman, A., Cupid — oval (Reigh), 6s. 

300 Reni, Guido (after), Aurora ; and Landscape, with figures — oval, English 

School (Yeulett), 10s. 



_2 5 o ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February 17, 191 1. Sotheby. 



ENGRAVINGS. 
Framed. 

1 Durer, A., The Virgin seated suckling the infant Christ ; and another plate 

of the Virgin and Child — both cut, two in one frame (Thompson), £i 16s. 

2 Turner, J. M. W., St. Mark's place, Venice, by G. Hollis — proof before letters 

(Gower), £2 5s. 

3 Turner, J. M. W., Dido building Carthage, by T. A. Prior — proof before all 

letters (Rimell), 10s. 

4 Cousins, S., Beauty's bath (Miss Eliza Peel), after Sir E. Landseer — proof 

before all letters (Gower), £1 10s. 

■5 Cousins, S., " Turn again, Whittington," after J. Sant— proof before all letters 
(Mackintosh), 16s. 

>6 Cousins, S., The connoisseurs, after Sir E. Landseer — proof before all letters, 
with the artist's signature (withdrawn). 

7 Cousins, S., The Infant Samuel, after J. Sant (Reader), 4s. 

•8 The rosebud (Lady Ashley), by J. R. Jackson, after Sir T. Lawrence — proof 
before all letters (Davis), 7s. 

9 Lady Dover, by G. H. Phillips, after Sir T. Lawrence — proof ; and The Duchess 
of Sutherland, by and after the same (Jacobsen), 18s. 

'io Lady Wallscourt, by G. H. Phillips, after Sir T. Lawrence ; The Hon. Mrs. 
Ashley, by and after the same — both proofs ; and two others (Jacobsen), 
£1 7s. 

Til George Canning, whole-length and half-length portraits, by C. Turner, after 
Sir T. Lawrence (Chaundy), 3s. 

12 Earl of Liverpool, by C. Turner, after Sir T. Lawrence ; Frederick John Robin- 

son, by and after the same (E. Samuel), 6s. 

13 Joseph Cotton, by C. Turner, after Sir T. Lawrence (Perkins), 10s. 

14 John McMahon, by C. Turner, after Sir T. Lawrence ; and Sir Henry Halford, 

by and after the same — open-letter proof (Breun), ns. 



February 17, 191 1. 25 r 



15 Lord Durham, by C. Turner, after Sir T. Lawrence — open-letter proof ; and 

The Duke of York — proof before all letters (Davis), 9s. 

16 Charles Viscount Whitworth, by C. Turner, after Sir T. Lawrence — etched 

letter proof (Graves & Co.), ns. 

17 Earl of Egremont, by W. Ward, after I. J. Masquerier — proof before all letters ;• 

and George Canning, by the same, after T. Stewardson (Rimell), 9s. 

18 Morland, G., The labourer's luncheon, by C. Josi — printed in colours (Frost- 

and Reed), £3 12s. 

19 Morland, G., The cottagers wealth, by G. Keating — printed in colours (Maggs),. 

£3 17s. 6d. 

20 Morland, G., The repast, by \V. Ward — in colours (Frost and Reed), £3 10s.. 

21 Morland, G., The horse feeder, by J. R. Smith — printed in colours (Webling),. 

£2 6s. 

22 Morland, G., Rubbing down the post horse; and Watering the cart horse,. 

a pair — in colours (Maggs), £6 15s. 

23 Morland, G., Feeding the pigs, by J. R. Smith (Lindow), £3. 

24 A bacchante, by F. JBartolozzi, after J. B. Cipriani — printed in colours (F .. 

Daniell), £4 6s. 

25 The Merry Wives of Windsor, by P. Simon, after Rev. W. Peters ; and Mrs. 

Macklin and daughter and Miss Potts (The cottagers), by F. Bartolozzi, 
after Sir J. Reynolds (Haujjasi), £2 18s. 

26 Lady Anne Fitzpa trick, by S. Cousins, after Sir J. Reynolds ; and Mrs. Billing- - 

ton as St. Cecilia, by B. Pastorini, after the same (Webling), 16s. 

27 The sad story, after H. W. Bunbury ; and The merry story, after J. R. Smith,. 

a pair ; etc. (Webling), £3 3s. 

28 The haymaker, by W. Nutter, after H. Singleton — in colours (Haujjasi),. 

£1 1 6s. 

29 Charlotte and Werter — printed in colours (Reader), £1. 

20A Industrious cottager, by W. Blake, after G. Morland ; etc. (Knight), 17s. 

30 Glass picture : Sailor boy's return, after W. R. Bigg (Webling), 16s. 

31 Oil painting : Study of an old tree, by P. Potter (James), 12s. 

32 Oil paintings : Portraits of a Naval officer ; and a Lady in a white dress, a 

pair (Webling), £1 12s. 

33 Drawing in water-colours: Girl with a squirrel — unframed (Mackintosh), 

10s. 

33A Oil painting: Early German School. The Good Samaritan — on copper,, 
in old carved frame (E. Parsons), £1 5s. 



252 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

33B Oil paintings : Early German School. The dance of death ; and three others 

by English and other artists (Reigh), £1 4s. 
33c Oil paintings : Studies of deer, a pair — panels (E. Samuel), 8s. 



In the Portfolio. 

34 Book illustrations, after J. M. W. Turner and others — some proofs ; Outline 

engravings, after M. Retzsch ; Modern etchings ; etc. — a parcel in two 
portfolios (Mackintosh), £1 2%. 

35 English and foreign topographical views — mostly small (a parcel in two port- 

folios), (Mackintosh), £2. 

36 Caricatures, by Dighton, H. B., and others ; and miscellaneous small coloured 

engravings (a parcel in a portfolio) (Spencer), £\ 6s. 

37 Sporting prints : A collection of small engravings relating to British sports, 

after Howitt and others — mostly coloured (a parcel in a portfolio) (Spencer), 
£3 10s. 

38 Ehrenbreitstein, after Turner ; and other modern engravings ; Illustrations 

to Bowyer's "Hume"; etc. (a parcel in a portfolio) (Reader), 21s. 
47 A collection of etchings and woodcuts, alphabetically arranged under the 
engravers ; a parcel in a portfolio (Parsons) £6. 

52 Diirer, A., Various Scriptural and other subjects — some copies (Reader), 

£5 7s. 6d. 

53 Diirer, A., From the life of the Virgin ; and other woodcuts (Obach), £4 5s. 

63 Charles Greenwood, by C. Turner, after Sir T. Lawrence — proof before letters ; 

Earl of Moira, by the same, after J . Ramsay ; and Captain Henry d'Esterre 
Darby, by R. Earlom, after Sir W. Beechey (Parker), £1 4s. 

64 T. W. Coke, by C. Turner, after Sir T. Lawrence ; Prince de Talleyrand, by 

T. Hodgetts, after A. Schefier ; and four others — one a proof before all 
letters (E. Samuel), 12s. 
66 Portrait of Nell Gwynn, said to be by A. Blooteling, after Sir P. Lely — a small 
oval ; Charles II, by J. Smith, after Sir G. Kneller ; and two others (O'Con- 
nor), £3 3s. 

69 Sir Francis Drake, the retouched state of the very rare large portrait, with 

his right hand resting on helmet (Davis), £5 16s. 

70 Caroline, Princess of Wales, by L. Schiavonetti, after Tulham — oval, printed 

in colours (Maggs), £4 10s. 

76 Calipso conducting Telemachus and Mentor to the Grotto, by J. Eginton, 

after W. Hamilton ; The departure of /Eneas from Carthage, by and after 
the same ; and another ; all in brown (Lindow), 3s. 

77 Le Jeune Berger, by Demarteau, after J. B. Huet — printed in colours (E. 

Parsons), £4 7s. 6d. 

78 The shepherd and shepherdess, by Demarteau, after J. B. Huet, a pair — printed 

in colours (Rimell), £5 10s. 

82 The Victory of the Nile, by W. Ellis, after F. Chesham, set of four aquatints ; 

and a Portrait of Lord Nelson, with Battle of the Nile beneath, by P. 
Roberts, after L. F. Abbott (Edwards), £2 5s. 

83 Five views of the Dublin and Kingstown Railway, by J. Harris and S. G. 

Hughes, after A. Nicol ; and a View at Tintern, by F. Jukes, after E. 
Dayes ; all aquatints — in colours (Agnew), £7 5s. 



February 17, 1911. 253 



84 The attack on and the storming of Rangoon ; and other views in or near 

Rangoon, by C. Hunt, T. Fielding, Reeve and H. Pyall, after J. Moore — 
aquatints, in colours (Rimell), 16s. 

85 View of the launch of the " Bombay Castle " at Blackwall ; The Thames 

at Deptford ; and the Royal Dockyard at Chatham, by and after R. Dodd — 
aquatints, set of three (E. Parsons), £1 13s. 

86 The poet ; The miser ; The virtuoso ; and The hypochondriac, by A. Atkinson 

— set of four, aquatints, in colours ; etc. (Barron), 18s. 

88 The death of General Wolfe, by W. Woollett, after B. West ; and two land- 

scapes, by W. Elliott — one a proof before letters (Britton), 10s. 

89 Views ; Caricatures ; Landscapes ; Engravings, after W. Hogarth, etc. — 

some proofs (Rimell), £1 10s. 

91 Baxter, G., The landing of Queen Victoria in Ireland ; and The Crystal Palace 

No. 1 (Lindow), us. 

92 Baxter, G., " The third day He rose again," two copies (Lindow), 12s. 

93 Baxter, G., Jenny Lind ; Tintern Abbey ; Bala Lake ; and another (Church- 

yard), £1 12s. 

94 Baxter, G., Turn of the Monsoon : Avalanche at Lewes ; Chimborazo ; and 

nine others— small (Churchyard), 16s. 

95 Baxter, G., River Camel ; Balmoral Castle ; Dover ; Crucis Abbey ; and 

five others (Churchyard), £1 10s. 

96 Baxter, G., View in Venice, frontispiece to the "Mandolina " valse ; Blowing 

bubbles, by Le Blond ; etc. (Barron), £1 9s. 
DRAWINGS. 

97 Dodd, R., Portrait of a Naval officer — in water-colours, signed ; etc. (E. 

Parsons), 13s. 

102 Gamberini, The dancers — in sepia (Reigh), 3s. 

103 Rembrandt, Study of three men conversing — in pencil and sepia (Reigh), 17s. 

BOOKS OF PRINTS, ETC. 

108 Mai ton, J., A picturesque and descriptive view of the City of Dublin — numerous 

aquatint views by J. Malton, oblong folio, whole bound calf, 1791 (Rimell), 
£7 5S. 

109 Morison, D., Views of Haddon Hall — lithographs, folio, half bound, 1842 ; 

and The Ruins of Baalbec — folio, half bound, 1757 (2 vols.) (Batsford), 

9s. 
no Caricatures: A collection of caricatures on political and social subjects, by 

Woodward, G. Cruikshank, Gillray, W. Heath, H. Bunbury, and others, 

including several by French artists — many coloured, inserted in a folio 

volume (about 130) (Reader), £6 15s. 
in Voyages dans La Basse et La Haute Egypt, par Vivant Denon — the folio 

volume of illustrations ; Plates of Captain Cook's voyages ; etc. (a parcel) 

(Edwards), 13s. 

114 Pigal, Recueil de Scenes Populaires ; and Recueil de Scenes de Societe — old 

coloured lithographs, not quite complete, 2 vols., half bound (Rimell), 
£6 17s. 6d. 

115 " Le Supreme Bon Ton " — 19 plates, scarce ; " Ma Genealogie," by Pigal — 

12 plates, complete; etc. — all coloured (a parcel) (E. Parsons), £11 10s. 

116 Caricatures, by Gillray, reduced copies, 2 parts; A satire of Hudson, "The 

Railway King," by A. Crowquill — scarce ; and other Humorous publica- 
tions (a parcel) (Lindow), £1 12s. 



254 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

117 Views in North Wales, a series of 20 small coloured aquatints ; others relating 

to Switzerland, Italy, etc. (a parcel) (Edwards), £2 2s. 
119 Callot's Miseries of War — copies, with the Dutch title-page ; and another of 
the same (2 vols.) (Miss Samuel), 14s. 

121 Chinese drawings of boats — in colours, on rice paper, 12 drawings, in native 

binding (1 vol.) (Fitzgerald), 10s. 
121A Dutch costume plates, by L. Portman, after C. F. Bounach, C. T. van Stangen- 

burgh, C. Overman, D. Koning, and others — set of twenty coloured plates, 

bound (1 vol.) (Rimell), £1 us. 
121B Ridinger, J. E., Falconry, set of four (Jacobsen), £2 2s. 
121E Ridinger, J. E., Adam and Eve, set of twelve (Fitzgerald), £1 10s. 
121H Ridinger, J. E., The seasons, set of four (Rimell), £1 is. 
121K Ridinger, J. E., The guitar player; The flute player; and The clarionet 

player (E. Parsons), £1 us. 
121L The Prodigal Son, published by Carrington Bowles, set of six — coloured : 

Lithographs of cattle, sheep, etc., after T. S. Cooper — in colours (Reader), 

14s. 

122 Faithorne, W., Prince Rupert, after Sir A. Vandyck — rare (F. Daniell), us. 

123 Oliver Cromwell, by J. Faber, after Sir P. Lely (Reader), 9s. 

124 Small portraits, by different engravers — many proofs before letters, on india 

paper (F. Daniell), 17s. 

125 Warren Hastings, by G. T. Stubbs, after G. Stubbs — printed in colours (James), 

£5 7s. 6d. 

126 William Pitt, by F. Bartolozzi, after J. S. Copley — etched letter proof, oval, in 

brown ; and The Duke of Marlborough, by J. Smith, after Kneller (Beades), 
15s. 

127 Louisa, by Read, after Russell ; and Clara, after Rev. W. Peters, a pair — ovals 

(Beades), 8s. 

128 Mrs. Oldfield, by E. Fisher, after Richardson ; and two others, by J. McArdell 

(Rimell), £1 12s. 

129 Smith, J. R., The Jerningham children — very rare (F. Daniell), £15 5s. 

130 Panorama of the Thames, with a view of London (Spencer), 17s. 

132 South Sea whale fishery ; and North Sea, after Huggins, by Sutherland — 
printed in colours (Saunders), £6 15s. 

134 An Italy family ; and a French family, by S. Aiken, after Rowlandson — finely 

printed in colours (Hatchard), £8 15s. 

135 The meet ; Full cry ; The death of the fox ; and the Banquet, after Rowland- 

son — finely printed in colours (Smith), £21 10s. 

136 The tithe pig ; and Private drilling, after Rowlandson — printed in colours 

(Smith), 16s. 

138 Horse dealing, after Scanlan, by J. Harris — printed in colours (Hatchard), 

£3 8s. 

139 " The dream," after Westah, by J. R. Smith, mezzotint — printed in colours, 

wormed (F. Daniell), £4 18s. 

140 Yellowham Wood ; and Hare hunting, after Hodges, by H. Aiken — printed 

in colours (Hatchard), £3 3s. 

141 Expedition or Military Fly, by Rowlandson — printed in colours (Hatchard), 

£2 2S. 

143 Trial of Warren Hastings ; and two others — in colours (G. Lyell), £1 2s. 



February 17, 191 1. 255 



146 Elizabeth, Queen of Henry VII, partiug with her son — oval, printed in colours 

(Hahu), £1 as. 
14b Views of Westminster Bridge and Blackfriars Bridge, by J. C. Stadler, after 

J. Farington — in colours; other London views — coloured; etc. (Hahn), 

£12. 
149 Diirer, A., The effects of jealousy (Mayne), £4. 

MODERN ETCHINGS. 

153 Against the wind and open sky, by H. Dicksee — signed artist proof, on vellum 

(Blandford), £2 10s. 

154 The clover field, by H. Dicksee — signed artist proof, on vellum (Blandford), 

£3 i° s - 
r 55 My lady sleeps, by H. Dicksee — signed artist proof, on vellum ; and another 
(Blandford), £5. 

156 Her first love, by H. Dicksee — signed artist proof, on vellum (Blandford), 

£}• 

157 Primrose gatherers, by H. Dicksee — signed artist proof, on vellum (Blandford) 

158 To winter quarters, by W. Hole, after J. Farquharson — signed remarque 

proof, on veAum (Blandford), £4 15s. 



256 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February 18, 191 I. Christies. 

The Property of Lear J. Drew, Esq., Courtenay House, 
Hove, Brighton. 

DRAWINGS. 

i Angell, H. Coleman, Asters in a blue jug— 14 X gl (Mullen), £8 8s. 

2 Bonheur, Rosa, Otter hounds — 10J X i4i (Harris), £50 8s. 

3 Cattermole, G., Christ preaching— 6£ x 13 (Behrens), £3 13s. 6d. 

4 Cooper, T. G., 1887, Summer day: Shankliu, Isle of Wight— 17I x 2ii 

(Lister), £4 14s. 6d. 
g Dollman, J. C, Hazy afternoon — 8J X 14I (Elias), £4 14s. 6d. 

6 Duncan. E., 1869, Wreck on the coast— 29 X 25 (Bowden), £15 15s. 

7 Duncan, E., 1861, Bamborough — 8 X 18$ (Williams), £5 15s. 6d. 

8 Haghe, L., 1868, Church interior, with figures — 17I X 21-f (Bowden), £7 7s. 

9 F. Heilbuth, The presentation — nj X 8 (Tooth), £21. 

10 Henkes, G., Gossiping — 20 X 24I (Mitchell), £8 18s. 6d. 

11 Hunt, W., The Christmas pie — 15I- X 11J (Tooth), £147. 

12 Hunt, W., Pineapple and grapes— 13 X 10J (Tooth), £50 8s. 

13 Hunt, W., Quinces and chestnuts, oval — 7J X U (Mullens) £20 9s. 

14 Hunt, W., Magnolia and azalea — 7\ X nj (Louis), £3 3s. 

15 Hunt, W., Gentleman in Louis XVI costume — 9I X 7 (Bade), £10 10s. 

16 Johnson, E. K., The song of the nightingale — 21 X 13J: (Wylde), £8 8s. 

17 Karlovszky, B. de, Jealousy — gi X i2i (Vicars), £16 16s. 

18 Leloir, L., 1870, The pipe of peace— 10 X 14 (Elias), £17 17s. 

19 Lloyd, Stuart, On the Ouse— 13! X 22 (Courean), £5 5s. 

20 Marilhat, P., Evening— 9I- x i7i (Thrift), £6 6s. 

21 Meyer, E., His Eminence the Cardinal — 14^ X 9J (Louis), £5 15s. 6d. 

22 Rieck, E., Lake scene — 14 x 23-J (Ward), £1 15s. 

23 Topham, F. W., Spanish Letter-writer — 19! X 29 (Baird), £8 8s. 

24 Whittaker, J. W., 1864, Sheep on the banks of a stream — 9 x 6J (Louis), 

£4 4S. 

25 Wint, P. de, Landscape, with flock of sheep — 12J X 19 (Cooling), £15 15s. 

PICTURES. 

26 Aiken, H, The right sort doing the thing, a set of six — 4J X 5i (Amor), £52 10 s 
[27 Aiken, H., Shooting subjects, a set of four — 3J X 4} (Fores), £35 14;. 

28 Andeman, A., River scene : Moonlight — 9£ X 23 (Ward), £3 3s. 

20 Ansdell, R,, R.A., 1878, Partridges— 6J X 11J (Cassell), £9 gs. 

30 Blinks, T., 1901, On the Marshes— 26J X 38J (Sampson), £71 8s. 

31 Blinks, T., Buying a hunter— 27 X 33} (Wyatt), £14 14s. 



February 18, 1911. 257 



32 Blinks, T., Rabbiting— 13I x 17JS (Frost and Reed), 29' 8s. 

33 Blinks, T., Gone away — 10 X 16J (Sampson), £15 15s. 

34 Blinks, T., Non-subscribers — 15J :•: 23J (Frost and Reed), £65 2s. 

35 Burgess, J. B., R.A., 1872, The wine-carrier — 40 X 29I (Evelyn), £9 9s. 

36 Burgess, J. B., R.A., 1888, A lazy moment: In the tobacco factory at Seville 

—23 X 33 (Mitchell), £32 ns. 

37 Burgess. J. B., R.A., A Spanish beauty — 19 ••- 13} (Cassell), £15 15s. 

38 Burgess, J. B., R.A., The guitar-player— 19 x 13 (Wylde), £6 6s. 

39 Burgess, J. B., R. A., On the balcony ; and Waiting, a pair — 8J- X 4i (Vincent), 

£18 iSs. 

40 Burgess, J. B., R.A., The Fan ; and The Mantilla, a pair, panel — y\ 4} 

(Vincent), £18 18s. 

41 Calthrop, Claude, 1871, Charles Surface and his companions — 25 X 42 (Thrift), 

£60 1 8s. 

42 Clausen, G., R.A., 1882, Peasant-girl — 35 x 19J (Spielmann), £56 14?. 

43 Cole, Vicat, R.A., 1870, Bury Village on the Arun — 37* : 59 (Lewis), £220 10s. 

44 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1877, Two cows and four sheep — 19.I X 29^ (Burricll), 

£84. 

45 Creswick, T., R.A., The recitation, panel — 11 X 7J (Popple), £23 2s. 

46 Creswick, T., R.A., Fountain of Egeria, vignette, panel (Popple), £13 13s. 

47 East, Sir Alfred, A.R.A., The quiet stream — 15} X 21J (Sampson), £12 12s. 

48 East, Sir Alfred, A.R.A., Road by the pool— 15! X 21J (Sampson), £14 3s. 6d. 

49 East, Sir Alfred, A.R.A., Sunshine and shadow: In the Thames Valley, 

Streatley, panel — 10 X 14 (Huggins), £12 is. 6d. 

50 Farquharson, J., A.R.A., Silence of the snows — 29! X ig£ (Amor), £50 bs. 

51 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1846, Gipsy encampment— 15I 28k (Wyatt), £23 2s. 

52 Goodall, F., R.A., 1859-70, Eastern girl— 17^ x 14 (Wyatt), £6 6s. 

53 Goodall, F., R.A., 1865, Eastern water-carrier — 5V X 9 J- (Lewis), £7 7s. 

54 Goodall, F. R.A., Spring— 5J x 4J (Popple), £6 6s. 

55 Graham, Peter, R.A., 1880, Highland cattle, on the edge of a loch — 30I 49 

(Tooth), £210. 

56 Hefiner, K., Marsh-lands — 18J X 31 (Sampson), £16 16s. 

57 Herring, J.F., sen., " Spaniel," winner of the Derby, 1831— SJ X nj (Fores), 

£21. 

58 Herring, J. F., sen., " Matilda," and " Margrave," winners of the St. Lcger, 

1827 and 1832, a pair — 8J- X ill (Roe), £33 12s. 

59 Herring, J. F., sen., "Chorister," and "Rockingham," winners of the St. 

Leger, 1831 and 1833, a pair — Sj- :■' nl (Roe), £39 18s. 
bo Herring, J. F., sen., " Mulatto," winner of the Doncaster Cup, 1827 ; and 
" Jerry," winner of the St. Leger, 1824 (Falle), £29 8s. 

61 Herring, J. F., sen., " Dangerous," winner of the Derby, 1833 ; and " Tarrare," 

winner of the St. Leger, 1826, a pair — 8J X nj (Fores), £27 6s. 

62 Herring, J. F., sen., " Rowton," and " Birmingham," winners of the St. 

Leger, 1829 and 1830, a pair— 8£ X n| (Fores), £29 8s. 

63 Hillingford. R., On the march, panel — 9 :■; 7 (Sampson), £4 4s. 

64 Hook, J. C, R.A., 1854, Shepherd's boy — 19 1 29$ (Sampson), £53 31.-. 

65 Hunter, Colin, A.R.A., 1895, Waiting the tide— 27! < 19.J (Shepherd), £37 1"-. 

66 Laissemcnt, H., Le Dejeuner, panel — 25 : 20} (Tccdy), £26 5s. 

67 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1902, The way to the village church, R.A. 1902 — 

47 X 71 J (Sampson), £283 10s. 



258 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

68 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1895, Conway Bay and the Welsh Hills, from Llandudno 

— 16} X 29J (Sampson), £50 8s. 

69 Lodge, G. E., 1898, On a Yorkshire Moor — 31J X 48 (H. Collings), £14 14s. 

70 MacWhirter, J., R.A., The heart of the Trossachs — 19I x 29J (Frost and Reed) , 

£50 8s. 

71 Marks, H. S.. R.A., The Convent drudge— 23$- X i/i (Cassell), £31 10?. 

72 Xicol, J. Watson, The oath — iyi X n£ (Lester), £10 10s. 

73 Nicol, J. Watson, Assets nil — 17J X nj (Lcggattl, £29 8s. 

74 Nicol, J. Watson, Anticipation — 19 x iji (Louis), £21. 

75 Xicol, J. Watson, A Cateran — 23$ X 15J (Dawson), £24 35. 

76 Nicol, J. Watson, Scottish Chieftain — ioi X 8J (Dawson), £5 5s. 

77 Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., 1878, Asking a favour, panel — 7j X 10J (Tooth), 

£152 5s. 

78 O'Neill, G. B., Sunday afternoon, panel — 8 X 9' (Vicars), £14 14s. 

79 Pettie, J., R.A., A warrior— 23^ X i5i (VVyse), £68 5s. 

So Pettie, J., R. A., One of Marlborough's Generals — 15J :• n| (Henson), £26 5s. 

81 Prades, F. de, Auonyma — 8 J X 13! (Tennant), £7 73. 

82 Riviere, Briton, R.A., 1894, Out with intent — n J '• 17 \ (Sampson), £51 9s. 
S3 Riviere, Briton, R.A., 1889-91, Curiosity; and Eviction, a pair— 11 X 8£ 

(Lawrence), £120 15s. 

84 Santoro, Rubens, 1876, Italian street scene, panel — 7 X i6£ (Louis), £1 ns. 6d. 

85 Schreiber, C, The tame parrot; and The violinist, a pair, panel — 11^ X 6.J 

(Sampson), £38 17s. 
SO Seignac, G., The Harvest Queen — 38 X 28^ (J. Collings), £21. 

87 Syer, J., 1S80, Rocky streams, North Wales, a pair — n£ x 16J (Vicars), 

£25 4s. 

88 Verboeckhoven, E., 1843, Sheep, rabbit and chicken, in a shed, panel — 24-i X 

31J (Henson), £126. 

89 Vickers, A., 1866, Portsmouth — 11J X 19J (Huggins), £15 15s. 

90 Vickers, A., 1865, Southampton Water — 8J X 15 (Colliugs), £15 15s. 

91 Vickers, A., 1865, The Coast at Ryde, panel — 7\ X n| (Tooth), £13 13s. 

92 Wardle, A., Coming events — nj x 17J (Tooth), £25 4s. 

93 Webb, J., 1877, Suuset after a thunderstorm — 15 X 29 (Gueyrc), £16 16s. 

94 Webb, J., Evening — 17 x 25J- (Leafe), £15 15s. 

95 Webb, J., 1878, Summer night — 17J x 25^ (Holmes), £24 3s. 

96 Webb, J., 1870, Sunset, panel— \\ X 8 (Nash), £2 12s. 6d. 

97 Woolmer, A. J., Under the greenwood tree — 27 X 35 (Marshall), £10 10?. 

Different Properties. 



PICTURES. 

98 Novo, Stefano, 1905, The morning walk : Courtyard of St. Gregorio, Venice — 

23 > 15 (Amor), £9 9s. 

99 Tenkate, H., Charles I being painted by Van Dyck, panel — 30 X 50 (Mitchell), 

£52 1 OS. 
100 Dupre, J., Shepherd boy and sheep: Sunset — 6J- X ni (Mitchell). £13 13s, 
iot Troyon, C, The storm— 10J X 17 (Mitchell), £9 19s. 6d. 
102 Isabey, E., 1829, Oft St. Malo— 16J X 22 (Schulz), £21. 



February iS, 1911. 259 



The Property of Walter Taylor, Esq.. Whitchurch, 
Aylesbury. 

DRAWINGS. 

103 Bevan, Robert, Old cottage, Poland ; and The Seashore, by Fred Mayor 

(Rigg), £6 6s. 

104 Bone, Muirhead, View in Oxford, sepia — 7 X 5J (Carfax), £6 6s. 

105 Clausen, G., R.A., A Homestead, pastel — 7 X 10 (Sampson), £5 15s. 6d. 
ro6 Duff, J. R. K., Ducks, pastels, a pair — S X 12 (Jansen), £6 16s. 6d. 

107 Duff, J. R. K., Sheep grazing, pastels, a pair — 8 X 12 (Jansen), £5 15s. 6d. 

108 Grace, j. E., Flooded river : and Landscape, with cattle (Louis), £1 is. 

ioq Jones, M. R., 1892, Pasture land ; and Rocky river, a pair — roj X 14! (Rigg), 

£'4 4 s - 
no Jongkind, J. B-, 1863, Honfleur — 10J X i6£ (Bentinck), £34 13;. 
in Mayor, Fred, 1906, French village — 17 x 21 (Rigg), £S 8s. 

112 Mayor, Fred, Italy— 18£ X 24 (Henson), £8 8s. 

113 Mayor, Fred, In Algiers— 12£ X 15} (Rigg), £5 5 s - 

114 Peace, W. G., 1895, A small catch ; and Sunset, by VV. E. Tyndall (Houlds- 

worth), £2 25. 

115 Steer, P. Wilson, Study of a landscape — 10 X 14 J (Steinberg), £27 6s. 

116 Thomson, George, 1904, Entrance to the Church, Montreuil — q| X 13^ (Ben- 

tinck), £6 6s. 

117 Thomson, George, 1904, At Montreuil — n X 8£ (Sampson), £4 4s. 

PICTURES. 

118 Fisher, Mark, A.R.A., Summer evening : Farm-yard, with a cow and pigs — 

23i X 2o£ (Sampson), £39 18s. 

119 Fisher, Mark, A.R.A., The stream by the farm — iSi X 25i (Thomas), £36 15^. 

120 Gore, S. F., Hay-ricks— ig£ X 23^ (Carfax), £5 5s. 

121 Gore, S. F., Landscape: Autumn — 19J X 23^ (Carfax), £6 6s. 

122 Harwood, H., 'Twixt hill and dale ; and Landscape, by W. E. Tyndall (Rigg), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

123 Mayor, Fred, Market-place, Montreuil — 47 X 47 (Morris), £36 15s. 

124 Russell, Walter, In the orchard — 22^ X 28J (Wilton), £9 9s. 

125 Russell, Walter, Lady, with a muff — 35 X 31 (Burroughs), £21. 

126 Shaver, W., sen., 1832, Timber-wagon at a village inn — 19 X 26£ (Sampson), 

£35 14s. 

127 Sickert, Walter, Views at Dieppe, a pair — 14! X i7i (Carfax), £22 is. 

12S Thaulow, Fritz, River in Normandy : Evening — 25 X 31 i (Sampson), £109 4s. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

129 Angell, H. Coleman, 1868, Yellow roses and sloes — si x 8 (Hollis), £4 14s. 6d. 

130 Angell, H. Coleman, Wild roses and bird's nest — 6 X SJ (West), £3 13s. 6d. 

131 Angell, H. Coleman, Roses and bumble bee — si X 7i (West), £4 14s. 6d. 

132 Cameron, D. Y., A.R.A., Entrance to a Chateau — Sf X si (Vicars), £22 is. 

133 Cameron, D. Y., A.R.A., An old mansion — yi X 6J (Vicars), £24 3s. 

134 Cameron, D. Y., A.R.A., Aisle of a Cathedral — 12 X 7 (Vicars), £21, 

135 Cuvillon, R. de, 18S9, The fair musician ; and The Coquette, a pair — 9 X 6£ 

(Goodenough), £14 14s. 

O* 



=6o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

136 MacWhirter, J., R.A., Highland read, with shepherd and sheep — 20J.X 14J 

(Frost and Reed), £28 7s. 

137 MacWhirter, J., R.A., Autumn — 2oJt X 14& (Mullin), £22 is. 

PICTURES. 

138 Blaas, E. de, 18S9, Two's company, three's none — 41J X 25 -£ (Tooth), ,{210. 

139 Carter, R. H., Autumn evening, St. Magnus Bay: The Drongs — 20 J- X 37 

(Beavis), £13 13s. 

140 Cole, Vicat, R.A., 1896, Cookham— i2£ X 18 (Tooth), £71 8;. 

141 Coleman, W. S., The minuet — 25 x 16 (Sampson), £25 4s. 

142 Frere, Ed., 1881, Sisters, panel — 14 x n (Leggatt), £52 10s. 

143 Goodman, Maude, His portrait — 19 X 28| (Masters), £36 15s. 

144 Goodman, Maude, Baby's toilet — 19 X 14J (Bowen), £14 14s. 

145 Heffner, K., Castle of Chillon— ioi X 244 (Wallis), £21. 

146 Kiesel, Conrad, The love song — 36 x 25J (Tooth), £99 15s. 

147 Kiesel, Conrad, The fair mandoline player — 24 x 15 (Tooth), £52 10s. 

148 Kiesel, Conrad, Contemplation, panel — 19J X isi (Louis), £31 10s. 

149 Ladell, E., Roses, fruit and bird's nest — 16£ X 13^ (Collings), £18 7s. 6d. 

150 Ladell, E., Flowers and fruit — 16J X 13J (H. Collings), £14 3s. 6d. 

151 Schafer, H. T., 18S6, Goldfish— 24J X 14! (Mitchell), £19 19s. 
153 Tito, E., 1889, Calling a gondola — 31 X 14 (Tooth), £31 10s. 

153 Vinea, F., 1889, Love under the rose — 39^ X 27i (Tooth), £199 10s. 



February 20, ign. 261 

February 20, 1911. Christies. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

3 Chaigneau, F., Sheep passing through a village — 8 X io£ (Sampson), £5 5s. 

2 Clausen, G., R.A., Making a rick, pastel — nj X 10 (Smith), £15 15s. 

3 Clausen, G., R.A., The farm gate, pastel — 6£ x 8J (Amor), £5 15s. 6d. 

4 Giallina, Temple of Jupiter, Athens — 15J X 27 (Ward), £6 6s. 

5 Groenewegen, A. J., 1898, Dutch farmstead — 13 J X 2oJ (Wallis), £10 10s. 

6 Hardy, T. B-, 1890, Fishing-boats in a breeze — 7 x 10J (Huggins), £4 14s. 6d. 

7 Porcher, A., On the Mediterranean — 10J X 7j (Greenstreet), ics. 6d. 

8 Smyth, Montagu, Rickmansworth ; and Near Pinner (Lister), £5 15s. 6d. 

9 Swan, J. M., R.A., The stranger — 10J x ~i (Epps), £7 7s. 

10 Webster, A. G., 1902, Where Shelley was married — 16J X 10J (Misell, jun.), 

£1 is. 

11 Webster, A. G., Aisle of a church — 14 J x 10 (Greenstreet), £1 2s. 
'2 Webster, A. G., Old buildings, a pair — 8J x 5 (Louis), £1 5s. 

13 Webster, A. G., Church exterior ; and A Font, a pair — 8£ x 4I (Greenstreet), 

10s. 6d. 

14 Webster, A. G., Interior of a Norman church ; and Village on a river (Scobell), 

£1 5S- 

PICTURES. 
[5 L'Aubiniere, G. M., Fontainebleau Forest — nj x 8A (Lister), 15s. 
16 Barnard, J. Langton, Brixham trawlers — n x 14 (Ward), 18s. 
!7 Couver. J. van, Dutch town on a river — 9 x 11J (Louis), £2 2s. 

18 Lerey, P., The lever, panel — 8£ x 6 (Sampson), £4 4s. 

19 Monselet, E., River scene, sheep watering — 17J x 14J (Coeling), £3 13s. 6d. 
-20 Portielje, G., "Between twofires"; and Sportsmen, on panel (Sampson), £5 5s. 

21 Portielje, G., The wisdom tooth, panel — 5} x 7J (Louis), £3 3s. 

22 Reyna, A., On the lagoons, Venice — 12J X 28A (Coelling), £5 15s. 6d. 
zi Santoro, Rubens, In Venice — 13£ x io| (Wallis), £9 9s. 

24 Santoro, Rubens, Grand Canal, Venice : Moonlight — 10 x 15J (Ward), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

25 Santoro, Rubens, Moorish doorway, panel — 8J X 7 (Sampson), £2 12s. 6d. 

The Property of the late Sir Theodore Martin, K.C.B., 
K.C.V.O., 31, Onslow Square, S.W. 

DRAWINGS. 

26 Lake scene, with figures ; and Welsh road, with animals (Coppard), £4 4s. 

27 Barret, G., Solitude: Rocky river scene, with wolves — 14 X 21 (Bowden), 

£9 9S. 
.28 Bennett, W., Landscapes, with castle and cattle (Bowden), £4 4s. 



262 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

29 Bonington, R. P., View at Venice, shipping at anchor — 7 x 6$ (Gooden and 

Fox), £73 10s. 

30 E. L., Venice, and Capo di Noli, a pair ; and Lake scene : evening (Louis) h 

£l 2S. 

31 Maris, W., Meadow, with cattle and ducks — 15 J x 11 (Gooden and Fox), 

£199 10s. 

32 Mottram, C. S., 1882-3, Coast scenes, with shipping (two) (Louis), £3 3s. 

33 O'Connor, J., 1883, Old Richmond Theatre (the house of Edmund Kean) ; 

and Statue in a park (Campbell), £3. 

34 Roelofs, W., Landscape, with a cart on a rough road — 8 X 17I (Sampson), 

£22 is. 

35 Rubens (after), The garden of love ; and Italian figures in a church (Yeulett),. 

£3 13s. 6d. 

36 Staniield, G., R.A., 1835, Wreck off the coast — 8J x 18J (Sampson), £11 os. 6d. 

37 Suker, A., St. Michael's Mount ; and On the Cornish coast (Louis), £8 18s. 6d. 

38 Syer, J., 1878, Moorland scene in Wales — 13^ x 2oi (Bowden), £13 13s. 

The Property of the late F. La Tour Mason, Esq., 15, 
Arlington Street, S.W. 

DRAWINGS. 

39 Aiken, H., Setters and pointer, a set of three — 6* X 9! (Parsons), £8 8s. 

40 Allingham, H., Mary — 3 X 3i (Louis), £3 13s. 6d. 

41 Bentley, C, Shipping off a Port ; and Beach scene, with stranded boat (Bow- 

den), £5 53- 

42 Ellis, Edwin, Shipping in a storm ; and Coast scene, with boats and figures.,. 

a pair — 6 X gj (Permain), £6 6s. 

43 Evans, Bernard, Rocky coast scene, with fisherman — 9$- x 13 J (Sampson),, 

£3 3S- 

44 Green, C, 1869, Her mother's portrait — 6£ X 4& (Louis), £5 15s. 6d. 

45 Green, C, Vase of flowers — 6 X 4 (Louis), £4 14s. 6d. 

46 Medlycott, H., Queeiiborough, from Sheerness ; and The Comet of 1853, by 

W. Collingwood (Louis), £1 10s. 

47 Sadee, Ph., Fisherwoman and girl, gathering wreckage — 18 x 13J (Sampson),. 

£32 us. 

48 Skill, F. J., Fisher-girl ; Girl knitting ; and Head of a lady, by Miss Gauntlett.. 

oval (Louis), £2 12s. 6d. 



Different Properties. 



DRAWINGS. 



49 Caffieri, H., Paddling— 13} X gi (Louis), £5. 

50 Caffieri, H., Toilers of the sea— 13J X 9$ (Campbell), £5 5s. 

51 Wolter, H. J., A Dutch farm— 13* X 19J (Louis), £4 14s. 6d. 

52 Solomon, Simeon, The message of love; and " Hail, Mary," chalk (Willis), 

£6 6s. 

53 Solomon, Simeon, 1893, Fancy, Cupid, and Pleasure ; and " The two who sleep 

while one watcheth," chalk (Willis), £5 5s. 

54 Solomon, Simeon, 1892 ; Night and her child Sleep ; and The guilty scul 

pursued by Conscience, red chalk (James), £5 15s. 6d. 



February 20, 191 1. 263 



55 Solomon, Simeon, 1892, Wounded love by the sea ; and Daughter of the 

South, red chalk (Cooper), £9 gs. 

56 Solomon, Simeon, 1892, The" Hail, Mary " ; and Happy day-dreams, red chalk 

(Cooper), £4 4s. 

57 Hunt, W., The morning walk — 16 X 10 (Lister), £1 us. 6d. 

■58 Campion, G. B., Old Waterloo Bridge, from the Middlesex shore — 13 X 18 
(Palser), £7 17s. 6d. 

59 Campion, G. B., Tower of London — nf x 17 (Palser), £4 14s. 6d. 

60 Campion, G. B., London from the river, showing Somerset House — 10 X 14^ 

(Palser), £6 16s. 6d. 

61 Campion, G. B., View inside the ramparts of the Tower of London — 17J x i3i 

(Ward), £9 9 s. 

62 Campion, G. B., Views of the Thames at London, a pair — 7 X 9i (Carey), 

£3 3S. 

63 Chalon, A. E., R.A., 1840, Portrait of Charles Dickens — 13^ X 8£ (Nalder), 

£11 us. 

64 Dighton, R., Portrait of gentleman and jockeys, six in two frames (Macnamara), 

15s. 

65 Dighton, R., Portraits of gentlemen (Macnamara), 10s. 6d. 

66 Enjolras, D., La Reve, pastel — 35 X 27 J (Louis), £5 5s. 

67 Woodville, R. Caton, Field-Marshal Lord Roberts ; and Types of Cavalry, 

(6), black and white (Landeker), £4 14s. 6d. 
■68 Woodville, R. Caton, The flight from Jena ; &c. (8), black and white (Leger), 
£5 5S. 

69 Woodville, R. Caton, South African studies, etc. (11), black and white (Camp- 

bell), £4 14s. 6d. 

70 Goodman, J. R., Sunny morning; and The Canal, Edam, Holland, a pair — 

J 3i X 9 J (Reiss), £1 us. 6d. 

71 Brett, J., A.R.A., Head of a child, vignette (Louis), 15s. 

72 David, Louis, The sister moralising — 9J x 7j (Carey), 15s. 

73 Girtin, Old Tower; and Farm scene (Thomas), £1 us. 6d. 

74 Hardy, T. B., 1887, Fishing-boats off the coast — 9 X n| (Brown and Phillips), 

£8 1 8s. 6d. 

75 Knight, J. Buxton, 1890, Twyford Mill, w.th cart and figures — 13I X 22 

(S. M. Phillips), £26 5s. 

76 McKewan, D. H., Welsh river scenes, a pair — 9! X 13^ (Robbins), 10s. 

77 McKewan, D. H., Woody river scene ; and Dorking Mill (Campbell), £1 2s. 

78 Prout, S., Fountain, in old courtyard, with peasant-women — 15J X iof (Carey), 

£1 us. 6d. 

79 Pyne, T, Path by the stream ; and Breakers, by B. Whitmore (Peat), £6 6s. 

80 Varley, J., Landscape, with a peasant and sheep on a bridge; Mountainous 

landscape ; and River scene, with boats (Thomas), £2 12s. 6d. 

81 Blair, John, 1906, Berwick-on-Tweed — 14 X 2oJ (Bond), £7 17s. 6d. 

82 Wells, J. Sanderson, The last hill up : Epsom — i2f X 2o£ (Paul), £4 14s. 6d. 
•83 Cattermole, C, The Lord of the Manor ; and The Little Queen, a pair — 5$ x 

17J (Coelling), £5 15s. 6d. 
£4 Cattermole, C, 1886, Courtship — 16 x 21 (Coelling), £5 5s. 

85 Boughton, G. H., R.A., Passing shower — 19! x 11J (Read), £5 5s. 

86 Boughton, G. H., R.A., Inn at Haslemere— 17J X 11J (Hoet), £4 4s. 



25^ ART PRICES CURRENT. 

87 Boughton, G. H., R.A., Sketch near Felixstowe ; and Study for " The waning 

of the honeymoon " (James), £6 6s. 

88 Boughton, G. H., R.A., Orkney Fisherwomen ; and St. Ives (James), £10 ios„ 

89 Boughton, G. H., R.A., Village in Gloucestershire ; and Village Green (Christie), 

£6 6s. 

90 Boughton, G. H., R.A., House at Felixstowe ; and Bodiam Castle (Christie), 

£3 16s. 6d. 

91 Boughton, G. H., R.A., In the Highlands; and Sheep drovers (Clements), 

£7 7s. 

92 Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., 1881, Path to the farm— 7 x ioj (Louis), £16 16s. 

PICTURES. 

93 Boughton, G. H., R.A., Wales : Before the Cave of Belarius : Enter Imogen 

in boy's clothes, R.A. 1903 — 66£ X 53 (Morgan), £31 10s. 

94 Crome, W. H., River at Runham, Norfolk: Moonrise — 17J X 23i (Ward),. 

£3 3S- 

95 Frith, W. P., R.A., 1874, The bridesmaid— 41J X 30 (Wyatt), £16 16s. 

96 .Ghent, P., Harvest-time in the Conway Valley — 19 X 29 (Hunt), £7 17s. 6d.. 

97 Shayer, W., sen., Highland gossips — 29 X 24 (Prince), £21. 

98 Shayer, W., sen., The gamekeeper — 16 X 13 (Cooling), £19 19s. 

99 Watson, R., 1906, Highland cattle : Loch Goil — 29 X 49J (Grant), £12 12s. 

100 Wimperis, E. M., The sisters — 15^ x 2i£ (Gooden and Fox), £37 16s. 

101 Douglas, Andrew, June in the Highlands — 21 X 29 (Lacey), £3 3s. 

102 Trouillebert, P. D., Bords de la Vienne a Candes — 14^ x -2ii (Louis), £15 15s. 

103 Vickers, A., 1856, Evening near Southend — ii£ X 17J (C. T. Harris), £8 8s. 

104 Dupont, W. F., Driving cattle — 30 X 50 (Thomas), £4 14s. 6d. 

105 Armfield, G., The hot paunch , A little too hot ; and An illustrious visitor,, 

a pair — 24+ X 29! (Jacques), £6 16s. 6d. 

106 Brangwyn, F., A.R.A., 1890, At Galata, panel — 12 X i6£ (Rowley), £8 8s. 

107 Brangwyn, F., A.R.A., Spring — 19J X 29^ (Lister), £7 17s. 6d. 
io3 Kilburne, G. G., Refreshment — 21J X 17 (Swift), £6 6s. 

109 Falero, L., The cobweb — 14J x 10J (Bale), £13 13s. 

no Aquila, Adolf o del, 1909, Gaditana — 24J X 17^ (Marks), £5 5s. 

in Etty, W., R.A., Study of a male figure — 15 x 13 (Louis), £1 2s. 

112 O'Neill, G. B., Parental advice, panel — 9 X 12 (Vicars), £16 16s. 

113 Ansdell, R., R.A., Sheep in the snow, a sketch — 14 x 12J (Vicars), 12s. 

114 Lewis, C. J., 1874, Between June and May — 14J x 24!- (Green), £4 4s. 

115 Vickers, A., 1856, Woody landscape, with cattle — 23$ X 19 J (H. Harris), 

£13 13s- 

116 Chambers, G., 1858, Pilot-cutters and shipping, off the mouth of the Thames — 

44 X 57 (Sampson), £6 6\ 

117 Geddes, A., A.R.A., James VV'ardrop, Esq., of Torbanehill, Linlithgowshire, 

panel — 17 x 13^ (Wardrop), £7 17s. 6d. 

118 Robertson, C, Views in Cairo, a pair — 19J x 155- (Ward), £2 15s. 

119 Fleury, R., 1851, Death of an artist, panel — 14 x io£ (Hutt), £1 is. 

120 Bright, H, Winter landscape, with church and windmills — g£ x 17J (Carfax), 

£13 13s. 

121 Wilson, J. J., Farmyard, with peasant-woman, cattle and goat — nj X 13^ 

(Vicars), £14 14s. 

122 Macculloch, H., R.S.A., Highland landscape, with trees ; and Park scene,. 

by E. Hargitt (Cooling), £2 10s. 



February 20, 191 1. 265 

123 Mura, F., Landscape, with a cart on a rough road — 15J x n| (Van Duren), 

£15 rss. 

124 Ward, J., R.A., Dead lioness, panel — qJ X 12 (Brown and Phillips), £7 17s. 6d. 

125 Dupray, H., Apres la Victoire : Wagram, 1S09 — 28 x 38 (Storm), £24 3s. 

126 Jongkind, J. B., Boats on Dutch Canal : Moonlight, panel — 9J x 12 (Gooden 

and Fox), £15 4s. 6d. 

127 Bouche, 1892, River scene : Stormy sky — 12* X \7\ (VVallis), £4 4s. 

128 Chelminski, J. C, Cossack soldiers in the snow, panel — 8| x 10J (Huggins), 

£7 I7i- 6d. 

129 Keelhol, A., 1856, Poultry— 27! X 2ii (Sampson), £6 6s. 

130 Crome, J. B., Rembrandt's Mill— 32 X 42 (Drake), £3 3s. 

Property of the late George Aitchison, Esq., 150, Harley 
Street, W. 

DRAWINGS. 

131 Fielding, C, Italian landscape, with figures ; and View in Cumbeiland, by 

W. Havell, charcoal (Leggatt), £8 18s. 6d. 

132 Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., Lady on a balcony ; and Woman's head (Cooling), 

£9 9 s - 

PICTURES. 

133 Constable, J., R.A., East Bergholt — 6 x g| (Carfax), £31 10s. 

134 Danby, F., A.R.A., Woody river scene: Evening — 19J x 25J (Carey), £2 5s. 

135 Holland, J., Venice : Moonlight — 12 X 9 (Ford), £6 6s. 

136 Holl, F., R.A., Want. A study for the picture— 25 X 18 (Cooling), £11 ns. 

137 Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., A Roman mother — 24 X 19 (Smith), £23 2s. 

138 Mason, G., A.R.A., Wetley Rocks— 16£ X io| (Cooling), £7 7s. 

139 Mason, G., A.R.A., Studies of Roman figures, a pair — 10J X 7\ (Graham), 

£2 2S. 

140 Mason, G., A.R.A., Roman peasant-girls (Leggatt), £1 is. 

141 Mason, G., A.R.A., Girl, driving geese ; Head of the artist ; and Study of a 

duck (Leggatt), £7 7s. 

142 Mason, G., A.R.A., Love — 2} X 4! (Leggatt), £4 4s. 

143 Tadema, Sir L. Alma, R.A., Outskirts of a wood — 8J X 13^ (Louis), £25 4s. 



266 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February 25, 1911. Christies. 

The Property of the late Lady Amelius Bcauclerk, 3, 
Bryanston Square, W. 

PICTURES. 

1 Woody road, with horseman and figures — 24 X 29 (Leggatt), £4 4s. 

2 Road scene, with figures and cart near a cottage, panel — io| X 14* (Pcrmain), 

£3 ios. 

3 Bosch, Van den, "Ecce Homo" — 36J X 31 (Collings), £5 5s. 

4 Croos, J. van, Village scene, panel — 18£ X 25 (Parsons), £1 ios. 

5 Decker, C, Old cottage, by a stream, panel — 22£ X 18J (Clarke), £52 ros. 

6 Domenichino, Female Saint, holding a crucifix and a palm — 26£ X 22 (Mrs. 

Burton), £5 5s. 

7 Downman, J., A.R.A., Portrait of a boy, in red coat, panel, oval — 9 X 7 

(Dyer), £21. 

8 Dutch School. Hilly landscape, with peasants and animals — 36 x 50 (Too- 

good), £5 5s. 

9 Dutch School. River scene, with bridge, figures and cattle — 21 X 27^ (Bur- 

ton), £2 12s. 6d. 

10 Dutch School. Vestibule of a palace, with figures and dogs, panel — 14 X 18J 

(Hughes), £3 13s. 6d. 

11 Early English School. Gentleman, in blue coat, holding hat and stick — 

35 X 27 (Tooth), £126. 

12 English School. Comedy — 34 X 27^ (Leggatt), £13 13s. 

13 French School. The sack of a village — 19 X 25^ (Rutley), £17 17s. 

14 Gael, Barent, Trumpeter on horseback, and other figures — 22} X 20J (Clarke), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

15 Guardi, View in Venice — 15$ X ni (Metchkovsky), £8 8s. 

16 Guercino, Head of a female saint, oval — 18J X 15 (Borel), £3. 

17 Heusch, W. de, Hilly landscape, with the good Samaritan — 50^ X 41$ (Borel), 

£4 4S- 

18 Heusch, W. de, Woody landscapes, with peasants and animals, a pair — 35 x 27 

(Thorne), £46 4s. 

19 Italian School. View in Rome, with buildings and a tomb — 36! x 51 (Ren- 

ton), £4 4s. 

20 Italian School. Presentation of the Virgin — 20J X 25 (Collings), £1 is. 

21 Kneller, Girl, in white and blue dress, with child holding a spray of roses — 

57 X 43 (Leggatt), £14 14s. 

22 Kneller, A Young Prince, in blue coat, holding a parrot — 33^ x 28J (Burton), 

£11 us. 

23 Lawrence School. Young girl, with white and red dress — 24 X 20J (Hallyn), 

£12 12s. 

24 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A. (after), Nature — 15 J ins., circular (Dyer), £21. 



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25 Lingelbach, J., Horse Fair, with numerous figures — 22j X 31 (Metchkovsky), 

£13 13s- 

26 Lint, Van, Italian ruias, with figures and animals near a fountain — 36 X 5iJ 

(Thorne), £10 10s. 

27 Longhi, Gentleman, with brown cloak — 40J x 29 (Shepherd), £24. 3s. 

28 Loutherbourgh, Naval engagement between the British and the Dutch Fleets, 

panel — 21 X 31 (Burton), £2 12s. 6d. 

29 Morland, G., Landscape, with a cottage, figures and white horse — 9} X 12 

(Shepherd), £44 2s. 

30 Murillo School. Saint Jerome — 33 X 25 (Bcrel), £2 12s. 6d. 

31 Nikkelen, I. van, Interior of a church, with figures, panel — 25 X 21 (Strcletski), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

32 Norwich School. Woody landscape, with a cottage and figures, panel — 17 X 

25! (Renton), £3 3s. 

33 Pannini, P., Courtyard of a palace — 41 X 58 (Cohen), £35 14s. 

34 Pannini, P., Ruins and figures — 28 X 22J (Thorne), £27 6s. 

35 Parcelles, J., Shipping off a jetty, panel — 7} x 9 J (Parsons), £4 4s. 

36 Romney, G. (after), Lord William de Vere Beauclerk, eighth Duke of St. 

Albans, in naval uniform, standing in a landscape — 83 x 52i (Harley), 
£36 155. 

37 Snyders, F., Dogs and bittern — 27 X 22 (Metchkovsky), £8 18s. 6d. 

38 Vitelli, Van, View of Naples — 48$ X 72 (Huggins), £26 5s. 

39 Vries, J. de, Landscape, with cottage among trees, signed and dated 1647, 

panel — 17 x 23^ (Parsons), £17 6s. 6d. 

40 Witte, G. de, Figures in a boat at sea, panel — igj X 25! (Streletski), £10 10s 

Different Properties. 

PASTELS. 

41 Early English School. Lady, in blue dress with pearl ornaments — 22 X 17 

(Renton), £5 5s. 

42 Early English School. Lady, in white dress, wearing a spray of orange- 

blossom — 22£ x 16 (Renton), £5 15s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

43 Renard, F. T., Summer ; and Winter : River scenes, a pair, panel — 13 x i6| 

(Morris), £12 12s. 

44 Zucchero, Duchess of Parma, panel — 17 x 13$ (Hughes), £31 10s. 

45 Spanish School. Head of a Prince, with armour — 19 x 15 (Hughes), £8 8s. 

46 Early English School. Gentleman, in grey dress, holding his stick — 29 X 24J 

(Buttery), £10 10s. 

47 Early English School. Lady, in white dress, her arm on the back of her chair — 

29 J X 244 (Woodhousc), £9 9s. 

48 Boucher, Venus and Mars : Allegorical subjects, a pair, unframed — 31 X 14 

(Wallis), £39 18s. 

49 Hondecoeter, M., Poultry and pigeons — 37$ X 3oi (Lesser), £336. 

50 Molenaer, Interior, with peasants playing cards, panel — 19 X 24 (Metchkovsky), 

£21. 



:CS ART PRICES CURRENT. 

51 Richardson, J., Boy, in blue dress, with a dog — 49 x 39 (Leggatt), £2 2s. 

52 Theus, General Atkins, in blue coat and pink vest ; and Mrs. Atkins, in blue 

dress with pearls, a pair, signed, and dated 1762-3 — 29 X 24 (Barber) r 
£S 18s. 6d. 

53 Beale, Mary, Youth, in brown and white dress, with dog ; and Lady, in brown 

and blue dress (Dyer), £15 15s. 

54 Vinckeboons, Woody landscape, with chateau, panel — 19 X 27J (Streletski),. 

£8 8;. 
53 Early English School. Gentleman, in brown dress, holding an engraving — 
49i >■ 39i (Ceilings), £22 is. 

56 Ostade, I. van, Frozen river scene, with sledges and figures, panel — 15 X 23J 

(Beale), £21. 

57 Mosmer, J. L., 1791, Sir J. Errington, in brown coat — 44J X 34 (Hollis), 

£50 8s. 

55 Morland, Rocky coast scene — 21 J X 2~| (Leger), £14 14s. 

59 Spanish School. Peasant woman, holding a chicken — 28i X 23I (Wagner), 

£3 3S. 

60 Kneller, Charles, Earl of Halifax, wearing the riband of the Garter — 49 X 40 

(Shepherd), £21. 

61 Kneller, Brigadier Montague, in red coat and breastplate ; and his wife- 

(nee Arabella Trevor), in blue dress, a pair — 29J X 24J (Cubitt), £6 6s. 

62 French School. Lovers — 29 X 39 (H. J. Simmons), £37 16s. 

63 Dutch School. Fruit on a slab, panel — 13 X 19J (Oppington), £6 6s. 

64 Floris, F., Danae, panel — 46 J X 65 (Weekes), £18 18s. 

65 Venne, A. van de, Frozen river scene, with sledges, panel — 17 X 24J (St. 

Hensee), £18 18s. 

66 Brakenburg, R., Gypsies before a tavern — 26 X 34 (Schroeder), £12 12s. 

67 Molenaer, K., Landscape, with figures and horses before an inn — 23 X 31 

(Oppington), £6 6s. 

68 Jonghe, L. de, Stag-hunting, panel — 22J X 21 (Parsons), £12 12s. 

69 Diepraam, A toper, panel — 7J X 5J (Buttery), £5 5s. 

70 German School. A boar hunt — 18 X 16J (Dowdeswell), £19 19s. 

71 Early English School. Lady Beresford, in pink dress and lace cap — 15 \ X 12} 

(withdrawn). 

72 Dutch School. Flowers and herbage ; view of Antwerp in the distance — 53J X 

ySh (Huggins), £35 14s. 

73 Everdingen, A. van, Rocky river scene — 26J X 2iJ (Huggins), £58 16s. 

74 Lairesse, J. D., Peace; and War: Allegorical subjects, a pair — 32 X 25^ 

(Stroebel), £7 7s. 

75 Early English School. Lady, in brown dress, seated, resting her elbow on 

the arm of the chair — 35^ X 26J (Shepherd), £35 14s. 

76 Mans, F. H., Frozen river scene, panel — 14} X 11 i (Robert), £10 10s. 

77 Uden, Van, Hilly river scene, panel — 8 X 143- (Lesser), £2 2s. 

78 Brun, Vigre le, Young girl, in mauve and white dress, oval — 21 X 17I (Thorne), 

79 Cuyp, Lady, with a large ruff — 22J X 18 J (Arthur), £99 15s. 

80 Grieff, A., Sportsman and Lady, with dogs and dead game — 19 X 22 J (But- 

tery), £19 19s. 

81 Hudson, T., Dame Frances Shirley — 49$- X 39 J (Reade), £48 6s. 

82 Ibbetson, J. C, Mountainous landscape, with peasant, milkmaid, and cattle — 

i9i X 25^ (Wallis), £11 us. 



February 25, 191 1. 26g» 

83 Italian School. Landscape, with ruins — 20J X 30 (Cohen), £3 3s. 

84 French School. Young gentleman, in mauve coat and yellow vest, writing — 

29 X 24 (Hoyel), £9 os. 

85 Early English School. Gentleman, in brown coat, with white stock — 29J X 24 £ 

(Abel), £10 10s. 

86 Early English School. William Cowper, the poet, in brown dress — 2SJ X 24 

(Wyatt), £25 4s. 

87 Verelst, J., 1712, Lady, in blue dress, with red shawl, unframed — 29 X 24. 

(Reid), £1 us. 6d. 

88 Horemans, J. J., Group of market figures — 22 X 18J (Cubitt), £6 16s. 6d. 

89 English School. Girl, in white dress ; and her young brother, in brown* 

frock — 29^ X 24^ (Leger), £15 4s. 6d. 

90 Lyons, Corneille de, Gentleman, in black dress, cap and gold chair, panel — 

4^ ins. circular (Dance), £81 18s. 

91 Dutch School. Gentleman, in yellow dress, with flowing hair — iq X 16 

(Bailey), £22 is. 

92 Teniers, D., Interior of a Guard-room, with youth, armour and arms ; card- 

players in the background, panel — nj X i6£ (Parsons), £50 8;. 

93 Storck, Johannes, Seaports, with Venetian buildings, a pair, signed and dated 

1679 — 50 X 78 (Huggins), £71 8s. 

94 Giorgione, Saint William, or Charles Audax, Duke of Burgundy, in armour — 

37 X 29i(Field),£2i. 

95 Raffaelle, Madonna di Casa Colonna, panel — 29^ X 23 (Jay), £14 14s. 

96 Ferrato, Sasso, Madonna, in blue robe, with hands clasped — 28^ X 23 (Borel),. 

£5 js. 

97 French School. Figures in a garden — 17J X 23^ (Tracey), £5 15s. 6d. 

98 Ruysdael, Landscape, with figures and animals on a hill — 34 J- X 46 (Arthur),. 

£99 15s. 

99 Teniers, D., Landscape, with figures on a sandy read, panel — 17I X 24k 

(Schroeder), £15 155. 

100 Wilson, Italian river scene — 22 X 29 (Borel), £15 155. 

101 Shayer, Gleaners, panel — 17^ X 23J (Murton), £10 10s. 

102 Early Flemish School. Triptych, with The Adoration of the Magi in the- 

centre ; The Nativity and The Presentation on the wings, central panel — 
29J X 19 (Renton), £25 4s. 

103 Dutch School. Gentleman, holding a group of cupids — 24 X iSJ (Witte),. 

£78 15s. 

104 Dutch School. Card-players, panel — iSJ •: 24J (Borell, £10 10s. 

105 School of Mantegna. The presentation in the Temple, panel — ioJ X 9}; 

(Abel), £7 7s. 

The Property of a Lady. 

PICTURES. 

106 Crivelli, Carlo, Saint John the Baptist, panel — 25J '■' i8J (Douglas), £168- 

107 Dossi, Dosso, Holy Family and an angel, panel — 18} X 12 (Wright), £6 6s. 

108 Flemish School. La Pieta ; and River scene, with angler, and figures crossing' 

a bridge, panel (Pawsey and Payne), £3 13s. 6d. 

109 Early Florentine School. Horsemen and figures, with two dogs, panel— 

10 X i2i (Dance), £131 5s. 



-2jo ART PRICES CURRENT. 

no Early German School. The Mass of Saint Gregory, panel — 14 X iof (Buttery) , 
£6 6s. 
in School of Quentin Matsys. Head of the Madonna, with blue robes, and white 
head-dress, panel — 18 x 16 (Dykes), £10 10s. 

112 Perugino, P., Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian, panel — 10 X 18 (Cozens). 

£189. 

113 Wouverman, Ph., Two boys, a white horse, and a dog, panel — "j\ X 5I (Pawsey 

and Payne), £4 4s. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

114 Egg, A. L., R.A., Study for " Peter the Great's first sight of Catherine," black 

and white — 22 X 34! (Pawsey and Payne), £1 10s. 

115 Rosa, S., Study of a tree, pen and bistre — 23! X 16 (Dance), £8 8s. 

116 Rosalba, Head of a lady, with blue dress, pastel — \-j\ X 13$ (Renton), £6 6s. 

PICTURES. 

117 Artois and Teniers, Woody landscape, with sportsmen and dogs — 26J X 33 

(Parsons), £42. 

118 Banck, Van der, Mr. Colier, in blue coat and white vest— 48 X 39 J (Gill), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

119 Berchem, N., Peasant, cattle, and sheep, panel — 9J X 13 (Lousada), £22 is. 

120 Bonifazio, Joseph blessing Ephraim and Manasseh — 8J X 14I (Shepherd), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

121 Boyce, Miss, Girl, holding a laurel-wreath — 16J X 13! (Wallis), £1 us. 6d. 

122 Brill, P., Landscape, with ruins, figures and animals, panel — 9! X 13I (Col- 

lings), £2 12s. 6d. 

123 Bronzino, Mary Stuart, standing by a table, on copper — 12 X 9 (Leger), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

124 Coypel, Child in a cradle — 22^ X %7\ (Renton), £2 12s. 6d. 

125 Domenichino, Head of a female saint ; and Sigismunda (Parsons), £6 6s. 

126 Dubbels, H., Mouth cf a river : Boat coming ashore — 15! X i6£ (Courean), 

£8 8s. 

127 Early English School. Gentleman, in dark coat and red vest — 29^ X 24 J 

(Maitland), £3 13s. 6d. 

128 and 129 Eastlake, Sir C. L., P.R.A., Lady Eastlake, in blue dress : A study. 

— Views of the Coliseum, a pair — 20 X 25 (Carfax), £25 4s. 

130 English School. Hilly river scene, with figures and sheep — 2oJ X 28 (Reid), 

£1 us. 6d. 

131 French School. Lady, in blue and white dress, oval — zy\ X 21 (Reid), £2 2s . 

132 Hayley, William Cowper, the poet — 28 X 24 (Landstein), 10s. 6d. 

133 Hogarth, W., Gentleman, his wife, and four children — 28 X 31 (Hughes), 

£52 10s. 

134 Kneller, Sir G., Sir Thomas Bellingham, in armour, oval — 29 X 24 (Smith), 

£29 8s. 

135 Lauri, F., The repose in Egypt ; and Head of a gentleman (Collings), £1 is. 
^36 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., Portrait of a gentleman, a sketch — 2gJ X 24$ 

(Gillard), £11 us. 



February 25, 1911. 271 



137 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of a Nobleman, in brown cloak — 29 X 25 (Shepherd), 

£19 19s. 

138 Lely, Lady, in red and white dress, with pearls, oval — 28 J x 24 (Leggatt), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

139 Ossenbeeck, J., Farm scene, signed, and dated 1644, panel — 14$ X 19 (Roe), 

£10 10s. 

140 Ryckaert, D., Interior of a studio — 22 X 32J (Lesser), £36 15s. 

141 Salviati, A sculptor, in dark dress and hat ; statuette on a pedestal before 

him, panel — 40 :■: 30 (Wright), £2 2s. 

142 Titian (after), " Neither do I condemn thee," by T. Webster, R.A. — 19 X 23J 

(Cohen), £3 3s. 

143 Valckert, W. van, Admiral Jochem Hendriksz Swartenhout, in red dress, , 

with chain and sword, panel — 39J X 28J (Glen), £52 10s. 

144 Vandyck, King Charles I, in buff dress brocaded with silver, white lace collar, 

and blue sash ; and Queen Henrietta Maria, in blue dress with red ribands 
and white lace collar, a pair, oval — 29 x 23$ (Cohen), £110 55. 

145 Vandyck, Sir A. (after), Inigo Jones, architect, in black gown and cap, oval — 

294 X 24J (Renton), £9 9s. 

146 Wynant ; , J., Landscape, with fallen timber and figures — 27 X 2i| (Howard. 1 

£31 1 os. 



•2 7 2 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Februarj' 28, 191 1. Christies. 

Fine Mezzotint Portraits after Reynolds, Hoppner, 
Romney, and others, by Cousins, and other Engravings, 
the Property of John Charrington, Esq., The Grange, 
■ Shenley, Herts. 

SAMUEL COUSINS, R.A. 

Un framed. 

1 Lady Acland, after Severn — first state ; and Mrs. Hannah Brown, after Edwin 

Long — presentation proof, signed (Ball), ios. 

■2 Rosa Bonheur, after Dubufe — first state (Vicars), £2 5s. 

3 Beatrice Cenci, after Guido Reni — second state (Leggatt), £9 gs. 

4 The Dauphin, after Greuze — artist's proof (Vicars), £11 ns. 

5 Michael Faraday, after Pickersgill — third state (Maggs), £1 14s. 

6 Elizabeth Fry, after G. Richmond — second state (Chaundy), £2 5s. 

7 Sir William Knighton, after Lawrence — second state ; and Dugald Stewart, 

Esq., after Wilkie (Leggatt), £2 15s. 

8 Sir Edwin Landseer, " The Connoisseurs," after himself — second state (Young), 

£1 5S. 

9 Sir Thomas Lawrence, after himself — first state (Young), £3 15s. 

10 Sir Thomas Munro, after Shee — second state ; and The Duke of Wellington — 

fourth state (Robson & Co.), £4 ios. 

11 John Henry, Cardinal Newman, after Lady Coleridge — third state, signed 

(Gooden & Fox), £3 3s. 

12 Sir Robert Peel, after Lawrence — second state (Leggatt), £6 6s. 

13 Lady Peel, after the same — engraver's proof (Vicars), £21. 

14 Lady Rolle, after Mrs. Robertson — second state ; and Sir Henry Rawlinson, 

after Phillips — first state (Vicars), £11 us. 

15 and 16 Daniel Sandford, D.D., after Watson Gordon — first state, with 

Cousins's autograph ; and Bishop Heber, after Phillips — second state — 
William Shakespeare — director's proof, signed by J. Payne Collier 
(Young), £2 5s. 

17 Princess Sophia Matilda, after Sir J. Reynolds — first state, signed (Young), ios. 

18 The Marquess of Stafford, and Lady Evelyn Gower, after Sir E. Landseer — 

first state, signed (Robson), £5 15s. 6d. 

19 Queen Victoria, after Lowes Dickinson — first state, signed (Leggatt), £2 15s. 

20 Queen Victoria, with the Princess Royal and the Prince of Wales, after Sir E. 

Landseer — first state, signed ; and The Princess Royal, after Winterhalter 
— second state, signed (Vicars), £1 is. 

21 The Duke of Wellington, after Lawrence — first state (Leggatt), £2. 

22 William Wilberforce, after Richmond — first state (Vicars), £1 is. 

-23 Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane, after Correggio ; and The Early Dawn, 
after Cristall — first state, signed (Vicars), £1 is. 



February 2S, ign. 273 



24 Mater Dolorosa ; and Mater Purissima, after Frederick Goodall — a pair, signed 

by the painter (Leggatt), £2 12s. 6d. 

25 A Fiper and a Pair of Nutcrackers, after Sir E. Landseer — first state (Grant), 

£11 us. 

26 Return from hawking, after the same — first published state (Vicars), £1 is. 

27 Saved, after the same — first state (Graves), £1 us. 6d. 

28 Zeyra. after Leighton — artist's proof ; The Minuet, after Millais — artist's 

proof (Vicars), £6 6s. 

29 New Laid Eggs, a>fter Millais — artist's proof ; The Order of Release, after the 

same — artist's proof (Young), £5 15s. 6d. 

30 The Picture of Health, after Millais — artist's proof ; Pomona, after the same — 

artist's proof (Vicars), £3 3s. 

31 The Princes in the Tower, after Millais — artist's proof (Perkin), £4 14s. 6d. 

32 Yes or No ? ; No ! ; Yes, after Millais — artist's proofs (Vicars), £2 2s. 

J3 Imprisoned, after Briton Riviere — artist's proof; The Maid of Saragjssa, 
after Wilkie — first state (Vicars), £1 is. 

34 Iufaut Samuel ; and Infant Timothy, after J. Sant — first states, signed (Vicars), 

£7 7*. 

35 From Dawn to Sunset ; and The Mitherless Bairn, after Faed — artist's proofs 

(Gooden & Fox), £5 15s. 6d. 
35 Thomas Campbell, after Sir T. Lawrence, by Samuel and Henry Cousins — 

second state (Vicars), £2 15s. 
37 The Hon. Mrs. Ashley, by Phillips, after the same — first state (Young), £1 2s. 
•38 Edmund Keau, by S. W. Reynolds, after S. Cousins (Vicars), 10s. 6d. 
39 The Works of Sir Thomas Lawrence, engraved by S. Cousins, G. H. Phillips, 

J. R. Jackson, E. Mclnnes, and others — mostly in the first states, uniformly 

mounted (51 in solander case) (Vicars), £96 12s. 

Framed. 

.40 Lady Acland and children, after Sir T. Lawrence — first state (Colnaghi & Co.), 
£81 1 8s. 

41 Lady Anne Bingham, after Sir J. Reynolds — artist's proof (Leggatt), £14 3s. 6d. 

42 Miss Penelope Boothby, after the same — artist's proof (Vicars), £12 12s. 

43 Miss Bowles, after the same — artist's proof (Vicars), £7 7s. 

44 Mrs. Braddyll, after the same (Gooden & Fox), £57 15s. 

45 Robert Burns, by W. Walker and S. Cousins, after Nasmyth — second state 

(Leggatt), £42. 

46 Robert Burns, by W. Walker and S. Cousins, after the same — fourth state, 

signed (Maggs), £32 us. 

47 George Canning, after Chantrey — first state ; and William Pitt, after the 

same — signed (Pollard), £1 5s. 
.48 Lady Harriet Clive, after Sir T. Lawrence — second state (Dighton), £54 12s. 

49 Samuel Cousins, after Edwin Long — artist's proof (Young), £2 5s. 

50 Miss Croker, after Sir T. Lawrence — third state (Leggatt), £29 8s. 

31 The Duchess of Devonshire, after Sir ]. Reynolds — artist's proof (Vicars), 
£18 iSs. 

52 Lady Dover and son, after Sir T. Lawrence — first state, signed (Gooden & Fox), 

£71 Ss. 

53 LaJv Anne Fitzpatrick, after Sir J. Reynolds — artist's proof (Gooden & Fox), 

£7 7s. 



274 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

54 Countess Gower and daughter, after Sir T. Lawrence— second published state 

(Gooden & Fox), £99 15s. 

55 Earl Grey, after the same — first state (Vicars), £2 15s. 

56 Countess Grey and children, after the same — first state, signed (Leggatt), £84. 

57 Countess Grosvenor, after the same — second state (Gooden & Fox), £46 4s. 

58 Miss Theophila Gwatkin, " Simplicity," after Sir J. Reynolds — third working 

proof, signed (Agnew), £8 8s. 

59 Master Lambton, after Sir T. Lawrence — engraver's proof (Colnaghi & Co.),, 

£2 15s. 

60 Sir Thomas Lawrence, after himself — second state (Burt), £4 4s. 

61 Mrs. Lister, after Newton — third state (Gooden & Fox), £5 5s. 

62 Miss Macdonald, after Sir T. Lawrence — first state (Dighton), £32 ns. 

63 Sir James Moncrieff, after Watson Gordon — first state, signed (F. Daniell), £4 4s. 

64 Lady Caroline Montagu, as " Winter," after Sir J. Reynolds — artist's proof 

(Ling), £2 2s. 

65 Lady Peel, after Sir T. Lawrence — first published state (Dighton), £73 10s. 

66 Miss Peel, after the same — first published state, signed (Vicars), £63. 

67 Miss Rich, after Hogarth — selected artist's proof (Brail), £1 5s. 

6S Elizabeth, Duchess of Rutland, after G. Sanders — first state (Leggatt), £13 13s. 

69 Mary Isabella, Duchess of Rutland, after Sir J. Reynolds — artist's proof 

(Leggatt), £17 6s. 6d. 

70 Sir Michael Shaw Stewart, after Sir H. Raeburn — first published state (Vicars),. 

£18 18s. 

71 Lavinia, Countess Spencer, with straw hat, after Sir J. Reynolds — artist's. 

proof (Leggatt), £14 35. 6d. 

72 Lavinia, Countess Spencer, with lace cap, after the same — artist's proof (Young) r 

£2 12s. 6d. 

73 Lavinia, Countess Spencer, and Lord Althorp, after the same — selected artist's 

proof (Brown), £3 135. 6d. 

74 Queen Victoria, after Chalon — the large plate (Amor), £7 7s. 

75 Queen Victoria, with the Princess Royal and the Prince of Wales, after Landseer 

(Amor), £2 12s. 6d. 

76 The Duke of Wellington, after Sir T. Lawrence — second state (Gooden & Fox),, 

£11 os. 6d. 

77 Mrs. Wolff, after the same — second state (Jacobson), £12 is. 6d. 
7S La Surprise, after Dubufe — first state (Colnaghi & Co.), £141 15s. 

79 The Little Pouter, after Greuze — artist's proof (Vicars), £1 is. 

80 Maid and the Magpie, after Landseer — artist's proof (Coke), £2 2s. 

81 A Midsummer Night's Dream, after Landseer — engraver's proof, signed! 

(Vicars), £5 15s. 6d. 

82 Biondina, after Lord Leighton — selected artist's proof (Vicars), £5 5s. 

83 Moretta, after the same — artist's proof (Vicars), £5 5s. 

84 The Orphan ; and The Visionary, after Liverseege — first published states, 

a pair, signed (Gooden & Fox), £10 10s. 

85 Playmates, after H. Merle — artist's proof (Vicars), £5 5s. 

86 Age of Innocence, after Sir J. Reynolds — fourth working proof, signed (Gooden 

and Fox), £13 13s. 

87 Muscipula, after the same — artist's proof (Ling), £1 is. 

88 The Strawberry Girl, after the same — artist's proof (Gooden & Fox), £13 13s. 

89 Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette in the prison of the Temple, after E. M. Ward 

— a.lr-fs proof (Amor), £2 12s. 6d. 



February 28, 1911. 275 



go Miss O'Neill as " Juliet," by G. Maile, after G. Dawe — proof, first fifty (Cox), 

£l2 I2S. 

V 11I ram ed. 

91 Dalen, C. Van, Henry, Duke of Gloucester, after Luttichuys (White), £1 is. 

92 Drevet, P., Jacques Nicholas Colbert, after Rigaud (F. D. a) — second state 

(Parsons), £1 is. 

93 Drevet, P., Philippe de Courcilloii, Marquis dc Daugeau, after Rigaud (F. D. 36) 

— third state (Parsons), £1 14s. 

94 Drevet, P., Cardinal de Fleury, after Rigaud (F. D. 48) — third state (Agnew), 

£3 5S. 

95 Drevet, P., Louis XV, full length (F. D. 55)— second state (Maggs), £1 is. 

96 Edelinck, G., Jean de La Fontaine, after Rigaud (R. D. 230), (Agnew) £i 15s. 

97 Edeliack, G., Jean Racine (R. D. 302)— uudescribed state before the name 

of the engraver (Rimell), 18s. 

98 Houbraken, J., Francis, Earl of Bedford — proof before letters; and William II, 

Prince of Orange, by Tanje, after Hondthorst — proof before all letters 
(Maggs), 14s. 

99 and 100 Loggan, D., Archibald, Duke of Argyll ; John Chardiu ; and 

William Holder. — James Sharp, Archbishop of St. Andrews ; Thomas 
Willis, M.D. ; and Samuel Collins, by Faithornc (Maggs), 10s. 

101 Masson, A., Guillaume dc Brisacier, after Mignard (R. D. 15) — fourth state 

(Davis), 10s. 

102 Masson, A., Hardouiu de Perefixe, after the same (R. D. 61) — second state 

(Rimell), 10s. 

103 Nanteuil, R., Francois Blondeau (R. D. 40) — only state (Rimell), 10s. 

104 Nanteuil, R., Frederick Maurice, Due de Bouillon (R. D. 49) — third state 

(Obach), £12 12s. 

105 Francois de Bonne, Marechal de Crequi (R. D. 81) — second state (Obach), £3 10s. 

106 Nanteuil, R., Bernard de Foix, Due d'Epergnon (R. D. 91) — second state 

(Parsons), £1 is. 

107 Nanteuil, R., Michel Lc Tellier (R. D. 134)— first state (Rimell), £2 12s. 6d. 

108 Nanteuil, R., Charles Maurice Le Tellier (R. D. 139)— fourth state (Ellis and 

Smith), £2 12s. 6d. 

109 Nanteuil, R., Francois dc la Mothe le Vayer (R. D. 143) — second state (Obach), 

£i us. 6d. 
no Nanteuil, R., Jean Loret (R. D. 150) — third state (Colnaghi & Co.), £2 10s. 
in Nanteuil, R., Cardinal Mazariu (R. D. 175) — second state (Rimell), 10s. 
H2 Nanteuil, R., Henri de Savoie, Due de Nemours (R. D. 198) — secoud state 

(Maggs), 10s. 

113 Nanteuil, R., Ferdinand de Neufville, after Champagne (R - D. 203) — second 

state (Rimell), 18s. 

1 14 Nanteuil, R., Nicholas Potier de Novion (R. D. 207) — second state (F. Darnell), 

£8 iSs. 6d. 

115 Nanteuil, R., Hardouiu de Perelixe de Beaumont (R. D. 212) — second state 

(Rimell), 10s. 

1 10 Willc, J. G., Louis Phelypeaux, Comtc dc Saint Florentin, after Tocquc (Lc B. 

124)— second state (Rimell), £2 2s. 
117 Wille, J. G., Henry, Cardinal York (Le B. 150) — second state (Maggs), 14s. 



276 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

118 Rachel, Countess of Southampton, after Van Dyck, by McArdell ; 

and Lady Philadelphia Wharton, after the same, by Dunkarton — first 
state (Swart), £2 2s. 

119 Pontius, Paul, after Van Dyck, by J. Watson — sccoudstate (Swart), £2. 

120 Percy, Hugh, Duke of Northumberland, after Stuart, by C. Turner, — first state 

(Parker), £1 is. 

121 Reynolds, Sir J., Duchess of Ancastcr, by J. Dixon — first state (W. Sabin) 

£13 13s- 

122 Reynolds, Sir J., Duchess of Ancaster, half length, by R. Houston — engraver's 

touched proof (Brown), £1 is. 

123 Reynolds, Sir J., Duke of Bedford with his brothers, and Miss Vernon, by 

V. Green — first state (Maggs), £g gs. 

124 Reynolds, Sir J., Hon. Miss Bingham, by F. Bartolozzi — second state, in bistre 

(W. Sabin), £g 9s. 

125 Reynolds, Sir J., Miss Bowles (juvenile amusement), by W. Ward (Chaundy), 

£2 2S. 

126 Reynolds, Sir J., The same, by C. Turner — first state (Agnew), £7 17s. 6d. 

127 Reynolds, Sir J., Countess of Carlisle, by J. Watson — second state (Parsons), 

£15 15s. 

128 Reynolds, Sir J., Mrs. Carnac, by J. R. Smith (Rimell), £5 5s. 

129 Reynolds, Sir J., Mrs. Crewe, as " Saint Genevieve," by T. Watson — second 

state (Parsons), £7 7s. 

130 Reynolds, Sir J., Master Crewe, as " Henry VIII, by J. R. Smith — second 

state (Maggs), £3 13s. 6d. 

131 Reynolds, Sir J., Duchess of Devonshire and Lady Georgiua Cavendish, by 

G. Keating — first published state (Sabin), £105. 

132 Reynolds, Sir J., Warren Hastings, by T. Watson — only state (Davis), £42. 

133 Reynolds, Sir J., Lady Caroline Howard, by V. Green — engraver's proof (Dance), 

£12 12s. 

134 Reynolds, Sir J., Miss Kemble, in white dress, by J. Jones — first state (Obach), 

£42. 

135 Reynolds, Sir J., Duchess of Leinster, by W. Dickinson — first state (Obach) 

£13 13s. 

136 Reynolds, Sir J., Miss Meyer as " Hebe," by J. Jacobc — first state (Daucc), 

£52 ios. 

137 Reynolds, Sir J., Lady Elizabeth and Lady Henrietta Montagu, by H. Meyer 

— first state (Davis), £44 2s. 

138 Reynolds, Sir J., Mrs. Montagu, by J. R. Smith — second state (Dance), £5 5s. 

139 Reynolds, Sir J., Mrs. Morris, by J. R. Smith — first state (Ellis & Smith), £6 6s. 

140 Reynolds, Sir J., Lady O'Brien, by J. Dixon — first published state (Obach), 

£31 ios. 

141 Reynolds, Sir J., Lady Catherine Powlet, by J. R. Smith — 'first state (Obach), 

£29 8s. 

142 Reynolds, Sir J., Duchess of Rutland, whole length, by V. Green — second state 

(Rimell), £19 19s. 
1 13 Reynolds, Sir J., Mrs. Siddons, as "The Tragic Muse," by P. Haward —third 

state (Parsons), £4 4s. 
144 Reynold-, Sir J., Lady Smythe and children, by F. Bartolozzi — second state 

(W. Sabin), £14 14s. 



February 28, 191 r. ' 277 



145 Reynolds, Sir J., Viscountess Spencer and her daughter, by J. Watson— first 

state (Obach), £50 8s. 
1+6 Reynolds, Sir J. Lady Charles Spencer, by W. Dickinson — second state (Davis), 

£12 12s. 

147 Reynolds, Sir J., The Young Shepherdess, by J. Grozer — first state (Brown), 

£2 2S. 

148 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Mrs. Elliot, by J. Dean (Maggs), £2. 

149 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Boys and dogs, by H. Birche — second state (Young), 

£4 4*- 

150 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Girl in a woody landscape, by Barnard — proof with 

etched letters (Parsons), 10s. 6d. 

151 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Shepherd-Boy, by R. Earlom (F. Daniell), £5 15s. 6d. 

152 Hoppner, J., R.A., Mrs. Arbuthuot, by S. W. Reynolds (\V. Sabin), £i76s. 6d. 

153 Hoppner, J., R.A., Viscountess Hampden, by J. Young — second state (\Y. 

Sabin), £17 6s. 6d. 

154 Hoppner, J., R.A., Mrs. Jordan as "The Comic Muse," by T. Park (Rimell), 

£6 6s. 

155 Hoppner, J., R.A., The Countess of Mexborough, by W. Ward — second state 

(Sabin), £31 10s. 

156 Hoppner, J., R.A., Duke of York, by C. H. Hodges (Thomas), £15 15s. 

157 Hoppner, J., R.A., Salad Girl, by W. Ward — second state (Thomas), £52 10s. 

158 Romney, G., Miss Cumberland, by J. R. Smith (Davis), £52 10s. 

150 Romney, G., Lady Hamilton, as " Nature," by J. R. Smith — third state (W. 
Sabin), £52 10s. 

160 Romney, G., Mrs. Robinson, by J. R. Smith (Savile), £7 17s. 6d. 

161 Romney, G., Countess of Warwick, by J. R. Smith (Dance), £22 is. 

162 Romney, G., Mrs. Yates as " Melpomene," bv V. Green — first state (Brail), 

£2 as. 



OTHER PORTRAITS. 

163 Mary, Duchess of Ancaster, by McArdell, after Hudson — third state (Davis), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

164 Lady Maynard, by J. Watson, after Wilson (Savile), £2 12s. 6d. 

165 Miss Farren, in the character of " Hermione," by Fisner, after Zoffany — proof 

before all letters (Brail), £1 is. 

166 Miss Harriet Powell, by Houston, after Read — second state (Parsons), £17 17s. 

167 Elizabeth, Duchess of Hamilton, by Lowry, after the same — second state 

(Davis), £13 13s. 

168 Mrs. Cosway, by V. Green, after M. Cosway — -second state (Sabin), £47 5s. 
160 Lord George and Lord Charles Spencer, by W. Barnard, after R. Cosway 

(Pollard), £22 is. 

170 Countess of Cork and Orrery, by James Watson, after Hamilton — first state 

(Pollard), £6 16s. 6d. 

171 Madame Grassini, by S. W. Reynolds, after Le Brun — first state (Agnew). 

£2 12s. 6d, 

172 Sir Walter Scott, by C. Turner, after Raeburn — proof (Maggs), £68 5s. 

173 Le Baiser Envoye, by C. Turner, after Greuze (Dance), £157 10s. 

174 Lady Rushout and daughters, by T. Watson, after Gardner— first state (Obach), 

£17 17s. 



o 7 S ART PRICES CURRENT. 

175 Mrs. Gwynne and Mrs. Bunbury, by W. Dickinson, after Gardner — first state 

(Dance), £35 14s. 

176 Dorothea, by W. Say, after Clarke — open letter proof (Harris), 10s. 6d. 

177 The Philosopher, by Pether, after Wright — proof (Jacobson), £2 2s. 

178 Vulture and Snake, by S. W. Reynolds, after Northcote — proof before letters 

(Parsons), 10s. 6d. 

179 The Stray'd Child, by Sym, after J. Ward — proof with open letters (Sabin), 

£13 13s. 

180 A portfolio, with leaves — 32 x 45 (Batsford), £1 is. 



March i, 191 1. 279 



March 1, 1911. Sotheby. 

J. M. W. TURNER'S " LIBER STUDIORUM." 

1 The frontispiece, the etching ; and the same, in the fourth state (Fox), £2 2s. 

2 The bridge and cows, by C. Turner, in an undescribed state, between the second 

and third ; and the Woman and tambourine, by the same, third state 
(Yeulett), £i 5s. 

3 Flint Castle, vessels unloading, by C. Turner, third state ; and Basle, by the 

same, third state (Paterson), £1 6s. 

4 Jason, by C. Turner, first state (R. Ward), £2. 

5 The Strawyard, by C. Turner, first state (Rimell), £1 8s. 

6 The Castle above the meadows, by C. Turner, first state (Rimell), £2. 

7 The Egrement seapiece, by C. Turner, second state (Capt. Mahoul), 16s. 

8 Holy Island Cathedral, by C. Turner, first state (F. Daniell), £2. 

9 Pembury Mill, Kent, by C. Turner, third state ; and The bridge in middle 

distance, by the same, third state (Yeulett), 16s. 
10 Dunstanborough Castle, by C. Turner, third state ; and Lake of Thun, Swiss, 

by the same, third state (Yeulett), 18s. 
n The fifth plague of Egypt, by C. Turner, third state ; and Mount St. Gothard, 

by the same, third state (Yeulett), 16s. 

12 The Farmyard, with the cock, by C. Turner, fine impression of the only state 

(Salford), £1 5s. 

13 Clyde, by C. Turner, second state ; and the same, third state (R. Ward), 

£1 16s. 

14 Little Devil's Bridge, by C. Turner, second state (James), £1 6s. 

15 The Leader seapiece, by C. Turner, second state (Reader), 10s. 

16 Morpeth, by C. Turner, second state (Yeulett), res. 

17 Juvenile tricks, by W. Say, second state (Reader), 16s. 

18 The Hindoo worshipper, by R. Dunkarton, second state (Rimell), £1 12s. 

19 Coast of Yorkshire, by W. Say, second state (Fox), £3 4s. 

20 London, from Greenwich, by C. Turner, second state (Reader), £1 6s. 

21 Windmill and lock, by W. Say, first state (R. Ward), £4 4s. 

22 The junction of the Severn and Wye, by J . M. W. Turner, first state (R. Ward). 

£9- 

23 Marine dabblers, by W. Say, first state (Yeulett), £1 2s. 

24 Near Blair Athol, Scotland, by W. Say, first state (Fox), £10. 

25 Fauffenbourg on the Rhine, by T. Hodgetts, second state ; and Hind Head 

Hill, by Dunkarton, third state (R. Ward), £2 5s. 

26 Young Anglers, by Dunkarton, third state ; and St. Catherine's Hill, near 

Guildford, by J. C. Easling, third state (Col. Ranshaw), £1 6s. 

27 Martello Towers, near Bexhill, Sussex, by W. Say, first state (R. Ward), 

£3 10s. 

28 Iuverary Pier, Loch Fyne : Morning, by J. M. W. Turner, fourth state ; and 

from Spenser's "Faerie Queenc," by T. Hodgetts, third state (Yeulett), 
£ns. 



28o ART PRICES CURRENT. 



29 Water-mill, by Dunkarton, second state (Ranshaw), 18s. 

30 Woman at a tank, by W. Say, second state (R. Ward), £2 2s. 

31 Crypt of Kirkstall Abbey, by J. M. W. Turner, first state (R. Ward), £4 15s. 

32 Procris and Cephalus, by G. Clint, second state (R. Ward), £2 5s. 

33 Winchelsea, Sussex, by J. C. Easling, second state (Fox), £2 12s. 

34 The Mildmay seapiece, by J. C. Easling, third state ; and The bridge and goats, 

by F. C. Lewis, third state (Dunthorne), £1 14s. 

35 Calm, by J . M. W. Turner, third state ; and Peat Bog, Scotland, by G. Clint, 

third state (Dunthorne), £3 14s. 

36 Rispah, by Dunkarton, second state ; and Hedging and Ditching, by J. C. 

Easling, undescribed state, between second and third (Rimell), £2 15s. 

37 River Wye, by Annis, fifth state : Chain of Alps from Grenoble to Chamberi, 

by W. Say, third state ; and Mer de Glace, Valley of Chamouni, Savoy, 
by J. M. W. Turner, third state (Capt. Mahon), £1 14s. 

38 Rivaulx Abbey, Yorkshire, by H. Dawe, third state ; and Solway Moss, by 

Thomas Lupton, third state (Dunthorne), £4 4s. 

39 Solitude, by W. Say, first state (Dunthorne), £2 10s. 

40 Mill near the Grand Chartreuse, Dauphiny, by H. Dawe, third state ; and 

Entrance to Calais Harbour, by J. M. W. Turner, fourth state (Maggs), 
£2. 

41 Dunblane Abbey, Scotland, by T. Lupton, first state (Maggs), £2 2s. 

42 Norham Castle on the Tweed, by C. Turner, third state ; and Raglan Castle, 

by J. M. W. Turner, third state (Col. Ranshaw), £3 10s. 

43 Ville de Thun, Switzerland, by T. Hodgetts, third state ; and the Source of 

the Arvenon in the Valley of Chamouni. Savoy, by J. M. W. Turner, third 
state (Maggs), £4 10s. 

44 Tenth plague of Egypt, by W. Say, second state (Maggs), £1 6s. 

45 Watercress gatherers, by T. Lupton, third state ; and Twickenham, Pope's 

Villa, by H. Dawe, third state (Maggs), £2 8s. 

46 Bonneville, Savoy, by H. Dawe, second state (Dunthorne), £3 10s. 

47 Inverary Castle and Town, Scotland, by C. Turner, third state ; jEsacus 

and Hesperie, by J. M. W. Turner, fourth state (Maggs), £4 10s. 

48 East Gate, Winchelsea, by S. W. Reynolds, fourth state ; and Iris, by W. 

Say, third state (Maggs), £1 16s. 

49 Ben Arthur, Scotland, by T. Lupton, third state ; and Interior of a church, 

by J. M. W. Turner, third state (Rimell), £9. 

50 Christ and the Woman of Samaria, by S. W. Reynolds, third state ; and one 

of the unpublished plates, Apuleia in search of Apuleius, a modern im- 
pression (Maggs), £2 18s. 

51 The front page of the grey wrappers of parts I-X, in which the plates were 

originally published, which are initialled by J. M. W. Turner (Maggs), 
5S. 



52 Mrs. Bouverie, by J. R. Smith, after Hoppner, printed in colours, cut close, 

on a strainer, stained (Hobbes), £1 is. 

53 Oil painting. The action between H.M.S. " Savage " and the American 

frigate " Congress," 1781, unframed (E. Parsons), £3. 

54 Drawings. The engagement between the " Chesapeake " and the " Shannon," 

a pair, drawings in water-colours in the manner of Serres (Sabin), £7. 



March i, 1911. 281 

55 Hogarth, W. An extensive collection of the works of William Hogarth, formed 

in the early part of the 19th century, including most of the principal engrav- 
ings, in two or more states of the plates, amongst which may be mentioned 
A Harlot's Progress, first and second states ; Rake's Progress, first and 
second state ; Marriage a la Mode, first and second states ; Distressed 
Poet and Enraged Musician, first and second states ; March to Finchley, 
first, second and third states ; Actresses dressing in a barn, first and second 
states ; Sleeping Congregation, first, second and third states ; Paul before 
Felix, first and second states ; the same, first state, with Hogarth's auto- 
graph receipt under ; Hogarth painting Comedy, in three states ; other 
portraits of Hogarth, by C. Townley, B. Smith, and others ; Book illus- 
trations and others of the artist's earliest productions ; mezzotint and other 
portraits by McArdell and other engravers ; engravings by S. Ireland, 
etc., arranged and mounted in two old folio volumes, half-bound russia 
(329 plates) (Boyd), £30. 

56 The Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds, engraved by S. W. Reynolds, first edition, 

(142) in proof states, with the title-page as originally published by the 
engraver, in 1 vol., whole bound morocco gilt (F. Daniell), £13 15s. 

The Property of a Baronet. 

57 Bunbury, H., Illustrations to Shakespeare's plays, engraved by F. Bartolozzi 

and others, 20 plates, all finely printed in colours, bound in a volume 
(Lee), £65. 

58 Drawings of fancy costumes, a series of twenty drawings in colours, by an 

artist of the XVIIth century, being designs of costumes for the representa- 
tion of various mythological personages, in an old vellum binding, with 
the Royal arms of France on the sides (Sabin), £82. 

The Collection of M. Hollo way, Esq. (deceased). 

59 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, A by-road in Tipperary, very fine, on Japanese paper, 

rare (Colnaghi), £47. 

60 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, Thames Ditton, with a sail (Lawrence), £2 6s. 

61 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, Breaking-up of the "Agamemnon," first published state, 

with autograph presentation from the artist, framed (R. Gutekunst), £23. 

62 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, Etudes a l'Eau Forte, a very early set, comprising the 

complete series of 25, with the addition of that of " Sunset on the Thames " ; 
also the 4 vignettes attached to the letterpress, with the addition of 
Combe Bottom, wants title-page with the etching " O Laborum," 
(31) in portfolio (Tooth), £200. 

63 Meryon, C, Oceanie — Peche aux Palmes, first state, before the title (Maggs). 

£2 18s. 

64 Meryon, C, L'Abside de Notre-Dame de Paris, second of the five states, cut 

(Dunthorne), £53. 

65 Edwards, Edwin, Landscapes ; and London, etc. (13), all early proofs (Hollo- 

way), £2 10s. 

66 Edwards, Edwin, English topographical views, Cathedrals, etc., the complete 

set of 50 etchings, early proofs, in portfolio (Godden), £ir 10s. 

67 Legros, A., River scene with men rowing a boat, in 3 states of the plate ; and 

Title to the series of etchings published by Holloway, also in 3 states of 
the plate (Obach & Co.), £9. 



2b2 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



68 Legros, A., Death of St. Francis, in 2 states ; A priest administering the 

sacrament ; and others (7), all early proofs (Obach & Co.), £8 5s. 

69 Legros, A., Portrait of a man, in 4 different states ; another, in 2 states ; 

etc., all early proofs (Obach & Co.), £10 5s. 

70 Legros, A., Landscape with a cottage, in 4 different states ; and two other 

landscapes, early proofs (Obach & Co.), £20 10s. 

71 Legros, A., The old wood-cutter, in 3 different states ; a Monk playing the 

organ ; etc., early proofs (Obach & Co.), £22 10s. 

72 Legros, A., Various figure subjects (9) and landscapes, all early proofs (Obach 

and Co.), £27. 

73 Legros, A., Drawing : Portrait of an Abbot, pen and sepia wash heightened 

with white (Sabin), £24. 

74 Legros, A., Drawing : Man playing a violoncello, with presentation autograph : 

also the etching in which this figure is introduced (Tregaskis), £34. 

76 Water-colour drawing. Titian's Flora (Holloway), 19s. 

77 Chinese drawings. A series of 60 portraits of priests and other official per- 

sonages by a native artist (Spencer), £2 10s. 

78 Water-colour and other drawings by various artists ; Etchings by Sir F. Sey- 

mour Haden, A. Legros, L. Flameng, G. Cruikshank and others ; a memor- 
andum relating to the supply of bread to the Fleet, in the handwriting of 
Lord Nelson : etc., bound green morocco gilt (Godden), £9. 

FRAMED ENGRAVINGS. 

80 Rembrandt, The cottage with the white pales (Colnaghi), £32 10s. 

81 Rembrandt, Rembrandt with an aigrette in his cap, fine (R. Gutekunst), 

£17 10s. 

82 Rembrandt, Rembrandt leaning on a stone sill (Holloway), r6s. 

82A Rembrandt, Adam and Eve, by Marc Antonio, both copies (Reader), 8s. 

83 Lorraine, Claude, Le Soleil couchant, before the number (Holland), £14 10s. 

84 Reynolds, Sir J. (after), Viscountess Townshend, Mrs. Beresford and Mrs. 

Gardiner as " The three Graces adorning the bust of Hymen," by T. Watson, 
second state, before the alteration of the inscription (F. Daniell), £65. 

85 Reynolds, Sir J. (after), The Ladies Waldegrave, by G. S. Shury, artist's proof 

(James), £2 12s. 

86 Turner, J. M. W., The bridge in middle distance, first state (Dunthorne), 

£8 15s. 

87 Turner, J. M. W., Pope's Villa, Twickenham, second state (Rimell), £6. 

88 Country, C, Le Dernier Jour d'un Condamne, after Munkacsy ; Cattle on 

the sea-shore, after Van Marcee ; and another, all proofs (Mr. Nott), 
£1 12s. 

89 The firstborn, by Rajon, after Vibert, proof ; and 4 others (Mr. Nott), £1 14s. 

Other Properties. 

Framed. 

92 Durer, Albert, An angel holding the Sudarium, an etching on tin (B. 26) (R. 

Gutekunst), £3 15s. 

93 Durer, Albert, The Prodigal Son (28) (Obach & Co.), £10 10s. 

94 Durer, Albert, St. Jerome in his cell (60) (Dunthorne), £46. 

95 Durer, Albert, The rape of Amymone (71) (Davis Mewnham), £5 5s. 

96 Diircr, Albert, La Melancolie (74) (Dunthorne), £20. 



March i, 191 1. 283 

97 Diirer, Albert, The great fortune (77), early impression, with large margin 

(R. Gutekunst), £40. 

98 Diner, Albert, The little war-horse (96) (W. Watkin), £13. 

99 Diirer, Albert, The coat-of-arms with a skull (ioi), brilliant impression, but 

damaged at one side (Reader), £9 15s. 
roi Drawings. Study, by W. Q. Orchardson, for his celebrated picture " Hard 
hit" ; and caricature portrait of the late King, by "Max" (Tregaskis), 
£*■ 

ENGRAVINGS BY OLD MASTERS. 
(In the portfolio). 

103 Rembrandt, The three trees, cut at bottom (Hobbes), £12. 

104 Rembrandt, The raising of Lazarus, the large plate ; and Portrait of Utten- 

bogardus (Hobbes), £1 is. 

105 Diirer, A., Subjects from the life of the Virgin, the copies by Marc Antonio, 

17 of the set (Angerand), £5. 

106 Les Harangueurs, by Ostade ; portrait of a woman, after Diirer, by Hollar ; 

and 12 others by various engravers (Reader), £1. 

107 Diirer, A., St. George on foot ; and St. George on horseback, a copy (Obach 

and Co.), £5. 

108 Diirer, A., Portrait of Erasmus (Welby), £7. 

109 Schongauer, M., The burial of Christ ; and One of the foolish virgins (Obach 

and Co.), £2 8s. 
no Leyden, Lucas van, Abraham sending away Hagar ; David with the head of 

Goliath ; and David playing before Saul (Welby), £3 5s. 
in Leyden, Lucas van, Esther before Ahasuerus ; and the Return of the Prodigal 

Son (Obach & Co.), £2 2s. 

112 Leyden, Lucas van, St. Christopher ; The Virgin and St. Ann ; and two others 

(Ellis), £2 2s. 

113 Li-yden, Lucas van, The betrayal of Christ; St. Jerome; and three others 

(Reader), £1. 

114 Leyden, Lucas van, St. Jerome in his study; and Death of Thisbe (Obach 

and Co.), £4 15s. 

115 Leyden, Lucas van, Old woman with a bunch of grapes ; Two of the Evan- 

gelists (Dodd),£i. 

116 Coltzius, H., The adoration of the Kings ; three from the set of the Passion , 

and David with the head of Goliath, by Saenredam (Pawsey & Payne), 
£4 10s. 

117 Goltzius, H., The masterpieces, four of the set ; and a duplicate (Sabiu), £2 5s. 

The Property of the late Sir John Evans, K.C.B., F.R.S., 
President of the Society of Antiquaries. 

118 Diirer, A., St. Hubert (Bartsch 57) (Barnard), £3 10s. 

119 Diirer, A., The rape of Amymone (71), early impression, but damaged aud 

backed (Barnard), £3 5s. 

121 Diirer, A., The Canon landscape (99) : and portrait of Bilibald Pirkheimer 

(106) (Obach & Co.), £5 10s. 

WOODCUTS BY A. DURER. 

122 Samson killing the lion (2) ; and The Holy Family with the rabbits (102) 

(Lambert), £3 5s. 



284 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

123 The Apocalypse of St. John (60-75), tne complete set of 16, including title- 

page, second edition, 1511, with the Latin text, in a volume (Ellis), £30. 

124 The Life of the Virgin (76-95), complete set of the first edition, without title, 

its place being taken by woodcut of the Virgin and Child with attendant 
angels (101), large margins, in a volume (A. Quaritch), £118. 

125 The ten-thousand martyrs (117) ; and Martyrdom of St. Catherine ( 120) 

(Reader), £1 12s. 

126 The combat, inscribed " Ercules" (127) ; and Man on horseback attended by 

a foot soldier (131) (Col. Ranshaw), £2 2s. 

127 St. Martin dividing his cloak (App. 18) ; and St. Catherine (App. 25) (Reader), 

18s. 

Other Properties. 

DRAWINGS BY OLD MASTERS. 

130 The Death of a Knight, by a German Artist of the XVIth century (Morri s 
Max), £51. 



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March 3, 1011. Puttick and Simpson. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

24 Evening at rest, after Gilpin and Barratt ; and Morning at work, after Pollard, 

by P. Dawe, mezzotints, a pair (Pollard), £5 55. 
29 Boydel's Shakespeare, 51 plates. 
37 An allegorical print on the Death of N'elson. by J. C. Stadler, after Eckstein, 

aquatint, in colours (Parker), £2 5s. 
40 Woodcutters, by Williamson, after Morland ; and The harvest moon, by 

Dunkarton, after Artaud, mezzotint, in colours (Titley), £1 17s. 6d. ;, 
42 A river scene in Devonshire, by D. Lucas ; A lion, by Daniell, after Graham 

mezzotints, and two others (Curtis), 16s. 
46 Battle of Valenciennes, by D. Orme, after M. Brown (Curtis), £1 7s. 6d. 

50 The Blenheim leaving the Star Hotel, Oxford, by Havell, in colours ; and 

Sportsman, by Stubbs (Curtis), £1 17s. 6d. 

51 Madame Catalina, by A. Cardon, after Pope, fine proof (Lewis), £1 15s. 

52 Mr. J. Purkis, jun., professor of music, by W. Say, after J. Vaughan, mezzo- 

tint (P. & S.), 7s. 

53 William Sheldon, Esq., by C. Turner ; Sir J. B. Warren, by Fittler ; and Sir 

John Nicholl, by P. W. Tomkins (Parker), 10s. 

54 The benevolent tar ; and Maternal enjoyment, by J. Young, after Stothard, 

mezzotints, a pair (Brail), £3 17s. 6d. 

55 The wise and foolish virgins, by V. Green, after Schalcken. mezzotint (Curtis), 

£1 10s. 

56 Master Romney, by R. Cooper, proof ; Ganymede, by Birchall, in red ; and 

one other, by Parkes, proof ( — ), £1. 
60 The rustic minstrel, by A. Cardon, after H. Singleton (Brail), 12s. 

65 James Beattie, LL.B., by James Watson, after Sir J. Reynolds (Lewis). 9s. 

66 Rural Amusement, by J. Bromley, after Sir T. Lawrence, scarce (Brail), 

1 6s. 

67 Edmund Burke, by J. Watson : and Thomas Erskine, by J. J. Jones (Parker), 

£1 12s. 

68 Hans Holbein, by F. Bartolozzi, proofs, finely printed in colours (Brail), 

£1 1 6s. 

70 The Brighton Mail, by R. Havell, after H. Aiken, aquatint, in colours (Jacob- 

son), £5 5s. 

71 Hyde Park Corner, by R. Reeve, after J. Pollard, in colours, damaged (Parker), 

£3 5S. 

72 Coaches in a flood and in a storm, after Pollard, a pair, in colours, cut (Pollard), 

£5 SS. 

73 The meet ; and Breaking cover, drawn and engraved by C. Hunt, in colours 

(Parker), £3. 

74 Plovers, by Chas. Turner, after Barrenger, mezzotint, in colours (Parker), 

9s. 

75 Six sporting sketches, drawn on stone, by J. C. Dowuman (Maggs), 10s. 

76 Labourers, engraved by Henry Birch, and painted by G. Stubbs. mezzotint, 

in colours (Brail), £3 3s. 



286 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

77 View of the Hour Glass Brewery, by Bromley, after Wolstenholme (Lewis), 
£i 8s. 

79 Mrs. Dickson, by P. Conde, after Cosway, oval, in colours (Pollard), £4 7s. 6d. 

80 La Comtesse du Bary, by Conde, after Cosway, oval, proof before letters 

(Pollard), 12s. 

81 Conde, P., An original drawing by, of a Lady and child, written on back, " Miss 

Christiana, as a small testimony of P. Conde's gratitude and friendship," 
intended for J. Bacon, the portrait sketch of one of his daughters (Pollard), 
£6. 

82 Minerva directing the arrows of Cupid, by Conde, after Cosway, in brown 

(Pollard), £1 15s. 

83 The Princess of Orange, by Conde, after Hoppner, 2 copies (Bruen), £1 10s. 

84 The new Council House, Salisbury, aquatint, in colours, by F. Jukes (Rimell), 

£1 2S. 

85 Views on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, by Pyall, aquatints, in 

colours (Brail), £1 13s. 

86 Rev. John Wesley, by J. Jones, after Valet, mezzotint (Maggs), £1 5s. 

87 Robin Hood Bay ; and The rocks off Scarborough, by Nicholson, aquatints, 

in colours (Pollard), £2. 

89 Miss Theophila Palmer, bj' J. R. Smith, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint 
(Harris), £9 9s. 

•90 Edward Lord Ellenborough, by Robert Wm. Sievier, after Sir Thos. Law- 
rence (Harris), £1 10s. 

91 Mr. Justice Burrough, by Lupton, after Phillips (Harris), £1 2s. 6d. 

92 Full cry, by T. Sutherland, after H. Aiken, aquatint, in colours (Pollard), 

£12 5s. 

93 Painting and Geography, by Busby, after Gaucie, a pair, in colours (Rimell), 

£3 3S- 

94 Grand Exhibition of Cattle, etc., held at Bristol, July 14th, 1842, drawn and 

engraved by Harris, aquatint, in colours (Maggs), 16s. 

95 & 96 Whistler, J. McN., Billingsgate ; and Haden, Seymour, Thomas 

Haden of Derby (A. E. Holloway), £1 17s. 6d. 
97 Ceyx and Alcione, proof, by W. Woollett, after R. Wilson (Reader), 10s. 
99 Morning ; and Evening, by W. Burne, a pair (Holloway), 10s. 

105 La noce du Village ; and La Foire du Village, in colours, slightly damaged 

(Parker), £5 5s. 

106 Soiree chez Madame Geoffrin, by P. L. Debucourt, with key plate (McCaskie), 

15s. 

107 Tiger hunting in East Indies, by R. Earlom, and Embassy of Hydorbeck, by 

R. Earlom (Parker), £2 7s. 6d. 

108 Baxter, G, A winter scene, in colours (McDougall), £1. 

109 Innocent recreation, by Bonnefoy, after Miller, in colours (Curtis), £2 5s. 

1 10 Triumph of beauty and love, by Bartolozzi, after Cipriani ; Love and affection 

by Cheesman ; Sacrifice to love, by Bovi, etc. (Parker), £2. 
in Morning amusement, by W. W. Ryland, after Kauffman, circle (Brail), 6s. 

112 Sailors' farewell, by Brown ; Infant Hercules, by Ward ; and Boy and dog 

by Nutter (Curtis), £1. 

113 Le Delices Maternels, by and after Wille ; and one other (Reader), £1 8s. 

114 Mrs. Rachel How, by J. Smith ; and Miss Nailer, as " Hebe," by J. Wilson, 

after Pine, mezzotints (Lewis), £1 16s. 



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121 Turner, J. M. W., Farm Yard, by Charles Turner; another, by T. Lupton, 
proofs ; and Watercress gatherers, by W. Say (Curtis), £1 8s. 

123 The Mortham ox, lithograph, in colours (Curtis), £1 8s. 

124 Flower piece, by R. Earlom ; and A child rescued from the eagle's nest by its 

mother, by H. Dawe, after G. Dawe, mezzotints (Curtis), £1 10s. 
126 Nathaniel Hone, by R. Earlom, after liimself, mezzotint (Simmons), 15s. 

129 Views in India, by Daniell, aquatints, in colours, twenty-three and title (Pol- 

iard), £3 3s. 

130 Mrs. Brooksbank, by J. R. Smith, after H. D. Hamilton, mezzotint (Brail), 



The Property of a Gentleman, deceased. 

MODERN ETCHINGS AND ENGRAVINGS. 
In Portfolio. 

134 Worcester Cathedral, by Th. Chauvel, after B. W. Leader, signed artist's 

proof (Tooth), £2 2s. 

135 St. Mark's, Venice, by W. Hollis, after J. M. \V. Turner, proof (Vicars), 12s. 6d. 

136 Le Bous Amis, by Jules Jacquet, after J. L. E. Meissonier, signed remarque 

proof (Deighton), £2 2s. 

137 Madame Adelaide de France, by Armand Mathey, after J. M. Nattier, signed 

remarque proof (Parker), £2 2S. 

138 Duchess of Devonshire, by H. Scott Bridgewater, after T. Gainsborough, 

mezzotint, signed engraver's proof (Beattie), £2. 

139 Mrs. Maguire and child, by D. A. Wehrschmidt, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, 

mezzotint, signed engraver's proof (G. Yeulett), 12s. 

140 Lady Hamilton as Bacchante, by J. B. Pratt, after Madame Le Brun, signed 

engraver's proof, mezzotint (Beattie), £1 12s. 6d. 

143 Hampstead Heath : The Sandpits ; and Salisbury from the Aron, by Norman 

Hirst, after J. Constable, signed proofs, mezzotints (Parker), £5 5s. 

144 Mrs. Jordan, by T. G. Appleton, after G. Romney, signed proof, mezzotint 

(Beattie), £1 5s. 

145 Lady C. Campbell, by R. Smytlie, after G.* Romney, signed proof, mezzotint 

(Harding), £1 10s. 

146 Baffled, by Herbert Dicksee, signed proof (Hendrick), £2 7s. 6d. 

147 Portrait of a lawyer, by R. Clouston, after G. B. Moroni, signed proof (Beattie), 

8s. 

148 Lady Hamilton as " Nature,'' by S. E. Wilson, after G. Romney, signed 

engraver's proof, mezzotint (Deighton), £1 5s. 
14') Princess Caroline, by T. G. Appleton, after J. Hoppner, signed engraver's 
proof, mezzotint (Beattie), £1 7s. 6d. 

150 John Ruskin, by and after Sir H. Herkomer, signed remarque artist's proof 

(Beattie), £1 17s. 6d. 

151 Caracalla and Geta, after L. Alma Tadema, photogravure, signed artist's 

proof (Vicars), £1 15s. 

152 Ceraldine, by E. H. Every, after J. Opie ; Desdemoua, by McCormack ; 

and Nina, by L. E. Wilson, after Greuze, mezzotints, signed engraver's 
proofs (Beattie), £1 2s. 6d. 

153 Mushroom gatherers, by R. W. Macbeth, after F. Walker; and a Hawking 

party, by H. T. Ryall, after Sir E. Landseer. signed proofs (Deighton), 6s. 



288 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

154. The Young Wal tomans, by David Lucas, after John Constable, mezzotint 
(Brail), 14s. 

155 Sir Robert VValpole, by J. Watson, after Van Loo, mezzotint (Brail), 3s. 

Framed. 

156 Glimmering light, by Brunet Debaines, after B. W. Leader, signed artist' 5 

proof (Deighton), £1 5s. 

157 The first swallow, by Gaujean, after F. Walker, signed artist's proof (Sim- 

monds), 3s. 

158 Love in idleness, after L. Alma Tadema, photogravure, signed artist's proof 

(Hendricks), 7s. 

159 A kiss, after the same, ditto, ditto (Vicars), £3 3s. 

160 Bouffewyn Van Offenburg, by N. Thicle, after Frans Hals, signed remarque 

artist's proof (Gunn), 10s. 

161 Boyhood of Raleigh, by Herbert Dicksee, after Sir J. E. Millais, signed artist's 

proof (Hendricks), £2 5s. 

162 New laid eggs, by Samuel Cousins, after Sir J. E. Millais, signed artist's proof 

(Vicars), £1 ys. 6d. 

163 Lady Charlotte Greville, by H. Scott Bridgwater, after J. Hoppner, mezzotint, 

signed engraver's proof (Parker), £2 5s. 

164 Circe and her companions, by F. Stackpool, after Briton Riviere, signed artist's 

proof (Hendriks), 9s. 

165 Sympathy, by and after the same, signed artist's proof (Deighton), 12s. 

166 The Silver Strand, Loch Katrine, by Eugene d'Apremont, after A. Fraser, 

signed artist's proof (Beattie), £1 7s. 6d. 

167 Duke of Wellington, by W. Bromley, after Sir Thos. Lawrence (Gunn), 3s. 

168 Christmas Eve, by Robert W. Macbeth, after Sir J. E. Millais, signed remarque 

artist's proof (Deighton), £1 12s. 6d. 

169 Miss Beresford, by Joseph B. Pratt, after J. Hoppner, mezzotint, signed. 

engraver's proof (Beattie), £1 10s. 

170 Miss Glyn, by and after the same, ditto, ditto (Beattie), 18s. 

171 Mrs. Tickell, by the same, after G. Romney, ditto, ditto (Beattie), £2 2s. 
171A Doves, by J. C. Webb, after«J. B. Greuze, mezzotint, signed engraver's proofs 

in colours (Lewis), £1. 
171B Lady Cockbum and children, by E. Stodart, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, signed 
engraver's proof, in colours (Vicars), £1 4s. 

Sir Edwin Landseer. 

172 The sleeping bloodhound, by T. Landseer, signed proof, mezzotint (Gunn), 5s_ 

1 73 Retriever and woodcock ; and Spaniel and pheasant, by C. G. Lewis, mezzotints, 

a pair, signed proofs (Brail), 18s. 

174 Connoisseurs, by Samuel Cousins, proof, mezzotint (Oldham), 8s. 

175 The otter hunt, by C. G. Lewis, mezzotint, signed proof (Vicars), £2. 

176 Red deer, Chillingham, by T. Landseer, mezzotint, signed proof (Vicars), 18s. 

177 Maid and magpie, by Samuel Cousins, mezzotint, signed proof (Vicars), 

£1 12s. 6d. 

178 Laying down the law, by the same, mezzotint, proof (Vicars), £1. 

179 Saved, by the same, mezzotint, proof (Brail), 16s. 

180 Changing pastures, by H. T. Ryall, after Rosa Bonheur, signed artist's proof 

(Lefevre), 18s. 



March 3, 191 1. 289 

181 Frances, Countess of Essex, by McArdell, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint 

(Lewis), 10s. 

Another Property. 

182 The harbour of refuge, by R. \V. Macbeth, after Walker, signed artisf s ppx>f 

(Lewin), £9 19s. 6d. 

183 The harvest moon, by R. W. Macbeth, after Mason, signed artist's proof 

(Lewis), £9 9s. 

184 Lady Anne Fitzpatrick, by S. Cousins, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, signed by 

the engraver (Lewin), £5 5s. 

185 Countess Spencer and Lord Althorp, by and after the same, signed artist's 

proof (Lewin), £3. 

186 Pot Pourri, by Stackpool, after Leslie, signed artist's proof (Lewin), 165. 

187 Child and dog. after Maude Goodman ; and Please give, after Ansdel, signed 

artist's proofs (Lewin), 12s. 

188 Beauty and arts, by H. T. Greenhead, after Bromley, signed artist's proof 

(Lewin), £2. 

189 Bridge, after L. Thackery, proofs, in colours, a set of four (Gunn), 16s. 

190 Viscount Goschen, after Glazebrook, autograph and artist's proof (Burd), 5s. 

191 Persepolis, by Stackpool, after Briton Riviere, artist's proof (Cutter), 12s. 

192 L'nder the roof of the blue Ionian sky, after Alma Tadema, artist's proof 

(Fores), £1 2s. 

193 Pansies, by Mongin, after A. Moore ; Queen Louise, by J. Fagan : and 

Odalisque, by L. Stocks, after Leighton (Lipscourt), 12s. 

194 Lady CornwaUis, after Gainsborough, mezzotint, artist's proof, on satin (Corn- 

wall), £2 2S. 

195 Relief of Lucknow, by Simmons, after Brown ; Lazy moments, by L'Huillier, 

after P. S. Noble, artist's proof ; and La Vierge de la Deliverance, by A. 
Huot (Cutter), 14s. 

196 Yes or no ? by Cousins, after Millais, artist's proof (Vicars), 13s. 

197 Roses, by Every, after Millais ; Faith ; and Dolores, by Barlow, artist's 

proof (Lewis), 5s. 

198 Samuel Cousins, by the same, mezzotint, artist's proof (Beattie), £1 7s. 

199 Tennyson, by Rajon, autograph proof ; Carlyle, by Murray, after Allingham : 

artist's proof ; another, autograph proof ; Don Quixote, by Manassy 
(Deighton), 16s. 

201 Little Nell, by Slocombe, after F. Graham ; Little Duchess, by Every, after 

Millais, artist's proofs (Gunn), 6s. 

202 Mrs. Siddons, by Every, after Gainsborough, artist's proof (Simmons). 10s. 

203 Lord Salisbury, after Millais, artist's proof (Rimell), 12s. 

204 Princes in Tower, by Cousins, after Millais (Lewis), us. 

205 A picture of health, by Cousins, after Millais (Gunn), 6s. 

206 Silence, after Rossetti (D. Simmons), 5s. 

207 Viewed away, after Charlton (Pollard), 7s. 

208 Landscape, an etching, by K. van Eltz, remarque proof (G. Yeulett), 7s. 

209 Milkmaid, after J. D. Millar: and Young Nelson, after G. W. Joy, artist's 

proof (Graves), 8s. 
212 Road over the common, an original etching, by Slocombe, artist's proof 
(Lipscombe), 13s. 



2QO ART PRICES CURRENT. 

213 Wild duck shooting, by Roberton, after Whymper, artist's proof (Boraston), 

ns. 

214 Anne Hathaway's cottage, an etching, by Wilfrid Ball, artist's proof (D. Sim- 

mons), 9s. 

216 Pied Piper, by R. Macbeth, after G. J. Pinwall, artist's proof (Beattie), 9s. 

217 Queen of Swords, by Masse, after Orchardson, artist's proof (Borraston), 14s. 

220 Tennyson, by H. Herkomer, after H. Herkomer, artist's proof (Beattie), 

£1 3S. 

221 Sale of pet Lamb, by E. Bulary, after S. Outin, artist's proof (Harding), 12s. 

222 Triumph of innocence, after Holman Hunt, proof (Wilson), 6s. 

223 Quatre Bras, by Stackpool, after Lady Butler, large artist's proof (Cutter) 

£1 ios. 

224 Balaclava, by Stackpool, after Lady Butler, artist's proof (Cutter), £1 5s. 

225 Roll call, by Stackpool, after Lady Butler, artist's proof (Deighton), £4. 
225A Inkermann, by Stackpool, after Lady Butler, proof before letters (Hendriks), 7s. 

Various Properties. 

Framed. 

226 Love in her eye sits playing, by J. R. Smith, after the Rev. Wm. Peters, mezzo- 

tint (Parker), £54 12s. 

227 Winter, by Bartolozzi, after Wheatley (Holloway), £1 7s. 6d. 

228 Andromache and Ascanius, by Conde, after Cosway, tinted (Pollard), £3 5s. 

229 Pointers and setters, by W. Ward, after Sattorius, mezzotints (Boraston), 

£1 ios. 

230 A school ; and a Catechism, by V. Green, after Rising, proofs, mezzotints, 

a pair (Revillius), £1 15s. 

231 Morning and evening, after Bunbury, circles (Titley), 17s. 

232 Coaching, by Newhouse, a set of four, in colours (Revillius), £1. 

233 Baxter, Interiors of the Great Exhibition, stamped mounts (Simmons), £1 14s. 

234 Baxter, Morning call ; and " Copper, your Honour " (Wilson), £2. 

235 Baxter, Sir Robert Peel ; The Duke of Wellington ; and Napoleon (Lindow), 

£2 7s. 

236 Baxter, Jenny Lind (Revillius), £1. 

237 Baxter, Summer time ; Fisherman's hut ; and Shall succeed (Revillius), £2. 

238 Baxter, Ben Nevis ; and So nice (McDougal), £1. 

239 Baxter, Flora (T. Cannon), £1 7s. 6d. 

240 Baxter, Tintern ; and Venice (T. Cannon), 14s. 

241 The storm, after Morland, mezzotint in colours (Revillius), £3. 

242 Siege and relief of Gibraltar, by W. Sharp, after Copley ; and The victory 

over the Dutch Fleet, 1797, by Fittler, after Loutherbourg (Rimell), £4 4s. 

243 Views of Windsor Castle, by P. Sandby, the set of 4 (Davis), £3 12s. 6d. 

244 The encampment in the Museum Gardens, by P. Sandby (Pollard), £5. 

245 Italian views, by P. Sandby (Allison), 6s. 

246 A Fancy subject, in colours, after Westall (Simmons), 17s. 

247 The schoolroom, mezzotint, in colours (Brail), £3 17s. 6d. 

248 A meeting of creditors, after Boyne ; and four others (Lewis), 12s. 

249 The lock ; and the Cornfield, after Constable, mezzotints, in colours, a pair 

(Philbin), £1 15s. 

250 The Orphan, by C. Turner, after William Owen, mezzotint, in colours (Davis), 

£2 17s. 6d. 



March 3, 1911. 291 

251 Credulous innocence, by J. Young, after G. Morland, mezzotint (Tollemache), 

£5 25. 6d. 

252 The Waterloo heroes, by Greatbach (Graves), £3. 

253 La Cuisiniere Hollandoise ; and Girl knitting (proof), by Wille, after Metzu 

(— ), £1 153. 

254 A Venetian lady, by J. R. Smith, after Peters, mezzotint ; and one other 

(Unwin), 12s. 

255 Peter the wild boy, by Bartolozzi ; and one other (framed) ; and two coloured 

views of Windsor Castle aud Twickenham (Lewis), 8s. 

256 Elizabeth, Queen of Edward VI, surrendering her son to the Church ; and 

The Dukes of Northumberland and Suffolk with Lady Jane Grey, by 
Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, finely printed in colours, a pair (Greaves), 
£10 10s. — 

257 A pair of historical subjects, by Ryland, after Kauffman, in colours (Blythe), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

258 Hon. Mrs. Damer, by J. R. Smith, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint 

(Rimell), £3 3s. 6d. 

259 Miss Fanny Kemble, by Lane, after Sir Thos. Lawrence (Holloway), 5s. 



-292 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March 4, 191 1. Christies. 

Collection of H. M. Taylor, Esq., of Manchester. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Barret, G., Woody Landscape, peasant driving cattle to a pool — 19 x 26 

(Sampson), £10 10s. 

2 Barret, G., Quiet Evening : Classical landscape — 7j x 10 (Agnew), £31 10s. 

3 Barret, G., River Scene, with Sunset — 5^ x 7\ (Leggatt), £10 10s. 

4 Barret, G., Landscape, with cottage and figures : Evening — 6 X 8£ (Sampson), 

£3 3S- 

5 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1870, Pittenweem, Fife, with peasant driving sheep — 

13J x 2o£ (Aitken Dott), £37 16s. 

6 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1870, In the Woods — 13J x igf (Bowden), £26 5s. 

7 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1850-76, Dalton Hall, Cumberland — 9J X nf (Agnew), 

£35 14s. 

8 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1853, Bothwell Castle — o£ x 16 (Connell), £54 12s. 

9 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1837, Group of Cows, by a stream — 6 x 8 (Vicars), £10 10s. 

10 Coleman, W. S., 1902, Taking Father's Dinner — 14J x 10 (Sampson), £4 4s. 

11 Cox, D., Asking the Way — 10J x 14-J (Agnew), £52 10s. 

12 Cox, D., Dudley Castle — ioi X 14I (Agnew), £58 16s. 

13 Cox, D., In Powis Park — 10 X 14 (Sampson), £31 10s. 

14 Cox, D., 1S36, Returning Home — 8 x iof (Agnew), £65 2s. 

15 Cox, D., Crossing the Common — y\ x 10 (Agnew), £84 

16 Cox, D., Valle Crucis Abbey — 8 x n (Bowden), £35 14s. 

17 Cox, D., 1831, Near Conway, North Wales — 7 X 10 (James King), £48 6s. 

18 Fielding, C, Landscape, with cattle ; windmills in distance — 6^.- x 9 (Sampson), 

£56 14s. 

19 Foster, Birket, Waiting for the Ferry — 7| X 10J (Connell), £110 5s. 

20 Foster, Birket, Near Naples — 6 X 9 (Tooth), £73 10s. 

21 Foster, Birket, The Sailor's Wooing — gf x 8£ (Vicars), £58 16s. 

22 Foster, Birket, The Pet Kitten— 8 x 5 (Connell), £42 

23 Foster, Birket, Bringing Daddy's Dinner — 7 x 5 (Frost & Reed), £50 8s. 

24 Foster, Birket, In the Hayfield — 5J x 7j (Sampson), £24 3s. 

25 Foster, Birket, Old Cathedral, Venice — 4 x 5J (Agnew), £44 2s. 

26 Foster, Birket, Gathering Waterlilies — vignette (Vicars), £26 5s. 

27 Foster, Birket, Cologne — vignette (Vicars), £31 10s. 

28 Foster, Birket, Friedrichshaven — 4 x 5| (Agnew), £35 14s. 

29 Foster, Birket, The Ferry — 4 x 5J (Frost & Reed), £40 19s. 

30 Foster, Birket, A Martello Tower— vignette (Lister), £33 12s. 

31 Foster, Birket, Llanberis Lake, North Wales — 5J x 4 (Agnew), £59 18s. 

32 Foster, Birket, Granny's Pal — 4 x 5f (Dunn), £43 is. 

33 Foster, Birket, Edinburgh from the Sea — 4 x 5 J (Agnew), £43 is. 

34 Foster, Birket, " Dear Bells ! How sweet the sound of village bells " — vignette 

(Agnew), £33 12s. 

35 Foster, Birket, " To Climb the Billow's Hoary Brow " — vignette (Agnew), 

£18 18s. 

36 Foster, Birket, A Romance of Cologne — vignette (Agnew), £18 18s. 



March 4, ign. 293 

37 Foster, Birket, " The Haunted House" — vignette (Agnew), £17 17s. 

38 Foster, Birket, Scenes to Illustrate " The Antiquary " and " Waverley " — 

a pair — vignettes in Indian ink (Agnew), £7 7s. 

39 Hardy, J., Jun., 1872, A Good Day's Sport on the Moors — 29 X 22 (Mitchell), 

£59 i7s. 

40 Hardy, T. B., Calais— 4$ x 6f (Louis), £5 5s. 

41 Holland, J., A Side Canal, Venice— 10 x 7 (Mitchell), £24 3s. 

42 Holland, J., View in Venice — 10 x 6| (Gooden & Fox), £33 12s. 

43 Hunt, W., 1836, Camellia and other flowers, in a glass — nf X 8f (Smith), 

£6 6s. 

44 Leitch, W. L., Landscape, with a woman and child : Sunset- — 4i X 6£ (Mullen), 

£6 6s. 

45 Prout, S., Market-place in a Norman Town — 19J x 14 (King), £50 8s. 

46 Prout, S., Nuremberg — 18 x 12 (Vicars), £10 10s. 

47 Prout, S., Street Scene in a Continental Town — 9J x 6J (Louis), £10 10s. 

48 Tayler, F., Changing Pastures — 3} X 6J (Mullen), £3 3s. 

49 Tayler, F., The Gamekeeper's Cottage— 3£ x 6 (Mullen), £4 4s. 

50 Valkenburg, H., 1879, Reading the Letter — 14 X 9} (Mullen), £5 5s. 

51 De Wint, P., Ullswater— 13 x 19! (H. Rutley), £46 4s. 

52 De Wint, P., On the Derwent— 11J x 18 (Palser), £21 

53 De Wint, P., Randall's Mill— 12J x 10 (Agnew), £48 6s. 

54 De Wint, P., On the Thames— 8i X 12I (Palser), £17 17s. 

55 De Wint, P., The Woodcutters — 6£ X 10 (Bowden), £13 2s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

56 Baxter, C, 1866, Beaming Eyes — 24 X 20 (Leggatt), £43 is. 

57 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1873, Homewards, panel — 9$ x 17 (Gooden & Fox), 

£16 16s. 

58 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., River scene : Evening, panel — 11 x 17 (Sampson), 

£37 16s. 

59 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1876, Three Cows on the Bank of a River — 21 x i9i 

(Smith), £58 16s. 

60 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1854, Sheep on the Hills, panel — 16 X 21$ (Agnew), 

£52 10s. 

61 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1833, Cattle in the Meadows — 13J x i7i (Smith), £4 

62 Creswick, T., R.A., 1847, The Haunt of the Kingfisher — 36 x 28 (Agnew), 

£44 2S. 

63 Creswick, T., R.A., Coming from Church, figures by W. P. Frith, R.A. — 36 X 28 

(Agnew), £60 18s. 

64 Creswick, T., R.A., Summer's Day on the Thames — 20J x 27J (Mitchell), 

£66 3 s. 

65 Creswick, T., R.A., A Bend in the River — 2o£ X 27i (Mitchell), £31 10s. 

66 Creswick, T., R.A., The Mill Dam, with a faggot-gatherer — 28 x 20 (Agnew), 

£23 2S. 

67 Creswick, T., R.A., Summer's Afternoon on the Thames — 8J x n£ (Palser), 

£21 is. 

68 Crofts, E., R.A., Reconnoitring — 17 X 14 (Sampson), £48 6s. 

69 Ellis, Edwin, In Squally Weather : Flamborough, panel — gi x 12J (Sampson), 

£14 3s. 6d. 

70 Hass, J. H. L. de, 1872, Three Cows in a landscape, panel — 14J x 10J (Samp- 

son), £23 2S. 



294 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

71 Hardy, J., Jun., 1875, Waiting for the Guns — 21 x 31 (Sampson), £35 14s. 

72 Hardy, F. D., 1893, Little Gossips — n x 9 (King), £12 12s. 

73 Herring, J. F., Sen., 1852, Rabbits, panel — 9 J x nj (Mullen), £"14 14s. 

74 Holland, J., Grand Canal, Venice, panel — g\- x 13J- (Permain), £33 12s. 

75 King, Yeend, A Silver Summer Morning — 23J X 35J (Lister), £17 17s. 

76 Knight, W. H., Cottage Interior, with figures— 6 x 8J (Vicars), £6 6s. 

77 Ladell, E., Fruit and Bird's Nest — 12 x 10 (Agnew), £13 13s. 

78 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1887, Summer Stream, North Wales — 15J x 24 (Evans), 

£78 15s. 

79 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1870, The Old Church, Tintern on the Wye — 15J x 23J 

(Lister), £37 16s. 

80 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1874, Autumn Evening on the Thames below Streatley — 

16 x 24 (Leggatt), £365 15s. 

81 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1903, Bay of Aberdovey, North Wales — n£ x 17J 

(Gooden & Fox), £68 5s. 

82 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1903, Afternoon on the Thames at Streatley — 12 X 16A 

(Agnew), £54 12s. 

83 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1888, Hayfield near Whittington, Worcester— n£ X 15J 

(Agnew), £54 12s. 

84 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1899, On the Thames at Streatley — 11J x 15J (Gooden 

and Fox), £57 15s. 

85 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1895, Sunny Morning : Surrey — 10 x 13J (Agnew), 

£39 18s. 

86 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1888, View from Crookbarrow Hill, near Worcester — 

8 x ni (Frost & Reed), £33 12s. 

87 Linnell, J., Sen., 1865, Evening : Landscape, with peasants, horses, and cattle 

—27V x 38J (Agnew), £152 5s. 

88 MacWhirter, J., R.A., Isle of Skye, looking towards the mainland : an angler 

in the foreground — 18 x 29 (Connell), £52 10s. 

89 Middleton, J., Gipsies Encamped by the Roadside — figures by H. B. Willis — 

22 x 17J (Agnew), £26 5s. 

90 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., A Study— 12 x 10 (Sampson), £18 18s. 

91 O'Neill, G. B., The New-comer, panel — 10 x 8 (Lister), £r4 14s. 

92 Poole, P. F., R.A., 1876, Girl and a Boy Teasing a Tame Raven, panel — 

13 J x 10 (Huggins), £21 

93 Poole, P. F., R.A., Mother and Child at a Spring, panel— 6i x 5 (Vicars), £8 8s. 

94 Smith, Carlton A., 1903, A Lace-maker, panel — 13J x 8 (Mullen), £11 us. 

95 Smith, Carlton A., 1904, A Basket-maker, panel — 13J x 9J (Mullen), £9 9s. 

96 Smith, G., 1856, My Dolly, panel — 10 x 8 (Ward), £2 12s. 6d. 

97 Stark, J., Park Scene, with deer, panel — 9^ x 14 (Peel), £21 

98 Verboeckhoven, E., i860, Sheep on a Hillside, panel — 10 x 8| (Vicars), £29 8s. 

99 Verboeckhoven, E., Bull and Two Cows— 4} x 5$ (Mullen), £10 10s. 

100 Vickers, A., 1857, Windsor Castle, from the river— 11A X 17A (Sampson), 

£21. 

101 Vickers, A., View near Lincoln — 9J X 17 (Huggins), £13 2s. 6d. 

102 Webster, T., R.A., i860, Sunday Morning : Finished study for the large picture, 

panel — 7 x 10 (Sampson), £13 2s. 6d. 

103 Westerbeek, C, 1899, Sheep Pastures — 22J x 38J (Agnew), £35 14s. 

104 Westerbeek, C, 1899, Shepherd with bis Flock on the Dunes — 22i X 38^ 

(Agnew), £31 10s. 



March 4, 191 1. 295 

105 Williams, E., Woody Lane, with figures and dog, panel — 11} x 8f (Collings), 

£4 4S- 

106 Wimperis, E. M., 1894, Going to the Hayfield — 23* x 35* (Williamson), 

£262 10s. 

107 Wimperis, E. M., 1897, Crossing a Dartmoor Stream — 23J x 35J (Williamson), 

£210 

108 Wimperis, E. M., The Way over the Moor — 14J x 23 (Gooden & Fox), £94 10s. 

The Property of J. H. Taylor, Esq., of Manchester. 

DRAWINGS. 

109 Barret, G., 1832, Woody River Scene, with castle — 13J x 20J (Lister), £8 8s. 
no Barret, G., Shady Lane : Evening— n£ X 16 (Mullen), £7 7s. 

in Cox, D., Landscape with Deer — 8J x i2j (Leggatt), £13 13s. 

112 Evans, Bernard, Shady Pool, with cattle — 14J x 21 J (Evans), £9 9s. 

113 Hardy, T. B., 1883, A Fishing Fleet — 9J x 20 (Heape), £9 9s. 

114 Hills, R., 1806, Farm Scene, with horses and figures — 20J x 29J (Vicars), £3 3s. 

115 Hunt, W., Interior of a Cottage — 13J x 17J (Mullen), £6 6s. 

116 Varley, J., Villa Francia — i8i x 25A (Bowden), £16 16s. 

117 Wimperis, E. M., Rocky Beach Scene — i8i x 26 (Louis), £44 2s. 

PICTURES. 

118 Adams, J. Clayton, Woody Road, peasants cutting bracken— 19^ x 29$ (Cox), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

119 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., Landscape, with castle — 5$ x 7i (Wallis), £16 16s. 

120 Bright, H., Bolton Abbey, Wharfedale — 20J x 39 (Corcoran), £44 2s. 

121 Coleman, W. S., 1901, The Goldfish — 23J x 35J (Sampson), £28 7s. 

122 Coleman, W. S., 1901, Watering Flowers — 23J x 35J (Sampson), £28 7s. 

123 Goodall, F., R.A., The Market-Cart: Egypt — 39J x 76£ (Sampson), £65 2s. 

124 Hayes, Edwin, R.H.A., Fishing Boats off Tarifa — 46 x 28J (Agnew), £44 2s. 

125 Knowles, G. Sheridan, Caught Napping — 27j x 35! (Smith), £26 5s. 

126 Ladell, E., Fruit and Flowers— i6i x 13J (Sampson), £18 18s. 

127 Morgan, J., Playing Soldiers — March ! — 35J x 23$ (Heape), £22 is. 

128 Morris, P. R., A.R.A., A Fisherman and his Lass — 29$ x 19$ (Huggins), 

£13 13s. 

129 Niemann, E. J., Whitby — ni x 9J (Lister), £3 13s. 6d. 

130 Pyne, J. B., Town on a River — 12 x 15$ (Smith), £17 17s. 

131 Verwee, L., and Verboeckhoven, E., Summer ; and Winter, a pair, panel — 

22J x 30J (Sampson), £44 2s. 

Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

132 Roberts, D., R.A-, 1836, Grand Square, Vittoria, Castile — iol X 15 (Agnew). 

£27 6s. 

133 Stanfield, C, R.A., 1828, Castle of Chillon, Geneva— 8 x 12} (Leggatt), £47 5s. 

134 Hunt, W., Damsons, Apples, and Berries — 7i x n (Mullen), £10 10s. 

135 Walker, F., A.R.A., 1861, A Cosy Corner — 10 x n| (Gooden & Fox), £204 15s. 

136 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., 1899, Entangled— 12* x 19 (Mitchell), £24 3s. 

PICTURES. 

137 Farquharson, D.,*A.R.A., 1881, Dunblane— nj x 19* (Cox), £29 8s. 

138 Hardy, r Heywood, 1871, Feeding the Calves — 21} x 30 (Holmes), £17 17s. 



296 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

139 Moore, H., R.A., 1886, Aldemey Race — 21 x 31 (Corham), £84. 

140 Moore, H., R.A., 1883, Fowey, Cornwall: A grey day — 12 x 21 (Corham), 

£12 12s. 

141 Farquharson, D., A.R.A., 1880, Harvest Day in Arran — 21 i X 35 £ (Pearson), 

£37 16s. 

142 Hardy, Heywood, Viewed Away ; and Gone to Ground, a pair — 39J x 27j 

(Mullen), £102 18s. 

143 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1853, Sheep on a Mountain Side, panel — 19I X 27J (Evans), 

£78 15s. 

144 O'Neill, G. B., The Unwilling Sitter — 23 X 191 (Mitchell), £31 10s. 

145 O'Neill, G. B., Fairy Tales — 23 x 19J (Lister), £25 4s. 

146 O'Neill, G. B., News from Home — 19J x 15J (Mitchell), £24 3s. 

147 O'Neill, G. B., Waiting for the Letters, panel — 12$ X 10 (Mullen), £20 9s. 6d. 



March 6, 191 1. 297 



March 6, 191 1. Christies. 

The Property of a Lady. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Bach, Guido, A beggar family, Cairo — 10 x 14I (Lister), £1 12s. 6d. 

2 Bancroft, Elias, 1881, Sketch of Shetland life — 14 x 2of (Baerlein), £3 13s. 6d. 

3 Barker, W. D., 1880, On the Conway, sepia — ioi x 29J (Smith), £5 5s. 

4 Beavis, R., 1872, The Goatherd, Provence — 10J x 14A (Sampson), £3 3s. 

5 Cattermole, G., Oliver Cromwell and the portrait of Charles I — 15J X 22! 

(Baerlein), £4 4s. 

6 Cattermole, G., Salvator Rosa among the Brigands — 15 x 22J (W. H. Harris), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

7 Cattermole, G., 1853, The game of cards — 13 x 18 (Cooling), £9 9s. 

8 Clausen, G., R.A., 1877, Baking bread — 18| x nj (Sampson), £13 13s. 

9 Eyre, J., Chelsea Pensioners — 10 x 14 (Sampson), £5 15s. 6d. 

10 Fairbairn, T., Woodland scene, with figures — 19 x 29 (Houldsworth), £7 7s. 

11 Finch, F. O., Landscape, with ruined archways — 17 x 23 (Baerlein), £2 12s. 6d. 

12 French School. Fan mount, with figure subject and landscapes (Leggatt), 

£2 2S. 

13 Metzelaar, C, 1880, Winter — 16J X 10J (Sampson), £4 4s. 

14 Miralles, F., In the Bois de Boulogne — 10J x i4i (Baerlein), 15s. 

15 Montalba, Ellen, A Royal wedding, a fan mount (Kennedy), £4 14s. 6d. 

16 Roberts, D., R.A., 1846, From under the portico of the Temple of Edfou, 

Upper Egypt — 13J x 19J (Agnew), £5 15s. 6d. 

17 Roberts, D., R.A., 1846, View from the summit of the Temple of Luxor — 

i3i X 19J (Agnew), £5 15s. 6d. 

18 Roberts, D., R.A., 1845, Interior of an Egyptian temple — n x 8i (Agnew), 

£2 2S. 

19 Sheffield, G., 1881, Road scene : Winter, pastel — 27J x 40 (Whitehead), 

£10 10s. 

20 Veronese, Alessandro, Illumination for a Venetian Ducale, with the Madonna 

and Child, saint, and donor — 8 J x 6 (Baerlein), £6 6s. 

21 Wint, P. de, Wadham College, Oxford — nf x 17J (Leggatt), £9 19s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

22 Bonington, Coast scene, with cart and figures — I7j x 23} (Peters), £4 5s. 

23 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., The Firth of Forth— iy\ x 22J (Baerlein), £3 3s. 

24 Brewtnall, E. F., 1880, Before the play ; and The pet parrot (Paris), £2 2s. 

25 Bume-Jones, Sir E., Lady, in a rose garden, holding a book — 27 x 2o| (Wallis), 

£157 10s. 

26 Cattermole, G., Giving alms — 13$ x nf (Vicars), £4 14s. 6d. 

27 Ellis, Edwin, Off Flamborough Head — 27J x 49 1 (Mitchell), £28 7s. 

28 Ellis, Edwin, South Landing, Flamborough Head — 17} x 32J (Mitchell), 

£16 16s. 

29 Ellis, Edwin, Coming into Port — 17J x 32J (Mitchell), £15 4s. 6d. 

30 Fantin-Latour, H., Three ladies and a cavalier, in a garden — 10 x 7 (Obach), 

£24 3S. 

31 Frere, Ed., Boys sliding, panel— ioi x 8J (Mitchell), £8 18s. 6d. 



298 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

32 Gainsborough School. Head of a girl, in white cap — 7 X 5i (Sabin), £11 OS. 6d. 

33 Galofre, B., Neapolitan Pottery-Market, panel — 17 x 23 (Sampson), £22 is. 

34 Greuze School. Head of a girl — 15 x 12} (Howard), £17 17s. 

35 Hunter, Colin, A.R.A., 1867, Fishermen shipping their nets — i7i X 27 (Samp- 

son), £12 12s. 

36 Koekkoek, J. H., Mouth of a river, panel — io£ X 14 (Kennedy), £6 16s. 6d. 

37 Montemezzo, A. D., Feeding the geese — 14 x lit (Mitchell), £6 16s. 6d. 

38 Morgan, J., The desert home — 13 x 20 (Gordon), £2 12s. 6d. 

39 Niederhausen, F., Italian coast, near Naples — nj X 21J (Lister), £1 lis. 6d. 

40 Niemann, E. J., Greenwich : Moonrise, circular — 14 in. diam. (Sampson), 

£7 7s. 

41 Pyne, J. B., 1855, Castello D'Ostia, Campagna di Roma — 27J X 35I (Baer- 

lein), £22 is. 

42 Topham, F. W. W. 1879, A bit of decoration at Bergamo — ioj X 14I (Samp- 

son), £5 5s. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

43 Foster, Birket, Highland river scene — 6J x io£ (Mitchell), £47 5s. 

44 Haghe, L., 1869, The night watch — 28£ x 22J (Lister), £3 13s. 6d. 

45 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Mountainous landscape, with river flowing through a 

gorge — 9 X 14! (Palser), £14 14s. 

46 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Swiss valley scene, with town — 8$ x 14! (Leaf), 

£9 9S- 

47 Sheffield, G., 1878, Cottages on a river, charcoal — 29} x 51 (Bolton), £10 10s. 

PICTURES. 

48 Ellis, Edwin, Bait-gatherers under Flamborough Head — 18$ x 28J (Permain), 

£10 10s. 

49 Ellis, Edwin, Calais Pier — 17J X 32$ (Mitchell), £15 4s. 6d. 

50 Ellis, Edwin, Fishing boats, near Flamborough Head — 17J x 32^ (Mitchell), 

£11 os. 6d. 

51 Ellis, Edwin, Harbour, with figures on pier — 17J x 32! (Sampson), £13 2s. 6d. 

52 Fantin-Latour, H., Girl, seated in a landscape, reading — 7£ X gj (Tooth), 

£56 14s. 

53 Fantin-Latour, H., 1874, Peaches on a plate — 7 x 9 (Sampson), £55 139. 

54 Fantin-Latour, H., 1878, Anemones — 4j x 7J (Van Wisseligh), £50 8s. 

55 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1881, Hayfield, Whittington, Worcester — 15$ X 234 

(Preston), £60 18s. 

56 Os, J. van, Shipping in a calm, panel — 12J X 15I (Leger), £3 3s. 

57 Ampighi, E., Grandfather's pet — 2iJ X 29^ (Mitchell), £27 6s. 

Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

58 Goodman, J. R., Picnicing on the Heath; and " Now comes still evening on," 

a pair — 9} X 13! (Houldsworth), £5 5s. 

59 Tayler, F., Lady and gentleman going hawking ; and Falconer, a pair — 

i7i X 11J (Ennis), £1 us. 6d. 

60 Richardson, T. M., 1831, Pass of St. Gothard — 10 X 14J (Ennis), £9 19s. 6d. 



March 6, 191 1. 299 

61 Moore, H., R.A., 1887, Low water, Colwell Bay — 10 x 17 (Roger), £5 5s. 

62 Macullurn, Hamilton, 1867, Glencoe — 12J x 24 (Elder), £12 12s. 

63 Robson, G. F., River scene, with bridge and anglers — 13 x igi (Palser), 

£11 ns. 

64 Phillip, C. B., 1886, Among the Scotch hills— 20 x 28£ (Whitehead), £4 14s. 6d. 

65 Callow, W., 1886, Stonegate, York — 17J x 15J (Ramsden), £15 15s. 

66 Naftel, P. J., 1888, Boats at Creux Harbour, Sark— 20J x 14 (Goodwin), 

£5 5S. 

67 Ball, Wilfrid, 1888, Bosham— 8£ x 15J (Cooling), £5 5s. 

68 Rigby, Cuthbert, Moorland scene — 13} x 21* (Wood), £3 13s. 6d. 

69 Mole, J. H., Near Hillersdon — gj x 14} (Gordon), £1 us. 6d. 

70 Bucker, E., Bristol Harbour — ni x i8£ (Permain), £2 12s. 6d. 

71 Havell, W., Clitheroe Castle— 18J x 24 (Lister), £1 us. 6d. 

72 Goodwin, A., Dorchester — 5 x 7 (Sampson), £2. 

73 Sandys, F., 1890, Portrait of Miss Meredith — 14 x 10 (Smith), £5. 

74 Severn, Arthur, Moonrise over Tom Quad, Christchurch, Oxford — 9} X 14 

(Leggatt), £1 8s. 

75 Sandys, F., 1905, Bhanavar the Beautiful — nj x 7\ (Boyne), £6 16s. 6d. 

76 Angell, H. Coleman, A dead owl — 10 x 17 (Sampson), £1 is. 

77 Holland, J., 1857, The Church of the Redenstore, Venice — 14^ x zo\ (Samp- 

son), £2 2S. 

78 Boughton, G. H., R.A., Study for " Doubts and fears," pastel — 17J x 22J 

(Laslin), £1 us. 6d. 

79 Pinwell, G. J., Trotty Veck in the belfry — 14 x 18 (Lister), 15s. 

80 Aiken, H., Illustration to " Don Quixote" — 11J x 17 (Cooling), £1 10s. 

PICTURES. 

81 Aiken, H., The York and London coach ; and The Exeter coach, a pair — 

16J x 22.} (Spencer), £21 is. 

82 Aiken, H., The call to surrender — 19J x 27J (Yeulett), £1 is. 

83 Calderon, P. H., 1867, A croquet-player — 25 x I7| (Sampson), £3. 

84 Morris, C, 1866, Landscapes, with cottages and figures, a set of three, panel — 

5i x 7l (Leger), £3 3s. 

85 Parton, Ernest, 1882, Silver and gold, R.A., 1882 — yi\ X 55J (Paris), £21. 

86 Boughton, G. H., R.A., Twilight— 9 x i7i (Cooling), £1 us. 6d. 

87 Corbould, Aster, 1869, Home Friends— 7J x g| (Lister), £1 5s. 

88 Lawson, Cecil G., 1880, A cornfield — nf x 14J (Sampson), £6 6s. 

89 Hue, Ch., The trysting-tree, panel — 12 x 9 (Yeulett), £3 13s. 6d. 

90 Philippeau, C. F., "Music hath charms"; and the Joy of life, a pair, panel — 

13^ x 18 (Mitchell), £21. 

91 Hillingford, R., The fugitive — 15 x 2oi (Mitchell), £11 os. 6d. 

92 Stanfield, G. C, At Aries — 15J X 24J (Cooling), £3 13s. 6d. 

93 Miiller, Woody landscape, with figures — 8i x 7 (Smith), £5 5s. 

94 Stark, J., Edge of a wood, with peasants, donkeys and sheep, panel — 9 x i*| 

(Permain), £18 18s. 

95 Ansdell, R., R.A., The keeper's pony ; and A gipsy encampment, Weybridge 

Common, by E. Williams (Paris), £4 14s. 6d. 

96 Parton, Ernest, The peaceful stream — 23 x 16J (Paris), £5 5s. 

97 T. K. P., 1863, Common scene, with sheep — 17J x 22j (Greville), £12 12s. 

98 Mordecai, J., The standard-bearer — 29 x 24J (Cooling), £2. 



3 oo ART PRICES CURRENT. 

99 Hamme, A. van, 1874, The love-letter, panel — 21J X 17^ (Carew), £8 18s. 6d. 

100 MacCullum, A., Burnham Beeches : The edge of autumn — 46 x 30J (Sampson), 

£1 is. 

101 Hulk, A., The calm and the storm, a pair, panel — ni x 16 (Sampson), £5 53. 

102 Wheatley, F., R.A., Lovers by a spring — 29 X 24* (Mitchell), £8 18s. 6d. 

103 Bates, David, 1879, View on the Thames — 9 X 12 (Paris), £5 15s. 6d. 

104 Turner, C, " Lord William " in a trotting match — 19 x 23 (Peel), £3 3s. 

The Property of the late Maximilian Linder, Esq., 
of Chad Valley, Edgbaston. 

DRAWINGS. 

105 Collier, T., On the Welsh coast — 7j X 14 (Sampson), £11 ns. 

106 Cox, D., The top of the mountain — 22 X 29J (Meyer), £24 3s. 

107 Cox, D., Welsh hillside, with figures and sheep — 14A x 21 (Meyer), £18 18s. 

108 Holland, J., A Welsh torrent— 14^ x 21 (Bell), £3 13s. 6d. ? 7<| 

PICTURES. 

109 Burt, C. T., Penmaenmawr range of mountains — 35 x 53J (Wood), £9 9s. 
no Burt, C. T., Clovelly Harbour — 2g£ x 44^ (Burton), £5 5s. 

in Johnson, C. E., 1875, Loch na Gaul, West Coast of Scotland — 27A x 39J 
(Cooling), £7 17s. 6d. 

112 Johnson, C. E., 1875, Ecclesbourne Glen : Autumn — 22J X 34* (Sampson), 

£5 5S. 

113 Lewis, C. J., 1865, Harvest field, Harley, Bucks — 15 x 22 (Leggatt), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

114 Noble, J. S., Otter-hounds, panel — 15J x 23J (Sampson), £12 12s. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

115 Watson, J. D., 1875, Forest of Arden — 16J x 25 (Smiles), £5 5s. 

116 Watson, J. D., 1875, Woodland walk — 14$ X 2ii (Smiles), £5 5s. 

117 Watson, J. D., 1874, The inn door— 13 X 2o£ (Smiles), £8 8s. 

118 Watson, J. D., 1875, Under the greenwood tree — 13I x 20 (Smiles), £5 5s. 

119 Watson, J. D., 1875, The sempstress — 20 x 13J (Smiles), £7 7s. 

120 Watson, J. D., 1876, La Porte d'une Chaumiere — 18| X 13 (Smiles), £8 8s. 

121 Watson, J. D., 1874, Collecting wreckage — 12} X 19I (Smiles), £3 13s. 6d. 

122 Watson, J. D., 1876, Magnolia — 16| x I2| (Smiles), £3 3s. 

123 Watson, J. D., 1872, The foster-mother — gf X 13} (Smiles), £3 13s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

124 Watson, J. D., 1879, The elopement — 31^ X 49^ (White), £5 5s. 

125 Watson, J. D., 1876, The parting— 2o£ x 28^ (Smiles), £8 8s. 

126 Watson, J. D., 1880, Soldiers carousing — 29J X 24J (Whitehead), £10 10s. 

127 Watson, J. D., 1864, The toilet — 26J X 19! (Thorpe), £3 13s. 6d. 

128 Watson, J. D., 1880, The jester— 27J X I7i (Smiles), £5 5s. 

129 Watson, J. D., 1880, Robinson Crusoe burying his dog — 33^ x 19} (James), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

130 Watson, J. D., 1879, The violin — 2ih x 15 i (James), £2 12s. 6d. 



March 6, 191 1. 301 

The Property of the late Mr. J. Fieldhouse, 21, Snow 
Hill, Birmingham. 

DRAWINGS. 

131 Baker, T., 1859, Old water-mill, Leamington — 10 x 14^ (Eade), £3 13s. 6d. 

132 Starrier, H., r88o, Court of Lions, Granada — 28i x 20 (Lawson), £2 12s. 6d. 

133 Starrier, H., 1893, Puerta della Justicia and Fountain of Charles V, Granada — 

20J x 14 (Lawson), £1 ns. 6d. 

134 Wainwright, W. J., Vicar of Wakefield, charcoal ; The thirsty traveller, sepia , 

and The jester, pen and wash (White), £3 3s. 

PICTURES. 

135 Woody landscape, with figures — 13 x 16 (Wells), £3 13s. 6d. 

136 Burt, C. T., 1859, David Cox's funeral at Harbome Church — 27I x 35J (Leger), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

137 Henshaw, F. H., 1842, A covey of partridges — 19 x 26 (Bale), £2 12s. 6d. 

138 Henshaw, F. H., 1862-4, The hill farm, near Stratford-on-Avon ; and Glimpse 

of Wharfedale, a pair — 26i x igj (Bale), £2 2s. 

139 Waller, S. E., 1897, The silent warning — 22J x 29 (Evans), £25 4s. 

140 Early English School. Portrait of an artist, in red coat, holding a palette — 

29i x 24 (Wilde), £2 2s. 



3Q2 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March n, 191 1. Christies. 

The Property of Mrs. Murray, of Duart Castle, 
Isle of Man, N.B. 

MODERN DRAWINGS. 

1 Burne- Jones, Sir E., The Angels of the Sepulchre, for " The Morning of the 

Resurrection," pastels, two in one frame, from the artist's sale, 1898 — 
13 x 8J each (Gooden & Fox), £63 

2 Burne-Jones, Sir E., The Nativity ; Design for a stained glass window in St. 

Philip's Church, Birmingham ; pastel, from the artist's sale, 1898 — 
19 ft. x 7 ft. 8 ins. (Gooden & Fox), £17 17s. 

3 Burne-Jones, Sir E., The Crucifixion ; Design for a stained glass window in 

St. Philip's Church, Birmingham ; pastel, from the artist's sale, 1898 — 
19 ft. x 7 ft. 8 ins. (Gooden & Fox), £12 12s. 
I 4 Leitch, W. L., Highland coast scene, with castle and boat, from the artist's 
sale, 1884— 5 J x 8| (Leggatt), £1 is. 

5 Leitch, W. L., St. Gragnano ; and Sorrento, from the artist's sale, 1884 (Wallis), 

£3 ios- 

6 Leitch, W. L., Dunolly Castle, sepia ; and Macduff's Cave, Fifeshire, from the 

artist's sale, 1884 (Mellis), £3. 

7 Poynter, Sir E. J., P.R.A., 1898, Isola San Giulio, Lago d'Orta, R.A., 1900 — 

21 x i4i (Dean), £69 6s. 

8 Poynter, Sir E. J., P.R.A., 1898, Duart Castle, R.A., 1898—13 x 21 (Amor), 

£63. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

9 Italian river scene, with ruins, figures dancing in the foreground — 39 x 53 

(Ren ton), £4 4s. 

10 Hurlstone, F. J., 1837, Peppino, as " Eros " ; Replica of a portion of the 

picture in the Marquess of Landsowne's Collection — 24 X 20 (Dean), £33 12s. 

OLD DRAWINGS. 

11 Dutch School. Vertumnus and Pomona, black and white chalk — 13} X i 1 

(Renton), £4 4s. 

12 French School. Dramatic performance in an open-air theatre, red chalk — 

9i * 14J (Leggatt), £13 13s. 

13 Italian School. Head of a boy, red chalk — nj X 8J (Mellis), 15?. 

OLD PICTURES. 

14 Canaletto, B., View on the Grand Canal, Venice, with the fish market — 23 x 36 

(Colnaghi & Co.), £661 ios. 

15 Canaletto School. The Quay ; and The Rialto, Venice, a pair, from the Collec- 

tion of Earl Granville, K.G., 1892 — 21 J x 28J (Pawsey & Payne), £73 ios. 

16 French School. Landscapes, with infant bacchanals, a pair — 24 x 28J 

(Harman), £11 us. 

17 German School. The Empress Catherine II — 24J X 18J (Smith), £8 8s. 

18 Italian School. The Infant Saviour asleep on the Cross — 8 x ioi (Rutley), 

£33 12s. 



March n, ign. 305 

19 Di Karlis, Raffaello, Tobias, the Angel, and Saint Catherine ; and Saint Stephen, 

Saint Appolonia, and a Saint with a violin, the wings of a triptych, a pair 
panel — 57 x 27 (Gooden & Fox), £504. 

20 Luini, Bernardino, The Virgin and Child ; small half figure of the Virgin, 

seated in front, holding the Child on her lap with her right hand, and 
looking down at Him while she gives Him the breast ; curtain background, 
with landscape seen through an opening on the left ; panel — 14 J x 12 J 
(Gooden & Fox), £231. 

21 Meyer, H. de, River scene, with windmill, panel — 35 x 59J (Parsons), £48 6s. 

22 Ostade. Interior of a barn, panel — 14 x n (Collings), £9 gs. 

23 School of Pesellino. The Madonna, in red dress with blue robe, holding the 

Infant Saviour, panel — i6£ x 12 (Wallis), £141 15s. 

24 Petrini, Gian, The Madonna, in red and green dress, holding the Infant Saviour, 

panel — 25 J x 20 (Cousins), £199 10s. 

25 Pinturicchio, Bernardino, The Dismissal of Hagar, panel — 19J x 13 (Partridge, 

Lewis, and Simmons), £714. 

26 Schongauer, Martin, Three Saints in a Garden, panel — 16-i x 17I- (Partridge, 

Lewis, and Simmons), £1,680. 

27 Storck, Johannes, Town on a river, signed, and dated 1660 — 29 x 43 (Wallis), 

£54 12s. 

28 Tintoretto. A Pieta : Small full-length figure of the dead Christ, supported 

by two angels, panel — 12£ x 9 (Dowdeswell), £47 5s. 

The Property jf the late Airs. Barnard, of Cave 
Castle, Yorkshire. 

29 De Lyons, Comeille, Gentleman, in black dress and cap, with lace collar, panel 

— 6J x 5J (Mori), £210. 

30 Guardi, F., San Giorgio Maggiore ; and An Island near Venice, a pair, panel — 

61 x 9J (Ward), £68 5s. 

Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

31 French School. Madame Bellivier de Grandchamp, pastel — 21 x i6\ (Turner) • 

£7 7s. 

32 Smith, J. R., Rev. Astley Meanly and Mrs. Meanly, pastels, a pair — 9I x 8 

(Denbigh), £9 9s. 

33 Downman, J., A.R.A., 1789, Mrs. Payne (nee Maria Beaufoy), oval — y\ x 6 

(Agnew), £162 15s. 

34 Titian. The Reclining Venus, black and red chalk — 6 x 9J (Harrison), £21. 

PICTURES. 

35 Asselyn, Jan, Landscape, with travellers and peasants — 50J x 47J (Huntley), 

£46 4s. 

36 Cuyp School. Landscape, with horsemen and soldiers — 35 x 42V ( ), 

£39 18s. 

37 Du Jardin, Landscapes, with market figures, a pair, panel — 14 x i6| (Renton), 

£23 2S. 

38 Kneller, Sir G., William, Viscount Mountjoy, in armour — 48^ x 40 (Wallis), 

£39 18s. 

39 Zucchero. Sir John Popham— 47! x 39 (Rice), £23 2s. 



304 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

40 De Vos, C, A Nobleman, his wife, and family — 66J x 85 (Eade), £189. 

41 Sienese School. Saint Catherine of Siena, panel — 15-J x 11J (Dowdeswell) , 

£39 iSs. 

42 Sienese School. Saint Paul and a Saint, a pair, panel — 13! x 8J (Carfax), £21. 

43 Sienese School. The Crucifixion, panel — 13 x 8 (Gooden & Fox), £32 us. 

44 Van Falens, C, A Cavalry Skirmish — 26} X 39 (Maynard), £6 6s. 

45 Sartorius, J. N., 1814, Huntsman and hounds — 14J x 20J (Wallis), £28 7s. 

46 Early English School. Lady, in green dress, oval — loj x 8i (Wagner), 

£1 us. 6d. 

47 Raffaelle School. The Marriage of Saint Catherine, panel — 36 x 29 (Liddell) > 

£7i 8s. 

48 Dutch School. Interior of a Palace, with company feasting, panel — 23 x 30J 

(Elmslie), £36 15s. 

49 Rembrandt School. Old woman reading — 29 x 23^ (Bailey), £9 9s. 

50 Tiepolo. Allegorical Subject — 28J x 19J (Bell), £12 12s. 

51 Havell, W., 1814, Forest scene, with woodcutters — i2i X 17 (Dyer), £3 3s. 

52 Dutch School. Hilly landscape, with peasant and sheep — 24I x 29J (Wallis), 

£7 7s. 

53 Opie, J., R.A., Staff-Surgeon W. Wynne, with an autograph letter written on 

January 21st, 1812, describing the storming of Ciudad Rodrigo in the 
Peninsular War — 19 x 16 (Bevan), £9 19s. 6d. 

54 Guardi, F., An Island near Venice — 4J x 7 (Wadham), £44 2s. 

55 Flemish School. Knight in armour, kneeling, with heralds and other figures 

— 56 x 39* (Maynard), £7 7s. 

56 Pynacker, A., Peasant, with animals at a ford, panel — 15 x 2o£ (Wolsey), 

£21 is. 

57 Schweickhardt, H. W., 1793, Frozen river scene, with sledge, panel — 16 $ x 22.V 

(Renton), £39 18s. 

58 Wardigh, D. G., 1760-1, Views in Amsterdam and Haarlem, a pair, panel — 

12 x 15J (Howard), £33 12s. 

59 Ramsay, A., Lady, in white dress with pink ribands, oval — 29 x 24 (Graves), 

£30 9s. 

60 Largilliere. Gentleman, in brown coat ; and Lady, as a pilgrim, in red dress, 

a pair — 32J x 26J (Lawson), £131 5s. 

61 Dutch School. Poultry, Ducks, and other Birds, a pair — 26J X 2iJ (de 

Pallandt), £22 is. 

62 Early English School. Young Girl, in white dress, with a dog — 43 x 33J 

(T. Permain), £21. 

63 Early English School. Mrs. Anderson, in green dress, oval — 27 x 22 (House- 

man), £12 12s. 

64 Harlow, G. H., Boy and Girl, with dog and rabbit — 35J x 27 (Renton), £52 10s. 

65 Botticelli School. The Madonna, Saint Joseph and Saint John, Adoring the 

Infant Saviour, panel, circular — 33J ins. diam. (T. Permain), £27 6s. 

66 Early English School. Girl, in yellow dress and red sash — 34 \ x 26 (Wallis), 

£23 2S. 

67 Lely. Lady, holding a lute — 29 X 24^ (Grose), £7 7s. 

68 Kneller, Sir G., Lady, in brown and white dress, oval — 28J x 23* (Johnson), 

£33 12s. 

69 Raeburn, Sir. H, R.A., Lady, in white dress, with yellow ribbon in her hair ; 

coral necklace — 29J X 24A (Lawson), £75 15s. 



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70 Greuze School. Nymph and Cupid — 15* x 12$ (Gooden & Fox), £15 15s. 

71 Prud'hon, P., Venus, with Cupids, in the clouds, panel — 12J x g.V (Wallis), 

£11 us. 

72 Lawrence School. Miss Mary Ann Padden, in cloak trimmed with fur — 

29J X 24^ (T. Permain), £31 10s. 

73 Ruysdael. Woody landscape, with sporting party — 30 x 41J (Prideaux), 

£34 13s. 

74 Velasquez. Mariana of Austria, wife of Philip IV — 29 x 25 (Baron de Quinto), 

75 Dutch School. River scene : Moonrise, panel — 10 x 15 (Renton), £6 6s. 

76 Boucher School. Lovers in a kitchen — 19J x 17J (Renton), £10 10s. 

77 French School. Figures in a garden, panel — 9 x 12 (Harrison), £24 3s. 

78 Van der Heist, Admiral Van Tromp — 37 x 28 (Simmonds), £57 15s. 

79 Cotes, F., R.A., Mrs. Uvedale, oval — 29 x 23J (Collins), £36 15s. 

80 Storck, A., Dutch river scene — 18£ x 24 (Spielman), £15 15s. 

81 Longhi, P., The Masked Ball — 27 x 37 (withdrawn). 

82 Valentin School. Card-Players — 35 X 47 (Fitzgerald), £2 12s. 6d. 

83 Early British School. Sir Walter Scott, in dark dress — 29 x 24$ (Leger), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

84 Horemans, J. J., Interior, with figures at a repast — iii x 13} (Thompson), 

£10 10s. 

85 Breughel, J., River scene, on copper — 9 x 13 (Metchkovsky), £10 10s. 

86 Dutch School. Peasant, carrying a basket ; and Three Beggar-Boys, panel 

(Upperton), £2 12s. 6d. 

87 Canaletto School. Island near Venice — 18 J x 26 h (Searton), £11 us. 

88 Dutch School. Men-of-War and Shipping, at the mouth of a river — 21 x 29§ 

(Dyer), £6 6s. 

89 De Loutherbourgh, P. J., R.A., 1771, Landscape, with milkmaid, cattle and 

dog — 36} x 49A (T. Permain), £37 16s. 

90 Tennant, J., 1824, On the Banks of the Thames : Herdsman, cattle, and sailing- 

barges, R.A., 1824 — 47 x 71* (Collings), £21. 

91 Casteels, P., 1709, Flowers in a Terracotta Bowl — 30 X 32 (Collet), £16 5s. 6d. 

92 Beechey, Sir W., R.A., Lady, in black dress and yellow gloves — 29J x 24J 

(T. Permain), £120 15s. 

93 Early English School. Gentleman, in brown coat and white stock, oval — 

28J x 23i (Grant), £7 17s. 6d. 

94 Morland, Winter scene: Figures and dog on the ice — 10 x 12 (Sabin), 

£31 10s. 

95 Morland, Winter scene, with cottage and figures — iij x 14J (Bailey), £6 6s. 

96 Zuccarelli, F., R.A., Italian Landscape, with peasants, horse, and sheep — 

13 X 25 (Dyer), £9 9s. 

97 Bonington, Coast scene, with figures and boats — 17I x 23J (Small), £13 13s. 

98 English School. An old Peasant-Woman — 21 x 17J (Fitzgerald), £12 is. 6d. 

99 French School. Ladies and Gentlemen in a Park — -39V x 23J (Hughes), 

£11 us. 

100 Wilson, Rocky river scene — 35 x 50! (T. Permain), £17 17s. 

101 Canaletto School. Grand Canal, Venice — 27i x 49J (Harrison), £29 8s. 

102 Garofalo, Madonna and Child with the Infant Saint John, panel — 16 x iof 

(Williams), £27 6s. 
;I03 Stubbs, G., R.A., A White Terrier— 19 J X 23* (Fuerst), £1 ns. 6d. 



3©6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

104 Raffaelle (After), Pope Leo X and two Cardinals, panel — 59J x 46 (Watts), 

£10 10s. 

105 Homebolt, Henry VIII, holding his gloves and a stick, unframed, panel — 

36 x 26 (Lesser), £115 10s. 

106 Swanevelt, Woody Landscape, with figures — 26J X 45 (Leger), £7 17s. 6d. 

107 Rombouts, Landscape, with figures and dogs, panel — 22J X 30 (Moseley), £2 2s. 

108 English School. Woody Landscape, with pavilion — 22 X 30! (White), 

£6 16s. 6d. 

109 De Heem, Festoon of Roses suspended by Ribands, panel — 24! x 20.} (Col- 

lings), £13 13s. 
no Hackaert, J., Edge of a Wood, with peasants, panel — 15} x 13J (F. A. White), 

£16 16s. 
in Ryckaert, D., Interior of a Cottage — 25 x 2i£ (Wagner), £9 9s. 

112 Dyck, Van, Francis, Earl of Bedford, oval — 23! x 19 (Wilson), £27 6s. 

113 English School. The Third Lord Holland, in mauve coat and yellow vest — ' 

2o| x i6| (Eade), £2 12s. 6d. 

114 Stalpart, P., Hilly Landscape, with castle and figures, signed, and dated 1618, 

panel — 14J x 22| (Sutcliffe), £9 19s. 6d. 

115 Early English School. Young Girl, in white frock — 31 J x 25J (T. Permain), 

£25 us. 

116 Dupont, Gainsborough, Edward Gibbon, the Historian, oval — 29i X 24J 

(Harries), £4 14s. 6d. 

117 Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., James, Duke of Roxburgh, with yellow riband and 

Order — 29J x 24J (Harrison), £23 12s. 
1x8 Cotes, F., R.A., Mrs. Hardy, in blue dress with yellow sash — 28J x 23J (House- 
man), £29 8s. 

119 Kauffman, A., R.A., Miss Dayrell, holding a guitar, oval — 30 X 25 (Linn), 

£52 10s. 

120 Kneller, A General, in red dress — 48 x 38J (Clark), £5 5s. 

121 Morland, G., Coast scene, with smugglers — 27J x 35J (Greenfield), £63. 

122 Early English School. Sleeping Shepherdess — 49 x 39 (Harries), £126. 

123 Early English School. A Boy, with white frilled collar — 20J x i6J (Holder),. 

£13 13s. 

124 Cranach, L., "Neither do I Condemn Thee," panel — 18£ x 28J (Sabin), £120 15s, 

125 Cuyp, Peasants, cow, and goats, oval — 8 x 12 (Bell), £3 13s. 6d. 

126 Fragonard, Girl, reading a letter — 5$ X 4J (Glen), £22 is. 

127 Hals, Dirk, Interior, with three cavaliers, panel — 13J x 17J (Abraham), £23 2s. 

128 Coello, Lady, in red dress — 31 x 27 (Dyer), £44 2s. 

129 Netscher, Lady, in dark green dress — 36 X 26J (Peters), £9 19s. 6d. 

130 Teniers, Temptation of Saint Anthony, panel, oval — 16J X 22 (Fleischner), 

£44 as. 

131 Mansueti, The Crucifixion — 30 \ x 24 (Ker), £4 4s. 

132 Verkolje, Jan, Interior, with figures merrymaking — 19^ x 23J (Lacey), 

£16 16s. 

133 Early English School. David Allen, Esq. — 49 X 39 (H. L. Rutley), £3 13s. 6d. 

134 Hudson, T., Lady, in white dress — 29J x 24J (Dyer), £8 8s. 

135 Early British School. Gentleman, holding a letter, and his daughter — 

48J x 38£ (Permain), £42. 

136 Early German School. The Emperor Maximilian, in black coat with gold 

sleeves, and black cap, panel — 23 x 19 (James), £8 8s. 



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137 Dutch School. Garden scenes, with children, a pair, panel — 2oJ X 17 (Col • 

lings), £10 10s. 

138 Droogsloot, J. C, Village scene, with figures feasting, signed with initials, 

and dated 1663, panel — 35J x 60 (Clark), £48 6s. 

139 Velde, Van de, E., Rocky river scene, with waterfall, signed, and dated 1625, 

panel, 10 x 12$ (Nicholson), £8 8s. 

140 Guido, The Magdalen and two angels — 62 x 5r (de Quinto), £5 5s. 

141 Francken, F. (The Younger), The Wise and the Foolish Virgins, signed, and 

dated 1616, panel — 27 X 44 (Louis), £52 10s. 

142 Flemish School. Lady, in rich dress and white robe, as a Sibyl — 41J X 3: 

(Arthur), £31 10s. 

143 Janssens, V. H., Cephalus and Procris, panel — 17 x 22J (Renton), £4 4s. 

The Property of the late Rev. H. B. George, Holywell 
Lodge, Oxford. 

PICTURES. 

144 A Vestal, unframed ; A Ruined Abbey, panel ; and The Clock-Tower, Rouen, 

by C. P. Pitt (Wagner), £8 8s. 

145 Barker, B., Bath Abbey from the River — 17 X 12 (Parsons), £5 15s. 6d. 

146 Brooking, C, A Calm, with shipping — 24J x 39I (Wallis), £8 8s. 

147 Cuyp, A. (After), River scene with peasants and cows, panel ; and Park 

scene (Cohen), £8 8s. 

148 Droogsloot, J. C, Scene in a town, with beggars, etc., panel — i6J x 23J 

(Metchkovsky), £13 13s. 

149 Early Flemish School. Entombment of Saint Mary Magdalen, panel — 29 X 

igi (Wagner), £22 is. 

150 Gael, Barent, Horse-Fair in a Dutch Village, panel — 15 x 21 (Collings), £8 8s. 

151 Hobbema School. Woody road scene, with figures, panel — 18 x 23J (Strelet- 

skie), £3 3s. 

152 Ribera, Seneca — 69 x 48$ (de Quinto), £3 3s. 

153 Vernet, Bay scene, with boats and fishermen ; and A Ruined Abbey, by J. 

West (Wallis), £5 5s. 



3o8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March 13, 191 1. Christies. 

Part Stock of Mr. A. Smith, deceased, late of 1, 
Grafton Street, New Bond Street, W. 

1 The Duchess of Gloucester, after Gainsborough, by J. B. Pratt — artist's proof 

(Leggatt), £3 13s. 6d. 

DRAWINGS. 

2 View of Oxford, from the river — 16 x 22 J (Carfax), £4 4s. 

3 Market Hill, Cambridge, with figures — 9 x 14 (Leggatt), £5 5s. 

4 Bonington, R. P., Beach scene, with fisher-folk — sf x 8A (Carfax), £13 13s. 

5 Carracci, Triumph of Amphitrite ; and the companion, a pair, oval — 13 x i8i 

(Carfax), £4 10s. 

6 Cats, J., Farm scene, with figures and animals — 4A X 7 (Parsons), 10s. 6d. 

7 Cox, D., A Funeral at Bettws-y-Coed Church — 19 x 29 (Lister), £5 15s. 6d. 

8 Cox, D., Study of trees — 14 x 21 (Sale), £2 5s. 

9 Cox, D., Windsor — 7$ x 11J (Leggatt), £5 5s. 

10 Dodgson, G., 1849, A Sunshine Holiday — 20 X 35 (Vicars), £16 16s. 

11 Duncan, E., Boats on a river ; Greenwich in the distance — 17 x 27.V (Leggatt), 

£15 15s. 

12 Early English School. Gentleman, in red coat and blue scarf, pastel — 22 X 17 

(Louis), £3. 

13 French School. Triumph of Amphitrite, pastel, oval — 14 x ioi (Upperton), 

£2 2S. • 

14 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Study of landscape, charcoal — 6 x nl (Hutchinson), 

£1 5S. 

15 Girtin, T, Figures at an inn door — 19J X i6| (Austen), £3 13s. 6d. 

16 Malton, T, All Souls' College, Oxford — 14 X 22 (Leggatt), £7 7s. 

17 Malton, T., Charing Cross ; and The East India House, a pair ; and lithographs 

of the same — 13 x 19 (Colnaghi & Co.), £56 14s. 

18 Miiller, W., On the Medway ; and Anst, 1840 (Leggatt), £7 7s. 

19 Romney, G., The Foolish Virgins, sepia — 15J X 20J (Orgel), 15s. 

20 Rossetti, D. G., Head of a Lady, chalk — 22 X 18 (Spencer), £10 10s. 

21 De Wint, P., Dordrecht — 9J x 13 (Carfax), £1 5s. 

22 De Wint, P., Woody landscape, with church and a mansion — 9$ x i8-£ 

(Leggatt), £4. 

23 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., Gartindenberg — 10 X 15J (Leggatt), £2 2s. 

24 Yates, G., 1829, Old London Bridge — 12 X 21J (Colnaghi & Co.), £14 14s. 

PICTURES. 

25 Barker, T., A horse fair — 34J X 47 (Cohen), £8 8s. 

26 Bol School. Lady, in brown dress — 31 x 26 (Cohen), £21. 

27 Bristow, E., Interior of a shed, with peasant-woman, children, and cows, 

panel — 18 x 24 (Cohen), £2 2S. 

28 Brooking, Charles, A calm, with shipping and figures — 15 X 21J (Louis), 

£6 6s. 6d. 

29 Canaletto, A. C, Island near Venice ; and The Grand Canal, a pair — 13! x 22 

(Streletskie), £27 6s. 

30 Collins, W., R.A., Out of school, a sketch — 10J x 15! (Vicars), £1 is. 



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31 Constable, J., R.A., River scene, with boat, panel — y\ x oi (Orgel), £1 8s. 

32 Cosway, R., R.A., Mr. Kemble, seated in a garden, and Mrs. Ellerton, standing 

by his side — 29 X 35 J (Leger), £11 us. 

33 Crome, John (" Old Crome "), In a park near Norwich — 23J x 19J (Permain), 

£11 us. 

34 Crome, John (" Old Crome "), Woody road scene, with figures and cattle — 

17J X 26J (Cox), £14 14s. 

35 Crome, John (" Old Crome "), Fishing-boats in a stiff breeze — ijj x 19 

(Smith), £9 9s. 

36 Cuyp, A., Cattle in a pasture — 39J X 49 (de Quinto), £24 3s. 

37 Dance, Mrs. Anne Vavasour — 29J- X 24J (Howard), £3 13s. 6d. 

38 Dobson, W., The Duke of Montrose — 28 X 23} (Collings), £5 5s. 

39 Dutch School. Man, in brown dress, holding a glass and a jug, panel — 33 x 25 

(Sampson), £367 10s. 

40 Dutch School. Sarah Ludford, oval— 35 x 26i (Turner), £12 12s. 

41 Dutch School. A toper — 26J x 22} (de Quinto), £17 17s. 

42 Dutch School. Landscape, with figures carting hay — 17J x 24 (Stanford), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

43 Dutch School. Landscape, with figures and animals, panel — 19J x 25J 

(Pettigrew), £7 7s. 

44 Early English School. Boy, in blue dress, holding a bird's-nest — 23 x 19 

(Howard), £6 6s. 

45 Early English School. W. H. Ley, Esq., Clerk of the Journals, House of 

Commons — i6i x 13 (Gooden & Fox), £11 ns. 

46 Early English School. Lady, in grey dress with white fichu, and cap, oval — 

11 X 9 (Carfax), £2 14s. 6d. 

47 French School. Cupids sporting, a pair — ig} x 35J (Leger), £32 ns. 

48 French School. Summer; and Autumn, a pair — 30 X 22 (Leger), £11 us. 

49 French School. Figures round a maypole — 19J x 15I- (Stanford), £21. 

50 Gainsborough School. River scene, with figures and animals — 51 x 70^ 

(S. T. Smith), £14 3s. 6d. 

51 Gainsborough School. Woody landscape, with cottage and cattle — 24 x 29 J 

(Wagner), £11 us. 

52 Gainsborough School, Cottage door — 29!- x 22 (S. T. Smith), £1 us. 6d. 

53 Early German School. Lady, in black dress and white head-dress, panel — 

9 J in. circular (Sale), £23 2s. 

54 Giotto, Madonna and Child, with Saints and Angels, panel — 24 x 13J (Cohen), 

£15 15s. 

55 Guardi, F., Piazzetta of Saint Mark's, Venice, with the clock-tower — 24J x 29 J 

(Sale), £54 12s. 

56 Hall, H., Portrait of " Bolingbroke," with Mr. Edwards, the trainer — 27} x 35J 

(Leggatt), £2 12s. 6d. 

57 Holbein School. Portrait of Erasmus, panel — 35 x 22J (Sale), £63. 

58 Hudson, Thomas, John Wilkes, Lord Mayor of London, in green coat, oval — 

29 X 24 (Matthews), £3 13s. 6d. 

59 Ibbctson, J. C, 1797, Landscape near the coast, with figures and horse by 

J. Ward, R.A. — 13^ X n£ (Sampson), £6 16s. 6d. 

60 Italian School. Lady, in grey dress, with dog — 39} x 31 (Nicholson), £7 7s. 

61 Kauffman, Angelica, R.A., '• Calypso," on copper, oval — ioj X7I (Stanford). 

£9 19s. 6d. 



310 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

62 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., Figures, Pony, Dogs, and Dead Bull — 16 x 18 (Leggatt), 

£8 8s. 

63 Lawrence School. An Artist, said to be Bonington — 35 x 27 (Stanford), £9 9s. 

64 Lawrence School. Lady Sarah Benson, in red and white dress — 29 x 24A. 

(Wagner), £13 13s. 

65 Lawrence School. Miss Stephens, actress, as "Diana" — 22 X 18A (Wagner), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

66 Lely, Sir P., Lady, in grey dress with crimson cloak — 29J- x 24J (Hughes) 

£21. 

67 Linnell, J., Sen., 1857, Collecting the Flocks — 27J x 39 (Shepherd), £94 10s. 

68 Linnell, J., Sen., 1870, Landscape, with shepherd, peasants and sheep — 

27£ X 38 *. (Vicars), £29 8s. 

69 De Loutherbourgh, P. J., R.A., Woody landscape, with peasant and animals 

—39 x 49 (Collings), £13 13s. 

70 Luny, T., 1827, Harbour scene; and River scene, a pair, panel — 11 x 154 

(Cohen), £4 14s. 6d. 

71 De Moni, L., Peasant-woman and children, panel — i6i x 14 (Collings), £26 5s. 

72 De Morales, L., Christ Bearing the Cross — 26J x 31 (de Quinto), £1. 

73 More, Sir A., Lady, in black dress with red sleeves, panel — 41 x 30J (Sale), 

£29 8s. 

74 Modern (Style of Gainsborough), Lady, in white dress, with powdered hair — 

29 x 24 (Leger), £8 18s. 8d. 

75 Morland, George, The peasants' repast — 29A X 24J (Carroll), £16 16s. 

76 Morland, George, Woody landscape, with cows, panel — 17A x 23 J (Sampson) , 

£13 13s- 

77 Morland, George, Windermere ; Ullswater ; and Views in Cumberland, a set 

of three, panel — 5 A X 7 A (Sampson), £19 19s. 

78 Morland, George, Landscape, with figures by a tree- trunk — nj x 9I (Samp- 

son), £6 6s. 

79 Moucheron, F., and Lingelbach, J., Landscape, with peasants and animals — 

42 x 57 (Schroeder), £15 15s. 

80 Murillo, B. E., The Immaculate Conception — 81 x 54 (Agnew), £37 16s. 

$ 1 Musscher, M. Van, Peasant, playing a violin, figures in the background — 
27 x 19A. (Cohen), £36 15s. 

82 Norwich School. Woody lane, with peasant — 13 x 17 (Collings), £6 6s. 

83 Ostade, A. Van, Landscape : Cavaliers halting before an inn — 52 X 65 (Cohen), 

£84- 

84 Potter, Paul, A red cow, with white marks — 14^ x i7j (Louis), £10 10s. 

85 Ramsay, Allan, A Lady of the Elvey Family, in white dress with blue scarf — 

49 X 39 (Cohen), £15 15s. 

86 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Kitty Fisher, in white and pink dress — 35 X 27j 

(S. T. Smith), £89 5s. 

87 Roads, J., The gamekeeper's favourite — nj x 9 J (Misell, Jun.), 10s. 6d. 

88 Romney, G., Miss Sneyd, in white dress and cap — 58 x 47I (Leger), £78 15s. 

89 Romney, G., Lady, in green dress, with white veil — 25 X 21 J (Dyer), £12 12s. 

90 Romney, G., Hope and Charity — 51A x 43A, (Wagner), £40 19s. 

91 Romney, G., Fast asleep — 13J x 9A. (Renton), £2 12s. 6d. 

92 Rubens, Sir P. P., Orpheus leading Eurydice from the Throne of Pluto, panel. 

— 21 x 29* (Cohen), £15 15s. 

93 Ryley, J., General Ireton, in armour — 42J x 36J (Leggatt), £18 18s. 



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94 Sartorius, J. N., " Hambletonian " beating " Diamond III," March 25th, 1796 

— iSi X 16J (Agnew), £18 18s. 

95 Schalcken, G., The sick lady — 29I x 23J (Cohen), £17 17s. 

96 Stark, J., Road through a wood, panel — i8£ x 21J (Leggatt), £79 16s. 

97 Storck, A., Harbour scenes, with men-of-war, a pair — i8i x 24J (Crome), 

£12 12s. 

98 Teaiers, D., Interior of a kitchen, with pots, pans, and vegetables, panel — 

12J x 17J (Nicholson), £141 15s. 

99 Teniers, D., Peasants and gipsies — 36 X 46! (Louis), £23 2s. 

100 Teniers, D., Monks, at a wayside shrine — 27 x 35 (Fleischner), £13 13s. 

101 Teniers School. Peasants merrymaking, unframed, panel — 18 x 29J 

(Howard), £5 5s. 

102 Thulden, T. Van, Lady, holding her infant child — 49 J x 39 (Leger), £11 ns. 

103 Tintoretto, Head of a Venetian gentleman — 18J x 15^ (Fleischner), £10 10s. 

104 Tonge, R., A Bit of Cheshire — 8 x n (Dyer), £1 is. 

105 Velde, W. Van de, Shipping in a breeze, panel — 16| x 22J (Sale), £38 17s. 

106 Watteau School. Figures and a guitar-player — 21 x 27J (Harrison), £25 4s. 

107 VVerff, A. Van der, The Entombment, panel — 16J x 13 (Streletskie), £6 16s. 6d. 

108 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., The artist's sister — 29J x 23A (Dyer), £9 9s. 

109 Williams, G. A., A winter's night — 15^ x 25J (Buck), £5 5s. 

no Wilson, R., R.A., Woody lane scene — 24 1 x 29J (Cohen), £16 16s. 
in Wilson, R., R.A., The white monk — 14 x 18 (Carfax), £14 14s. 

112 Wouverman, Landscape, with hawking party, panel — 15J x 19J (Pettigrew), 

£16 6s. 6d. 

113 Wyck, J., Landscape, with town, and figures — 23' x 47 (Fox), £26 5s. 

Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

114 Kauffman, Angelica, R.A., A Vestal, Indian ink, — 9J x 7 (Withers), £5 15s. 6d. 

115 Morland, George, Group of gipsies under a tree — 16 x 13 J (Glen), £6 16s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

116 French School. Lady, holding some fruit — 24J x 19 (de Quinto), £4 4s. 

117 Early English School. Young woodcutters — 29 x 24 (Upperton), £3 13s. 6d. 

118 Poussin, N., Woody landscape, with Cephalus and Procris — 25^ x 30^ 

(de Quinto), £4 4s. 

119 Gordon, Watson, A Youth, in dark dress, unframed — 30 x 25 (Grose), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

120 Hogarth, W., Gentleman, in red dress and cocked hat — 29 x 24 (Leggatt), 

£1 I5S- 

121 Wilson, R., River scene, with a cascade and figures — 39 x 49J (de Quinto), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

122 Early English School. Gentleman, said to be Mr. Phillip Wedgwood — 39 x 32^ 

(Wood), £6 6s. 

123 Nasmyth, A., Woody landscape — 27 x 35 (Collings), £37 16s. 

124 Morland, George, Stable interior, with white horse — 27J x 34 (Collings), 

£19 19s. 

125 Lawrence School. Lady and her daughter, panel — 9 x 7 (Wagner), £5 5s. 

126 Steen, Jan, Peasant-woman and man, smoking and drinking — 10J x 9I 

(Clark), £40 19s. 



312 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

127 Stuart, Gilbert, James Boswell, in brown coat — 23! x 19J (Wagner), £9 19s. 8d. 

128 Ulft, Van der, Piazza Del Popolo, Rome — 28 x 54 (Hill), £10 10s. 

129 Italian School. Madonna and Child, with two Saints, panel— 30^ x 29 

(Wylde), £15 15s. 

130 German School. Lady, in red cape, holding a flower, panel — 25^ x 20 (Ren- 

ton), £18 18s. 

131 Flemish School. Adoration of the Shepherds, on copper — 14 x 19^ (Beale), 

£6 6s. 

132 Rembrandt School. "Neither do I Condemn Thee," unframed, panel — 

13 x 33 (Holland), £17 17s. 

133 Italian School. Madonna and Infant Saviour, panel, oval — 22 x 18J- (Hol- 

land), £8 8s. 

134 Bassano, Figures, Animals, and Birds, in a landscape, unframed — 47 X 57 

(Bell), £g 9 s. 

135 Bloemart, Ceres, Pomona, and Cupid — 44 x 41 (Reeves), £6 6s. 

The Property of a Lady. 

PICTURES. 

136 Dutch School. Domina O'Kenealy, holding her glove and a book, panel — 

46J x 32j (Marsh), £23 2s. 

137 Dutch School. Dame O'Kenealy, with white ruff and cap, panel — 23 x 16 

(Wagner), £15 15s. 

138 Gainsborough, T., R.A., John Gainsborough, in brown coat and buff vest, 

oval — 28J x 24 (Leggatt), £54 12s. 

139 Kneller, Sir G., Lady Mary Atkins, oval — 29 x 24J (Leggatt), £23 2s. 

140 Lely, Sir P., Lady O'Kenealy, in white satin dress, with blue scarf, holding 

some flowers— 49 x 39 (Cohen), £50 8s. 

141 Lely, Sir P., Maurice O'Kenealy— 32 x 25J- (Bale), £8 8s. 

142 Maes, N., John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester — 23 x 19 (Bale), £29 8s. 

143 Nasmyth (Style of), Landscape, with man in a punt — nj x 15^ (Bale), £2 2s. 

144 Turner (Style of), View over a town, with figures in the foreground — 39 x 49 

(Hunt), £14 14s. 



March 17, 191 1. 313 

March 17, 191 1. Puttick & Simpson. 

The Property of the late Mr. A. T. Home. 

5 Windsor, with its surrounding scenery, by J. B. Pyne, 12 plates, lithographs 
in colours (W. Daniell), £1 ns. 

12 Industry, Amato, and Sweetmeat, by C. Hunt, after Herring, and Kettledrum, 
by J. Harris, after Harry Hall, four aquatints in colours (Butcher), £1 12s. 

14 St. Giles — Bloomsbury, and Dangerous, by C. Hunt, after Herring, and Nut- 
worth, by the same, after Hall, four aquatints in colours (Lindon), £3 7s. 6d. 

19 Queen Charlotte and Princess Royal, by V. Green, after B. West, and two 
Portraits of gentlemen, proofs, mezzotints (Butcher), £1 4s. 

26 Shooting, by W. Wollett, after Stubbs, plates three and four (Brail), 18s. 

52 Turner's Liber Studiorum, Jason, third state, and Lake of Thun (Foot), 9s. 

54 Arundel Society Chromos. Pinturicchio, Virgin in Glory, and another ; also 

two others, coloured, (Clayton) 18s. 

55 Arundel Society Chromos. Holbein, Madonna and Child, amongst the 

Meyer family (Clayton), £1 10s. 

56 Arundel Society Chromos. Bazzi, Ecstasy of St. Catherine, and another 

(Rimeli),£r 17s. 6d. 

57 Arundel Society Chromos. Angelo, Prophet Ezekiel. — Avanzo, St. Lucy 

sentenced, and others (Rimell), 18s. 

58 Arundel Society Chromos. Luini, Burial of St. Catherine (Rimell), £1 5s. 

59 Arundel Society Chromos. Angelico, St. Stephen's Ordination ; and 

Romanino, The Hunt (Osborne), £1. 

60 Arundel Society Chromos. St. Veronica. — Van Eyck, Annunciation ; aad 

others ( ), ns. 

80 Baxter. Sir Robert Peel ( ), 12s. 

84 St. Alban's Grand Steeplechase, a set of four aquatints in colours (Dupree), 

£i6s. 

88 Edinburgh: Princes Street, by Clark, after Kay, aquatint in colours (Brail), 

£1 10s. 

89 Views of St. Helena, by Havell, after Bellasis, with letter-press, aquatints in 

colours (Fores), £3 5s. 
93 Views of the Dockyard at Deptford and Chatham, by Woollett and Canot, 
after Paton, a pair (W. Daniell), £1 10s. 

97 St. Jerome in his cell, by Albert Durer, 1514, a fine impression (Obach), £27 6s. 

98 La Vierge aux Rochers, by A. Desnoyers, after Leonardo da Vinci, an open 

letter proof, signed by the engraver (Long), £1 7s. 6d. 

99 Portrait of a man, mezzotint (Long), £1 4s. 

101 John Lee, by Hodges, after Reynolds, mezzotint (North), 18s. 

102 John Lee, ditto (Brail), 5s. 

104 Children playing at soldiers, by G. Keating, after Morland (Lausen), £9 19s. 6d. 

105 The Marquess of Tavistock, after Reynolds, by J. Watson, mezzotint, proof 

before letters (North), £1. 

106 Portrait of F. Hargrave, after Reynolds, by J. Jones, mezzotint, fine proof 

(Paul), £1 4 s. 



314 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

107 Richard Warren, M.D., after Gainsborough, by J. Jones, mezzotint, fine 

proof (Maggs), £1 12s. 6d. 

108 James Hamilton, Earl of Abercorn, after Gainsborough, by Dean, mezzotint, 

fine (Breun), £1 6s. 

109 The Rt. Noble Charles, Marquess of Rockingham, after Reynolds, by W. 

Dickinson, mezzotint, fine proof (Rimell), £1 12s. 
no John Paterson, Esq., after Reynolds, by T. Watson, mezzotint, fine impression 

(Breaun), £1 2s. 
in Hugh Leycester, Esq., Recorder of Chester, after W. Owen, by S. W. Reynolds, 

mezzotint (Paul), £1 7s. 6d. 

112 Sir Charles Bunbury, after Reynolds, by J. Watson, mezzotint (Paul), 18s. 

113 Sir Brooke Boothby, after Reynolds, by J. R. Smith, mezzotint (North), 18s. 

114 Sir John Thomas, Lord Bishop of Rochester, after Reynolds, by Thos. Park, 

mezzotint (Paul), 9s. 

115 Sir William Chambers, by V. Green, and Granville Gower, by E. Fisher, mezzo- 

tint (Davis), £1 4s. 

116 Rt. Hon. Sir John Cust, after Reynolds, by J. Watson, mezzotint (Lee), 16s. 

117 Felina, proof, by J. Collyer, after Sir J. Reynolds (Canning), £1 10s. 

118 Mercury, by J. Dean, after J. Reynolds, mezzotint, fine (Brail), £1 5s. 

119 Duchess of Rutland, as "The Vestal," by P. W. Tomkins, after Reynolds 

(G. H. Brown), 19s. 

120 T. Fuller, Esq., and Charles Greenwood, by C. Turner, .proofs (Paul), 9s. 

121 Landscape, with figures, by John Browne, proof (Patterson), ns. 

122 Landscape, with figures, by F. Bartolozzi, after Gainsborough (Paul), 18s. 

123 The Last Stake, by Cheeseman, after W. Hogarth, fine proof, scarce (Paul), 18s. 

124 Morland, G., African Hospitality, by J. R. Smith, mezzotint (Paul), £1. 

125 Lord Viscount Nelson, by J. Young, after I. Rising, in colours, very scarce 

(Weydelin), £2 2s. 

126 Astarte and Zadig, by J. R. Smith, after R. Home (Paul), 18s. 

129 Fishing Party, after Westall, finely printed in colours (Sotheran), £8. 

130 Baxter, G., New Zealand, Rev. U. Waterhouse (Lee), £1. 

131 Baxter, G., Wreck of the " Reliance," very fine (Paul), £1 7s. 6d. 

132 Brighton beauties, The Beach and The Pavilion, by T. Harper, five, in colours 

(G. H. Brown), £2 10s. 

133 The First Steeplechase on record, by J. Harris, after H. Aiken, set of four in 

colours (Depr e), £2 15s. 

135 Mrs. Hibbert, by J. Ward, after Hoppner, mezzotint, private plate (Davis), 

£14 3s. 6d. 

Framed. 

136 Sir Walter Scott, by W. Walker, after Henry Raebuni, proof (Mozzs), £14 14s. 

139 "Hebe" (Miss Mortimer), by J. R. Smith, after Wm. Peters, mezzotint 

(Titley), £2 12s. 6d. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

140 Maria Siddons, by George Clint, after Sir Thomas Lawrence, engraver's proof, 

mezzotint (Allison), £18 18s. 

141 Miss Nelly O'Brien, by J. Dixon, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, second state, 

mezzotint (Osborne), £21. 

142 Miss Farren, by Bartolozzi, after Sir Thomas Lawrence, second state, in bistre 

(F. Sabin), £52 10s. 



March 17, 191 1. 315 



143 St. Cecilia (Elizabeth Sheridan), by W. Dickinson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 

second state, mezzotint (Osborne), £18 18s. 

144 Miss Memble, in a black dress, by John Jones, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 

second state, mezzotint (W. Sabin), £42. 

145 Mrs. Billington as St. Cecilia, by Jas. Ward, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzo- 

tint (Maggs), £19 19s. 

146 Master Herbert (the second Earl of Carnarvon), by J. R. Smith, after Sir 

Joshua Reynolds, first state, mezzotint (Osborne), £9 9s. 

147 Charles Dibdin, by J. Young, after Thos. Phillips, proof, mezzotint (Osborne), 

£2 15s. 

148 "Thalia" (Mrs. Abington), by F. Bartolozzi, after Richard Cosway, printed 

in brown (Holloway), £2 17s. 6d. 

149 Flora and Pomona, by Bartolozzi, after Kauffman, a pair of ovals, in red 

(Ellis), £9 19s. 6d. 

150 Winter, by Bartolozzi, after Kauffman, oval, in red (Brail), £3 13s. 6d. 

151 Lady Hamilton as "Circe," by H. Scott Bridgwater, after Romney, signed 

artist's proof ( ), £16 16s. 

r52 The Soul's Awakening, by H. Scott Bridgwater, after Sant, signed artist's 
proof (Osborne), £5 15s. 6d. 

153 Visit to the Grandfather, by W. Ward, after J. R. Smith, and A visit to the 

Grandmother, by J. R. Smith, after J. Northcote, mezzotints, a pair (M. R. 
White), £8 10s. 

154 Parade of the Scots Fusilier Guards at Buckingham Palace on the morning 

of their departure for the seat of war, March 2nd, 1854 (Parker), £2. 

155 The Seasons, by Bartolozzi, after Wheatley, a set of four (Parker), £2 10s. 

156 Sir Watkins Williams Wynne, by W. Say, and three others (Lockwood), £1 15s. 

157 China Oranges, afterWheatley, and Rural Repose, after Westall (Titley), £1 15s. 

158 Children bathing, by J. Ward, after Hoppner, mezzotint, poor impression 

(Titley), £2 10s. 

159 Epsom, by C. Hunt, after Pollard, in colours (Grundy), £2 7s. 6d. 

160 Batchelor's Hall, in colours (Lee), £1 6s. 

162 The Royal Hunt, by S. W. Fores, aquatint, in colours (Lee), £1 7s. 6d. 

163 Cupids, by Bartolozzi (4), and one other (Lee), 18s. 

164 Battle of the Nile, and Lord Duncan's Victory over Admiral de Winter, by 

and after Orme (Jacobs), 10s. 

165 The procession of watermen before Queen Victoria, by and after Vincent, 

aquatint in colours (Lee), ns. 

166 After Gustave Dore, signed proofs (Carpenter), £3 10s. 

167 Giorgione, Madonna and child between St. Liberate and St. Francis, and four 

others (Slade), £2 5s. 

168 Playing at Dominoes, by J. R. Reynolds, after G. Morland, mezzotint, in 

colours (G. H. Brown), £5 5s. 

169 Children picking apples, by Meadows, after Morland (Titley), £r. 

170 Views of Dockyards at Deptford and Chatham, by Woollett and Canot (Good- 

stein), £2. 

171 Views of the opening of the Great Exhibition, lithographs (H. E. Jones), 12s. 

172 Landscapes, after Morland, a pair in colours (Lee), 14s. 

173 The Woodman, after Barker — -John Howard visiting the prisoners at Newgate, 

and one other, in colours (Titley), 15s. 

174 Titian's son and nurse, by Murphy, after Titian, and three others (Boyes), 16s. 



316 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

175 The encampment at Blackheath, by E. Days, and one other (Goodstein), ios. 

. 176 Morning and Evening, by D. Orme, after Morland, a pair (Titley), £2 17s. 6d. 

177 Le Concert, after St. Aubin, in colours, a pair (G. Whiffin), £1 15s. 

178 William III, by Smith, after Kneller, mezzotint (Snell), £1 ios. 

179 A set of four horse racing scenes, four in one frame, and his Majesty King George 

IV travelling, by Dubourg, after Pollard, aquatints in colours (Lee), £2 7s. 6d. 

180 Encampment of English Forces, by Basire (Holloway), 9s. 

181 William Perm's Treaty with the Indians, by Hall, after West, and Death of 

Gen. Wolfe, by Woollett, after the same, and one other (Chaundy), £1 16s. 

182 An Italian landscape, by W. R. Smith, after J. M. W. Turner, proof ( ), 

£1 12s. 6d. 

183 The preaching of Martin Luther, by Doo, after Wilkie, proof (Bourton), 8s. 

184 Le Baron de Sperges, president of the Academy at Vienna, by Pichler, after 

Lampe, and one other, mezzotints (Strindbor), £1 5s. 
186 Cries of London, after Wheatley, reprints in colours (G. H. Brown), £1 12s. 6d. 
188 The descent from the Cross, mezzotint, triptych (Titley), 7s. 

. The Property of the late Mr. A. T. Home. 

(By order of the Executor.) 

194 Girl and calves, by W. Ward, and Boy and pigs, by Dawe, after Morland, 

mezzotints (Green), 16s. 

195 The Fleecy Charge, by Shepherd, after Morland, printed in colours (Goodstein), 

£3 ios. 

196 Whistler, J. McN., Billingsgate (Turbille), 12s. 

197 Fox Hunting, by Reeve, after Aiken, a set of four in colours, and two others 

(Lindow), 8s. 
200 Reapers, by R. M. Meadows, after Westall, and one other (G. H. Brown), ns. 
203 Miss Farren, after Lawrence, in colours (Green), £1 2s. 

WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

In Portfolio. 

218 Hardy, T. B., Seascapes, with boats (V. Grose), £1. 

2T9 Hardy, T. B., Dover Castle, and one other (V. Grose), 12s. 

220 Hardy, T. B., French Fishing Boats (Green), £1 14s. 

221 Wyllie, W. L., Seascape, with boats (King), 17s. 

232 River scene with bridge and figures, by J. B. Pyne, and two others, by D. Cox 

(Jacobs), 14s. 
233 Landscape and figures, by De Wint, W. Bennett, and D. Cox (Grose), £1 3s. 

240 Sandby, Paul, Sunninghill, Berks. ; and one by R. Reinagle (Venning), 5s. 

241 Linnell, J., Woodmen; Copley Fielding, Tintern Abbey; and three others 

(Yeulett), £2 2s. 

242 Macaulay, H., Winter scene: and Leitch, Two landscapes (Venning), 16s. 

244 Cox, D., Landscapes (Yeulett), £2 8s. 

245 Cox, D., 1849, Cader Idris, North Wales (Titley), 18s. 

246 Stanfiekl, C, 1846, View of a town ( ), £2, 5s. 

256 Cruikshank, G., Gallery at Drury Lane, and one other (Holloway), 7S. 

258 Wheatley, F., A rest (Foot), £1 7s. 6d. 

265 Stanfiekl, C. Shipping scene ; and C. Fielding, Two Coast scenes (Rotch), £2 2s. 

271 Greenaway, K., five children subjects (Rotch), £1 2s. 



March 17, 191 1. 317 

272 Goodall, F., five landscape and figure subjects (Gunn), 7s. 
272A Goodall, F., five landscape and figure subjects (Gunn), 7s. 

273 Browne, Tom, six figure subjects (Gunn), 9s. 

274 Bonny, J., eight landscape figures, etc. (Lee), gs. 

Framed. 

276 Chapman, Hamilton, Tower Street, Chichester, and Evening on the Thames, 
near Goring (Gunn), 12s. 

278 Norie, O., N.S.W. Lancers, Highlanders, and Dragoons (Venning), 16s. 

279 Zweckee, J. B., Fox and cubs, and companion (Lee), £1 2s. 6d. 

281 Dighton, J., Portraits of jockeys (Grose), £1 10s. 

282 Sidney, T., Venice ; J. M., Littlehampton, Arundel ; and one other (Lee), £1 6s. 

283 Mullen, F. B., Anne Hathaway's cottage and Iffley Mill ; T. Sidney, Rydal 

Water, and on the Dutch coast (Lee), £1 10s. 

284 Sidney, T., Carisbrook, and four others (Gunn), 16s. 

285 Colvin, Gipsy girl, and two others (Lee), £1. 

290 Leech, J., five political sketches, pencil sketches, 1843-47, illustrations published 
in Punch (H. Brown), £10. *-' 

292 Beardsley, A., book illustrations (Rotch), £2 15s. 

293 May, Phil, How to look pretty, and one other (Rotch), 10s. 

294 Cruikshank, G., three military sketches (Humphrey), 8s. 



318 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

March i&, 1911. Christies. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

i Barker (of Bath), River scene, with peasants, donkey and sheep — 14 X 18 
(Leggatt), £2 12s. 6d. 

2 Barret, G., Woody landscape, with peasants, cattle and sheep — 13 X 19 

(Agnew), £29 8s. 

3 Barret, G., Italian landscape, with shepherds and sheep — 16 X 2oJ (Mitchell), 

£14 14s. 

4 Bonington, R. P., Roman buildings on the Riviera — 10 X 7i (Gooden & Fox), 

£10 10s. 

5 Brabazon, H. B., Catania, Sicily — g% X 13I (Jackson), £14 14s. 

6 Callow, W., Gorleston Pier, Norfolk — n J X i7j (Sampson), £6 6s. 

7 Callow, W., 1858, Fishing boats, Scheveningen — 13J X i8| (Sampson), £5 5s. 

8 Cattermole, G., Battle scene — g\ X 13 i (Bowden), £8 8s. 

9 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1839, The watering place — 8 X i2£ (Vicars), £23 2s. 

10 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1892, Three sheep, pencil — 5J X g\ (Evans), £1 ns. 6d. 

n Cotman, J. S., Old hulks on a river — 9J X 15 (Permain), £11 us. 

12 Muller, W., 1843, A camel of Xanthus — 17J X 14 (Permain), £3 3s. 

13 Prout, S., A Norman cathedral — 15J X g\ (Bowden), £16 16s. 

14 Prout, S., A market cross — 17 X 13I (Jackson), £5 5s. 

15 McColl, D., Villa among trees — 8 X 10J (Carfax), £3 13s. 6d. 

16 Morland, G., Cows in a wood, pencil and red chalk — 12 X 15 (Sampson), 

£1 is. 

17 Sandby, P., R.A., Road scene, with mansion, church and figures — nj X 15^ 

(Permain), £1. 

18 Sandby, P., R.A., Strawberry Hill — g£ X 13I (Lawrence), £8 8s. 

19 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Town on a bay — 9 X i4i (Leggatt), £16 16s. 

20 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Landscape, with a cottage and cart — 10J X 15 (Law- 

rence), £14 14s. 

21 Turner, J. M. W., R.A , Nice: — 6 X 10} (Leggatt), £4 4s. 

22 Turner, J. M. W, R.A., Swallow Falls, Bettws-y-Coed— 6f X 11 (Leggatt), 

£5 5S 

23 Walker, J. D., Rievaulx Abbey ; and The Home Pasture, Kilburn, Yorkshire, 

a pair — 15 X 2i£ (Graves), £17 17s. 

24 Wint, P. de, Norwich from the meadows — n£ X 16 (Bowden), £27 6s. 

25 Wint, P. de, Yorkshire river scene, with cattle and bridge — 9J X i7j (Leggatt), 

£16 16s. 

26 Wint, P. de, Bangor, North Wales — i4i X 2i£ (Gooden & Fox), £32 us. 

The Property of the late Joseph Dixon, 1, St. John's 
Gardens, Ladbrooke Grove, W. 

DRAWINGS. 

27 Rossetti, D. G., Lady in blue dress, with scroll and Italian inscription — 19 

X 16 (Brown & Phillips), £96 12s. 

28 Stanhope, R. Spencer, Love in peril — 32 X 2i£ (Lister), £31 10s. 

29 Stanhope, R. Spencer, The vision of Ezekiel — 19J X i3i (Louis), £18 183. 



March iS, 191 1. 319 



PICTURES. 

30 Rooke, T. M., Devonshire orchard, R.A., 1881 — 3o£ X 23^ (Sampson), £34 13s. 

31 Rooke, T. M., 1887, Autumn's pipe, R.A., 1887 — 3o£ X 23J (Sampson), 

£25 4S- 

32 Rooke, T. M., Autumn, R.A., 1883 — 25^ X i8£ (Sampson), £17 17s. 

33 Stanhope, R. Spencer, Love and the casting net, panel — 50 X 40 (Stirling), 

£65 2S. 

34 Stanhope, R. Spencer, Pinewoods of Viareggio, panel — 52 X 40 (Carfax), 

£7i 8s. 

35 Stanhope, R. Spencer, Patience on a monument smiling at grief, panel — 49 

X 43 (Stirling), £110 5s. 

36 Stanhope, R. Spencer, Birth of Venus, panel — 50 X 20J (Thome), £33 12s. 

37 Stanhope, R. Spencer, The mill, panel — 32 X 47^ (Lister), £57 15s. 

38 Stanhope, R. Spencer, Andromeda — 50 X 20 (Thorne), £22 is. 

39 Strudwick, J. M., The gentle music of a bygone day — 31 X 24 (Mitchell), £120. 

40 Strudwick, J. M., A love story — 27J X 21J (Spielman), £168. 

41 Strudwick, J. M., Acrasia — 27 X 22 (Thorne), £189. 

42 Wallis, H., The death of Chatterton, panel — 8 X n J (withdrawn). 

43 Wallis, H., Barnard's Inn, panel — 27£ X 2i£ (Sampson), £17 17s. 

44 Wallis, H., The stonebreaker — 144- X I7£ (withdrawn). 

45 Wylie, C, 1883—58 X 26^ (Thorne), £26 5s. 

" Rich and rare were the gems she wore, 
And a bright gold ring on her wand she bore. 
But oh ! her beauty was far beyond 
Her bright gold ring and glittering wand." 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

46 Holland, J., Interior of Milan Cathedral — 7J X 8£ (King), £21. 

47 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Caerlaverock Castle, Dumfries — 3J X 5f (King), £231. 

48 A waterfall — 14$ X gj (Palser), £2 12s. 6d. 

Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

49 Foster, Birket, River scene, with haymakers in a boat, vignette, unframed 

(Leggatt), £11 os. 6d. 

50 Goodwin, A., 1876, Cairo — 13^ X 19b (Cooing), £25 4s. 

51 Goodwin, 1895 — 13J X 19J (Louis), £15 15s. 

" Here with fantastic garlands came Ophelia." 

52 Leitch, W. L., Cattle watering : Sunset — 8J X i2j (Louis), £7 7s. 

53 Hunt, A. W., On the Greta— 7 X 10 (Gooden & Fox), £1. 

54 Hemy, C. Napier, R.A., 1897, After a gate — 17J X 26£ (Sampson), £39 18s. 

55 Hemy, C. Napier, R.A., 1908, The Watch House, Coverack — i6J X 21J 

(Sampson), £26 5s. 

56 Palmer, H. Sutton, 1878, The windmill— 18 X 24 (Mitchell), £15 4s. 6d. 

57 Foster, Birket, A Surrey cottage — 6| X 8| (Bowden), £52 10s. 

58 Foster, Birket, River scene, with boat : Evening — 5 X 7J (Robson), £11 ns. 

59 Angell, H. Coleman, White roses in a vase — 8f X 7J (Thorne), £7 17s. 6d. 



3 2o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

60 Hunt, W., Grapes and Quinces — 6£ X 10 £ (Bowden), £11 us. 

61 Foster, Birket, On Lake Como — 4 X 5i (Bowden), £37 16s. 

62 Allingham, H., Hook Hill Farm, Freshwater — 15 X 21 (Mitchell), £42. 

64 Knight, J. Buxton, 1876, Twyford Bridge — 12 X igi (Gooden & Fox), £15 15s. 

65 Knight, J. Buxton, The path to the village— 13! X 12 (Bell), £9 9s. 

66 Knight, J. Buxton, View in Oxford— 13 X 8J (Bell), £9 9s. 

67 Haghe, L., 1866, Interior of the Church of St. Gomar, Lierre, Belgium — 

28| X 22j (Pausey & Payne), £32 us. 

68 Williamson, F., 1875, Lee Bay, near Ilfracombe — nj X 18J (Louis), £16 16s. 

69 Hunt, W., Primroses in a basket, and a bird's nest — 13} X 14^ (Louis), £3 12s. 

70 Hunt, W., Grapes, melons, plums, and currants. — 13} X i4i (Permain) 

£19 19s. 

71 Hunt, W., Diffidence, oval — ioj X 8 (Permain), £7 7s. 

72 Cox, D., Moorland scene, with sheep — 19 X 29^ (Brooks), £27 6s. 

73 Lloyd, Tom, 1879, Waiting— 19J X 35^ (Wolff), £19 19s. 

74 MacWhirter, J., R.A., The birch, the rowan, and the pine — 17 X 12 (Robson), 

£33 12s. 

75 Lloyd, Tom, 1898, Yapton, Sussex — 13J X 27! (Gooden & Fox), £21. 

PICTURES. 

76 Cheviot, L., At a country fair — 24 X 29 (Paget), £10 10s. 

77 Sherrin, D., Autumn's golden days — 49J X 40 (Beavis), £14 14s. 

78 Vernon, A. L., 1874, In chancery — 29J X 49£ (Wagner), £4 14s. 6d. 

79 Niemann, E. J., 1862, View at Linton, Devon — 24^ X 44I (Huggins), £20 9s. 

80 Springer, C, i860, Market-place, and Town Hall of Culemborgh, panel — 

24 X 20 (Permain), £18 18s. 

81 Knight, J. Buxton, Late evening light— 13^ X 20I (Bell), £31 10s. 

82 Knight, J. Buxton, In the woods, Chorley Wood — n£ X 9£ (Jackson), £24 3s. 

83 Holland, J., May Day at Hampton Court — 23! X 19J (Holmes), £24 3s. 

84 Charles, J., Pulling mangolds: Bosham, panel — 8 X 15J (Wharton), £19 8s. 6d. 

85 Holl, F., R.A., 1879, Absconded — 29 X 42& (Lever), £63. 

86 Hicks, G. E., 1877, Zyilla— 16£ X 13J (Gooden & Fox), £47 5S. 

87 Hicks, G. E., 1895, Head of an Italian gentleman — 18 X 15 (Louis), £5 5s. 

88 Hicks, G. E., 1890, Cloud with a Silver lining — 50 X 40 (Lister), £5 15s. 6d. 

89 Carter, R. H., Autumn evening, St. Magnus Bay : The Drongs — 20J X 37, 

(Howard), £14 14s. 

90 Moore, H., R.A., 1873-4, Crossing the Bar, mouth of the Glaslyn, North Wales, 

R.A., 1873 — 34 X 63^ (Spielman), £105. 

91 Constable, J., R.A., A beach scene, with stranded boats, panel — 7 X 10 (Leg- 

gatt), £28 7s. 

92 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Sea piece, with men-of-war and shipping in a breeze — 

20 J X 28 J (Gooden & Fox), £44 2s. 

93 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., The limekiln, panel — io| X I5i (Agnew), £36 15s. 

94 Sant, J., R.A., and G. Sant, At the spring — 71 X 47i (Pawsey & Payne), £2. 

95 Rondel, H., The model — 25 X 21 (Logan), £42. 

96 Henner, H., Nymph, on the bank of a river — 23 X 28J (Wagner), £120 15s. 

97 Henner, H., Girl reading a letter — 25 X i7i (Wagner), £94 10s. 

98 Henner, H., Head of a girl, with red dress — 12£ X 8J (Wagner), £75 12s. 

99 Pickering, J. L., 1885, For the London market ; and Poaching, R.A., 1885 — 

1 if X 8J (Huggins) £22 is. 



March 18, 191 1. 321 

100 Israels, J., Old lady, in black dress and white cap — 27} X 22 (White), £110 5s. 

101 Shayer, W., Sen., Boy with donkey and dog, panel — 13J X nj (Huggins), 

£15 15s. 

102 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1902, On the South Coast — 5 X 13J (Louis), £13 13s. 

103 Clausen, G., R.A., Bowl of roses — 9J X 12J (Louis), £13 13s. 

104 Sant, J., R.A., Island off the coast — n| X Vj\ (Jackson), £2 12s. 6d. 

105 Knight, J. Buxton, Gor:e and heather — 13J X 16J (Sampson), £8 18s. 6d. 

106 Knight, J. Buxton, Sunset on Chorley Wood Common — 9J X 13! (Gooden 

and Fox), £13 13s. 

107 Blinks, T., 1882, The loll— 32 X 24$ (Louis), £17 17s. 

108 Blinks, T., Four collies — 15I X 23J (Howard), £21. 

109 Morgan, Fred, 1885, Ring-a-ring of roses, R.A., 1885 — 38J X 51 (Evans), £84. 
no Perugini, C. E., Corona — 24^ X 17 (Spiemann), £54 12s. 

in Goodall, F., R.A., 1885, Egyptian water-carrier, panel — 35 X 23^ (Evans), 
£35 14s. 

112 Adams, J. Clayton, Evening sunshine, R.A., 1907 — 36J X 60 (Coke), £21. 

113 Millar, J. H. C, Cuchullin Hills, Isle of Skye— 31 J X 47 (Wagner), £9 19s. 6d. 

The Property of the late Daniel Meinertzhagen, Esq., 
Brockwood Park, and 26, Rutland Gate, S.W. 

DRAWINGS. 

114 Aumonier, J., Rustic bridge : Evening — 5 X n (Cooling), £7 7s. 

115 Barret, G., 1830, Sunset : a river scene — 7\ X ioj (Agnew), £46 4s. 

116 Barret, G., River scene, with aqueduct — 7 X 10 (Bowden), £5 15s. 6d. 

117 Cook, E. Wake, 1889, Lake of Orta, from the Sacro Monte : Evening — 15^ 

X 22$ (Agnew), £24 3s. 

118 Cook, E. Wade, 1889, Tor de Schiavi, Campagna of Rome : Evening — 12} 

X 36 (Ellis), £19 19s. 

119 Cook, E. Wake, 1889, On the Grand Canal, Venice — 9$ X 13! (Gooden & Fox), 

£23 2s. 

120 Cook, E. Wake, 1889, Ponte Vecchio, Florence — 9} X 13! (Ellis), £10 10s. 

121 Cook, E. W., R.A., 1842, Dutch river scene, with hay barges — %\ X 12 (Thorne), 

£i7 17s. 

122 Cox, D., Fisherfolk on the sands — 13I X 20J (Agnew), £231. 

123 Cox, D., Windsor Castle from the river — 6J X 9£ (Leggatt), £65 2s. 

124 Cox, D., Greenwich Hospital, with figures — 10 X 7 (Louis), £30 9s. 

125 Cox, D., A Welsh lane, with sheep— 7| X 6 (Palser), £21. 

126 Cox, D., 1846, A Welsh farm — 8J X nj (Agnew), £14 14s. 

127 Cox, D., 1845, Welsh river scene, with church wall — 8 X n (Agnew), £14 14s. 

128 Fielding, C, 1839, Coast scene, with town in the distance — 16 X 22J (Agnew), 

£3i5- 

129 Richardson, T. M., Rocky landscape, with sheep — 5J X 9 (Sampson), £3 3s. 

130 Richardson, T. M., Near Dalmally — 5J X 8| (Leggatt), £5 5s. 

131 Sala, E., A pinch of snuff — 14 X 9 (Huggins), £13 13s. • 

132 Thorburn, A., 1894, An eagle — 18J X 27J (Abraham), £21. 

133 Thorne-Waite, R., 1888, Shoreham, Kingsdown and Brighton — 12I X 36 

(Corry), £36 15s. 

134 Thorne-Waite, R., Beverley Minster and St. Mary's Church, from the mill — 

13 X 37 (Vicars), £47 5s. 



322 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

135 Wint, P. de, Magdalen College, Oxford, from the river — 12 X i8£ (Agnew), 

136 Wint, P. de, Landscape, with woman on a terrace — -6f X 10J (Bowden), 

£7 7S. 

137 Wint, P. de, River scene, with windmill, boat and figures — 5J X 10 (Vicars), 

£8 18s. 6d. 

138 Wint, P. de, Landscape, with church tower — 5 J X 7\ (Pawsey & Payne), 

£10 10s. 

139 Wint, P. de, River scene, with church and sailing-boat — 6 J X 9 J (Brown and 

Phillips), £10 10s. 

140 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., Der Leek— 4^ X 18 (Cooling), £6 6s. 

PICTURES. 

141 Couldery, H. H., Teaching her kitten — 6 x n£ (Leggatt), £7 17s. 6d. 

142 Wolf, J., 1875, An eagle — 35^ X 27J (Amor), £52 10s. 

Remaining Works of the late Eyre Crowe, A.R.A. 

PICTURES. 

143 James II at La Hogue, May, 1692, R.A., 1898—39 X $H (Cross & Phillips), 

£8 8s. 

144 Oliver Goldsmitu at ,ssoy, R.A., 1906 — 40 X 65 (Wood), £5 15s. 6d. 

145 The Doles of Montreiul, R.A., 1901 — 39 X 59 (Pawsey & Payne), £7 7s. 

146 The windmill of Crecy, R.A., 1903 — 39 X 59 (Henry), £5 15s. 6d. 

147 Napoleon's abdication, April 5th, 1814, R.A., 1902 — 39 X 59 (Corry), £14 14s. 

148 Shelley at Marlow, writing the dedication of " The Revolt of Islam " to 

his wife on its completion in i8r7, R.A., 1904 — 39 X 59 (Huggins), 
£5 15s. 6d. 

149 The Seven Sisters, Vale of Elwy, North Wales, R.A., 1905—40 X 65 (Pawsey 

and Payne), £12 12s. 

150 Brick Court, Middle Temple, April, 1774, R.A., 1863, panel — 27I X 35$ 

(Furber), £47 5s. 

151 Country lane — 27J X 4ii (Henry), £5 15s. 6d. 

152 School at the Aitre, St. Maclou, Rouen, R.A., 1884 — 23 X 42 (Henry), £16 16s. 

153 Etaples — 27i X 35 (Pawsey & Payne), £5 5s. 

154 The veteran's pipe, R.A., 1907 — 25 X 15! (Furber), £4 4s. 

155 On the Boulogne ramparts, R.A., 1899 — 27J X 35 (Henry), £r ns. 6d. 

156 Writing a message to St. Helena, R.A., 1891 — 23^ X 18 (Leggatt), £15 15s. 

157 The Rt. Hon. John Bright, M.P., at the Reform Club, 1883, panel, R.A., 1904 

— 8| X n| (Quinto), £8 18s. 6d. 

158 Foxhounds in kennel — i5i X 2g£ ( — ), £4 14s. 6d. 

159 Gipsy encampment — 10J X i7£ (Louis), £2 12s. 6d. 



March 20, ign. 323 



March 20, 191 1. Christies. 

The Property of the late Charles T. Jacoby, Esq. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 The Thames, from Adelphi Terrace ; and A Cathedral : Mooarise (Leggatt), £1. 

2 Charles I and his Court ; River scene, with shipping, sepia ; and Houses of 

Parliament, a lithograph (Misell, jun.), 10s. 6d. 

3 Barret, G., Classical river scene — 27f X 44 (Block), £241 10s. 

4 Barret, G., 1836, Going to market — y$ x 10J (Leggatt), £7 ys. 

5 Bentley, C, Portsmouth, from Spithead ; and Off Yarmouth, a pair — 8| x 12 

(MitcheU), £11 os. 6d. 

6 Cattermole, G., The Royalist's wife — 5| X i6| (Paterson), £4 4s. 

7 Cattermole, G., The Monastery door — n J x i6| (Sampson), £4 4s. 

8 Cattermole, G., An Ecclesiastical Council — 5J x 17J (Wagner), £3 13s. 6d. 

9 Collier, T., 1879, The Road across the common — 12J X 20 (Leggatt), £71 8s. 
10 Collier, T., Landscape, with waggon — 9J x 13J (Leggatt), £33 r2s. 

n Collier, T., 1879, A Gravel-pit— 6£ X 9 \ (Walker), £37 16s. 

12 Cox, D., The steps at Haddon Hall — 14 X 10 (Leggatt), £7 17s. 6d. 

13 Cox, D., 1858, Figures crossing the moor — 7 x 9} (Sampson), £17 17s. 

14 Cox, D., Ruined castle and hayfield — y\ x 12 (Sampson), £10 10s. 

15 Cox, D., Crossing the ford — 10 X 14 (Sampson), £42. 

16 Cranach, L. (After), Martin Luther, and Melancthon, a pair ; and A French 

Prince (Wagner), 15s. 

17 Dutch School. Landscapes and river scenes, a set of four — 11J x iyl (Leg- 

gatt), £11 us. 

18 Ellis, Edwin, 1874, A rough sea — 18 X 27 (Sampson), £4 4s. 

19 Fulleylove, J., 1880, Hampton Court Palace — 16 X 30 (Amor), £9 9s. 

20 Fulleylove, J., 1880, A lovers' quarrel — 18J X i3i (Louis), £4 14s. 6d. 

21 Fulleylove, J., 1876, The farmstead — 11J X 19J (Vicars), £6 6s. 

22 Gilbert, J., Child, with a basket, oval ; and Carnations, by Alice James, 1884. 

(Louis), 15s. 

23 Goodall, F., R.A., 1874, The camp in the desert — 7 x 21} (Sampson), £6 6s. 

24 Hunt, W., Plums, Apricot, and Greengage, circular — 12} ins. diam. (Sage), 

£44 2s. 

25 Hunt, W., Primroses and bird's nest, circular — nj ins. diam. (Sage), £52 10s. 

26 Jobbins, W. H., 1883, Venice — 13 X 25J (Sampson), £3 3s. 

27 Jobbins, W. H., 1883, An archway in Venice — 24$ X I2j (Hood), £1 us. 6d. 

28 Jobbins, W. H, At Dale, Sondfyord, Norway ; and Mountain road, with 

cattle, a pair — 17 i-C 26 J (Hood), £5 5s. 

29 Lewis, J. F., R.A., 1828, Landscape, with sportsmen and deer — y\ x ioj 

(Sampson), £9 9s. 

30 Linton, Sir J. D., 1876, The heretic — 26} X 40 (Sampson), £16 16s. 

31 Linton, Sir J. D., 1877, Refreshment — 2i£ X 15J (Louis), £11 us. 

32 Linton, Sir J. D., Beatrice — 9 J X 6 J (Vicars), £4 4s. 

33 Mann, J. H. S., Protection from the storm, oval — 9$ X 8} (Wagner), £8 8s. 

34 Muller, W., 1840, Welsh stream, with cottages — 12J X 19} (Gooden & Fox), 

£14 14s. 



324 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

35 Muller, W., 1847, Tyn-y-Groys — 12} X 21 (Louis), £8 8s. 

36 Niemann, E. J., Near Barmouth, North Wales — 16£ X 26| (Shepherd), 

£8 18s. 6d. 

37 Niemann, E. J., Ruined castle — 21 X 13J (Shepherd), £4 14s. 6d. 

38 Orrock, J., 1879, Carting seaweed — 29J X 47J (Sampson), £22 is. 

39 Orrock, J., Harvest field, with castle on a hill — 27 X 40 (Vicars), £24 3s. 

40 Orrock, J., 1879, Criccieth castle — 26^ x 40 (Vicars), £21. 

41 Orrock, J., 1887, Breakers — 19 X 2g£ (Vicars), £13 13s. 

42 Orrock, T., Edge of the common ; and Glebe pasture, a pair — i2f X 19} 

(Vicars), £8 18s. 6d. 

43 Playfair, J. C, 1873, The Love-letter — i2j X 8J (Louis), £2 2s. 

44 Prout, S., Palace on a river, with barge — 12 X 8J (Leggatt), £6 16s. 6d. 

45 Prout, Skinner, Street in a Norman town — 13J x gl (Sampson), £2 2s. 

46 Rowlandson, T., 1806, Ejected from the club ; and Doctors Quarrelling, a 

pair — 5J X 8 (Harland), £10 10s. 

47 Stothard, T., R.A., The picnic— i2j X 16 (Huggins), £3 3s. 

48 Tayler, F., The riding lesson— 7 X 11 (Louis), £5 5s. 

49" Varley, J., 1833, River scene, with castle — 14 X 18 (Agnew), £13 13s. 

50 "" Woodville, R. Caton, 1896, A Dervish Chief ; and An Egyptian Cavallerie, a 

pair, black and white— 13$ X 9! (Walker), £1 5s. 
PICTURES. 

51 Garret, G, River scene, on panel ; Cattle in a stream ; and River scene, on 

panel (Wagner), £3 13s. 6d. 

52 Bates, David, From the shadow of Moel Siabod ; and Welsh river scene, 

by S. R. Percy, 1871 (Kilby), £1 5s. 

53 Bellini, Giovanni (After), Madonna and Child, with Saint John and Saint 

Peter, panel — 26 X 41 (Lambourne), £1 5s. 

54 Bonington, Street in Cairo ; and The tired huntsman (Lister), £3 15s. 

55 Bout and Boudewyns, River scene, with boats and figures, panel — 8£ X io£ 

(Howard), £4 14s. 6d. 

56 De Breanski, A., On the Thames— 8£ x 13^ (Huggins), £2 5s. 

57 Burgess, J. B., R.A., An Eastern beauty, panel — 9* X 7i (Hawes), £9 9s. 

58 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1855, Cow and Sheep on a Hill-side, panel — 6$ X nj 

(Dobson), £36 15s. 

59 Cormon, F., The Harem— 37 X 47 (Bemheim), £7 7s. 

60 Davis, H. W. B., R.A., 1876, Spring morning, R.A., 1876 — 30 X 60 (Leggatt), 

£63- 

61 Gill, E., 1871, Waterfall in the Highlands of Scotland — 17J X 23! (Cox), 

£15 ids- 

62 Guardi School. San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice — 18 X 24^ (Wagner), £3 3s. 

63 Harris, G. W., 1885, Fruit, n£ X i5i (Mitchell), £1 10s. 

64 Hayes, E., R.H.A., 1875, Dutch schooner leaving Falmouth Harbour — 

20 X 32 (Sampson), £12 is. 6d. 

65 HilHngford, R., A hard reader— 9 \ X 7i (Harland), £7 17s. 6d. 

66 Hillingford, R., Kettle-Drums ; Head of a Lady ; and Head of a girl, by H. le 

Jeune, A.R.A., panel (Walker), £9 19s. 6d. 

67 Hines, Fred, 1879, White Ladies— 27i X 19 J (Louis), £1 ns. 6d. 

68 Holder, E. H, 1875, After the storm ; and Newcastle Emlyn, by T. Danby 

(Sampson), £2 2S. 
.69 Italian School. A Cardinal, holding a book — 34 X 27 (Grose), £2 12s. 6d. 



March 20, 191 1. 325 

70 Jeune, H. Le, A.R.A., Head of a young girl, panel circular — 7 ins. diam. 

(Harland), £6 16s. 6d. 

71 Jill (Rome), The ferry— 38 X 68£ (Mitchell), £31 ios. 

72 Jobbins, W. H., 1885, Street in Venice, with water carrier — 23$ X 12 (Shep- 

herd), £3 3s. 

73 Kauffman, Hugo, 1870, A 'Pifferari Boy — 12J X 8} (Sampson), £15 15s. 

74 Landseer, " Smock " ; and A pigeon (Leggatt), £29 8s. 

75 Linton, Sir J. D., 1880, Victorious — 49^ x 98 (Sampson), £110 5s. 

76 Linton, Sir J. D., 1881, The Benediction, R.A., 1881 — 49 X 97J (Sampson), 

£110 5S- 

77 Linton, Sir J. D., 1882, The banquet, R.A., 1882 — 49 X 98 (Shepherd), £115 10s 

78 Linton, Sir J. D., 1883, The surrender, R.A., 1883, — 49J X 98 (Sampson), 

£i57 ios. 

79 Linton, Sir J. D., 1884, The declaration of war, R.A., 1884 — 49^ X 98 (Barratt), 

£220 ios. 

So Linton, Sir J. D., Les Emigres — 32 X 47 (Louis), £22 is. 

81 Linton, Sir J. D., 1880, Marguerite — 23 X 14 (Sampson), £13 13s. 

82 Linton, Sir J. D., Biron — 23 X 14 (Harbutt), £11 us. 

83 Linton, Sir J. D., 1878, Early scene in Gil Bias — 13 X 2r (Harland), £22 is. 

84 Mann, J. H. S., Head of a girl, oval — 10J X 9 (Louis), £1 ios. 

85 Menzler, W., 1878, Lady of the fifteenth century — 40 X 25 (White), £21. 

86 Muller, C. L., Eastern girl serving coffee — 47 X 34 (White), £29 8s. 

87 Muller, W., River scene, with watennill and rustic bridge — 32 X 51 (Lister), 

£27 6s. 

88 Muller, W., Eastern scene, with Arabs by an archway ; and an Eastern cave, 

panel (Sampson), £10 ios. 

89 Niemann, E. J., Old cottages — 13 J X 17J (Louis), £7 7s. 

90 Niemann, E. J., 1856, Richmond, Yorkshire, circular — 16 ins. diam. (Shepherd), 

£13 13s. 

91 Niemann, E. J., Mill at Frongoch, Dolgelly ; and On the Rooder, Chester, a 

pair — 6J X 14^ (Sampson), £22 is. 

92 Niemann, E. J., View near the coast, with peasant woman ; and River scene, 

with boats (Wagner), £12 12s. 

93 Norwich School. Edge of a wood, ,vith peasant driving cattle — 35 X 27f 

(Leggatt), £3 13s. 6d. 

94 Norwich School. Landscape, with peasant and dog, panel — 16 X 23J 

(Howard), £2 12s. 6d. 

95 Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., 1877, Old Martello Tower, near Eastbourne — 2iJ X 35£ 

(Sampson), £11 us. 

96 O'Neill, G. B., The obstinate juror, panel : Wine and Glory, by T. C. Bale ; 

A Churchyard, by L. J. Pott ; and one other (Horland), £4 4s. 

97 Orrock, ]., 1879, Shrimpers, on the Lincolnshire coast — 23I X 37J (Vicars), 

£11 us. 

98 Orrock, J., 1879, I n Charnwood Forest — 23J X 35i (Viccars), £7 7s. 

99 Pannini, Roman ruins, with figures — 24^ X 2g£ (Collings), £4 14s. 6d. 

100 Perugini, C. E., The milkmaid — 29 X igi (Louis), £7 7s. 

101 Phillip, J., R.A., The Spanish guitar — i6i X 13^ (Sampson), £15 15s. 

102 Pott, L. J., At the stile — 15^ X 11 (Mitchell), £2 2s. 

103 Poyuter, Sir E. J., P.R.A., 1873, Greek girls playing at ball — 9} x 30 

(Mitchell), £68 5s. 



326 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

104 Rubens School. Two Angels — 14 X 17 (Harland), £8 8s. 

105 Shayer, W., Sen., Milking time — 23 X 19 (Sampson), £34 13s. 

106 Stanfield, C, R.A., 1827, Windmill, on the banks of a river, panel — 8 X ioi 

(Leggatt), £37 16s. 

107 Stark, J., Woody road scene, with a peasant, panel — g£ X 8 (Vicars), £17 17s. 

108 Syer, I., 1856, Mountain stream — 13J X nj (Shepherd), £9 9s. 

109 Webb, J., " Ischia," panel — 8£ X 13^ (Allen), £12 12s. 

no Wilkie, Sir D., Head of a man ; and Figures in a kitchen, on copper (Harland), 

£4 14s. 6d. 
in Williams, Woody landscape, with cottage and cart — 36 X 45£ (Leggatt), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

112 Wilson, R., R.A., River scene, with bridge, castle, and figures — 27J X 35i 

(Permain), £3 3s. 

113 Wilson, R., R.A., River scene, with classical buildings and figures — 35 X 42 

(Permain), £2 2s. 

114 Wilson, R., R.A., Tivoli — 34 X 52 (Permain), £4. 4s. 

115 Wilson, R., R.A., River scene, with ruined bridge and anglers — 37 X 48 

(Roe), £1 ns. 6d. 

116 Wilson, R., R.A., Tivoli, with Rome in the distance — 19 X 28 (Leggatt), 

£19 19s. 

117 Wilson, R., R.A., Hadrian's villa ; and Ruined arch, a pair — 14A X 12 (Lucas), 

£5 5S- 

118 Wilson, R., R.A., Classical lake scene, with two figures — 12 X i8£ (Nash), 

£1 ns. 6d. 

119 Wilson, R., R.A., Hurst castle ; and Carnarvon castle, a pair ; and two Land- 

scapes, on copper (Louis), £3 3s. 

120 Wilson, R., R.A., River scene, with two figures ; and Classical landscape 

(Kilby), £3 13s. 6d. 

121 Wood, L. J., 1863, St. Wufran, Abbeville — 23^ X i7i (Louis), £9 9s. 

122 Zimmermans, Sunset ; and Moonrise, a pair — 12I X 26| (Wagner), £1 ns. 6d. 

123 Zuccarelli School. Rocky Stream, with figures— 27 X 35i (Misell, Jun.), £1 16s. 



March 21, 191 1. 327 



March 21, 191 1. Christies. 

ENGRAVINGS. 
Unframcd. 

1 The windmill, by D. Y. Cameron, early impression (Connell), £23 2s. 

2 San Giorgio Maggiore, by the same (Maggs), £26 5s. 

3 Horsley's cottages ; and Evening, by Sir F. Seymour Haden (Parsons), £5 5s. 

4 Kidwilly Town, by the same (Parsons), £1 is. 

5 Thomas Haden of Derby ; and Kilgarran Castle, by the same (Parsons), £1 is. 

6 & 7 Hannibal ; and L'homme a l'Epee, by E. Meissonier. — Les Becheurs ; and 

La Fileuse, by J. F. Millet (Gutekunst), £4 4s. 

8 Le depart pour le Travail, third state (Gutekunst), £5 5s. 

9 Shere mill pond, etching by Sir F. Seymour Haden, framed (Parsons), £43 is. 

10 Turner's Liber Studiorum : Peat bog, Scotland (R. 45), engraver's proof 

(Ward), £52 10s. 

11 Ditto : Hind Head Hill (R. 25), engraver's proof, before any letters (Ward), 

£23 2S. 

12 Ditto : Glaucus and Scylla (R. 73), touched engraver's proof, from W. Say's 

collection (Ward), £10 10s. 

13 Ditto : Apuleia in search of Apuleius (R. 72), touched engraver's proof, from 

W. Say's collection (Ward), £21. 
i% & 15. Ditto : The Mildmay sea-piece (R. 40), second state ; and Lauffenbourgh 
on the Rhine (R. 31). — Ditto : Blair Athol, Scotland (R. 30), second state 
(Maggs), £2 2S. 

16 Ditto : Bonneville, Savoy (R. 64) ; and The interior of a church (R. 70) (Maggs), 

10s. 6d. 

17 Children blowing soap bubbles, after Hamilton, by Bartolozzi, etching (Wood), 

£1 us. 6d. 

18 Lais, after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, in colours (Agnew), £11 us. 

19 Cries of London, after Wheatley ; " Primroses," by Schiavonetti, in colours 

(Young), £6 6s. 

20 Ditto : " New love song " ; and " Scarlet strawberries," by Vendramini and 

Cardon, in colours (Parsons), £9 9s. 

21 Ditto : " Sweet China oranges " ; and " Knives, scissors to grind," by Schia- 

vonetti and Vendramini, in colours (Pollard), £47 5s. 

22 Ditto : " New love song " ; and " Sweet China oranges," by Schiavonetti and 

Cardon, in colours (Field), £22 is. 

23 Bishop Bossuet ; and Guillaume Thomas Raynal, by P. M. Alix, in colour 

(Dunthorne), £4. 

24 Hebe, after Huet Villiers, by Cardon ; and Leda and the Swan, after Chasselat, 

in colours (Brail), £3 13s. 6d. 

25 The thresher ; and The sower, after Westall, by S. W. Reynolds, a pair, in 

colours (Maggs), £9 9s. 

26 The rapacious steward ; and The benevolent heir, after Bigg, by H. Gillbank, 

a pair, in colours (Pollard), £39 18s. 

27 The peasant's repast ; and The labourer's luncheon, after Morland, by Josi, 

a pair, in colours (Harland), £3 5s. 



328 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

28 August ; and November, after Hamilton, by Bartolozzi and Gardiner, in 

colours (Weil), £7 17s. 6d. 

29 Prince Leopold ; and Princess Charlotte, after G. Dawe, by H. Dawe, in colours ; 

and another (Barnard), £3 13s. 6d. 

30 Miss Duncan ; Miss Stephens ; and Mrs. Litchfield, after Harlow ; and 

another (Barnard), £1 7s. 

31 Woman plucking a fowl, after Rembrandt, proof before any letters ; and 

Portrait of a lady, after Titian (Colnaghi), £33 12s. 

32 The Duchess of Hamilton, by R. Houston ; and two others (Pollard), £4 4s. 

33 La Comparaison, after Lavreince, by Janinet, in colours (Blythe), £6 6s. 

34 Boy discovering the golden eggs ; and the companion, after Paye, by J. Young, 

in colours (Crossley), £10 10s. 

35 Cupid binding Aglaia, after A. Kauffman, by T. Burke, in colours (Sabin), 

£22 is. 

36 Summer, after Wheatley, by Bartolozzi ; and Callirhoe, by the same (Leggatt), 

£2 2S. 

37 Lady Beauchamp, after Reynolds, by W. Nutter, in colours (Weil), £42. 

38 Hon. Richard Edgecumbe, after Reynolds, by W. Dickinson (Jacobsen), 

£3 3S. 

39 Mrs. Sheridan, after Hoppner, by T. Nugent, proof before any letters (Pollard), 

£21. 

40 The Duchess of Manchester and son, as " Diana and Cupid," after Sir J. 

Reynolds, by J. Watson, first state (Maggs), £8 18s. 6d. 

41 The Misses Crewe, after the same, by J. Dixon (Parsons), £6 6s. 

42 Lavinia Countess Spencer, after the same, by Cousins, engraver's proof (Pol- 

lard), £1 is. 

43 Engravings from the works of Sir J. Reynolds ; small plates by S. W. Rey- 

nolds, open letter proofs, in three volumes (Brown), £24 3s. 
Framed. 

44 Old Sarum ; Helmingham Park ; and three others, from Constable's English 

landscape, engraved by D. Lucas (Wood), £3 13s. 6d. 

45 The lock ; and The cornfield, after Constable, by D. Lucas, first published 

states (Agnew), £204 15s. 

46 Mrs. Siddons, as " Zara," after Sir T. Lawrence, by J. R. Smith; and Mr. 

Kemble, in " Count Narbonne," by W. Sadler (Home), £2 2s. 

47 Mrs. Abington, after Sir J. Reynolds, by E. Judkins (Parsons), £3 13s. 6d. 

48 Mrs. Hartley, after J. Nixon, by Dickinson ; and Mrs. Duncan, by Freschil 

in colours (Amor), £5 15s. 6d. 

49 Rt. Hon. William Pitt, after Gainsborough, by T. Gaugain, open letter proof, 

in colours (Pollard), £32 us. 

50 Lord Nelson, after Beechey, by Earlom, in colours (W. Sabin), £8 18s. 6d. 

51 The promenade at Carlisle House, by J. R. Smith (Davis), £126. 

52 Children gathering blackberries, after Morland, by P. Dawe (Sabin), £8 8s. 

53 Jane, Duchess of Gordon, after Reynolds, by W. Dickinson (Maggs), £14 14s. 

54 Ralph Clayton, after Abbott, by H. Meyer, proof before any letters ( — ), 

£6 1 6s. 6d. 

55 Miss Harriet Powell, after Sir J. Reynolds, by R. Houston, first state ( — ), 

£4 4S. 

56 Georgiana Viscountess Spencer, after the same, by T. Watson ; and Lady 

with a watch, proof before letters (Benn), £4 14s. 6d. 



March 21, igu. 329 

57 Lady Camden, after Sir J. Reynolds, by Schiavonetti, stipple, in colours 

(W. Sabin), £25 4s. 

58 The Pri-icess Royal ; and The Princess Amelia, after Ramberg, by W. Ward 

in colours (Zurn), £60 18s. 

59 Lady Beauchamp, after Sir J. Reynolds, by W. Nutter, slightly tinted (Bell), 

£1 ns. 6d. 

60 Lord Nelson, after Hoppner, by C. Turner, proof before any letters (Bonar), 

£13 13s. 

61 The fortune teller, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. K. Sherwin, proof before any 

letters (Bonar), £6 6s. 

62 Sir Jeffrey Amherst, after Reynolds, by J. Watson (Parkin), £4 4s. 

63 Miss Nelly O'Brien, after Reynolds, by J. Wilson (Barnard), £6 6s. 

64 Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. R. Smith ; and one 

other (Parsons), 10s. 6d. 

65 Mrs. Siddons, as the " Tragic Muse," after the same, by F. Haward, first pub- 

lished state (Pollard), £31 10s. 

66 The Hon. Mrs. Tollemache, as " Miranda," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Jones, 

second state (Ellis & Smith), £24 3s. 

67 The Duchess of Rutland ; and Duchess of Devonshire, after Reynolds, by V. 

Green, first state (Sabin), £35 14s. 

68 The Duchess of Bedford, after Hoppner, by S. W. Reynolds (Taylor), £7 7s. 

69 Countess Cholmondeley and son, after Hoppner, by C. Turner (Taylor), 

£39 18s. 

70 Antoine Coypel, by Massard ; and Guillaume Couston, by N. de l'Armassin 

(White), 10s. 6d. 

71 Henry, Comte de Nassau ; and Lord Torrington, after Kneller, by J. Smith 

(Parsons), £1 is. 

72 Lord Churchill's two daughters, after and by the same ; and William, Duke 

of Gloucester, after Murrey, by J. Smith (Breun), £3 13s. 6d. 

73 Mrs. Anne Warner, after Largilliere, by J. Smith (Breun), £3 3s. 

74 Lord George Germaine, after Romney, by J. Jacobe (Harvey), £8 8s. 

75 The Earl of Chatham, after Hoppner, by C. Turner, first published state 

(Breun), £3 3s. 

76 Captain d'Esterre Darby, after Beechey, by R. Earlom (Davis), £2 2s. 

77 Miss Benedetta Ramus, after Romney, by W. Dickinson (Leggatt), £39 18s. 

78 The Hon. Mrs. Beresford, after the same, by J. Jones (Behr), £21. 

79 " Countess Grey and children, after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A. (Bush), 

£i5 15s. 

80 Lady Taylor, after Sir J. Reynolds, by W. Dickinson, fine impression of the 

only state (Ellis &. Smith), £131 5s. 

The Property of Mrs. Murray Guthrie. Duart Castle, Isle 
of Mull, N.B. ' 

81 Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Dean (Agnew), £5 5s. 

82 Miss Cholmondeley, after the same, by J. Marchi, second state (Agnew), 

£10 10s. 

83 Master Crewe, as " Henry VIII," after the same, by J. R. Smith, second state 

(Agnew), £21. 

84 Leda, after Pellegrini, stipple, by Bartolozzi, proof before letters (Agnew), 

£14 14s- 



33o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

85 La Rencontre dangereuse, after Baudouin (Agnew), £10 ios. 

86 Les Sabots, after Lavreince, by J. Couche ; and La Coquette Fixee, after 

Fragonard, by the same, a pair (Agnew), £26 5s. 

87 L'Indiscret, after Borel, by Dequevauviller ; and Les Offres Seduisantes 

after Lavreince, by Delignon (Agnew), £18 iSs. 

88 L'Epouse Indiscrete, after Baudouin, by N. de Launay (de Lauger), £14 r4s. 

89 Le Jardinier Galant, after Baudouin, by Helman (De Lauger), £18 18s. • 

90 Le Pot au Lait, after Fragonard, by N. Ponce, proof with A. P. D. R. (Agnew), 

£12 12s. 

91 Nouvelle du bieu aime, by and after Queverdo ; and L'Abus de la Credulite, 

after Aubry, by De Launay (Agnew), £12 12s. 

92 Le Refractaire amoureux, after Saint-Aubin, first state ; and L'Esclave 

heureux, after Hilair, by Mathieu (De Lauger), £17 17s. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

93 Louisa, by and after W. Ward, printed in colours (Bush), £194 5s. 

94 Thoughts on Matrimony, after J. R. Smith, by W. Ward, in colours (Agnew), 

£183 15s. 

95 Countess Spencer, after Sir J. Reynolds, by Bartolozzi, in colours (Agnew), 

£157 ios. 

96 Master Leicester Stanhope, by and after the same, in colours (Agnew), £73 ios. 

97 The Duchess of Richmond, after Downman, by T. Burke, in colours (Agnew), 

£84. 

98 Miss Farren, after the same, by Bartolozzi, in colours (Agnew), £147. 

99 The Duchess of Devonshire, after and by the same, in colours (Agnew), £84. 

100 Mrs. Q., after Huet Villiers, by W. Blake, in colours (Agnew), £39 18s. 

101 Mr. Benjamin Thompson, by and after J. R. Smith, in colours (Agnew), £42. 

102 " He sleeps," by and after P. W. Tomkins, in colours (Colnaghi), £141 15s. 

103 A lecture on gadding, after J. R. Smith, by Bartolozzi, in colours (Agnew), 

£94 ios. 

104 The moralist, after J. R. Smith, by W. Nutter, in colours (Agnew), £63. 

Other Properties. 

105 Cottager ; and Villager, by P. W. Tomkins, a pair, finely printed in colours 

(Maggs), £84. 

106 Industry ; and Idleness, after Morland, by C. Knight, a pair, finely printed 

in colours (Agnew), £283 ios. 

107 Guinea-pigs ; and Dancing dogs, after Morland, by T. Gaugain, a pair, in colours 

(Leggatt), £105. 

108 Almeria (Mrs. Meymot), after Opie, by J. R. Smith, in colours (Colnaghi), 

£294- 

109 " Ladies of rank and fashion," after J. Hoppner, R.A., engraved by C. Wilkin, 

comprising portraits of Lady Charlotte Duncombe, Lady St. Asaph, Lady- 
Charlotte Campbell, Viscountess Andover, Lady Gertrude, Villiers, Lady 
Langham, Countess Euston, Lady Catherine Howard, Duchess of Rutland, 
Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick, open letter proofs, in bistre, with descriptive 
letterpress (Sabin), £120 15s. 

no Lady Beauchamp, after Sir J. Reynolds, by W. Nutter, in colours, unframed 
(Sabin), £37 16s. 

in Vauxhall, after Rowlandson, by R. Pollard, aquatint, in colours (Fuld), £17 17s. 



March 21, 1911. 331 

iiia A lecture on gadding ; and The moralist, after J. R. Smith, by Bartnlozzi 

and Nutter, a pair, in colours (Parsons), £39 18s. 
U2 The Warrener, after Morland, by W. Ward, in colours (Maggs), £25 4s. 

113 Inside of a country alehouse, by and after the same, in colours (Maggs), £27 6s. 

114 Rural amusement, after G. Morland, by J. R. Smith, in colours (no lot). 

115 Angry boy and tired dog ; and Young nurse and quiet child, after Morland, 

by Graham, a pair, in colours (Sabin), £37 16s. 

116 The favourite rabbit ; and Tom and his pigeons, after Russell, by C. Knight 

in colours (Pollard), £3 3s. 

117 Saturday morning ; and Saturday evening, after Bigg, by Nutter, in, in colours 

(Pollard), £23 2S. 

118 Hebe, after Huet Villiers, by H. Meyer, printed in colours, wide margin (Tay- 

lor), £22 is. 

119 Cottage children, after Gainsborough, by H. Birche, open letter proof (no lot). 

120 Saturday morning ; and Saturday evening, after Bigg, by Burke and Nutter, 

a pair (Jacobsen), £9 19s. 6d. 

121 Penelope weeping over the bow of Ulysses, after A. Kauffman, in colours ; 

and four others (Bell), £5 15s. 6d. 

122 Hap-hazard ; and Muley Moloch, after B. Marshall, by Cooke, a pair, open 

letter proof (F. Daniell), £23 2s. 

123 Portraits of Parasol and Eleanor, by and after J. Whessell, in colours (F. 

Daniell), £9 19s. 6d. 

124 Royal Hunt in Windsor Park ; and the companion, after Pollard, by Dubourg, 

in colours (F. Daniell), £11 ns. 

125 Four o'clock in town ; and in the country, after Rowlandson, in colours 

(Agnew), £16 16s. 

126 Johnny Walker, after Henning, by G. Hunt, in colours (Harvey), £4 14s. 6d. 

127 Boxing match between Humphreys and Daniel Mendoza, after Einsle, by J. 

Grozer (Fores), £3 13s. 6d. 

128 Interior of the five courts, with Randall and Turner sparring, after Blake, 

by C. Turner, in colours : and The key (Rimell), £16 16s. 

129 Bull baiting ; Bear baiting ; and Match at a badger, after H. Aiken, in colours 

(De Pallaud), £8 18s. 6d. 

130 Match between Eagle and Eleanor, in colours (Calmont), £1 is. 

131 Raphael's Stanze in the Vatican, by Volpato (seven) ; and one other (Powell 

and Co.), £1 is. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March 20 and 21, 1911. Sotheby. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

67 Bunbury, H., Love and hope ; and Love and jealousy, by C. Knight, a pair, 

iii brown (Craven), £5. 

68 Bartolozzi, F., The transparency, exhibited at the house of Sir Joseph Banks, 

1789, finely printed in colours (Parker), £5. 

71 General Washington, by J. Heath, after G. Stuart (E. Parsons), £1 6s. 

72 Lord Kenyon, by Fittler, after Opie ; and Charles I and his family, by Baron, 

after Vandyck (Rimell), £1 6s. 

73 The Earl of Egremont, by C. Turner, after W. Derby, proof before letters ; 

G. Courthope, by S. W. Reynolds, private plate, four impressions ; and 
Antonius Champion, by C. Turner, two impressions (Webber), £1 14s. 

75 Wille, J. G., Musiciens Ambulans ; and Les Offres Reciproques (Craven), 

£1 5S. 

76 Woollett, W., The first and second premium landscapes, a pair ; and Niobe, 

and Phaeton, a pair, all mounted on canvas (Simpson), £1 6s. 

77 Woollett, W., Roman edifices in Ruins, after Claude ; and Macbeth, after 

Zucarelli, both proofs, damaged (Simpson), £1 6s. 

78 Woollett, W., Celadon and Amelia ; and Ceyx and Alcione, after Wilson, 

a pair, proofs with one line of inscription (Simpson), £1 5s. 

79 Woollett, W., The fishery, after R. Wright, proof before letters, slightly damaged 

(F. Daniell), £1 6s. 

80 Woollett, W., The death of General Wolfe, after West, proof with the inscription 

in open letters, slightly damaged (Rimell), £1 6s. 
83 Rowlandson, T., Broad-sword exercise for Volunteers, coloured, sewed together 

(Rimell), £5. 
85 Whessell, J., Portraits of celebrated running horses (8), with their pedigree and 

performance, very finely printed in colours, in perfect condition, in original 

wrapper as published (Quaritch), £134. 

88 Portraits of the game and wild animals of Southern Africa, by Captain W. C. 

Harris, three parts, each containing eight coloured lithographs, in a port- 
folio (Hornstein), £2 2s. 

89 Loutherbourg, P. J. de, R.A.,The romantic and picturesque scenery of England 

and Wales, eighteen coloured plates, half bound (E. Parsons), £3 6s. 

97 Reynolds, Sir J., A snake in the grass, by J. R. Smith, printed in colours, 

creased (Maggs), £31. 

98 The Duchess of Richmond, by W. W. Ryland, after A. Kauffman, oval, printed 

in colours (Jacobsen), £4 2s. 6d. 

99 Mr. Smith, writing master, by Vanderbanc, proof before letters (Baines), 10s. 
100 Views on the Regent's Canal, by J. Cleghorn and J. L. Marks, after T. H. 

Shepherd, (6) aquatints, in colours (Saunders), £9. 
103 The beautiful stranger poisoned by her sister, by Ryder, after Bunbury, 
proof before letters ; and Innocent captivation, by A. Cardon, after H. 
Singleton (Brail), 16s. 

115 Lord North, by T. Burke, after N. Dance, first state, cut close (Rimell), 10s. 

116 Reynolds, Sir J., Mary, Duchess of Ancaster, by R. Houston, proof before 

any letters (Maggs), £3 10s. 



March 20 and 21, 191 1. 333 



117 Romney, G., The Countess of Carlisle, by J. Walker, iascription space cut 

(Joule), £4. 

118 The Marquess of Donegal, by C. Turner, after J. Masquerier (A. Davis). £3. 

119 George Canning, whole-length by C. Turner, after Sir T. Lawrence, proof 

before letters (Hyam & Co.), £1 10s. 

120 John Home Tooke. whole-length, lying down, by Ward, proof before any letters 

(Harvey). £2 ^-. 
123 General Washington, by Cheesman, after Trumbull (Brail), 9s. 

127 Freudenberg, S., Depart, et Retour du Soldat Suisse, the pair, in colours, fine 

(Sabin), £15 ros. 

128 Freudenberg, S., Le Villageoise content ; and Les Chanteuses du Mois de May, 

in colours, fine (Sabin), £10 5s. 
130 Mezzotint, of two children, by Dagoty, partly coloured, framed (Sabin), 

£4 5S- 
135 London Bridge ; and Westminster Bridge, 1751, a pair, coloured, framed 

(Marks), 14s. 

137 Drawings. Illustrations to Fables relating to animals, by S. Howitt, a series 

of twenty-one highly-finished drawings in water-colours, all signed, in a 
solander-case (L. Marks), £14. 

138 Nuremberg, Two views of the Town Hall in 1621, by J. Troschell, after L. 

Strauch, scarce (L. Marks), £2 6s. 
140 Drawings : 18 studies of figures, by G. D. Tiepolo, in 3 cut mounts (E. Parsons), 

£14. 
144 Drawings : Thomas and William Daniell, a collection of ninety-three sketches 

in India, mostly in colours, mounted in a folio volume (Quaritch), £41. 
ARUNDEL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS. 

146 Two of the panels of the Triptych, by S. Lothener ; St. John and other Saints, 

after B. Montagna, two on one sheet ; and St. Lucy sentenced to death, 
after Jacopo d'Avanzo, five on three sheets (Rimell), 19s. 

147 Madonna and Child and saints, after B. Gozzoli ; and The Marys at the Sepul- 

chre, after Fra Angelico, framed (Rimell), 10s. 

148 St. Catherine pleading before her judges, after Pinturicchio ; and The Prophet 

Jeremiah, after M. Angelo (Rimell), 10s. 

149 /Eenas Piccolomini receiving the Cardinal's hat ; and Pope Sixtus IV giving 

audience, after Melozzo da Forli (Spencer j, 13s. 

150 Christ among the doctors, after Pinturiccho ; and St. Stephen's ordination, 

after Fra Angelico (Spencer), 5s. 

151 Panels from the altar-picee by Hans Memling at Lubeck, six on three sheets 

(Spencer), 17s. 

152 The frescoes in the Brancacci Chapel, seven on five sheets (Hyam & Co.), 4s. 

DRAWINGS BY J. CONSTABLE, R.A. 

155 Gorleston ; North Sunderland ; etc., in pencil (Heymau), 8s. 

156 Yarmouth ; Lowestoft ; etc., in pencil (Heyman), 12s. 

157 Bamborough Castle, two in water-colours and two in pencil (Heyman), £2 14s. 

158 Two boats on the beach ; People seated on a flight of steps ; etc., all in water- 

colours (Heyman), 5s. 

159 River scene with windmill, in sepia ; A Naval engagement, after Vander 

Velde ; and another (Heyman), 12s. 
100 Elizabeth. Duchess of Orleans, life-size portrait (Rimell), £5. 



334 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

161 Anne Marie Louise Duchess de Montpensier, by P. Simon, life-size (Quaritch), 

£5- 

362 Portrait of a lady, by Surugue, after La Tour ; another, by Tardieu ; etc. 

(Quaritch), £2 12s. 

363 Grown gentlemen taught to dance, by B. Clowes, after J. Collett ; and two 

others (Ellis), £1 14s. 
167 Waiting for dinner ; At dinner ; After dinner ; and Preparing for supper, 
by S. Aiken, after T. Rowlandson, aquatint, in colours (Spencer), 18s. 

189 Bartolozzi, F., Psyche going to bathe ; and Psyche going to dress, after Cipriani, 

a pair, open letter proofs in brown, with margins (F. Daniell), £4 5s. 

190 Cosway, R., Mrs. Duff, by J. Agar, in colours, on strainer, stained (Llowades), 

£21. 
192 Rugby School, from the playing field, 1809, aquatint, by R. Reeve ; and The 
school house, 1816, aquatint, by J. Hill, both in colours (Nattali), £8. 

Framed. 

198 Nymphs sacrificing ; and Nymphs dancing, by G. Scorodomoff, after A. 

Kauffman, a pair, large circles, in colours (Jacobson), £18 10s. 

199 The fair angler ; and The fair haymaker, by M. Ogborne, after W. Wigstead, 

a pair, ovals, in colours (Nattali), £30 10s. 

200 Pomona, Flora, Ceres, and Winter, by F. Bartolozzi, after W. Hamilton, a 

set of four, ovals, in colours (Rimell), £21. 

201 Nymph at her toilet ; and Girl playing guitar, by F. Bartolozzi, after J. B. 

Cipriani, a pair, in colours (F. Daniell), £7 15s. 

202 The departure of Mary Queen of Scots to France when a child, by F. Bartolozzi, 

after R. Westall ; and The flight of Mary Queen of Scots into England, 
by and after the same, a pair, in colours (Lindow), £1 15s. 

203 The Dukes of Northumberland and Suffolk praying Lady Jane Grey to accept 

the Throne, by L. Bartolozzi, after J. B. Cipriani; and other historical 
subjects, by and after the same, all in red (Chaundy), £8 5s. 

204 Justice and Wisdom, by G. Scorodomoff, after A. Kauffman, circles, printed 

in red (Brail), £3 3s. 

205 Nymphs crowning the bust of Hymen, by W. W. Ryland, after A. Kauffman, 

circle, printed in red (Chaundy), £2 8s. 

206 May day, of Kate of Aberdeen, circle, printed in red ; and two others, ovals 

(Mayne), £3 3s. 

207 Genius and Beauty ; and Prudence and Beauty, by F. Bartolozzi, after J. B. 

Cipriani, a pair, ovals, in red (J. H. Turner), £3 3s. 

208 Cupids at play ; and Bacchanals at play, by Bartolozzi, after J. B. Cipriani, 

a pair, circles, printed in red (M. H. Cattley), £2 12s. 

209 Thoughts on matrimony, printed in colours ; and four others (W. Holloway), 

£1 16s. 

210 Morland, G., Tfie angry farmer ; and Boys skating, by E. Scott, a pair, in brown 

(F. Daniell), £5 10s. 

211 Morland, G., Susan's farewell, by C. Knight, circle, in brown (Brail), £2 2s. 

212 Innocence and the old beau, by and after J. R. Smith ; and The credulous 

lady and the astrologer, by P. Simon, after J. R. Smith, a pair, ovals 
(Chaundy), £1 16s. 

213 Wheatley, F., Going to labour; and Preparing for market, by R. Earlom, 

a pair, proofs before letters (T. Ellis), £16 10s. 



March 20 and 21, 191 1. 335 

214 Woollett, W., The four shooting pieces, after G. Stubbs, a set of four (F. Daniell), 

£<>• 

215 The reapers, by F. Bartolozzi, after B. West ; and companion, a pair, large 

ovals (Cattley), £1 8s. 

216 Earth, Fire and Water, by C. Whit. . after W. Hamilton ; and A portrait 

of a racehorse (Simpson), £1 8s. 

217 The first lesson of love ; and The second lesson of love, by R. Marcuard, a 

pair, ovals, in colours (Jacobson), £6. 

218 Bartolozzi, F., The apotheosis of Louis XVI, after W. Hamilton, in colours 

(Henniker), £2. 

219 Cottagers at the foot of Mount Vesuvius, by F. Bartolozzi, in colours (Law), 

£2 1 os. 

220 Louis XVI, by M. Bovi, after H. Caleis, oval, in clours (Rimell), £1 2s. 

221 The Dauphin, son of Louis XVI, by M. Bovi, in colours (Brail), £1 2%. 

222 Princess Caroline, by L. Schiavonetti, after Fulhan, oval, in colours (Magg-), 

£2 4s. 

223 Betsy in trouble, by A. Zaffonato, after J. Russel, oval, printed in colours 

(Mayne), 10s. 6d. 

224 The sailor's departure ; and The sailor's return, by F. Bartolozzi, after J. H. 

Benwell, pair, circles, printed in colours (Mayne), £2 15s. 

225 The Gower family, by T. G. Appleton, after G. Romney, printed in colours 

(James), £9 5s. 

226 Reynolds, Sir J., Ladv Elizabteh Deune and children, bj' V. Green (Denby), 

£58. 

227 Reynolds, Sir J., Countess of Carlisle, by J. Watson (Denby), £20. 

228 Reynolds, Sir J., Maria, Countess of Waldegrave, by J. McArdell (Rimell), 

£2 16s. 

229 Reynolds, Sir J., Lady Caroline Howard, by V. Green, damaged (W. J. Hollo- 

way), £2 2S. 

230 Reynolds, Sir J., Miss Polly Kennedy, by T. Watson (Rimell), £z r6s. 

231 Grinling Gibbons, by J. Smith, after Sir G. Kneller ; The Countess of Rutland, 

by and after the same ; others by the same, J. Simon ; etc. (E. Samuel), 
£3 5s. 

232 Lady Louisa Manners, by C. Knight, after Sir J. Reynolds, in brown (Hawtrey), 

£2 5s. 

233 David Garrick as Richard III, by J. Dixon, after N. Dance, first state (Jacob- 

son), £1 14s. 

234 George Lister, by W. Say, after W. Artaud ; and David Garrick, by W. Skelto 

after R. E. Pine (F. Daniell), £1 is. 

235 Hoppner, J., Viscountess St. Asaph, by C. Wilkin, open-letter proof, in brown 

(F. Daniell), £26. 

236 Hoppner, J., The Countess of Euston, by C. Wilkin, open-letter proof, in brown 

(Griffin), £5. 

237 Hoppner, J., Lady Langhaiu, by C. Wilkin, proof before letters, in brown 

(F. Daniell), £21. 

238 R. Cosway, by M. Bovi, after himself, printed in colours (W. J. Holloway), 

£1 15s. 

239 Cupids, by F. Bartolozzi, printed in colours, on satin (Brail), £1 4s. 

240 Falstaff, circle, in brown ; and The Holy Family, printed in colours (Chaundy), 

£1 6s. 



336 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



241 Reynolds, Sir J., Collina, by J. Jones, printed in colours (T. H. Parker), £4 5s.. 

242 Buck, A., Miss Bloomfield ; and Miss Waddy, by T. Cheesman, pair, printed 

in colours (Brail), £5 15s. 

243 The drawing academy, by R. Earlom, after J. Zoftany, proof before U-tters, 

with keyplate ( — ), 18s. 

244 Joseph Duke of Orleans, by J. R. Smith, after Sir J. Reynolds, etched letter 

proof (Harvey), £1 12s. 

245 Queen Elizabeth's visit to Lord Runsdon, by and after G. Vertue ; and Charles 

Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, by the same (F. Daniell), £1 8s. 

246 Adam and Eve, by N. Schiavonetti, after H. Tresham, in colours (Holloway), 

£1 2S. 

247 The children in the wood, by J. Heath, after R. Westall ; and The woman 

taken in adultery, both in colours (E. Samuel), £1. 

248 The pleasures of retirement, bv W. Ward, after G. Morlaud, in colours (Harvey), 

£5- 

249 La Recreation ; Le Travail : and Le Denicheur de Canards, by Prot, after 

Rousseau, set of three, in colours (Brail), £2 2s. 

250 The farewell, by J. R. Smith, after H. Bunbury ; and The song, by F. Bar- 

tolozzi, after the same, circles (Brail), £1 18s. 

251 Views of Smithfield and Tattersalls, pair, coloured lithographs (Harvey), 18s. 

252 View near Ruabon, N. Wales, by R. Havell & Son, aquatint, in colours ; 

A timber waggon crossing a stream, proof before letters ; and another 
(Simpson), 12s. 

253 Henrietta Maria, by R. Strange, after Sir A. Vandyck, proof before all letters 

(A. Davis), £7 10s. 

254 ' Lord Heathfield, by R. Earlom, after Sir J. Reynolds, proof before letters 

(Harvey), £1 10s. 

255 The Earl of Mansfield, by F. Bartolozzi, after Sir J. Reynolds (Maggs), £2 10s. 

256 Henry Bunbury, by T. Ryder, after Lawrence, oval, in colours (Harvey), 

£1 4s. 

257 Earl of Essex, by C. Turner, after J. Hoppner, proof before letters (Harvey), 

£3. 

258 George Canning, by W. Say, after Sir T. Lawrence (Harston), £1 15s. 

259 Sir B. Bloomfield, by C. Turner, after Thompson ; and Sir T. Maitland, 

by T. Lupton, after J. Hoppner ;Parker). £2 8s. 

260 Lord Crewe and Lady Crewe, by W. Say, after Sir T. Lawrence, pair, proofs 

before letters (Davis), £1 2s. 

261 Mr. Yates, by V. Green, after G. Romney, proof before letters (Harvey),. 

£1 10s. 

262 Alexander Adair, by H. Meyer, after H. Edridge ; and Queen Charlotte, by 

T. Ryder, after Sir W. Beechey, open-letter proof (Holloway), 14s. 

263 Lord Russell taking leave of Lady Russell, by C. Knight, after T. Stothard, 

in colours (Nattali), £3 3s. 

264 The goldfinch, by F. Bartolozzi, after F. Wheatley, circle, in brown (Nattali), 

£2 4s. 

265 The cricket match at Brighton, by G. H. Phillips, after W. Dnnnmond and 

C. J. Basebe ; Lord Glammis and stag hounds, by S. W. Reynolds, after 

D. Wolstenholme, open-letter proofs (Nattali), £9. 

266 " Breaking cover" ; " Full cry" ; and "The death," by Sutherland, after 

Aiken, set of three aquatints in colours (Nattali), £4 5s. 



March 20 and 21, 191 1. 337 

267 The Mail Coach in a thunderstorm on Newmarket Heath, by G. Reeves, after 
J. Pollard; and The Mail Coach in a flood, by and after the sarm , 
aquatints, in colour?, (Harston), £8 5s. 

26S Rather varment, by C. Hunt, after H. Aiken : and Trotting, after the same, 
both aquatints, in colours (Harvey), £6. 

269 The Blenheim Coach leaving the Star Hotel, Oxford, by F. J. Havell, after 

G. Havell, aquatint, in colours (Chaundy), £2. 

270 Race for the Great St. Leger stakes, 1836, " The false start " : and " Who is 

the winner? " pair of aquatints, in colours (Harston), £1 10s. 

271 Alarm on the road to Gretna Green, by Reeves, after Newhouse, aquatint, 

in colours, cut ; and two others (Harston), £2 5s. 

272 Mails starting from the General Post Office, by R. G. Reeves, after J. Pollard, 

aquatint, in colours (Harston), £4. rss. 

273 The carriage match on Newmarket Heath, by J. Bodger : and A plan of New- 

market Heath (Fores), £2. 

274 Reynolds, Sir J., Colonel Tarleton, by J. R. Smith (T. H. Parker), £17 10s. 

276 Admiral Duncan, by J. Ward, after J. Hoppner (Parker), £6 5s. 

277 George Venables, Lord Vernon, by G. Clint, after Sir J. Reynolds, open-letter 

proof ; and three others (F. Daniell), £1 8s. 
276 Xoon and night, by Delattre, after W. Hamilton, a pair, ovals (Lowndes), 
£3 15s- 

279 Margaret, Queen of Henry VI, and the robber ; and Elizabeth, Queeu of Edward 

I, parting with her son, by J. Hogg, after Boral, a pair, ovals, in colours 
(Lowndes), £3 5s. 

280 Summer and Winter, a pair, in colours (Mayne), £2 12s. 

282 The billeted soldier, by J. Hogg, after G. Morland (Lowndes), £1 8s. 

283 The flower girl, by Baldrey, after D. Gardner (F. Daniell), £2. 

284 Mrs. Hale, by J. Watson, after Sir J. Reynolds ; and A meeting of connoisseurs, 

by T. Williamson, after J. Boyne, hi colours (Berryon), £2 10s. 

285 Mail coach behind time ; and Stage waggon, by H. Pyall, after H. Halter, 

a pair, aquatints, in colours (Lowndes), £1 12s. 

286 Mail coach preparing to start ; and Mail coach on the road, by Himely, after 

S. J. E. Jones, a pair (Fores), £1 16s. 

287 Thomas William Coke, of Norfolk, inspecting his South Di >wn sheep, mezzotint 

(Simpson), 10s. 

288 A short-horned heifer, by W. Ward, after T. E. Weaver; The shepherd's 

dogs, by C. G. Lewis, after Sir E. Landseer, presentation proof : and another 
(Maggs), £1 2s. 

289 The Niagara Falls, by and after R. Havell. aquatint, in colours (F. Daniell), 

£7 10s. 

290 Le Petit Espaguol ; The shipwrecked sailor boy ; and The sailor boy's return,, 

after W. R. Bigg, the small plates (Brail), £1 10s. 

291 Charles II when a boy, by W. Hollar, after Sir A. Vandyck (Chaundy), 7s. 

292 William, Duke of Cumberland, by T. Burford, after Murray (A. Davis), 12s. 

293 Boy with a dog. by H. Goltzius (Reader), ns. 

296 Lawrence, Sir T., Master Hope, by S. Cousins (Maggs), £4 12s. 6d. 

297 Lawrence, Sir T., Lady Lyndhurst, by S. Cousins (J. E. F. Grundy), 

£2 15s. 

298 Lawrence, Sir T.. Nature, bv S. Cousins, proof before all letters, signed (Maggs), 

£7 5?. 



338 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

299 Lawrence, Sir T., The Earl of Liverpool, by J. R. Jackson ; Viscount Castle- 

reagb ; and Sir Samuel Shepherd, by the same ; and two others, one a 
proof before letters (Simpson), 18s. 

300 Lawrence, Sir T., Sir Walter Scott, by W. Humphrey ; Kemble as Hamlet, 

by J. Egan ; Lord Ashburton, by C. E. WagstafE ; Sir William Grant, 
by E. Mclnnes ; and two others (Grundy), £1 2s. 

301 Lawrence, Sir T., Sir John Moore, by W. O. Burgess ; Prince Bliicher, by C. E. 

Wagstaff ; George the Fourth, by P. Thomas ; and three others (Reader), 
14s. 

302 Lawrence, Sir T, Lady Peel, by W. Giller ; Lady Dover, by G. H. Phillips ; 

and two others (Grundy), 18s. 

303 Lawrence, Sir T., Marquess of Londonderry, by W. H. Simmons ; Viscount 

Melbourne, by E. Mclnnes ; and two others : Marquess of Anglesea, 
by J. R. Jackson ; and another (Simpson), r2S. 

304 Lawrence, Sir T., Mrs. Ashley, by G. H. Phillips ; Countess of Wilton ; and 

Lady Wallscourt, by the same ; and another, proof before letters (Grundy) , 
£1 18s. 

305 Lawrence, Sir T., Master Lambton, by G. H. Phillips, unframed ; The gipsy, 

by S. W. Reynolds ; and two others (Grundy), £2 18s. 

306 Lawrence, Sir T., The Duchess of Gloucester, by J. E. Coombes ; The dew 

branch, by E. Mclnnes ; Master Locke, by W. Humphreys ; and two others, 
one a proof before letters (Reader), £1 8s. 

DRAWINGS. 

307 Haghe, L., Roundheads attacking monks in a Cathedral, in water-colours 

(Spencer), 14s. 

308 Haghe, L., Windmill, by moonlight ; and another, in water-colours (Simpson), 

5S. 

309 Cruikshank, Isaac, Pensioners, in water-colours (Dutton), £1. 

310 Dighton, R., Man in college robes, signed and dated 1807, in water-colours 

(Simpson), ns. 

311 Howitt, Pointers, a pair, in water-colours (Harvey), £1 10s. 



March 24, 191 1. 339 



March 24, 191 1. Sotheby. 

OIL PAINTINGS. 

1 Walker, E., Half-length portrait of Oliver Cromwell in armour — 29 x 24 

(Prescott), £17 10s. 

2 Rathbone, J., Landscape ; and River view, a pair (Shepherd), £3 15s. 

3 Early Italian School. Holy Family with St. John and St. Cecilia, panel — 

30 X 21 (P. Parry), £2 2s. 

4 Haydon, B. R., Scenes from Shakespeare, a pair — 25 X 30 (Lillington), £4. 

DRAWINGS. 

5 Hardy, T. B., 1888, River scene, with fishing smacks in port, signed — ioj X 29 

(Rose), £1. 

6 Hardy, T. B., 1891, Dover Fort, from the sea, signed — 9 X 15I (Rose), 10s. 6d. 

7 Testa, Pietro, Meeting of the arts and sciences — 18 X 27 (Leslie), £1 is. 

8 Lairesse, Gerard, Cupids dancing and playing in a landscape — 15^ X 19 

(Leslie), £1 is. 

9 Genoels, A., Venetian scene, with river and figures ; and another (Obach 

and Co.), £1 2s. 

OIL PAINTINGS. 

9 Beechey, Sir William, Portrait of Fanny Kemble (Mrs. Butler) (Parry), 10s. 6d. 

13 Dr. Isaac Watts, half length, seated — 30 X 24 (Leger), £3 3s. 

14 Bayliss, Sir Wyke, Interior of a Cathedral, signed W. B., panel — 10 X 12 

(Blood). £5 55. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

15 Vandenburgh, R., Extensive landscape, with figures in foreground, panel — 

15 X 8 (Mason), £1 15s. 

16 Strudel, P., Landscape, with castle buildings and river, panel — i2j X 16J 

(Mason), £2 15s. 

17 Turner School. Sunset, with nymphs dancing — 36 x 54 (P. Parry), £2. 

18 Norwich School. Homestead, with river — 19 x 24 (P. Parry), £1 3s. 

19 Kneller, Sir G., The Duchess of Devonshire as a child, oval — 16 X 14 (P. 

Parry), £1 is. 
21 Smith, T., of Derby, 1753, River scene — 29 X 39 (Parry), 12s. 

23 Kneller, Sir G., Portrait of Lady Byron — 30 X 25 (Leger), £6 15s. 

24 Armfield, G., Dog and pheasant — 17 X 21 (Parry), £1 4s. 

25 Turner, W., Oxford, from Thirkney Meadows — 17 x 22 (Parry), £1 6s. 

28 Fielding, Copley, Cader Idris— 7 X 10 (W. E. Reid), 10s. 6d. 

29 Barrett, George, River, with man fishing, signed G. B. — 14 X 19 (Jackson), 

£2 4s. 

30 Lely, Sir P., Nell Gwynn, oval — 15 X 12 (Fitzgerald), £2 15s. 

31 O'Connor, T., Woody lane, with woman in red cloak — 14 X 18 (Jackson), 

£3 3S- 

32 Loutherbourgh, P. J. de, R.A., Mountainous landscape, with figures — 7 X 10 • 

(Parry), 12s. 

33 Winterhalter, Jenny Lind — 8 X 10 (Godden), £1 is. 

34 Cooper, T. S., R.A., Cattle by a river, a pair— 8J X n (H. E. Reid), £2 5s. 



340 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

The Property of the late T. Taylor, Esq. 

OIL PAINTINGS. 

41 Caffyn, W. W-, Box Hill, with scene on the River Mole — 24 X 18 (French), 

£2 2S. 

42 Cafiyn, W. W., The Fen harvest — 50 X 25 (French), £4 5s. 

43 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Pair of unfinished oil sketches — 14 X 10 ; and Sketch 

of a Neapolitan girl — 30 X 22, signed A. L., 1874 (T. V. Grose), £2. 

44 Caffyn, W. W., The home of the bittern — 26 X 18 (Garnett), £1 15s. 

-45 Caffyn, W. W., The hayfield ; and The cornfield, a pair — 10 X 7 (Garnett), 
£3 3S. 

46 Caffyn, W. W., Scene on the river Mole — 17 X 13 (Tapfield), £3 3s. 

47 Caffyn, W. W., An old beech tree— 18 X 12 (Tapfield), £2 4s. 

48 Glendening, A. A., River scene ; and The cornfield, a pair — 22 X 12 (Hartley), 

£3 i°s. 

The Property of a Gentleman (deceased). 

DRAWINGS. 

49 Warne-Brown, A. J., Off the Cornish Coast — 6 X o£ ; and another, large view 

of Rome (James), £2 18s. 

50 Dicksee, Frank, R.A., The consecration of Pulaski's banner, in indian ink 

n X 7 J (Parry), 10s. 6d. 

51 Hardy, T. B., Seascape, off Calais — 7 X 11 ( — ), £2. 

52 Gainsborough, T., Landscape (crayon sketch) — g£ X 12J (Shepherd Bros.), 

£1 8s. 

53 Fripp, George, View from Penrhyn Castle — 13J X 20 (Vicars), £3 5s. 

54 Roberts, David, Convent of St. Catherine, with Mount Horeb — 19J X 13J 

(Rose), £1 is. 

55 Sherrin, D., Fruit — n X 15 (Vicars), £1 is. 

56 Wint, P. de, Village buildings and pool — 6 X 8A ; and Cottage and figures, 

unfinished sketch — 11 X 17J (Vicars), £13. 

57 Burne-Jones, Sir E., Head of a man, red crayon — 11J X 9 ; and Head of a 

man, by Alphonse le Gros — 13 X 10 (Obach & Co.), £16 10s. 

58 Warne-Browne, A. J., Kynance Cove, Cornwall — 14 X 2i£ (Graves & Co.), 

£2 15s. 

59 Cotman, J. J., 1875, Views of Norwich (5) and Norfolk, signed (T. Cubit), 

£10 10s. 

60 Wheatley, Figures fishing by a stream— 13J X 19J (Palser), £2 10s. 

61 Stuart, Gilbert, George Washington — 15 X 10 (Fitzgerald), 10s. 

63 Unknown, Seascape, by J. Callow; Scottish Loch, by G. Barrett; Children 
at play, by L. Canon (Mason), £1 12s. 

OIL PAINTINGS. 

65 Gainsborough, The pink boy — 42 X 32 (Cubitt), £15 10s. 

66 Hudson, Thos., Half-length portrait of Miss Ward— 27 X 22 (Cohen), £21 10s. 

67 Norwich School. Landscape and cattle — 17 X 23 (E. Parsons), £9. 

68 Stark, J., Village landscape, with sheep and figures on a road— 17 X 23 (B. 

Parsons), £15. 



March 24, ign. 341 

69 Nasmyth, Landscape, with tree-;, cottage and figure? — 15 X 20 (E. Parsons), 

{.9- 
70 Blake, B., Dead game — it 9 (Cohen), £4 4s. 

The Propert}' of Mrs. Penwarne-Wellings, Ashburlon. 
South Devon. 

71 Opie, J., Portrait of John Penwarne — 29 X 24 (Waters), £27. 

72 Opie, J., Portrait of John Penwarne, jun., eldest surviving son of John Pen- 

warne above — 29 X 24 (Griffiths), £21. 

73 Opie, J., Portrait of John Penwarne, jun. — 29 X 24 (Blackstone), £20. 

74 Opie, J., Portrait of Edward Penwarne — 27 X 21J (Blackstone), £26. 

75 Opie, J., Portrait of Miss Elizabeth Penwarne — 29 X 24 (Vicars), £65. 

The Property of the late Marseille Hollowav, Esq., 25, 
Bedford Street, W.C. 

76 Garrard, G., Hunting scene, with dogs and fox— 20 < 30 (Bucklow), £11 ios. 

77 Reynolds, Sir J., Half-length portrait of a gentleman (believed to be a member 

of the Burke family) — 30 X 25 (Huggins), £19. 

78 Italian School. Italian Landscape, with figures and animals — 24 X 30 (Parry), 

£3- 

79 Stoop, D., Huntsman and dogs — 19 X 24 (Cubitt), £10 ios. 

80 Italian School. Head of a saint — 17 X 13 (Obach & Co.), £14 ios. 

81 Wynants, Landscape, with figures, panel — 14 X 12 (M. G. Hollowav), £4 5s. 

82 French School. Landscape, with figures at a repast — 14 X 11 (Bucklow), 

£13 ios. 

83 Etty, Nude female ; and Lady with parrot, Dutch School (Cubitt), £2 15s. 

84 Brauwer, A., Interior, with figures, panel — 8 X 6 (Godden), £4. 

DRAWINGS. 

85 MacCullum (?), Park scene — 22 X 39, signed (Godden), £5 5s. 

The Property of the late Colonel Montague, 123, 
Pall Mall, S.W. 

OIL PAINTINGS. 

89 Barker, B., River scenes, a pair — 7 X 5J (Shepherd Bros.), £2. 

90 Luny, Coast scene, and shipping — 9 X 11 (Holbrooke), £2 2s. 

91 Luny, Off the South Foreland, panel — 8£ X 11 (Warren), £1 is. 

92 Teniers, D., Landscape, with castle and figures, signed with monogram, panel 

6J X 8£ (Warren), £20 ios. 

93 Van Dyck School. Lady, in low-necked dress, wearing necklace of pearls, 

panel — 7 X 6 (Carteret), £3 5s. 

94 Early Flemish School. Divine, holding an open book, panel — io£ X 7 (Obach 

and Co.), £33. 

98 Heem, J. D. de, Fruit on a table, signed, panel — 13 J X io£ (Waterton), £22. 

99 Barker, Benjamin, Woodland scene, panel — 12 X 10 (Brewer), £2 2s. 

100 Zucchero, F., Lord Hundson, Chamberlain to Queen Elizabeth, age 30, 1595, 

panel — 16 X 12 (Leger), £10 ios. 

101 Teniers, D., Interior, with figures smoking and drinking, panel — 14 X 10 

(Sackville Gallery), £40. 



342 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

102 Norwich School. Woody landscape, with river, boat and figures — 15 X 21 

(Malcolm), £12. 

103 Gritten.H., Bishop Montague's tomb in Bath Abbey Church — 21 X 17 (Brewer), 

£4 15s. 

104 French School. Equestrian portrait of Prince Eugene — 23 X 19 (James), 

£20 10s. 

105 Breughel, Jan, Landscape, hilly background, castle and figures, panel — 

21 X 24 (Farquharson), £51. 

106 Baptiste, Flowers in a vase — 36 x 28 (T. Richardson & Co), £7 10s. 

107 School of Clouet. Lady, in red dress and yellow sleeves — 17 X 12 (Huggins), 

£100. 

DRAWINGS. 

108 Allan, Robert H., Gwalior, India — 14 X 20J (A. Bower), £2 10s. 

109 French School. Mount Parnassus, gouache drawing — 8J X 14J ; Woolwich 

Common and Naples (Carrington), £12 10s. 



March 25, 191 1. 343 

March 25, 191 1. Christies. 

The remaining Works of the late Thomas Blinks. 

PASTELS. 

1 A Stag in the water : and A Setter (Pawsey and Payne), £8 8s. 

2 A Setter ; and A Dog asleep (Gooden & Fox), £8 18s. 6d. 

3 Fox heads ; and Horses' heads (Baird Carter), £11 os. 6d. 

4 A Setter, 1896— n| X i7£ (Bankes), £18 iSs. 

5 Study of Beagles — 2o£ X 27} (Carter), £1 is. 

6 Foxhounds in full cry — 20 X 25 (Leggatt), £10 ios. 

PICTURES. 

7 Appledore Orchard, panel ; Bedgebury, Kent, panel ; and Landscape (Fores), 

£2 2S. 

8 Bedgebury, Kent, panel ; Autumn tints ; and Underwood (Fores), £1 18s. 

9 Spaniels ; and A Foxhound (Winans), £1 is. 

io A Pheasant run ; and Near Stone, Kent (Fores), £1 is. 

11 A Gordon Setter ; and Heads of Setters (Watton), £9 9s. 

12 In the Woods ; and Silver Birches (Fores), £2 2s. 

13 Foxhounds : " Comrade and Villager " (L. Mitchell), £2 12s. 6d. 

14 Harrowing ; and Near Chalfont St. Giles, panel (Leggatt), £6 16s. 6d. 

15 A Lion ; and A dead Fox (Winans), £1 is. 

16 & 17 A Groombridge Garden ; and Long Grass ; A Collie in a cornfield and 

A Foxhound, panel (Menchinick), £4. 

18 In Bedfordshire ; and Near Ware, panel (L. Mitchell), £3 13s. 6d. 

19 Dead Pheasants (Leggatt), £3 3s. 

20 Doorway at Penshurst ; and Near Salisbury (Fores), £9 195. 6d. 

21 Two Foxhounds ; and A Deerhound (Bankes), £4 4s. 

22 Barn at Levin's Green ; and Farm Buildings (L. Mitchell), £1. 

23 Dead Foxes (Winans), £13 13s. 

24 Autumn study ; and Bit of Moorland, panel (Lister), £1 us. 6d. 

25 Calves in a meadow ; and Cows under trees (Purvis), £1 ios. 

26 Chalfont Road ; and A Farmstead (Elliston), £1 Ss. 

27 Foxhounds (Leggatt), £1 15s. 

28 Near Highgate ; and A Corner in Bedgebury (Winans), £6 ios. 

29 A Bit near Winchelsea ; and Near Burnham (Fores), £1 us. 6d. 

30 & 31 Interior of a Barn, near Ware — 23J X 19*; A Dead Fox — 9 X 14^ 

(L. Mitchell), £1 is. 

32 A White Hunter— 10 X 12J (Watton), £1 is. 

33 White-Thorn in blossom — 15 J- X n (Fores), £3 13s. 6d. 

34 A Gordon Setter — 7j X 9} (Tooth), £2 2s. 

35 Early Summer — 9 x i4i (Newman), ios. 6d. 

36 Miss Brocklebank's Guard — 11} X 17I (Winans), £10 ios. 

37 Near Chorley Wood, panel — ioj- X 13J (Lister), £1 is. 

38 Calves in a meadow — 11} X 14^ (Huggins), £3 35. 

39 Pond with bullrushes — io| x 19 (Dobell), £4 4s. 



344 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

40 Study for " The Breadwinner" — nj X 15J (Harcourt), £3 3s. 

41 Study of Heather — 13J X 17J (Winans), £1 5s. 

42 A Bloodhound's head, 1881 — 13 X ni (Purvis), £2 2s. 

43 A Moorland road — 13I X 18 (Huggins), £1. 

44 A Chestnut Hunter — 13^ X 17I (Bowden), £5. 

45 At Hampstead Heath — 9$ X 17$ (Huggins), 15s. 

46 Two Collies and a Deerhound — 10J X 12J (Walters), £1. 

47 Groombridge House Garden — n J x 17J (L. Mitchell), £10 10s. 

48 A Fox Terrier's head — 13J X n£ (Tooth), £4. 14s. 6d. 

49 Heather in blossom — 14 X 17I (Winans), £2 2s. 

50 A Brown Hunter — 19 X ioJ (Gooden & Fox), £7 7s. 

51 A Cottage Garden — 13J X 11J (Fores), £1 5s. 

52 Interior of a Stable — n£ X 15J (Fores), £2 12s. 6d. 

53 A Carthorse — 20 X 24^ (Winans), £1 is. 

54 Study of Hunter and Foxhounds — 14 X 9J (Gooden & Fox), £14 3s. 6d. 

55 Study of Moorland — 15J X 23! (Howard), £1 10s. 

56 A Brown Hunter — 14$ X i6£ (Huggins), £2. 

57 Pheasant Shooting — 14 X i7f (Huggins), £4 14s. 6d. 

58 & 59 Groombridge Place — 15J x 23i ; Huntsmen and Hunters — 18 X 19 

(Beck), £2 2s. 

60 Rustic Bridge, Winchelsea — 2i£ X 29$ (Bowden), £2. 

61 The little Bay Mare, panel — io| X 13J (Burr), £10 10s. 

62 Trenchern Hills — 15J X 24 (Newman), 10s. 6d. 
'63 Study of Setters — nj X 17I (Tooth), £3 3s. 

64 Study for "The Breadwinners" — 154 X 20 (Leggatt), £6 16s. 6d. 

65 Farm at Milton Earnest — 17J X 25J (L. Mitchell), £1. 

66 Foxterriers on the Scent — 17J x nj (Pease), £2 5s. 

67 Study for "The Keeper's Corner" — 11} X 15I (Upperton), £5 5s. 

68 A winding stream — 19 J X 27£ (Huggins), £1 5s. 

69 Thoroughbreds, panel — 10J X I3i (L. Mitchell), £2 5s. 

70 Study of a Setter's head — 12 X 15} (Wolff), £1 ns. 6d. 

71 Study of Pheasant shooting — 15J x 19! (Huggins), £6 6s. 

72 Yalding : Corner of the Lees — 17£ X 27J (Osborne), £2 2s. 

73 American Trotters : " Barney F." and another — 19J x 23J (Winans), £4. 

74 Foxhounds, " Sportsman, Searcher, and Students, etc." — 17J x 23J (Josephs), 

£4 4S. 

75 & 76 Flemwell, Kent — isf x 23J ; Portrait Studies of a Rider and Horses 

i7i X 254 (Bowden), £2 2s. 

77 A Farmhouse, Yalding— 19^ X 27£ (Fores), £2 12s. 6d. 

78 Bloodhounds — 14£ X i7£ (Arthurton), £1 12s. 

79 A Hound baying — 16J X 20J (Tooth), £21. 

80 Study of Bassets — 22j X 16 (Lubbock), £1 is. 

81 Foxhounds, " Monarch, Chancellor, and Solomon " — 13J x 19 (Fores), £88s. 

82 Duck Shooting— ioi X i6J (Pallandt), £8 18s. 6d. 

83 Study for " Punishment " — 17! X 14 (Tooth), £3 13s. 6d. 

84 Study for "In Training" — 13! X i7| (Greenstreet), £2 12s. 6d. 

85 Companions — 17J X 23$ (Bowden), £3 3s. 

86 Study for " Portraits of horses " — 2iJ X 29^ (Collings), £3 13s. 6d. 

87 Study for " Four Kings and a Knave " — 28 X 2iJ (Fores), £4 4s. 

88 A Meet of the Hounds — 19J X 29J (Greenstreet), £3 13s. 6d. 



March 25, 191 1. 345 

89 Study for " Out of the Wood" — 17$ X 25$ (Gooden & Fox), £16 5s. 6d. 

90 Setters working — 15} X 23} (Foster), £50 8s. 

91 The Morning Ride — 32^ X 22$ (Howard), £7 17s. 6d. 

92 The Oakley dandy — 20 X 22 (Gooden & Fox), £15 15s. 

93 Over the fence— 36 X 24 (Wolff), £8 18s. 6d. 

94 At the point — 17J X 25i (Tooth), £42. 

95 August on the Moors — 17$ X 27^ (Tooth), £42. 

96 A Pointer — 24i X 32J (Gooden & Fox), £6 6s. 

97 Pointers on the Moor— 43J X 33$ (Sampson), £5 5s. 

98 Spaniel and Pheasant — 24 X 35J (Smith), £27 6s. 

99 At the point — 37i X 25J (Tooth), £52 10s. 

100 Setters resting — 17J X 28$ (Sampson), £17 17s. 

101 Out of the Wood — 354 x 50 (Mitchell), £52 10s. 

102 The Last Stand — 38$ x 60 (Broadmead (£94 ros. 

Works by other Artists. 

DRAWINGS. 

103 Cattermole, C, Bandits — 7 X n$ (Frost & Reed), £3. 

104 Evans, Bernard, A Sand-Pit — 14^ X 21 (Bower), £3 3s. 

105 Evans, Bernard, The Road to the Moor — 8J X I2J- (Port), £1 12s. 

106 Fitzgerald, J. A., The Fairy-Tale — 10 X 16 (Greenstreet), 10s. 6d. 

107 Kilburne, G. G., Eavesdropping — 6J x g£ (Lister), £5 15s. 6d. 

108 Kilburne, G. G., A Fallen Monarch — 6J X gj (Port), £1 3s. 

109 Law, David, After the Storm ; and Low Tide, by G. C. Haite, 1890 (Bower), 

£3 10s. 
no Pyne, T., 1883, The Homestead— 13J X gj (Port), £1 5s. 
in & 112 Wardle, A., Gorse ; and Bracken ; Burnham Beeches ; and A Deerhound 

(Lister), £2 2s. 

PICTURES. 
113 Studies of Foxhounds (Fores), £2. 

1 14 Breakspeare, W. A., The Caliph ; and A Welcome, by T. Davidson, panel 

(Lister), £1 5s. 

115 Kilburne, G. G., An Elopement; and Painting his Portrait, 1889 (Fores), 

£10 10s. 

116 Leighton, E. Blair, A Hopeless Dawn ; A Fatal Passion, by T. Davidson, panel ; 

and The Organist, by the same, panel (Lister), £1 18s. 

117 Sadler, W. Dendy, Wiston, Sussex — 17} X 14 (Newman), 15s. 

118 Snell, J. H, Moorland ; and A Road in winter (Wolff), £1 2s. 

ng Snell, J. H., An Apple Orchard, panel ; and Marshland (T.indwall), £1 5s. 

120 Trood, W. H., New Friends ; Waifs, by A. D. Bastin, panel ; Landscape, by 

A. Wardle, panel ; and Gorse, by H. Wallace, panel (Pallandt), £3 15s. 

121 Wardle, A., Cattle in a Meadow ; and " Too Late." by Oliver Pike, panel 

(Lister), £1 18s. 

"Works by the late David Farquharson, A.R.A. 

PICTURES. 

122 Waiting for Darkness, i8gg — 60 X 48 (Heape), £22 is. 

323 Dark Tintagel by the Cornish Coast, 1907, R.A., 1907 — 65 X 72 (Sampson). 
£13 2S. 6d. 



346 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

124 On Beer Common, 1892-3 — 45 X 71 (Heape), £28 7s. 

125 The Barley Field, 1905, R.A., 1908— 23J X 35§ (Sampson), £14 14s. 

126 Willow and Aspens, 1904 — 35! X 29i (Sampson), £11 11s. 

127 The Green Wave : Cornish Sea, R.A., 1908 — 2i£ X 35^ (Sampson), £19 19s. 

128 Ripe for Harvest — 23J X 35J (Mitchell), £9 19s. 6d. 

129 Brown Waters — 15J X 23^ (Pearce), £4 14s. 6d. 

130 River scene, with willows — 19 J X 29 J (Klean), £11 ns. 

131 Cornish Cliffs, panel — 10J X i4i (Coureau), £4 14s. 6d. 

132 Tarring Ropes — 15J X 23J (Pearce), £4 14s. 6d. 

133 Woodland Study — 19J X 29J (Klean), £2 12s. 6d. 

134 Study on Beer Common — i5i X 23J (Shierrff), £1 ns. 6d. 

135 The Foot Bridge — nj X 19} (Sampson), £2*2S. 

136 Pilchard Nets — 10J X 23$ (Klean), £2 12s. 6d. 



March 28, 191 1. 347 



March, 28, 191 1. Christies. 

Sold by order of Executor. 

Unframed. 

1 Samuel Cousins, after F. Holl, by C. Waltner, artist's proofs, on vellum (two 

impressions) ; Portrait of W. Sale, after Ouless, by P. Rajon ; and James 
Martineau, after G. F. Watts, by the same (Walker), £1 12s. 

2 The Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone, after Millais, by T. O. Barlow, lettered proofs 

(2) ; John Bright, by and after the same, lettered proofs (2) ; and two 
others (Rimell), £1 8s. 

3 The bracelet, after Lord Leighton ; The briar rose series, after Sir E. Burne- 

Jones (2) ; and five others, artist's proofs (Mrs. Marshall), £3 5s. 

4 " Vows," after F. Dicksee, by Gaujean ; Flora, after Sir E. Burne-Jones, 

by the same ; The rivals, and companion, after Caldecott, by the same, 
twc pair's ; Sweet Margery, after storey, by Zobel, two impressions ; and 
another (Deighton), £2 5s. 

5 The picture of health, after Millais, by S. Cousins ; Yes !, after and by the same ; 

The nest, after the same, by G. H. Every ; and Imprisoned, after B. Riviere, 
by S. Cousins, artists' proofs (Agnew), 15s. 

6 Imprisoned, after B. Riviere, by S. Cousins ; Stolen kisses, after the same, 

by J. B. Pratt ; Envy, malice and hatred, after the same, by F. Stacpoole ; 
and The sick child, after and by the same, artists' proofs (Agnew), 15s. 

7 Stolen kisses, after B. Riviere, by J. B. Pratt; Envy, malice and hatred, 

after the same, by F. Stacpoole (two impressions) ; and The lost child, 
after and by the same, artists' proofs (Marshall), 15s. 

8 Roman d' Amour de la Jeunesse, after Fragonard, a set of five (Vicars), 18s. 

9 Great Marlow, after Vicat Cole, by B. Debaines, artist's proof (Agnew), £3. 

10 The bathers, after F. Walker, by Macbeth, artist's proof (Cann), £2 10s. 

11 & 12 Still for a moment, after Millais, by Zobel, artist's proof ; Kept in school, 

after G. Leslie, nine impressions ; and Lady Schultz, after G. Romney, 
by Macbeth, artist's proof (Farrow), 12s. 

13 Daniel's answer to the King, after B. Riviere, by J. B. Pratt ; and The swannery 

invaded, after Sir E. Landseer, by the same, artists' proofs (Agnew), 
£4 ios. 

14 Mrs. Glyn, after G. Romney, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof (Agnew), £1 5s. 

15 The Duchess of Gordon, after and by the same, artist's proof (Agnew), £1 ios. 

16 Master Henry Boyce, after Sir W. Beechey, by Norman Hirst, artist's proof 

(Vicars), £1. 

17 The honeymoon ; and The swannery invaded, after Sir E. Landseer, by the 

same, artist's proofs (Gooden & Fox), £8. 

18 Free Romers, after P. Graham ; Morning mists, after the same, by B. Debaines ; 

and The haunt of the sea mew, after the same, artists' proofs (Vicars), 
£4 ios. 

19 & 20 Eel-bucks at Goring, after W. Muller, by B. Debaines ; and The swannery 

invaded, after Sir E. Landseer, by J. B. Pratt, artists' proofs ; " Pray let 
me out," after Sir E. Landseer, by T. Landseer; Painters, after and by the 
same (three impressions) ; Small plates, after the same (5) (Deighton), 
£1 5s. 



348 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

21 Taking a buck, after Sir E. Landseer, by T. Landseer (2) ; and To-ho, after 

and by the same (2), artists' proofs (Agnew), 10s. 6d. 

Framed. 

22 Circe, after B. Riviere, by F. Stacpoole ; Envy, hatred and malice, after and 

by the same ; and " Let sleeping dogs lie ! " after the same, by T. L, 
Atkinson, artists' proofs (Agnew), £1 10s. 

23 & 24 The deer family, after Sir E. Landseer, by T. Landseer ; All that was left, 

after and by the same ; and School revisited, after Leslie, by the same, 
artists' proofs. — Besieged, after F. Holl, by C. Warmer, remarque proof ; 
His only friend, after B. Riviere, by L. J. Steele ; The King drinks, after 
the same ; and another, after Heywood Hardy, artists' proofs (Lane), 
£4 ios. 
25 Flora, after Burne-Jones, by Gaujean ; The bracelet, after Lord Leighton, 
artists' proofs ; L' Amour Desarme, after Watteau, by Audran ; and 
one other (Agnew), £2 15s. 
[26 Stella and Vanessa, after MiUais, by Atkinson, a pair, artist's proofs (Miss 
Graff), £1 ios. 

27 Another pair, artist's proofs (Deighton), 12s. 

28 Daughter of the Ghetto ; and Daughter of the Lagunes, after Sir Luke Fildes ; 

and Lady Peggy Primrose, after Millais, by Gaujean, artist's proofs (Lane), 
£1 ios. 

29 Salisbury Cathedral, after Constable, by B. Debaines ; and The windmill, 

after J. Linnell, by D. Law, artist's proofs (Deighton), £2 ios. 

30 The Rt. Hon. W. B. Gladstone, after Millais, by T. O. Barlow, artist's proof, 

with autograph signature (Gooden & Fox), £4 5s. 

31 The Rt. Hon. John Bright, after Ouless, by P. Rajon, artist's proof; and 

Portrait of S. Cousins, by C. Waltner (Agnew), 12s. 

32 Lord Spencer, after F. Holl, by G. Robinson, artist's proof ; and S. Cousins, 

after the same, by C. Waltner (Leggatt), £1 15s. 

33 William Shakespeare (the Chandos portrait), after R. Burbage, by S. Cousins, 

second state (Deighton), £1 8s. 

34 The picture of health, after Millais, by S. Cousins, artist's proof ; and Ninette, 

after Greuze, by the same (Vicars), £1. 

35 Muscipula, after Sir J. Reynolds,. by S. Cousins, artist's proof ; the Strawberry 

girl ; and Princess Sophia Matilda, by the same, lettered proofs (Graff), 
£1 ios. 

36 Alonzo Cano, after Velasquez, by Macbeth, proof (Gooden & Fox), £8 8s. 

37 The wayfarers, after F. Walker, by C. Waltner ; and the Lost path, after and 

by the same (Cann), £1 is. 

38 The Hon. Mrs. Graham, after Gainsborough, by C. Waltner, remarque proof 

(Graff), £1 ios. 

39 La Bella, after Titian, by LaguiUermie, artist's proof (Gooden and Fox), £2. 

40 Portrait of a lady, after Holbein, by A. Ma they, remarque proof (Gooden & Fox), 

£3 5S- 

41 The syndics of the Drapers' Corporation, after Rembrandt, by C. Koepping, 

trial proof (Obach), £8 8s. 

42 The archers of Saint George, after F. Hals, by the same, trial proof (B. Obach), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

43 Reproductions (7) of drawings, by John Looch, in colours (Fores),, £13 2s. 6d, 



March 28, 191 1. 349- 

44 The snake in the grass, after Sir J. Reynolds, stipple, by J. Ward, proof before- 

letters ; and the Infant academy, after the same, by W. Walker, two- 
impressions (Parsons), £1 18s. 

After J. M. W. Turner. 

45 Mercury and Herse, by J. Cousen, first published state (Gooden & Fox), £8 8s. 

46 Crossing the brook, by R. Brandard, first published state (Gooden & Fox), 

£8 8s. 

47 Dido and yEneas, by W. R. Smith, first published state (Permain), £4 14s. 6d. 

48 St. Mark's Place, Venice, by G. Hollis, first published state (Frost & Reed), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

49 Caligula's Bridge, by E. Goodall, first published state (Vicars), £5 5s. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

50 The Duchess of Kent, after G. Hayter, by R. Bromley, proof before all letters 

(Parsons), £2 15s. 

51 Mrs. Abington, as the " Comic muse," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Watson 

(Bush), £22 is. 

52 The same, in an oval, by E. Judkins (Maggs), £2 23. 

53 Mrs. Sheridan, as " Saint Cecilia," after the same, by W. Dickinson, second 

state (Lauser), £5 5s. 

54 Lady Molineaux, after Kettle, by J. Watson (Brail), 10s. 

55 The strawberry-girl, after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. Cousins, artist's proof (Vicars), 

£12 is. 6d. 

56 A message from the sea, by and after the same, artist's proof (Permain), 

£1 us. 6d. 

57 Lady Castlereagh, after Lawrence, by Greenhead, artist's proof (Graves), 

£18 7s. 6d. 
38 Mrs. Gregory, after Sir H. Raeburn, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof (Agnew) 
£9 19s. 6d. 

59 Mrs. Cuthbert, after Sir T. Lawrence, by the same, artist's proof (Tooth), 

£13 2s. 6d. 

60 Salisbury Cathedral, after Constable, by Debaines, artist's proof (Brail), £2. 

61 The Fowler, after P. Graham, R.A. (Fores), £3 3s. 

62 The Countess of Warwick, after Romney, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof 

(Graff), £1 ss. 

63 Haig, A. H., Washing-day, Chartres ; Belgium, Doorway, Church of Notre 

Dame at Huy ; On the Regent's Canal ; and two others (Frost & Reed), 
£7 5S. 

64 Haig, A. H., Wisby ; Towing in the prize ; Kirkstall Abbey ; In the Aisles, 

Amiens ; and Westminster, South Transept (Dunthorne), £4. 

65 Haig, A. H., Stockholm : The floating market ; and Aries : L'Eglise des 

Dominicains (Brail), £2 10s. 

66 Haig, A. H., Vespers ; Kirkstall Abbey : The Crypt ; and Grim Toledo 

(Dunthorne), £2 10s. 

67 Haig, A. H., Kirkstall Abbey ; A hill town in Navarre ; and Schloss Swingen- 

burg on the Necker (MacConkey), £2 10s. 

68 Haig, A. H., Oxford : Magdalen College : and Lubeck : Waiting for the- 

ferry (Baker), £6 5s. 

69 Haig, A. H, Arab students : Cairo ; and Entrance to the Mosque of Mohamed 

Bey (Gooden & Fox), £6. 



35 o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

70 Haig, A. H., At the fountain of Saint George (Obach), £6 16s. 6d. 

71 Haig, A. H. , Palencia Cathedral : The Altar of the Visitation (Obach), £6 16s. 6d. 

72 Haig, A. H., Westminster Abbey : View from St. Edmund's Chapel (Connell), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

73 Haig, A. H., Tarragona Cathedral : View of Chancel (Dunthorne), £10 10s. 

74 Haig, A. H, Chartres : The north porch (Frost & Reed), £5 5s. 

75 Haig, A. H., Corner of Seville Cathedral (Deighton), £5 5s. 

The Property of a Lady. 

76^ La Cruche Casse, after Greuze, by Laguillermie ; " Lilac," after Millais, by 
Every ; Lady Peggy Primrose, after the same, by Gaujean, artists' proofs ; 
and Le Liseur, after Meissonier, by Spinelli (Baerlein), £3 10s. 

77 Milton dictating to his daughter, after Munkacsy, remarque proof ; The milk- 

maid, by J. D. Miller; and The Immaculate Conception, by Lefevre, 
artists' proofs (C. Obach), £6 6s. 

78 The elixir of love, after Pinwell, by Macbeth ; Entrance to Grand Canal, 

Venice, by Moran ; and Young anglers, after G. Mason, by C. Waltner, 
artist's proofs (Upperton), £4 4s. 

79 Beauty and the arts, after Romney, by Greenhead ; The age of innocence, 

after Sir J. Reynolds, by Clouston ; and two others, artist's proofs (Baer- 
lein), £3 3s. 

80 The cornfield ; and The valley farm, after Constable, by B. Debaines, artist's 

proofs (Deighton), £5 5s. 

81 The Plough, after F. Walker, by Macbeth ; and The fishmonger's shop, after 

and by the same, artist's proofs (Deighton), £6 16s. 6d. 

82 The evening hymn, after G; Mason, by C. Waltner ; and The end of the day, 

after and by the same, artist's proofs (Baerlein), £1 ns. 6d. 

83 The bathers, after and by the same, artist's proof (Baerlein), £5 5s. 

84 Spring and autumn, after F. Walker, by Macbeth, artist's proofs, a pair ; and 

Marlow Ferry, after and by the same (Gooden & Fox), £4 r4S. 6d. 

85 The May of life, after G. Mason, by the same ; and a pastoral symphony, 

after and by the same, proofs (Marshall), £4 4s. 

86 Harmony ; and Romeo and Juliet, after F. Dicksee, by the same, a pair ; 

and A sibyl, after Burne-Jones, by the same, artists' proofs (Baerlein), 
£3 13s. 6d. 

87 Lady Mulgrave, after Gainsborough, by C. Waltner ; and The dead bird, after 

Greuze, by Appleton, artists' proofs (Agnew), £2. 

88 Our village, after F. Walker, by C. Waltner ; The lost path, after and by the 

same ; and A love story, after F. Dicksee, by Lalauze, artists' proofs 
(Addis), £1 is. 

89 Portrait of S. Cousins, after F. Holl, by C. Waltner ; The widow's mite, and 

companion, after Millais, by the same, artists' proofs (Cohen), £5 5s. 

90 The parson's daughter, and companion, after Caldecott and F. Walker, by 

Gaujean ; The rivals, and companion, after and by the same ; and Evelina, 
after Cosway, by Waltner (Upperton), £4 14s. 6d. 

91 The Hon. Mrs. Graham, after Gainsborough, by C. Waltner ; and The Blue 

boy, after and by the same, artist's proofs (Renton), £4 4s. 

92 Lady Ligonier, after Gainsborough, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof (Baerlein), 

£4 4S- 

93 The Hon. Mrs. Graham, after Gainsborough, by Appleton ; and Miss Fanny 

Kemble, after Lawrence, by the same, artist's proofs (Condie), £1 us. 6d. 



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94 Miss Grant, by H. Herkomer ; A lady in black dress, by the same ; and Beggar 

boys, after Gainsborough, by Clouston (Dunthorne), £11 ns. 

95 The Duchess of Devonshire, after Gainsborough, by Appleton ; and Lady 

Townshend, after Sir J. Reynolds, by Greenhead, artists' proofs (Graves), 
£6 1 6s. 6d. 

96 The Countess of Mexborough, after Hoppner, by Appleton ; and Portrait 

of Rembrandt, after himself, by the same, artists' proofs (Baerlein), £2 2s. 

97 Marcia, after Hoppner, by the same ; and Lady Grosvenor, after Lawrence, 

by Greenhead, artists' proofs (Gooden & Fox), £7 7s. 

98 The horse fair, after Rosa Bonheur, by T. Landseer, artist's proof (Winans), 

£15 13s. 

99 A foraging party, after the same, by Gilbert ; and On the alert, after and by 

the same, artists' proof (Upperton), £4 r4S. 6d. 
loo and 101 The floating market, Stockholm, by A. H. Haig. — The North Porch, 
Chartres (Dunthorne), £6 6s. 

102 Corner of Seville Cathedral (Tooth), £13 2s. 6d. 

103 The market cart ; and The cottage door, after Gainsborough, by Koepping, 

artist's proofs, a pair (Graff), £2 12s. 6d. 
1104 Salisbury Cathedral ( the Rainbow) , after Constable, by D. Lucas, first published 
state (Agnew), £50 8s. 

After Sir E. Landseer. 

105 Best run of the season, by T. Landseer ; Children with rabbits, by the same ; 

Mountain top, by j . Outram ; and Little strollers, by T. O. Barlow, artists' 
proofs (Parker), £1 is. 

106 Crossing the bridge, by J. T. Willmore ; Death of the stag in Glen tilt, by 

Zobel ; Prince George's favourites, by Giller ; and Pets, by T. Landseer 
(Lee), £1 10s. 

107 Not caught yet, by T. Landseer ; and Laying down the law, by the same, 

first published states (Vicars), £2. 
.108 An event in the forest ; and the Lost sheep, by T. Landseer, a pair ; and 
Chevy, by the same, artist's proofs (Vicars), £1 15s. 

109 Islay Macaw and Love-birds, by G. Lewis ; Geneva, by T. Landseer ; and 

Ptarmigan Hill, by the same, artists' proofs (Lee), £2 15s. 

110 Odin, by G. Lewis, artist's proof ; and Children of the mist, by T. Landseer, 

engraver's proof (Vicars), £6 10s. 
in A Midsummer Night's Dream, by S. Cousins, artist's proof (Huggins), £61 6s. 6d. 
112 A piper and Pair of nutcrackers, by the same, artist's proof (Gooden & Fox), 

£6 1 6s. 6d. 
T13 Bolton Abbey in the olden times, engraver's proof (Coke), £8 18s. 6d. 
114 Saved, by the same, artist's proof; The Sutherland children, by the same; 

and The Abercorn children, by the same (Vicars), £3. 
:n5 The shoeing, by Lewis ; and The monarch of the glen, by J. B. Pratt, artist's 

proofs (Heape), £6 16s. 6d. 

116 The challenge; and The sanctuary, by T. Landseer, artist's proofs, a pair 

(Agnew), £3 3s. 

117 The Otter hunt, by C. C. Lewis ; Man proposes, by T. Landseer ; and The deer 

family, by the same, artists' proofs (Heape), £5. 

118 Peace ; and War, by T. L. Atkinson, proof before letters, a pair ; The return 

from hawking, by S. Cousins ; and Doubtful crumbs, by T. Landseer, 
artist's proof (Vicars), £2 10s. 



352 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Other Properties. 

119 Kirkstall Abbey : etching, by A. H. Haig (Gooden & Fox), £5 15s. 6d. 

120 Mont St. Michel, by the same (Tooth), £42. 

121 Limburg on the Lahn, by the same (Frost & Reed), £7 7s. 

122 The Duchess of Marlborough and daughter, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. 

Watson, first state (Bruce), £17 17s. 

123 The ford, after Corot, by Greux, remarque proofs ; and a Jewish Rabbi, after 

Rembrandt, by C. Waltner, artist's proof (MacConky), £2. 

124 The laughing cavalier, after F. Hals, by Arendsen, artist's proof (Colnaghi' 

and Co.), £15 15s. 

125 Le Doreur, after Rembrandt, by C. Waltner, remarque proof (Colnaghi & Co.), 

£15 15s. 

126 Turner's Liber Studiorurh : Set of twelve plates, by Frank Short ; and a frontis- 

piece (Parsons), £16 5s. 6d. 

127 Hindoo worship ; The Egremont seapiece ; Inverary Castle and town ; and 

another, from Turner's Liber Studiorum ; and The Corsairs' isle, by D- 
Lucas (Grant), £2 12s. 6d. 

128 Constable's English landscapes, seven plates, by D. Lucas, open letter proofs 

(Bates), £7 7s. 

129 The Hay-wain, after Constable, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof (Bankes), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

130 Salisbury from the Avon, after the same, by Normon Hirst, artist's proof; 

and Stormy noon, Hampstead, by the same, proof before letters (Frost 
and Reed), £6 6s. 

131 The doctor, after Sir Luke Ffldes ; and Thisbe, after B. Long, artist's proofs 

(Tooth), £11 os. 6d. 

132 Lady O'Brien, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Dixon, first state (Bush), £52 10s. 

133 The spirit of a child, after Peters, by Bartolozzi, in colburs ( Vaughan) , £4 14s. 6d. 

134 Delia in town ; and Delia in the country, after G. Morland, by M. Cormack 

artist's proofs, a pair (Vicars), £5 5s. 

135 Lady Poulett, after Romney, by N. Hirst, artist's proof (Grant), £1 10s. 

136 Miss Coussmaker, after Hoppner, by the same, artist* s proof (Grant), £7 7s. 

137 Miss Ross, after Raeburn, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof (Pawsey & Payne), 

£4 4S. 

138 Lady Ligonier, after Gainsborough, by the same, artist's proof (Pawsey and 

Payne), £4 14s. 6d. 

139 Another, of the same (Fine Art Society), £3 13s. 6d. 

140 Lady Hamilton, as a " Bacchante," after Le Brun, by the same, artist's proof 

(Addis), £5 15s. 6d. 

141 Lady Leitrim and child, after Sir T. Lawrence, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's 

proof (Graves), £8 18s. 6d. 

142 The Frankland sisters, after Hoppner, by the same, artist's proof (Colnaghi 

and Co.), £19 8s. 6d. 

143 Mrs. Banks, after G. Romney, by the same, artisf s proof (Agnew), £6 16s. 6d. 

144 Mrs. Trotter, of Bush, after and by the same, artist's proof (Gooden & Fox), 

£8 8s. 

145 Countess Poulett, after Romney, by W. Henderson, artist's proof. (Bush),. 

£3 13s. 6d. 



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March 29 and 30, 191 1. Sotheby. 

The Property of the late Charles Butler, Esq., Warren 
Wood, Hatfield. 

ENGRAVINGS AND DRAWINGS, 

1 Vandyck, Sir A., Portraits of Inigo Jones, Henrietta Maria, and others, by 

Van Voerst, Bolswert, etc. (Maggs), £1 12s. 

2 Pierre Mignard, by C. Vermeulen ; and Francis Boucher ; and others, by 

L. Cars, after N. Cochin (VV. H. White), £2 12s. 

3 Woldemar de Lowendal, by J. G. Wille ; and Le Normant de Tourneham, 

by N. Dupuis (Hurst), £2 4s. 

4 Drevet, P., Robert de Cotte ; Phillip, Count de Sinzendorf ; and Cardinal 

de Rohan, all after H. Rigaud (F. Daniell), £6 5s. 

5 Coppenol, by C. Visscher ; John of Leyden, after Aldegraver ; others by 

Van Dalen and Suyderhoef (Rimell), £1. 

6 Ben Jonson, by Vertue, proof before letters ; Captain Cook, by Sherwin ; 

others by Houbraken ; etc. (Rimell), £2 6s. 

7 Madame du Barry, by T. Watson, after Drouais, proof before letters, with 

margin (James), £32. 

8 Madame Du Barry, by Beauvarlet ; Madame de Pompadour, by Simonet, 

proof before letters ; and Lady Hamilton, proof before letters (Quaritch) , 
£20. 

9 William Pitt, by G. Clint, after Hoppner, proof before letters ; and Sir Robert 

Peel, by W. Dickinson, after Northcote (James), £5 10s. 
to Admiral Lord Nelson, by R. Earlom, after Sir W. Beechey (Banks), £5. j i 
ir Sir Francis Buller, by F. Bartolozzi, proof before any letters ; Sir William 

Curtis, by W. Sharp (Maggs), £3. 

12 Old woman regarding herself in a mir ror (sometimes described as a portrait 

of Queen Elizabeth) ; Venus, after Titian (Levin), £1 is. 

13 Judgment of Paris, after Rubens, proof ; Puck, after Sir J. Reynolds ; etc. 

(Boraston), £1. 

14 Mezzotints, by J. Smith, etc., including Diana and Actaeon, engraver's proof ; 

Psyche and Cupid, after Paul Veronese ; etc. (F. Griffiths), £1 is. 

15 Mezzotints, Nude female with a mirror, after Paul Veronese ; and The Com- 

plaisant lover, and companion, by A. Miller (Reader), 14s. 

16 Mezzotints, The loves of the gods, by J. Smith, after Titian (9) (Griffiths), 

£1 2S. 

17 " The green room scuffle, or Drury Lane in an uproar," an engraved broadside 

with verses under ; etc. (Barron), 9s. 

18 Bartolozzi, F., Flora ; and a Muse, after Cipriani, a pair ; etc. (B. Samuel), 

£2 2S. 

19 Bartolozzi, F., Collection of concert and other tickets of admission, vignettes, 

etc. (94), nearly all engraved by Bartolozzi (B. Parsons), £6. 

20 Woollett, W., The enchanted castle ; and Roman edifices in ruins, both proofs 

before letters (F. Daniell), £7 15s. 
2t Woollett, W., Cicero at his villa, proof before the dedication ; and the sams,. 
in print state (Maggs), £2 14s. 



354 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

22 Woollett, W., Ceyx and Alcione ; and Celadon and Amelia, the pair, proofs 

with single lines of inscription only (Tregaskis), £2 12s. 

23 Woollett, W., The cottagers ; and The jocund peasants, a pair ; Tobias and 

the angel, proof ; etc. (Boraston), £3 15s. 
26 La Sultanne Favorite; and Le Sultan galant, by L. Halbou, after Jeaurat, 

a pair (Houthakker), £1 is. 

ENGRAVINGS BY OLD MASTERS. 
44 Angelo, M., Engravings (73) by Adam Ghisi, of figures from the frescoes in the 

Sistine Chapel, bound (Tregaskis), £1. 

50 Aldegrever, H., Adam and Eve ; the same ; The Judgment of Solomon ; and 

others, some copies (Barnard), £1 8s. 

51 Aldegrever, H., The history of Lot, the set of four (Maggs), £2 14s. 

52 Aldegrever, H., Another set of the same, from the Dent collection (Rim ell) 

£1 16s. 

53 Aldegrever, H., The story of Susannah (30-33), the set of four, Nos. 30-32 are 

fine impressions, but cut close (James), £1 10s. 

54 Aldegrever, H., From the history of Ammon and Thamar (24 and 27) ; Dives 

and Lazarus ; and Lot and his daughters (Reader), £1 2s. 

55 Aldegrever, H., David and Bathsheba (37) ; Rhea Sylvia (66) ; L'Enlevement 

(67) ; and two others (Kennedy), £1 16s. 

56 Aldegrever, H., Tarquin and Lucretia (63) ; Titus Manlius (72) ; etc. (Reader) 

£1 6s. 

57 Beham, H. S., Adam (3) ; Eve (4) ; early impressions ; and others, some 

damaged (Obach & Co.), £1 18s. 

58 Beham, H. S., Judith (10) ; the same (12) ; Departure of the Prodigal son 

(31) ; Job and his friends (16) ; etc. (Maggs), £3 3s. 

59 Berghem, N., The cow drinking (B) first state (R. Gutekunst), £9 10s. 

60 Berghem, N., Landscape with three cows (B. 3), early impression, with large 

margin (Almoner), £3 12s. 6d. 

61 Blooteling, A., James, Duke of Monmouth, after Lely (Maggs), £4. 

62 Bonasone, J., The Holy Family, after M. Angelo (B. 66) ; A prophet and a 

sibyl (78) ; etc. (Reader), 5s. 

63 Bonasone, J., Bacchanalian and similar subjects, by Bonasone, and other 

masters (Reader), 7s. 

64 Bout, P., Frozen canal scenes (Tregaskis), £3 3s. 

65 Breenberg, B., Two small etchings of landscapes; others by Both and Bor- 

g'ognone (R. Gutekunst), £1 2s. 

66 Brescia, Bartolomeo da, The descent from the Cross (B. Vol. XV, p. 535), 

on vellum ; Sixtus V, by Bresciano ; etc. (Obach & Co.), £4. 

67 Caduceus, The Master of the, The Holy Family with St. Elizabeth (B. 4) (Col- 

naghi), £25. 

68 Caduceus, The Master of the, Three men bound to a tree (B. 17) (C. Frost), 

£17 10s. 

69 Delph, W. J., Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia ; and Frederick, Count Palatine 

(Quaritch), £8. 

70 Deson, N., The Cathedral of Rheims ; and the Abbey Church of St. Nicaise 

(Mathey), £2 18s. 

71 Diirer, A., Portrait of DLirer, by L. Kilian ; and another (Rimell), £1. 

72 Diirer, A., The Virgin embracing the Infant Jesus (JB. 35) ; etc., some copies 

(Barnard), £2 10s. 



March 29 and 30, 191 1. 355 



73 Diirer, A., St. Jerome in the desert (B. 59) (RimeU), £3 10s. 

74 Diirer, A., St. Genevieve (B. 63) (Colnaghi), £15 5s. 

75 Diirer, A., The satyr and his family (B. 69) ; and The peasant and his wife (83) 

(Obach & Co.), £6 15s. 

76 Diirer, A., The rape of Proserpine (B. 72) ; and the Cannon landscape (Barnard), 

£2. 
76 Diirer, A., The effect of jealousy (B. 73) (Barnard), £2 14s. 

78 Diirer, A., Group of four nude women (B. 75) (Mathey), £7 5s. 

79 Diirer, A., The little war-horse (B. 96) (Rimell), £6 5s. 

80 Diirer, A., Portrait of Frederick Elector of Saxony (B. 104) ; and Erasmus 

(107) (James), £2 15s. 

81 Diirer, A., Woodcuts: The Holy Trinity (B. 122) ; The beheading of St. 

John the Baptist (125) ; Herodias receiving the head of St. John (126); 
etc. (Reader), £1 6s. 

82 Diirer, A., Woodcuts: Madonna and Child (B. App. 12) ; St. Martin (App. 

18) ; St. Catherine (App. 25) : etc. (Houthakker), £2 8s. 

84 Faithorne, W., King Charles I, first and second states (Rimell), £2 5s. 

85 Faithhorne, W., Mary, Princess of Orange, second state (Maggs), £2 2s. 

86 Franco, G. B., The Holy Family, with saints (Kennedy), 10s. 

87 Gell6e, Claude (Le Lorrain), The dance under the trees (Dumesnil 10), second 

state (Obach & Co.), £9. 

88 Gellee, Claude (Le Lorraine), Landscape, with brigands (D. 12), third state 

(Rimell), £1 10s. 

89 Gellee, Claude (Le Lorrain), Peasant driving cattle (18), first state (Mathey), 

£6 15s. 

90 Gell6e, Claude (Le Lorrain), The rape of Europa (22), second state (Obach 

and Co.), £2. 

91 Ghisi, Adam, Servitude (B. 103) (Barnard), 5s. 

92 Ghisi, J. B., Hercules and Antheas (B. 12) ; and " Le jeune Homme voguant 

sur la Mer" (undescribed by Bartsch) (Reader), 5s. 

93 Ghisi, G., Holy family, with saints (B. 4) ; Christ on the Cross (8) ; Marriage 

of St. Catherine (12) ; etc. (Reader), 16s. 

94 Ghisi, G, Venus and Vulcan (35) ; Venus and Adonis (42) ; Hercules (41) ; 

etc. (Reader), 10s. 

95 The Master V. G., One of the foolish virgins, after M. Schongauer (B. Vol. VI, 

p. 390) (sometimes ascribed to Urs Graf), (Colnaghi), £14 15s. 

96 Hollar, W., Portrait of Hollar holding his plate of St. Catherine ; Adam 

Elsheimer ; etc., early impressions ; and another (R. Gutekunst), £1 10s. 

97 Hollar, W., Bonn ; Cologne ; and other views on the Rhine, with the Title 

(Colnaghi), £4 155. 

98 Hollar, W., Antwerp Cathedral ; and Landscape with a windmill, after Breu- 

ghel, early impression (Salford), £2 2s. 

101 Horthemels, M., Philip, Duke of Orleans ; and Elizabeth, Duchess of Orleans 

(Breun), 5s. 

102 Kartarus, M., The last judgment, after M. Angelo (Reader), 5s. 

103 Krug, L., The adoration of the kings (B. 2) ; and two nude females (n) (Reader), 

8s. 

104 Leyden, Lucas van, Adam and Eve eating the forbidden fruit (B. 7) ; and 

the same subject (9) ; Portrait of Lucas van Leyden; etc. (Obach & Co.), 
£3 3S- 



356 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

105 Leyden, Lucas van, Adam and Eve driven from Paradise (11), from the Adding- 

ton and Roupell collections (Colnaghi), £11 15s. 

106 Leyden, Lucas van, Lot and his daughters (r6) ; and a later impression (Rimell), 

£1. 

107 Leyden, Lucas van, Abraham sending away Hagar (18) (Maggs), £3. 

108 Leyden, Lucas van, Jephtha and his daughter (24) (C. Frost), £5 5s. 

109 Leyden, Lucas van, The triumph of Mordecai (32) ; and The Magdalen in the 

desert (123) (Rimell), 16s. 
no Leyden, Lucas van, Mars and Venus (137) (R. Gutekunst), £9. 
in Lambart, P., The set of 12 portraits known as " The Countesses," after Van- 

dyck, fine early impressions (Rimell), £17. 

112 Mantegna, A., The burial of Christ (B. 3) (Colnaghi), £2. 

113 Mantegna, A., Christ rescuing souls from Hell (5) (Colnaghi), £32. 

114 Mantegna, A., One of the series of the triumph of Julius Caesar (12) (Tregaskis), 

£2 ios. 

115 Montagna, B., Man seated under a palm tree (B. 28) ; and Portrait of Michael 

Angelo, by a different engraver (Barnard), £2 17s. 6d. 

116 Nanteuil, R., J. B. Colbert, after Champaigne (Dumesnil 71), third state, 

before the alteration of the inscription (E. Parsons), £1 6s. 

117 Nanteuil, R., The same personage, life-size head (76), early impression, before 

the alteration of the dedication (F. Daniell), £16. 

118 Nanteuil, R., J. N. Colbert, life-size head (77), first state (F. Daniell), £10. 

119 Nanteuil, R., The same, second state (F. Daniell), £2 ios. 

120 Nanteuil, R., Cardinal Mazarin, after Van Mol (175), first state ; and the 

same (180) (Breun), £2. 

121 Ostade, A. van, A collection (47) of the etched works of this master, some 

copies (Reader), £2 2s. 

122 Pencz, G., Various (15) Scriptural subjects (Rimell), £1 14s. 

•123 Raimondi, M. Antonio, and his scholars. The Almighty appearing to Noah, 
by Marc Antonio (3) ; and the same, copy A (Barnard), 12s. 

324 Ditto. The manna in the wilderness, by Agostino Veneziano (8) ; and Massacre 
of the innocents, by Marco da Ravenna (20) (Reader), 14s. 

125 Ditto. St. James, by Marc Antonio (127) ; and The Cumean sibyl, by Agostino 

Veneziano (123) (Reader), 14s. 

126 Ditto. Apollo and Hyacinthus, by Marc Antonio (348) (Colnaghi), £4. 

127 Ditto. The Laocoon, by Marco da Ravenna (353) ; Man with two trumpets, 

by Marc Antonio (356), a copy ; and another (Maggs), £1 4s. 

128 Ditto. Two women with signs of the Zodiac, by Marc Antonio (397) ; two 

semi-nude men in conversation, by the same (464) ; etc. (Dodd), £1. 

130 Rembrandt, Women about to dress after bathing ; and Philosopher in medi- 

tation (Reader), 5s. 

131 Rembrandt, Christ shown to the people ; and The descent from the Cross, 

the large plates (Tregaskis), £1 2s. 

132 Robetta, The adoration of the kings (B. 6) (Maggs), £3 15s. 

133 Robetta, The same (Dodd), £1 14s. 

.135 Schongauer, M., Christ mocked, from the set of the Passion (B. 13) (Tregaskis), 

£1 12s. 
136 Schongauer, M., Pilate washing his hands, from the same (14) (Rimell), £3 5s. 
:i37 Schongauer, M., Christ bearing his Cross (21), very early impression, but much 
[jj, cut (Barnard), £1 18s. 



March 29 and 30, 191 1. 357 

338 Strange, Sir R., Child sleeping, proof before any letters ; and the Horn-book, 
after Schidoni ; etc. (W. H. White), 15s. 

139 Vandyck, Sir A., Ecce Homo, early impression (James), £1. 

140 Vico, ..Eneas, Leda and the swan, after M. Angelo (B. 26) ; Female with an 

owl (45) ; etc. (Tregaskis), 6s. 

141 Visscher, C, The sleeping cat (Rimell), ns. 
342 Wael, C. de, The five senses (Tregaskis), 17s. 

143 Wierix, H., La Marquise de Verneuil (Quaritch), £7 10s. 

344 Wille, J. G., Les Dfilices Maternelles, early state ; and Les Soins Matemels 
(Reader), £2 8s. 

Publications of the Arundel Society. 
145 The Giotto Chapel, Padua (Rimell), 5s. 

346 The series of Thirty-four woodcuts from the frescoes in the above chapel ; 
and Ruskin's Giotto and his works in Padua, parts I and II (Maggs), 2s. 

147 Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian, by P. Perugino ; Virgin and Child with saints, 

after Ott. Nelli ; and St. Catherine borne by Angels, after B. Luini (E. 
Parsons), 5s. 

148 The Nativity, after Pinturicchio ; and Christ among the doctors, after the 

same (Joseph), 9s. 

149 Poetry ; and Philosophy, after Raflaelle (Maggs), 12s. 

350 Zacharias na min g his son John, after D. Ghirlandajo ; and Procession of the 
Magi ; St. Filippo Benizzi healing children both after Andrea del Sarto 
(Joseph), 7s. 

151 The vision of St. Bernard, after F. Lippi ; The adoration of the kings, after P. 

Perugino ; and The Transfiguration, after Fra Angelico (Spencer), £1 2s. 

152 The Madonna among the Meyer family, after Hans Holbein (Maggs), 7s. 

153 The four Apostles, after Albert Diirer, a pair ; and St. Benedict preaching to 

women, after Bazzi (Rimell), £1 18s. 

154 The Crucifixion, after Fra Angelico ; The Virgin and Child, after Meister 

Wilhelm (Maggs), 8s. 

155 The poets of Mount Parnassus, after Raffaelle (Rimell), ns. 

156 The Triptych in the Cathedral at Cologne, by Stephan Lothener, five chromos 

on three sheets (Mrs. Marshall), £3. 

157 The Virgin and Child with saints, after Girolamo dai Libri ; St. John the Bap- 

tist and other saints, after B. Montagna, two on one sheet ; and St. Lucy 
sentenced to death, by Jacopo d'Avanzo (Maggs), 9s. 

158 The deposition from the Cross, after P. Lorenzetti ; and Sixtus IV giving 

audience, after Melozzo da Forli (Maggs), 5s. 

159 Events in the life of Moses, after L. Signorelli ; and Christ's charge to St. 

Peter, after P. Perugino (Spencer), 5s. 

160 The altar piece, by Hans Memling, in the Cathedral at Lubeck, nine on five 

mounts (Maggs), £2 8s. 

161 Madonna and Child, after Filippo Lippi ; Madonna and Child with saint, 

after B. Gozzoli ; and the Resurrection of Christ, after Pietro della Fran- 
cesca (Rimell), 15s. 

162 Adoration of the Holy Trinity, after Albert Diirer (Joseph), £1 6s. 

163 Virgin and Child between St. Liberale and St. Francis, after Giorgoni ; and 

The Virgin in Glory, after Pinturiccho (Maggs), £1 is. 

164 The Piccolomini Library at Sienna ; and the series of engravings from the 

frescoes in the library (Rimell), 5s. 



35S ART PRICES CURRENT. 

165 The Prophet Ezekiel, after M. Angelo ; St. Catherine finding the body of St. 

Agnes, after Pacchiarotto ; and The Transfiguration, after P. Perugino- 
(Spencer), 19s. 

166 Richard II before the Madonna, with saints and angels, from the Diptych 

at Wilton House, two on one sheet (Marshall), £1 ns. 

167 Piccolomini receiving the Cardinal's hat ; and St. Stephen's ordination, after 

Fra Angelico (Joseph), 5s. 

168 Prophets and sybils, after P. Perugino ; and the Supper and vision of St.. 

Domenick, after Fra Bartolommeo (Spencer), ns. 

169 St. Bernardino healing a wounded man, after Fiorenzo di Lorenzo ; and 

St. Catherine pleading before her judges, after Pinturicchio (Joseph), 13s. 

170 Madonna and Child, with attendant saint, after Niccolo da Foligno ; and St. 

Jerome in his study, after V. Carpaccio (Rimell), £1 ns. 

171 Procession of the three kings, after B. Gozzoli ; and St. George baptising the 

Princess Cleodolinda and her father, after Carpaccio (Joseph), ns. 

172 The Primavera, after Botticelli (Maggs), £3 5s. 

173 The betrothal of the Virgin, after Lorenzo di Viterbo ; Christ bound to the 

column, after Bazzi ; and The calling of St. Matthew, after Carpaccio 
(Rimell), 7s. 

174 The hunt, after Romanino (R. B. Clayton), 10s. 

175 Christ among the doctors, after B. Boccaccino ; and The deposition from the 

Cross, after Cavazzolo (Maggs), 12s. 

MODERN LINE ENGRAVINGS, ETC. 

177 Anderloni, P., The Holy Family, after Raffaelle ; Faust's first sight of Mar- 

guerite, by A. Caron, after Ary Scheffer ; and Virgin and Child, by J . 
Franck, after Leonardo da vinci, all proofs before letters (Chaundy), ns. 

178 Audouin, P., Venus extracting a thorn, after Raffaelle ; and Jupiter and Anti- 

ope, after Correggio, both proofs before letters (Griffiths), 19s. 

179 Bervic, C, La Vierge aux Ruines, after Raffaelle, proof before any letters; 

The Laocoon, proof before letters ; and 2 others (White), £1 4s. 

180 Debaines, Brunet, The mill, after Rembrandt, remarque proof on vellum 

(Sabin), £12 10s. 

183 Forster, F., The graces, after Raffaelle, proof before letters ; and St. Cecilia, 

after Delaroche, artist's proof (Grisburg), 8s. 

184 Forster, F., La Vierge au Bas-relief , after Leonardo da Vinci, proof before letters ; 

and La Vierge a la Legende, after Raffaelle, engraver's proof ( — ), 13s. 
187 Longhi, G., The reading Magdalen, after Correggio, proof before letters and 
before the coat-of-arms ( — ), £1 18s. 

190 Martinet, A., " La Vierge au Palmier," after Raffaelle ; and " Madonna del 

Cardellino," after the same, proofs before letters (Murray), £1. 

191 Morghen, R., Madonna della Sedia, after Raffaelle, proof before any letters 

(Murray), £1 12s. 

192 Morghen, R., Leonardo da Vinci, proof before letters ; Raffaelle, etched 

letter proof ; and Laura, proof before letters (Murray), £1 15s. 

193 Morghen, R., Angelica and Medora, proof before letters ; Portrait of Napoleon, 

etc. (Griffiths), £1 12s. 

194 Porporati, C. A., Le Coucher, after C. Vanloo, proof before any letters ; The- 

Bath of Leda, after Correggio, proof before letters ; and another (Griffiths), 
£1 6s. 



March 29 and 30, 191 1. 359. 

195 Richomme, J. T., Neptune and Amphitrite, after Giulio Romano, proof before- 

letters ; Triomphe de Galatee, proof, with etched title, and print of the same ; 
etc. (Griffiths), £1 6s. 

196 Richomme, J. T., Adam and Eve, after Raffaelle ; Thetis portant l'Armure 

d'Achille, after Gerard, proof, with etched title ; etc. (Griffiths), £1 is. 

197 Toschi, P., The Frescoes, by Correggio and Parmeggiano at Parma, remarque 

proofs signed by the engraver, with five of the plates, also in print states ; 
and Portrait of Toschi, remarque proof (Murray), £2. 

198 Waltner, C. A., The blue boy, after Gainsborough, artist's proof on vellum 

(Murray), £5 10s. 

199 The bath of Leda, by Porporati, after Correggio, proof before letters ; Jupiter 

and Antiope, by P. Audouin, proof before letters ; others by Desnoyers ; 
etc. (Murray), £1 8s. 

202 The shrine of Venus, after Alma Tadema, artist's proof (Murray), 10s. 

203 Book illustrations, after J. M. W. Turner, etc., some proofs (James), £4. 2s. 6d. 

205 Turner, J. M. W. (after), Richmond, Surrey; and others from the England 

and Wales series, etc., all early proofs (Rimell), £4 15s. 

206 Turner, J. M. W. (after), The Vale of Heathfield, and other Sussex views,. 

early proofs (Agnew), £6 5s. 

207 Turner, J. M. VV. (after), Venice: The Piazzeta, by W. Miller, two artist's 

proofs, and one open letter proof (Maggs), £1 is. 

208 Turner, J. M. W. (after), Oberwesel, by J. T. Willmore, artist's proof ; and the- 

etching (James), £3 10s. 

209 Turner, J. M.W. (after), The Old " Temeraire," by J. T. Willmore, artist's 

proof ; and the etching (R. Ward), £8 10s. 

210 Turner, J. M. W. (after), Caligula's Bridge, by E. Goodall, artist's proof (Wil- 

son), £3 3s. 

211 Turner, J. M. W. (after), Kilchurn Castle, by W. Miller, earliest finished proof ; 

and the etching (R. Ward), £2 4s. 

212 Turner, J. M. W. (after), Ehrenbreitstein, by J. Pye, artist's proof (R. Ward), 

£3 5S. 

213 Turner, J. M. W. (after), Another, of the same, in the same state (R. Ward),. 

214 Turner, J. M. VV. (after), The golden bough, by J. T. Willmore, artist's proof ;. 

and the etching (Maggs), £2 4s. 

215 Turner, J. M. W. (after), Cologne, by E. Goodall, artist's proof, and the etching ;. 

Lucerne, by R. Wallis ; etc. (James), £1 12s. 

DRAWINGS PRINCIPALLY BY OLD MASTERS. 

216 Demons put to flight by two monks, bistre heightened with gold (Warrender), 

£12. 

217 Portrait of an old woman, by a Flemish artist of the seventeenth century ; 

and A knight on horseback (Obach & Co.), £19 10s. 
si8 Portrait of a man, in profile to the left, by a German artist of the sixteenth 
century, pen-and-ink, tinted (Sabin), £41. 

220 Portrait of Madam de Montespan, india ink ; La Duchesse de Chevreuse, 

black and red chalk ; and another (James), £6. 

221 An early miniature of the Almighty supporting a crucifix, illuminated in gold 

and colours (James), £6 10s. 



36o ART PRICES CURRENT. 



.222 Three leaves from an old service book, with capital letters and borders, illumin- 
ated in gold and colours, one of the capital letters has a miniature of the 
Transfiguration, from the other two the miniatures have been cut (F. 
Harvey), £10 ios. 

225 A collection of drawings, by Guido, Sir A. Vandyck, J. Miel, L. Cambiassis, 
N. Poussin, Carlo, Cignani, etc., (52) in a folio volume (Houthakker), 
£7 15s. 

227 Albano, Francesco, Girls bathing, red chalk ; and The three Graces, black 

and red chalks (Obach & Co.), £2 15s. 

228 Bandinelli, Baccio, Study of two warriors, each carrying a dead companion , 

pen-and-ink (Marray), £3. 

229 Bandinelli, Baccio, The flagellation of Christ, pen-and-ink (Maggs), ios. 

230 Bandinelli, Baccio, A contemporary copy of Bandinelli's martyrdom of St. 

Bartholomew, dated 1530, pen and wash ; with the engraving (Reigh), 6s. 

231 Barbieri, G. F. (Guercino), Christ appearing to St. John the Evangelist, red 

chalk, signed (Obach & Co.), £13. 

232 Barocci, Federigo, Portrait of a girl, coloured chalks (Rimell), £1 14s. 

233 Bartolozzi, Francesco, Procession of the infant Bacchus, pen and wash (T . 

Crome), £1 14s. 

234 Bartolozzi, Francesco, Painting and sculpture attended by Fame, black and 

red chalk (Rimell), £1 is. 
.235 Berchem, Nicolaas, Man and woman travelling, india ink ; A man reclining 
and A barking dog, black chalk (W. T. Lawrence), £1. 

236 Both, Jan, Landscape with man on horseback driving cattle, black chalk 

heightened with white (Head), £9 5s. 

237 Buonaccorsi, Pietro (Perino del Vaga), Jupiter and Antiope, red chalk (Howard) 

£3 SS. 

238 Buonaccorsi, Peitro (Perino del Vaga), Jupiter and Juno, bistre, heightened 

with white (Reigh), 6s. 

239 Buonaccorsi, Pietro (Perino del Vaga), The feast of the gods, bistre, heightened 

with white, varnished (Reigh), 6s. 

240 Buonaccorsi, Pietro (Perino del Vaga), Madonna and Child, with St. Catherine 

and another female saint ; and Three women standing near a palm tree, 
pen-and-ink (Mathey), £1 14s. 

241 Caliari, Paolo (Paul Veronese), Head of man, with a large beard, coloured 

chalks, Barnard and Nova collections (Tregaskis), £2. 

242 Caliari, Paolo (Paul Veronese), The artist between vice and virtue, black 

chalk ; and The Annunciation (Colnaghi), £1. 

243 Canal, Antonio (Canaletto), Interior of a church, with figures, reed pen and 

india in kawsh (Colnaghi), £45. 

244 Canal, Antonio (Canaletto), Classical ruins, with figures, a similar drawing 

(Colnaghi), £47. 

245 Carracci, Annibale, Head of a child ; and Venus and Cupids, by another 

artist, both in red chalk (Murray), £2. 

246 Castiglione, Giovanni, Noah's sacrifice, red chalk (Murray), £1. 

247 Cambiaso, Luca, A collection of small drawings, principally by Luca Cam- 

biaso and his pupils, and including specimens of the works of Lazzaro 
Tavarone, Ottavio Semini, Giuseppe Cesari, Valerio, Castello, Giovanni 
Battista, Paggi, Pietro Buonaccorsi (Perino del Vaga), and others (inlaid 
into old paper, probably about 1650) (Crome), £48. 



March 29 and 30, 191 1. 361 

248 Cosway, Richard, R.A., Mr. and Mrs. Cosway in fancy costume, black chalk 

(Reigh), £1. 

249 Cosway, Richard, R.A., The birth of Venus, pen and ink (has been engraved) 

(Rimell), £2 4s. 

250 Cosway, Richard, R.A., Venus and Cupid, after Rafiaelle, pen and bistre 

(Palser), 6s. 

251 Cosway, Richard, R.A., Mythological subject, a sketch of Andromeda at the 

back, pencil (Rimell), 7s. 

252 Cosway, Richard, R.A., Cupid chastising a nymph, black chalk (F. Harvey). 

£1 10s. 

253 Cosway, Richard, R.A., A naked child, black chalk (Mathey), 10s. 

254 Cosway, Richard, R.A., A nude woman directing the footsteps of a child, 

pencil (Harvey), £1 is. 

255 Cuyp, Albert, Landscapes, a pair, black chalk, signed (Sabin), £41. 

256 Galeotti, Sebastiano, Justice, pen and wash ; and three by different artists 

(Obach & Co.), £4. 

257 Gellee, Claude (De Lorrain), Extensive landscape, with figures driving cattle 

near a river, pen and ink, signed Claudio Lorence (F. Harvey), £10. 

258 Gellee, Claude (De Lorrain), Castle of St. Angelo (Heaton), £1 2s. 

259 Gellee, Claude (De Lorrain), Mercury and Argus, pen and wash, signed and 

dated, 1671 (Colnaghi), £15. 

260 Gellee, Claude (De Lorrain), The triumph of David, reed pen and wash (Murray), 

£73- 

261 Gellee, Claude (De Lorrain), River scene with castle, pen and wash (James). 

£3i- 

262 Gellee, Claude (De Lorrain), View of Tivoli, black chalk and bistre wash (Mur- 

ray), £50. 

263 Gellee, Claude (De Lorrain), Landscape with architecture ; another Landscape 

on the back, pen and wash on grey paper (Maggs), £20 10s. 

264 Gellee, Claude (De Lorrain), Tomb of the Planti, near Tivoli, pen and wash 

on grey paper (Murray), £20. 

265 Greuze, Jean Baptiste, A priest seated on a chair, red chalk (Harvey), 

£5 5S- 

266 Grimaldi, Giovanni (II Bolognese), Landscapes, with travellers reposing ; 

another by a different artist (Houthakker), £1. 

267 Harding, G. P., Sir John Minnes, after Vandyck, highly finished in water- 

colours (Rimell), £2 2s. 

268 Holbein, Hans, the younger, Portrait of Thomas Cromwell, afterwards Earl 

of Essex, black and red chalk (Tregaskis), £26. 

269 Hondecoeter, Melchior de, A dead woodpecker, in colours (Sabin), £34. 

270 Huysum, Jan van, Poppy, rose and convolvulus, in colours, signed (James), 

£4- 

271 Huysum, Jan van, Group of three tulips, in colours (Harvey), £4 10s. 

272 Huysum, Jan van, Auricula, in colours (Harvey), £3 5s. 

273 Huysum, Jan van, Flowers in a vase, black chalk, washed with india ink 

(Harvey), £31. 

274 Ibbetson, Julius, " Tribulation," various devices to prevent aminals from 

straying, water-colours, signed (Rimell), 7s. 

275 Ibbetson, Julius, Fishing for Salmon in the Dee, below Chester Bridge, water- 

colours, signed (Tregaskis), £2^1 8s. 



362 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

276 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., Nude figure, and other studies of figures, etc., black 

chalk (Bateson), £5 5s. 

277 Leoni, Ottavio, Portrait of Paolo Caliari (Paul Veronese), black chalk (Murray), 

£2 2S. 

278 Loo, Pieter van, Fruit and flowers, water-colours, signed (Harvey), £13 10s. 

279 Luiken, Jan, St. Peter's, at Rome, and the Piazza, with figures, pen and bistre 

wash (Obach & Co.), £5 5s. 

280 Mazzuola, Francesco (II Parmigiano), Cupid bearing an ornamental scroll ; 

Study of three heads ; and another (Harvey), £3 5s. 

281 Mazzuola, Francesco (II Parmigiano), Studies for the Madonna and Child, 

pen and wash (Murray), £3 5s. 

282 Mazzuola, Francesco (II Parmigiano), Three females running, bistre, on tinted 

paper (Mathey), £8 10s. 

283 Mieris, Willem van, Susanna and the Elders, highly finished in black chalk, 

on vellum, signed (Murray), £40. 

284 Mieris, Willem van, Cleopatra applying the asp, in colours, finished as a minia- 

ture on vellum (Murray), £50. 

285 Murillo, Bartolom6, Assumption of the Virgin, pen and bistre (Barker), £31. 

286 Ostade, Isaac van, Peasant seated, red chalk (Rimell), £1. 

287 Penni, Luca, Diana and her nymphs, bistre heightened with white (Howard), 

£1 10s. 

288 Poelemburg, Cornells van, Landscape with ruins ; and another, india ink 

(Murray), £3. 

289 Poussin, Nicolas, St. John preaching in the wilderness, black and red chalks 

(Tregaskis), £2. 

290 Primaticcio, Francesco, Allegory of sensuality conquered by religion, pen and 

bistre wash (James), £10 10s. 

291 Primaticcio, Francesco, Allegorical subject, pen and bistre wash (Harvey), 

£1. 

292 Rijn, Rembrandt van, Cain killing Abel, pen and ink (Warrender), £230. 

293 Rijn, Rembrandt van, Abraham supplicating the Almighty in favour of Sodom, 

pen and ink (Maggs), £25 10. 

294 Rijn, Rembrandt van, Peter and John at the beautiful gate of the Temple, 

pen and bistre wash (Haggs), £35. 

295 Interior of a cell, with a monk engaged in prayer, in bistre, slightly tinted 

with other colours (E. Parsons), £6 10s. 

296 Rijn, Rembrandt van, Interior with people at prayer; and a whole-length 

figure of an Oriental, pen and ink (E. Parsons), £4 10s. 

297 Rijn, Rembrandt van, A wood on the border of a river, pen and wash (Murray), 

£330. 

298 Ramano, Giulio, Whole-length figure of Hymen, pen and ink, on grey paper, 

signed and dated 1520 (Maggs), £1 8s. 

299 Rubens, Sir Peter Paul, Head of a Bishop, coloured chalk (Colnaghi), £51. 

300 Rubens, Sir Peter Paul, Three figures, study for a picture of the Crucifixion, 

black chalk (Obach & Co.), £33. 

301 Rubens, Sir Peter Paul, Three female figures, study for the Apotheosis of James 

I, black and red chalks (Harvey), £5 5s. 

302 Rubens, Sir Peter Paul, Portrait of a man, black chalk (Sabin), £27. 

303 Rubens, Sir Peter Paul, The return of Briseis to Achilles, red chalk (Ward H.), 

£8. 



March 29 and 30, 191 1. 363 

304 Sacchi, Andrea, Icarus and Daedalus, red chalk (Crome), 12s. 

305 Salmeggia, Enea, Jupiter and a nymph, bistre heightened with white (Rimell), 

7s. 

306 Schiavone, II (Andrea Meldolla), Two female heads, red chalk (Sabin), £3 10s. 

307 Sanzio, Raffaelle, A Pope enthroned attended by bishops, etc., pen and wash 

(Rimell), £1 is. 

308 Sanzio, Raffaelle, Presentation of the Virgin, pen and wash (Rimell), 

£1 2S. 

309 Saftleven, Hermann, Mountainous landscape, with figures, black chalk (Houth- 

akker), £3 3s. 

310 Savery, Roelandt, The City of Prague, pen and ink, washed with colours, 

signed and dated, 1808 (Colnaghi), £19 10s. 

311 Savery, Roelandt, Castle and City of Heidelberg, pen and ink, washed with 

colours (Obach & Co.), £19 10s. 

312 Sirani, Elizabeth, Madonna appearing to a saint, bistre ; Female figure, by 

Salviati ; and another (Reigh), 5s. 

313 Slingelandt, Pieter van, Child with a bird, inscribed Gama, 1671, in black 

chalk, highly finished on vellum, signed with monogram ; and another 
head (Jewell), £61. 

314 Sprangher, Bartholomano, A satyr extracting a thorn from the foot of a man, 

red chalk (Harvey), £2 4s. 

315 Steen, Jan, Interior with peasants dancing, black chalk and sepia wash, on 

vellum, signed (Pawsey & Payne), £15. 

316 Stry, Jakob van, Ruins on the bank of a river, with cattle and figures, water- 

colour, signed (Marvey), £10. 

317 Testa, Pietro, Bacchanalian festival, in bistre (Mathey), £2 5s. 

318 Uwins, T., R.A., Nude females and other studies (13) (Tregaskis), 5s. 

319 Meer, Jan van der (the younger), Landscape, with shepherd and shepherdess 

and sheep, in colours, signed (Colnaghi), £11. 

320 Meer, Jan van der (the younger), Sheep in a wood, in colours, signed (Obach 

and Co.), £15. 

321 Meer, Jan van der (the younger), Cowherd with cattle and sheep, in colours 

(Colnaghi), £10 10s. 

322 Velde, William van de, The stern of a Man-of-war ; and 2 other sketches 

(Rimell), us. 

323 Vecelli, Tiziano, His own portrait, pen and ink (Harvey), £1 5s. 

324 Vecelli, Tiziano, Study for the picture of Venus, black chalk (Colnaghi), £11 

325 Vanni, Francesco, Funeral procession, pen and washed with colour, Esdaile 

collection (Sabin), £9. 

326 Vasari, Giorgio, Design for a monument, pen and wash on grey paper (Tregas- 

kis), 8s. 

327 Verschuringh, Hendrick, Italian buildings, with sportsman reposing, india ink 

and Head of a horse, by H. Saftleven, black and red chalk (Tregaskis) 
£5 5S. 

328 Watteau, Antoine, Boy looking downwards ; and study of three children, 

black chalk (Rimell), £4 15s. 

329 Watteau, Antoine, Portrait of a gentleman ; and a Soldier sleeping, both in 

red chalk (James), £32. 

330 Wit, Jakob de, Children engaged in various sports, etc. (6), reed pen and wash, 

heightened with white (James), £18 10s. 



36 4 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

331 Wynants, Jan, Landscape, with classical ruins, man and woman driving 

cattle, pen with india ink wash (Sabin), £13. 

332 Worlidge, T., Moses, from the statue by Michael Angelo, on vellum ; and a 

Man pouring wine into a vase, held by a female, by a different artist, both 
in red chalk (B. Parsons), £1 12s. 

333 Zampieri, Domenichino, Study of two heads, red chalk (Maggs), 5s. 

334 Zampieri, Domenichino, Landscape, with the Repose in Egypt, pen and ink ; 

and a mountainous landscape, by a different artist (W. Bateson), 16s. 



March 31, 191I. 365 



March 31, 191 1. Puttick and Simpson. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

53 Joseph Napoleon, and Eugene Napoleon, by J. B. Bosis, a pair (Rimell)> 

£i 12s. 

54 Duchess du Barri, by A. Caron, and the same, by Gudin (Macoskie), 15s. 

55 Full-length portrait of French General, proof, by J. Audran ; and one other 

(Rimell), £1 18s. 

56 Ferdinand II ; and one other (Price), 18s. 

57 Portraits of French Cardinals, by Nanteuil (Rimell), 15s. 
[58 Talleyrand, by Boucher Desnoyers ; and another (Price), 9s. 

59 Laurence Sterne, by E. Fisher, after Reynolds (Rimell), £1 2s. 

60 Louis Comte du St. Empire, by Jacob6 ; and Lord Malmsbury (Rimell), 10s. 

61 Jane Lady Cathcart, by F. Bartolozzi, fine impression, in red, scarce (Price) , 

18s. 

62 Reflections on Clarissa Harlow, after Reynolds, fine impression, in red (Brail), 

15s. 

63 The bird, by J. Dean, ; and the Shepherd boy, proof, after Reynolds (Foot), 

18s. 

64 Wheatley, Original water-colour drawings, a pair (ovals) (Parsons), ris. 

65 Wheatley, Rural benevolence ; another, by Cosway ; and A four-in-hand 

coach (Macoskie), £1 17s. 6d. 

73 Camerson, D. Y., The sentry (Yeulett), £2 17s. 6d. 

74 Camerson, D. Y., Ambroise (Hall), £3 5s. 

75 Cameron, D. Y., Arran (Foot), £1. 

81 Job, by A. Legros (Thornton), 10s. 

82 Haden, Seymour, Brentford Ferry, signed (Maggs), £2 12s. 6d. 

83 Haden, Seymour, Kilgaren Castle, signed (Hall), £4 2s. 6d. 

85 Thomas, Percy, White Hart Inn Tavern ; and The Old Tabard, signed (Ven- 
ning), 8s. 

104 Instruction for playing skittles, with coloured vignette, 1786 ; Two plates 

of flying machines, etc. ( — ), £2 10s. 

105 Early railway locomotive, by Bury ; Dagman Park, view of Colchester ; and 

other aquatints, all in colours ( — ), £1. 

106 View of Loch Erne ; Killarney (2) ; Monmouthshire (2) ; Scotland (2), aqua 

tints, in colours ( — ), £1 12s. 6d. 
108 View in Sussex, by David Cox ; Vale of Festiniog ; and Views in Leicestershire, 
3 aquatints, in colours ( — ), £1 8s. 



366 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

109 Berkshire : A series of 7 drawings and views (Shocock), £1 15s. 

no Pantheon: Masquerade scene, by C. White, in colours ; and a mezzotint 

portrait of Lord Romney, by Finlayson, after Reynolds (Rimell), £1 2s. 
in Coloured Coronation processions of George IV, 1821 (W. Daniell), £1 12s. 

112 London Bridge, by Schutz, after Runk ; Strand Bridge, by Dubourg ; and 

other London views, in colours ( — ), £2 2s. 

113 Evening's amusement, by Cooper, after Van Assen, fine, in colours ( — ), 

£4 12s. 6d. 

114 The doubtful shilling, aquatint, in colours, by W. J. Bennett, after Holmes 

(Venning), £4. 10s. 

115 Retrievers, by Lewis and Nichols, after Reinagle, aquatint, in colours ( — ), 

1 6s, 

116 " Bellario " and "Eclipse," racehorses, mezzotint, in colours (Cogswell), £1. 

118 The Duke of Beaufort coach, by C. Hunt, after Shayer, in colours (Cogswell), 

£188. 

119 Birmingham racehorse, by R. G. Reeve, after Herring, on strainer, in colours 

(F. Sabin), £3 5s. 

120 Lanercost, by C. Hunt, after Harrington, on strainer, in colours (Maggs), 

£ 1 2S. 6d. 

121 Mr. Alexander Pope, by J. Smith; and George III, after Frye, mezzotints 

(Cogswell), 1 8s. 

122 The Rt. Hon. Charles Earl Camden, by Bartolozzi, after Gainsborough ; and 

the same, by Meyer (Cogswell), 14s. 

123 The Rt. Hon. John James Fox ; and two others (C igswell), 18s. 

124 Arundel Society. The Crucifixion, after Fra Angelico (Cogswell), £1 8s. 

125 The Expedition against the Havannah, after Serres (Cogswell), 16s. 

126 1814, by Jules Jacquet, after Meissonier, signed by the etcher, on vellum 

(Thomas), £4. 

138 Charles Duke of Richmond, by Dickinson, after Reynolds ; and Marquess 

of Buckingham, after Gainsborough (Webber), 14s. 

139 The three smiths ; Painters, by and after W. Pettier, mezzotint, fine (Adams), 

15s. 

140 Barbara, Countess of Coventry, by Watson, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Bar- 

nard), £2 18s. 6d. 

141 The oyster girl, by Young, after Huck, mezzotint (Venning), 8s. 

142 Woman spinning, after G. Dow ; and A conversation ; with a Portrait of Jan 

Steen, introduced by Sayer, mezzotints (Reader), 10s. 

143 The standard-bearer, by Pether, after Rembrandt, mezzotint (Brail), ros. 

144 Rembrandt van Ryn, after himself, by P. VB., 1747, rare ; and Rembrandt's 

mistress, by Haid, after Rembrandt, mezzotints (Britton), 6s. 

145 Miss Dempster, by Watson, mezzotint, proof (Barnard), £1 13s. 

148 William Penn's Treaty with the Indians, by Hall, after West (Britnell), 14s. 



March 31, 1911. 367 

154 Miss Bendetta Ramus, by W. Dickinson, after G. Romney, mezzotint, cut 

(Long), 1 6s. 

155 Full-length portrait of a gentleman, after Beechy, by C. Turner, proof (Webber), 

10s. 

156 Sir Samuel Romilly, by S. W. Reynolds ; and one other (Bruen), £1 4s. 

157 Henry Brougham, Esq., M.P., by H. Meyer, after Ramsey ; and the same, 

by J. G. Murray (Sweet & Max), £1 5s. 

159 William II of Nassau, by L. Salliar, after G. Honthorst (Maggs), £2 5s. 

160 Jos. Sharpe, by C. Hodges ; and Earl of Danby, by Val. Green (Price), 9s. 

161 George III, by Dupont, after Gainsborough ; and another, proof before letters 

(Price), 9s. 

162 Barbara, Countess of Coventry ; and Mrs. Lascelles, by C. Corbett (Barnard), 

£1 17s. 

165 Tobias with the angel, by McArdell, after Rembrandt ; and one other (Price), 

9s. 

166 R. Earlom, after Rembrandt ; and others, three proofs (Blythe), 15s. 

167 Ditto, The larder ; and Boy with pigeons, by Chas. Phillips (Rambaldi), 10s. 

168 Girl with pitcher, after Gainsborough ; and The Nativity, printed in colours 

(Brail), 16s. 

169 London Bridge ; and Old London Bridge, original drawings, in colours, by 

G. Yates, 1834 (E. Thomas), £5. 

171 Shepheard, original drawings, Houses in Fetter Lane ( — ), 18s. 

172 Military College, Chelsea ; Views in the Green Park (2) ; Drury Lane and 

Brunswick Theatres, aquatints, in colours ( — ), £1 4s 1 . 

173 Views in Hyde Park on the Serpentine River, set of five, aquatints, in colours 

(W. Daniell), £1 15s. 

174 London : Royal Exchange ; Mincing Lane ; St. George's Fields ; Custom 

House, etc., five coloured aquatints (Reader), 16s. 

175 London : St. James's Park ; Vauxhall ; and Celebration in the Green Park 

in colours ( — ), lis. 

176 London : Somerset House ; Thames Tunnel ; and St. James's Park, in colours 

(— ), ns. 

177 Coronation, 1821, the ceremony and regalia, by Dubourg, in colours (W. 
' Daniell), £1 2s. 

178 London : Panorama of the Thames, by R. Barker, 1792, six plates, in aquatints 

(Barnard), £1. 

179 London bridges : Vauxhall ; Southwark ; and The Custom House, in colours 

(Reader), 10s. 
184 Bath : Four original drawings of Bath Abbey, by J. Blackmore, 1785 (B. 
Holloway), £1. 

188 Old plans of London, by Hollar, Tocque, and Walker (W. Daniell), 12s. 

189 Aggas : Plan of London in 1585 (Reynolds), 9s. 



368 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

207 Edmund Kean as Richard III, by C. Turner, after Hals ; and Kemble as 
Richard III, original drawing, by W. Hamilton (Reynolds), 18s. 

SPORTING 

214 The arrest, by Ernest Griset, original drawing, in colours ( — ), 18s. 

215 Sheep ; and Goats, by Morland, drawings (Adams), 8s. 

219 & 220 Glasgow mail, after Pollard, in colours. — Islay ; and Dachshund, proofs 

on India paper (Bretnell), 5s. 
221 Coaching, after Newhouse, in colours (Parsons), 10s. 

269 Lamnite marriage, after Wheatley, by W. Ward ; and The ballad seller, after 

Stothard (Denning), £2. 

270 Lady and child, by Nutter, after Westall, circle, in brown, proof (Brail), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

287 Una, by Thos. Burke, after A. Kauffman, fine oval, in red, with large margins 

(Brail), £7 17s. 6d. 

288 Rozina, by P. W. Tomkins, after Chas. Ansell, fine circle, in red (Price), £3 15s. 

289 Buck, A., Mother and child, cut (Price), 9s. 

290 Mrs. Siddons, by Thos. Burke, printed in colours (Price), 15s. 

291 Spring, by F. Bartolozzi, after R. Westall (Price), £1 4s. 

292 Cupids, by F. Bartolozzi, framed (Moore), 16s. 

293 Buck, A., Venus rising from the sea, rare, printed in colours ( — ), £1. 

Framed. 

298 Abra ; and Una, by T. Burke, after Kauffman, a pair, printed in colours 

(Blythe), £10 10s. 

299 A boy angling ; and A boy mending his nets, by Nutter, after Westall, in 

colours, a pair (Brail), £2 2s. 

300 Theseus finding his father's sword and sandals ; and The death of Procris, 

a pair of circles, printed in colours (Blythe), £6 12s. 6d. 

301 The sportsman's return, after Morland, in colours ; and Lucrece, oval, in 

colours (Searle), £2 12s. 6d. 



302 Battue shooting, after Turner, in colours (Parker), £1 6s. 



* 



303 The months (January to June), published by Sayer, mezzotints, in colours 

(Cogswell), £6 6s. 

304 An oval, by E. Scott, after Ansell ( — ), 16s. 

305 The Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox, by J. Jones, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 

mezzotint (Yeulett), £1 10s. 

306 A shepherd and shepherdess, by Dean, after Bloemart, mezzotint (Brail), 10s. 

307 Seascape, with numerous boats and figures, by Woollett, after Wright, a fine 

proof (Grinstead), £2. 



March 31, ign. 369 



The Property of the late Mr. A. T. Home. 

PAINTINGS. 

329 Morland, The wreck, unframed, on panel (Maitlaud), £1 6s. 

330 Dodd, R., Naval engagement, unframed (Parker), £2. 

331 French School. Ceres and Flora, ovals — 36x44. unframed (B. Holloway), 

£6 6s. 

332 Scott, J., London Bridge — 37 x 26 (Parker), £3 

333 Italian School. Landscape, with figures and cattle — 30 36 (Yeulett) £'4. 

334 English School. Landscape, with cattle (Ward), £2 17s. 6d. 

335 Etty, Nude study, circular (Levin), £2 10s. 

336 Monamy, D., Coast scene, with river scene, boats, and figures — 25 X 20 

(Yeulett), £1 17s. 6d. 

337 Williamson, G., Morning, near Nuffield, Kent — 24x14 (Ward), £1 10s. 

338 Webb, J., Seascape, with boats — 30^ X 2o£ (Ward), £5 10s. 

339 Herring, J. F., The farmyard, oval (Young), £5 r^s. 

340 Leader, Landscape, with figures, on panel — 18 x 12 ; and The waterfall, 

unknown (Levin), £3 5s. 

341 Stannard, of Norwich, Stormy coast scene, i8£ X i5i ; and Landscape, 

with figures, unknown, panel — r8Jxi4 (Levin), £1 8s. 

342 Herring, The farmyard, oval, on panel (Lee), £2 10s. 

343 Crome, J., Old houses, on panel (Maitlaud), 15s. 

344 Unknown, Cattle fording a river, on panel (Long), r2S. 6d. 

345 Shayer, Farmyard scene (Grose), £2 2s. 

346 Ibbetson, Landscape, with figures fishing, on panel (Maitland), £1 2s. 6d. 

348 Zeitter, John, Crossing the brook (Long), £1 2s. 6d. 

349 Etty, Girl with pitcher, on panel (Ward), 10s. 

350 Cognacci, Guido, A female head (Jacob), ns. 

351 Herring, J. F., Racehorse " Industry" (Long), £r 15s. 

352 Adams, J. S., 1895, A bonny one ; and The stray kitten (Musell), £1 5s. 

353 Jennings, M., Portrait of a girl ; and another, by Sandys, panel (Levin), 

12s. 6d. 

354 Constable, The mill ; and one other (Ward), £2 12s. 6d. 

355 Starkey, Interior of a cathedral (Jacobs), r4S. 

356 Scott, Coast scene, with figures, on panel ; and River scene, with boats, un- 

known (Yeulett), £2 12s. 6d. 

360 Dutch School. Interior, with figures; and two others (Ward), £1 17s. 6d. 

361 Grimshaw, A., The Embankment ; and four others (Levin), £2 12s. 6d. 

362 White, D. T., Near Cuckfield ; J. Cole, The leader ; and two others (Yeulett), 

£1 as. 6d. 



370 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

363 Norwich School. Landscapes, with figures, on panel (2) ; and two others 

(Moore), £2 5s. 

364 Italian School. Christ crowned with thorns (Reigh), 9s. 

365 Aiken, Steeple-chasing ; and four others (Long), £3 5s. 

Unframed. 
372 Faed, T., Girl holding corn ; A girl planting ; and one other (Levin), 17s. 6d. 

375 Early English. Portrait of a youth wearing ruff, panel (Ward), £3 15s. 

376 Unknown, Portrait of a Cardinal (Levin), ns. 

377 English School. View of Brighton, with Chain Pier (Levin), £1 15s. 



March. 6 and 7, 1911. 371 



March 6 & 7, 191 1. Sotheby. 

MASANOBU (Okdmura), worked c. 1685-1764. 

1 Ukiyo Ogi-uri, " Perspective view of fan sellers " ; Tea-house scene : Courtezan 

trying to persuade a man to take sake ; both full-size, oblong ; Yoko-ye 
unsigned (Randall), 15s. 

2 Anegawa Chiyozo as an Oiran reading a love letter ; Hoso-ye, Urushi-ye 

signed (Randall), 18s. 

KIYOMASU (Torii), 1679-1762. 

3 The tea-house at Kameido Tenjin ; two small prints Hoso-ye form ; Urushi-ye 

not signed (Jones), 12s. 

SHIGENAGA (Nishimura), 1697-1756. 

4 Shoki the Demon Queller ; Ishizuri (print from stone) ; Hoso-ye ; signed 

(E. Wilson), £1 16s. 

KIYOHIRO (Torii), 1708^766. 

5 Theatrical Scene : Segawa Kichiji as Matsuwaka-maru and Bando Hikosaburo 

as Umewaka-maru ; Hoso-ye, pink and green ; signed (E. Wilson), 14s. 

TOYONOBU (Ishikawa), 1710-1785. 

6 Ariwara no Yukihira playing the flute ; Hoso-ye ; pink, yellow, and green 

signed (Jones), 14s. 

KIYOMITSU (Torii), 1735-1785- 

7 Two Banzuki (" Playbills ") with groups of actors ; large, oblong ; black and 

white ; one signed (Jones), ros. 

8 Ichikawa Yawozo as Kagohaki Sanzo : Hoso-ye ; signed (Tregaskis), 12s. 

9 Hashirakake • An Oiran ; signed (E. Wilson), £1 2s. 

HARUNOBU (Suzuki), 1703-1770. 

10 Night scene in a garden ; medium, almost square ; signed 1766-1770 (E. Wilson), 

£2 10s. 

11 Scene in a street: A gallant pulling a girl along; small, Yoko-ye; probably 

from an erotic album ; not signed (Jones), £1 2s. 

12 Hashirakake : Girl washing linen in a stream ; signed (Tregaskis), £1 10s. 

KORIUSAI (Isoda), 1720-c. 1782. 

13 The Koromo Tamagawa ; medium, almost square ; one of a set Mutsu- 

Tamagawa, with poem in the clouds ; signed (E. Wilson), £2. 

14 New Year Festival : An Oiran seated facing the Tokonoma ; medium, almost 

square ; signed (E. Wilson), £1 18s. 

15 Two Geisha, one playing her samisen, the other holding it by her side ; Tanzaku 

form, undivided ; one signed (Cappel), £1 10s. 

16 Fukurokujin : A child dressing up as the god of Long-life ; medium, almost 

square ; one of a series Yatsushi Hichi-Fukujin : signed (Randall), 18s. 



3/2 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

17 Wakamatsu of Daiiaonji-ya out walking ; medium, almost square, without 

background ; from a set of thirty-six views of the inhabitants of the north 
quarter ; signed (Tregaskis), £1 6s. 

18 Hashirakake : Feeding gold fish ; signed (Tregaskis), £2. 

19 Hashirakake : Two Tori-oi, women of the Eta class ; signed (E. Wilson), £2. 

20 Hashirakake : A group of cranes ; signed (E. Wilson), £1 6s. 

21 Hashirakake : Mukan no Tayu Atsumori taking leave of his young wife Tamaori 

Hime ; signed (Tregaskis), 16s. 

22 Hashirakake : A singing girl in a black kimono ; signed (Harrison), 16s. 

JIASUXOBU (Tanaka), worked c. 1754-1771. 

23 Hashirakake : A young woman holding an open fan ; not signed (Glass), 14s. 

BUNCHO (Ippitsusai), worked c. 1764-1796. 

24 Theatrical scene : Yamashita Handayu as the lady Kanshosai on a bull, and 

Ichikawa Raizo as Umeo-maru a young Samurai kneeling looking at her ; 
Hoso-ye ; signed (E. Wilson), £2 2s. 

SHUNSHO (Katsugawa), worked c. 1770-1790. 

25 Go-ban Tadanobu defending himself from his would-be captors ; medium, 

almost square ; signed (Punnett), £1. 

26 Ogino Sen jo, in male character, carrying a travelling clothes box ; signed 

Shunso, and with " jar" seal (Jones), ros. 

27 Three actors as Otoko-date, standing figures wearing wine-coloured haori, 

forming a set of three, Hoso-ye ; signed (Jones), 8s. 

28 Rikiya and Konami, the second scene of the Chiushingura, medium, almost 

square, not signed, but with the " jar " seal ; Yamashita Handayu, as a 
woman holding an open letter ; small, almost square ; signed (Miss White- 
head), 12s. 

29 An actor in two characters ; both Hoso-ye ; signed (E. Wilson), £1. 

30 Iwai Hanshiro, as a woman ; unsigned ; An actor, as Kimura Shigenari ; both 

Hoyso-ye ; the last signed (E. Wilson), 14s. 

31 Nakamura Tomijuro, in female character, holding the hagoromo of a Tennin ; 

Nakamura Nakazo, as a Daimyo standing ; both Hoso-ye ; signed (E. 
Wilson) £1 2s. 

32 Ichikawa Yawozo, as Soga no Goro ; and as a nobleman's servant ; both 

Hoso-ye ; signed (E. Wilson), 10s. 

33 Bando Mitsugoro, as Umeo-maru ; and Matsumoto Koshiro, as Matsuo-maru ; 

both Hoso-ye ; signed (E. Wilson), 14s. 

34 A court lady standing by a stream, an illustration from the Ise Monogatari ; 

signed ; A lady in nightclothes, a book illustration ; signed (E. Wilson), 
£1 10s. 

35 Hashirakake : An old Buddhist priest walking by the sea ; signed, and with the 

"jar" seal (Webster), £3 15s. 

SHUNSO and SHIGEMASA. 

36 A group of three courtezans ; a double-page illustration from Seiro Bijin Awase 

Sugata Kagami, published 1776 ; unsigned (E. Wilson), £1 18s. 

37 Two groups of courtezans ; both from the same book as the preceding ; unsigned 

(E. Wilson), £1. 



March 6 and 7, 191 1. 373 



SHIGEMASA (Kitao), 1738-1819. 

38 Matsumoto Koshiro, as Denkichi ; Hoso-ye ; signed (Tregaskis), 185 

SHUNKO (Katsugawa), worked c. 1765-1790. 

39 New Year sport : A young lady standing by the Kadomatsu with a battledore ; 

Hoso-ye ; signed (Miss Whitehead), 18s. 

40 Theatrical scene from the drama Kagamiyama ; two sheets, Hoso-ye form ; 

signed (Marriott), 16s. 

41 Theatrical scene : Two actors defying each other ; two sheets, Hoso-ye form ; 

signed (Harrison), 10s. 

KIYONAGA (Torii), 1752-1814. 

42 Segawa Kikunojo, as a young lady ; Hoso-ye ; signed (Cappell), £3. 

43 A modem beauty in the guise of Murasaki Shikibu ; medium, almost square ; 

one of a series Wakoku Bijin Ryakushu, " An Epitome of the beauties of 
Japan " ; signed (Cappell), £3 3s. 

44 Chidori Tamagawa : Two girls in a covered pleasure boat ; small size, almost 

square ; from a Mutsu Tamagawa series ; signed (Cappell), £2 8s. 

45 Hashirakake : A Tai-yu standing by a clothes rack ; signed (Tregaskis), £1 2s. 

SHUNMAN (Kubo), worked c. 1785-1815. 

46 The Koromo Tamagawa : A young lady and her maid : full size, upright ; one 

of a Tamagawa series ; signed, and sealed in red (E. Wilson), £3 8s. 

SHUNCHO (Katsugawa), worked c. 1770-1790. 

47 Viewing Hagi flowers : A group of three women ; medium, almost square ; 

signed (Randall), £1 12s. 

48 Hashirakake : A fishmonger cutting up a bonito ; signed (Harrison), £1. 

49 Hashirakake : Young woman with a fan ; signed, sealed Churin (Jones), 10s. 

50 Hashirakake : A woman raising the curtain of her bath room ; signed (Pun- 

nett), 18s. 

SHUNZAN (Kascgawa), worked c. 1776-1800. 

51 Furyu Kuruv.-a Manzai (refined Manzai (dance) in the Prostitute Quarter) ; 

full size, upright: signed (Kato), 18s. 

52 Ishiyama Aki no tsuki (Autumn moon at Ishiyama) ; medium, almost square ; 

signed (Kato), 16s. 

53 Chofu Tamagawa, without the Tama river : A washing day scene ; small, 

almost square ; signed (E. Wilson), 14s. 

UTAMARO (Kitagawa), 1754-1806. 

54 Yama-uba suckling Kintaro ; full-size, upright; signed (Punnett), £$. 

55 Yama-uba blackening her teeth ; full-size, upright ; without background ; 

signed (Kato), £1 6s. 

56 Konami Rikiya ; full-size, upright ; one of a set Ongyoku Hiyoku no Banzumi 

(a series of lovers of the drama) ; signed (Jones), 18s. 

57 Three women on a Dobashi ; full-size, upright ; probably a sheet from a 

triptych ; signed (Tregaskis), £2. 

58 Yosooi of Matsuba-ya on parade ; medium size, upright ; one of a series 

Seiro tetori hakkei (eight selections from the tea-houses) ; signed (Mar- 
chant), 14s. 



374 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

59 A picnic party ; full-size, upright ; one sheet of a triptych ; signed (Tregaskis) 

£Z2S. 

60 Niwaka Festival : Two girls seated ; the left-hand sheet of a triptych ; full-size, 

upright ; signed (Marchant), 18s. 

61 Shiratsuyu of Wakana-ya ; medium size, upright ; signed (Jones), 12s. 

62 The Chofu Tamagawa : A woman standing by the river ; full-size, upright; 

one of a set Furyu Mutsu Tamagawa ; signed (Whitehead), 14s. 

63 Oriye, wife of Hazama Jyutaro ; full-size, upright ; one of the series Chiushin 

Koshaku (story of the Loyal League) ; signed, dated Rat — 1804 (Jones), 
£1 23. 

64 Kite flying : A young lady passing two boys flying a kite ; medium size, 

upright ; wash background ; signed (Glasse), 8s. 

65 Izumo Miyage, " A present (or souvenir) from Izumo " ; full-size, upright, 

without background ; signed (Whitehead), 8s. 

66 Bridge and river scenery : Two women crossing a bridge ; full-size, oblong ; 

signed, rare (Jones), £1. 

67 Hashirakake : A dragon rising out of waves into a cloud of darkness ; signed 

(Jones), 10s. 

UTAMARO II, c. 1S07-1S35. 

68 Riverside view : A young woman seated on a low bamboo fence by a river- 

side ; medium size, oblong ; unsigned. — A Tanjaku : A woman seizing a 
man ; signed (Harrison), 13s. 

CHOKI (Yeishosai), worked c. 1773-1805. 

69 New Year procession : A group of three Tai-yu with two Kamuro behind ; 

full-size, upright ; signed (Jones), £1 103. 

70 Three tea-house women on the balcony of a house ; medium size, almost square ; 

one of a set Fuzoku Azuma no Asobi ; signed (Jones), 12s. 

MASAYOSHI (Kitao), 1761-1824. 

71 The Battle of Dan no Ura, A.D. 1185 ; full-size, oblong ; without margins 

or signature (Sherwood), 7s. 

YEISHI (Chobunsai), worked c. 1780-1805. 

72 Feeding a crane ; full-size, upright ; one of a series Gaku Tsurezure Gusa 

(old time stories) ; signed (Cappell), £1 14s. 

73 Tanabata, the weavers' festival : A lady in half kneeling position threading 

a needle ; full-size, upright, on a yellow ground ; one of a set, Furyu go 
Sekku, " Refined five festivals" ; signed (Kato), £1 8s. 

74 A young lady and maid going to the fields ; medium size, upright ; one of a 

set Shin Rok'kasen, " The new six poets," this being for Bunya no Yasuhide, 
whose portrait is inset in a small circle ; unsigned (Jones), 16s. 

75 Seiro Manzai Niwaka : A woman as Sambaso and two others as men with fans, 

all dancing, without background ; medium size, nearly square ; this one 
of the set being for the fifth month ; signed (Randall), £1 is. 

76 Hashirakake : Prince Genji sjated on a balcony ; one of a set Genji Yatsusbi 

(Genji disguised) (Kato), 18s. 

77 Hashirakake: A tea-house waitress; signed (James), 18s. 

78 Hashirakake: Kisegawa of Matsuba-ya ; signed (Higginbottom), 8s. 



March 6 and 7, 191 1. 375 

GOKYO, c. 1795. 
79 Komurasaki of Tama-ya on promenade ; full-size, upright ; signed Yeishi's 
pupil, Gokyo (Yamanaka), £1 18s. 

YEIRI (Hosoda), c. 1800. 
'80 Miyamairi (first visit to the temple) : A young Samurai ; medium, upright, 
on a yellow ground ; signed Yeiri (" drawn for fun ") (Yamanaka), 14s. 

YEISHO (Chokosai), c. 1800. 

81 Two women dancing ; full-size, upright ; signed (W. T. Lawrence), £1 2s. 

82 Shin Yoshiwara, Naka no cho (Middle Street, New Yoshiwara) : Night view ; 

an extra large sheet, oblong, printed in black and blue only ; signed (Jones), 
£1 as. 

YEISHIN (Choesai), c. 1800. 

83 Hanaogi of Ogi-ya and a Shinzo with a Kamuro ; full-size, upright ; signed 

(Jones), £1 2S. 

SHUNSEN (Katsugawa), worked c. 1790. 

84 Segawa Kikunojo, in female character ; Hoso-ye ; signed (Marriott), i8s- 

SHUNYEI (Katsugawa), 1769-1819. 

85 Theatrical scene : Iwai Hanshiro in female character, another actor in male 

character ; medium size, upright ; signed (Kato), 5s. 

86 The Oiran Umegaj-e ; Hoso-ye ; signed (Jones), gs. 

87 Sawamura Tanosuke in male character. — Ichikawa Yawozo as a man ; both 

Hoso-ye ; signed (Higginbottom), ns. 

88 Iwai Hanshiro as a woman. — Sawamura Sojuro as a man ; both Hoso-ye ; 

signed (Koto), 7s. 

89 Sawamura Sojuro as a monk in white dress. — An actor as an old woman 

(Harrison), 8s. 

90 Harugoma dance, triptych ; Hoso-ye ; signed (Yamanaka), £1 is. 

YEIRI (Rekisentei), worked c. 1780-1810. 

91 Osho, one of the Chinese paragons of filial piety ; small, almost square ; one 

of a series Furyu Ni-ju-shi Ko (refined twenty-four examples) ; signed 
(Tregaskis), £1. 

92 Sbiokumi (to draw up sea water) : Two women on the beach ; full-size, up- 

right ; signed (Kato), £1 10s. 

HOKUSAI (Katsushika), 1760-1849. 

93 Illustration of a poem by Tenchi Tenno : Scene of an autumn rice-field ; full- 

size, oblong ; one of " The Hundred Poems explained by the Nurse " ; 
first edition ; signed (Randall), £1 Ss. 

94 Tokaido Kanaya : Fuji seen from the Ford at Kanaya ; full-size, oblong ; 

one of the "Thirty-six views of Fuji"; first edition; signed (Jones), 
£1 6s. 

95 Enoshima : A cluster of houses surrounded by green woods ; full-size, oblong ; 

one of the " Thirty-six views of Fuji " ; first edition ; signed (Marriott), 
£2. 
■g6 Sumida gawa. Sekiya no Sato : Fuji from the village of Sekiya ; full-size, 
oblong ; one of the " Thirty-six views of Fuji " ; first edition ; signed 
(Punnett), £1 6s. 



376 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

97 Shonin Tozan : The ascent of Fuji by a party of pilgrims ; full-size, oblong ; 

one of the " Thirty-sis views of Fuji " ; first edition ; signed (Jones), 12s. 

98 Soshu : Schichi Ri ga hama, Fuji from the hills on the Seven Ri beach ; full- 

size, oblong ; one of the " Thirty-six views of Fuji " ; a late impression ; 
signed (Bateson), £2 2s. 

99 Fukagawa Hachiman-do : View of the principal gate of the Hachiman Temple- 

at Fukagawa ; full-size, oblong ; one of the Uki-ye or " bird's-eye \ iews " ; 
signed (Sherwood), 5s. 

TAITO (Katsushika), worked c. 1816-1853. 

100 A carp in a swirl of water ; signed. — Full-page of Harimaze Han, with carp in 

a stream, unsigned ; and Tortoises in black and white, by Yeben (Lee- 
Bros.), £1 is. 

SHIKIMARO (Tokeirix), worked c. 1790-1805. 

101 A falcon, standing on the Takahoko ; full-size, upright; signed (Higgin- 

bottom), 5s. 

KIYOMINE (Torii), 1786-186S. 

102 Hananoto of Yebi-ya seated on a low bench ; full-size, upright ; one of a set 

Seiro Shiki no Nagame (to sing of the four seasons of the tea-houses) 
signed (Marchant), 16s. 

CHIHARU (Takashima), 1776-1859. 

103 Girl dancing, in the costume of the early Genroku period ; extra large size- 

sheet ; unsigned (Cappel), £2 10s. 

TOYOHARU (Utagawa), 1733-18 14. 

104 Ukiye Oranda Koku Tonan Minato no zu : " View of a port in the south-east 

of the country of Holland" ; full-size, oblong; signed (Bateson), 10s. 

TOYOHIYO (Utagawa), 1773-1828. 

105 Gaku doji : " A boy musician " ; full-size, upright ; one of a series Ryukiu 

Jin no zu (drawing of Loochoo Men) ; signed (Kato), 9s. 

106 Tiger and bamboo, a study in black and grey ; full-size, upright ; signed 

(Tregaskis), 8s. 

107 Ushi no Taki Mairi, the magical ceremony (praying at the hour of the ox) ; 

medium, almost square ; signed (Cappel), £2 ros. 

TOYOKUNI (Utagawa), 1769-1825. 

108 The procession of ornaments, right hand sheet of a triptych : full-size, upright ; 

signed (Kato), 9s. 

109 Naka no Cho. Cherry-blossom Festival, right-hand sheet of a triptych ; full- 

size, upright ; signed (Whitehead), £1 12s. 
no In the bath-house: A girl cooling; full-size, upright; signed (Yamanaka) 

£1 4s. 
in A windy day: Right-hand sheet of a triptych; full-size, upright; signed: 

(Jones), 16s. 

112 The Tai-yu Agemaki of Matsuba-ya, with her lover Sukeroku ; full-size, up- 

right ; signed Toyokuni (Randall), 10s. 

113 Chiushingura, fourth scene ; Hoso-ye ; signed (Punnett), 7s. 

114 Theatrical scene : Iwai Kumejiro as a geisha and Ichikawa Omezo as a Samurai 

full-size, oblong ; Yoko-ye ; signed (Yamanaka), 5s. 



March 6 and 7, 191 r. 377 

115 Snow scene at Mukojima ; full-size, upright ; signed (Marchant), 8s. 

116 Tea-house scene, three sheets from a pentaptych ; full-size, upright; signed 

(Tregaskis), £1 12s. 

117 Theatrical scene: Bando Mitsugoro as Shinzaemon, and Ichikawa Omezo 

as Danzaburo ; full-size, upright ; signed (Randall), 5s. 
11S Sawamura Tozo as Dokenno Okichi ; full-length figure; signed. — An actor, 

in male character ; half-length figure ; signed (withdrawn). 
119 Theatrical scenes; both full-size, upright; signed (Lee Bros.), 6s. 

KUNISADA (Utagawa), 1795-1864. 
ISO Snow scene : A woman arranging her obi ; one of a 'series Nana Komachi ; 

full-size, upright. — A group of women washing linen in a stream ; full-size, 

oblong; both signed (Whitehead), 10s. 
I2i Fire-fly catching, triptych ; full-size ; upright ; signed (Cappel), £1 8s. 

KUNIYOSHI (Utagawa), 1797-1861. 

122 Tamura Watashi : View of the ferry at Tamura ; full-size, oblong ; signed 

(Punnett), £x 4s. 

123 Illustration of a poem by Onakatomi no Yoshinobu. — A windy day, with 

eight views of Lake Biwa. — A great wave, and Fuji beyond ; all signed 
(Punnett), £1 8s. 

KUNINAO (Utagawa), 1804-1843. 

124 Toto Ryogoku Meisho no Suzumi (celebrated view of evening cooling at 

Ryogoku, Yedo), triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed (Knight), 8s. 
YEIZAN (Kikugawa), worked c. 1800-1829. 

125 Half-length portrait of a beauty. — A woman by a snow Daruma. — A woman 

outside a house ; all full-size, upright ; signed (Marchant), 14s. 

126 Two beauties on an engawa. — Two women on a landing-stage ; both full-size, 

upright; signed (Lee Bros)., 9s. 

127 Oharame, women of Ohara who bring fire-wood into Yedo. — Plum viewing, 

two women and waitress in tea-house garden ; both full-size, oblong ; 
signed (Harrison), r3s. 

128 Furyu Sake Asobi san Bijin (refined three beauties and sake drinking sport), 

triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed, dated Dog 6 — 6th month, 1826 
(Yamanaka), 16s. 

129 Ladies on the Yatsuhashi, triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed (Higginbottom), 

14s. 

130 Gathering Iris, triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed (Tregaskis), £2. 

YEISEN (Kelsal), 1789-1851. 

131 Rain scene : Landscape with people under umbrellas ; oblong, about Hoso-ye 

size. — Nishikino of Ogi-ya, a blue print ; full-size, upright each signed 
(Hall), £1 2S. 

SHUXSEX (Kashosai), worked 1790-1829. 

132 Two landscapes : Women gathering clams ; full-size, oblong ; unsigned. — 

Picnic at Gotenyama ; narrow Yoko-ye ; signed (Whitehead), 17s. 

HIROSHIGE (Ichiryusai), 1796-1858. 

133 White cock and convolvulus ; large size Kwa Cho panel, first edition ; sigued 

(Tregaskis), £: 2s. 



378 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

134 Onaka-dori, a long- tailed bird on white plum ; large size Kwa Cho panel, 

second edition, with seal Sanoki han ; signed (Kato), 8s. 

135 Bullfinch and camelia ; large Kwa Cho panel, not first edition ; signed (Kato) , 

5S. 
130 Falcon and pine ; large size Kwa Cho panel without the seal of the original 
edition ; signed (Yamanaka), 8s. 

137 Two Kwa Cho panels ; both on one sheet ; signed (Jones), 6s. 

138 Shishi and Cub ; medium size panel ; signed. — Koi, a river carp swimming ; 

one of the second fish series ; signed (Kato), 8s. 

139 Oi Station in a snowstorm; full-size, oblong; one of the Kisokaido series, 

first edition ; signed (Randall), 13s. 

140 Kameyama : View of a valley in snow ; full-size, oblong ; one of the Tokaido 

series, first edition ; signed (Whitehead), 10s. 

141 Kambara : Evening snow at a hillside village; one of the Tokaido series, 

first edition ; signed (Game), 13s. 

142 Oiso. Rain scene : The approach to the village ; one of the Tokaido series, 

first edition ; signed (Marchant), 6s. 

143 Yoshiwara : View of a curving road ; one of the Tokaido series, first issue 

of the first edition ; signed Hiroshige (Tregaskis), £3 18s. 

144 Yokkaichi : View of the backwater and marshes of the Sancho river. — Tsuchi 

Yama ; both from the Tokaido series ; signed (Sherwood), 6s. 

145 Akasaka : View of the quadrangle of a guest house ; from the Tokaido series, 

first edition. — Kyoto : View of the Long Bridge Third Avenue ; from 
the Tokaido series, a late issue ; both signed (Marchant), 5s. 

146 Nihon Bashi : Rain scene, with Fuji in the distance ; full-size, oblong ; one 

of the Yedo Meisho series, first edition, with Kikakudo seal on the margin. — 
Yoshiwara, Yuki no asa (a snowy morn, Yoshiwara) ; one of the Yedo 
Meisho series, second edition, with seal of Sano-ya Kihei ; both signed 
(Sherwood), 7s. 

147 Four Tokaido views, oblong ; Narumi, with view of the shop where shibori 

is sold ; Yokkaichi, with travellers r