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Art Prices Current. Advertisements. 



=Original= 
Etchings 

hy 

D. Y. CAMERON, A.R.S.A., R.W.S. 

WILLIAM WALKER 

ZORN 

EUGENE B£jOT, RE. 

WILLIAM HOLE, R.S.A., R.E. 

E. M. SYNGE, A.R.E. 

ANDREW F. AFFLECK 

N. SPARKS, R.E 

and others. 

nAlways on View at 

James Connell & Sons 

47 01dBondSt.,London,W. 

And at 31, RENFIELD STREET, GLASGOW 



Advertisements. Art Prices Current. 



FRANK T. SABIN. 



FINE AND RARE ENGRAVINGS. 

PICTURES, MINIATURES, 

DRAWINGS, BOOKS, AUTOGRAPHS, &c. 



172, New Bond Street, 

LONDON, W. (Only Address.) 
Telegrams : "Sabinus." ^ Telephone: 5547, Mayfaip. 



The Baillie Gallery 



13 BRUTON STREET 
BOND STREET, W. 



MODERN PICTURES 
DRAWINGS, ETCHINGS, &c. 
CHINESE PAINTINGS AND 
PORCELAIN MARTIN WARE 



Important Exhibitions ^ One-man and other 

held periodically - - Exhibitions arranged 

throuEThout the Year Terms on application : : : '• 



ART PRICES CURRENT 

1911-12. 



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



INDEX TO ARTISTS' AND 
ENGRAVERS' NAMES AND 
TO THE TITLES AND SUBJECTS 
SOLD- 



Edited by 
G. INGRAM SMYTH. 



VOLUME V. 



London 



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



Advertisements. Art Prices Current. 



THE DORE GALLERIES 

35, New Bond Street, W. 

Telephone: Gerrard 4534. Telegrams: " Fishburn, London.' 



PICTURES 

DRAWINGS 

ORIGINAL ETCHINGS 
AND ENGRAVINGS 

BRONZES DART 

of the Highest Class 



The Tate Gallery 
of Fine Art 

PICTURE RESTORATION 
AND ARTISTIC FRAMING 



18 PERCY STREET 

Tottenham Court Rd. 

LONDON, W. Established 1838 



^6 IS" 



W p. WILSTAGH COLLECTIOM. 



CONXENXS. 

PAGE 

Preface xix 

List of Sales xxi 

Index : — 

Drawings 6oi — 653 

Pictures 657 — 737 

Engravings : — 

Artists ...... 741 — 769 

Engravers ..... 773 — 838 



Advertisements. Art Prices Current. 

ESTABLISHED 1854 

By Special Appointment to 

His Majesty the King. ^ j, Q^^^n Alexandra 

Her Majesty the gm^>j>^ and the late 

**°®®°' ^HjES King Edward VU. 



Cable Address : tit-m-itmit ^ ^ ^ , . 

" REWOP " For the W^^ ^-O' Telephone : 

Colonies and U.S.A. N°- ^^5 VICTORIA. 



W. M. Power, mrsa , 

'^I(estorer and Preserloer 
of Old Pictures 

Frame Specialist 

'Dealer and Expert. 

Victoria Galleries 

123, VICTORIA STREET 
WESTMINSTER, S.W. 



Write for Brochure on the Preservation of 
Paintings, Post Free. 



Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908, Highest Award, 

Grand Prix. 

Exposition Uaiverselle, Brussels, 1910, Hors Concours and 

Member of Jury. 

Festival of Empire, Crystal Palace, 1911, Hors Concours and 
Member of Jury. 



V. 



Preface to Volume V. 



The Fifth Volume contains nearly eighty 
additional pages of Index compared with 
Volume IV, occasioned mainly by the larger 
number of Prints sold during the year. A few 
small errors, such as it is practically impossible 
to avoid altogether in a work of this nature, 
crept into Volume IV, and care has been taken 
to prevent their repetition. 

We shall be glad to be notified of any errors 
in the present Volume, with a view to their 
elimination in Volume VI. 



Advertisements. Art Prices Current. 






ESTABLISHED i794- 
Telephone : Gerrard 1561. Telegrams : " Puttickdom, Westrand, London." 

Puttick & Simpson 

AUCTIONEERS 
47, LEICESTER SQUARE 

Hold at the above address frequent sales of 

Engravings Books 

China Silver 

Decorative Property Antique Furniture 

Jewellery Coins 

Postage Stamps Musical Instruments 

Japanese Prints Paintings 

Valuers sent to all parts of the country to advise as to the best means 
of obtaining the highest price for the above-mentioned property. 

SALES ON THE PREMISES WHEN DESIRABLE. 

Valuations and Inventories for Proi>ate, Fire insurance and Distribution 

v..^ 



A.W.WILDE&GO 



:: A LARGE SELECTION OF :: 

WATER COLOURS 

by Modern and Early English Artists 

:: MEZZOTINTS :: 

Old and Modern, in Colours and 
Monochrome, always on view 

The mount STREET GALLERIES 

89, MOUNT STREET, 
QROSVENOR SQUARE, LONDON, W. 



LIST OF SALES. 

PAGE 

October io, 1911. (P.) 
Engravings, Arundel Society Publications, etc. . 1 

October 20, 191 1. (P.) 
Engravings, Etchings, Arundel Society Publications, 
etc., including property of H.H. Princess Victor 
Duleep Singh, and the late Hugh Thomson, Esq. . 4 

November i and 2, 191 1. (5.) 
Engravings, Etchings, and Woodcuts, property of 
the late James S. Burra, Esq., Ashford, Kent, 
including Ecthings by Rembrandt, Mezzotint and 
other Portraits, and Modem Etchings ; and Mezzo- 
tints, Etchings, etc., the property of A. A. de Pass, 
Esq., Falmouth ...... 10 

November 3, 1911. (P.) 
Engravings, Mezzotint Portraits, and Baxter Prints. 20 

November 7, 191 1. (P.) 
Etchings and Engravings . . . . .69 

November 13 and 14, 1911. (5.) 
Japanese Colour Prints, the property of A. C. Taylor, 
Esq., Uppingham ; etc. . . . . .74 

November 17, 1911. (P.) 
Mezzotints, Sporting Prints, etc. . . . .82 

November 18 and 20, 1911. (C.) 
Modern Pictures and Drawings, portion of the "stock 

of Mr. W. W. Sampson, 13, Air Street, W. . . 26 

November 25, 1911. (C.) 
Portraits in Oils, Drawings and Pictures . . 35 

November 27, 1911. (C.) 
Modem Pictures and Drawings, the property of the 
late Judge Bacon, i, Lancaster Gate Terrace, W. . % ^42 

The capital letters in italics after dates of Sales denote : 
C — Messrs. Christie's, 5 = Messrs. Sotheby, Wilkinson 
and Hodge, P = Messrs. Puttick & Simpson. 



LIST OF SALES. 



November 27 and 28, 1911. (5.) 
Engravings, Etchings, etc., including property of the 
late Dr. Watson, Norwich ; Mrs. Verity, 27, 
Lowndes Square, S.W. ; etc. .... 85 

November 28, 191 1. (C.) 
Modem Etcliings and Engravings, tlie property of 
the late Judge Bacon ; Engravings of the Early 
English School, property of the late Mrs. C. A. 
Buxton, 24, Wetherby Gardens, S.W. ; etc. . 48 

November 30, 1911. (P.) 
Modern Etchings and Engravings . . . -93 

November 30 and December i, 191 i. (5.) 
Japanese Colour Prints, property^ of the late Judge 

Satow ........ 97 

December i, 191 i. (P.) 
Mezzotints (including Portraits), Sporting Prints, etc. 103 

December 3, 191 1. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, including the properties of 
the late Sir James Laing, Cornhill-on-Tweed, 
Northumberland ; J. A. Game, Esq. ; etc. . 54 

December 4, 191 1. (C) 
Pictures and Drawings, including property of the 
late Ebenezer Homan, Esq. .... 59 

December 8, 191 1. (S.) 
Engravings, Etchings and Drawings, the property 
of Capt. W. S. Home Drummond Moray, Blair 
Drummond, N.B. ...... 106 

December 9, 191 1. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, including the property of 
the late^W. Boulton, Esq., Eustone, Oxon . 64 

December ii, 191 i. (C.) 
Drawings and Pictures . . . . .110 

December 16, 191 1. (C) 
Pictures and Drawings, including properties of the 
late G. E. Dering, Esq. ; W. B. Wilberforce, 
Esq. ; the late Mrs. J. M. Burn ; the late Countess 
de Noailles ; the late Edward Dicey, C.B. ; Sir 
George Chetwynd, Bart. ; etc. . . . .115 



LIST OF SALES. 



December 19, 1911. (C.) 

The remaining works of the late Ernest Crofts, R.A., 
and Pictures and Drawings by other Artists . 121 

December 19, 1911. (S.) 

Japanese Colour Prints, the property of E. Foxwell, 
Esq. (Professor of Economics at the Imperial 
University of Tokyo, 1896-99) . . . .125 

December 20, 1911. (C) 
Pictures and Drawings ..... 128 

December 21, 191 1. (P.) 
Mezzotints, Arundel Society Publications, etc. . 134 

January 5, 1912, (P.) 

Etchings and Engravings, including property of the 
late John Anderson, Esq., Polio kshields . . 137 

January 18 and 19, 1912. (P.) 

Engravings, Baxter Prints, Arundel Society Publica- 
tions, etc. ....... 140 

January 20 and 22, 1912. (C.) 

Pictures and Drawings, including the collection of 
the late S. D. Schloss, Esq., 30, Leinster Square, W. 144 

January 24, 1912. (C.) 
Mezzotint Portraits, and Engravings, in colours . 152 

January 27, 1912. (C.) 

Pictures and Drawings, including property of the 
late Joshua Alexander, Esq. . . . .157 

January 29, 1912. (5.) 
Engravings, including English Historical and Foreign 
Portraits and Miscellaneous Engravings, the pro- 
perty of the late Lieut.-Colonel H. S. Drummond, 
of Blair Drummond . . . . .163 

February 2, 1912. (P.) 
Engravings, Etchings, and Baxter Prints . .166 

February 3, 1912. (C) 
Pictures and Drawings . . . . .169 



LIST OF SALES. 



February 5, 1912. (C) 
Pictures and Drawings, including property of the 
late Lady Colin Campbell ; the late Andrew 
Tucker Square}^ Esq. ; the late Sir Hugh Gilzean 
Reid ; etc. . . . . . . ,174 

February 10, 1912. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, property of the late Mr. 
Lesser Lesser, 14, Westboume Terrace, W. . 178 

February 12, 1912. (C.) 
Drawings, including a large number of works by 
Rowlandson . . . . . . .184 

February 12, 1912. (5.) 
Engravings, Etchings, Sporting Prints, and Arundel 
Society Publications . . . . . .188 

February 16, 1912. (P.) 
Engravings, Baxter Prints, etc. . . . ' . 193 

February 17, 19 and 20, 1912. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, the property of the late 
W. S. Hoare, Esq., Croft Lodge, Highgate Road . 197 

February 20, 1912. (P.) 
Japanese Colour Prints ..... 209 

February 23, 1912. (S.) 
Engravings, Pictures and Drawings, including pro- 
perty of Mrs. Coltart, Birkenhead, and part of the 
Townshend Heirlooms . . . . .210 

February 24, 1912. (C.) 
Pictures, Drawings, Pastels and Engravings, the 
property of Sir George Chetwynd, Bart., Grendor 
Hall, Atherstone . . . . . .214 

February 26, 1912. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, including properties of the 
late Colonel Josiah Wilkinson, and the late Mr. 
G. P. Stannage, Rutland House, London Road, 
Leicester ........ 220 

March i, 1912. (P.) 
Engravings ........ 225 



LIST OF SALES. 



March 2 and 4, 1912. (C.) 

Pictures and Drawings, the property of Sir Bruce W. 
Seton ........ 228 

March 4 and 5, 1912. (5.) 
Engravings and Etchings . . . . -235 

March 5, 6, 7 and 8, 1912. (C.) 

Original Drawings, by Carlo Pellegrini, Leslie Ward, 
James Tissot, Theobald Chartran, etc., reproduc- 
tions of which were published in Vanity Fair be- 
tween January, 1869 to 1889 . . ... 239 

March 9, 1912. (C.) 

Pictures and Drawings, the property of the late 
Edward Atkinson, Esq., Rosebank, Fowey . 268 

March ii, 1912. (C.) 

Pictures and Drawings, including properties of the 
late Sir Thomas Lucas, Bart., Heatherwood, Ascot, 
and the late Mrs. C. E. Warden, Sunmount Hall, 
Gosforth ........ 273 

March 12, 1912. (C.) 

Engravings, including properties of the late Dame 
Charlotte Russell, and R. O. Smith, Esq., i. Stan- 
hope Terrace, Hyde Park, W. . . . .277 

March 13, 1912. (S.) 
Engravings . . . . . . . .281 

March 14 and 15, 1912. (P.) 

Baxter Prints and Engravings, including property 
of A. Goodwin Stubbs, Esq., Broxbourne, Herts . 282 

March 16, 1912. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings ..... 285 

March 18, 1912. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings ..... 290 

March 19, 1912. (C.) 

Etchings, Mezzotints, and Drawings, including the 
property of the late Mr. Herbert Henrj^ Lepper . 295 



LIST OF SALES. 



March 23, 1912. (C.) 

Pictures and Drawings, including properties of the 
late Sir William James Farrer, Sandhurst Lodge, 
Berks ; and the late Charles Lock Eastlake, Esq., 
41, Leinster Square, W. ..... 300 

March 25, 1912. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings ..... 306 

March 25, 1912. (S.) 
Engravings and Etchings . . . . .311 

March 25, 26 and 27, 1912. (5.) 
Japanese Prints, the property of James Orange, Esq. 
(late of Hong Kong), and of Dr. T. C. Thornicraft 
(of Kobe, Japan) . . . . . .312 

March 30, 1912. (C) 
Pictures and Drawings, including properties of the 
late Miss J. M. Worth, Boscombe, Hants, and the 
late John Glas Sandeman, Esq., 73, Sussex Gar- 
dens, W. ....... 325 

April i, 1912. (C.) 
Engravings and Etchings . . .... 330 

April i and 2, 1912. (S.) 
Mezzotints, Engravings, and Etchings, including 
English and Foreign Historical Portraits, including 
properties of the late P. W. Boulton, Esq., and Dr. 
Ridley, Croydon ...... 335 

April 15, 1912. (C) 
Pictures and Drawings . . . . . 344 

April ig, 1912. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, property of the late Lord 
Blantyre, Erskine, Bishopton, Renfrewshire . 349 

April 19, 1912. (P.) 
Engravings (including Portraits) .... 354 

April 22, 1912. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, including property of the late 
Nathaniel R. H. Hunjphreys, Esq., Nutboume, 
Bournemouth ....... 357 



LIST OF SALES. 



April 23, 1912. (C.) 
Etchings and Engravings, including property of the 
late Charles J. Wertheimer, Esq., 21, Norfolk 
Street, Park Lane, W. . . . . .362 

April 26, 1912. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, including property of the late 
John Gunn, Esq., M.A., F.G.S., the late Edward 
Dicey, Esq., C.B., and Cosmo Bonsor, Esq, . 366 

April 29, 1912. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, including property of the late 
Edward John Poole, Esq., 2. Sussex Gardens, W. . 372 

May I TO 9, igi2. (5.) 
Japanese Colour Prints, the property of Sir Frank 
Swettenham, G.C.M.G. ..... 377 

May 3, 1912. (C.) 
Modern Pictures and Water-Colour Drawings, the 
property of Captain John Audley Harvey, The 
Antlers, Elsworthy Road, N.W. . . . 397 

May 6, 1912. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, including property of the 
late Mrs. Ellen Penn, The Cedars, Lee, Kent . 402 

May 7, 1912. (P.) 
Engravings . . . . . . . .407 

May 10, 191 2. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, including properties of the 
late Hon. W. Lowther, Lowther Lodge, Kensing- 
ton Gore, S.W. ; the late Col. W. B. R. Hall, Fort 
Rose, Ross-shire ; The Staffordshire General 
Infirmary ; and the late Charles J. Wertheimer, 
Esq., 21, Norfolk Street, Park Lane, W. . . 409 

May 14 AND 15, 1912. (5.) 
Pictures and Drawings, including property of Sir 
William Worsley, Bart., Hovingsham Hall, York . 415 

May 17, 1912. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings . . . . .421 

May 17, 1912. (P.) 
The Collection of Baxter Prints formed by F. G. 
Thompson, Esq., Wimbledon Common ; and other 
Engravings and Etchings ..... 425 



LIST OF SALES. 



May 20, 1912. (C) 
Drawings and Pictures, property of the late Arthur 
Kennedy, Esq., 4, Cambridge Terrace, Regent's 
Park, N.W 429 

May 21, 1912. (C.) 
Etchings, Mezzotints, etc. ..... 434 

May 30, 1912. (S.) 
Modem Etchings, Sporting Prints, etc., including 
properties of Sir James Dale, Park Close, Engle- 
field Green, and Dr. Howard Jones, 226, Goswell 
Road, E.C. ....... 438 

May 31, 1912. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, the property of the late Sir 
Edward J. Harland, Bart. .... 440 

May 31, 1912. (P.) 
Engravings and Arundel Society Publications . 445, 

June 3, 1912. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, including property of the 
late John James Griffiths, Esq., The Grange, 
Highbury, N. ...... . 447 

June 3, 4 and 5, 1912. (5.) 
Japanese Colour Prints ..... 452 

June 7, 1912. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, including property of the 
late D. C. Yule, Esq., and S. H. Cowper-Coles, Esq. 458 

June 10, 1912. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings ..... 464 

June ii, 1912. (C.) 
Etchings and Engravings, including property of J. 
W. Macalister, Esq., Great Western Road, Glasgow 470 

June 12, 1912. (P.) 
Modem Etchings and Engravings ; and some Baxter 
Prints, the property of Mrs. Lomond Barker, Old 
Shirley, Southampton ..... 474 

June 14, 1912. (C) 
Pictures and Drawings, the property of G. N. Stevens, 

Esq.,' Kenwolde Court, Virginia Water . . 477 



LIST OF SALES. 



June 17, 1912. (C) 

Pictures and Drawings, including properties of the 
late Mrs. Beresford Melville, 32, Grosvenor Gar- 
dens, S.W., and the late G. Dunn, Esq., WooUey 
Hall, Maidenhead . . . . . ,481 

June 17 and 18, 1912. (5.) 

Engravings, Etchings, and Drawings, including pro- 
perties of the late E. F. Davison, Esq., New York ; 
A. C. Drummond, Esq., 4, Down Street, W. ; R. A. 
Potts, Esq., 14, St. James' Terrace, N.W. ; the 
late Rear-Admiral Edward Middleton, U.S.N., 
Washington, D.C. ; and Sir William Worsley, 
Hovingham Hall, Yorks . . . . .487 

June 19, 1912. (S.) 

Etchings forming part of the Collection of Sir 

Frederick Wedmore ...... 493 

June 21, 1912. (C) 
Pictures and Drawings, including property of the 
late J. Ruston, Esq., Monk's Manor, Lincoln ; 
J. Duncan Smith, Esq., Edinburgh ; and the late 
Col. F. A. White, Castor House, Peterborough . 496 

June 21, 1912. (5.) 

Engravings ; and Drawings by W. Van der Velde, 

jun. . . . . . . . . 502 

June 24, 1912. (C) 

Pictures and Drawings, including Sporting Pictures, 

the property of the Victoria Club, Ltd. . . 503 

June 26, 1912. (S.) 

Mezzotint Portraits, the property of "A Private 
Collector " . . . . . . . 508 

June 27, 1912. (C.) 
Engravings, including Portraits of Naval Officers, the 
property of Admiral Sir Wilmot Fawkes, etc. . 513 

June 28, 1912. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, including properties of 
George Colvin White, Esq. ; and the late A. C. 
Bryant, Esq. . . . . . . .518 



LIST OF SALES. 



June 28, 1912. (P.) 
Engravings, including property of J. Hunter Blair, 
Esq. ........ 522 

July 2, 3 and 4, 1912. (5.) 
Japanese Colour Prints, the property of Thomas B. 
Blow, Esq., The Chalet, Welwyn ; and Kyoto, 
Japan 525 

July 5 and 8, 1912. (C) 
Drawings and Pictures, the property of the late Jolxa 
Edward Taylor, Esq., 20, Kensington Palace 
Gardens, W. ....... 532 

July 8, 1912. (5.) 
Pictures and Drawings, including properties of 
Maurice Lyons, Esq., Westminster Palace Gardens, 
W. ; and Lady Muir MacKenzie . . . 541 

July 12, 1912. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings ..... 546 

July 12 and 15, 1912. (P.) 
Engravings, American Views and Battles, Etchings, 

etc. 551 

July 15 and 16, 1912. (C.) 
Engravings, including Turner's Liber Studioru^n, 
extra and unpublished plates . . . -555 

July 19, 1912. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, property of the late Miss 

Mary Ann Driver, Sunninghill, Berks . . . 563 

July 22 and 23, 1912. (5.) 
Mezzotints and Etchings, including property of the 
late Edward Latchford, Esq., Pen-y-wem Road, 
Earl's Court, S.W 569 

July 24, 1912, (C.) 
Etchings -575 

July 25, 1912. (5.) 
Engravings, Etchings, and Lithographs, including 
property of the late Richard Wyatt, Esq., Milton 
Place, Surrey . . . . . . -578 



LIST OF SALES. 



July 26, 1912. (C.) 

Pictures and Drawings, including properties of the 
late Mrs. T. S. Kennedy, Wetherby, Yorks ; the 
late A. G. Gillespie, Esq. ; and the late Mrs. Lucy 
Dancocks, 65, Tregunter Road, S.W. . . . 382 

July 29 and 30, 1912. (5.) 

Engravings, Drawings, and Etchings, including pro- 
perty of Charles Baxter, Esq., 15, Blomfield Road, 
Maida Hill, W 587 

August i and 2, 1912. (P.) 
Mezzotints, Aquatints, and Etchings . . . 595 



C?^ £elce$ter Galleries 

LEICESTER SQ., LONDON 

ERNEST BROWN & PHILLIPS, Proprietors 



PURCHASERS OF AND DEALERS IN 

PICTURES, DRAWINGS 
AND ENGRAVINGS 

OF THE HIGHEST CLASS 



SPECIALISTS IN ETCHINGS 

. . By WHISTLER, HADEN, COROT, MILLET, . . 
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EXHIBITIONS OF THE BEST MODERN WORK 

HELD THROUGHOUT THE YEAR 



Art Prices Current. Advertisements. 



Dowdeswell and 
Dowdeswells Ld. 

Publishers of 
Original Etchings by : 

Albany Howarth, Oliver Hall, 

Ernest Lumsden, Frank Mason, 

Mortimer Menpes, A. P. Thomson, 

Hon. Walter James, Murray Smith, 

Percy Robertson, Reginald Taylor, etc., etc 

Dealers in Fine Modern Prints 

160 New Bond St., London 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



October lo, 191 1. Puttick & Simpson. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

59 Moraiag after tha storm, by VV. Ward, after Bigg, mezzotiat (Boys), £i 4s. 
63 Plates (17) from Boydeil's Shakespeare (Holt), £1 las. 

83 Sir Watkin Williams Wyan, by W. Say, after Jackson, proof, mezzotiat 
(Reynolds), igs. 

94 Les Mtire aad Les Prinasvers, by A. Legrand, after W. Hamilton, ia colours, 

a pair (A. E. Ward), £5 5s. 

95 Lady Erskine, by J. Johnson, after A. Ramsey, mezzotint (Gale), 13s. 

99 Mr. J. Purkis, Junr., Professor of Music, by W. Say, after J. Vaughaa, mezzo- 
tint (Thornton), 53. 

107 Lord Ashburton, by Bartolozzi, and Lord Thurlow, by the same (Webber), £z. 

108 Alexander, Lord Loughborough, by J. Grozer, after Re>'nolds, open-letter proof, 

mezzotint (Webber), £1. 

109 Shrimps, by Bartolozzi, after Hogarth (Crofts), 5s. 

no Sir Nicolas Tindal, Lord Chief Justice of Common Pleas, by H. Cousins, after 
T. Phillips, proof mezzotint, and one other (Webber), 9s. 

114 Baxter, Ascent of Mount Blanc, etc. (Britnell), £1. 

115 Baxter, The ninth hour, etc. ( ), 17s. 

116 Baxter, Needle box prints (ten and two sheets) (Hargreaves), £t 4s. 
rt7 Baxter, Paul and Virginia, and Vah-Ta-ah (Britnell), 8s. 

irS Baxter, Queen Victoria, and one other (Britnell), Ss. 

it9 Baxter, The bride (Britnell), 7s. 

120 Baxter, Wesley, proof, and Sir Robert Peel (Hargreaves), 7s. 

137 Fancy subject, by Beljambe, after Leroy, in colours, oval (Adams), £1 5s. 

139 The wise and foolish virgins, by V. Green ; Macbeth, by Earlom ; and A lion, 
by Daniell, mezzotints (Keats), £t: ts. 

141 A river scene in Devonshire, by David Lucas, mezzotint (Keats), 143. 

142 Liverpool Grand National, 1839, by and after J. Harris, aquatints, in colours, 

a pair (Keats), £1 15s. 

143 Hyde Park Corner — Kennington Gate — The Cock, at Sutton, and The Lord 

Nelson Inn, at Cheam, by J. Harris, after J. Pollard, a set of four aquatints 
in colours, cut close (Keats), £3 5s. 

144 The sailor's farewell, by Brown, after Bunbury, and Boy Asleep, after De 

Koster ( ), 3s. 

145 Innocent recreation, by Bonnefoy, in colours ( ), £t 8s. 

150 Miss Bowles, by Francis S. Walker, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint, 

in colours (Ridley), 8s. 

151 Madame Recamier, by Will Henderson, ditto (Jacobs), gs. 
T53 Duchess of Devonshire, by the same, ditto (Batty), £1 is. 

153 Mrs. Scott Moncrieff, by the same, ditto (Ridley), los. 

154 Cottage Girl, by T. G. Appleton, after Gainsborough, ditto (Ridley), ris. 

155 Brighton chain pier, by W. L. WylUe, signed proof (Watkins), £1 8s. 

156 The old mill, by Krostavitz, after Crome, signed remarque proof on vellum 

(Ridley), £1 2S. 

157 Cinderella, by Herbert Dicksee, signed proof on vellum (Ridley). £1 is. 

158 His Majesty, by the same, ditto (Ridley), 8s. 

159 Salisbury Cathedral, by Norman Hirst, mezzotint signed proof (Ridley), £2 2S. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



160 Viking's daughter, by Herbert Dicksee, signed proof, on vellum (Hendricks), 

£2 8s. 

161 An offer of marriage, by A. Mongin, after W. Dendy Sadler, signed remarque 

proof (Hendricks), £j. 

164 Sporting anecdotes, after Aiken, in colours (10), and eight others (Ramage), 

165 Muscipula, by Samuel Cousins, signed artist's proof (Hendricks), 13s. 

ARUNDEL SOCIETY. 

176 Giotto, S. Francis preaching before Pope Honorius HI, and Pinturicehio, 

Piccolomiiii receiving the Cardinal's hat ( ), i6s. 

T77 Perugino, The Transfiguration — Pinturicehio, Christ among the Doctors and 

Nativity of Our Lord (Dobell), £2 7s. 6d. 

178 Giotto, Dante — Vinci (L. da). Virgin and Child, and two others ( ), £4 15s. 

r8o Memling, Hans, Nativity of Our Lord and Presentation in the Temple, and S. 

John the Baptist and S. Veronica (RimeU), £1 6s. 

181 Memling, Hans, The Set of the altarpiece, nine chromolithographs ( ), £2 5s. 

182 Eyck, Van, The set of the altarpiece (except Adam and Eve), eighteen chromo- 

lithographs (HoDiday), £S los. 



r85 Cherubim, by Bartolozzi, aiter Peters, in colours (Boys), 9s. 

186 The spirit of a child, and companion, by and after the.saine, in coloiu-s, a pair 

(Boys), i8s. 

187 The resurrection of a pious family, by and after the same, in colours (Brail), 

13s. 

188 The mask, in colours, published by W. AUen (Hayne), £$ 5s. 

189 Awake, and Sleep, drawn and engraved by A. Freschi, a pair, in colours( Hayne), 

£11 OS. 6d. 

190 Children gathering apples, by Meadows, after WestaU, in colours (F. Sabin), 

£5 5S. 

191 Princess Amelia, by Bartolozzi, after Laurence, in brows (Dudley), 15s. 

192 A widow, by LeviUy, after J. R. Smith, in colours (Venning), 17s. 6d. 

193 Mrs. Cosway, by Bartolozzi, after R. Cosway, in brown ( ), £1 2s. 6d. 

195 The plough, by and after V. Green, in colours (Harvey), £1 is. 

196 Golfers at Blackheath, after Abbott, in colours (Boys), 16s. 

197 Henry and Emma, by Bartolozzi, after J. Opie, in colours (Blythe), £4. 4s. 

198 The English fireside ar.d The French fireside, by AnseU, after Tomkins, pair of 

ovals, in colours (F. Sabin), £29 8s. 

199 Mrs. Billington, by J. Ward, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint (Harvey), 

£2 5S. 

201 Shooting, by W. Woollett, after G. Stubbs, a se^ of four, on strainers (Crewe), 

£3 17s. 6d. 

202 Storming and attacking the Fort Oswego, by R. HaveU, after J. Hewit*, 

aquatints, in colours, varnished (AUinson), £3. 
2C3 Boyhood's reverie (Master Lambton), by Samuel Cousins, after Sir Tbos. 
Lawrence, mezzotint (Venning), £1 12s. 6d. 

204 Shepherds reposing, by W. Bond, after Morland (Boys), 14s. 

205 Baxter, The love letter and The letter box, a pair (BritneD), £4. 

208 The corn bin, and Door of a village inn, after Morland, mezzotints, in colours 

(Rice), £3 IDS. 

209 Lady and child, by Conde, after Cosway (Venning), £1. 

210 Rabbit shooting, after Morland, in colours (Keats), £1 12s. 6d. 



October lo, 1911. 



211 Gathering apples, after Hamilton, in colours ( ), £2. 

212 Fox hunting, after Pollard, in colours, a set of four (Keats), £2 los. 

213 Summer's and Winter's amusement, by Gaugain, after Hamilton, in colours, 

ovals, a pair (Rimell), £3 los. 

214 The noble tips, plate i, by Hunt, after Turner, in colours (Burton), £1 los. 

217 Napoleon and Madame Josephine in the garden at Malmaison, and three others, 
all drawn and engraved by George Cruikshank, in colours (Hutchins), 
£1 lOS. 

223 Fishing, aft«r Pollard, aquatints in colours, a pair ( ), i8s. 

237 A pair of aquatint views, by and after Rouse, in coloxirs (Kent), £i is. 

240 Rubens and Helena, his second wife, by Maile, after Rubens, mezzotints in 

colours, a pair (Apthorp), £2 7s. 6d. 

241 Baxter, The parting look (Hargreaves), £3 5=. 

242 Trotting horse. Lady Hampton, by C. Hunt, after Herring, in colours (Har- 

greaves), £1 5S. 

243 Niobe, by W. WooUett (Hargreaves), £1 is. 

244 Martha Gunn, the Brighton bather, by W. Nutter, ctfter Russell (Milbank) , 

i8s. 

245 Gibraltar, by j. Emes, after J. Jeffreys (Milbank), 12s. 

246 Lady Manners, by Knight, after Reynolds (Milbank), £1 12s. 6d. 

248 Andrew Barnard, after Lawrence, nlezzotint ; and Portrait of a Gentleman, 

by Whistler, hthogiaph ( ), 5s. 

249 Military incidents, after Newhouse, in colours (Hay), i8s. 

250 Duchess of Marlborough and child, by J. Watson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 

first state, mezzotint (Brail), £1 12s. 6d. 

255 The Midsummer Night's Dream, by S. Cousins, after Landseer, mezzotint, 

signed proof (Thomas), £4. 

256 The minuet, by S. Cousins, after Millais, two copies, and The order of release, 

by and after the same, signed proofs (Thomas), £1 2s. 
261 The kiss, by H. Scott Bridgewater, after J. B. Greuze, signed proof (Hartley), 
17s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



October 20, 191 1. Puttick & Simpson. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

It Loadoa. View of docks, by Havell, ia colours (Rimell), £i. 

19 Cameron, D. Y., St. Enoch's Ctmrch, Glasgow (Conaell), £i tos. 

20 Cameron, D. Y., Amboise (Allen), £i 17s. 6d. 

21 Cameron, D. Y., St. Enoch's Church, the Apse, (Connell), £r los. 
52 Highmore, Conversation pieces, a set of four (Clarke), 15s. 

55 Kaufiman, Achilles and Ulysses, Hector and Paris, a pair (Clarke), I2S. 
67 Early railways, in colours, by Bury, very scarce (Parker), £3 155. 
74 Cooper (Henderson), The Royal Leeds Mail, and Companion, aquatints in 
colours, a pair, framed (Rimell), £5 5s. 

88 The poacher's progress, by C. Turner, after C. Blake, printed in colours, 8 

plates, ob. fol. ( ), £63. 

89 Vice-Admiral Sir Andrew Mitchell, by G. Dawe, after Bowyer, mezzotint 

(Parker), £5 los. 

90 Capt. George DuS of the Royal Navy, by Dawe, after Raebum, mezzotint 

(Parker), £14 3s. 6d. 

91 Sir Roger Curtis, by Caldwell, after W. Hamilton, stipple (Rimell), £r 15s. 

92 Rear Admiral Lord Hood, by J. Jones, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint 

(Parker), £2 los. 

93 Warren Hastings, by \V. Say, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, mezzotint (Maggs), 

£4 6s. 

94 Joseph Hanson, a commander of the Manchester and Salford Ri3e Regiment, 

by Clint, after Allingham, mezzotint (Rimell), £1 los. 

95 Lieut.-General Sir Thomas Maitland, by Lupton, after Hoppner, mezzotint 

(Davis), £2 15s. 

96 Genl. Sir VVm. Fawcett, by J. Ward, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint, 

(Maggs), £2 I2S. 6d. 

97 Lord Lynedock, by Thos. Hodgetts, after Lawrence, mezzotint (Parker), 

£1 2S. 6d. 

98 General Washington, by Cheesman, after J. Trumbull, proof before letters, 

on strainer (Maggs), £1 los. 
90 Hon. William Pitt, by Clint, after Hoppner, and another, mezzotints oa 

strainers (Rimell), £5 15s. 
100 Marquess Wellesley, by Heath ; Sir T. Pasley, after Abbot, proof ; and Sir 

Thos. Pictou, after Shee (Parker), £3 5s. 
loi Sir Thos. Lawrence, by Samuel Cousins, after the same, mezzotint (Brail), tos. 

102 Dr. Goldsmith, by Marchi, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint (Rimell), £5. 

103 Sir William Chambers, by Valentine Green, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzo- 

tint (Lee), £4. 
t04 Rt. Hon. William Windham, by J. Jones, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint 
(Venning), £2 2S. 

105 Henry Bunbury, by Ryder, after Lawrence, oval, in brown (Hyam), ros. 

106 John Philpot Curran, by J. R. Smith, after Lawrence, mezzotint (Maggs), 

£14 3s. 6d. 

107 Richard Warren, M.D., by S. Jones, after Gainsborougli, mezzotint (Venning), 

£2 2S. 

108 Edmund Burke, by J. Hardy, after Reynolds, fine stipple in brown (Parsons), 



October 20, 1911, 



109 Lord Grantham and the Hon. Frederick and Philip Robinson, by Bartolozzi, 

after Sir Joshua Reynolds, stipple in brown (Lee), £4 5s. 
no Sir James Saumarez, by W. Say, mezzotint (Rimell), £i i8s. 

111 Lady Dashwood and child, by Hodge^, after Reynolds, mezzotint (W. Sabin), 

£12 IS. 6d. 

112 Georgiana, Viscountess Spencer, by T. Watson, after Re3molds, mezzotint, 

first state (Brail), £1 los. 

113 Hon. Thomas Erskine, by J. Jones, and Horace Walpole, by McArdell, both 

after Reynolds, mezzotints (W. Sabin), £10 los. 

114 Sir George Beaumont, by W. Say, and Edward Chamberlayne, by Jacobe, 

mezzotints (Venning), £3. 

115 WUliam Woollett, by and after Sherwin, and two others (Parsons), jTi. 

iig Lady Hamilton as Nature, by S. E. Wilson, mezzotint, signed proof (Allison), 
15s. 

FANCY SUBJECTS, ETC. 

121 The affectionate brothers (Peniston Lambe family), by F. Bartolozzi, after 

Sir J. Reynolds ( ), £3 3s. 

122 The infant academy, by F. Haward, after Sir J. Reynolds ( ), £1. 

123 Spring (Mrs. Wheatley), by F. Bartolozzi, after R. WestaU (Hayne), £2 5s. 

124 The hand-raaid, by J. Hogg, after H. Walton, full margins, uncut (Arnold), 

125 Jane Lady Cathcart, in red, by F. Bartolozzi (Brail), gs. 

126 Mrs. Cosway, in red, and others, by F. Bartolozzi ( ), £2 15s. 

127 The musical charmer, in colours, by T. Rowlandson (Arnold), 183. 

128 Beauties of Brighton (Almacks), by Hiiffam ( ), iSs. 

129 Serena, by W. Bond, and Nature, by C. Knight ( ), £2 los. 

130 The gleaner, and companion, after R. WestaU, by C. Josi, in colours (Parker), 

£l I2S. 

134 Charles Dibdin, by J. Young, after Phillips, mezzotint (BraU), 15s. 

136 Death of Lindamore, and Lovelace in prison, by Bartolozzi, after Rigaud, 

ovals, in brown (Parker), £1 12s. 6d. 

137 Venus, by Collyer, oval, in brown (Barnard), iis. 

138 Archery, plate 2, published by R. Sayer, mezzotint (Lee), 19s. 

139 Winter, by Bartolozzi, after Wheatley (Hayne), £2. 

140 The snake in the grass, by J. R. Smith, after Reynolds, in brown, cut (Hayne), 

i6s. 

141 Lucy, by R. Stanier, after Wheatley, oval, in brown (Lee), £4 15s. 

143 Royal Academicians, by Bestland, after Singleton, and key (Mitchell), los. 

144 Lady Hamilton as Alope, by Earlom, after Romney ; Mrs. .Abingdon as 

Roxalana, by Sherwin, and Mrs. Crouch, by Bartolozzi (Maggs), £6 jos. 

145 L'Acte Humanite, by P. Launay (Venning), 12s. 

146 Virgin and Child, by C. Turner, after Murillo, proof, mezzotint (Maggs), 15s. 

147 The chain pier at Brighton, with characters drawn and etched by Brighty, 

aquatint, in colours (Mrs. Eriksen), £1 los. 

148 Bloomsbxiry Square ; Quee I's Square ; Grovenor Square ; and HanoveJ Equate, 

engraved by Pollard, Jukes and Dodd, after E. Dayes, aquatir»ts, a set of 
four (Rimell), £8 los. 

149 East India Dock, by W. Daniell, aquatint, in colours, etc. 

150 View of Stirling Castle ; Dunfermline Abbey ; and Edinburgh Castle, after 

Farrington, aquatints, in colours (Parker), £2 2S. 
X51 Daniell's picturesque voyage to India, coloured plates (Hodgson), £1 5s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



152 A classical female subject, by Gaugain, after Angelica Kauffmaa, a circle, 

in colours (Rimell), ^9 9s. 

153 Her Grace the Duchess of Richmond, by Burke, after Downman, oval (Sedg- 

wick), £4. 43. 

154 Evelina, by I. Baldrey, after Hoppner, in brown (Sedgwick), £5 5s. 

155 The sailor b->y's return from a prosperous voyage, by T. Gaugain, after Bigg, 

in brown (Titley), £1 12s. 

156 Smugglers returning, and companion, after Morland, a pair, mezzotints, (Brail) 

£3- 

157 Girl and pigs ; and a Boy mending his net, by Gaugain, after WestaU, a pair ; 

and The rival favourites, by Cardon, after Devis (Boys), los. 
161 Meditation, and companion, by J. K. Sherwin, a pair of ovals (Powell), 15s. 
163 Chute de L'Aar, and Seconde chute du Staubbach, by Descourtis, after Wolf, 

in colours ( ), i8s. 

173 Frail Kitty, after J. R. Smith, and Rembrandt with the scarf, framed (Brail), 

£1 15s. 
175 Horses drinking, after Morland. by J. R. Smith, mezzotint (Blythe), 17s. 
180 William Shaksspeare, by Saml. Cousins (Sherlock), £1 14s. 
i8r Scenes of life at Eton College, published by J. Ryman, High Street, Oxford, 

lithographs, in colours, set of twelve (Parker), £5 los. 

182 Volunteers : The Hon. Artillery Corps, The Bloomsbury Inns of Courts, The 

Norfolk Rangers, The Surrey Cavalry, The Loyal Pimlico Volunteers, 
and The Pendennis Artillery Volunteers, drawn and engraved by Chas. 
I Tomkins, in colours (Parker), £7 17s. 6d. 

183 Views on the Manchester and Liverpool Railway, by Pyall, after Bury, aqua* 

tints, in colours (Parker), £1 los. 

184 Jerusalem, Bethlehem, and the Holy Places, from drawings painted on the 

spot by Carl Werner, with an historical and descriptive narrative by the 
Rev. G. R. Gleig, chromolithographs (Mitchell), i8s. 

203 Lt.-Col. Tarleton, by J. R. Smith, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, second state, 

mezzotint (Maggs), £25 4s. 

204 The Rt. Honble. Lord Somerville, Col. of the West Somerset Yeomanry, by 

J. Ward, after S. Woodforde, mezzotint (Brail), 12s. 

205 The Leicestershire fox hunt, by Sutherland, after John Dean Paul, a set of 

four aquatints, in colours, on strainers (BraU), £20. 
3o6 The Emperor Charles V resigning the Crown of Spain, by T. Ryder, after 
WestaU, in colours (Titley), £3 5s. 

207 The gamekeeper's return, after Morland, mezzotint, in colours (Isaacs), £4. 

208 Almsgiving, by Delattre, after Wheatley, circle, in colours (Briksen), 

£1 15s. 

209 Female fancy subjects : Winding silk and The peace offering, by Bovi, a pair, 

in colours (Titley), £2 los. 
2to The Ladies Beauclerc, by Bartolozzi, after Lady Diana Beauclerc, in brown 

(Parker), £2 2s. 
2ri Painting and sculpture, published by J. Phillips, 1786, a pair, in brown (Lee), 

£3 17s. fid. 

212 The strawberry girl, by Bartolozzi, after Ramberg, proof (Brail), ft 17s. 6d. 

213 Kensington Gardens, by Humphrey, mezzotint, and two others (Allison), i6s. 
2t4 Le Verrou, after Fragonard, in colours (Freeman), £1 12s. 6d. 

215 Mrs. Sheridan as St. Cecilia, by C. Watson, after Rejmolds ; and Rob Roy, 

after Shee (Freeman), 17s. 

216 The tokeu of love, after Morland, circle, in sepia (Venning), £1 15s. 
2t7 An oval fancy subject, in colours, on satin (Allison), £t los. 



October 20, ign. 



218 Death o£ Nelson, by Annis, after Drummoad (Parker), £1 15s. 

219 Veaus attired by the Graces, and companion, by Dumee, after Kauffmaa, 

in colours, a pair (Formay), £7 ?=■ 

230 Bacchus and Ariadne, by Sherwin, after Cipriani, and four others, in tliree 

frames (Formay), £4. 

232 Lady Banks ; Portrait of a gentleman ; Bologna, by Booaington, and one other 

(Formay), £1 7s- 6d. 
223 The woodman, by Barker, and by S. W. Reynolds (Wood), £1 5s. 
23+ Master Lock and Miss Fame, by Jackson, and Humphreys, after Lawreuce, 

proofs (Jung), £3 5s. 

225 Lord Nelson, after Hoppner, mezzotint (Mitchell), its. 

226 A fruit and flower piece, by Earlom, after Van Huysum, mezzotints, a pair 

(Smith), £2 los. 

227 Cecilia, by Colinet, after Benazech, oval, in colours, on satin (Oldham), £1. 
328 Miss Foote as Maria Darlington, by Picart ; and Miss Stephens, by Cooper, 

both in colours (Oldham), i8s. 
tzi) The sporting sweep, after Aiken, varnished, and two others, all in colours. 
330 Mrs. Mills, after Engleheart, mezzotint (Brail), 8s. 

231 Cloriada and Tancred, after W. Hamilton, circles, in colours (Brail), r8s. 

Property of H.H. Princess Victor Duleep Singh. 

ARUNDEL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS. 

237 Angelo, M., The Prophet Ezekiel ; Raphael, Philo=;ophy ; and Avanzo, J. d', 
S. Lucy sentenced to death ( ), £1 6s. 

233 Bartolommeo, Fra, The supper and miraculous vision of St. Domeaick (Black), 

£1 7s. 6d. 

234 Diirer, A., Adoration of the Holy Trinity (Maggs), £1 6s. 

335 Foligno, N. da, The Madonna and Child, with attendant Saints ( ), 155. 

236 GozzoU, B., The Madonna and Child, with attendant Saints ( ), iis. 

237 Gozzoli, B., Angels adoring, first and second portions (Parsons), £3 3s. 
338 Lorenzo, F. di, S. Bernadino of Siena healing a wounded man ; Lothner, S., The 

Annunciation, from the two exterior panels of the Triptych in the Cathedral 

at Cologne, and one other ( ), r6s. 

239 Pinturicchio, Virgin in Glory, with two Saints (Maggs), 15s. 

340 Pinturicchio, St. Catherine of Alexanaria pleading before the judges (Yeulett), 

£1 6s. 
241 Perugino, P., Christ's charge to Peter (Yeulett), i6s. 

242 — Perugino, P., Prophets and Sibyls ( ), 13s. 

243 Pacchiarotto, S. Catherine finding the body of S. Agnes (Yeulett), i8s. 

344 SignoreUi, L., Events in the life of Moses (Yeulett), iis. 

245 Unknown Painter, Richard II before the Madonna with Saints and Angels 

(Parsons), £1 3s. 

Property of the late Hugh Thomson, Esq. 

24G Viterbo, The betrothal of the Virgin ( ), los. 

247 Memling, Hans, The set of the Altarpiece, 9 chromolithographs ( ), £3. 

248 Van Eyck, The set of the Altarpiese (including Adam and Eve), 30 chromo- 

lithographs (Maggs), £11 5s. 
349 Luini, B., The Donatrix and Patron Saints (Maggs), £2 12s. 6J. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Framed. 

250 Leonardo da Vinci, The Last Supper (Yeiilett), 5s. 

251 Botticelli, Primavera (Rimell), £4. 

252 Carpaccio, V., S. Jerome in his study (Rimell), 16s. 

253 FogUno, N. da, The Virgin and Child with Saints ; Lorenzo, F. di, S. Bernardino 

healing a wounded man (J. Tucker), £1 2s. 

254 Portrait of Beethoven, after J. Uetz (Maggs), 73. 

255 The Agamemnon, and one other etching by C. E. HoUoway, signed proofs 

(YeulettJ, 14s. 

MODERN ETCHINGS AND ENGRAVINGS. 
In portfolio. 

256 Close of day, by Herbert Sedcole, after Joseph Farquharson, signed artisfs 

proof (Yeulett), £1. 

257 Setters at work, by Joseph B. Pratt, after H. Hardy, signed artist's proof 

(Yeulett), /i los. 

258 Lady Hamilton as Bacchante, by Joseph B. Pratt, after Le Brun, signed proof 

(Yeulett), £1 5S. 

259 Ditto, another copy (Yeulett), £1 5s. 

260 E£6e Deans, by J. O. Barlow, after J. E. Millais, signed artist's proof (Hen- 

dricks), I OS. 

261 Jean Arnifol and his wife, by B. Schumacher, after Van Eyck, signed proof, 

on vellum (Brown & Phillips), los. 

262 Hampstead Heath (The Sandpits), by Norman Hirst, after J. Constable, signed 

proof (Yeulett), £2. 

263 Lady Milner, by W. Henderson, after G. Romney, signed proof (Parker), £1. 

264 Ditto, another copy (Parker), £1 6s. 

265 The first swallow, by Gaujean, after F. Walker, signed proof, two copies 

(Yeulett), 5S. 

267 Helen, after J. McNeiU Whistler, in colours (Yeulett), 15s. 

268 Landscape Art, by Joseph B. Pratt, alter David Cox, comprising : Going to 

the mill, Rhyl sands. Going to the plough. Skirts of the forest, and The 
hayfield, signed proofs, a set of five, in portfolio (Yeulett), £1 4s. 

269 The harvest moon, by Robert Macbeth, after G. Mason, signed proof (Parker), 

fA 15s- 

270 The vagrants, by W. Henderson, after Walker, signed proof (Yeulett), i6s. 

271 The harbour of refuge, by R. W. Macbeth, after F. Walker, signed proof 

(Gooden & Fox), £4 5s. 

272 Lords John and Bernard Stuart, by F. Laguillermie, after Van Dyck, signed 

proof, on vellum (Ryman), £2 los. 

273 Worcester Cathedral, by T. Chauval, after B. W. Leader, signed artist's proof, 

on vellum (Parker), £2 los. 

274 Dedication to Bacchus, by A. Blauchard, after Alma Tadema, signed artist's 

proof (Yeulett), £1 15s. 

275 The morning walk, by A. Mathey, after Gainsborough, signed proof, on vellum 

(Brown & Phillips), £1 15s. 

276 Salisbury Cathedral, by Norman Hirst, after Constable, signed proof (WyJde), 

277 Hampstead Heath (Stormy Noon), by and after the same, signed proof (WyWe), 

ii 5S. 



October 20, 191 1. 9 

278 Madam de Crespigny, by W. Henderson, after Romney, signed proof (Lyon), 

1 8s. 

279 La Rise, by Bracquemond, after J. L. E. Meissonier, on vellum, signed by 

the artist and engraver (Ryman), £15 15s. 

280 Return of the flock, by Ansted, proof, and After rain, by H. C. Fox (Hicker), 

£2 los. 
296 Whistler, J. McNeill, Original sketch (Chelsea Wharf) ( ), £3 3s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



November i and 2, 191 1. Sotheby's. 

Engravings and Woodcuts, property of the late James S. 
Burra, Esq., Bockhanger, Ashford, Kent. 

ENGRAVINGS AND WOODCUTS BY OLD MASTERS. 

2 Virgin and Child, a late icapression from the very early engraved plate usually 

ascribed to Wolfgang Aurifaber, dated 1455 ( ), £5. 

3 Three men : One playing a fife, another a drum, the third holding a flag, 

by a Master of the Low German School (Colnaghi & Obach), £8 los. 

6 AJtdorfer, A., The Virgin and Child (Bartsch, 15) ; and St. Jerome (23) (Coonell), 

£10 tos. 

7 Andrea, Zoaa, Four women dancing (18) (Barnard), £1 los. 

8 Antonio, Marc, and School. The Saviour in Glory, known as " The five 

Saints " (113) (Colnaghi Sc Obach), £1 5s. 

9 The judgment of Paris, by Marc de Ravenna (246) ; St. Jerome, by ^Eneas 

Vico (A. W. Rickards), £1 2s. 
10 Venus extracting a thorn from her foot (321), by Marc de Ravenne (Bdwin), 

I2S. 

ir "La Carcasse," by Marc Antonio, or ^neas Vico (Rickards), 13s. 

13 Aldegrever, H., The Annunciation (38), fine impression ; and three from the 

set of The Good Samaritan, in poor condition (ConneU), £4 5s. 

14 Aldegrever, H., Children dancing (252) (Edwin), 15s. 

15 Bakhuysen, L., Man-of-war and other shipping (Connell), £t 2s. 

16 Beham, H. S., Job and his friends (16) ; The Saviour (30), fine impression, 

slightly cut ; etc. (E. Parsons), £1. 
1/ Beham, H. S., Thp Emperor Trajan and the woman (82), (Connell), £3 ros. 
t8 Beham, H. S., Patience (138) ; Fortune (140) ; Misfortune (141), fine; etc. 

(Connell), £3 5s. 

19 Binck, J., Portrait of himself, with a skull (95) (Amsler), £5 15s. 

20 Burgkmair, H. (woodcuts), Part of the set (10) of the Triumphal procession 

of the Emperor MaximiUan (Reitlinger), i8s. 
23 Collin, R., Portrait of Murillo (W. H. White), 17s. 

L. Cranach (Woodcuts). 

23 Adam and Eve (i), early impression, but damaged ; and The annuaciation (j) 

(Amsler), 24s. 

24 Three from the set of The Passion (Colnaghi & Obach), 32s. 

25 St. Christopher (58) ; and St. Jerome in the desert (63), early impression, but 

stained (Col. Ranshaw), £1 14s. 
25 Virgin and Child, with St. Anne (68) ; and St. Mary of Egypt transported to 
Heaven (72) (Barnard), £1 t2s. 

27 A tournament (126) (Colnaghi &. Obach), £3 3S. 

A. DURER. 

28 Adam and Eve (i), slightly cut (B. Parsons), £13 5s. 

29 The Nativity (3), on paper, with the buU's-head water-mark (Amsler), £24. 

30 The small Passion (3-18), uaiform set, with small margins, mounted in a 

quarto volume (Maggs), £40. 
3.1 Christ praying in Gethsemaae (19), the etching on iron, sUghtly damaged 
(Connell), £t tos. 



November i and 2, igii. 11 

32 . The two angels, with the Sudarium (25) (E. Parsons), jfio ros. 

33 The Prodigal son (28) (Maggs), £8 los. 

34 The Virgin and St. Anne (29) ; The Virgin, with long hair (30) ; and The Virgin 

crowned with stars (31), aU damaged (Bevan), £2 iSs. 

35 The Virgin embracing the Infant Jesus (33) (Gutel<unst), £10. 

36 The Virgin, with the Infant in swaddling clothes (38) (CormeU), £16. 

37 The Virgin seated near a wall (40), and a reversed copy of the same (ConneU), 

£16 lOS. 

38 The Virgin and Child, with a pear (41), slightly cut (ConneU), £14. 

39 The Virgin and Child, with a monkey (42) (Gutekunst), £51. 

40 The Holy Family, with a butterfly (44) (Connell), £30. 

41 St. Christopher turned to the right (52) ; and St. George on horseback (54), 

early impression, but damaged (Colnaghi & Obach), £16. 

42 St. Hubert (57), slightly cut and damaged (Rimell), £12. 

43 St. Anthony, without the city (58) (Rickards), £15. 

44 St. Jerome in his cell (60) (Cross), £28 

45 St. Jerome in the desert (61) (Colnaghi &. Obach), £13 ros. 

46 St. Genevieve (63) (Rimell), £8 los. 

47 ApoUo and Diana (68) ; and The effects of jealousy (73) (Rimell), £7. 

48 The Rape of Am^-mone (71) (Rimell), £8. 

49 Idleness,(76) (Ellis), £9. 

50 The great fortune {77), on paper, with the water-mark of the high crown 

sUghtly cut and damaged (RimeU), £18. 

51 The little fortune (78) (Barnard), £3 5s. 

52 The Oriental and his wife (85), damaged ; and The three peasants (86) (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £2 15s. 

53 The bagpiper (91), cut at the corners ; and The great cannon (99) (Halkett), 

£1 lOS. 

54 The offerings of love (93) (Connell), £10 los. 

56 The coat-of-arms with a skull (loi) (Colnaghi), £47. 

57 Portrait of Bilibald Pirckheimer (106) (Cross), £6 los. 

58 Portrait of Erasmus (107) (Rimell). £5. 

59 Head of an old man, and two other subjects from Diirer's designs, engraved 

by E. Sadeler ; and another (Rickards), £3 15s. 

WOODCUTS BY A. DURER. 

60 Samson killing the lion (2) ; and The adoration of the Kings (Edwin), £3. 
6r The adoration of the Kings (3), fine, with margin (Amsler), £4. 

63 The great Passion (4-15), a set composed of varying impressions, nine being 
early proofs before the letterpress at the back, the remainder being fine 
impressions, with the Latin text ; there are two impressions of the vignette 
from the title, one fine, but cut into, the other a later impression, but not 
cut (Maggs), £25. 

63 The little Passion (16-52), the complete set, with the exception of the title, 

which is a copy, fine early impressions, with the Latin text at the back, 
mounted in a quarto volume (Rickards), £r5. 

64 The life of the Virgin (76-95), the complete set, varying impressions, some with 

the Latin text at the back, inlaid to foUo size, and bound together in a 
volume (Rimell), £12 los. 

65 The Virgin and Child, the title to the Life of the Virgin (76) ; and The Holy 

Family (97) (RimeU), £3 8s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



66 The Holy Family, with St. Anne (96) ; and The Holy Family (97) (Rickards), 

£2 5S. 

67 The Virgin suckling the infant Saviour (99) ; an engraved copy of the same ; 

and The Holy Family in a room (100) (Cross), £1 15s. 

68 The Virgin and Child, with angels (loi), early impression before the crack 

appeared in the bottom of the block ; and another impression, with the 
crack (Maggs), £4 15s. 

69 The Holy Family, with the rabbits (:o2) (Ranshaw), £4. 

70 The same, a later impression ; St. George killing the Dragon (iii) (Barnard), 

£1 5s. 

71 St. Christopher (103) (Colnaghi & Obach), £4. 

72 St. Stephen, St. Gregory, and St. Lawrence (108) ; and St. Jerome in a grotto 

(113) (Rimell), £3 5s. 

73 The Magdalen transported to Heaven (121), two impressions, one damaged ; 

and The last judgment (124) (Colnaghi & Obach), £2. 

74 The Holy Trinity (122), early impression, slightly damaged ; and Christ 

appearing to St. Gregory {123) (Ranshaw), £3. 

75 " Ercules " (127) ; Christ crowned wth thorns (app. 4) ; and St. Anne, with 

the infant Christ and the Virgin (app. 11) (Rickards), £1 5s. 

76 The Virgin and Child (app. 13) ; and the Conversion of St. Paul (app. 17), 

with the Latin and German verses underneath (Barnard), £3 5s. 

77 St. Catherine (app. 25) ; and the large Head of Christ crowned with thorns 

(app. 27), the outhne block only (Colnaghi & Obach), £2 los. 

78 The Apocalypse of St. John (60-75), the complete set, the text has been cut 

from the title, early impressions, with the Latin text at the back, laid down, 

in a portfoho (Maggs), £30. 
7g Hollar, W., Portrait of Albert Diirer (Gutekunst), £1 3s. 
%o Hollar, W., Portrait of Erasmus, after Holbein (F. Daniell), £2 12s. 

81 Hollar, W., Sir A. Van Dyck holding a simflower (Connell), £3. 

82 Portrait of Rubens ; and Antwerp Cathedral (Wernher), £1 i8s. 

83 Hopfer, J., Allegorical figure, inscribed " Roma" (VV. Watkins), £1. 

84 Kilian, L., Portrait of A. Diirer ; and another of the same, by Edelinck (Reader), 

I2S. 

Lucas van Leyden. 

85 The creation of Eve (i) ; God forbidding Adam and Eve to eat of the Tree (2) , 

and the Body of Abel found by his parents (6) (Reader), £11. 

86 Adam and Eve (10) ; Abraham sending away Hagar (18) ; and another, a 

copy (Reader), £1. 

87 The history of Joseph, the set of five (19-23) (Colnaghi & Obach), £10 5s. 

88 David playing before Saul (27), early impression, from the collections of H. J. 

Brooke and Lord Thurlow (Colnaghi & Obach), £12. 

89 The same, a later impression ; David praying (29) ; and Triumph of Mordecai 

(32) (Barnard), los. 

90 The triumph of Mordecai (32), sUghtly cut ; and The Elders watching Susannah 

(33) (Barnard), £1 8s. 

91 The annunciation (35) ; and Baptism of Christ (40) (Ranshaw), 5s. 

92 The aaoration of the Magi (37), early impression (Rickards), £2 los. 

93 The temptation in the wilderness (41), fine (Colnaghi & Obach), £5 los. 

94 The raising of Lazarus (42), very •arly impression, but in poor condition 

(Ranshaw), los. 

95 Christ shown to the people (71) (Reader), 6s. 



November i and 2, 191 1. 13 

96 The Crucifixion (7+) (\V. Watkins), loi. 

97 Christ and the woman of Samaria (77), early impression, with the water- 

mark of the Gothic P ; and another of the same, a later impression (CotmeU), 
£10 los. 

98 The return of the Prodigal Son (78) ; The Virgin standing on a crescent (82) ; 

and another (CoimeU), £r i8s. 

99 St. Matthew (101) ; St. John (103) ; and St. Christopher (108), scarce (EUis), 

£1 8s. 
100 The conversion of St. Paul (107) (Barnard), los. 
lor St. Jerome (113) ; and St. Jerome with a skull (114.) (Reader), los. 

102 St. Sebastian (115), early impression ; and St. Anthony (116), early impres- 

sion, damaged (Colnaghi &. Obach), £1. 

103 The temptation of St. Anthony (117), early impression, damaged (Barnard), 

£1 lOS. 

104 The Magdalen in the desert (133), early impression; and the same, a later 

impression (Colnaghi &. Obach), £2 15s. 

105 The musicians (155) ; and The milkmaid (158) (EUis), iSs. 

106 Young man with a skuU, said to be a portrait of Lucas van Leyden himself 

(174) (Colnaghi &. Obach), £4. 

107 Masson, A., Portrait of Brisacier, very fine early impression, before the words 

" Brisasier " and " Segretaire " were corrected, with margin (Sabin), £69. 
io8 Meckenem, Israel van. Saints adoring the Virgin (48), damaged (Horbrow), 

£8 IDS. 
109 St. Lawrence (106), a duplicate from the Berlin Museum (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£10. 
no St. Barbara (122) (Nogard), £7 los. 
lit Ostade, A. Van, The smokers, early impression ; and another (ConneU), 

£1 los. 
Its Ostade, A. van, Singers at a window, fine impression of the third state (Amsler), 

£3 los. 
113 Pencz, G., The persecution of Job (7) ; and Procris and Cephalus (73) (Ellis), 

£i3s. 
tt4 Pencz, G., Mutius Scsevola (74) : Gregoire Peins (app. i) ; and Two men and 

a woman, a very small engraving by a different master (Rimell), £1. 

115 Pontius, P., Portrait of Rubens, fine (Ramaix), £7 los. 

ETCHLVGS BY REMBRANDT. 

116 Abraham sending away Hagar (Wilson, 37) ■ and Abraham with his son Isaac 

(38), a reversed copy (Connell), £30. 

117 The triumph of Mordecai (44), fine impression (Gutekunst), £26. 

118 The flight into Egypt, in the style of Elsheimer (61) (Gutekimst), £8. 

119 Christ preaching (71), fine impression, slightly damaged (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£36. 
130 The resurrection of Lazarus, the small plate (76) ; and same subject, the large 

plate (77), cut to the arched top (E. Parsons), i6s. 
i3t The Ecce Homo (82), fine impression ; and the copy of the same, by R. Savery 

(WiUiams), £2 5s. 
133 The Prodigal Son (96), fine, with margin (Halkett). 15s. 

123 The death of the Virgin (104) (Connell), £21. 

124 Youth surprised by death (113), with good margin (Halkett), £22. 

125 The travelling musicians (123) (Amsler), £ro. 

126 A man meditatmg (146), third state (Amsler), £i 5s. 



i4 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

127 Landscape, •with man sketching (216) (Maggs), £27 los. 

128 Rembrandt's Mill (230) (Colnaghi & Obach), £32. 

129 An old man, in a fur cap divided in the middle (267), fine impression (Gute- 

kunst), £17 los. 

130 The gold-weigher (283), on India paper (Colnaghi & Obach), £11. 

131 Portrait of an old woman seated (Rembrandt's mother, 339) (Amsler), £36 ids. 

132 Bust of an old woman (348), with margin (Gutekimst), £22. 

133 Rembrandt's wife, and other heads (359), fine, with margin (F. Daniell), 

£12 los. 

134 Three heads of women (361) (Gutekunst), £7 los. 

135 Schongauer, Martin, The annunciation (B. 3) (Cross), £4 los. 

136 Schongauer, Martin, The Nativity (4) (Maggs), £15 i6s. 

137 Schongauer, Martin, The adoration of the Kings (6) (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£15 IDS. 

138 Schongauer, Martin, The flight into Egypt (7) (Rickards), £9. 

139 Schongauer, Martin, Christ before Pilate, from the set of The Passion (14) 

early impression (Colnaghi & Obach), £15. 

140 Schongauer, Martin, Christ on the Cross (25) (Rimell), £5. 

141 Schongauer, Martin, The death of the Virgin (33) (Barnard), £3 5s. 

342 Schongauer, Martin, St. Anthony tormented by demons (47), remains of 
colouring (Colnaghi), £42. 

143 Schongauer, Martin, St. Christopher (48) (ElUs), £6 los. 

144 Schongauer, Martin, St. James assisting the army of the Christians (53), fine 

impression, in good condition (Colnaghi & Obach), £74. 

145 Schongauer, Martin, St. John the Evangelist (55), early impression (Cross), 

£8 los. 

146 Schomgauer, Martin, St. Michael killing the dragon (58) (Cohiaghi & Obach), 

£5 los. 

147 Schongauer, Martin, The Man of Sorrows (69), cut to the arched top (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £5 los. 

148 Schongauer, Martin, An angel holding a shield-of-arms (96), a small circle 

(Colnaghi & Obach), £1 15s. 

149 Schurman, Anna Maria, Portrait of herself, from the Mariette Collection 

(E. Parsons), £1 9s. 

150 Solis, Virgil, A stag hunt, a long narrow print ; and two others (Maggs), £2 2S. 

151 Stokes, A., Portrait of Lucas van Leyden (Reader), i8s. 

152 Dyck, Sir A. van, Etchings (6) of portraits of John de Wael, with the G. H. 

John Breughel, Justus Sustermans, and others (Connell), £10 5s. 

153 Visscher, C, The skaters, fine early impression, before any lettering (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £5. 

154 Wierix, Jerome and Antonio, A collection of small engravings (53) of religious 

subjects, by the brothers Wierix, fine impressions, mounted in a small 
quarto volume (Rimell), £6 5s. 

155 Zagel, Martin, The ball (13) (Ellis), £5 los. 

156 Zagel, Martin, The tournament (14) (Barnard), £10 los. 

MEZZOTINT AND OTHER PORTRAITS, ETC. 

157 Reynolds, Sir J., Ariadne, by W. Doughty (Jacobson), i8s. 

158 Miss Harriet Powell, by J. R. Smith, after the Rev. W. Peters, etched letter 

proof (Jacobson), £3 6s. 
359 Lady Sinclair, by M. Bovi, after R. Cosway, proof before letters (Amsler) 
£4 14s- 



November i and 2, 191 1. 15 

160 Samuel Johnson, by C. Townley, after J. Opie (Pawsey & Payne), £5. 

161 Horace Walpole, by J. McArdeU, after Sir J. Reynolds (F. Daniell), £i7- 

162 Christopher Wren, by J. Smith, after Sir G. Kneller {Pawsey & Payne), £4 15s. 

163 John Dryden, by G. Vertue, proof before all letters (Colnaghi & Obach), £7 5s. 

164 John Gay, by W. Smith, after Zinck (Maggs), £2 5s. 

165 Alexander Pope, by J. Faber, after Vanloo (F. DanieD), £5 15s. 

166 Alexander Pope, by J. Smith, after Sir G. KneUer (F. Daniell), £4 185. 

167 John Locke, by J. Smith, after Sir G. Kneller (Pawsey & Payne), £1 8s. 

168 Dean Swift, by G. Vertue, proof before all letters (F. Daniell), £24 los. 

169 Thomas Gray, by J. G. MuUer, proof before letters ; etc. (F. Daniell), £1 163. 

170 Sir J. RejTDolds, by G. Clint, proof before letters (EUis & Smith), £10 los. 

171 S. Northcote, by S. W. Reynolds, after J. Northcote ; and John Opie, proof 

before all letters (Agnew), £1 los. 

172 Gerard Dow, by Ingouf, after himself, proof before letters (Agnew), £3 15s. 

173 Sir Edward Daring, by G. Glouer, after C. Johnson ; and Henry More, by W. 

Faithorne (Stainer), £1 15s. 

174 Andrew MarveU, proof before all letters ; and Joseph Ritson, curious portrait 

published by H. Humphrey (Sabin), £3 3s. 

175 William Hogarth, by and after himself, first state ; etc. (Baxendale), £1 14s. 

176 Sir Walter Scott, by J. H. Robinson, after Sir T. Lawrence, proof before 

letters ; and three others (A. W. Rickards), £3. 

177 The music lesson, by W. VaiUant (EUis), £4 4s. 

178 Exhibition at the Royal Academy, 1771, by R. Earlom, after Brandcin, proof 

before letters (Brail), £1. 

179 Cruikshank, George, Cinderella and the glass slipper, a set of ten etchings on 

six plates, proofs on India paper (RimeU), 5s. 

180 Blake, Wm., Illustrations to the Book of Job, a set of twenty-two etchings, 

by and after W. Blake, proofs on India paper (Legg), £16. 

181 Blake, Wm., Chaucer's Canterbury Pilgrims, by and after W. Blake (Rimell), 

£3 3S- 

182 The Virgin and Child ; and The maiden's prayer, photographs, in a portfoUo 

(Rev. €oxe), 5s. 

MODERN ETCHINGS. 

185 FJameng, L., Portrait of C. Meryon in the Madhouse at Charenton, lithograph 

(Malkett), £3 3s. 

186 Flameng, L., " Le concert de Famille " ; Portrait d'Homme Age ; and Portrait 

of a man, in an oval (E. Parsons), £3 3s. 

187 Gofi, R., Valley of the Itchen ; Christchurch ; and Meadowland, with cattle, 

all signed (Rickards), £3 7s. 6d. 

188 Gaujean, E., Reverie, after Sir E. Bume-Jones, signed proof, on vellum (Dun- 

thome), £1 5s. 

189 Haig, A. H., The Basilica of St. Giles, signed (Tooth & Sons), £8 ros. 

192 Macbeth, R. W., The Pied Piper of HameUn : The beguUing of the rats ; and 

The beguiling of the children, a pair, on Japanese paper, both signed 
(Stainer), £1 12s. 

193 Marshall, Herbert, View of Gorleston ; and From the Lido, Venice, by Bryden, 

both signed (Watkins), £1 12s. 

194 Meryon, C, " La Tour de I'Horloge " (\V. r2), second state (Luxfcrd), £5 5s. 

195 Meryon, C, " Le Stryge " (W. 7), second state (Halkett), £52. 

196 Meryon, C, " La Galerie de Notre Dame " (W. 10), first state (Colnaghi and 

Obach), £16 IDS. 



i6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

197 MeryoQ, C, " La Morgue " (VV. 20), second state (Strangways), £6. 

198 Metyon, C, " La Rue des Mauvais Gaccons " (W. 11), second state (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £6 5s. 

199 Robertson, Percy, Across the common, signed ; The portico of a church, 

by J. J. Tissot ; and another, by E. Frere (Baxendale), £1 15s. 

200 Short, Frank, A dead calm in Itchenor Channel : and Nutboume MiU, both 

signed (Ellis), £7. 
20 r Short, Frank, Low tide and the evening star ; and The Port of Rye, both signed 

(Maggs), £16 IDS. 
203 Slocombe, Fred, The Longwater, Totteridge, signed proof (Luxford), £3. 

203 Strang, W., Portrsdts of W. Strang, and Rudyard Kipling, both signed (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £7 5s. 

204 Strang, W., Taking the oath : The rehearsal ; The sick tinker ; and another, 

all signed (E. Parsons), £13 15s. 

205 Strang, W., The carpenter's shop ; The fruit-seller ; The Cottar's Saturday 

night ; Tam O'Shanter ; and Poverty, all signed (E. Parsons), £13 155. 

206 Strang, \V., " Old Clo " ; The Last Supper ; The marriage at Cana ; A. 

ploughman's wife and Bairn Alaue, all signed; and another (E. Parsons), 

£11 15s. 
20/ Watson, C. J., St. Etienne du Mont, Paris ; and St. Jacques, Lisieux, both 

signed (Rickards), £3 . 
208 WTiistler, J. M., " En Plein Soleil " (Parsons), £3 6s. 
200 Wyllie, \V. L., A seapiece with fishing fleet ; and A river secne, a pair, signed 

(Dunthorne), £5. 

The Property of A. A. de Pass, Esq., of Cliff House, 
Falmouth. 

Framed. 

210 Reynolds, Sir J., Schoolboys (Masters Gawler), by J. R. Smith (Pleydell), £6. 

211 Reynolds, Sir J., Mrs. Sheridan as St. Cecilia, by W. Dickinson (Ellis & Smith), 

£12 5S. 
213 Reynolds, Sir. J., Miss Bowles, by W. Ward, engraver's touched proof, cut 
to the engraved surface (Pleydell), £2 los. 

213 Reynolds, Sir J., CoUina (Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick), by J. Jones, open-letter 

proof (Maggs), £6 17s. 6d. 

214 Reynolds, Sir J., Master Henry Hoare, by C. Wilkin (Pleydell), £3 los. 

2r5 Reynolds, Sir J., William Frederick Duke of Gloucester, by C. Watson, proof 
before all letters (Colnaghi & Obach), £9 13s. 

216 Reynolds, Sir J., Lady Smith and children, by F. Bartolozzi, cut impression, 

with the inscription space of a proof before letters pined on (Miss BiUington), 

£12 I2S. 

217 Reynolds, Sir J., Hon. Leicester Stanhope, by F. Bartolozzi, cut (Playdell), 

£2 5s. 
2t& Admiral Sir Samuel Hood, by G. CUnt, after J. Hoppner, open-letter proof 
(Sabin), £37. 

219 Infant care, by J. H. Meyer, after J. Hoppner, proof before letters (Samuel), 

£2 2S. 

220 The little Volunteer, proof before all letters (Ellis & Smith), £t6 [js. 

221 George Duke of Buckingham and his brother, by J. McArdell, after Sir A. 

van Dyck (Colnaghi & Obach), £15. 

222 Maria Countess of Coventry, by an unknown engraver ; and EUzabeth Duchess 

of Hamilton, by J. Faber, after G. Hamilton (F. Daniell), £9 los. 



November i and i, igii. 17 

223 The Woodland maid, by W. Bond, after Sir T. Lawrence, proof before letters 

(Maggs), ij. 

224 The Countess Gower and daughter, by S. Cousins, after Sir T. Lawrence (James), 

225 Rembrandt, The Shipbuilder, by C. H. Hodges, proof before all letters (Maggs), 

£48. 

226 Rembrandt's framemaker, by J. Dixon, after Rembrandt, cut (Parsons), 

£7 los. 

227 The Centurion Cornelius, by J. Ward, after Rembrandt (Pleydell), £2 2s. 

228 Interior of the Royal Academy, with portraits of the academicians, by R. 

Earlom, after J. Zofifany, proof before letters (Baerlein), £3 3s. 

229 A Dutch interior, with Boors conversing, by S. Paul, after J. Steen, proof 

before letters (Pleydell), /6. 

French School. 

230 Fragonard, H., " Le Chiffre d' Amour," by N. de Launay, early stage before 

the dedication (Daniell), £40. 

231 Fragonard, H., " La Fuite a Dessein," by C. Macret and J. Couche (Daniell) 

£10 5S. 

232 Watteau, A., " Les deux Cousines," by Baron, proof before all letters (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £19. 

233 Watteau, A., Les Champs Elysees, by N. Tardieu, proof before letters (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £13. 

234 Watteau, A., " L' Armour au Theatre Francois," by C. N. Cochin (Parsons), 

£4. 

235 Portrait of a lady reading a letter, after J. S. Liotard (Pleydell), £3 los. 

236 • Portrait of a girl caressing a lamb, after Greuze ; and two others, by Morse 

after the same, a pair, all proofs before letters (Ackermann), £5 5s. 



237 Views of Roman ruins, by and after Piranesi (Pleydell), £8 los. 

238 Bone, Muirhead, Etching : Demolition of St. James's Hall, signed (Connell) 

£31- 

239 Langendyk, Dirk, Drawing : Dutch soldiers in the crj-pt of a cathedral, in pen 

and sepia wash, signed and dated 1792 (Pleydell), £5 5s. 

240 A view of Petersham and Twickenham Meadows from Richmond Hill, mezzo- 

tint, by J. Jones, after Sir J. Reynolds, framed (Sampson), £8 los. 

241 Bartolozzi, F., Miss Farren, by Bartolozzi, after Sir T. Lawrence, stipple 

(Ellis & Smith), £39. ft 

ALKEN'S SPORTING PRINTS. 

242 The first steeplechase on record, by T. Harris, after H. Aiken, the set of four, 

in colours (Saunders), £13. 

243 H\inting qualifications, by and after H. Aiken : Slap at a park fence ; Getting 

over ; Slap at a brook ; and Creeping a finish, the set of four, in colours 
(Ackermann), £3 los. 

244 Ruskin, J., Drawing: Sketch of an Italian town and landscape, signed J. 

Ruskin, Roma, 1841, in pencil and sepia, tinted with colour in places — 
i8i X 12 (Maggs), £1 8s. 

MODERN ETCHINGS. 

245 Cameron, D. Y., Title-page to the North Italian set, signed (Weniher), £5 5s. 

246 Cameron, D. Y., Little Devil of Florence, signed (Connell), £7 5s. 



i8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

247 Cameron, D. Y., Tay Side, signed (Connell), jfi2 153. 

248 Cameron, D. Y., Arrau ; Perth Bridge ; and Death (Connell), £2 2S. 

249 Cameron, D. Y., Amboise (Agnew), £1. 

250 Cameron, D. Y., Charterhouse : The Chapel and cloisters ; The towers o£ 

Charterhouse ; The chapel and founder's tomb ; The Charterhouse Schools 
(Tooth Sc Son), £1 6s. 

251 Cameron, D. Y., Mile stones ; April in the hiUs ; and A gentleman of leisure 

(Connell), i6s. 

252 Cameron, D. Y., Afternoon ; Kingsgate, Winchester ; and The storm (Connell), 

1 6s. 

253 Cameron, D. Y., Holyrood, signed proof, fine (Connell), £28 los. 

254 Cameron, D. Y., The Chapel, Haddon Hall (Tooth), £2 2s. 

255 Cameron, D. Y., The River Lea ; The old farm ; and Ware (Connell), i8s. 

256 Cameron, D. Y., The mirror, signed (Colnaghi & Obach), £5 los. 

257 Cameron, D. Y., Winchester Cathedral ; and Distant view of Winchester 

and St. Cross (Connell), £1 2s. 

258 Cameron, D. Y., The desert, signed (Tooth), £18 los. 

259 Cameron, D. Y., Near Droxford ; and The Valley of the Leathldll (Connell), 

£1 2S. 

MODERN ENGRAVINGS AND ETCHINGS. 
All in Proof States. 
Herbert Dicksee. 

260 The plough, on vellum, signed (Lecky), £1 i8s. 

261 and 262 The boyhood of Raleigh, on vellum, signed — two similar lots 

(Lecky), £1. 

263 Clouds and a silver lining, on vellum, signed (Lecky), £3 15s. 

264 A similar lot (Lecky), £3 15s. 

265 Memories, remarque proof, on vellum, signed (Lowndes), 15s. 

266 Primrose gatherers, on veUum, signed (Lowndes), £4 15s. 

267 The death of Gordon, remarque proof, on vellum, signed, two impressions, 

(Lowndes), £1 los. 

268 Cinderella, on vellum, signed (Agnew), £5 5s. 

269 The golden apple of the Hesperides, remarque proof, on vellum, signed ; and 

another, on vellum, signed (Lecky), £2. 

270 Maternal care, on vellum, signed ; and Solitude, remarque proof, signed 

(Lecky), £8 5s. 

271 The King, on vellum, signed, two impressions (Lecky), £1 los. 

272 The Monarch of the Insert, on vellum, signed ; and Lion and lioness, signed 

(Lecky), £4 15s. 

273 The flight into Egypt; and a Lion, both on vellum, signed (Lecky), £4. 

274 Leopards at play, on vellum, signed, two impressions (Lecky), £i i8s. 

276 The Monarch, two impressions, both signed ; and A tiger's head, on vellum 
signed (Lecky), £1 los. 

278 Lucky dog, on vellum, signed, two impressions (Lecky), £7 5s. 

279 Studies of a lion's head. Tiger's head. Deer Hound, and Bull Dog and Collie, 

all on vellum, signed, two impressions of each (Williams), £g 5s. 

280 King Charles Spaniel, on vellum, signed ; All his troubles before him, two 

impressions ; Kittens, two impressions ; and The last defender (Lowndes), 
£335. 

281 Cousias, Samuel, Master Lambton, after Sir T. Lawrence (Jacobson), £15 5s. 



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282 Lady St. Joha, by W. W. Barney, after J. Hoppner, open-letter proof 

(Jacobson), £6 6s. 

Charles Keene. 

A series of pen-and-ink sketches by Charles Keene, being the original sketches 
for the following pictures in Punch : — 

283 " The pot." (Parsons), £3 3s. 

285 A set-down (Rimell), £3 5s. 

286 Salubrious ! (Bain), £4. 

287 Rank insubordination (Rimell), £3 3s. 

288 Taking it easy (Spencer), £3 3s. 

289 " Small mercies " (Norton), £3. 

290 Two figures in long overcoats (Bain), £3 3s. 

291 A " good tuni " (Parsons), £3 3s. 

292 Prophetic (Daniell), £5 5s. 

293 " Too bad ! " (Baia), £4 15s. 

294 "Circumstantial" (Daniell), £3 3s. 

295 The way we build now (Maggs), £3 3s. 

296 Cricket scene (Rimell), £3 3=. 

297 Military scene (Maggs), £3 3s. 

298 Flattery (Bain), £3 3s. 

299 The oyster season commences (Parsons), £3 ^5. 

300 PoUtics and paste (Bain), £3 los. 

301 Culture in 1881 (Bain), £4 15s. 

302 Elucidation ! (Bain), £4 4s. 

303 " Regimental orders ! " (Maggs), £3 3s. 

304 Weight for age (Parsons), £3 3s. 

305 Picture dealer: " Please take care, sir! — your coat-tails doii't sweep agaiast 

my ' Old Masters ' ! " (Rimell), £3 5s. 

306 The season over (Maggs), £3 3s. 

307 A spring cleaning ! (Rimell), £3 3s. 

308 Clergyman and native (Parsons), £3 3s. 

309 SweU discussing with old gentleman (Bain), £3. 

310 Fisherman (Maggs), £3 3s. 

311 Boor and gentleman in railway compartment (Baia), £4. 

312 Better than beating her! (Bain), £4 los. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



November 3, 191 1. Puttick & Simpson. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

J3 View of the town and harbour of Falmouth from Pendeimis Castle, by \V. 

Dauiell, aquatints in colours, a pair {\V. Daniell), f,2 8s. 
13 Bath. Milsoin Street, etc., Old Bridge and New Room, by j. Hill and F. C. 

Lewis, after Nattes, aquatints, in colours (Venning), £1 15s. 
16 City of Bath, by R. Havell, after T. Clark, aquatint, in colours (HoUoway), 

£1 14s. 

21 Cambridge. The south front of the Senate House and west end of St. Marv's 

Church in the University of Cambridge, by and after T. Malton, aquatint, 
in colours, and one other (Hyam), £1 12s. 

22 Trinity College Bridge, and King's College, by Lambourn, a pair 

(Venning), 8s. 

23 Cathedral, and City of Ely, by D. Havell, aquatints, two copies (W. T. Spencer), 

£1 6s. 

29 View of Guildford (Surrey), by J. Pye, three copies. 

30 View from Richmond Hill, by C. Heath, after T. Hofland (W. Daniell), i;s. 
34 Hertford. East and west front views of the Hon. East India Company's 

College, by and after T. Medland, aquatints, in colours, two pairs (Hyam), 

£3 15s. 
55 Scotland. Edinburgh, a view of the old town taken from Princes St., by 

J. Clark, after Kay, aquatint, in colours (W. Daniell), £i gs. 
56 Peterhead, by F. C. Lewis, after Tytler, 2 copies (Parker), £1 2s. 

57 Dunkeld, Aberdeen, Lanark, all in colours, and Paisley, plain, all by Clark 

(W. T. Spencer), £2 los. 

58 Loch and Castle scene, all by Sargent, 8 aquatints, in colours ( W. T. 

Spencer), £i 3s. 

65 P.ortugal. Views near Ciatra, by Wells, after Noel, aquatints (Maggs), £1 6s. 

67 Italian views, by P. Sandby, aquatints (M'Caskie), £1 8s. 

68 Malta. The mouth of the harbour, by Sutherland, after Pierrepont, aquatint, 

in colours, fine (Rimell), £2 15s. 

69 Heligoland, by Havell, a pair of aquatints, in colours (Bruen), £1 6s. 

70 Messina (The Straits of), by Rosenberg, aquatints, in colours (Rimell), £1 123. 

71 Brielle in Holland, and companion, by Jukes, after Hutchinson, a pair of aqua- 

tints, in colours (Maggs), £2 2S. 
80 Bogota (The market place), by Castillo, 1838, aquatint, in colours (Maggs), 14s. 

84 Views of St. Helens, by Bellasis, John Tyler, 1815, ob. fol., 6 aquatints, in 

colours (Maggs), £2 los. 

85 City of Algiers, by Havell, after Runker, aquatint, in colours (Maggs), -s. 

86 Cape Coast Castle, by Rosenberg, after Bartels, aquatint, in colours (Parker), 

£1 los. 

90 .\merica. Views on the Hudson River, by J. Hill, after Wall, plates 4, 6, 7 

and 22, aquatints, in colours (Rimell), £4 17s. 6d. 

91 — — Isle of Sable, by Sandby ; Views on the St. Atnie's, and Falls of Chaudiere, 

by Edy, 4 aquatints (W. T. Spencer), £3 3s. 

92 — — The Natural Bridge, by Stadler, and another, aquatints, in colours 

(Britnell), £1 5s. 
102 Start, and Coming in for the Derby, etched and engraved by C. Hunt, aftei 
C. Turner, in colours, a pair (Titley), £2 los. 



November 3, 1911. 



106 Thoroughbreds, by Harris, after Herriny, in colours (Titley), 12s. 

107 Lottery, by and after C. Hunt, iji colours (Fores), i6s. 

108 Orville, by Scott, after Toirson, and Highflyer, drawn and etched by Gilpiu 

(Fores), 12s. 6d. 
tog Ascot Gold Cup, 1825, by Pollard, a pair, in colours (Brail), 12s. 

111 Pumpkin, Shark, Anvil, and Sweetbriar, all with full margins, aad Protector, 

with margin, aO by and after Stubbs, open-letter proofs (Maggs), £1 7s. 6d. 

112 Sweet William, Volunteer, Dungannon, and Protector, by and after the same, 

open-letter proofs (Maggs), £i los. 

113 Protector ; and Mambrino, by C. H. Hodges, after Stubbs, mezzotints, a pair 

(Maggs), £2 2s. 
1 18 Jupiter, by W. Ward, after Gilpin, mezzotint ; and Smolensko, after Sartorius 

(Pollard), £i 73. 6d. 
124 Ascot Races, drawn and engraved by J. Pollard ; and Doncaster Races, by 

and after the same, in colo\irs (Brail), £1 12s. 6d. 

131 (Juiz, by William Ward, after H. B. Chalon, mezzotint, in colours (F. Sabin), 

£11 OS. 

132 Brainworm, by J. C. Easling, after H. B. Chalon, mezzotint, in colours (F. 

Sabin), £8 i8s. 6d. 

133 Deception, by F. Duncan, after C. Hancock, aquatint, in colours (W. T. 

Spencer), £1 gs. 

134 Rowton ; and Priaus, after Ferneley, a pair of aquatints, in colours (Tiliey), 

135 Coaching : No time to spare for refreshment, by J . Harris, after C. B. Newhouse, 

aquatint, in colours (Fores), £2 10s. 

137 Snipe shooting, by Nichols and Bluck, after Reinagle, aquatints, in colours 

(Maggs), £1 los. 

138 A north east view of the new General Post Office, by H. Pyall, after Pollard, 

in colours (Cardon), £3 igs. 

139 Mails leaving the Post Office, by R. G. Reeves, after James Pollard, in colours 

(W. Daniell), £2 17s. 6d. 

140 Ascot Race for the Gold Cup, aquatint, in colours, rare (Cardon), £2 io«. 

MEZZOTINT PORTRAITS. 

141 Madonna ; and Col. Bambino, by J. R. Smith, after Reynolds (Barnard), £1. 

142 Lord Palmcrston, proof before all letters (Dunn), £2. 

143 Dr. Astley Cooper, by S. Cousins, after Sir T. Lawrence, proof (Parsons), 

J44 John H. Manners, Duke of Rutland, by J. Lucas, after G. Sandes (Dunn), i8s. 

145 Sir William Chambers, by V. Green, after Sir J. Reynolds (Parsons), £x is. 

146 Rt. Hon. William Windham, by J. Jones, after Sir J. Reynolds (Breun), £t. 
148 Sir John Aubrey, Bart., by J . Jones, after Sir J. Reynolds (Venning), i6s. 
140 Thomas Lord Manners, by S. W. Reynolds, after Thompson, proof (Breun), 

£1 2S. 

150 John Mudge, M.D,, by W. Dickinson, and Sir J. Aubrey, proof (Vemiing;), 

151 Wm. Mainung, Esq., by C. Turner, proof; and the Rev. Richard Valpy, 

by C. Turner, proof (Venning), i8s. 

152 Charles, Earl Grey, by W. Say, full-length ; and another (Britnell), us. 

153 George Webb Hall, Esq., by S. W. Reynolds, proof before letters and open- 

letter proof (Venning), 14s. 

154 John Ash, M.D., engraved by F. Bartolozzi, after Sir J. Reynolds, two copies 

(Maggs), £2 7s. 6d. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



155 The Rt. Hon. William Pitt, by R. Bowyer, after Gainsborough ; and another 
by Heath (Barnard), 19s. 

157 Lady Middleton, by J. McArdell, after Sir Peter Lely (Barnard), 

£2 7s. 6d. 

158 Mrs. Pope as ] nliet, by \Y. Ward, after M. A. Shee, mezzotint (Oldham), /Ji. 

159 Major-General William Kingsley, by R. Hoiiston, after J. Reynolds (Reader!, 

£1 2S. 

160 George Colman, by Marchi, after Reynolds, fiist state, mezzotint (Parsons), 

£1 7s. 6d. 

161 Sir Robert Fletcher, by W. Dickuison, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Parker), 

£2 2S. 
182 The Rt. Hon. G. Cannmg, by W. Ward, after Stewardson, mezzotints, two 
copies (Deighton), 8s. 

163 Sir John Vanbrugh, by J. Smith, after KneUer, mezzotint (PhiUips & Brown), 

£2 8s. 

164 The charmers, by C. Knight, after the Rev. Mr. Peters, printed in colours 

(Titley), £8 iSs. 6d. 

165 Classical subject, by W. Ryland, after Angelica Kauffman, a fine impression, 

in brown, proof before all letters (Barnard), £^ 5s. 

166 The pet lamb, by Barney, after Wheatley, circle (Pollard), £5 5s. 

167 An oval children subject, finally printed in colours (Pollard), £15 15s. 

168 A boy of Glamorgan, and a Girl of Carnarvon, by Ryder, after WestaU, a 

pair, circles (Parker), £3 15s. 

169 Mrs. TickeU, by John Condfe, after R. Cosway, wtih full margin, in colours 

(Ellis), £65 2S. 

170 Mrs. Jackson, by John Conafe, after R. Cosway, with full margin, in colours 

(Ellis), £73 los. 
1 71 Louisa, by P. W. Tomkins, after Nixon, in brown, with full margin, open letter 

proof (Pollard), £2 los. 
J72 Charles H, by G. Faithorne, proof (F. Sabin), £g los. 
173 Viscountess Andover, by C. Wilkin, after J. Hoppner, with large marguis 

(Ellis & Smith), £17 6s. 6d. 

177 The interior of the House of Lords, 1820, with key. and The Queen returning 

from the House of Lords, by Dubourg, in colours, proof (Barnard), 13s. 

178 New York : View of the bay and harbour from the Battery, by C. Burton, in 

colours (W. T. Spencer), 13s. 

179 Wyke and Portland, by J. Bluck, after J. W. Upham, aquatint, in colours 

(A. Walker), £1 los. 

180 Waterloo, by M. Dubourg, six aquatints, in colours (Maggs), los. 

182 London, by John Swertner, a pair of aquatints, with key (W. Daniell), xos. 
184 Naval engagement between the Kearsarge and the Alabama, after 

Lebreton, lithograph, in colours (Long), £2 15s. 
185 The British Queen, by Edward Duncan, after W. J. H\iggins, aquatint, 

in colours (Maggs), £2 15s. . 
186 H.M.S. Wellington off Dover, aquatmt, proof before all letters (Parker), los. 
189 Bartholomew Fair, 1721, aquatint (Spencer), iis. 
191 Cupid coming in at the window, and another Fancy subject, in colours (Titley), 

£1 2S. 
193 French fireside, engraved by P. W. Tomkins (Brail), £3 17s. 6d. 
395 Hawking, scarce old mezzotint (Parker), £2 17s. 6d. 

196 The infancy of Jupiter, by Henry Meyer, after H. Thompson (Parker), gs. 

197 French aquatints, by Descourtis, a pair, in colours (Jacobsen), £11 os. 6d. 

198 Nymph bathing, by Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, printed in colours (Brail), £2. 



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204 Lord Bessborough giving alms at Hyde Park, by P. W. Tomkins (showing 
turnpike gate, corner of Edg^vare Road) (Pollard), £1 i6s. 

206 The discovery, or the Angry father, by J. Ward, after J. Opie (Barnard), 

£1 12s. 

207 Madam Ann Kirk, by J. Backet, after Van Dyke (Barnard), iis. 

208 Portraits of F. Bartolozzi— Sir J. Reynolds, and James Beattie ( ), ids. 

2oq French engraving, La Dance, by Filloul, after Paterre (Parsons), £2 15s. 

210 Le Concert Ainoureux, by Filloul, after Paterre (Parsons), £2 17s. 6d. 

211 Leda, by Demarteau, after F. Boucher, in red (Meulinere), i6s. 

212 Skating, Wintermaand, fine Dutch aquatint (Davis), £1 2S. 6d. 

213 Spring — Summer — Autumn, and Winter, mezzotints, by Haines (Watkin), 

£2 2S. 

214 The burial of General Fraser, by W. Nutter, after Graham — The death of. 

General Sir Ralph Abercromby, by Legal, after Stothard, and two other 
(Parker), £3- 

215 Reception de Voltaire aux Champs Elisees par Henri Quatre, and Arrivee 

de J. J. Rousseau aux Champs Elisees, after Moreau le jeune (Cardon), 

i8s. 
21S Marquis of Wharton, and Mrs. Elinor Copley, by J. Smith, mezzotints 

(Barnard), £1. 
2iq Van Tromp, by Graham, after Rembrandt, proof mezzotint (Detmold), £i 5s. 
220 Les Mure, and Les Primevers, by Legrand, after W. Hamilton, printed in 

colours, a pair (Barnard), £3 7s. 6d. 
237 The brothers driving off Comus and his spirits, by E. Scott ; and companion, 

in colours (Brail), £2. 
253 Arundel Society Publications. Libri (D.) Virgin and child— Pisanello. 

St. George, and Giotto, Dante (W. T. Spencer), £1 17s. 
254 ■pinturiccho. The Nativity and Mantegna. St. John the Baptist and 

St. Benedict (Chatto), £2. 
2=,S La Rixe, by Felix Bracquemond, after J. L. E. Meissonier, signed remarque 

artist's proof, with Meissonier's seal in black on the mount (Deighton), 

£56 14s- 
2'iq The kiss, by L. Henry Saterlet, after J. L. E. Meissoiiier, signed remarque 

artist's proof, with Meissonier's seal in black on the mount (Archer), 17s. 6d. 

260 Le Dragon, by Auguste Boulard, after J. L. E. Meissonier, signed remarque 

artist's proof (Archer), £2. 

261 Napoleon et son etat Majors, by Alphonse Lamotte, signed remarque artist's 

proof (Archer), £3. 

262 " i8r4," by Eugene lily, signed remarque artist's proof (Archer), £4 4s. 

263 Partie des Cartes, by Lalauze, signed remarque artist's proof (Archer), £3 13s. 6d. 

264 Le Marechal Ferrant, by Abel Mignon, signed remarque artist's proof (Archer), 

£2 2S. 

265 Whistler, Battersea Bridge, photogravure, in colours (Deighton), £1 5s. 

266 Lady Maitland, by Norman Hirst, after Raeburn, signed proof, mezzotint 

(Dunn), £4 4s. 

267 Rouen Cathedral, by Lhermite, signed proof, etching (Tooth), £2 los. 

268 Wood sawyers, by W. Hole, after Millais, signed proof, etching (Dott), £2. 

269 Clouds have a silver li ling, by Herbert Dicksee, signed proof, etching (Dott), 

£2 5s. 

270 Through the crisp air, by Herbert Sedcolc, after Joseph Farquharson, signed 

proof, mezzotint (Parker), £3. 

271 Lady Bamfylde, by E. Stamp, after Reynolds, mezzotint, in colours, signed 

proof (Dott), £1 los. 



24 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

272 Duchess of Rutland, by and after the same, mezzotint, in colours, sigued 

proof (Dott), fi los. 

273 Ferry on the Loch, by S. C. Pratt, after Joseph Farquharson, signea proof, 

mezzotint (Dott), £i los. 

274 The monarch of the glen, by T. Landseer, after Sir E. Landseer, signed artist's 

and engraver's proof (Fores), £io los. 

275 Ditto, lettered proof (W. Long), £i 4s. 

276 Meryon, Le Ministere de la Marine, second state (Neumeyer), £1. 

277 Whistler, Billingsgate, and St. James Street (Tourbillon), 15s. 

278 Whistler, Chelsea (Tourbillon), iis. 

279 Cameron, .\mboise — Arran and Perth Bridge (Tourbillon), i8s. 

280 Haden, Purfleet — Cowdray and Twickenham Church (Neumeyer), £1. 

282 Seeing I saw not, after Herkomer, signed proof, photogravure (J. Wilson), 5s. 

283 Richmond Castle, by David law, etching, signed proof. (M'Gregor), iis. 

284 Alnwick Castle, by the same, ditto (Longhurst), 15s. 

283 The salmon poacher, and The salmon leap, after Douglas Adams, signed 
proofs (Fores), los. 

286 The Sabbath breakers, and You young scamp, both after J. C. DoUman, signed 

proofs (Fores), los. 

287 Countess of Carlisle, by Greenhead, and Countess of Derby, by G. Every, 

after Romney, signed proofs, mezzotints (Yeulett), £1. 
290 Should auld acquaintance, by Herbert Dicksee, etching, signed proof (J.Wilson). 

£1 I2S. 6d. 
292 Where only seabirds roam, by J. B. Pratt, after P. Graham, and Through mist 

and rain, by H. Sedcole, after J. Farquharson, signed proofs (J. Wilson), 

£1 I2S. 

296 One of the flowers of our hunt, by J. Harris, after H. Aiken, plate 3, in colours 

(Gardiner), i8s. 

297 View of Sierra Leone, by E. Duncan, after Lieut. McArthur, aquatint, in 

colours (Parsons), £1 iis. 

298 Rustic courtship, after Wheatley, oval, in colours (Maggs), £4 los. 

299 General Elliott, by Martin, after De GUm (Parsons), £1 is. 

300 John Leech, Master George — Mr. Jorrocks, and two others, a set of four 

(Agnew), £5 igs. 6d. 

BAXTER OIL PRINTS. 

300A Verona, and Jenny Dean's interview with the Queen (Langdale), £1 3s. 

301 Prince Albert, and The bride, and two others (Britnell), 12s. 

302 Paul and Virginia, and So tired (Britnell), gs. 

303 Belle of the village ( ), i8s. 

304 Charge of the British troops on the road to Windlesham, stamped mount 

(Britnell), 12s. 

305 Crystal Palace, New York (Wilson), 7s. 

306 Lovers' seat, Hastings, and the Wishing well (Longdate), i6s. 

307 The cornfield, (Britnell), i6s. 

308 Exhibition subjects and views ( ), £1 14s. 

300 Royal Exchange, and Opening of the 1857 Exhibition (Britnell), gs. 

3ir> Descent from the Cross, The Ascension, and Jerusalem ( ), 143. 

311 Small Tarantella, and Welsh drovers (Langdale), r7s. 

312 Chales Satoon, and one other ( ), 3s. 

313 The gardener's shed, stamped mount (liritnell), £1 los. 

314 Day before marriage, stamped mount (W. T. Sixincer), £2 tos. 



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315 Winter (large) ( ), 15s. 

316 Prince Albert, and Lord Nelson (VV. T. Nelson), £i 2S. 

.317 Belle of the village, First lesson, and three others (J. Wilson), £1 13s. 

318 Princess Royal, The morning call, and So nice (W. T. Spencer), £1 igs. 

319 The Greek dance. The harem, and Spanish dancers (W. T. Spencer), £1 14s. 

320 Little gardeners, Crossing the brook, and Panl and Virginia (W. T. Spencer), 

ii- 

321 Richmond Hill and Bridge, Cader Idris, and Lake Luggellaw (Britncll), 14s. 

322 Windsor Castle, and Prince of Wales at Osborne (Langley), 8?. 

323 Le Blond, Fancy subjects (Payne), fi. 

324 Le Blond, Views (Payne), £1. 

325 Le Blond, Summer (Britnell), 8s. 

^26 Baxter, Love's letter box (W. T. Spencer), £2 4s. 

327 1857 Exhibition (Britnell), 8s. 

328 Rev. William Knibb (Britnell), 5s. 

329 Belle of the viUage (W. T. Spencer), 14s. 

330 Flora, (HoUoway), 13s. 

331 Day before marriage (W. T. Spencer), £2. 

332 Summer (large), (Britnell), 15s. 

333 Tropical scene, (BritneU), £1 7s. 6d. 

334 Love's letter box (Britnell), £2. 

335 Lucerne (Wilkinson), £1 4s. 

336 Fruit girl of the Alps (Wilkinson), £1 4s. 

337 Queen Victoria, Polar scenery (2), and thrse others (BritneU), £1 4s. 



26 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



November i8 and 20. Christie's. 

Modern Pictures and Drawings, portion of the Stock of 
Mr, W. W. Sampson, 13, Air Street, London, W. 

PICTURES. 
BRITISH SCHOOL. 

I Ansclell, R., R.A., 1875, The toilet ; Alhambra in the background. R.A., 1875 

—47 X 75i (Lister), £5 is. gd. 

i Ansdell, R., R.A , Bringing home the deer — 49 X 74I (Foster), £23 2s. 

3 Anthony, H. Mark, Royal Forest in France — 61J x 43 (C. Joseph), £5 5s. 

4 Aylward, J. D., 1909, The first rehearsal — iii x i7i (Foster), fn iis. 

5 Baxter, C, Highland Mary — 18J X igj (Cooling), £9 gs. 

6 Black, Arthur J., Haul the boat-a-heave. R.A, 1903 — 44J X 80 (Foster),. 

£2985. 

7 Black, Arthur J., Lobster-fishers. R.A., 1904 — 48 x 71J (Walter), £25 4s. 

8 Blinks, T., At fault— 9 X iii (Artemus Tooth), £2 2S. 

9 Boughton, G. H., R.A., 1874, Afternoon tea — 24! '•' 37i (Hunt), £7 7s. 
IQ Boughton, G. H., R.A, Meditation — 19^ X 104 (C. Joseph), £5 5s. 

11 Br^anski, A. de, Cottage among trees — 9 x 16^ (Stern), £3 13s. 6d 

12 Brett, J., A.R.A., Shore of the North Sea— 6^ x 13J (Graves), £5 i,is. 6d. 

13 Calthrop, Claude, The haunted chamber — 19* x 23.} (Leggatt), £15 15s. 

14 Cameron, D., Cattle in pastures on the coast — 23 X 42 (Wagner), £4 4s. 

15 Cameron, D., Down to the stream- — 23J X 41 (Wagner), £5 15s. 6d. 

16 Carmichael, J. W., Royal yacht Victoria and Albert leaving Portsmouth — 

iij X i7i (Leggatt), £5 15s. 6d. 

17 Charles, J., The favourites — 43 x 34^ (Wood), £46 4s. 

18 Clark, James, The mother— 29J X 23^ (Wolff & Co.), £8 8s. 

ig Cole, Vicat, R.A., In the hayfield— 13^ X igi (Wallis), £28 7:". 

20 Coleman, W. S., Pigeons — 2^^ X 16J (Artemus Tooth), £21. 

21 Cooper, T. S., R.A., End of a summer day — 23I X 35 (Vicars), £94 los. 

22 Cooper, T .S., R.A., Early winter. R.A., 1896— 35J x 27^ (Cross & Phillips), 

£81 1 8s. 

23 Cope, C. W., R.A., 1847, Fete Champdtre, panel — 24J X 29J (Alexander), 

£9 9S- 

24 DaiJis, H. W. B., R.A., 1904, The Surrey hills. R.A., 1904-371 X 72 

(Thomas), £144 i8s. 

25 Douglas, Edwin, 1881, Listeners — 19 X 24 (Hudson), £14 14s. 

26 Duke, Arthur, Well in view ; and Gone to earth, a pair — 23 J X 35 J- (Stern)' 

£10 IDS. 

27 East, Sir Alfred, A.R.A., The quiet stream— iji X 21 J (Coles), £22 is. 

28 East, Su: Alfred, A.R.A., Road by the pool— 15^ X 2ii (Biddle), £21. 

29 East, Sir Alfred, A. R.A. , Grey and gold ; A Gloucester landscape — 14I X 2iJ. 

(Louis), £13 2s. 6d. 

30 Eaft, Sir Alfred, A.R.A., Flickering sunlight, panel — 9.i X 13J (Stem),. 

£12 IS. 6d. 

31 Ellis, Edwin, Sennen Cove, Whitsand Bay, Cornwall— 26 X 50 (W. Howard),. 

£26 5s. 

32 Ellis, Edwin. "And it was windy weather" — 27 X 42 (Gooden & Fo.'c)^ 

£11 IIS. 



November i8 and 20, igii. 



33 Elmo-.e, A. W., R.A., Ophelia. R.A., 187:— 13J x oj (Hunt), £6 65. 
31 Fildes, Sir Luke, R.A " Fair, quiet aud sweet rest." R.A., 1872 — 51 X 94 
(Birtlef), £294. 

" How 5weet it were : hearing the downward stream 
With half-shut eyes, ever to seem 
FaBing to sleep in a half dream." 

— Tennyson's " Lotos-Eaters." 

35 Fildes, Lady (Luke), 1876, Venice — 8 x 11 (W. Howard), £10 10s. 

36 Fisher, Mark, A.R.A., 1876, Waiting for the Ferry — 17 x 24^ (Wallis), 

i^T. lOS. 

37 Forbes, Stanhope A., R.A., 1909, Ironing — 35J x 27i (Wolff), £39 i8s. 

38 Forbes, Stanhope A., R.A., 1904, The pilot— 23 X 17 (Wolff), £18 i8s. 

39 Forbes, E. A. Stanhope, 1899, Dfejeuner des Pauvres — 18 X 14^ (M. Joseph), 

£15 15s. 

40 Cxill, Edmimd, 1863, Welsh waterfaU— 144 x 22i (GiU), £6 6s. 

41 Glindoni, H. G., 1894, The rivals — 34 X 43i (D. M. Davis), £39 i8s. 

42 Good, T. S., Disturbed slumbers, panel — 16 x 13 (Wallis), £37 i6s. 

43 Goodall, F., R.A., 1899, On the road to Mandalay. R.A., 1899 — 56 x 7& 

(Scott), £12 12s. 

44 GoodaU, F., R.A., 1897, On the Nile— 19^ :< 434 (Mitchell), £47 js. 

4 J Goodall, F., R.A., Interior of an Irish cabin, panel — 9 X i3i (W. Howard) 

£12 I2S. 

46 Graham, Peter, R.A., 1897, Highland stream, with cattle — 47i X 71 (Maple 

and Co.), £997 los. 

47 Graham, Peter R.A., 1872, Haven of rest — 35^ X 22 (Forbes), £157 los. 

48 Gregory, E. J., R.A., Boulter's Lock: Sunday afternoon. A study for the 

picture exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1897 — 26 J X 17 J (Cotes), £23 2s. 

49 Hannah, R., The old oak chest, panel — 23! X i7f (Paris), £5 15s. 6d. 

50 Hardy, Heywood, The find ; and The kill, a pair— i7i x 26^ (Wolff), £60 i8s. 

51 Herring, J. F., sen., 1857, Return from deer-stalking — 27 X 36 (Mitchell, 

£57 155. 

52 Herring, J. F., sen., 1835, Shooting pony and dogs — 27 X 36 (Cross and 

Phillips), £12 I2S. 

53 Hicks, G. E., 1886, Fair critics. R.A., 1887 — 35 X 53 (Cooling), £9 9s. 

54 Holland, J., House wherein Titian was bom — 19J x i<j\ (Howard), £21. 

55 Holland, J., Venice ■. Moonlight — 12 X 9 (Cotes), £9 9s. 

56 Hunt, A. W., i87r, A sea-fret hanging over liuiut.inborough. R.A., 1872 — 

29i X 48 (Leggatt), £31 los. 

57 Hunt, Walter, The dog's home. R.A., 1883—39 X 65 (D. M. Davis), £63. 

58 Johnston, A., R.S.A., John Bunyan in Bedford Gaol — 15 x 12 (Mullen), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 

59 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., Study of a deer and rough hounds — 1 1 J X 8i {Schroeder> 

£22 IS. 

(X) La Thangue, H. H., A.R.A., Boat-builder's yard— 29 X 32 (Gcoden & Fcx), 
£26 5S. 

61 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1896, The Severn, near Worcester — 43 x 71 1 (Maple 

and Co.), £420. 

62 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1901, Autumn in Switzerland — 24 X 35 i (Wallis) 

£57 15s- 

63 Leader, B. W., R..\., igii, Summer flood — 19 x 29I (.Mullen), £120 15s. 

64 Leader, B. W., R.A., 191 1, Welsh river — is^ x 2ii (Hunt), £42. 

65 ■ Leader, E. W., R.A., 1S95, Bodiam Castle, Susse.x— irj X 17J (Hunt), £23 2S. 

66 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1911, Our South Coast— iij X i.sj (Stern), £44 2s. 



28 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

67 Leighton, E. Blair, 1897, Madame Sans-Gene — 24 X igi (Mitchell), £^t cou 

68 Linnel, J., sea.. 1871, Noonday rest — zji X 39 (Mitchell), £157 10?. 

69 Linton, Sir J. D., 1883, The Surrender. RA., 1883 — 49 J x 97 J (Morrisoct) , 

£115 los. 

70 Long, E., R.A., 1889, Preparing for the Festival of Anubis. R.A., 1889— 

42 X 60 (Luton), £152 5s. 

71 Macbeth, R. VV., R.A., Flotsam, panel— 7 X loi (Foster), £11 lis. 

72 MacWhirter, J., R.A., May-blossom — 36 X 23^ (Gooden & Fox), £29 8s. 

73 Moore, H., R.A., 1872, A grey sea — 14 X 29 (Foster), £17 17s. 

74 Morgan, Evelyn de, 1877, Cadmus and Marmonia — 40 X 18 (Cotes), £31 tos. 

75 Morgan, Fred., Follow my leader— 324 X 49^ (Richards), £73 los. 

76 Morgan, Fred., Sunny hours- 43 x 29 (Richards), £52 los. 

77 Morris, P. R., A.R.A., Startled— 35^ X 28 (Mitchell), £7 7s. 

78 Miiller, W., 1840, The image-seller, panel— i2i X 8f (Walter), £8 8s. 

79 Niemann, E. J., sen.. On the Roodee, Chester — ej y 14J (Foster), £9 gs. 
■fio North, J. VV., A. R.A., 1893-4, Summer Waters. R.A., 1894 — 51 X 73 (Goodeti 

and Fox), £131 5s. 
81 Parker, H. P., 1826, Pilots on the look-out — 27* x 23* (W. Howard), 

£15 15s. 
■82 Pickering, J. L., Storm voices — 27 X 42 (Alexander), £10 los. 
•83 Laslett J. Pott, 1894, Sanctuary: An incident in the childhood of Peter the 

Great. RA., 1894 — 46J X 70J (Melhuish), £168. 

84 Poynter, Sir E. J., P.R.A., " Barine " (Horace, lib. ii, car. viii) — 35 > 38 

(Johnson), £199 los. 

85 Pyne, J. B., Staithes, Yorkshire coast : Afternoon — 23 x 36 (Vicars), £50 8s. 

86 Roberts, Edwia, Full swing— 14^ X 9i (Wolff), £8 8s. 

87 Rowlandson, G. D., Point-to-point — 26 X 36 (Drayson), £16 5s. 6d. 

88 Rowlandson, G. D., 191 1, " A good'un to follow " ; and " My Lady leads," 

a pair — 29J x 19^ (Alexander), £17 17s. 
8g Sadler, W. Dendy, 1883, " As happy as the day is long " — 59 J X 35J (Wolflt), 

£35 14s. 
■90 Sadler, W. Dendy, The schoolmaster : The object-lesson — 29 X 20 (Foster), 
£46 4S. 

91 Shayer, W., sen., Lane scene, with a peasant and cows — 23 X igi (Cross and 

Phillips), £48 6s. 

92 Shayer, W., sen.. Shady lane, with a peasant and cattle — 13^ X iij (Foster)-, 

£29 8s. 

93 Sherrin, D., Evening on the Stour — 23^ X 35i (Vicars), £6 6s. 

94 Sherrin, D., Holmwood Church, Surrey — 23^ X 35i (Vicars), £6 6s. 

95 Sherrin, D., A Surrey Farm— igj X 294 (White), £5 15s. 6d. 

g6 Sherrin, D., Near Christchurch, Hants — ^igi X 29} (White), £5 5s. 

97 Sidley, S., 1876, The challenge, panel — 20J x 13J (Amor), £6 i6s. 6d. 

g8 Smythe, L. P., A.R.A., Regent Street in the Eighties — 35 X 50 (Cross and 

Phillips), £3 13s. 6d. 
0<; Smythe, L. P., A.R.A., Returning from market — i2i X 9} (Gooden 3c Fok) 
£13 J3S. 
too Smythe, L. P., A.R.A., Tlie washing-stream — 13^ X gi (Foster), £12 123. 

101 Staiifield, C, R.A., 1849, Salvator Rosa's studio. R.A., 1849 — 35 X 51 

(VVallis), £63. 

102 Stone, M.ircus, R.A., 1881, Winter — 35J X 24 (Foster), £60 i8s. 

103 Stone, Marcus, R.A., 1873, In time o£ peace — i2i X igi (Wallis), £42. 

104 Strudwick, J. M., i87g, Apollo and Marsyas — 41 X 65 (Forbes), £120 15s. 

105 Stuart, Charlfs, August in the Highlands — 23 X 36 (Bbinnann), £31. 



November 18 and 20, igii. 



106 Swan, J. M., R.A., A panther : A coast scene on the reverse, panel — sj X 8i 

(Cotes), i<j gs. 

107 Webb, J., 1880, Ehrejibreitsteiii : Rhme — 14 > 23^ (Robiiisoii \ Williams), 

i^22 IS. 

J08 Weekes, W., Cock ol the walk— igj x 2g\ (Cross & Phillips), £4 4s. 

109 Wetherbee, G., Idle moments — igi X 29 J (Cooling), £15 15s. 

J 10 Wyllie, W. M., 1878, House of Commons — 29 X 49i (Cooling), £9 9s. 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 

13 1 Andreotti, F., Love song — 10 X 8J^ (Boussod, Valadon), £12 12s. 
112 Avendano, Serafin de. Bay of Livorno — gi X 18J (Mitchell), £8 i8s. 6d. 
■ 133 Baccani, A., 1870, Grecian Idyll — 21 X ssi (Wolff), £10 los. 
334 Bartolini (Ro3iie), 1872, The Cardinal, panel — 10 X 7j (Blairniann), £5 5s. 
315 Bechi, L., The pet bird— 27^ X 24 (Wolff), /;i6 5s. 6d. 
136 Beers, Jan van (Paris), 1879, Head of a girl, with feathers i33 her hat, panel,. 

oval — II X 8i (Cooling), £10 los. 
117 Berne-Belleconr, J., 1911, The outpost; and In sight of the enemy, a pair,. 

panel — 18 >: 15 (Mitchell), £34 13s. 
3 18 Benlliure, J., Going to Mass, panel — 12J X 8^ (Thrift), £19 19s. 
iig Bonheur, Auguste, 1854, Mountainous landscape, with a herdsman and cattle 

— 45 X 47 (Boussod, Valadon), £19 19s. 
120 Bretegnier, G., 1886, Blind beggar, Fez — 49 X 36 (Lntou), £84. 
321 Cecchi, A. (Florence), The concert — I2i X 18J (Mullen), £25 4s. 
122 Cipolla, F. (Rome), Sworn enemies — 15 X 21 (Blairmann), £11 iis. 
VI23 Corot, J. B. C, Horseman near two trees — 12 x 15^ (Shepherd), £29 8s. 

124 Delphy, H. J., River scene, peasant womasi in the foreground : Sunset — 

23 >• 385 (Cremetti), £8 8s. 

125 Duverger, T. E., The dance, panel — 13^ x 10 (Cooling), £12 12s. 

126 Floyd, Th., Dolce far Niente — 10 X 29J (Walter), £21. 

127 Frere, Ed., Mid-day meal — 25^ x 21 (Cooling), £78 15s. 

128 Geza, Vestagh (Budapest), The Uon at home — 36J X 58 (Artemus Tooth),. 

£131 5S. 

129 Guillemin, A., Feeding the bird, panel — 12 X gi (Boussod, Valadon), £9 igs. 6d.- 

130 Heffuer, Karl, Evening on the river — 18 x 28 J (WaUis), £31 los. 

131 Jacomin, A., The Armourer, panel — i7i X i4i (Cooling), £21. 

132 Kaemmerer, F. H., The morning walk — 17J X 12 (Boussod, Valadon), £9 gs. . 

333 Koekkoek, J. H., Osi the Dutch coast, pa3ielT— 12 x 17 (Mitchell), £7 7s. 

334 Lesrel, A. A., 1910, Rehearsal at the Chateau, panel — 22J x i8i (Mitchell),. 

£88 4S. 

335 Lesrel, A. A., 1910, Interrupted card party, panel — 22J >' 18J (Sanderson), 

£86 2S. 

136 Majani, A., i8g6. Home to the farm — 34J x 50 (Wolff), £22 is. 

137 Melnik, Cainille, The opera singer, panel — 25 X 21J (Wagner), £10 los. 

138 Millar, H. (Munich), 1889, At the snosque, panel — loj >' 8J (Wolff), £13 2S. 6d.. 

139 Munier, E., 1880, Breakfast-time — 26 >: 21 (M. Joseph), £14 3s. 6d. 

140 Munthe, L., Smiset on the coast of Holland, panel — 16 X 29 (Schroeder), 

£48 6s. 

141 Olsson, Julius, Full Moon: St. Ives — 17^ x 23J (Cotes), £9 gs. 

142 Picou, H., 1883, W'ood nymph — 23i >; 19J (Blairmann), £14 14s. 

343 Plassan, .\. E., 1865, Replying to the proposal — 15J X 12 (WaUis), £37 i6s. 

144 Poittevin, Eug. le, Scene in Holland — 14^ X 25 (Cooling), £13 13s. 

145 Santoro, F. (Rome), 1875, Teasing the child — 29 x 40I (Blairmann), £23 2S. . 



30 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

146 Sartorio, G. A. (Rome), The avowal — 19 X 26J (Walter), £g 9s. 

147 Schmutzler, L., 1890, A welcome visitor — 27J y 38 (Cooling), £63. 

148 Schreiber, Ch., His Eminence — 14^ X i7i (Blairmaim), £8 8s. 

149 Schultius, F., Easter morning — 24^ X 17^ (Wolff), £7 17s. 6d. 

150 Semenowsky, E. (Paris), 1895, Spring-time ; and Cherries, a pair, panel — 

15-4 '< 9i (Hunt), £14 14s, 

151 Sorbi, R., 1888, " Blind-man's buff "—20 X 37 (Mullen), £42. 

152 Spangi, H. von (Munich), The watering-place — 18 X 35 (W. Howard), £10 los. 

153 Verboeckhoven, E., Sheep and a hen, panel — 5i n' 8 (Stern), £22 is. 

154 Westerbeck, C, 1900, Winter: The return of the flock — 22 x 30 (WolS), 

£18 i8s. 

155 Willems, F., In the studio, panel — 24 X 20 (Cremetti,), £54 12s. 

DRAWINGS. 

ij6 Allingham, H., Home lessons — gi X 4J (Permain), £8 i8s. 6d. 

157 Alma-Tadema, Sir L., R.A., Roman wine-tasters — 16! :■; 7.I (M. Joseph), 

£141 15s. 
isS Alma-Tadema, Sir L., R. A., Ancient Egyptian Architect — iil ■ 11} (Le?gatt) 

£63. 

159 Augell, H. Coleman, Roses in blue vase — 13 X 9} (Mitchell), £2 2s. 

160 Angell, H. Coleman, Roses in a vase — 8J X 7 (Permain), £3 3s. 

161 Angell, H. Coleman, Apple blossom — 6J X 7j (Cooling), £2 12s. 6d. 

162 Bach, Guido, 1876, Eastern water-carriers — 26i X 20 (Cooling), £4 14s. 6d. 

163 Bach, Guido, 1876, Arab School, Cairo — 2i? X 15^ (CooUag), £4 45. 

164 Bakhuyzeu, J. v. d. Sande, 1874, Early morning in HoUand — 12 J x 19 (Cre- 

metti), £9 QS. 

165 Barret, G., HiUy Landscape, with sheep and huntsmen — 20 y. 32^ (Vicars), 

£3 13s- 6d. 

166 Bayliss, Sir Wyke, Interior of Orvieto Cathedral — 20 J X 29 (Bowden), £30 9s. 

167 Bentley, C, Fishing boats entering harbour — 24J X 36 (Vicars), £16 i6s. 
i58 Branwhite, C, 1872, Mountain stream — isi X 29^ (Wolff), £3 13s. 6d. 
i6g Brewtnall, E. J., 1884, Blue-Beard's wife — 33^ X 24 (Walter), £9 9s. 

170 Brewtnall, E. F., Bathers — 18 X I3i (Cooling), £2 12s. 6d. 

171 Caffieri, H., Rough Weather: A night's catch— 2o| X 28J (Alexander), 

£10 los. 

172 Caffieri, H., Portel women — 20J X 13J (Kennedy), £2 12s. 6d. 

173 Callow, W., Watermill— 8 X 12J (Bowden), £5 59. 

174 Carter, H. B., Evening on the coast — 19^ X 28J (Bowden), £28 7s. 

175 Cattermole, C, An ambuscade — 13 X 29 (Bowden), £9 19s. 6d. 

176 Clark, James, Happy mornings — 23 X 17 (Mitchell), £4 4s. 

177 Clausen, G., R.A., White clouds— 8J x 11 (MitcheU), £5 5s. 

178 Clausen, G., R.A., Poplars— SJ x 11 (Mitchell), £6 6s. 

179 Clausen, G., R.A., The last gleam— 11 X 8} (Mitchell), £6 6s. 

180 Clausen, G., R.A., The citadel— 7i X loj (MitcheU), £6 6s. 

181 Coleman, W. S., Happy days— 10 x 8 (Wolff), £7 7s. 

182 Cook, E. Wake, Loch Katrine — 11 x i7i (Keiuiedy), £11 os. 6d. 

183 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1870, The fleecy charge— 26} X 40 (Bowden), £90 6s. 

184 Couver, J. van, Near Gorekun ; and IsseUnond, Holland, a pair — 14 X 2oi 

(Walter), £3 3s. 

185 Deschamps, A.. The duel- SJ x 6i (CooUng), £6 i6s. 6d. 

186 Dollman, J. C, Pro bono publico — 12 X 22! (Bowden), £18 i8s. 

187 Dollman, J. C, Tlif starting-gate- J i.] X 2i (C. Joseph), £7 7s. 



November i8 and 20, 191 1. 31 

188 Dollond, W. Anstey, Offerings — 20J x 13} (Cross & Phillips), £17 17s. 

iSg DoUond, W. Anstey, The bazaar — 20 X 12} (Mitchell), £23 2S. 

190 Evans, Bernard, Cannock Chase — 15 x 21 (Cooling), £7 17s. 6d. 

icji Evans, Bernard, Rocky coast, with figures — gj ;■' 13^ (Reid), £3 13s. 6d. 

192 Fielding, C, Coast scene : Sunset — 9J x 14J (Howard, W.), £6 6s. 

193 Foster, Birket, Eton, from the river — 7J x loj (Vicars), £42. 

• 194 Foster, Birket, Bridge over the Moselle, Coblentz, vignette (VVallU), 
£31 los- 

195 Foster, Birket, Crossing the stream — 4} x 6J (Cross & Phillips), £42. 

196 Foster, Birket, Street in a French town — 4 x 6 (VValHs), £37 16s. 

197 Fripp, G. A., 1841, Lucerne — 26i X 48 (Vicars), £g gs. 

198 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1870 — 25 x 36 (Vicars), £136 los. 

Queen Kalli. : Lord cardinal, to you I Sj.eak. 
' Wolsey : Your pleasure. Madam ? 

— " King Henry VIII," Act ii. Scene iv. 

199 Glendeniug, A., jun., 1903, Siunmer-time — 23J x 15.} (Wolff), £15 15s. 

200 Glindoni, H. G., 1910, Love's warfare — 22i^'X 30J (Cooling), £22 is. 

-201 Glindoni, H. G., 1911, The wedding favour — 19 x 15 (Cross & Phillips), £n iis. 

202 Glindoni, H. G., igti, Gossip a la mode — ig} :■: I3i (Kennedy), £12 is. 6d'. 

503 GoodaU,'F., R.A., The RoyaUst— 18 X 26 (Cooling), £23 2S. 

204 Haag, Carl, 1857, A Roman peasant — 13^ X gf (Cooling), £2 12s. 6d. 

205 Haas, J. H. L. de, 0.\en — 14J x 21^- (Cooling), £12 12s. 

.206 Haghe, L., 1851, Covenanters in council — 13J x igi (Bowden), £i8 18s. 

207 Harding, J. D., 1841, The village pond — iij x 17 (Holt), £8 i8s. 6d. 

208 Hardy, J., jun.. At the well— i2i x gi (Wolff), £4 14s. 6d. 

2og Holloway, C. E., 1893, Fisher-folk — 21J X 29J (Alexander), £3 13s. 6d. 

210 Holloway, C. E., On the Yorkshire coast — 19 x 2gJ (Wolff), £5 15s. 6d. 

211 Holloway, C. E., i88g, Maldon, Essex — 17J x 28 (Simpson), £5 igs. 6d. 

212 Himt, W., Boy blowing a horn — 10 x 8 (Paris), £15 15s. 

213 Hunt, W., Lobster, dead game, and vegetables — 10^ x 7J (Cooling), £g gs. 

214 Hunt, W., Roses and Ulies — 7^ x loJ (Walter), £7 17s. 6d. 

215 Hunt, W., Vegetables and still life — 7 x loJ (Bowden), £3 5s. 

216 Ireland, Tayler, The pond, Burnham Beeches; and Autumn, Bumharo 

Beeches, a pair— 26J X 12^ (Wolff), £8 8s. 

217 Jeiikins, J. J., 1857, Near Bettws-y-Coed — iii X 18 (Kennedy), £3 13s. 6d. 

218 Kauffman, A., R.A., Nymphs bathing, oval — 8J x 6| (Metchkovsky), £14 14s. 

219 Kilburne, G. G., Roses — 33J X 24J (Cross & Phillips), £12 12s. 

220 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., Dead black game, pastel — 12} X iSJ (Kennedy), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

221 Law, David, Santa Maria della Salute ; and The Doge's palace, Venice, a pair — 

14 X 2oJ- (Bowden), £15 15s. 

222 Lee, W., 1862, Grace before meat — 17^ x 23i (Kennedy), £8 i8s. 6d. 

223 Linton, Sir J. D., 1890, The singer — igj X 14^ (Vicars), £7 7s. 

224 Lloyd, Stuart, ig 10, Windsor Castle ; and Carnarvon Castle, a pair — 11 J x 2=;^ 

(Kennedy), £n os. 6d. 

225 Lloyd, Stuart, 1910, A golden evening ; and Near Pulborough, Sussex, a pair — 

iii X 25i (Cooling), £11 OS. 5d. 

226 Lloyd, Stuart, igii^Hartford on the Ouse ; and Clovelly, a pair — iij x 25^ 

(Holt), £11 IIS. 

227 Lloyd, Tom, igio. Barton's Pool, near Arundel, Sussex — iij x 27J (Cross 

and PhiUips), £21. 

228 Lloyd, Tom, 1910, "Forget-me-not" — 11 J x 27i (Wolff), £24 3s. 

229 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., A Fen flood— i6i x 28 (MiteheU), £18 i8s. 



32 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

230 Maris, J., 1868, Peasant girl carrying a basket— 12J X 7 (Cotes), £15 15s. 

231 Marks, H. S., R.A., Wine; and Water, two in one frame — 10 X 5J (Reid), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

232 Marshall, R. A. K., Near Llanwenarth, Mon. ; and Near Hurstnionceux,. 

Sussex, a pair — 13^ X 23J (Cradock), £11 iis. 

233 Marshall, R. A. K., Summer-time — 2oi •; 15^ (Wolfi), £5 5s. 

234 Mason, F. H., Venice — ii^ X 15J (Holt), £4 4s. 

235 Millet, J. F., Country lane, sepia — sf X 3I (Cotes), £2 2S. 

236 Mole, J. H., Hampstead Heath — 15^ X 26J (Reid), £12 is. 6d. 

237 Moatalba, Clara, 1875, Limehouse Creek, on the Thames — 22 X 16 (St. Davids), 

£16 i6s. 

238 Morgan, Fred., All gathered — 23^ x isJ^ (Cross & Phillips), £15 15s. 

239 Muller, W., Country lane, with a peasant woman and calves — 17J x is 

(Alexander), £5 15s. 6d. 

240 Palmer, Sam, Gleaners ; and End of the day, a pair — 7J x 16^ (Bowden), 

£30 9S. 

241 Poole, P. F., R.A., Highland lass and goats — 8J x ii| (Walter), £7 17s. 6d. 

242 Price, J., Greenwich Park ; and The coming storm, a pair — 14J x 21J 

(Schneiders), £4 14s. 6d. 

243 Price, J., Near Hastings; and The watering-place: Evening, a pair — 

14J X 2ii (Reid), £4 14s. 6d. 

244 Rayner, S., The choir practice — aoj X 15 (Cotes), £7 17s. 6d. 

245 Richardson, T. M., 1867, In the Highlands — 5^ x 21J (Cross & Phillips), 

£21- 

246 Roelofs, W., Covmtry road — 8 X I7i (Wallis), £10 los. 

247 Rowbotham, Chas., 1901, Changing pastures — 16} X 26J (Wolff), £5 5s. 

248 Rowbotham, T. L., 1864, Venice — 6| x i6i (Cotes), £5 5s. 

249 Rowbotham, T. L., 1855, Sea piece, with shipping — 81 X i2i (Reid), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

250 Stannard, Sylvester, 1908, Showery weather — 22 X 30 (Morris Joseph), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

251 Stannard, Sylvester, A Bedfordshire home — 20 :< 29 (Cross & Phillips),. 

£6 6s. 
-252 Stannard, Sylvester, The shepherd's home; and Watching the chickens,,^ 

pair — i2i X 2oi (Kennedy), £7 7s. 
2.i3 Stannard, Sylvester, Her first steps ; and Gathering primroses, a pair — 

12 J X 2oi (Morris Joseph), £6 6s. 

254 Stannard, Sylvester, A Bedfordshire farm — 13 x 22 (Holt), £5 15s. 6d. 

255 Stock, H. J., Temptation of Eve — 20J X 13 (Gill), £15 15s. 

256 Stock, H. J., 1888, A soul contemplating the grass of the field — 14 X 20 (Reid), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

257 Syer, J., 1878, Cloudy day— i3i X 20J (Gill), £18 i8s. 

258 Tayler, E., Girl of Sorrento — iij x gj (Purdie), £2 12s. 6d. 

259 Terris, J., Evening glow — igi X 29^ (Cross & PhiUips), £9 9s. 

260 Thorne-Waite, R., 1876, Rest — 9 x 7 (Cooling), £3 13s. 6d. 

261 Todd, Ralph, Good luck to your fishing — 14^ x gj (Morris Joseph), £2 12s. fid, 

262 Tofano, E., Chrysanthemums, pastel — 2ii x ijj (Purdie), £4 14s. 6d. 

263 Topham, F. W. W., Given in marriage — igj x 15^ (Cross & Phillips), £4 4s. 

264 Voillemot, Ch., Whispers of love — i7i X loj (Bowden), £7 7s. 

265 Willis, H. Brittan, 1857, Cattle and goats on the hills — 16J x 23 (Bowden), 

£16 i6s. 

266 Wilson, C. E., Day dreams — I4i X loj (Bowden), £7 7s. 

267 Woodlock, D., Pigeons — iij- X 8 (Reid), £2 2S. 



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268 Woodlock, D., Homewards — 12 X 8i (Mrs. Pole), £2 2S. 

PICTURES. 
BRITISH SCHOOL. 

269 Cardou, C, Highland cattle at a stream — 19 x 26^ (Cooling), £4 4s. 

270 Cardoii, C, Highland cattle grazing — 19 X 24.V (Holt), £2 123. 6d. 

271 Cope, C. W., R.A., Othello and Desdemona, panel — jJ- x 7i (Holt), £6 6s. 

272 Frost, W. E., R.A., The bather, oval, panel— 7J x 5J (Cotes), £ 8 8s. 

273 Hardy, Heywood, Message from the sea — 17^ x 26J (Wallis), £27 6s. 

274 Hardy, Heywood, At the Toll Gate— i7i X 26J (Cross & PhilUps), £26 5s. 
273 Hardy, Heyvvood, Sand Dunes, panel — 9J X ii^ (Co.\), £g gs. 

276 Heath, H. C, Cross-bow man ; and Scene in Venice, by A. Brandeis, pane' 

(Cox), £5 15s. 6d. 

277 Leslie, C. R., R.A., Beatrice — 13 X 11 (Reid), £6 i6s. 6d. r 

278 Linnell, VV., 1880-89, Celtic troops under the Pendragon, resisting the in- 

vasion of the Saxous — 42 X 66 (Lister), £18 i8s. 

279 Linton, Sir J. D., " False " — 17 X 25 (Collins), £37 i6s. 

280 Linton, Sir J. D., 1880, Marguerites — 23 X 14J (Artemus Tooth), £24 3s. 

281 Lloyd, Tom, 1879, Homewards — 15^ X 31^ (Morris Joseph), £14 14s. 

282 Lomax, J. A., An odd volume, panel — iij X g? (Bowden), £36 15s. 

2S3 Ludovici, A., Sir Roger de Coverley — 394 X 56J (Kennedy), £9 19s. 6d. 

284 Manners, W., 1899, After the storm — 19J X 29!- (Reid), £3 3s. 

285 Morris, P. R., A.R.A., The widow's croft — 29 X 19 (Holt), £13 2s. 6d. 

286 Niemann, E. J., sen., 1854, Greenwich: Moonlight, circular — 14 ins. diam. 

(Holt), £7 7- 
2S7 Phillips, F. A., 1880, Truth ; and Andromeda, by E. E. Dell, on panel (Mappin). 

£9 9s- 

288 Sherrin, D., Scotch firs — 35!- X 23J (Cross oc PhiSlips), £3 r3S. 6d. 

289 Sherrin, D., Welsh stream — 23^ X 35^ (Wolff), £4 143. 6d. 

290 Sherrin, D., Farm road — 23^ X 35J (Gross & Phillips), £4 4s. 

291 Sherrin, D., Still evening — 13 x 23J (Blairmann), £2 12s. 6d. 

292 Smith, George, 1884, The lass that loves a sailor — 29^ x 24J (Lister), £5 15s. 6d. 

293 Suo^vman, I., Venice — 31J X 25 (Artemus Tooth), £16 i6s. 

294 Suker, A., Rocky coast — 35J x 23I (Cross & Phillips), £4 14s. 6d. 

295 Thom, J. C, Christmas morning, panel — 18 x 15 (Wolff), £5 5s. 

296 Tom, J. B., In the pastures— 13J x 21 J (Reid), £8 i8s. 6d. 

297 Topham, F. W. W., Crumbs from the altar — 14 x 20J (Alexander), £5 5s. 

298 Watts, F. W., River scene : Cattle in a ferryboat — loJ X 2o| (Cross and 

Phillips), £6 6s. 

299 Williams, J. Haynes, 1883, Town crier, Spain — 23 X 16 (Paris), £7 7s. 

300 Wyllie, C. W., 1883, Washing-day — 25 X 50 (Vicars), £11 iis. 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 

301 Brandeis, A., Venetian boats, on panel ; and On the ice, by E. Marvay (Walter), 

£4 4S- 

302 Chelminsld, Jan V., 1875, Through the woods — 9 J x 12 (Cooling), £5 5s. 

303 Coulaud, M.. The flock : Evening — 16 X 25 (Scott), £i6 i6s. 

304 Croegaert, Georges (Paris), Blonde ; and Brunette, panel — 12J X 9 (Cotes), 

£12 I2S. 

305 Eeckhout, J. J., 1855, Breton fisherfolk on the shore — 38J X 30J (Van Os), 

fS 8s. 



34 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

306 Hermann, Leon, Cup of coffee — gj X 7j (Blairmann), £5 15s. 6d. 

307 Leto, A., 1875, Road scene, with peasants and sheep — 17 X 35 (St. Davids), 

£6 6s. 

308 Lies, J., Going to Mass, panel — 14 X gi (Tooth), £18 i8s. 

309 Scheeres, H., 1861, The cook-maid ; and The despatch, a pair, panel — 7j X 5i 

(Cooling), £15 15s. 

310 Segoni, A., The sentry — 10 X 7 (Puidie), £s 15s. 6d. 

311 Solbiac, A., Chrysanthemums — 23^ X i7i (Wagner), £3 13s. 6d. 



November 25, 191 1. 35 



November 25, 3911. Christie's. 

Property of a Gentleman. 

PORTRAITS. 

1 Cotes, F., R.A., Gentleman, in grey coat, with white cravat, and wig, pastel — 

23i X 17} (Parsons), £5 5s. 

In oils. 

2 Gentleman, in black dress, with white collar, oval ; and Sir Edward Dering, 

Bart., in brown dress, with white cravat (Shere), £2 12s. 6d. 

3 Joshua Oldfield, D.D., of Christ's College, Cambridge, in brown cloak ; and 

Richard Seymour, in grey cloak, oval (Leggatt), £17 6s. 6d. 

4 Head of a man, with white collar ; and Head of a boy, with green cloak 

(Wagner), £2 12s. 6d. 

5 Gentleman, in dark dress, with white collar • and Hobbes of Malmesbury 

(CoUings) £2 i2s. 6d. 

6 Cardinal Richelieu ; and Gentleman, in black dress, with white collar 

(Schroeder), £4 14s. 6d. 

7 Henry Rich, Earl of Holland, in breastplate, with white coUar ; and Princess 

Elizabeth of France (daughter of Henri IV), in rich dress (Shepherd), 
£S7 l6s. 

8 Jennison Athow, Esq., of BeachamweU, Norfolk, in brown dress, oval ; a 

Lady, in mauve dress, with green scarf (Grose), £2 2s. 

9 Lady Mary Pierrepoint, in brown dress ; and Head of a man, ovals (Leggatt), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

10 Phihp Le Bon, son of Charles V of Spain, in black dress edged with fur, and 

yellow sleeves, wearing the Order of the Golden Fleece, panel — loj X 8 
(Leggatt), £11 OS. 6d. 

11 Gentleman, in rich armour and red cloak edged with white fur — 28 J X 24 

(CoUins), £4 4s. 

12 Lady, in white dress, with blue ribands, holding some cherries — 21 X 18 

(Parsons), £31 los. 

13 Charles I, in armour, mounted on a charger, panel — 2ii X 17^ (Shepherd), 

£23 2S. 

14 Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales, son of James I, in grey dress, with gorget — 

2ii X 17 (Leggatt), ;C22 IS. 

15 Lady, in black dress edged with fur, riband in her hair — 22^ X 19 (Leggatt)j 

£31 los. 

16 Gentleman, in armour, with white cravat, and flowing hair — 27X 22( Shepherd), 

£21. 

17 Mary, daughter of Sir Lewis Mansell of Margam (wife to William Leman, Esq., 

of Northaw), in grey dress, with blue scarf — 28 x 23 (E. A. Smith), £3 3s. 

18 Lady Anne Hyde, afterwards Duchess of York, in brown dress, with pearl 

necklace — 27J X 23 (E. A. Smith), £3 3s. 

19 Major George Somner, in armour, with white collar and blue sash — 29 X 23 

(CoUings), £4 14s. 6d. 

20 Mary, wife of Charles Musters, Esq., of Homsey, Middlesex, in brown dress, 

with green scarf ; and Henrietta St. John, Lady Luxborough, of Barrett, 
Warwickshire, in brown dress, with red scarf, ovals — 28J X 24 (Cohen), 
£15 15s. 



36 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

21 Sir Griffith Jeffreys, in. brown dress, with white cravat ; and Catherine, daughter 

of Sir Edward Bering, Bart., in green dress, with red cloak, ovals — 29 X 24 
(Oldfield), £29 8s. 

22 Henry Peyton, Esq., oval — 28J x 23J (Glover), £2 12s. 6d. 

23 Sir Norton KnatchbuU, Sherifi of Kent — 28 J x 24^ (ColUngs). £4. 14s. 6d. 

24 Mary, daughter of Sir Montague Blundel, and wife of VViUiam TunibuU, Esq., 

of Finchampstead Park, Berks, in white dress, oval — 28 X 24 (Wagner), 
£3 13s. 6d. 

25 Lady, in brown dress, with large black hat and pearl ornaments — 29 X 24 

(Renton), £4 4s. 

26 Hannah, daughter of John Swanson, Esq., of London, and wife of John Hen- 

niker, Esq., of Stratford House, Essex, in blue dress, oval — 29 X 24 (Cohen), 
£1 IIS. 6d. 

27 Lady, in red dress and brown head-dress — 294 X 24I (Agnew), £7 13s. 6d. 

28 Gentleman, in black dress with white lawn collar, and flowing hair — 34 x 27J 

(Permain), £24 3s. 

29 Portrait of a Prince, in red coat, over a breastplate, wearing a riband and 

Orders— 37 x 29 (Leggatt), £48 6s. 

30 Sir Henry A^^yiidham. of Myleham, Norfolk, panel — 38 x 27 (Schroeder), 

£21. 

31 Gentleman, in breastplate, with red sash, white collar and sleeves, panel — 

43^ X 32 (Parsons), £22 is. 

32 Elizabeth, daughter of Henry Kinnersley, Esq., and wife of Daniel Harvey,, 

Esq., of Combe, Surrey, in black dress, with white collar and cuffs — 44 X 3 = J 
(Glover), £4 4s. 

33 Charles Butler, created Baron Butler of Weston, 1693, in briAvn dress, v/ith 

breastplate and red sash— 47J X 39 (Collings), £6 6s. 

34 Mary Harvey, Lady Dering, in brown dress, with green scarf — 49X40 (Leggatt). 

£12 I2S. 

35 A girl of the Dashwood family, probably Louisa Hay, in white dress, is a 

landscape, caressing a dog — 52 X 39!- (Leggatt), £16 i6s. 

36 Banck, J. van der, Portrait of the artist, in brown dress, with white cravat 

and flowing wig, oval — 28J X 24 (CoUings), £5 5s. 

37 Clostermann, J., Rev. John Howe, of Christ's College, Cambridge, chaplain 

to Oliver Cromwell, in dark red gown, with white bands, oval — 29 • 24 
(Leggatt), £8 i8s. 6d. 

38 Clostermann, J., Sir George Hewett, of Pishobury, i:i dark dress, with white 

cravat — 22i- X 18 (Leggatt), £2 2S. 

39 Dahl, M., Sir James Howe, Bart., of Cold Barwick, Wilts, in grey dress, with. 

red cloak and flowing wig — 48 >: 39 (CoUings), £15 15s. 

40 Hanneman, A., Lady, in white dress with blue cloak, and flowing bair — 

281- X 23! (Agnew), £6 i6s. 6d. 

41 Heins, D., Sir Francis Mannock, Bart, of Giffards Hall, Suffolk, in grey rire^.s ; 

and his wife, in white dress, with pink scarf, a pair — 48I X 39 (Collii'gs), 
£15 15s. 

42 Heins, D., Mrs. Anne Cooper, wife of John Cooper, Esq., of JBosden, in bhie 

dress, with red scarf, oval — 29 X 24 (Leggatt), £4 4s. 

43 Highmore, J., Lady, in /yellow dress, holding a miniature — -36 X 27 (Cohc;i), 

£8 8s. 

44 Jamesone, G., Sir William Cunningham, Bart., of Cunninghamhead, in dark 

dress, with white stripes — 29 X 24 (Collings), £7 17s. 6d. 

45 J anssens, C., John Hampden, in dark green cloak with white collar — 22^ X 18J 

(Pefkrs), £6 i6s. 6d. 



November 25, 191 1. 37 

46 Jervas, C, Robert Hildyard, Esq., of Patrington, M.P., for Heydon, Yorks, 

in grey dress, with brown cloak — 48 X 38 (Ceilings), {/j 7s. 

47 Kneller, Sir G., Margaret Peyton, wife of George Dashwood, Esp., of Peyton 

HaU, Suffolk, in grey dress, with brown scarf, in a landscape — 53 X 44^ 
£28 7s. 

48 Kneller, Sir G., Mrs. Fisher, wife of Francis Fisher, of Packington, Warwick, 

in brown dress, with green scarf — 49 X 39 (Leggatt), £26 5s. 

49 Kneller, Sir G., John Manners, First Duke of Rutland, in Garter robes — 

49 X 39 (Leger), £14 14s. 

50 Kneller, Sir G., Charlotte Heme, wife of Thomas Heme, Esq., of Heveriagland, 

Norfolk, in white satin dress — 49 X 39^ (CoUings), £10 los. 

51 Kneller, Sir G., Frances, wife of Sir Thomas Whitmore, of Apley, Shropshire, 

in white dress, holding bunch of grapes — 34 X 27J (Leggatt), £16 i6s. 

52 Kneller, Sir G., Dorothea, wife of Robert Dashwood, Esq., in blue and yellow 

dress, oval — 29J X 24 (Fisher), £21. 

53 Kneller, Sir G., Sir Thomas Fytche, of Eltham and Mount Maskall, Kent, 

in armour, and red cloak edged with ermine, oval — 2^\ X 24^ (Leger), 
£5 5S. 

54 Lely, Sir P., Aime Bajming, daughter of Paul, first Viscount Bayning, and wife 

of Menry Massy, Esq., in brown dress, with grey scarf, in a landscape — 
49 X 39i (Aguew), £220 los. 

55 Lely, Sir P., Sir Henry Capell, created Baron Capell of Tewkesbury, iu brown 

dress with slashed sleeves — 48 x 39^ (Leggatt), £7 17s. 6d. 

56 Lely, Sir P., Helena Perceval, wife of Colonel Daniel Dering, in yeUow 

dress, with blue scarf and pearl necklace, oval — 29 X 24 (Schroeder), 
n 17s. 6d. 

57 Lely, Sir P., Dorothy, wife of John Wentworth, Esq., of Somerley Hall, Norfolk, 

in dark green dress, with red scarf and pearl ornaments — 28 x 24 (Permain), 
£5 5S. 

58 Lely, Sir P., William Leman, Esq., of Northaw, created Baronet in 1664, 

in brown dress, with flowing hair, sculptured oval — 29 X 24 (Shepherd), 
£26 5S. 

59 Loo, J. van, Louis XIV, in rich armour, wearing a blue riband and flowing 

wig, oval — 35 X 28 (Renton), £46 4s. 

60 Mierevelt, Prince Frederic Henry of Nassau, in rich dress — 22 X 18* (Cohen), 

£7 7s. 

61 More, Sir A., Gentleman, in dark dress edged with fur, white ruff and black 

cap, panel — 25 X 18 J (Wagner), £48 6s. 

62 Moreelse, P., Lady, in green dress with large white sleeves, pink ribands, and 

pearl ornaments — 29 X 24 (Agnew), £57 15s. 

63 MjTi, H. van der. Lady, in blue dress, with red scarf and white lace head- 

dress — 32J X 24* (Glover), £2 12s. 6d. 

64 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A. (after), Mrs. Mary Robinson, as " Perdita," by Sir 

W. Beechey, R.A. — 29 X 24 (Leggatt), £157 los. 

65 Soest, G., Sir Hugh Cartwright, of Ossington, Notts, in armour, with white 

neckerchief — 23 X 17 (Parsons), £8 i8s. 6d. 

66 Soest, G., Gentleman, in dark dress, with white collar — 20 x 17 (Cohen), 

£6 6s. 

67 Tempel, A van den, Constantia Lucy, Lady Coleraine, in blue and 

white dress, with pearl necklace and earrings — 28 x 23 (Leggatt), 

£33 I2S. 

-68 Van Dyck, Sir A. (after). Gentleman, in black dress, with lace coUar and cuffs 
—42 x 33 (Collings), £7 7s. 



38 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

69 Van Dyck, Sir A. (School of), Thomas Wentworth, fourth Baron Wentworth 

and first Earl of Cleveland, in black dress, with his son, Thomas, Lord 
Wentworth, of Nettlested, in armour — -19 X 23 (Leggatt), £22 is. 

70 Van Dyck, Sir A. (School of), Gentleman, in black dress, with white collar 

and cuffs, holding a book — 28^ X 24 (Metchkovsky), £21. 

71 Van Dyck, Sir A. (School of), Algernon Sidney, in black dress, with slashed 

sleeves and white collar — 24J X 20 (Wagner), £5 5s. 

72 Velasquez (after), Phihp IV of Spain, in red surcoat, with white sleeves and 

white lace collar — 43 x 33^ (Heknsley), £6 6s. 

73 Wissing, W., Countess of Derby, in yellow and white dress, with grey scarf — 

47i X 38J (Agnew), £399. 

74 Wissing, W., Ninth Earl of Derby, in armour, holding a baton, a cavalry- 

skirmish in the backgroimd ; signed, and dated 1684 — 47^ X 38^ (Cohen), 
;f54 I2S. 

75 Wissing, W., Prince Rupert, in armour, with red scarf, kolding a baton — 

48 X 38J (CoUings), £7 7s. 

PICTURES. 

76 Boucher, Nymph, reclining by a stream — 14 X i7i (Leggatt), £44 2S. 

77 Bredael, C, Cavalry' engagements, a pair, panel — gi X 12 (Bernstein), £8 8s. 

78 Breen, A. van, Campaign in the Low Countries — 37 X 57 (Leger), £rr ns. 

79 Bronzino, Madonna and infant Saviour, panel — 23 X 20 (Huggins), £17 17s. 

80 Duchatel, P., Gentleman and his wife, son, and three daughters — 36 X 45 

(Leger), £44 2S. 

81 Janssens, H., Interior of an apartment, with cavahers and ladies — 43 X 64 

(Cohen), £65 2S. 

82 Laanen, C. J. van der, The minuet, with cavahers and ladies — 33 x 81 (Seke- 

yan), £19 19s. 

83 Meulen, A. F. van der, Landscape, with travelling figures — 22J X 31J (Turner), 

£14 14s. 
83A Morland School. Gentleman, with dog and a gun — 23^ X 19^ (Rutley), 
£4 4S. 

84 MiiUer, E., Lovers, a pair, panel — 12 X 9 (Leggatt), £22 is. 

85 Palamedes, A., Coronation of Marie de Medicis at St. Dennis, May 13th, 1610 

— 30i X 91 (Agnew), £131 5s. 

86 Scott, S., View of London, from the river, below St. Paul's — 26 X 53 (Cohen), 

£19 19s. 

87 Wooton, Landscape, with stag hunt — 24 X 48 (Parsons), £7 17s. 6d. 

Difierent Properties. 

DRAWING. 

88 Gardner, D., Lady, in white and L. blue dress, her hak done high, pastel, oval 

10 X 8 (Knoedler), £27 6s. 

PICTURES. 

89 Brekelenkam, Quiryn van, Interior, with lady making lace, panel — 18J X 23 

(Nicholson), £105. 

90 Hogarth School. Gentleman, with his son aud two daughters, in an apartment 

— 23J X 28i (Leggatt), £16 i6s. 

91 Early English School. Gentleman, in dark velvet coat, with powdered hair ; 

and Lady, in white satin dress, with gauze veil, a pair — 28 X 23 (Brett), 
£13 13s. 



November 25, 1911. 39 

92 Gaugaiii, P. A., James de Visme, Esq., in blue coat, with white stock — 

29J X 24i (Cohen), £8 8s. 

93 Early English School. Lady, in white dress, reading — 25 X 21 (Nicholson), 

£2 15s- 

94 Raebum, Gentleman, in dark dress, seated, holding a book — 35 x 27 (Law- 

rence), £17 17s. 

95 Stevaerts, Palamedes, Cavalry Skirmish ; signed, and dated 1630, panel — 

3oi X 53 (Turner), £10 los. 

96 Early Enghsh School. Young gentleman, by a river, with fishing-rod — 

19J X 13J (Parsons), £6 6s. 

97 Jordaens, Vaiiitas — 42J X 46 (Cohen), £35 14s. 

98 Beale, Mary, Gentleman, in brown cloak, with white lace cravat, and flowing 

wig, oval — 29 X 24 (Grace), £3 13s. 6d. 

99 Mans, F. H., Frozen river scene, panel — 22 X 31 (Parsons), £8 8s. 

100 Hondecoeter, Peacocks, poultry and pigeons, in a garden — 40 x 50 (Cohen), 

£37 i6s. 
loi Weenix, Dogs and dead game — 57J X 44 (Sekeyan), £17 17s. 

102 Velasquez School. Lady, in rich black dress, with pearl ornaments — 16J X 14 

(White), £22 IS. 

103 Briggs, H. P., R.A., Romeo and Juliet— 55^ X 43 (Grays), £8 8s. 

104 Briggs, H. P., R.A., OtheUo relating his adventures — 55* x 43 (Beale), 

£5 5S. 

105 Myn, H. van der, Two gentlemen on a balcony, taking coffee — 75* X 56J 

(Parsons), £3 13s. 6d. 

106 Early English School. Lady, in white dress, with a Cupid — 35J X 27i 

(Collings), £3 3s. 

107 Murillo, The Annunciation — 26J X 22 (CoUings), £2 2S. 

108 Mazo, P. del, E. L. Alostal, in white surpUce, standing by a table holding a 

paper, with inscription and coat-of-arms — 52 X 39J (Sekeyan), £39 i8s. 
rog Carracci, Itahan landscape, with figures and sheep — 37 X 48 (Smith), £11 iis. 
no Dolci, Saint John; and The Infant Saviour, surrounded with flowers, by 

Lanfranco, a pair — 45J X 34 (Leggatt), £39 i8s. 

111 Giovanni, San, Lady, seated in a landscape, before a vase of flowers — 46 X 52 

(Cotam), £15 15s. 

112 Veronese, P., City of Venice in adoration before the Virgin and Child — 

39i X 53 J (Sabin), £110 5s. 

113 Weenix, Dead game in a garden — 53 x 42J (Sekeyan), £16 i6s. 

114 Sarto, Del, Madonna and ChUd, with Saint Anne and Saint John, panel — 

52J- X 39 (Cohen), £7 17s. 6d. 

115 KneUer, Young man, in red dress, in a landscape — 73^ X 46J (H. CoUings), 

£8 8s. 

116 Giorgione, The woman taken in adultery — 51 X 66 (Howard), £27 6s. 

117 Van Dyck, Charles I, in robes, standing by a table upon which is his crown ; 

and Henrietta Maria, in red dress, with jewels, a pair — 84 X 49* (Hailes), 
£472 lOS. 

118 Gainsborough, T., R.A. (after), Mrs. Siddons, by J. Hoppner, R.A. — 27J X 22j 

(Fischer), £36 15s. 

119 Lely, Sir P., Frances Winderbank, Lady Hales, wife of Sir Edward Hales, 

Bart., in brown dress — 48 X 39 (Leggatt), £52 los. 

120 Verspronck, J., The standard-bearer — 44J X 35i (Agnew), £68 5s. 

121 Wilson, R., R.A., Lord Egremont, in robes, wearing chain and Order — 49 X 39 

(Agnew), £21. 

122 Steen, Jan, Samson and Delilah — 27 x 33 (Leger), £10 los. 



40 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

123 Dubbels, H., Boats and figures by a quay — 22 X 34 (Baker), /19 19s. 

124 Marieschi, M., Entrance to the Grand Canal, Venice — 16J X 39 (Agnew), 

£409 I OS. 

125 Van Dyck, Helena Fourment — 35J x 26J (Fischer), £110 5s. 

126 Wheatley, F., R.A., The Glover family, gentleman, with his wife and two chil- 

dren — 37 X 3oi (Leggatt), £10 los. 

127 Hobbema, Road scene, with horseman and peasant woman, panel — 11 x 13J 

(Cohen), £17 17s. 

128 Teniers, D., A monk, in his cell — 17 X i8i (Schroeder), £23 2s. 

129 More, Sir A., Duchess of Parma, in black dress, with pearl necklace, panel, 

17 X 13J (Howard), £21. 

130 Hals, R., Interior of an armoury, panel — 15 X 20 (Sekeyan), £12 is. 6d. 

131 Mabuse, Madonna, supporting the Infant Saviour, panel — 17^ x 12 (Knowles), 

£47 5S. 

132 Sustermans, J., Head of a youth, in rich armour and white ruff — 19 x 15 

(Metchkovsky), £9 9s. 

133 Lawrence, Lady, in dark dress, with gold earrings, oval — 21 X 17 (Hughes), 

£7 7s. 

134 Grebber, P. de, Head of a lady, with white jeweUed head-dress, panel, oval — 

20J X 14J (Wessel), £12 i2S. 

135 More, Sir A., Portrait of — AValsingham, in buff doublet, with white sleeves 

and white coUar, panel, oval — 24J X 18 (Coward), £42. 

136 Bonsignori, F., Cardinal Mediarota, with inscription and coat-of-arms — 

25 X 20 (Helmsley), £5 5s. 

137 Longhi, P., A young Prince, in brown coat, wearing the Order of the Golden 

Fleece, oval — 3iJ X 24 (Carfax), £27 6s. 

138 Rubens, Trimnph of the Eucharist over Ignorance, panel — 37 X 42 (Nicholson), 

£23 2S. 

139 NoDekens, J., Ladies and gentlemen among trees — 39 X 31 (Furst), £ro ids. 

140 Wissing, W., Lady, in pink dress ; and Mrs. Garland, in blue dress, oval — 29 

X 24 (Maynard), £7 7s. 

141 RothweU, R., Lady, in crimson dress, with her infant daughter — 48I X 39 

(Smith), £71 8s. 

142 Eeckhout, Van den, Gentleman, in black cloak, with white coUar and large 

black hat — 24 X 19J (Smith), £21. 

143 Early Flemish School. The Annunciation ; and Madonna and Child, with 

saints, a pair, panel — 21 X 15 (Wagner), £31 los. 

144 Kneller, Gentleman, with his wife and three children, under a canopy — 

21J X 26 (Leggatt), £5 15s. 6d. 

145 Van Dyck, Earl of Bristol, in breastplate, with blue riband and white lace 

collar, oval — 29 X 24 (Shepherd), £21. 

146 Morland, G., Gentleman, in blue coat, and beaver hat ; and Lady, in black 

dress, and white hat trimmed with blue riband, a pair— 29J X 24J (Agnew), 
£63- 

147 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Francis Torond, artist and engraver, oval — 29 X 234 

(Hughes), £11 lis. 

148 Hackaert, Jan, An avenue, with mules and figures — 26 X 21 (Metchkovsky), 

£18 18s. 

149 Dobson, W., Lady, in blue dress, with brown scarf — 29J X 24^ (Rich), 

£5 5S. 

150 Beechey, Sir W., R.A., Lady, in white dress, with brown cloak, edged with 

fur — 29i X 24 (Hughes), £18 i8s. 



November 25, 1911. 41 



151 Romney, G., Gentleman, with his wife and son, seated round a table — 39 x 49 

(Leger), £9 9s. 

152 Poussin, N., The Muses on Mount Helicon— 61 X 60 (Dowdeswell), £367 los. 

153 Mytens, D., Boy, iu brown dress with white lace collar and cuffs, with a dog — 

43i '-< 35 (Leggatt), £36 15s. 

154 Venetian School. Adoration of the Magi — 55 x 87 (Smith), /j 15s. 6d. 



42 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



November 37, 198 1. Christies. 

Modern Pictures and Drawings, the property of the late 
Judge Bacon, i, Lancaster Gate Terrace, W., and Compton 
Beauchamp, near Shrivenliam, Berks. 

DRAWINGS. 
In the Folio. 

1 Hardy, T. B., 1874, Cornelian Bay, Yorkshire (Stuard), £3 15s. 

2 Mole, J. H., 1873, Gipsies ; and Near Ipswich, by E. Hargitt, 1870 (Bowden), 

£3 5S. 

3 Palmer, Sutton, A river scene ; and Near Fittleworth, by A. W. Weedon,, 

1875 (Leggatt), £2 5s. 

4 and 5 Rajon, P., 1884, A flower girl ; and The hay cart, by F. J . SkiU, 1872. — 

J . Steeple, Falls of Tummel, near Pitlochry ; and Old road over the common, 
Criccieth (Bowden), £5. 

6 Tenkate, H., The conference ; and Sketch in the Campagna, by A. Glennie 

(Mitchell), £4. 

7 Walters, G. S., 1871, On the Thames ; Hampstead Heath, by W. Lloyd, 1875 ; 

and Southsea, by W. W. May, 1872 (Fishbum), £4 5s. 

Framed. 

8 AUan, Robert W., Rothenburg — 14 x 2oi (Sampson), £3 3s. 

9 Ball, Wilfrid, 1893, Near the Pyramids — 5 X 9 (Graves), £1 iis. 6d. 

10 Ball, Wilfrid, 1886, Wroxham Bridge ; and The cricket field, ChaUont St. 

Giles, Bucks (Sampson), £2 2s. 

11 Barton, Rose, 1895, Black and white — 19J X 13 (Lawrence), £4 4s. 

12 Bussy, Simon, Valine d'Ampezzo, Tyrol, pastel ; Brixham, by F. M. Lyte ; 

and Bridge at Fasnakyle, by Spencer Vincent (Gibson), £7 17s. 6d. 

13 Carter, H., Waiting for the remnants — 13^ X 9J (St. Davids), £3 3s. 

14 Chattel, F. J. du, 1875, View of Holland, with windmill, and peasant towing 

a boat — 5 X 11 (Tooth), £15 15s. 

15 D'Egville, J. H., 1871, Moerdijk ; and Road by the river, by Bernard Evans 

(Fishburn), £5 15s. 6d. 

16 Dixon, C, 1903-4, Below Gravesend ; and Greenwich Reach, a pair — lof X 30J 

(Fishburn), £6 i6s. 6d. 

17 Dixon, C, 1908, On the River Maas, HoUand ; and On the NOe, a psdr — 

loj X 3oi (Sampson), £3 3s. 

18 Dodgson, G., 1875, Cattle watering, Arundel ; and Italian River scene, with 

boats, by J. H. D'Egville, 1865 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

19 Dubourg, v., Panier de Fleurs Varites — 14J X 17 (Lawrence), £11 iis. 

20 Duboiu-g, v.. Carnations in a glass — 12|- X loi (Harris), £7 17s. 6d. 

21 Duncan, E., 1863, Common scene, with windmill — 4J X 13 (Bowden), £3 3s. 

22 Edridge, W., 1822, Windsor Lock ; Figures on the beach, by P. Boys, 1829 ; 

and Off Villafranca, by J. M. Donne (Bowden), £3 3s. 

23 EUis, Tristram, 1907, Constantinople — 10 X 2ii (Peters), £2 5s. 

24 Eijgleheart, Major E. L., " Dignity and impudence " ; and In the quarter of 

S.S. Giovanni e Paolo, Venice, by Evelyn J . Whyley (Fishburn), £4 4s. 

25 Engleheart, Major E. L., 1905, A Fondak (camel stable) ; Sacred Lake Karnak, 

by Frances E. Nesbitt ; and Garden near Rome, by Wilfred Thomson 
(Luxemburg), £3 5s. 



November 27, 191 1. 43 



26 Evans, Bernard, Highland Loch, with cattle — igj X 28^ (Sampson), £3. 

27 Fisher, Mark, A.R.A., Near Arundel — 10 X 14 (Sampson), £4 4s. 

28 Freer, H. B., Barge race on the Medway (The run home) ; and Sunshine, 

a pair — 8f X 15 (Fishbum), £2 12s. 6d. 

29 Fripp, G. A., Near Southend, Essex — 12 X 25 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

30 Fripp, G. A., 1866, Valley scene, with deer — loi X 20 (Tooth), £11 iis. 

31 Fripp, G. A., 1867, River scene, with man in a punt — 8 x 19 (Ramus), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

32 Fripp, G. A., Highland Loch — lo X 14 (Hodgson), £5 15s. 6d. 

33 Fulleylove, J., 1886, Town on a river, with a raft — 10 >: 15 (Fishburn), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

34 Fulleylove, J., Eastern front of the Parthenon, in the glow of a summer sunset 

—ri X II (Carey), £2 5s. 

35 Goethem, E. van. Children by the sea — 2oJ- X 14 (Luxemburg), £1 12s. 

36 Goodall, E. A., 1850, Grand Canal, Venice : Moonlight — 8J x i2|- (Luxem- 

burg), £1 lOS. 

37 Goodall, E. A., Venice from the Lido — 5^ X gi (Carey), £2 5s. 

38 Goodwin, Harry, 1891, Moonrise : Hastings — loj- X 14J (Bimbaum), £4. 

39 Hansen, Hans, In Tangiers ; and The guide to the Pyramids, by R. Murdoch 

Wright (Birnbaum), £4 los. 

40 Hardy, T. B., 1873, OfiE Whitby— 6J X 19! (Tooth), £5 15s. 6d. 

41 Hardy, T. B., 1879, " Blowing fresh " : Holy Land Harbour— 8J x 18J 

(Lister), £6 i6s. 6d. 

42 Harris, Maude, The toy boat, pastel — 12 X i5i (Carey), £2 12s. 6d. 

43 Hayes, Claude, The flock — 13^ X 20J (Sampson), £4 4s. 

44 Hayes, Claude, Common, with figures and sheep — yi X loj (Sampson), £2. 

45 Hem, C. E., 1884, St. Paul's from the river — loj X 14J (Arrowsmith), 

£1 5s. 

46 Hine, H. G., 1880, Study of Scotch pines — 13J X 19 (Sampson), £4 4s. 

47 Hoedt, P., Cattle in a meadow — loj- x 15 (Leggatt), £5 5s. 

48 Hopwood, H. S., Morning — 22J X i6i (Van Wissehngh), £39 i8s. 

49 Ingram, W. Ayerst, Autumn sunshine : Falmouth ; and Evening after a Storm 

above Nassik, by J. Varley, 1891 (Lawrence), £8 8s. 

50 Jackson, S. P., 1873, Barge entering a loek ; and Autumn in the fields at 

Higham, Rochester, by L. Sampson, 1892 (Birnbaum), £6 i6s. 6d. 

51 James, Francis E., Darwin tulips — 13+ x 9f (Van WisseUngh), £7 7s. 

52 Jones, Agnes Rupert, " Vanished London " : the Emanuel Almshouses ; 

Magdalen College, Oxford ; and Near Cadgwith, by W. E. Croxford, 1902 
(Arrowsmith), £1 12s. 

53 King, Yeend, Winchester — 14 x 20^ (Sampson), £7 7s. 

54 Langley, W., 1892, Critics of the Newlyn School — 15 x 31J (Bowden), £8 8s. 

55 Leitch, W. L., 1873, Highland landscape, with castle, and cattle watering — 

8 X 12^ (Bowden), £5 5s. 

56 Ludby, Max, Passing clouds — 21J X 15J (Fishbum), £1 iis. 6d. 

57 Lundgren, E., Circassian girl ; Where is his home ? by A. Ludovici ; and 

Frascati, by I. Clogstown (F. Hodgson), £4 4s. 

58 Marshall, E. Newell, The way to the sea ; stormy weather, South Devon, 

by Claude Hayes ; Lake Como, by Edith M. Finch ; and Near Camborne, 
by S. J. Lamorna Birch (Fishbum), £4 4s. 

59 Marshall, H., 1903, Honfleur, 13! x 9J (Barron) £3 13s. 6d. 

60 Marshall, H., 1889, ParUament Street, London— 8J X iij (Carey), £7 17s. 6d. 

61 Medylcott, Sir H., Bart., 1908, Shipping off the Tower of London — loj x 17J. 

(Fishburn), £4 4s. 



44 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

62 Menpes, Mortimer, Raining cats aad dogs — 7f X 6J (Sampson), £5 5s. 

63 Menpes, Mortimer, End of the day — 8i X 4* (Fishbum), £6 i6s. 6d. 

64 Menpes, Mortimer, A brisk walk — 4 X 7| (St. Davids), £5 5s. 

65 Menpes, Mortimer, Alley of Pink Lanterns, 3I x 5 J (Fishbtim), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

66 Mogford, J., 1881, AU adrift — laf X 20 (Sampson), £1 is. 

67 Mogford, J., 1878, Sunset — 8 x loi (Ramus), £"2 los. 

68 Mole, J. H., 1S72, Which way ?— gf X isi (McLean), £17 17s. 

-69 Montalba, Clara, Grey day, Venice — loj X 6J (St. Davids), £4 14s. 6d. 

70 Montalba, Clara, Celebrating Mass — 8 J X 12J (Birnbaum), £2 2S. 

71 Morley, T. W., 1908, Going to church — 20J X 16J (Dade), £4 14s. 6d. 

72 Morley, T. AV., 1909, Plongastel, Finisterre : Cloth Fair— 14 x loj- (Dade), 

£3 3S. 

73 Mostyn, Mary, Worcester ; Gloucester ; Roman Ruins ; and A fountain, 

by Wilfred Thompson (Arrowsmith), £1 12s. 

74 Nesbitt, Frances E., On the Thames ; and A Fjord (Fishbum), £2 15s. 

75 Orrock, J., 1885, Sketch of Warkworth — 7J x i2i (Vicars), £7 7s. 

76 Palmer, Sutton, " Wastwater " : A rocky valley — 14! x 21 (Hodgson, V. T.), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

77 Palmer, Sutton, 1883, Wangatinder : Mountainous river scene — 13J x 20J 

(Bowden), £5 5s. 

78 Pahner, Sutton, 1884, Fittleworth Common, Sussex — gf X 14^ (J. Lawrence), 

£11 us. 

79 Palmer, Sutton, In the hayfield. Stoke, Sussex — 9 x 13 J (Huxley), 

£11 IIS. 

80 Parsons, Beatrice, Woodside, Chenies : II Penseroso ; and The gardens of 

youth, a pair — 14J X loj (Fishbum), £3 5s. 

81 PoweU, Sir F., Bass rock — 12 x 23 (Ramus), £2 2S. 

82 Ragon, A., Dutch boats, near Gravesend — 13 X 19 (Huxley), £5 5s. 

83 Rickatsr.a, O., 1889, Near Wicklow Head — 6i x 9} (Leggatt), £2 2s. 

84 iUmiugton, A. Wallace, 1908, Sta. Maria deUa Misericordia, Venice — 21 X 13^ 

(Homan), £7 7s. 

Ss Rimington, A. Wallace, 1892, Sheep on the hUls : Sunset — 9 X 13J (Birn- 
baum), £5 15s. 6d. 

•86 Rimington, A. Wallace, Ely Cathedral, shepherd and sheep in foreground — 
13* X 9 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

87 RimiDgton, A. Wallace, 1908, River scene, with sailing boats ; and Bridge at 

Creuse (Ramus), £4 4s. 

88 Sad6e, Ph., Returning from the fields — loi X 21 (Tooth), £50 8s. 

89 Shalders, G., 1872, Sheep : Evening — iij x igj (Tooth), £14 14s. 

90 SkiU, F. J., 1871, Fisher girl; Mare and foal; and Stable, with horses and 

ducks (Lawrence), £3 3s. 
-91 Skill, F. J., 1873, Looking out to sea, etc. (Graves), £3 3s. 
-92 Steeple, J ., 1874, Mountain stream, with cattle and figures — 9J X 13! (McLean) 

£17 17s. 

93 Surtees, J., View in Switzerland ; Devonshire stream, by S. J. Lamoma 

Birch ; and The source, by O. Carlaodi (Bremner), £1 us. 6d. 

94 Tenkate, H., Reading the news — loj X 14 (Mitchell), £12 12s. 

95 Thompson, Wilfred, Poppies ; and Eastern flower-garden, by Ella du Cane 

(Lehmanu), £7 17s. 6d. 

96 Thorne-Waite, R., Lewes — 15 X 22 (Sampson), £31 los. 

.97 Thorne-Waite, R., Yew trees at Kingley Vale : Bosham Harbour in the dis- 
tance — i3i X 2oi (Sampson), £16 i6s. 



November 27, 191 1. 45 



98 Thonie-Waite, R., Huagerford Marsh : Wagon crossing the ford — 4 x ra 

(Leggatt), £13 2S. 6d. 

99 Thorne-Waite, R., 1891, The River Adur : Evening — 6 X 10 (Mitchell), 

£11 OS. 6d. 
100 Thorne-Waite, R., Clearing the Land : Late evening — 6 X 10 (Agnew), £4 4=.. 
loi Finnemore, J., Trinity Chapel from BalUol Gardens, Oxford — 17J X iij 

(Fishburn), £2 15s. 

102 Tuke, H. S., A.R.A., 1904, Bay of Rapallo — 8 X 17J (Sampson), £4 4s. 

103 Tuke, H. S., A.R.A., Woodland study, pastel — 13* X gj- (Birnbaum), £3 13s. Gd. 

104 Tuke, H. S., A.R.A., igor.-Fowey : TwiUght— 6J x 9\ (Dade), £t iis. 6d. 

105 Tuke, H. S., A.R.A., 1904, Boats at anchor — 9^ x jf (Fishburn), £5 js. 

106 Tyndale, W., Door of the Sacristy of Sta. Maria deUa Vigne, Genoa ; and Sketc)i 

at Biskra, by H. S. Hopwood (Birabaum), £9 19s. 6d. 

107 Vincent, Spencer, Skye — 14 X 22$ (Hodgson), £10 los. 

108 Viiicent, Spencer, The Foreland, Lynmouth ; and On the West Coast of 

Scotland, a pair; and Stormy day on the Dee, by J. Follett (Norton), 
£5 5S. 

109 Vrolyk, Jan, Water meadows — 14J X loj (Mrs. Lawrence), £11 os. 6d. 

no Walton, Frank, Arran, from Carradale — id^ X 29J (Birnbaam), £6 16;. 6d. 
iir Walton, Frank, Salt House, Widemouth — 12 X i/i (Birabaum), £3 13s. 6d. 

112 Weedon, A. W., 18S3, Walderswick — 12J X i8i (Bowden), £6 6s. 

113 Wimperis, E. M., 18S1, Winding river, with figures — 13 X 20 (Bowden), 

£34 13s. 

114 Wimperis, E. M., 1872, Kighwood Heath — 6J X 12^ (Bowden), £5 15s. 6d. 

115 Wood, Lawson, 1909, The gentle art — 14 x 10 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

116 Wood, L. J., Cathedral town, on a river, with boat and figures — 19 x 13^ 

(Bowden), £9 93. 

117 Wood, L. J., Town on a canal ; and Street in an old town, a pair — gj- X 6J 

(Bowden), £5 5s. 

118 Wood, L. J., Interior of the Cathedral, Courtrai ; and ^\"e.■.tmiaster, by Agues 

Turner (Birnbaum), £5 ss. 

119 Wood, L. Pi:',horn, 1878, A quiet stream ; and Mouth of a harbour (Fishburn), 

{3 3- 

120 Wood, L. Pinhorn, Arrival of steamer at the Old Kew Bridge ; and Pasture- 

land, by W. H. Humphris (Attneave), £1 iis. 6d. 

121 Wyld, W., Side canal, Venice — 13^ X 8i (Ramus), £3 3s. 

122 Vv'yilie, W. L., R.A., Moi.th of a river, with sailing boats — 4J X 11 (Fishburn), 

£6 63. 

PICTURES. 

123 Tlie bathers— i8i X 28i (Sampson), £28 7s. 

124 Adams, Douglas, In a Highland deer forest — z'jl ':■'. igi (Lister), £9 gs. 

125 Bagshawe, J. R., The fishing fleet — 2iJ- x 32 (Bremner), £1 iis. 6d. 

126 Breakspeare, W. A., 18S5, Cinderella — 16^ X 12 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

127 Breakspeare, W. A., 1S83, Washing-day — r6 X 10 (Ramus), £8 8s. 

12S Breakspeare, W. A., A serious question, panel — 7 x 11+ (St. Davids), £5 15s. 6d. 

129 Beadle, J. P., 1893, Life Guards in the Park, panel — gj X 12 (Mrs. Lawrence), 

£5 5s. 

130 Davidson, Allan, The 5orge ; and ReS^ting, a pair, panel — 9?- X 7j (Bremner), 

£1 5S. 

131 Farquharson, D., A.R..4.., 18S7, From Bimam to Dunsinane — 31} >c 49^ 

(Tooth), £39 18s. 

132 Gavido, L. R., 1904, Fresh-gathered — 26 >; 21 (Gooden & Fox), £27 6s. 



46 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

133 Hill, J. S., On the Arun— 23^ X 39i (Tooth), £2 2S. 

134 Hood, G. P. Jacomb, An Andalusian dance — 23* X 23J (Carey), £4 14s. 6d. 

135 Inskipp, J ., 1831, Head of a lady, a sketch ; Art and literature, by E. HolUday, 

1881 ; and Venice : Evening (Mrs. Lawrence), £7 7s. 

136 Italian School. The Transfiguration — 48 X 37^ (Bimbaum), £5 5s. 

137 King, Yeend, A quiet stream — 30 X 39 (Sampson), £23 2S. 

138 Kneller, Sir George Rooke, in brown dress, with flowing wig, oval — 28J X 24J 

(Collings), £5 15s. 6d. 

139 Fantin, Latour, H. 1890, Flowers in a glass vase, and a cluster of Nasturtium 

— 23J X 21 (Wallis), £735. 

140 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1889, Near Harlech, Carnarvonshire Coast — 25J X 41J 

(Ramus), £131 5s. 

141 Luker, W., 1893, Highland cattle — iij X igj (Fishburn), £3 13s. 6d. 

142 McEvery, A. Ambrose, " The good shawl" — 12J X 15 (Evans), £10 los. 

143 McLachlan, H., 1889, Minding sheep : Moonlight — 27 X 34 (Carey), £2 12s. 6d. 

144 Maes, N., Lady, in black dress, with white lace scarf ; signed, and dated 1655 

— 28J X 23i (Sackville Gallery), £42. 

145 May, A. S., " Early one morning " ; and Shipping in the Medway, after J . M. W. 

Turner, R.A., by Amy Carter (Gummer), £4 4s. 

146 Menpes, Mortimer, Courtyard at Seville — 6i x aI (Bond), £7 7s. 

147 Menpes, Mortimer, Side Canal, Venice ; and Agra, panel (St. Davids), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

148 Menpes, Mortimer, Eastern children ; and Peasant woman, panel (Sampson), 

£3 3s. 

149 Moore, H., R.A., Storm coming on: Boats running for shelter — 13 J X 25 J 

(Sampson), £10 los. 

150 Morton, G., " Washing-day " ; and Sunny pastures, by E. E. Hayles (Hugo), 

£2 i2s. 6d. 

151 Muirhead, David, River scene, with barge — g\ X i3i (Sampson), £7 7s. 

152 Murray, David, R.A., 1894, Corfe Castle — iij X 18 (Sampson), £9 iqs. 6d. 

153 Murray, David, R.A., 1897, Common scene — iii X i7i (Fishburn), £8 8s. 

154 Murray, David, R.A., 1886, Le Calvaire, panel — 5 x 8i (Sampson), £2 2s. 

155 Nordgren, A., Coast scene : Moonlight, panel — 12 X 19 (Ramus), £3 13s. 6d. 

156 Peppercorn, A. D., Evening : River scene, with sailing boat — 15 x 26 (Tooth), 

£16 i5s. 

157 Rubens (after), Jean Malderus, in gown, seated — 45 X 33^ (Harger), £3 3s. 

158 Shaw, Byam, Ploughing, panel- — 14 X 23^- (St. Davids), £50 8s. 

159 Somerscales, T., r905, The South Sea Island ; and SquaDs (Sampson), £15 15s. 

160 Steer, P. Wilson, Quiet occupation : Sunlight — 24 X igi (Sampson), £46 4s. 
i6i Teniers, Interior, with old peasant woman and culinary utensils, panel — 

18 X 24^ (Sackville Gallery), £11 iis. 

162 Thomson, Leshe, Winchelsea meadows — 13^ X 27i (Tooth), £22 is. 

163 Velasquez (after). Gentleman, in black cloak and white collar — 29 X 24 

(T. J. Harris), £3 13s. 6d. 

164 Walton, Frank, " The dim and solemn quiet of the closing of the day " — 

29 X 34i (Collings), £6 i6s. 6d. 

165 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A. (after). The blind fiddler ; and Village Politicians, a pair 

— 27J X 36 (Ramus), £6 r6s. 6d. 

166 WiHiams, Terrick, Fruits of the south ; and Sardine boats, Concarneau, 

Brittany (Fishburn), £6 i6s. 6d. 

167 Windmaier, A., 1881, The vUlage forge : Winter — 22 X 28 (Sampson), £7 7s. 
.168 Wood, E. Stewart, The rushy margin of the stream — lof X 20J (Ramus), 

£2 2S. 



November 27, 191 1. 47 

169 Wood, L. J., At Caudebec, on the Seine, Normandy ; and Part of the Church 

of St. Pierre at Louvain, Belgium, a pair— gf x 6f (Fishburn), £11 iis. 

170 Wood, L. J., AbbeviUe ; and Church of Nicolas, Rouen (Shepherd), £18 i8s. 

171 Wynants, Road scene, with sportsmen and dog, panel; Landscape, with 

figures ; and Woody landscape, with figures by a stream, on copper (Vicars), 
£19 19s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



November 28, 1911. Christie's. 

Modem Etchings and Engravings, property of the late 
Judge Bacon . Engravings of the Early English School, 
property of the late Mrs. C. A. Buxton, 24, Wetherby 
Gardens, S.W., etc. 

Unframed. 

1 Views of London, after Haseler and W. Daniell, by D. Havell, coloxired aqua- 

tints (Pollard), £4 15s. 

2 MiUbank and St. Paul's from the river, after Laporte, by F. Jukes, etc. ; 

and Views of Hampton Court, after Mamiskirsch, by H. Schutz, a pair, 
coloured aquatints (Pollard), £9 19s. 6d. 

3 Views of London, Chelsea, etc ; etchings (10), by W. Sherborn (Sotheran), i8s. 

4 Le Bal Masque, after C. L. Desrais, by Berthet ; and Oruaments and decora- 

tion, by Cuvillies, etc. (10) (Parsons), £2 15s. 

5 Children nutting, after Gainsborough, by A. Mathey, artist's proof (Young), 

15s. 

6 Another impression, similar (Richmond), 12s. 

7 The Bride of Lammermoor, after MUlais, by T. O. Barlow, artist's proofs, 

two impressions ; and Fancy free, after Stuart VVortley, by Norman 
Hirst, artist's proof (Leggatt), £2 5s. 

8 Mrs. Robinson as " Perdita," after Gainsborough, by Gerald Robinson, artist's 

proof, two impressions (Leggatt), £1 is. 

9 Roman d' Amour de la jeunesse, after Fragonard, a set of five, artist's proofs 

(Gooden & Fox), £2 12s. 6d. 
10 Lady Charlotte Greville, after Hoppner, by J. Young; and Lady Charlotte 

Legge, after Romney, by Grozer (Dobson), £30 gs. 
ir and 12 Muscipula, after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. Cousins; and Imprisoned, 

after B. Riviere, by the same, artist's proofs. — Lady Caroline Montagu, 

as " Winter," after and by the same, artist's proof (Yomig), £3 13s. 6d. 
13 Miss Ross, after Raeburn, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof (Vicars), £1 5s. 
H Genoese Lady and child, after Van Dyck, by LaguiUermie (Goodeu &. Fox), 

£1 103. 

r5 Mrs. Scott-Waring and children, after J. Russell, by C. Turner (Hunt), £10 los. 

Property of the late Judge Bacon. 

lO Picturesque views in England and Wales, after J. M. W. Turner (in two 

volumes), ninety-six plates with the text, and eighteen imfinished plates, 

from the Turner sale (Rimell), £7 7s. 
ly The early ploughman ; and The rising moon, by Samuel Palmer, proofs 

(Dunthorne), £7 17s. 6d. 
t8 Portrait of Thomas Edward, by P. Rajon, remarque proof ; and Admiral 

de Ruyter, after F. Hals, by Sherborn (Parker), los. 6d. 

19 Whistler, J. M., Upright Venice (W. 205), early impression, printed by the 

artist (Gutekunst), £52 los. 

20 Whistler, J . M., Long Venice (W. 182), printed by the artist (Cokiaghi & Obach), 

£33 I2S. 
2r Whistler, J. M., The little salute (W. 190), second state, printed by the artist 
(Dunthorne), £14 14s. 



November 28, 191 1. 49 



22 Whistler, J. M., The beggars (W. 159), before the coat on the man was 

lengthened, printed by the artist (Colnaghi & Obach), £56 14s. 

23 Meryon, C, St. Etienne-du-Mont (W. 14), third state ; and La Rue des Toiles, 

a Bourges (W. 35), (Parsons), £2 los. 

24 Meryon, C, Tourelle, dite " de Marat " (W. 24), the allegorical figures effaced 

(Colnaghi & Obach), £2 12s. 6d. 

25 Meryon, C, Tourelle, Rue de la Tixeranderie (W. 13), first state (Rimell), 

ii 2S. 

26 Meryon, C, Le Pont au Change (W. 18), first state (Parsons), £3 5s. 

27 Meryon, C, L'Abside de Notre Dame (W. 22), third state (Dunthome), 

£ri OS. 6d. 

28 Mdryon, C, La Tour de I'Horloge (W. 12), first state (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£18 i8s. 

Framed. 

29 Cousins, S., R.A., Lavinia, Countess Spenser, in cap, after Sir J. Reynolds, 

artist's proof (Amor), £6 6s. 

30 Cousins, S., R.A., Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick, as " Sylvia," after the same, 

artist's proof (Leggatt), £6 6s. 

31 Cousins, S., R.A., Lady Caroline Montagu, as "Winter," after the same, 

artist's proof (Leggatt), £2 2S. 

32 Cousins, S., R.A., The age of innocence, after Sir J. Reynolds, artist's proof 

(Young), £15 15s. 

33 Cousins, S., R.A., Miss Bowles, after Sir J. Reynolds, artist's proof (Agnew), 

£11 IIS. 

34 Cousins, S., Simplicity, after the same, artist's proof (Vicars), £9 19s. 6d. 

35 Cousins, S., R.A., Lavinia, Countess Spencer, in a hat, after the same, artist's 

proof (Amor), £14 3s. 6d. 

36 Cousins, S., R.A., The Hon. Anne Bingham, after the same, artisfs proof 

(Amor), £13 13s. 

37 Cousins, S., R.A., Georgina, Duchess of Devonshire, after the same, artist's 

proof (Leggatt), £14 14s. 

38 Cousins, S., R.A., Isabella, Duchess of Rutland, after the same, artist's proof 

(Leggatt), £i7 6s. 6d. 

39 Cousins, S., R.A., Mrs. BraddyU, after the same, proof before the Association 

stsmip, and inscribed " Private Plate " (Sabia), £48 6s. 



40 and 41 Alonzo Cano, after Velasquez, by Macbeth, proof. — Mrs. Abingdon, 
as " Miss Prue," after Sir J. Reynolds, by Parkes ; and A summer moon, 
after Lord Leighton, artist's proofs (Dunthome), £1. 

42 and 43 H.M. Queen Alexandra, after Sir Luke FUdes, by Laguillermie, artisfs 
proof.— Mrs. Robiason, as " Perdita," after Gainsborough, by A. Mathey, 
remarque proof (Bernard), £1 12s. 

44 and 45 Mrs. Siddons, after the same, by G. H. Every, artist's proof on satin ; 
and Child, seated, with a bunch of grapes, by J. R. Jackson, artist's 
proof.^Madame Has, after Rembrandt, by C. Waltner, remarque proof 
(Pawsey & Payne), £5. 

46 The Madonna di San Sisto, after Raphael, by G. Mandel, proof before any 

letters (Huggins), £3 3s. 

47 P. P. Rubens, after himself, by Flameng ; and his wife, after and by the same, 

remarque proof, a pair (Maggs), i8s. 

48 Among the hills, after P. Graham, by J. B. Pratt, artisfs proof (Vicars), 

£3 IDS. 

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50 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

49 La confidence, after Meissonier, by H. Vion, remarque proof (White), £5 5s. 

50 The Palatine Chapel, Palermo, etching, by A. H. Haig (Dvmthome), £23 2S. 

51 A fish market; and A game market, after Snyders and Long John, by R. 

Earlom, a pair (Sotheran), £2 12s. 6d. 
32 Fruit piece ; and Flower piece, after Van Huysum, by R. Earlom, a pair, 
etched letter proofs (W. Sabin), £18 i8s. 

Property of a Gentleman. 

Unframed. 

53 Innocence and the old beau, by and after J. R. Smith ; and The lady and 

astrologer, after the same, by P. Simon, a pair (\aughEin), £5 5s. 

54 Mrs. Siddons, as the "Tragic Muse," after Sir J. Reynolds, by F. Haward 

(Maggs), £3 3s. 

55 Marqms CornwaUis, after J. S. Copley, by B. Smith (Lauser), £1 6s. 

56 St. George D'Elmina ; and Christiansborg, after G. Webster, by J . Hill, coloured 

aquatints, a pair (Rimell), £5 5s. 

57 Views of Margate, published by Betterson, 1828, coloured aquatints, a pair 

(Monte), £6 i6s. 6d. 

Framed. 

58 A girls' school, after Pasquitini, by G. Keating ; and A wood-boy, after Barker, 

in colours (Barnard), £3 3s. 

59 Naval engagement between El Gamo and H.M.S. S^^eedy, after N. Pocock, 

by R. Pollard, in colours (Young), £13 13s. 

60 The fortune-teller, after Rev. W. Peters, by J. R. Smith, in colours (Sabin), 

£102 i8s. 

61 Mrs. Whitmore, after T. Phillips, by C. Turner, in colours (Taylor), £10 los. 

62 The triumph of Amphitrite, after Bartolozzi, by T. Clarke, with wide margin, 

printed in colours (Gooden & Fox), £8 i8s. 6d. 

63 The charmers, after Rev. W. Peters, by C. Knight (Greenwood), £2 12s. 6d. 

64 and 65 Winter, published by Haines & Son, 1795. — The Hon. George Cran- 

field Berkeley, after Gainsborough, by Birche (Agnew), £8 8s. 

66 Lord Hawkesbury, after Romney, by J. Murphy, open letter proof (Pawsey 

and Payne), £6 i6s. 6d. 

67 Sir Robert Wilson, after PickersgUl, by W. Ward, open letter proof (Robson), 

£4 4s. 

68 Lord CoOingwood, by C. Turner, open letter proof (Pawsey & Payne), £17 17s. 

69 Warren Hastings, after Sir J. Reynolds, by T. Watson (Harris), £19 igs. 

70 The Rt. Hon. C. J. Fox, after the same, by J. Jones (Pawsey & Payne), £4 4s. 

71 Elizabeth, Countess of Derby, after Romney, by J. Dean, second state (Ellis 

and Smith), £30 9s. 

Property of the late Mrs. C. A. Ruxton, 24, Wetherby 
Gardens, S.W. 

72 Master Crewe, as " Henry VIII," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. R. Smith (Bar- 

nard), £4 4S. 

73 Miss Nelly O'Brien, after the same, by J. Wilson (Barnard), £2 2s. 

74 Lady Melbourne and son, after the same, by T. Watson ; and Master Bunbury, 

after the same, by F. Haward (Agnew), £5 5s. 

75 Lady Boynton, after Cotes, by J. Watson ; and The Countess of Essex, after 

KneUer, by I. Smith (Barnard), £10 los. 



V 

November 28, 191 1. 51 

76 Duchess of Hamilton, after Read, by C. J. Finlayson (Smith), jTio ids. 

77 Duchess of Bedford, after J. Hoppner, by S. W. Reynolds, proof, first fifty 

(Sabin), £102 i8s. 

78 Lord Henry and Lady Charlotte Spencer, after Sir J. Reynolds, stipple, by 

J. Jones, second state (NataU), £2 5s. 

79 The English and French dressing-rooms, after AnseU, stipples, by P. W. 

Tomkins, a pair (Lauser), £3 3s. 

80 The Ladies Spencer, after Lady Beauclerk, by Bartolozzi ; and two Figure 

subjects, after Hamilton, a pair (Vaughan), £12 12s. 

8 1 The Farewell, after Bunbury, in colours ; Rosina, after AaseU, by P. W. Tom- 

kins ; and another (Barnard), £4 14s. 6d. 

After G. Morland. 

82 The farmer's stable, by W. Ward, with title in open letters ; and The dram, 

by the same (Jacobsen), £13 13s. 

83 The thatcher ; and The shepherds, by the same (Ellis & Smith), £26 gs. 

84 Innocence alarmed, by R. Smith, jun. (Jacobsen), £6 i6s. 6d. 

85 The turnpike gate, by W. Ward (Ellis & Smith), £14 14s. 

86 The warrener, by the same (Lauser), £32 iis. 

87 The return from shooting, by the same, proof before the title (Maggs), £18 iSs. 

88 Inside of a country ale-house ; and The hard bargain, by the same (EUis 

and Smith), £29 8s. 

89 Feeding the pigs, by J. R. Smith (Agnew), £30 gs. 

90 Fruits of early industry ; and Effects of youthful extravagance, by W. Ward, 

a pair (Barnard), £8 8s. 

91 Visit to the child at nurse ; and Visit to the boarding school, by W. Ward, 

a pair (Lauser), £3r los. 

92 Public-house door ; and Stable amusement, by W. Ward, with titles in open 

letters, a pair (Jacobsen), £19 19s. 

Property of a Gentleman. 

93 Gathering fruit ; and Gathering Wood, after Morland, by Meadows, a pair, 

stipples, with titles in open letters (Pawsey & Pa^Tie), £12 12s. 

94 Sailors' conversation, after the same, by W. Ward, with title in open letters 

(Young), £5 15s. 6d. 

95 Turnpike gate, after and by the same (W. Sabin), £13 13s. 

96 The woodman's return, after Wheatley, by Whessell (Young), £3 3s. 

97 Castle Acre Priory ; Jacques and the stag ; and Stonehenge, after Constable, 

by D. Lucas, engraver's proofs (W. Sabin), £4 14s. 6d. 

98 A Devonshire river, after F. R. Lee, by the same (Vicars), £3 3s. 

99 Dedham Vale, after Constable, by the same, first published state (Sabin), 

£147. 
100 The lock ; and The cornfield, after and by the same, a pair, engraver's proofs 

CVicars), £75 12s. 
loi Henry CaUender, Esq., after L. F. Abbott, by W. Ward, proof (Davis), £52 los. 

102 F. Bartolozzi, after Sir J. Reynolds, by T. Watson, proof before any letters 

(Agnew), £14 14s. 

Difierent Properties. 

103 Children relieving a beggar boy, after W. Beachey, by C. Wilkin (Kettle), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

104 Louisa, after G. Morland, by T. Gaugain ; and Mastet Hope, by S. Cousins 

(BraU), £2 I2S. 6d. 

4* • 



52 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



105 Gleaners, after H. Bunbury, by C. Knight, a pair (Pollard), £7 7s. 

106 Sophia, after Peters, by J. Hogg (W. Sabin), £10 los. 

107 Affection, after Hamilton ; and Girl in a landscape, after Medley, by P. W. 

Tomkins, in colours (Barnard), £3 3s. 

108 Le Noce de Village, after Taunay, by Descourtis, in colours, (W. Sabin), 

£22 IS. 

109 The doubtful shilling, after J. Holmes, by W. J. Bennett, coloured aquatint 

(Pavvsey & Payne), £3 3s. 
no The child saved ; and companion, after Eckstein, by R. Earlom, a pair, in 
colours (Agnew), £5 15s. 6d. 

111 " Lavinia," by Roberts and Stadler, in colours (Bird), £4 14s. 6d. 

112 The death of Pallas; and companion, after Kauffman, by Burner, a pair, 

La colours (Barnard), £1 is. 

113 " Flora," after A. Kauffmann, in colours (Robson), £16 i6s. 

114 The misers, after Q. Matsys, by J. Ward, in colours (Barnard), £1 is. 

115 A party angling ; and The anglers' repast, after G. Morland, by G. Keating, 

a pair, in colours (Newell), £42. 

116 Children feeding goats, after G. Morland, by P. W. Tomkins, in colours ; and 

The angry farmer, after the same, by E. Scott (Barnard), £3 13s. 6d. 

117 Visit to the grandfather ; and Visit to the grandmother, after J. R. Smith 

and Northcote, by E. Dayes, in colours, a pair (Barnard), £2 12s. 6d. 

118 Lord Heathfield, after Sir J. Reynolds, by R. Earlom, in colours (De Voeux), 

£31 los. 

119 .Miss Farren, after Sir T. Lawrence, by F. Bartolozzi, in colours (Sabin), 

£157 lOS. 

120 The procession at the Coronation of George IV, July 19th, 1821 : and The 

Procession of State of George IV to the House of Peers, January 23rd, 
1821, by PoUard, in colours (EUis & Smith;, £5 5s. 

121 Views of Windsor {5), aquatints in colours, by Paul Sandby (Leggatt), £5 15s. 6d. 

122 Changing quarters, after G. Morland, by G. Graham, in colours (Sabin), £73 los. 

123 Royal Hunt in Windsor Park ; and H.M. George III returning from hunting, 

after Pollard, by M. Dubourg, a pair, coloured aquatints (PoUard), £14 3s. 6d. 

124 Princess Ameha, after W. Lawrence, by Bartolozzi ; and The Duchess oi York, 

after Le Brun, by Bourher (F. Daniell), £4 4s. 

125 Windsor Castle : South-east and north-west views, after G. Robertson, by J. 

Fittler, a pair, ovals (Amor), £6 6s. 

126 The Horse Guards ; Covent Garden Piazza ; Scotland Yard ; and St. J ames's 

Gate, after M. A. Rooker and P. Sandby, by E. Rooker, set of four (Pollard), 

£12 I2S. 

127 Bloomsbury Square ; Hanover Square ; Queen's Square ; and Grosvenor 

Square, after E. Dayes, by R. Pollard, a set of four aquatints (Pollard), 
£37 i6s. 

128 Burlington House, after Knyff, by Kip ; and Chapel Royal, St. James's : 

Wedding of George II, after Kent, by Rigaud (GreviUe), £4 4s. 

129 The Misses Crewe, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Dixon (Barnard), £4 15s. 

130 The Ladies Waldegrave, after the same, by V. Green (Parsons), £4 4s. 

131 and 132 Miss NeUy O'Brien, after the same, by J. Watson. — Georgiana, 

Lady Spencer, after the same, by T. Watson (Sotheran), £1 iis. 6d. 

133 • Miss Frances Ker-Gordon : " Angel's heads," after the same, by P. Simon 

(Parker), £1 iis. 6d. 

134 The gardens of Carlton House, by W. Dickinson (Lauser), £4 4s. 

135 The Masters Gulston, after Cotes^ by V. Green ; George I\ , after Gainsborough ; 

and William Pitt, by Brydon (Maggs), £3 13s. 6d. 



November 28, igii. 53 

136 Plates from " Le Monument du Costume," after J . M. Moreau ; Les Precautions, 

by P. A. Martini, with A.P.D.R. and the number 14 ; and J'en accepte 
I'heureux presage, by P. Triere, with A.P.D.R. (Alton), £16 i6s. 

137 Ditto : N'yez pas peur ma bonne Amie, by Helman, with A.P.D.R. and the 

number 16 ; and C'est un fils Monsieur, by C. Baquoy, with A.P.D.R. 
and the number 17 (Alton), £18 i8s. 

138 Ditto : Les Petits Parrains, by C. Baquoy, with A.P.D.R. and the number 

18 ; Les Dehces de la Maternite, by Helman, with A.P.D.R. and the number 

19 ; and L' accord parfait, by the same, with A.P.D.R. and the number 
20, and date (Alton), £21. 

139 Ditto : Le Rendez-Vous pour Marley, by Guttenberg, with A.P.D.R., and the 

number 21 ; Les Adieiix, by de Launay, with A.P.D.R., and the number 
22 (Alton), £21. 
149 Ditto : La Rencontre an Bois de Boulogne, by H. Guttenberg, with A.P.D.R., 
and the number 23 ; La Dance du Palais de la Reine, by P. A. Martini, 
with A.P.D.R. and the number 24 ; and La Course des Chevaux, by H. 
Guttenberg (Ernest), £18 18s. 

141 The Prodigal son ; and The Holy Family, with the Dragon-fly, by A. Durer 

(Rimell), £17 i7s. 

142 The death of the Virgin, etching by Rembrandt (Colnaghi & Obach), £10 los. 

143 Master Lambton, after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, proof before the title 

(Maggs), £68 5s. 

144 Miss Julia Peel, after and by the same, second state (Vicars), £46 4s. 

145 Covmtess Grosvenor, after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins (the reduced plate), 

first state (Maggs), £15 15s. 

146 The sunshine of love, after Raoux, by S. Cousins (Bond), £2 12s. 6d. 

147 Sir Henry Raebum, after himself, by W. Walker, with title in open letters 

(Parsons), £2 2s. 

148 Sir Walter Scott, after and by the same (Davis), £6 i6s. 6d. 

149 The North Porch, Chartres, etching, by A. H. Haig (Dunthorne), £5 5s. 

150 Cefalu Cathedral, by the same (Tooth), £15 15s. 

151 Limburg on the Labn, by the same (Dunthorne), £9 9s. 

152 The cloisters, Burgos, by the same (Dvinthome), £6 6s. 

153 Segovia, the Alcazar, by the same (Dunthorne), £5 5s. 

154 La Halte, after Meissonier, by A. Mignon, remarque proof (Mrs. White), 

£7 i/s. 6d. 

155 Diana or Christ, after E. Long ; The flight into Egypt, after the same ; and 

another, after Noel Paton, by Scott, artist's proofs (Agnew), £3 3s. 

156 Christ before Pilate, after Munkacsy, by E. Waltner ; Man proposes, etc., 

after Sir E. Landseer, by T. Landseer, artist's proofs ; and another (Ward), 
i8s. 

157 Down to the ferry ; and The close of day, after J. Farquharson, by H. Sedcok, 

artist's proofs, a pair (Bird), £3 13s. 6d. 



54 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Decembers, 191 1. Christie's. 

Modem Pictures and Drawings, the property of' a 
Gentleman, deceased ; Modem Pictures, the property of 
the late Sir James Laing, Etal Manor House, Comhill-on- 
Tweed, Northumberland ; and Pictures and Drawings, the 
property of J. A. Game, Esq. ; and from different sources. 

Property of a Gentleman, deceased, 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Angell, H. Coleman, Christmas Roses and Azalea — iii X 7i ( Mitchell) > 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

2 Ball, Wilfrid, 1889, Voorstaat Haven — izi X 7j (Barron), £3 3s. 

3 Barret, G., The Thames at Chertsey — 14! X 2ii (Carey), £4. 4s. 

4 Barret, G., Bay scene, with boats and a fisherman : Sunset — 7f X 13^ (Gooden 

and Fox), £10 los. 

5 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1874, On the Avon, near Bristol — 14J X 20J (Smith), 

£84. 

6 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., Dalston Weir, near CarUsle — 13* X 19J (Smith), £52 los, 

7 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1854, The harbour — gh X 13^ (Smith), £10 los. 

8 Callow, W., Off Broadstairs— iij X 17^ (Bowden), £8 8s. 

9 CoUier, T., In the Lledr Valley — 8J X isj (James King), £25 2S. 

10 CoUier, T., 1879, Near Southwold — gj X 13! (James King), £14. 14s. 

11 CoUier, T., Rocky Landscape — 13 X 20 (Permain), £8 8s. 

12 Collins, W., R.A., 1843, Bay scene, with fisher-woman and child — 7 X io|. 

(J. King), £28 7s. 
B3 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1861, Two cows and five sheep on the bank of a river — • 
15 J X 2ii (MitcheU), £40 19s. 

14 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1862, Three cows, Canterbury Meadows — i6J- x 22J 

(Sampson), £44 2s. 

15 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1839, Cow and calf— 13 X i6J"(MuUen), £27 6s. 

16 Fielding, C, Landscape, with peasant and cows — 7 X loj (King), £47 5s. 

17 GaUait, L., 1865, Art and Uberty — 17 X 12J (Sampson), £9 9s. 

18 Hardy, T. B., 1884, The Dogana, Venice ; Venice, from Mestre ; and Katwyk, 

set of three — 4 J X 6| (Beadworth), £28 7s. 

19 Hunt, W., The pitcher — 12I X 8 (Sampson), £24 3s. 

20 Hunt, W., An old man in church — i6J X loj (Sampson), £10 los. 

21 Hunt, W., Bird's nest and blackberry-blossom, oval — 6i X 8f (Gooden and 

Fox), £22 IS. 

22 MiiUer, W., Waterfall — 12J- x 19 (Pickering & Co.), £3 13s. 6d. 

23 Nash, F., View of Angers on the Loire — 21J X 30 (Leggatt), £11 iis. 

24 Nash, F., Market Place, Liege — 12 X 16 (Permain), £7 7s. 

25 Nesfield, W. A., WaterfaU — loj X 14J (Bowden), £3 3s. 

26 Front, S., Market Place, Prague — 21J X 17 (Sampson), £63. 

27 Prout, S., Doge's Palace, Venice — 21J X 17 (Sampson), £18 i8s. 

28 Prout, S., Market Place, Prague — 16 X loj (Shepherd), £42. 

29 Prout, S., View in a Norman town — iij X 8^ (J. King), £30 9s. 

30 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Siena — 9 X 6} (Gooden & Fox), £10 los. 

31 Wimperis, E. M., 1876, The stream from Idwal, North Wales — 2oi X 29 

(Leggatt), £43 IS. 



December 2, 191 1. 55 



32 Wint, p. de, Grouse shooting on the moors — 14J X 28 (Gooden & Fox), 

£71 8s. 

PICTURES. 

33 Davis, H. W. B., R.A., 1860-83, The mill by the sea— 20J X 16J (Mitchell), 

£30 gs. 

34 Dawson, H., Town on a river — 19 x 27 (Vicars), £10 los. 

35 Blake, B., 1822, Interior of a larder, with dead game, vegetables, and still 

hfe, panel— 10 X i2\ (Bovington), £15 15s. 

36 Bruyn, B., Saint Ursula, in brown and red dress, holding a book and a feather, 

panel— 27J X 13* (Collings), £3 3s. 

37 Corbet, M. R., A.R.A., Edge of the wood, panel — 12J X 7 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

38 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Woody landscape, with a man, carrying a scythe 

on his shoulder, etc. — 15J x zoj (Thrift), £99 15s. 

39 Holland, J., Painted Hall, Greenwich Hospital — 9J ins. circular (Gooden and 

Fox), £3 3s. 

40 Niemann, E. J., Woody river scene, with two figures — ir x gj (Aitchinton), 

£15 15s. 

41 Saraceno, Death of the Virgin, on copper — i6i X loj (Mullen), £y 7s. 

42 Vincent, G., HiUy landscape, with animals, panel — 19J x 26J (Cross and 

PhiUips), £i7 i6s. 

43 Weiss, Jose, Village scene — 15 x zij (Sampson), £17 17s. 

Property of a Gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

44 Bach, Guido, 1882, Itahan shepherd-boy — 11 x 14 (Cross & Phillips), £2 12s. 6d. 

45 Fielding, River scene, with castles, peasants and sheep ; and Welsh stream, 

by J. Syer, i88i (Pickering), £7 17s. 6d. 

46 Foster, Birket, Hambledon, Surrey — 7 X loj (Agnew), £78 rss. 

47 Hagborg, M., By the sea — gj X 7j (Ohve), £5 15s. 6d. 

48 Jackson, S. P., Winter on the North Coast : Whitby — 22 X 35 (Pawsey), 

£6 16s. 6d. 

49 Owen, S., Shipping in a harbour — jf x 8 (Falser), £5 15s. 6d. 

50 Palmer, Sutton, From Arundel Park — 17^ x 24J (Bowden), £22 is. 

51 Richardson, T. M., 1882, Flamborough Head — 13J x 25J (Sampson), £9 gs. 

52 Varley, J., 1831, Bamborough Castle, Northumberland — 5J X gj (Agnew), 

£10 lOS. 

53 Willis, H. B., Cattle : Sunset— 5J X 8| (Agnew), £15 15s. 

54 Wimperis, E. M., 1894, A weedy dyke — 11 J- X 18J (Widegren), £45 3s. 

55 Wimperis, E. M., 1894, Path by the river — loj X 18 (Agnew), £44 2S. 

56 Wimperis, E. M., 1894, View near Cordingbridge — ioj[- X 17J (King), £30 gs. 

57 Wimperis, E. M., 1894, In the meadows — gj x 13! (King), £30 gs. 

58 Wimperis, E. M., i8g4, On the Rennet ; and An oat-field, a pair — 6 x 9} 

(King), £32 IIS. 

59 Wint, P. de, Middleham Castle — iif x i7i (King), £54 12s. 

PICTURES. 

€0 Barret, G., R.A., and S. Gilpin, R.A., Morning ; and Evening, landscapes, 
with cattle, a pair — 33 x 48J (Carey), £17 17s. 

61 Constable, J., R.A., HUly Landscape, with shepherd and sheep, panel — 

7j X 12 (Agnew), £94 los. 

62 Fielding, C, Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire. R.A., 1842—524 X 77 (Thrift), 

£262 10s. 



56 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

63 Fisher, Mark, A.R.A., Cattle by the side of a stream — 13J X 20J (Sampson), 

£16 i6s. 

64 Hall, OHver, King's Lyim from a distance — laj X i7i (Carey), £1 iis. 6d. 

65 Heffner, Karl, Autumn twilight — 18 x 24 (St. Davids), £34 13s. 

66 HoOand, J., 1838, Piazzetta of St. Mark's— gi x 6{ (Gooden & Fox), £54 12s. 

67 Jacque, Ch., The flock : Moonlight, panel — 7^ X iij (Wallis), £8 8s. 

68 Lee, F. R., R.A., 1847, Liacolnshire scenery. R.A., 1847 — 34 x 44 (Mitchell), 

£30 gs. 

69 Reinagle, R. R., R.A., View of Civita CasteUana. R.A., 1807 — 35^ X 47J 

(Lister), fy 19s. 6d. 

70 Wimperis, E. M., 1893, Autumn on the Llugwy, North Wales — 19 x 29^ 

(King), £gg 15s. 

71 Wimperis, E. M., 1891, Daabviry Green — 14^ X 24J (Agnew), £73 los. 

Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

72 George, Sir Ernest, A.R.A., Prague at Twilight — igj X 25J (Hahn), £10 los. 

73 Tayler, E., 1870, Jephthah's Daughter — 17 X 13 (Davies), £1 iis. 6d. 

74 Sims, Charles, A.R.A., Wonders be known in the night — 12J X 15^ (Sampson), 

75 Mauve, A., A bullock-cart — 13 X 17J (Huling), £31 los. 

76 Mauve, A., Feeding chickens — iij X 14^ (Huhng), £g 9s. 

77 Sherrin, D., Grapes and apples — 7i X loj (Boyle), £7 17s. 6d. 

78 Wimperis, E. M., 1883, A windy comer — 8jt X 12 (King), £2 125. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

79 Morris, P. R., A.R.A., The sailor and his lass — 29^ X rgj (Sampson), £11 iis. 

80 Brugman, J. F.; 1882, Preparing the meal — 17 X 21J (WaUis), £27 6s. 
8r Ricci, P., Finishing stitches — 15 X 11 (Boult), £23 2S. 

82 Webb, J., Coast scene, with stranded boat and fisher-folk — rij X 2ii (CrosB 

and PhtUips), £7 7s. 

83 Leemputten, F. van, 1877, Shepherdess and her flock — 17J X 23* (Sampson), 

£8 8s. 

84 Dupre, JuUen, Peasants, with a cow and sheep in a pasture — 17J X 23 J 

(Sampson), £52 los. 

85 Niemann, E. J., 1869, Dumbarton from the Clyde: Ben Lomond in the dis- 

tance — 34i X 6ii (Young), £27 6s. 

86 Blinks, T., 1886, The huntsman's funeral. R.A., 1886— 43^ X 58^ (Sampson), 

£75 I2S. 

87 Ellis, Edwin, Autumn Afternoon — 16 X 32 (Huling), £5 5s. 

88 Cole, G., 1855, Landscape, with sheep. R.A., 1855 — 29^ X 48 (Holland), 

£42- 

89 Watson, W., i88r, Highland cattle— 27J X 4ii (Cross & Phillips), £50 8s. 

90 Grant, W. J., Scene after the execution of Lady Jane Grey — 35 J- X 32 (Hurst), 

£31. 

91 Knight, J. Buxton, Moonrise : Wendover — 27 X 35J (Gooden & Fox), £99 15s. 

92 Hayes, E., R.H.A., Dutch Pincks getting under sail, Katwyk — 21 x 33 (Samp- 

son), £21. 

93 Dommersen, P. C, Shipping in a breeze oflf Amsterdam — 23 J X 41^ (Willdn- 

son), £2 2S. 

94 Shayer, W., sen.. Pedlars halting — 29 X 23^ (B. Nathan), £90 6s. 

95 Shayer, W., sen., The mid-day meal — 22i x 28 (Bell),£i6 i6s. 



December 2, 1911. 57 



96 Frere, Ed., 1862, The yoiing cook, panel — 15^ X 12} (Leggatt), £65 23. 

97 Campotosto, H,, 1868, Feeding the chickens, panel — rgj X 12 (Richards), 

£19 19s. 

98 Leurs, J., Sheep in a pasture — 14 X 23|- (Hurst), £23 2S. 

99 Leurs, J., River scene, with cattle — 16 X 25^ (Lefevre), £13 133. 

100 Hall, Fred, 1895, The shepherd. R.A., 1895 — 59J X 72 (Cross & Phillips), 

£50 8s. 
loi Roberts, Edwin, 1877, Rory O'More — 35J X 19J (Sampson), £$ 15s. 6d. 

102 Glindoni, H. G., 1898, None live so well as a holy friar — 24J X 32J (Cross 

and PhLUips), £19 19s. 

103 Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., A funny joke ; and The pipe, a pair, panel — 4J x 3i 

(Mullen), £4 14s. 6d. 

104 Innocenti, Fete Champetre, panel — 12 X 15 (Lefevre), £21. 

105 Castres, E., 1873, Outside the ambulance — 17 X 21 (Carey), £16 i6s. 

106 Duverger, T. E., 1868, The empty cradle, panel — 15 x 22 (Sampson), £9 9s. 

107 Jonghe, G. de. Preparing for the masquerade, panel — 18 X 2i|- (Carey), 

£9 9S. 
ro8 Saintin, J. E., 1869, Treasured memories — 28 X 23 (Allard), £7 7s. 

109 Toulmouche, A., 1867, White lilacs ; and L'Atteate, a pair — 23J X i8i (Allard), 

£16 i6s. 

110 Toulmouche, A., 1867, Sad thoughts — 20 X 14^ (x\llard), £7 7s. 

111 Herring, J. F., sen., 1833, " Whisker," the property of the Duke of Grafton — 

i3i X i7i (Fores), £8 8s. 

112 Hicks, G. E., Cherubs — 29 X 24 (Gooden & Fox), £4 4s. 

113 Hicks, G. E., 1911, NeUie — 20J x 16J (Sampson), £3 2S. 

114 Shalders, G., 1855, Crossing the ford — 20 X 42 (Mullen), £21. 

115 Shalders, G., 1856, Cattle at a stream — 23J X 42 (Cross & Phillips), £16 i6s, 

116 James, D., 1888, Porth Point, Wartergate Bay; and Ebb tide, Newquay 

Bay, Cornwall, a pair — 17^- x 29J (James), £15 15s. 

117 James, D., 1888, Evening at Porth : Tide going out ; and Fistral Bay: Tide 

coming in, a pair — 17J X 29^- (Cross & Phillips), £16 i6s. 

Property of J. A. Game, Esq., Yeeda Grange, Cockfosters, 
near New Bamet. 

118 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1878, Flock of sheep in a pasture — 16 X 25* (Sampson), 

£42- 

119 Dobson, W. C. T., R.A., 1876, Waiting — 19 X 14 (Sampson), £6 6s. 

120 Hemy, R. B., Stranded boats — i6i X 23 (Stuart), £4 4s. 

121 Kilbume, G. G., The pet doll— iij x 16 (Stuart), £7 7s. 

122 MacWhirter, J., R.A., View overlooking an eastern town, Indian ink wash — 

9 X 13 (Wilkinson), £2 5s. 

123 Sherrin, D., Rabbits — 12J X 17 (Grant), £23 2s. 

124 Sherrin, D., Primroses and bird's nest — 7J x gi (Wilkinson), £7 7s. 

125 Skill, F. J., Crossing the brook — g^ x i3i (Boult), £4 14s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

126 Windermere — 17 x 31 (Wilkinson), £11 iis. 

127 Beavis, R., Herdsman of the Roman Campagna collectLig young horses for 

branding. R.A., r88i — ^33 x 60J (Sampson), £27 6s. 

128 Carmichael, J. W., 1865, Shipping off a harbour, panel — i7j- x 23^ (Yates), 

£8 8s. 



58 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

129 Cole, G., 1883, Harvest-time, Whitchurch, Oxon — igj x 29J (Mitchell), 

£30 9s. 

130 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1880, Group of cattle, in a river — 37 X 53 (Lister), ^136 los. 
iSi Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1875, Group of seven sheep — 37i X 25J (Sampson), 

£18 i8s. 

132 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1882, Foiir cows in a pasture — 17 X 23^ (Lister), £31 los. 

133 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1873, Four cows and a calf, by a stream, panel — i6i x 2oi 

(Mitchell), ;f48 6s. 

134 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1859, On the Downs, East Kent, panel — 13^ x 17J 

(Mitchell), £31 IDS. 

135 Hemsley, W., A fix— black to move — gi X nj (Hull), £6 6s. 

136 Lazerges, H., 1883, On the balcony — 28 X 23 (Boult), £15 15s. 

137 Lazerges, H., 1883, An Algerian beauty, panel — 28 X 21 (Boult), £^ gs. 

138 Peel, J., 1868, Near Haslemere, Surrey — 17 X 29J (Wilkinson), £10 los. 

139 Peel, J., 1864, Gathering bracken — igj X 2gJ (McLean), £52 los. 

140 Stevens, J. D., Return from market — 26J X ig (Boult), £12 12s. 

141 Weber, Th.; Fishing harbour on the coast of Belgium — 35 X 584 (Cross and 

PhiUips), £16 i6s. 

142 Wilmarth, W. S., 1881, Fresh gathered — 21 X i7i (Sampson), £16 i6s. 

Property of the late Sir James Laing, Etal Manor House, 
Comhill-on-Tweed, Northumberland. 

PICTURES. 

143 Ansdell, R., R.A., 1858, Spanish shepherd, Seville. R.A., 1858 — 36J X 77^ 

(Pickering), £60 i8s. 

144 Ashe, J. W. L., On the Cornish coast — -15 J x 25 J (Wilkiiison), £4 4s. 

145 Chester, G. F., 1881, By hook or by crook. R.A., 1881 — 50J X 73 (Cross 

and Phillips), £14 14s. 

146 Cooke, E. W., RA., i860, Dutch galliot running into the Port of Aberdeen 

during a heavy gale. R.A., 1861 — 41^ X 66 (Sampson), £31 ids. 

147 Cope, C. W., R.A., 1861, Scholar's mate, on panel. R.A., 1861 — 21J X 15J 

(Sampson), £10 los. 

148 Horsley, J. C, R.A., Blossom- time. R.A., 1859 — 35i X 27J (Gasquet), 

£15 15s. 

149 Lee, F. R., R.A., 1859, Avenue at Youlstone, near Barnstaple. R.A., 1859 — 

37J X 49i (Gasquet), £26 5s. 

150 Lee, F. R., R.A., and T. S. Cooper, R.A., Welsh river scene, with figures, sheep 

and goats — 33J X 43 (Mitchell), £19 igs. 

151 MacaUum, Andrew, 1861, Near the birthplace of Duncan Dunbar, Esq., Forres, 

N.B.— 37i X 67J (Gasquet), £5 5s. 

152 Redgrave, R., R.A., 1859, Seeking the bridle road, panel. R.A., 1859 — 

31} X 21 (Gasquet), £10 los. 

153 Stone, F., A.R.A. R.A., i860— 25J X 43J (Wilkinson), £8 8s. 

" A merry heart goes all the day, 
Your sad tires in a mile-a." 

154 Storck, Naval engagement off a town — 40 X 60 (Cross & Phillips), £28 7s, 

155 Stuart, Charles, 1881-2, Sunny auutmn. R.A., 1882 — 47J X 84 (Stuart), 

£10 IDS. 



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December 4, 191 1. Christie's. 

Property of the late Ebenezer Homan, Esq. 

DRAWINGS. 
In the Folio. 

1 Deane, W. W., 1869, San Miniato al Monte, Florence ; and Artillery, by 

G. B. Campion (Urskent), £1 5s. 

2 Bennett, W., A coast scene ; and On the seashore, by G. L. Hall (Beattie), £2. 

3 George, Sir Ernest, A.R.A., A doorway, Seville ; and Gibraltar (Kent), 

£3 15s. 

4 George, Sir Ernest, A.R.A., Siena; and Burgos (Frost & Reed), £15 15s. 

5 George, Sir Ernest, A. R.A., Lyme Regis ; Madrid; and Tangier (Frost & Reed>), 

£(, 6s. 

6 Lloyd, Tom, 1872, At Portmadoc ; and Near Shanklin (Sampson), £5 5s. 

7 MacaUum, 1889, Whitesand Bay (Sampson), £3 3s. 

8 MacaUum, Hamilton, Salcombe, 1893 ; and Sennen, 1896 (Sampson), £4 4s. 

9 MacaUum, Hamilton, 1882, Town of St. Mary's, Scilly ; Bryer Sound ; and 

The Western Fairway (Sampson), £5 5s. 

10 MacaUum, Hamilton, A Devonshire coach-house, 1885 ; and Gentem, 1890 

(Sampson), £4 4s. 

11 MacaUum, Hamilton, Cattle, near DeUt, 1889 ; and Views at Scheveningen, 

1886, two on one mount (Brown & Phillips), fz 2S. 

12 MacaUum, Hamilton, Dulverton ; and Beer Common, 1S95 (Brown & Phillips), 

£2. 

13 MacaUum, Hamilton, 1887, Two views at Dordrecht ; Nunikendan ; and 

Antwerp (Sampson), £5 5s. 

14 McKewan, D. H., Cottages, near Shrewsbury ; and Beddgelert, by W. Evans 

(Ralph), £\ los. 

15 MarshaU, H. M., 1873, A study at Rome ; Peach-blcssom, by Mary Stevens ; 

and Study of a soldier's head, pencil (Kent), £2 zi. 

16 Martin, J., Mountainous river scenes (2), with castles and figures, sepia 

(Saunders), £1 8s. 

18 Varley, J., Cottages; St. Lawrence Church, Pembroke; and At Lyme 

(Sampson), £10 los. 

19 Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., 1877 ; Edge of the common (Sampson), £10 los. 

20 White, J., 1891, Branscombe (Sampson), £x is. 

21 White, J., 1898, Shirburton ; and On the moor (Sampson), £z 2S. 

22 White, J., The river that runs to the sea, 1888 ; and Branscombe, 1891 (Kent), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

23 White, J., Coverack ; Crockern Farm, 1898 ; and Cligs at Coverack, 1891 

(Frost & Reed), £5 5s. 

24 WyUie, W. L., R.A., 1876, The times ; and Cottage Children, by W. S. Coleman 

(Frost & Reed), £4 4s. 

Framed. 

25 AUan, R. W., Street in Flushing ; and Katwyk, by F. S. Richardson, 1896 

(Sampson), £ii iis. 

26 Barret, G., Classical river scene — 8 x 12 (Pawsey & Payne), £8 8s. 

27 Benett, Newton, Eton : Sunset — 10 X i4i (Paris), £1 los. 

38 Benett, Newton, A New Forest cottage garden— 8i X 14 (Beattie), £2 los. 



6o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

29 Bennett, W., 1885, Chingford Church— 14 X 20J (Ralph), £2 los. 

30 Bennett, W., Dulwich Woods — 12 X 18J (Vicars), £t iis. 6d. 

31 Bennett, W., Hastings Beach ; and A Welsh hilltop, by G. Dogdson, 1865 

(Paris), £2 123. 6d. 

32 Burrington, Arthur, 1904, Old garden, Lyme — isi X 20J (Kent), £g igs. 6d. 

33 Burrington, Arthur, 1904, Coram Coast, Lyme Regis — 13J X 20^ (Sampson), 

£2 2S. 

34 Burrington, Arthur, A terrace garden ; and Hampton Court (Ralph), £6 6s. 

35 Burrington, Arthur, 1904, Old toolhouse, Lyme ; and On the East Lynne, 

Lynton, by Frank Walton (Brown & PhilUps), £4 4s. 

36 Cattermole, G., Old castle — i6i X iij (Brown & PhiUips), £4 4s. 

37 Cattermole, G., The serenade ; and The rescue (Margetson), £4 5s. 

38 Cotman, F. G., 1892, The village church; and Branscombe, by J. White, 

1897 (Cross), £2 2S. 

39 Cox, D., Terrace, Haddon Hall — 10 X 14^- (Sampson), £7 "s. 

40 Cox, D., Terrace wall, Haddon Hall — ro X i4;l- (Sampson), £7 7s. 

41 Duncan, E., 1866, Coming into Yarmouth Harbour — 13J- x 20 (MitcheE), 

£9 9S. 

42 Dimcan, E., 1853, Culver Cliff, Isle of Wight ; and Birkett's cottage, Dimgeon 

GhyU, by P. J. Haftel, 1882 (Ralph), £4 4s. 

43 East, Sir Alfred, A.R.A., Bourton — 9} x 14 (Frost & Reed), £6 i6s. 6d. 

44 Foster, Birket, Beach at Bonchurch — 6J X 9J (Sampson), £22 is. 

45 Hardy, Heywood, 1885, The Sacred Lion, Algiers ; and Head of a dog (Marget- 

son), £7 17s. 6d. 

46 Hardy, J., jun., 1884, A curious pheasant, shot by Mr. Homan — 9^ x 13! 

(Kent), £8 i8s. 6d. 

47 Herbert, A., 1846, Mount Orgueil, Jersey — rgj X 28^- (Vicars)^ £5 5s. 

48 Hunt, W., Hatfield House— 8^ X 5i (Ralph), £1 iis. 6d. 

49 Kilburne, G. G., Youth and age — 5 X 8 (Sampson), £8 8s. 

50 Lambert, Clem., Silver WUlow — 14 X 2o| (Bremner), £2 12s. 6d. 

51 Leitch, W. L., 1859, Palazzo Reale — 8J X 12^ (Bowden), £4 4s. 

52 Macallum, Hamilton, 1890, In ballast: Plymouth — io|^ X 20^ (Mitchell), 

£7 7s. 

53 Macallum, Hamilton, 1890, Plymouth Harbour — ii^- x 17! (Mitchell), £7 7s. 

54 Macallum, Hamilton, 1895, A mill on the Rhine ; and Rembrandt's MiU, 

a pair — iij X ig (Vicars), £19 8s. 6d. 

55 Macallum, Hamilton, 1893, Ebb water — 10 x aoj (Cross), £2 2S. 

56 Macallum, Hamilton, 1893, Salcombe — 8 x 13! (Lawrence), £ri ris. 

57 MacaUum, Hamilton, 1891, Amalfi ; and Stranded boats, Katwyk (Cross), 

£4 4S. 

58 Macallum, Hamilton, Cape Cornwall ; Beer Common ; and Waves (Cross), 

£3 3S- 

59 McKewan, D. H., Borrowdale — 14 x 21 (Bremner), £1 iis. 6d. 

60 Marks, H. S., R.A., 1884, His favourite author — 21 x 15 (Margetson), £14 14s. 

61 Marks, H. S., R.A., A tawny eagle — 14^ x 8 (Covington), £3 13s. 6d. 

62 Mogford, J., 1866, Whitby — 12 X 2oi (Cox), £9 gs. 

63 Nattress, G., Refectory at Cleve Abbey, Somerset — 12 X 203 (Beattie), £1 los. 

64 PUsbury, Wilmot, 1881, Corner of a farmyard — 11 X 164 (Sampson), £2 2S. 

65 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., 1836, Dover Castle ; and A gateway, chalk, two in one 

frame (Peters), 12s. 

66 Paterson, J., Cottages at Cockington ; and Mouth of the Avon, by Hamilton 

Macallum (Brash), £1 iis. 6d. 

67 Rigby, Cuthbert, 1882, Near Amberley Castle — toj X 17} (Paris), £1 5s. 



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68 Rimington, A. W., Antibes — iij X igj (Reid), £3 3s. 

69 Robins, T. S., 1855, Ehrenbreitstein — 18} X 31 (Bowden), £3 13s. 6d. 

70 Roussoff, A. N., 1890, The bazaar — 10 x 5 (Leggatt), £6 6s. 

71 Syer, J., 1873, Mountain torrent — 20^ X 29 (Frost & Reed), £22 is. 

72 Syer, J., Moorland scene, with peasant woman — 9 X 13! (Brown & PhUlips), 

£4 X4S. 6d. 

73 Tayler, F., Huntsman and hounds ; and Fishing smacks, Scarborough, by B. 

Hayes, R.H.A. (Permain), £4 4s. 

74 Thorne-Waite, R., Hayfield, Gower — iij x rg (Vicars), £18 i8s. 

75 Waller, S. E., 1878, More free than welcome — 7j X loj (Frost & Reed), £8 8s. 

76 Walton, Frank, Breezy day ofi the Lizard, Cornwall — 8 x i7i (SampsoQ), 

£2 2S. 
^^ Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., 1897, Auribeau, Alpes Maritimes — zoj- X 3r|- (Samp- 
son), £13 13s. 

78 Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., 1881, Just in time — 14^ X iqJ (Sampson), £16 i6s. 

79 Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., 1880, The poppy-field — 12 X 2o| (Sampson), 

£9 9S. 

80 Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., 1877, Summer twilight on the Thames — isj- X irj 

(Sampson), £8 8s. 

81 Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., 1875, Supper-time— 9 X 14 (Frost & Reed), £18 r8s. 

82 Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., i88r. First come, first served — gj X 13^ (Sampson), 

£13 13s. 

83 Weedon, A. W., 1894-5, Windmill on the Downs, Lewes ; and Near Leyden, 

a pair — 9J x 13^ (Leggatt), £11 iis. 

84 White, J., 1892, The first bath, Poilsoath— 10 X 13^ (Carey), £2 12s. 6d. 

85 White, J., 1892, A nibble — 10 X 6$ (Paterson), £1 iis. 6d. 

86 White, J., 1896, Washing-day, Branscombe — 13^^ X 2oi (Attneave), £5 15s. 6d. 

87 White, J., 1894, Sheep-washing, Branscombe — i2i- X i7i (Brown cS: Phillips), 

£4 4S. 

88 White, J., 1895, In the hayfield, Branscombe — 13} X 10 (Carey), £1 ris. 6d. 

89 White, J., 1894, Tte fovmtain-head — i2j- X 17^- (Peters), £2 12s. 6d. 

90 White, J., 1886, Watercombe farm — 12^^ X igi (Attneave), £5 15s. 6d. 

91 White, J., 1895, Branscombe vLUage ; and Branscombe Vale (Bremner), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

92 Whittaker, J. W., 1873, On the Llugwy, near Bettws-y-Coed — 13^ X 2oi 

(Bowden), £6 6s. 

93 Whymper, J. W., 1881, Boscastle — 14 X 2o|- (Reid), £2 12s. 6d. 

94 Widgery, F. J., The Exe from Haldon ; and Katwyk, by F. S. Richardsoa, 

1895 (Mrs. Collister), £3 5s. 

95 Wimbush, H. B., 1895, St. David's — 11 X 19 (Carey), £2 12s. 6d. 

90 Wimbush, H. B., 1880, River scene, with cattle ; and Wet day, sketch, by 
W. Eyre Walker (Carey), £2 12s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

97 Aimionier, J., A Sussex lane — 27^- X 41^ (Sampson), £ir lis. 

98 Loulard, Preparing the meal, panel — 7 x 4 (Sampson), £4 14s. 6d. 

99 Bright, H., Watermill ; and Making for port, by T. S. Robins (Sampson), 

£7 7s. 
100 CaUcott, Sir A. W., R.A., Squall off the coast— gf X 16J (Carey), £7 17s. 6d. 
loi Farquharson, D., A.R.A., Summer : Loch Achray — 15 X 23! (Sampson), 

£9 gs. 

102 Farquharson, D., A.R.A., Winter's morning : Loch Achray — 15 X 23^ (Samp- 
son), £10 lOS. 



=62 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

103 Fox, George, 1883, Practice night in the olden time, panel — iij X i5i (Marget- 

son), £10 los. 

104 Frere, Ed., 1863, A peasant woman ; and The pet lamb, by Carl Seirig, panel 

(Carey), £5 5s. 

105 Hardy, F. D., Rest— 11 x 8 (Carey), £3 3s. 

106 Hardy, F. D., Not at home — 3J X 3 (Carey), £3 13s. 6d. 

107 Hardy, Heywood, 1872, The old hack — 13J x 20^ (Ralph), £6 i6s. 6d. 

108 Hardy, Heywood, 1871, Twilight — 12^ X 21J (Carey), £1 15s. 

109 Hardy, Heywood, 1884, The doorway, Great Bindens — 18 X 12J (Attneave), 

£2 2S. 
no Hardy, Heywood, 1882, Cromer Sands — iij X 14 (Sampson), £2 2S. 

111 Hardy, Heywood, 1883, Old garden gate — iij X 18 (Reid), £1 iis. 6d. 

112 Hardy, Heywood, 1883, The General Assembly — 17J X i2i (Sampson), 

£11 IIS. 

113 Hardy, Heywood, 1882-4, Near Cromer ; and Lym Cliffs (Reid), £2 12s. 6d. 

114 Hasenclever, J. P., 1853, Wine-tasters — 12 X 15 (Sohroeder), £9 gs. 

i»5 Hayes, E., R.H.A., 1870, Vessels becalmed off Ryde — 15 J X 23i (Sampson), 
£6 6s. 

116 Holland, J., Venice — 15J X iij (Vicars), £26 5s. 

117 Hook, J. C, R.A., 1861, The sailor's holiday, panel — 5J X 11 (Mitchell), 

£27 6s. 

118 Koekkoek, H., Boats in a calm, panel — 8|- by iij (Vicars), £3 13s. 6d. 

119 Lucy, C, Sunday afternoon at Hampton Court, A.D. 1658 — i2j- X i6f (Kent), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

120 K. M., Man with an owl — 12J X loj (Ralph), £4 4s. 

121 MacaUum, Hamilton, 1894, The flowing tide — 26^ X 47i (Mitchell), £12 is. 6d. 

122 MacaUum, Hamilton, 1883, The Fleet at anchor — 19J X 39i (Vicars), £32 iis. 

123 MacaUum, Hamilton, 1872, Better small fish than none — 23^- X S5i (MitcheU), 

124 MacaUum, Hamilton, 1883, The store pot — 17^ X 29^ (MitcheU), £16 i6s. 

125 MacaUum, Hamilton, 1894, Landing fish, Katwyk — 15J X 27J (Margetson), 

£22 IS. 

126 MacaUum, Hamilton, 1886, Shoal water — 13J X 23i- (Vicars), £15 15s. 

127 MacaUum, Hamilton, 1895, Jannetye van der Down — 12 X 24 (Sampson), 

£5 5S. 

128 MacaUum, Hamilton, 1884-5, In the lee of the pier ; and Hugh Town Harbour, 

a pair — 6J X iij (Margetson), £11 iis. 

129 Marks, H. S., R.A., 1882, The gentle craft — 25i X 17 (Lister), £15 15s. 

130 Marks, H. S., R.A., Twins — 17J X 11 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

131 Menpes, Mortimer, A street corner, Brittany, panel — 3J X 5I (Carey), 

£2 i2s. 6d. 

132 Nash, J., The interior of St. Maclou, Rouen ; and AU things babble of green 

leaves, by Frank Walton (Bremner), £7 17s. 6d. 

133 O'Connor, J. A., River scene: Sunset, panel — i3i X iii (Ralph), £6 16s. 6d. 

134 O'Connor, J. A., Landscape : Sunset ; and Woody road (Sampson), £8 i8s. 6d. 

135 Reid, Flora M., An old soldier's story — 9J x 13J (Mrs. Reid), £9 9s. 

136 Roberts, D., R.A., Part of Falkland Palace, Fifeshire, panel — i5i X llj 

(Falser), £7 17s. 6d. 

137 Vickers, A., Vale of Dedham ; and View near the coast, by J. Rathbone 

(Bremner), £4 14s. 6d. 

138 Walton, Frank, AU on a mom of May— 25^ X 294 (Sampson), £8 8s. 

139 Walton, Frank, Old hay and new hay — 29^ X 19} (Sampson), £5 5s. 

140 Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., 1880, An AprU morning — 23J X 13J (Mitchell), 

£9 xgs. 6d. 



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141 Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., A thaw— gj X 13 (Mitchell), ^5 15s. 6d. 

142 Webb, J., Off Dordrecht— 8 X i5i (MitcheU), £9 19s. 6d. 

143 Wetherbee, G. F., 1884, Sea urchins — 13 x igj (Sampson), £14. 14s. 

144 White, J., 1886, The dovecot — 23J X i4i (Sampson), £ri os. 6d. 

Property of a Gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

145 Foster, Birket, The old watermiU, pencil ; and Styhead Pass, by James Holland 

(Sampson), £8 8s. 

146 Glendening, A., 1903, On the terrace — 28^ x 21J (Sampson), £27 163. 6d. 

147 Greenaway, Kate, WUd flowers — 8 x 4J (Pickering), £g 19s. 6d. 

148 Hayes, Claude, Hayfield ; and Landscape, with cattle (Plaistowe), £2 12s. 6d. 

149 HoUand, J., Moorish palace ; and Shipping, by Birket Foster, 1855 (White), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

150 Price, J., Shepherds resting — 20 J x 29 (Brenner), £6 i6s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

151 Anthony, H. Mark, The old tree — 58 X 72 (White), £23 2s. 

152 Cameron, Douglas, Highland cattle at the edge of a loch — 3oi x 48J (Saunders), 

£6 6s. 

153 Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1864, Dutch fishing craft on the Zuyder Zee — gj x 14} 

(Sampson), £13 2s. 6d. 

154 Fraser, J., The " Meteor " racing in the Solent — 31 J x 474 (Solt), £9 19s. 6d. 

155 Frost, W. E., R.A., Eve— loi X 6J (Sampson), £8 83. 

156 Frost, W. E., R.A., A sea nymph, oval ; and At the spring, by G. Castiglione 

(Bremner), £6 6s. 

157 Hering, G. E., Church of the Madonna del Sasso, Locarno — 42 X 72 (Lister), 

£10 IDS. 

158 Herring, J. F., sen., 1854, Scene in the Highlands, with figures and animals — 

23i X 35J (Levin), £71 8s. 

159 Hudson, R., 1878, " When summer reddens and when autumn beams " — 

39i X 53 (Paris), £5 15s. 6d. 

160 Hunt, C, 1866, Getting ready for the amateur theatricals — 12J- X g^ (Carey), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

161 Mazzotta, F., A dainty morsel — 32 X 22i (Sampson), £15 15s. 

162 MiiUer, C. L., The Pasha's favourite — 45J x 34^ (Lister), £11 iis. 

163 Penstone, J. J., 1837, A debutante ; and An Indian girl, by C. Landelle (Reid), 

^3 3S. 
t64 Roberts, Edwin, The gamblers, or, Too many for Grandpa — 12} X gi (Samp- 
son), £7 7s. 

165 Schoevaerdts, M., Landscape, with peasants, animals and carts, panel— 

II X I5i (Metchkovsky), £3 3s. 

166 Smith, Cnrlt'n A., A fair mu.^il ian, panel — 14J X 11 (Stuart), £6 6s. 

167 Ward, J., R.A.. 1832, Cattle in a landscape, panel — 10 x 13J (Carey), £6 6s. 



64 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

December 9, spii. Christie's. 

Pictures and Drawings, the property of the late M. P. 
W. Boulton, Esq., Tew Park, Enstone, Oxon ; and Pictures 
by Old Masters and Works of the Early English School 
from different sources. 

Property of the late Matthews Piers Watt Boulton, Esq- 

DRAWINGS. 

1 View on the Seine in Paris — 13 X 2o| (Leggatt), £183 15s. 

2 On the Grand Canal, Venice — 18J X 29 (Mitchell), £5 15s. 6d. 

3 A French port — izi X 17 (Leger), £12 12s. 

4 Fielding, C, 1815, Castle on the coast, with fishing boats — 12 X isf (Leger), 

£14 14s. 

5 Rafiaelle, Head of a man ; and Head of a lady, by Parmigiano, charcoal 

(Colnaghi & Obach), £94 los. 

6 Tayler, F., A bull and two cows ; and Market-place, Rouen (Vicars), £2 2S. 

7 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Distant view of Fon thill Abbey — 26J X 39i (Shepherd), 

£168. 

8 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Country mansion— 8 X iij (Ward), £g gs. 

9 Werner, C, 1856, Lion Court, Alhambra ; and Granada (Leggatt), £2 2S. 

10 Werner, C, 1853-5, Old gateway, Venice ; and Interior of a church (Crome), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

11 Francia, Lucretia — 24 X 18 (Bowden), £32 iis. 

12 Loutherbourgh, P. J. de, R.A., The sleeping shepherd, on metal — 10 X 7j 

(A. Wertheimer), £147. 

13 Mola, P., Landscape, with Diana asleep ; Woody landscape, with figures ; 

and Cottages among trees (Richardson), £24 3s. 

14 Rembrandt, The father of Rembrandt, in dark cloak, with gorget and hat, 

panel — 31J X 24J (Shepherd), £220 los. 

Property of a Gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

15 Italian School. Ruins, with figures and animals, a pair — 17 x 22 (Parsons)j 

£13 13s- 

PICTURES. 

16 Cuylenburg, A. van. Cavern scene, with Diana and nymphs, panel — 23J X 32 

(Metchkovsky), £12 12s. 

17 Gelder, A. de. Lady, in white dress, seated, holding a palm branch — 59 X 44 

(Clark), £68 5s. 

18 Heem, De, Fruit and stiU life on a table — 32J X 43i (Halleyn), £65 2S. 

19 Utrecht, A. van, Fruit and vegetables — 39} X 52J (Schroeder), £16 i6s. 

20 Verkolje, Jan, Interior, with a gentleman seated, and other figures — 25 X 31J 

(Wagner), £6 i6s. 6d. 

21 Weenix, J., Sea port, with horseman, figures and boats — 41 X 55 'r (Buttery), 

£27 6s. 

Different Propierties. 

PICTURES. 

22 Hoppiicr, J., R.A., Mrs. WaUey {nee Maria Kenyon,' of Scarborough), in brown 

'dress trimmed with white lace — 49 X 39 (Leger), £54 12s. 

23 Van Dyck, Saint Jerome at his devotions — 66 X 44 (Moore), £4 14s. 6d. 



December 9, igii. 65 



24 Hondecoeter, Peacocks and poultry in a garden — 58 X 65 (Leggatt), £24 3s. 

25 Giorc^no, L., Judgment of Paris — 58 x 64 (Wagner), £1 iis. 6d. 

26 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Miss Edgar, in blue dress — 29! X 24J (Dyer), £32 ns. 

27 Meulen, Van der, General Lambert, in armour — 48^ X 39! (Smith), £37 i6s. 

28 Nain, A. L. and M. le, French peasants selling poultry — 39 X 51 (Fleischner), 

£22 IS. 

29 Haarlem, Cornelius van, A sea god, panel — 28 X 36^ ,(Fleischner), £9 9s. 

30 VHeger, S. de, A squall at sea, with sailing boats, panel — 13^ X 17 (Tooth), 

£19 19s. 

31 David, L., An architect, in blue coat and white vest — 24X 2oi (WiUis), £7 7s. 

32 Greuze, The dead bird — 25J X 2ii (WooUord), £71 8s. 

33 Reynolds, Gentleman, in blue coat and vest edged with gold braid, oval — 

27 X 21^ (Pawsey & Payne), £3 3s. 

34 Italian School. Lady, in brown dress, with fur boa — 34J X 26 J (Fleischner), £5 5s. 

35 Chardin, Travelling musician, with monkey — 35X29J (Fleischner), £1 lis. 6d. 

36 Ingres, Lady, in red velvet dress — 25 X 21 (Metchkovsky), £27 6s. 

37 Bassano, Two Venetian gentleman — 29^ X 35 (Crome), £5 15s. 6d. 

38 Storck, A., Seaport, with boats and figures — 28 x 33* (Van Dureen), £3 3s. 

39 Rembrandt School. St. Lucia, oval, panel — i8i X 13J (Van der Veken), 

£8 8s. 

40 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Elizabeth, wife of John Plampin, Esq., oval — 29^^X24 

(Tooth), £294. 

41 Enghih School. Young gentleman, in red coat edged with fur, and cap, with 

inscription, and figure emblematical of fortune, panel — 24J X 19 (Gooden 
and Fox), £16 i6s. 

42 Goya, Lady, in white dress with pink bow, feather in her hair — 26 X 21 (Metch- 

kovsky), £10 los. 

43 Reitschoof, J. C., Seaports, with shipping and figures, a pair — 30 X 24 (Renton), 

£11 OS. 6d. 

44 Huysiun, J. van. Flowers in a terra-cotta vase, and a bird's nest, panel — 

I9ixi6i (Lindlar), £18 18s. 

45 I-^ickey, T., 1782, Hon. George Livius, member of the Bengal Council, oval — 

10 X 7| (Pawsey & Payne), £27 6s. 

46 Early English School. Young girl, in white dress and large hat, with a dog, 

oval— 23 X 19J (Tooth), £15 15s. 

47 KneUer School. Two young girls, with spaniel and bird — 24 X 29^ (WiUis), 

£19 19s. 

48 Hogarth School. Gentleman, in red coat and embroidered vest — 29 X 24 

(Renton), £10 los. 

49 Hudson School. Gentleman, in blue coat and red vest — 28J x 24!^ (Crabbe), 

£5 5S. 

50 KneUer School. W. Broome, LL.D., in gown with bands — 29 X 24 (Leggatt), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

51 Whocd, I., Lady, in blue dress with white cuffs, and pearl chain ; signed, 

and dated 1744, unframed — 50 X 40 (Vokin), £30 9s. 

52 Cuyp, B., Scourging of Christ, on copper — 14 x 11 (Tupper), £46 4s. 

53 Early English School. Miss Henrietta Fawkener, in pink dress, and blue sash 

— 29i X 24i (Hughes), £23 2S. 

54 Drummond, S., A.R.A., JuUa Betterton, afterwards Mrs. Glover, in yellow 

dress, with blue shawl, oval — 19^ X isj- (Hawes & Son), £31 los. 

55 Romney, G., Lady, in black dress, with white muslin fichu — 28iX24i, £23 2S. 

56 Opie, J., R.A., Mrs. Mary Jane Clark {nee Cottle), wife of C. W. Clark, Esq.— 

29 i X 24 J (Hawes), £44 2s. 



66 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

57 Opie, J., R.A., Charles Wearg Clark, Esq., member of the Court of Common 

Council, 1795-1800 — -zgi X 24^ (Reede), £31 los. 

58 More, Sir A., Dame Alicia D'Ewes, an ancestress of the Ravenscroft famUy, 

with coat-of-arms — 81 x 50 (Dale), £44 2s. 

59 Early English School. Lady, in white dress trimmed with red riband and 

straw hat — 35 x 27 (Hughes), £22 is. 

60 Canaletto, Canal in Venice ; and Canal, with a lock, a pair — 11 J x i7i 

(Buttery), £65 2S. 

61 Longhi, P., A masked ball — 33 X 39i (Buttery), £67 4s. 

62 Wijntrack, D., Interior, with two peasants, utensils and vegetables, panel— 

23 X 32J (Schroeder), £35 14s. 

63 Lundens, G., Interior, with peasants merrymaking, panel — 19J x 22 (Glen), 

£30 9S. 

64 Gainsborough, Miss Diana Wynne, of Garthewin, Denbighshire, in dark dress 

and black veil — 49J x 39J (Doyle), £36 15s. 

65 Gainsborough, Gentleman, in green dress, with white stock and frills, holding, 

a cane — 49J x 39J (A. Wertheimer), £204 15s. 
65 Opie, J., R.A., Peasant girl, in red skirt, holding a bowl and a spoon — 
29J x 24i (Beit), £16 i6s. 

67 Rubens, The tribute money, on copper — 11 X 16 (Dolman), £19 19s. 

58 Canaletto, A., View in Rome, with St. Peter's and the Castle of St. Angelo — 
37i X 584 (Smith), £78 15s. 

69 Fabris, P., View at Naples, with figures ; and Castle on the Italian Coast, with 

figures and animals, a pair — 40 x 5i (Schroeder), £37 i5s. 

70 Dyck, Sir A. van (after), Charles I on horseback — 26 x 22 (Whale), £1 is. 

71 Hoppner, J., R.A., Viscount Frankfort de Montmorency — 29J x 24J (Glass),. 

£73 los. 

72 CapeUe, Van der, River scene, with ships, rowing boats and figures — 15 X 21 

(Amor), £33 I2S. 

73 Jardin, K. du, Landscape, with travelling peasants and animals — 14J x 19. 

(SackviUe Gallery), £14 14s. 

74 n Tintoretto, Venetian gentleman, in red robes — 39 x 32 (Shepherd), £63. 

75 Ravesteyn, J. van. Gentleman, in dark figured dress, with white ruff, holding 

his gloves ; and Lady, in brown dress, with white ruff and cap, holding a 
book, a pair, panel, oval — 31 X 24I (Glossop), £89 5s. 

76 Berchera, Rocky landscape, with cattle, donkey, goats and sheep, panel — 

14 X i6| (Vicars), £17 17s. 

77 Backhuysen, On the coast of Scheveningen, with figures and fishing boats, 

panel — 12} X 17 (Guillet), £21. 

78 Early English School. Lieut.-General Sir Adolphus Oughton, K.B., Com- 

mander-in-Chief in Scotland, 1777 (withdrawn). 

79 Early English School. Lady Oughton, in black dress, with white fichu — 

24J X 19J (withdrawn). 

80 Early English School. Sir Hew Dalr5anple, Bart., in scarlet coat, white vest, 

and stock — 28 J X 24 (withdrawn). 

81 Canaletto, Fete on the Grand Canal, Venice — 26 X 43 (Garland), £33 12s. 

82 L6picie, Interior, with peasant families, a pair, panel— 14 X 17J (Garland), £65 2S 

83 Ruysdael, River scene, with windmill and cattle — i8i x 24! (MeUish), £57 155. 

84 Lancret, Le D6jeuner sur I'herbe— 19J x 244 (Bale), £36 15s. 

85 Goyen, Van, River scene, with buildings, windmill and boats, panel — iSJ X $6- 

(Glen), £37 i6s. 
85 Berchem, N., Lady, in blue dress, with brown cloak, playing a lute — 3ii X 2& 
(Hughes), £21. 



December 9, 1911. 67 



87 Moor, K. de, Lady, in blue and green dress, with white sleeves, oval — 27J X aij 

(Metchkovsky), £19 19s. 

88 Van Dyck, Head of a child — 14I X iij (Renton), £21. 

89 Breughel, J., River scene, with cottages, carts, figures and animals, panel — 

9 X 14 (Arthurton), £21. 

90 Early English School. Lady Pladen Capel, in white dress, blue sash, and 

blue riband in her hair, oval — 29J X 24J (Renton), £37 i6s. 

91 Cuyp, A., White horse and chestnut horse, with peasant and a dog, panel — 

i2i X r4j (Lewis), £12 is. 6d. 

92 Dow, Old woman, with a ham, panel — 11 X SJ (Ward), £15 15s. 

93 Salimbeni, Holy Family, with Saint Elizabeth, Saint John and Zacharias — 

34 X 25 (Schroeder), £11 iis. 

94 Spanish School. Lady playing a guitar — 23J X 18 (Metchkovsky), £10 los. 

95 Mocetto, Girolamo, Holy Family : A town seen beyond, panel — 31 X 42J 

(Shepherd), £27 6s. 

96 Teniers, Boors smoking, panel — i7j- x 13J (Guillett), £2 12s. 6d. 

97 Hogarth School. Lady Cobham, in brown dress and blue scarf, with string 

of pearls — 49 X 39 (Vicars), £35 14s. 

98 Cotes, F., R.A., Lady Louisa Conolly, in green, yellow and grey dress, oval — 

28 X 23 (Renton), £10 los. 

99 Watteau School. Two figures in a landscape — iiJ X 9 J (Renton), £13 13s. 
100 Highmore, J., Gentleman, in brown coat and braided vest, holding hat and 

stick — 49J X 39J (Mawson), £17 17s. 
loi Os, J . van. River scene, with boats, figures and animals ; signed, and dated 
1769 — 23 X 2gJ (Amor), £44 2s. 

102 Teniers, D., Rocky lansdcape, with gipsies and peasants in the foreground — 

39 X 49 (Mellish), £50 8s. 

103 Early Flemish School. Virgin and Child, with Saint Elizabeth, on a terrace, 

panel — 10 x 7 (Pawsey & Payne), £33 12s. 

104 Dutch School. Gentleman, in black dress, with white Unen collar ; and 

Lady, in black dress and hat, with lace ruff, a pair, panel — 36^ X 24J 
(Boyce), £38 17s. 

105 Canaletto, A., View of the Doge's Palace and St. Mark's, Venice, with the 

Fete of the marriage of the Adriatic — 38 x 55 (Schroeder), £63. 

106 Early Italian School. Saint John the Baptist, in red cloak, panel — 26 x 19 

(Sabin), £42. 

107 Velde, A. van de, Christ's agony in the garden — 48J X 59J (Nicholson), £21. 

108 Wilson, R., R.A., River scene, with figures and animals--23 X 29 (Leggatt), £8 8s. 

109 Teniers, D., Judith, on copper — 8i X 5t (Glen), £11 os. 6d. 

iro Hoppner, J., R.A., Gentleman, holding an engraving — 29J x 24J (Guillett), 
£15 15s. 

111 J. S. B., Hen and chickens — 23 x 32i (Vokin), £9 9s. 

112 Marshall, Ben, " Zingari," with trainer and jockey — 39J x 46^ (Fores), £25 4s. 

113 Fabrique, N. la. Shepherd-boy counting money, panel — 25J X 2oi (Parsons), 

£18 i8s. 

114 Teniers, Village merrymaking — 50 X 71 (Wagner), £28 7s. 

115 Lely, Robert, Duke of Albemarle, in armour — 43J X 35 (Malins), £16 i6s. 
1x6 Bossche, B. van den, Peasants playing cards — 26} X 32i (White), £9 9s. 

117 Brussel, P. T. van, 1790, Fruit and dead pheasant — 26^ X 22 (CoUings), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

118 Boel, P., Dead game, with cat and gun — 37 X 47J (Vokin), £17 17s. 

119 Hudson School. Gentleman, in blue coat, and white vest trimmed with gold 

braid— 48i x 38 (Bell), £8 8s. 

120 Baptiste, J., Vase of flowers, on pedestal — 39 x 30J (GuiUet), £18 i8s. 



68 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

121 Bossche, B. van den, An artist in his studio, panel — i6J x isJ (Doubly), 

£515 6s. 

122 Rubens, P. P., Triumph of Cupid, panel — 14J X 18J (Blythe), £15 15s. 

123 Bleeck, R., Lady, in red dress, holding a straw hat ; signed, and datea 1726 — 

35J X 27 (OfEenbach), £40 19s. 

124 Loutherbourgh, P.J. de, R.A., Woody landscape, with peasants driving animals 

to a ford — 34 X 55 (Willis), £23 2s. 

125 Dobson, W., Charles I, in dark dress, with riband of the Garter, oval — 29 X 24 

(Leger), £5 5s. 

126 Abbott, F. L., Admiral Sir Thomas Pasley — 28J x 23J (Weekes), £44 2s. 

127 Seton, J. T., Captain Harrower, in red coat, with tartan plaid, holding a clay- 

more — 29J x 24J (Shepherd), £15 15s. 

128 Velasquez School. Gentleman, in black dress with slashed sleeves, and white 

lawn collar — 40 x 35J (Vicars), £16 los. 

129 French School. Hebe — 40 x 33 (Reid), £11 iis. 

130 Weenix, J. B., Death of the stag — 67J X 94 (Nicholson), £38 17s. 

131 Hondecoeter, Peacock, parrot, and other birds, in a landscape — 55 X 52 

(Vecht), £50 8s. 

132 Italian School. Madonna and ChUd, with Saint John and a monk — 13J x iij 

(Green), £1 iis. 6d. 

133 Zoffany, J., R.A., General Conway, in a battery — 29 X 24 (Cotton), £37 r6s. 

134 Early EngUsh School. William Cowper, the poet, in red cloak and cap — 

29 X 24 (Huggins), £4 14s. 6d. 

135 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Frederick, Prince of Wales, in grey dress, wearing 

the Riband and Star of the Garter — 27i X 22J (Shepherd), £48 6s. 

136 Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., Lady, in white dress, with a riband in her hair, oval — 

29 X 24 (Ren ton), £26 5s. 

137 Brauwer, Woody road scene, with a horse and figures, panel — 30 X 49 

(Majmard), £6 6s. ' 

138 Hamilton, H. D., R.H.A., Lady, in white dress, with white bow, oval — 28 X 23 

(Nicholson), £11 iis. 

139 Hogarth, Lady, in yeUow dress, oval — 29^ X 24^ (Vokin), £10 los. 

140 Gainsborough, Lady, in pink dress, with white muslin cape and pearl necklace — 

29J X 24J (Woolford), £52 los. 

141 Ostade, Interior of a school, panel — 16^ X 23J (SackvUle Gallery), £21. 

142 CUnt, G., A.R.A.-, Miss Foot, actress, in red dress with short sleeves and lace 

head-dress — 28 J X 23 J (Shepherd), £30 gs. 

143 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., Lady, in white dress, with black cape and fur boa — 

29 X 24 (Glen), £48 6s. 

144 Rothwell, R., Portrait of the artist, in red dress and white collar — 29 x 24 

(Turner), £44 2s. 

145 Dow, Interior, with lady at her toUet, panel — 27^ X 27 (Glass), £25 4s. 

146 Hanneman, A., Lady, in white satin dress, with fur boa and pearl omaments 

— 29i X 24J (Vicars), £46 4s. 

147 Zucchero, Gentleman of the Scott family, in black dress with gold braid, panel 

43 X 3ii (Hughes), £18 i8s. 

148 Harlow, G. H., Lady, in black velvet dress with roses — 29 X 24 (Permain), 

£14 14s. 

149 Moucheron, Lake scene, with figures on a road — 33 X 39 (Guillet), £7 7s. 

150 Lely, Sir P., Lady, in blue dress, with brown scarf and pearl necklace — 

57 X 39 (Fores), £18 i8s. 

151 Ibbetson, J. C, Old Greenwich Fair — 26J X 47j,(Bell), £10 los. 

152 Zogany, Admiral Kempenfeldt, in naval uniform, with his son — 40J x 48 

(Guillet), £12 I2S. 



November 7, 1911. 69 



November 7, ipn. Puttick & Simpson. 

ETCHINGS. 

EUGEN'E BeJOT. 

1 Le Pont Neuf, Paris, and L'Abside de Notre Dame (Coonell), £3. 

2 Le Pont Marie, and Le Palais d'Orsay (Yeulett), £2 17s. 6d. 

3 Pont Henri Quatre, and Le Quai de Bethune (Connell), £t,. 

4 La Cite, Paris, and Le Quai d'Anjou (Obach), £3 ids. 

5 Le Tribunal de Commerce, and Le Bassin de Luxembourg (Yeulett), £2 2s. 

6 Le Pont St. Michel ; and St. Paul, St. Louis, Paris (Connell), £2 12s. 6d. 

7 Waterloo Bridge, and Le Pont de Sevres, Bellevue (Parsons), £3 5s. 

8 La Morgue, Pout St. Louis, and Le Quai des Orfevres (Yeulett), £4. res. 

9 Vingt Eaux-Fortes Originales, in portfolio, with preface by Jules Ckretie 

(Yeulett), £1 IDS. ' 

10 Boat builders. Rye, by Alfred Bentley ; and After dinner, by Elizabeth A. 

Armstrong (Parsons), 15s. 

MiNVA BOLIXGBROKE. 

11 Saints and Bishops carved in stone, and Clamorous rooks (Parsons), £1 4s. 
X2 Dans la Cour, and Saint Swithia's (Watkins), £1 17s. 6d. 

13 Abbott Kirton's Gateway, Peterborough, and To the river (Parsons), £1 73. 6d. 

14 Prior's Door, Ely, and In the furrowed land (Box), £r. 

15 Midi, and Seed-time in Picardy (Parsons), 153. 

16 Passage Michu, and After harvest (Parsons), £1 is. 

17 La Priere est faite, St. Remy, Dieppe, and " From out the wave her struc- 

tures rise " (Dunthorne), £1 7s. 66.. 

18 The entrance to the Sacristy, Dieppe, and Le Puits (Parsons), 17s. 6d. 

19 Old houses at Arras, and Corner of the Piazzetta (Watkins), £1 5s. 

20 Pigeons at Rue, and The stable door (Yeulett), 15s. 

21 The rabbit hutch, and Gossip (Thornton), £1 2S. 6d. 

22 The south door, Aumale, and Side chapels, St. Pierre, Caen (Parsons), £r 2S. 6d. 



23 The little brewery, by Frank Brang^vyn, A.R.A.; and On the Dee, Chester, by 

Stephen Parrish (Parsons), £4. 

Fred V. Burridge. 

24 A spring afternoon, and The marsh farm (Dunthorne), £2 17s. 6d. 

25 A march of waters, and Thunder weather (Watkins), £3 5s. 

26 A Venetian alley, and Bideford Bridge (Neumeyer), £1 15s. 

27 Willows in the marsh, and Harlech Castle (Parsons), £1 los. 

28 Dockyard smithy, and MiU in the Wirral (Parsons), £2 2S. 

29 Lancaster, and The little smithy (Watkins), £2 15s. 

30 Traeth Bach ("Little Estuary"), and Wisht weather (Watkins), £3 7s. 6d. 

31 Mountain smithy, and Upland Farm (Parsons), £1 12s. 6d. 



32 Promise of a hot day, by Fred V. Burridge; and The barn. West Mills, Ossett, 

by H. Wilson (Parsons), £i. 

33 The Pilot's Pier, Gravesend, by E. W. Charlton; and Edge of the wood, evening, 

by Bertha Gorst (Obach), £1. 

Hester Frood, 

35 The Rows, Chester, and The Bridge, Monmouth (Parsons), £1 17s. 6d. 

36 The tithe bam, and Catherine Street, Exeter (Parsons), £2 5s. 



70 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

____ ^ . 

Percival Gaskell, R.B.A. 

37 Schloss Neuschwanstein, and Near Lytchett Minster (Parsons), £i los. 

38 Od the Frome, and Twilight in an Alpine Valley, aquatint (Harding), £1 15s. 

39 Poole Harbour, aquatint, and ^\^lere forlorn sunsets flare and fade, mezzotint 

(Yeulett), £3 5S. 

Robert Goff. 

41 Giudecca, Venice, and Riva degU Schiavoni, Venice (Obach), £2. 

42 Pine and olive trees, Monaco, and S. Trinita di Monte, Rome (Yeulett), £1. 

43 Old Chelsea Church, and Westminster (Parsons), £1 12s. 6d. 

44 Norfolk Bridge, Shoreham, and Hotel Metropole, Brighton (Watkins), £2 as. 

45 Rialto, Venice, and Sea-Horse' Fountain, Borghese Gardens, Rome (Brail), 

£1 2S. 6d. 

46 Old houses, Ponte Vecchio, Florence, and Cyprus Avenue, Fiesole (Parsons), £2. 

47 Florence, from Poggio Gherardo, and Middleburg, Holland (Parsons), £1 17s. 6d. 

48 The Ford, Shoreham, and St. Cross, Winchester (Watkins), £2 5s. 

49 The Osier-bed, Itchen Abbas ; and Evening, near Petersfield, Hants, (Parsons) 

£1 I2S. 6d. 

50 Hampshire stream (Hardiag), 17s. 

Oliver Hall. 

51 Middleham Castle — In an orchard, lithograph, and Askrigg Moor (Parsons), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

52 Over hill and dale, and Peat moor (Parsons), £1 7s. 6d. 

53 Lower Duddon Moss, and Evening (Parsons), £2 4s. 

54 Kirkstone Pass, and Duddon Sands (Dunthome), £2. 

55 Hardie, Martin, In the Weald of Kent, and " Hey, ho ! the wind and the 

rain " (Watluns), £1 12s. 6d. 

56 A ruined gateway, Asolo, by Alfred Hartley; and San Lorenzo, Florence, by 

Andrew A. Afileck (Lindsay), £1 los. 

Sir Charles Holroyd. 

57 Man with the sack (Obach), £1 is. 
58 . Nymphs by the sea (Watkins), £3 5s. 

59 Cyprus trees, near Siena, and The Rose and Crown (Obach), £2 7s. 6d. 

60 Portrait of John Stevens, and Portrait of a lady (Obach), £1 17s. 6d. 

61 San Barnab^, Venice, and Puenta de Alcantara, Toledo (Connell), £3 3s. 

62 The flight into Egypt ; The Prodigal Son ; and Sacred music (Parsons), 

£2 i2S. 6d. 

Prof. Alphonse LeGros. 

63 Portrait de Hector Berlioz, and Bord de la Marne (Parsons), £1 17s. 6d. 
63A Le Mouton retrouve, first state, signed (Gutekunst), £4 5s. 

63B Job (Parsons), 12s. 

D. S. Maclaughlan. 

64 The Coppersmith, and La Forge des Carmelites (Parsons), £3 los. 

65 San Luca delle CoUini, and La Chartreuse (Parsons), £1 5s. 

66 La Porte Gayole, Boulogne-Sur-Mer, and Old court, Venice (Lindsay), £2 5s. 

67 Les Cypres, and TivoU (Gutekunst), £2 15s. 

68 Ponte Ticino, Pavia, and La Chiffonni^re (Parsons), £3 7s. 6d. 

69 The little forge, and The clock tower, Venice (Parsons), £4 7s. 6d. 

70 Le Canal du Petit-Saint, Venice (Watkins), £5 5s. 

Mortimer Menpes. 

71 Chinese cook, and Tea house, Shanghai (A. Hall), £1 15s. 

72 Chinese types, and On the Yellow River (Lindsay), 17s, 6d. 

73 Chinese peasant, and River scene (Parsons), 15s. 



November 7, 1911. 71 

74 Workshop in Kioto, and Under the bridge, Japan (Parsons), £1 12s. 6d. 

75 Tranquil water-way, Japan, and Tawny with dusk and sleep, Cashmere 

(MacEvoy), £1 2S. 6d. 

76 Tambourine girl, and The black hat (Lindsay), £1 5s. 

77 Whistler, No. 2, and Whistler, No. 5 (Parsons), £1 12s. 6d. 

78 Whistler, No. 7, and Giant oak (Parsons), £1 los. 



79 Marjorie, by Malcolm Osborne, and La Pointe de la Cite, by Josef Psmkiewicz 

(Neumeyer), 8s. 

80 Potts, Constance M., St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, and Castleton Moor (Parsons), 

£1 2S. 

81 Gravesande, Ch. Storm von, The ferry, Dordrecht-Zwyndrecht, and Voor- 

straatshaven, Dordrecht (Parsons), £3. 

82 Slocombe, Fred, Autumn in the woods (Grundy), 12s. 6d. 

83 Smythe, Lionel P., The field of the cloth of gold ; Boulogne shrimpers ; and 

Phyllis (Lindsay), £1 17s. 6d. 

84 Stewart, Ethel, Bumham in Somerset, and Edge of the pine wood (Obach) 

£1 2S. 6d. 

H. MuLREADY Stone. 

85 Shop window in Rathbone Place, Corner shop in Rathbone Place, and Upper 

Rathbone Place, three in one mount (Watkins), £2 2S. 

86 Fruit shop in Whitfield Street, and Window in Soho, two in one mount 

(Watkins), £1 7s. 6d. 

87 George Passage, Strand, and Charing Cross Bridge (Gutekunst), £1 15s. 

88 Old Canal, Copenhagen, by H. Mulready Stone ; and Grand Canal, Venice 

(par la fenetre), by John Marin (Obach), £2. 

E. M. Synge. 

89 Courtyard, Venice, and From the Zattere, San Giorgio Maggiore (Parsons), 

£2 5S. 

90 Across the Lagoon ; The Redentore and salute from the Lagoon, and Procession 

to the Salute, Venice (Harding), £1 17s. 6d. 

91 Santa Maria della Salute from the Riva, and San Giorgio Maggiore and the 

Salute, Venice (Connell), £2. 

92 Cortina Bridge, and Quai de la Rapee, Paris (Connell), £2. 

93 A Calle, Venice ; Venice from the Campanile of San Giorgio Maggiore, and 

The belfry, Assisi (Neumeyer), £2. 

94 Corte Pasqualigo, Venice, and Gateway, Villa Borghese, Rome (Connell), £1 los. 

95 Old gateway. Villa Borghese, and S. Trinity de Monti, Rome (Connell), £2 15s. 

96 Villa d'Este, Tivoli, and St. Mark's, Venice, The screen (Connell), £3 5s. 

97 Rio Santa Giustina, Venice, and Ca'da Mosta, Venice (Connell), £4 5s. 

98 Vista of Bridges, and Ponte Foscari, Venice (MacEvoy), £4. 

99 Sunset at Etaples, and Quai Poterne, Martigues (Connell), £4 5s. 

100 South Transept, St. Mark's, Venice, and Avila Cathedral (Watkins), £5. 

loi Mule-pump, Toledo, and San Francesco, Assisi (Lindsay), £3 ros. 

102 Gate of Justice, Grenada, and Generaliffe, Grenada (Connell), £4 5s. 

103 In the courtyard of the Mosque, Alliambra, and The Alcazar, Toledo (Connell) 

£3 5s. 

104 Puente de Alcantara, Toledo, and On the Tagus, Spain (Neumeyer), £3. 

105 Street of the Pope's soldiers, Sisteron, by E. M. Syngt ; and The fountain, 

Martigues, by F. Molony (Parsons), £3. 

106 Taylor, Luke, Evening, and Meadows (Parsons), £1 5s., 



72 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

107 Walker, Lawrence, At Charing Cross Bridge ; Street scene ia Soho ; The 

Coliseum, London (at night) ; and Street in Venice (Neumeyer), £2. 

108 Walker, WiUiam, Crail, Scotland, and The Vennel, Greenock (Connell), £2. 

Charles J. Watson. 

109 Penniless Porch, Wells ; Lane's Asylum, Ludlow ; and Langston Mill, Hamp- 

shire (Parsons), £z los. 
no York Cathedral, west front ; Cheyne Walk, Chelsea ; and Tankaand, lithograph 
( -),.£2 2S. 

111 Evening on the Zuyder-Zee, and Dreary weather, sand grain (Neumeyer), 

^I 23. 6d. 

112 Salisbury Cathedral; Monnickendam ; and Mezzo Giorno, Venice (Deighton), 

£2- 

113 WeUs Cathedral; Groothoofdspoort, Dordrecht; and Ravenna (Gutekunst), 

£z I2s. 6d. 

114 Cefalu, Sicily ; Palazzo del Capitanio, Padua ; and Rue Saint Martin, Bayeux 

(Lindsay), £x 15s. 

115 Noord-Dijck, Dordrecht; Het Eiland Marken ; and Piazza Giulio Cesare 

Rimini (Parsons), £z 15s. 

116 The Burg, Haarlem; Blanchisserie, Chartres ; and Rue Chanoinesse, Paris 

(BraU), £-L is. 

117 Old Sarum, dry point, and Via Sabbioni, Ferrara (Parsons), £1 los. 

118 The clock tower, Venice ; St. Pierre, Lisieux ; and Palais de Justice, Beauvaia 

(Lindsay), £2 2S. 

119 La ChapeUe, St. Riquier ; Rue de la Boucherie, Abbeville; and Portail de 

Notre Dame, Neu£chatel-en-Bray (MacEvoy), £2 ids. 

120 Cafes at Abbeville ; Le Chateau de Mesnieres ; and Portail St. Gilles, Caen 

(Watkins), £3 3s. 

121 Portail de S. Wolfram, Abbeville ; Rue de Rambuteau, Paris ; and The steps 

of St. Malo, Valognes (Parsons), £2 15s. 

122 Hotel de ViUe, Arras ; Rue de Mortier d'Or, Dieppe ; and Portail de Notre 

Dame, Neufchatel-en-Bray (Gutekunst), £4. 

123 Jour de March^, St. Riquier ; Venetian fruit shop ; and Ponte del Cavallo, 

Venice (Parsons), £2 15s. 

124 St. Riquier ; La Chapelle du S. Esprit, Rue ; and Notre Dame, St. Lo (Watkins), 

£5 15s. 

125 St. Jacques, Dieppe, and Interior of St. Etienne du Mont, Paris (Lindsay) 

£^ 15s. 
136 San Petronio, Bologna, and S. Trophimus, Aries (Gutekunst), £1 15s. 

W. L. Wyllie, R.A. 

127 Fair wind and ebb tide ; Medway fishermen, barges, and hufHers, and calm ; 

Bawley shrimping barges waiting the turn of the tide (Deighton), £3 los. 

128 Portsmouth Harbour ; Sheerness ; and Edward VI Fort, Portsmouth 

(Daniells), £4 5s. 

129 St. Catherine's Wharf ; Portsmouth fishing boats ; and Limehouse (Watkins), 

£4 lOS. 

130 The Victory, Portsmouth; The Dreadnought; and H.M.S. Indomitable and 

Victory (Deighton), £4 4s. , 

FRAMED ENGRAVINGS. 

131 Patriarchs, by Fred V. Burridge ; Lincoln, by Charles J. Watson; and Ponte 

Vecchio, Florence, by Robert GoS (Miller), £4 5s. 

132 The Pool, London, by W. L. Wyllie, R.A. ; Volendam, Holland, by Charles J. 

Watson ; and The Old Chain Pier, Brighton, by Robert Goff (Obach), £5 los. 



November 7, 1911. 73 



133 The fop ; Rustic courtship ; and the Reprimand, three pen-aad-ink drawings, 

by Chris. Hammond (Parsons), £1 53. 

134 Charing Cross Bridge, by Robert Gofi ; York Minster, and Market Cross, 

Salisbury, by Charles J. Watson (Deighton), £2 los. 

135 Saint Mcirk's, Venice, and St. Jacques, Lisieux, by Charles J. Watson; and 

Cannon Street Station, by Robert Goff (Harding), £2 15s. « 

136 Etude, and Les Dessins de Watteau an Musee du Louvre, by Paul HeBeu 

(Neimieyer), £3 los. 

137 Svunmer storm in the Itchen Valley, and Sunset, Brighton Beach, by Robert 

Goff (Watkins), £4. 

138 Clair de Lime pres Dordrecht, and Embouchure de I'Escaut, by Ch. Storm von 

Gravesande (Parsons), £2. 

139 The ferry, Dordrecht-Zwyudrecht, by Ch. Storm von Gravesande ; St. Etignne 

du Mont, Paris : and Romsey, by Charles J. Watson (Obach), £4. 

140 Holy Family, by Louis Boisson, after MuriUo, vellum remarque proof (BraU), 

I2S. 6d. 

141 La Rise, by FelLx Bracquemond, after Meissonier, vellum proof, signed by the 

artist and engraver (Miller), £r2 12s. 

142 Flora, by E. Gaujean, after Sir E. Burne-Jones, and The Annunciation, by 

F. Jasinski, after Sir E. Burne-Jones, a pair, vellum proofs, signed by 
artist and engraver (Brown & Phillips), £1. 

143 Le Chien an Canard, by Mathey-Doret, after Troyon, vellum remarque proof; 

and Patient, by J . B. Pratt, after Rosa Bonheur, signed by artist and 
engraver (Brail), £1 is. 

144 El Primer Espada, and Partie Inegale, by A. Mongin, after Vibert, signed by 

artist and engraver ; and Les deux amis, by L. Ruet, after Meissonier, 
vellum remarque proof (King), £2 los. 

145 Juan Martinez Montanes, by R. W. Macbeth, R.A., after Velasquez, signed 

proof; and Doge Leonardo Loredano, by Paul Le Rat, after Bellini, veDum 
remarque proof (Parker), £2 2S. 

146 Madonna of the Magnificat, by Jean Vybond, after BotticeUi ; and Princess 

Metternich, by F. LaguiUermie, after Sir Thomas Lawrence, veBum 
remarque proofs (Deighton), £1 17s. 6d. 

147 Diana, by A. Lamotte, after Nattier ; La Duchesse de Chartres as Heb6, by 

Jean Patricot, after Nattier, vellum remarque proofs ; and Cornelius Van 
der Geest, by Luke Taylor, after Van Dyck, signed proof (Tooth), £6 i6s. 6d. 

148 Portrait of WUliam Wareham, by F. Jasinski, after Holbein the younger, 

and Peter Paiil Rubens, by Mathey-Doret, after Rubens, vellum remarque 
proofs (Obach), £2. 

149 Charles I, by Mathey-Doret, after Van Dyck, and Napoleon, 1814, by A. Mignon, 

after Meissonier, vellum remarque proofs (Tooth), £9 9s. 

150 The morning walk, by Mathey-Doret, after Gainsborough, veUum remarque 

proof (Thomas), £3 13s. 6d. 

151 Mrs. HaUett, by Mathey-Doret, after Gainsborough, vellum remarque proof 

(Dunsmore), £3 13s. 6d. 

152 Mrs. Robinson (Perdita), by Mathey-Doret, after Gainsborough, velliun 

remarque proof (Dunsmore), £3 15s. 

153 Philip, Lord Wharton, by JIathey-Doret, after Van Dyck, vellum remarque 

proof (Fox), £6 los. 

154 E ighteen hundred and six, by J ules J acquet, after Meissonier, vellum remarque 

proof (Tooth), £23 2S. 

155 Eighteen hundred and seven, by Jules J acquet, after Meissonier, veUum 

remarque proof (Tooth), £27 6s. 



74 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

November 13 & 14, 191 1. Sotheby's. 

The Property of A. C. Taylor, Esq., Uppingham, etc. 

I KIYOMITSU (ToRii). 

2 Segawa Kikunojo as the Giran Katsuragi ; Hoso-ye ; Beni-ye in three 

colours ; signed (Carson), £i. 

3 Arashi Hinaji as a young lady ; Hoso-ye ; in pink, yellow and grey ; signed 

(Carson), £i 6s. 

4 Hashirakake : Segawa Kikunojo as an Oiran, holding a sword ; signed (Carson), 

£l 2S. 

6 Harunobu (Suzuki), A hot night : A young girl in her night-clothes (Carson), 
14s. 

KORIUSAI (IsoDA). 

8 Takigawa of Tama-5'a on the New Year parade ; fuU, size, upright ; one of the 

series Hinagata Wakana no Hatsumoyo ; signed (Kato), £2 14s. 

9 Michihana of Tsuru-ya on parade ; fuU size, upright ; signed (Blewitt), lis. 

10 Hashirakake : Imitating the challenge of the Taira at the Battle of Yashima ; 

signed (Punnett), £1 63. 

SHUNSHO (Katsucawa). 

11 Bando Hikosaburo in male character ; Hoso-ye ; signed (E. Wilson), i6s. 

12 An actor in female character ; Hoso-ye ; signed (E. Wilson), £1 12s. 

13 Arashi Tokusaburo in male character ; Hoso-ye ; signed (Punnett), 12s. 

15 Horikawa Yo-uchi no zu (view of the night attack at Horikawa) ; full size 
upright ; signed (Soutter), 7s. 

17 Hirakana Sei Suiki : The second scene ; medium size, almost square ; signed 

(E. Wilson), £-1 8s. 

18 Nakamura Tomijruro in female character ; Hoso-ye; signed. — ^Two girls looking 

down a well, signed, and with the " jar " seal (E. Wilson), los. 
SpUNKO (Katsugawa). 

19 Segawa Kikunojo as a Fox woman dancing ; Hoso-ye ; signed (E. Wilsoa), 

20 Iwai Hanshiro in female character ; Hoso-ye ; signed (Blewitt), 15s. 

21 An actor as a young lady puUing up her sleeve ; Hoso-ye ; signed. — ^A group 

of wrestlers ; signed (Higginbottom), i6s. 

22 Shuncho (Katsugawa), A group of ladies in the house of a nobleman ; full size, 

upright ; one sheet of a triptych ; signed, sealed Churin (Stock), i8s. 
SHUNSEN (Kashosai), worked 1729-1829. 

28 Yukun Sumo Awase (A series of beauties and wrestlers) ; triptych ; full size, 

upright ; signed ; dated 1807 (Stock), £1. 

29 Street Scene outside the store, Iwaki-ya, a drapery estabUshment. — Shimot- 

suke (The eleventh month) ; dated 181 1 ; both full size, upright; signed 
(Stock), i8s. 

30 An Oiran on parade in Naka no Cho at the cherry blossom festival. — Kikujiu no 

Kusazuri : Crysanthemum Ufe. The skirt of a coat of mail. Dated 
1806 ; both signed (Leverson), £1 2S. 

31 Awabi shell divers on the Coast of Ise ; signed. — Evening cooling : A young 

man and girl on a seat over a stream ; both full size, oblong (Blewitt), 

£i- 
34 Kiyomine (Torii), Half-length portrait of a tea-house waitress, printed in 
flesh tints on the face, hands, and arms. — Half-length portrait of Hananoto 
under a bough of cherry blossom ; both signed (Kato), £1 2S. 



November 13 and 14, 191 1. 75 

35 Masanobu (Kitao), Festival scene in the kitchen of one of the Yoshiwara 

houses ; oblong, Yoko-ye ; signed (E. Wilson), £1 8s. 

UTAxMARO (KiTAGAWA). 

36 Yama Uba suckling Kintoki ; full size, upright, signed (Bateson), £2. 

37 A woman seated on her heels before her Tobako Bon ; full size, upright ; 

publisher Tsuru-ya ; signed (Blewitt), £1 8s. 

38 Oi of Yebi-ya kneeling ; fuU size, upright ; signed (Stock), £1 8s. 

39 Tanabata, A woman squatting and holding up a stem of bamboo decorated for 

the weavers' festival ; full size, upright (Carson), iSs. 

40 Kourachi reading a letter ; full size, upright, signed (Kato), £1 4s. 

41 Komachi's toilette ; signed Utamaro ; framed (Carson), los. 

42 The fish woman ; fuU size, upright ; signed (Punnett), £1 2s. 

43 Chozan of Choji-ya on parade under an umbrella carried by a manservant, her 

kamuro beside her ; fuU-size, upright ; signed (Carson), i6s. 

44 Shinowara of Tsuta-ya making an obeisance ; fuU size, upright ; signed (Stock), 

f I 4S. 

45 Yosoi of Matsuba-ya on parade ; full sizs, upright ; signed (Farlow), i8s. 

46 A princess going to archery practice ; triptych ; fuU size, upright, without 

backgroimd ; signed ; dated 1S04 (Leverson), £1 los. 

UTAMARO II. 

47 Mutsu Tama-gawa Tsuki mi Sumi : Six Tama rivers (a fancy title for 

beauties) with eyebrows like the moon ; two of the series ; fuU size, 
upright ; signed (Farlow), £1 los. 

48 Narihira viewing Fuji ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Leverson), £1. 

49 Pilgrims to Enoshima ; right-hand sheet of a triptych ; — A child as Sambaso 

dancing on a Sugoroku board ; one of a series Shichi hengi Kodokara 
Asobi (Children's amusements, seven changes) ; dated 1808 ; both full 
size, upright ; signed (Soutter), gs. 

50 Tatsumi Furyu Hana iro tori : Refined birds and flowers of the East (Yedo) in 

colours ; two of the series ; fuU size, upright ; signed (Stock), £1. 

51 Narihira viewing B'uji ; full size, oblong. — Two Niwaka dancers beside an 

insect dealer's stall ; one of a series, Seiro Niwaka Zensei Asobi ; fuU size, 
upright ; both signed (^Mortimer), gs. 

52 Tsukimaro (Kitagawa), Half-length portrait of a woman, with blackened teeth, 

holding a folding mirror and powdering her face ; medium size, upright ; 
signed (Higginbottom), i53. 

53 Hidemaro (Kitagawa), Court lady on the sea beach, attended by her umbrella 

carrier ; fuU size, upright, — Hanaogi of Ogi-ya with her Kamuro, half 
length ; medium size, upright ; both signed (Leverson), 14s. 
YEISHI (Chobvnsai). 

54 Visiting a temple : A young man leading a little boy, followed by a young lady 

and an older woman ; fuU size, upright ; signed (Kato), £1 2S. 

55 River scene : Three women in a covered boat by a bridge ; full size, upright ; 

one sheet of a triptych ; signed (E. Wilson), £1 12s. 

56 Genji Hana no En (A genji flower entertainment) ; right-hand sheet of a 

triptych ; medium size, upright ; signed (Ficke), £1 6s. 

57 The Ide Tama River : A young man walking through the stream, and a woman 

following ; medium size, upright ; signed (Carson), 12s. 
YEISHO (Chokosm). 

58 Kiseigawa of Matsuba-ya : Figure of a woman looking at her two kamuro ; 

fuU size, upright ; one of a series Wakana Hatsumoyo ; title io a red sake 
cup ; signed (Blewitt), £1 2s. 



76 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

YEISUI (ICHIRAKUTEl). 

59 Takigawa of Tama-ya in the New Year Parade ; full size, upright ; signed 

(Glasse), 12s. 

60 Scene from the play Sendai Hagi, Lord Yorikane and the Joro Takao ; full 

size, upright ; signed (Punnett), iSs. 

TOKEI (TsuTSUMi). 
5i The everlasting wrong : Yokihi and the Emperor Genso (Chinese : Yang Kwei 
Fei and the Emperor Ming Hwang) ; narrow oblong print ; signed (Kato), 
£143. 

TOYOHARU (Utagawa). 

62 Ukiye Ikoku Kaiseki Watonai San-Kan no Zu : Perspective picture of a foreign 

country. WatonEii at Sankan (Corea) ; fuU size, oblong ; signed (E. 
Wilson), £2 4s. 

TOYOKUNI (Utagawa). 

63 Tea-house scene, on a balcony overlooking the Sumida river ; full size, upright 

one sheet of a triptych ; signed (Blewitt), los. 

64 Hawking : A lady holding a pipe, and a boy holding a hawk ; full size, up- 

right ; signed (Kato), i8s. 

65 Winter scene : A lady carrying a Hibachi with live coals ; fuU size, upright ; 

with wash background ; signed (Knight), i8s. 

66 Tsukioka of Hiogo-ya, taU figure with pipe seated beside her Tobako-bon ; 

full size, upright ; signed (Blewitt), 14s. 

67 Hanazuma of Kaga-ya on promenade ; full size, upright ; signed (Knight), 

8s. 

68 Otohime and Urashima, the Dragon King's daughter ; and Urashima ; full 

size, upright ; unsigned (Punnett), i8s. 

69 Iwai Hanshiro as a woman carrying a lacquer stand ; full size, upright ; signed 

(Leverson), 6s. 

70 Sawamura Shozan as a woman in a snow scene ; the centre sheet cf a triptych 

fuU size, upright ; signed (F. E. Cox), 15s. 

71 Bando Mitsugoro in seven different characters, male and female ; full size, 

upright ; signed (Punnett), 5s. 

86 Two Kakemono-ye : A woman playing with a cat ; and A woman under an 

umbrella ; both signed (Kato), iis. 

KUNIYOSHI (Utagawa). 

87 The Ide Tamagawa ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Higginbottom), 6s. 

88 Koman with the white banner of the Genji ; diptych ; full size, upright ;■ signed 

(Carson) 155. 

89 Kuninao (Utagawa), Shimpan Asakusa Kinryusan Keisho : A new view of the 

temple Kinryusan at Asakusa ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed 
(Higginbottom), 6s. 

90 Kunimaru and Kunimasa, Tagasode of Daimonji-ya on parade ; signed Kuni- 

maru. — Bust portrait of an actor in male character ; signed Kimimasa 
(Kato), i6s. 

91 Yoshitsuya (Ichiyeisai), Ryogoku O Hanabi no zu : View of the great fireworks 

at Ryogoku Bridge ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Cox), 5s. 
HOKUSAI (Katsushika). 

92 Ukiye Toeizan Naka Do no zu : Perspective picture of the Middle Temple 

at Toeizan ; full size, oblong ; signed (Knight), £1. 

93 Yehon Azuma Asobi : Picture-book of the pleasure spots of the eastern capital ; 

unsigned (Farlow), £1. 

94 Fuji from Ushibori ; full size, oblong ; signed (Soutter), 14s. 

95 Fuji from Kajika-sawa ; full size, oblong ; signed (Goldschmidt), los. 



November 13 and 14, 191 1. yj 

97 Hokujiu (Shotei), Kazusa Ku-ju-ku Ri Jibiki Ami : Drawing in the seines on 
Ninety-nine Ri Beach, Kazusa ; full size, oblong ; signed (Higginbottcm), 
gs. 

YEIZAN (Kikugawa). 
99 Kaiko Yashlnai Gusa : The raising of sDk-worms ; three of the series ; all 
full size, upright ; signed, and dated 1807 (Leverson), £1 2S. 
100 Furyu Ukiyo Sugato : Refined fleeting portraits. — A geisha of Tsuru-ya. — 
A geisha ou the balcony of a house ; all full size, upright ; signed (Gold- 
schmidt), £2. 
loi The ninth month : An Oiran, looldng at a bamboo hanging vase. — A man and 
a woman under a cherry tree. — Two geisha in the barred window of an 
upper story ; all full size, upright ; signed (Blewitt), 12s. 

102 Tosei Shinnai Bijin Awase : A comparison of beautiful women with the dra- 

matic songs of the present day. — An Oiran looking at her robe. — Yashi-o 
of Ogi-ya on parade under cherrj' trees by night ; aU fuU size, upright ; 
signed (Knight), Jfi. los. 

103 Asaju of Daimonji-ya with her two kamuro on parade. — The eighth month, the 

time for admiring the moon ; both signed. — Midorigi of Wakamatsu-ya 
seated before her tobako-bon. — Niwaka characters : two men standing and 
a woman kneeling ; signed (Goldschmidt), 14s. 

104 -\ woman weaving, another winding silk, and three others looking on ; two 

sheets of a triptych ; signed. — A geisha seated on a balcony ; signed 
(Knight), i6s. 

105 Ohara wood sellers, triptych ;. fuU size, upright ; signed (Farlow), 14s. 

106 Street scene outside Iwaki-ya ; triptych ; fuU size, upright ; signed (Cox), 6s. 

107 Mewing Fuji, triptych ; fuU size, upright ; signed (Glasse), 5s. 

loS Seiro no Niwaka Toro Zu : A picture under the Niwaka lantern of the tea- 
houses ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Goldschmidt), 8s. 

109 Two Kakemono-ye : FuU-length figure of a woman reading a letter, and a 
woman arranging her hair ; both signed (Mortimer), Ss. 

lie Two Kakemono-ye : Full-length figure of a woman in a yellow kimono, and an 
Oiran on parade ; both signed (Mortimer), 9s. 

YEISEN (Keisai). 

111 .\ boy Diamyo's procession ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Cox), 9s. 

112 Two prints of women walking beside streams, and a third, of a woman powder- 

ing her face ; fuU size, upright ; all signed (Soutten), iis. 

113 Blue print of a woman by the water's edge, and a woman walking beside a 

stream with wild flowers ; both signed (Soutten), 5s. 

114 Three Kakemono-ye : A woman opening her umbrella in a snow storm ; and 

two others of women out walking ; all signed (Leverson), 13s. 

HIROSHIGE (IcHiRYUSAi). 
Meisho Yedo Hakkei : One hundred celebrated views of Yedo, full size, 
upright ; each signed Hiroshige, and seal dated with various dates between 
1856 and 1858, presumably at the time of being cut in the blocks ; 
publisher, Uwo-ya-Yeikichi. 

115 Nihon Bashi, Yuki hare.— Kasumi-ga-seki.- — Yamashita cho, Hibe ya iio 

Sakurada (Mortimer), 7s. 

133 O Hashi no Yudachi. — Ryogoku Kara Asakusa en Kei. — Asakusagawa, Shubi 

no Matsu, Omma ya Gashi ( — ), £\ 12s. 

134 Komagata Do, Azuma bashi. — Hcri Kiri. — Kameido Tenjin ( — ), £1 6s. 
146 Saruwaka cho, Yoru Shibai (Metzgar), £2 8s. 

152 Fukagawa, Ki-ba.^ — Fukagawa, Susaki, Juman tsubo (Punnett), £1 2S. 



7^ ARl PRICES CURRENT. 

156 Kanda Myogin, Yushima Tenjin Sama. — Oji, Shozoku Eno-ki Omisoka kit- 
sunobi. — Title-page (Metzgar), £1. 



160 Toyonobu (Ishikawa), The bad boy ; Hoso-ye ; in yellow, pink aud green ; 

signed (E. Wilson), £2. 

161 Kiyohiro (Torii), Ichikawa Masuzo as Soga no Juro ; 'Hoso-ye, printed in pink, 

green, and a neutral tiat ; signed (E. Wilson), £2 14s. 

162 Kiyomitsu (Torii), Ichikawa Danjuro as a Kairaishi ; Ho;e-ye, printed in 

pink and green ; signed (Carson), ids. 

KIYONAGA (Torii). 

163 Tsuya Sugata Shi-no-ko-sho : Lustrous likenesses of the four classes of people ; 

two of the set ; both smaE size, upright ; signed (E. Wilson), £1 i6s. 

164 Kintoki throwing beans on New Year's Day ; full size, upright ; signed (Knight), 

;fi8s. 

165 Toj'omasa (Ichikawa), Choyo : a festival on the gth day of the gth, or chrysan- 

themum month ; one of a set Furyu Ju-ni Getsu ; signed (Goldschmidt), 

los. 
i55 Harunobu (Suzuki), Hashirakake : A girl treading out clothes on a rock by a 

stream ; signed (Soutten), £1 los. 
167 Koriusai (Isoda), Karahata of Yamashiro-ya on parade, and a Shinso beside 

her ; small size, almost square ; one of a series Seiro Tokiwa Nishiki ; 

signed (E. Wilson), £1. 

SHUNSHO (Katsugawa). 

169 Shunsho School. Original drawing on siUv, Daikoku playing the tsuzumi and 

Ebisu with a fan (E. Wilson), £3 3s. 

170 Otani Hiroji in male character ; one of the pages of Yehon Butai Ogi : Fans 

of the stage ; with the " jar " seal (E. Wilson), 6s. ^ 
173 Shunyei (Katsugawa), Tanimura Torazo in front of a house ; and another 
Actor, holding his sheathed sword ; two of a set of three ; Hoso-ye ; signed 
(Goldschmidt), 12s. 

176 Shunsen (Kashosai), Pilgrims to Enoshima : Two women and a male porter ; 

full size, pblong ; signed. — Fishing at sunrise ; oblong ; signed (Stock), 
los. 

177 Boshodo (eighteenth century), Original drawing in ink, on paper ; Fukurokujiu 

standing with his tail head drooping backwards, looking upwards ; signed 
Fuyo ho Inshi Boshodo (Goldschmidt), £1 14s. 

179 Utamaro II, A Harugoma dancer ; Hoso-ye ; printed in two shades of pink ; 

signed (Goldschmidt), 9s. 

SHIKO (MOMOKAWA). 

180 Viewing Fuji : A boy Daimyo on horseback, with a lady attendant ; full size 

upright ; signed (Soutten), 7s. 

181 Hashirakake : The good and bad influences ; signed (E. Wilson), £2 4s. 

182 Yeisho (Chokosai), Hashirakake : An Oiran (Stock), iSs. 

183 Yeiri (Rekisentei), Chidori Tamagawa : A poet and his sword-bearer ; medium 

size, upright ; signed (E. Wilson), £1 12s. 

184 Enshi (Angiusai)), Cherry viewing at Uyeno ; full size, upright ; one sheet of a 

triptych ; the signature cut off (Blewitt), 15s. 

185 Kiyomine (Torii), Nakai Jogo : The crying drunkard ; full sbe, upright ; 

one of a set : The three drunkards ; signed (Goldschmidt), i8s. 

TOYOHIRO (Utagawa). 
1S6 Hawking : Two ladies in mascuUne sporting costumes ; full size, upright ; 
the right-hand sheet of a triptych ; signed (Cardew), 15s. 



November 13 and 14, 191 1. 79 

187 Street scene : Two womea and a ^-outh standing behind a cart : full size, 

upright ; one sheet of a triptych ; signed (Higginbottom), 8s. 
TOYOKUNI (Utagawa). 

188 Shibai O Hanjo no 2u : View of the great prosperity' at the theatre ; triptych ; 

full size, upriglrt ; signed (Hutchinson), los. 

189 Hashirakake : A young girl outside the barred window of a tea-house ; signed 

(Goldschmidt), 12s. 

190 Kyogwa En : A comic entertainment ; full size, upright ; s'gned (E. WilscrO, 

14s. 

191 Two fan leaves for split bamboo fans ; both signed (Goldschmidt), 7s. 

192 Two Chiushingura scenes. — Yoshitsune and Benkei ; fuU size, upright ; aH 

signed (Soutten), gs. 

KUNISADA (Utagawa). 

193 Yudachi no Kei : View of a thunderstorm ; triptych ; full size, upright ; 

signed (Metzgar), 15s. 

KUNIYOSHI (Utagawa). 

197 Two fan leaves : Tosei Daruma no Gei tsukushi, The accomplishments of 

Daruma of the present day. — Sono Omokage Teasobi tsukushi : A series 
of toys from the garden of the imagination ; both signed, the last dated 
1854 (Tregaskis), £1 8s. 

198 Two fan leaves : Neko no hyaku menso. One hundred physiognomies of cats ; 

Ryuko men tsukushi : A series of fashionable faces ; both signed (Gold- 
schmidt), lOS. 

204 Yeisen (Keisai), Kitsune Ken : Fox fist ; triptych ; fuU size, upright ; sigried 

(Lapidge), los. 

YEIZAN (KiKUGAWA). 

205 Original drawing in colours, on paper : Daikoku pulling Fukurokujiu along 

by the head ; signed " 77 years old, Yeizan," and sealed (Goldschmidt), 

IIS. 

206 The Kinuta Tamagawa : A woman on a balcony. — Meizan and Karauta of 

Choji-3'a. — Two women. — Umekawa and Chiubei : Two lovers in a lyrical 
dance ; aU signed (Carson), £1 12s. • 

207 Two Kakemono : A woman with a small open hand-lamp ; and a woman out 

walking ; both signed (Kato), 12s. 

HOKUSAI (Katsushika). 

208 Fuji from Ushibori, one of the thirt}--sis views ; full size, oblong ; signed ; 

first edition (Carson), £1 8s. 

209 Fuji from Yoshida, one of the thirty-sLx views ; full size, oblong ; signed ; 

first edition (Carson), £1 12s. 

210 Fuji from near Tsukuda-jima, one of the thirty-six views ; full size, oblong ; 

signed ; first edition (Carson), £1 8s. 

211 Tokaido : Four half-block views, Kawasaki, Odawara, Fujikawa and Nurumi ; 

unsigned ; first edition (Cardew), £1. 
213 Tokaido : Five half -block views, Hamamatsu, Kanagawa, Kusatsu, Tsuchi- 

yama, and Shinagawa ; unsigned ; first edition (E. Wilson), £1 4s. 
213 Hokujiu (Shotei), Toto, O Cha no Mizu fu Kei ! View of the tea-water canal, 

Yedo ; fxdl-size, oblong ; signed. — Susaki : View of the temple of Ben ten ; 

a curious print in European style, with a red checkered border ; unsigned 

(E. Wilson), los. 



Tokaido Go-Ju-San Eki Fu Kei Tsuzuku Yoko Gwa : Drawn across conti- 
nuous views of the fifty-three stations of the Tokaido ; An in- 
complete set of fifty-one views from the first issue of the work in two 



8o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

volumes of folded sheets, with all but one of the plates in the original form 
before alterations were made in the blocks ; full size, oblong ; each signed 
Hiroshige, c. 1834 ; the first four plates, Nihon Bashi, Shinagawa, Kawasaki 
and Kanagawa are missing, and No. 10, Odawara, is in the altered state. 

214 Hodogaya (E. Wilson), £2 6s. 

215 Hodogaya : Another copy in the same state (Stock), i6s. 

216 Totsuka (J. Hutchinson), £2 4s. 

217 Fujisawa (Lapidge), los. 

218 Hiratsuka (Stock), 5s. 

219 Oiso (Carson), £1. 

220 Odawara in Sagami (Lapidge), los. 

221 Hakone (Metzgar), £1 los. 
223 JlishLma in Izu (Cardew), 14s. 

226 Hara (Stock), 14s. 

227 Yoshiwara (Carson), £1 12s. 

228 Kambara (E. Wilson), £3 3s. 

229 Yui (E. Wilson), £3. 

230 Vui : another copy from same blocks, but not so finely printed (Stock), 12s. 

231 Okitsu (Soutten) los. 

232 Ejiri, with a distant view of Mio Beach (Metzgar), £1 2S. 

233 Fuchu (Stock), los. 

234 Mariko (Punnett), 17s. 

235 Okabe (Soutten), 15s. 

239 Nissaka (Carson), los. 

240 Nissaka : another copy, in similar state (Metzgar), los. 
243 Mitsuke (A. D. HaU), £1 is. 

245 Maizaka (Metzgar), £1 los. 

247 Shirasuka (Metzgar), 14s. 

250 Goyu (Cardew), 12s. 

253 Okazaki (Kato), i6s. 

257 Kuwana in Ise (Kato), £1 is. 

258 Yokkaichi (Kato), 15s. 

260 Shono (Kato), £2 12s. 1 

261 Kameyama (Kato), £1 2S. 

262 Kameyama : another copy, lacking the fine grading on the hill sides and the 

rosy sky (Soutten), gs. 
264 Saka-no-shita (Soutten), 9s. 
365 Tsuchi Yama (Kato), £1 4s. 
267 Ishibe (Tregaskis), £1. 

271 Two views of Ryogoku. — The Dai Butsu at Kamakura ; all full size, oblong 

(Cardew), 12s. 

272 Yedo Hakkei : Three views ; all full size, upright ; signed (Mortimer), 9s. 

273 Panel print : Parroquet and grape vine on a yellow ground. — Tokaido : Two 

views from a miniature set. — Ayu : River trout, five in a stream ; full size, 
oblong ; all signed (Tregaskis), 17s. 

274 Tokaido Harimaze zu Kwai : Nine of a set of 15 ; names of the places on each 

sheet (Metzgar), los. 

HARUNOBU (SuzuM). 
283 A girl asleep ; large size, almost square (R. L. Shaw), £5 los. 

UTAMARO (KiTAGAWA). 
Courtezans compared with the si.x great poets ; a series of six fuU-size uprights, with 
wash background and a portrait of one of the poets inset in a circle ; on 
title ; each signed ; publisher, Izumiya Ichibei. 



November 13 and 14, 1911. 8r 

284 Komurasaki of Tama-ya (Higginbottom), £3 7s. 6d. 

285 Hinaaiye of Chioj-ya (Higginbottom), £2 12s. 

286 Yosoi of Matsuba-ya (Higginbottom), £\. 

287 Oi of Yebi-ya (Higginbottom), £3 15s. 

288 Takikawa of Ogi-ya (Higginbottom), £4 12s. 6d. 

289 Hitamoto of Daimonji-ya (Higginbottom), £4 14s. 

290 Choyo no Sekku, the 9th day of the 9th montli ; a lady with a sake kettle ; 

full-size, upright ; one of a set of the five festivals, without a title ; signed 
(Higginbottom), £1 2s. 

291 The Niwaka Festival procession, one sheet of a heptaptych ; full size, upright ; 

signed Utamaro (Soutten), £1. 

292 Shuncho (Katsugawa), The seven sages of the bamboo grove, left-hand sheet 

of a diptych ; full size, upright ; signed, sealed Churin (Higginbottom), £3. 
YEIZAN (KiKUGAWA). 

293 Lighting the way ; fuU size, upright ; signed (Goldschmidt), £1 8s. 

294 A woman, in summer dress ; full size, upright ; signed (Blewitt), gs. 

395 Shimomura no Bosetsu : Evening snow at the Shimomura house ; one of a series 
of eight views of incense shops ; full size, upright ; signed and dated 1806 
(Goldschmidt), 15s. 



82 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

November 17, 191 1. Puttick & Simpson. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

I Fox hunting, by and after Howitt, set of four, in colours (Nathalie), £i 17s. 6d. 
: Fore's hunting sketches, by Harris, after Aiken, in colours, set of six (Mayne), 
£1 5S. 

3 Fore's hunting accomplishments (7), by Harris, after Aiken, in colours (Lindow), 

£j los. 

4 Stag hunting, by Clark, after Aiken, in colours, a pair (Davis), £1. 

6 Fox hunting, by Reeve, after J. D. Wolstenholme, a set of four aquatints in 

coloiirs (Nathalie), £9. 

7 Fox hunting, by and after the same, a set of four in colours, cut (Fores), £5 15s. 
9 Fox hunting, after Wolstenholme, in colours, set of four (Edwards), £1 23. 6d. 

10 Fox hunting, after Aiken, in colours, set of four (Brail), £1 15s. 

11 Fox hunting, after Paul (3), and another, in colours (Nathalie), £2 5s. 

17 The new steam carriage, by PyaU, after Morton, aquatint in colours, slightly 

cut into (RimeU), £2 los. 

18 Fore's coaching incidents, by Harris, after Henderson, set of four in colours 

(Long), £3 17s. 6d. 
62 Liverpool Grand National Steeplechase, by Reeve, after La Porte, set of four 

aquatints in colours (Lauser), £g. 
64 British horse racing, by Reeve, after Pollard, aquatints in colours, set of four 

(Mayne), ^^i 12s. 6d. 
80 Shooting, by Reeve, after Wolstenholme, a set of foui aquatints in colours 
(Long), £2 I2S. 6d. 
109 The water null, by C. Turner, after A. W. CaUcott, mezzotint (Davis), £1 5s. 
116 Les Soins Maternels and Les Delicies Matemelles, by Wille, a fine pair (Reader), 
£3 5S. 

MEZZOTINT PORTRAITS. 

125 Rt. Hon. Wm. Pitt, by J. K. Sherwin, after Gainsborough (Pollard), £i los. 

128 Sir Joshua Reynolds, painted by himself, by Charles Townley (Sutton), iSs. 

130 Lord Camden, by F. Bartolozzi, after Gainsborough, proof (White), 17s. 

141 Molineux, Pugilist, by J. Young, after Douglas Guest, fine impression (Rimell), 

£z- 



142 The Bradby heifer, by W. Ward, after Thos. Weaver (McCaskie), £1 2S. 

143 The Durham bull, by Stadler, after Taylor (McCaskie), £1 2S. 

146 Woman with a coin, by Blackmore, after F. Hals (Reader), £1 12s. 

147 Garrick in the green room, by W. Ward, after Hogarth (Barnard), £j. 
157 New grand entrance to the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, Lime Street, 

Liverpool, by J. Harris, a rare aquatint in cokiu-s (Rimell), £1 2=. 6d. 

164 Claiidc's Liber Veriiatis, by R. Earlom, after Claude Lorraine, mezzotint 
proofs, complete set (Reader), £5 15s. 

186 Margate, with the arrival of the Hoy ; From the Parade ; Ramsgate, with a 
view of the new lighthouse ; In a high gale ; Fishermen going out at 
Worthing ; Brighthelmstone, Fishermen returning, all by I. Hill, after 
de Loutherbourg, aquatints in colours (Pollard), £12. 

202 The gleaner and shepherdess, by Josi, in colours (Brail), £1 is. 

212 Le Module Honn^te, by Moreau, after Baudouin, with A.P.D.R. (Parsons), i8s. 

213 Sportsman's repast, by J. R. Smith, and two others, mezzotints (Pollard), 

£17 6s. 6d. 



November 17, igii. 83 



216 Summer and autumn, by \V. EUis, and Vicar of Wakefield, by WooUett, a 

pair (Venning), £3 12s. 6d. 
254 Grand military steeplechase, and Near Xewmarket, by and after C. Hunt, 

aquatiats in colours, a set of four, plate 4 badly damaged (Sargant), 

£1 17s. 6d. 

Framed. 

262 Mrs. Sheridan as St. CeciUa, by W. Dickinson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds 

mezzotint, fine impression, second state (Maggs), £10 los. 

263 Paris and Helen, by V. Green, mezzotint (Parker), £1 6s. 

264 Master Bradyll, by J. Grozer, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, proof before all 

letters, mezzotint, fine (Ellis & Smith), £50. 

265 Nymph of Immortality, crowning the bu-t of Shakespeare, by F. Bartolozzi 

after Cipriani, a fine impression, in colours, oval, with large margins 
(Pollard), £13 13s. 

266 Resurrection of a pious family, and companion, by F. Bartolozzi, after Rev. 

Peters, a pair of fine impressions, in brown, proofs before all letters ( ), 

£r 17s. 6d. 
C67 The Yacht Dolphin, after Conde, lithograph, in colours (Maggs), £2 2s. 
26S Shakespeare's tomb, by Bartolozzi, after KaufEman, oval in red (Fuller), £1 10s. 

269 Sterne and Maria, by J. Parker, after Northcote, circle in red (Brail), £1 ids. 

270 Auld Robin Gray, after Bunbury, circle in red (Charles), £1 12s. 6d. 

271 Partridge shooting and snipe shooting, by C. Catton, after G. Morland, a pair, 

in colours (F. Sabin), £10 los. 

272 The seamstress, by Cheeseman, after Romney, in colours (Long), £2 los. 

278 Portrait of Lord Nelson, by \V. Barnard, mezzotint (Barnard), £2 2s. 

279 The forge, by R. Earlom, after J. Wright, mezzotint, first state (Charles), 

£3 17s. 6d. 

280 The birth of Shakespeare, by F. Bartolozzi, after Kaufimaa, oval, in colours, 

with large margin (Maggs), £10 los. 

281 Mrs. Hardinge (The fair moralist and her pupO), by Bartolozzi, after Cosway, 

proof in brown (Duren), £4 14s. 6d. 

282 Miss Barker, by Bove, after Cosway, oval, proof in brown (Duren), £2 los. 

283 Lady Heathcote and Countess of Charlemont, both by Agar, after Mee (Duren), 

£2. 

284 HobneUa and Lubberkin, and Bowzebeus and Cicely, after Northcote, a pair 

of circles in brown (Duren), £6 6s. 

285 The fern gatherers, by J. R. Smith, after Morland, mezzotint (Leeder), £1 5s. 

286 La Laitiere, by Demarteau, after J. B. Huet, tinted (Leeder), £1 12s. 6d. 

287 Children subjects (3), after Russell, in colours (Walker), £2 5s. 

288 Scene in Hyde Park, after Wheatley, aquatint, coloured by hand, 6 X 7i 

(Pollard), £2 15s. 

289 Mrs. Park^ms, by C. Wilkin, after Hoppner, in colours (Long), £r 7s. 6d. 

291 Mrs. Jordan, and Mrs. TickeU, by T. G. Appleton, mezzotints, in colours 

(Leeder), £2 5s. 

292 Scene on the main deck, and The midshipman's berth, published by Jenkins, 
'^- a pair of aquatints in colours (Paget), 17s. 6d. 

293 The anglers, and the Milk-maids, by Bartolozzi, after Hamilton, a pair of 

ovals, in colours, cut close (Pollard), £33 12s. 

294 The Earl of Dalkeith, by V. Green, after Sir Joshua Re^molds, mezzotint 

(BraU), I2S. 

295 The Princess of Orange, by Faber, and full-length Portrait of a lady, after 

Reynolds, mezzotints (Long), £2 4s. 

296 Mrs. Charles Long, by S. W. Reynolds, after H. Edridge, mezzotint (Long), £1. 



84 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

298 Clytie, by Bartolozzi, circle, and two others (Brail), £1 14s. 

299 Mrs. Siddons and her son in the " Tragedy of Isabella," by Caldwell, after 

Hamilton, fine impression in black (Harvey), £1 r4S. 
30Q Venus attired by the Graces, and companion, after Kaufiman, ovals, in colours 
(Edwards), £2 2S. 

301 Charles I, by P. de Lode, and the same, by Faber, mezzotint (Leeder), £1 4s. 

302 Charles I and Henrietta Maria, by R. Strange, a pair (Judge), £6. 

303 Pair of French pastoral scenes, after J. B. Huet, in colours (Venning), £2 5s. 

304 George James Cholmondley, by J. Jones, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Yeulett), 

£1 2S. 

305 Edward Lord Thurlow, by F. Bartolozzi, after Reynolds (Yeulett), £1 is. 
309 Scenes in the life of Napoleon, by and after Cruikshank (6), aquatints in colours 

(Heap), £1 i2s. 6d. 
314 The field of Waterloo, by Dubourg, after Clark, aquatint in colours (Le Brua), 

£1 I2S. 

316 Beauty, after Peters, oval (Davis), £1 12s. 

317 The seasons (3), by White, after Hamilton, ovals, in brown (Edwards), 

£1 17s. 6d. 
319 Abelard, and Eloisa, after Gardiner, ovals, in colours, a pair (Abbot), £r. 

323 Archbishop Laud, by J. Watson, after Van Dyck, mezzotint (Breun), £1 7s. 

324 Fox hunting, set of four early woodcuts (EUis & Smith), £7 7s. 

325 Hare hunting, by Godby and Merke, after Howitt, aquatint, in colours (Ellis 

and Smith), £3. 

341 Prince WiUiam Henry as a middy on H.M.S. Prince George, by Bartolozzi 

(McCaskie), £1 43. 

342 The storm, after Loutherbourg, by Stadler, aquatint in colours (Le Bnin), i6s. 

343 Three views of the Steyne, Brighton, by Bruce, in colours (W. Lee), i8s. 

344 Madras, and Bengal Light Cavalry, by J . Harris, after H. Martens, in colours 

(W. Lee), £2 15s. 

345 The north country maUs at the Peacock, IsUngton, in colours (Brail), £3. 
348 Lady Peel, by S. Cousins, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, mezzotint (Carpenter), £2 2S. 
350 Miss Bendetta Ramus, by M. Cormack, after Reynolds, signed proof, mezzotint 

(Leeder), 14s. 

353 Partridge shooting, after S. Wortley, signed proof (Fores), 14s. 

354 Lady Mexborough, by T. G. Appleton, signed proof (Carpenter), £1. 

355 Flora, by H. T. Greenhead, signed proof (Carpenter), £1 7s. 6d. 

357 The last muster, by and after Herkomer, signed proof (A. H. HaU), i6s. 



November 27 and 28, 1911. 85 



November 27 & 28, 191 1. Sotheby's, 

ENGRAVINGS, ETCHINGS, AND DRAWINGS. 

1 William III when Prince of Orange, by A. Blooteling, after Sir P. Lely (W. H. 

White), £5- 

2 The Chevalier D'Eon, by Burke, after Hugiiier (Motherwell), £4. 

3 Richard Brinsley Sheridan, by J. HaU, after Sir J. Reynolds (Maggs), £t iis» 

4 Mark Isambard Brunei, by C. Turner, after J. Northcote, open-letter proof 

(J. H. Parker), £1. 

5 David Garrick, by W. Dickinson, after R. E. Pine (Maggs), £2 2S. 

6 Sir Astley Paston Cooper, by S. Cousins, after Sir T. Lawrence (Maggs), £1 is. 

8 George, Viscount Maiden and Lady Ebzabeth Capel, by C. Turner, after Sir J 

Reynolds, etched-letter proof (Davis), £5 gs. 

9 IzabeUa Czartaryska, by G. TestoUni, after R. Coswaj' (DanieU), £1 12s. 

10 View of Epsom Racecourse with " Sacripant " beating " Tuneful " and 

" Chuckle," aquatint (Spencer), £2 i8s. 

11 The Right Hon. Countess Spencer, by F. Bartolozzi, after Sir J. Reynolds, 

in brown (Ellis & Smith), £5. 

12 Lord Heathfield, by F. Bartolozzi, after A. Poggi, proof before letters, in brown 

(Morrison), £2 12s. 

13 Miss Wallis, by and after F. Bartolozzi (RimeU), £4. 

14 Mrs. Mordaunt, by J. R. Smith, after Sir J. Reynolds (Lauser), £2. 

34 Rustic employment, by Thouvenin, after F. Wheatley, in colours (M. R. 

White), £2 73. 

35 The Fisherman's Return, by J. Barney, after F. Wheatley, in colours (Agnew), 

£953- 

36 Signora Storace, by BetteUni, oval, printed in colours ; and four other small 

fancy subjects, by F. Bartolozzi, two in colours, all cut to the oval (Maggs), 
£11. 

37 Studies of Cupids, by F. Bartolozzi, three in colours, all cut (Jacobsen), £2 8s. 

38 A child sleeping, by F. Bartolozzi, and another, by T. Cheesman, both in 

colours (Maggs), 17s. 

The Property of the late Dr. Watson, Norwich. 

41 Lord Nelson, by E. BuU, after Sir W. Beechey, in colours (Maggs), £85. 

42 Mrs. Cosway, by V. Green, after herself, damaged (Waterson), £2 5s. 

43 Mrs. Parkyns, by C. Wilkin, after J. Hoppner (Waterson), £2 5s. 

44 The farmyard and The ale-house door, by W. Nutter, after H. Singleton, a 

pair, in brown (F. DanieU), £10. 

45 Morland, G., The corn bin, by J. R. Smith (Agnew), £9. 

46 Morland, G., Stable amusement, by W. Ward, and Guinea Pigs, by T. Gaugain 

(Mayne), £4 los. 

47 The celebrated pointer " Sancho," by C. Turner, after B. Marshall, in colours. 

48 The sheltered lamb, by T. Gaugain, after R. Westall, in colours (F. DanieU), 

£10. 

49 The shepherdess, circle, in colours (Sabin), £19 los. 

50 The vestal, by P. W. Tomkins, after Sir J. Reynolds, in colours (Waterson), 

£1 8s. 

51 Mrs. Sheridan as St. Cecilia, by T. Watson, after Sir J. Reynolds, oval, in red 

(RimeU), £2. 

52 Muscipula, by J. Jones, after Sir J. Reynolds (Waterson), £1 2s. 

54 Venus and her doves, by Castel, after Fragonard, printed in colours (Par!;cr), 
£2 2S. 

6 



^6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



56 Scene from The Merry Wives of Windsor, after Harding, circle, in colours 

(Morrison), £1 los. 

57 Jenny and Auld Robin Gray, after H. Bunbury, circle, in colours (Ma3me), 

£5 5s. 

58 The departure of La Fleur frorri MontreuU, by T. Watson, after H. Bunbury, 

circle, in colours (Mayne), £2 8s. 

59 Modem graces, by E. Scot, after H. Bunbury, circle, in colours (Ellis & Smith), 

£32- 

60 Romeo and Juliet in Friar Lawrence's cell, by J. J. Vandenbergh, after H. 

Bunbury, in colours (Davidson), £1 los. 

61 The mouse's petition, by F. Bartolozzi, after H. Bunbury ; and Margaret's 

tomb, by and after the same, open letter proof (Davidson), £2 los. 

62 The beautiful stranger, by T. Ryder, after H. Bunbury, in red ; Oliver Crom- 

well discovering his chaplain on his knees before his daughter, by F. Barto- 
lozzi, after J. B. Cipriani, oval, in brown ; and Portrait of Comtesse de 
Genlis, by F. Lignon, after Mme. Cheradame (Davidson), £1 8s. 
^3 Edward and Eleanora, by F. Bartolozzi, after W. Martin ; The death of Lady 
Jane Grey, by and after the same ; and Queen Catherine's Dream, by the 
same, after FuseU (Davidson), £2. 



64 The mother's hope, by Freeman and Stadler, after A. Buck, in colours (Hop- 

wood), £5 15s. 

65 The judgment of Paris, by W. W. Ryland, after A. Kauffman, circle, in colours 

(Vaughan), £12 10s. 

66 CoUina and Sylvia, by J. Jones, after Sir J. Reynolds, a pair (Smith), £1 los. 

67 Charlotte Corday, by P. M. Alix, oval, in colours (Spencer), £1 2s. 

■68 D6part du Soldat Suisse, and Retour du Soldat Suisse, after S. Freudeberger, 
a pair, in colours (Parsons), £17 5s. 

70 A view of Mounts Bay, Cornwall, by T. Bluck, after J. Tonkin, aquatint, in 

colours (W. DanieU), £2 5s. 

71 Britannia lamenting the death of Lord Nelson, Fame crowning his bust, and 

History recording the event, by J. Young, after J. Hopkins, in colours 
(Rimell), £4. 

72 Drawing. The Fall of Chaudifere, about nine miles from Quebec, in North 

America, by J. Hammond, in water-colours, signed and dated, 1787 
(Spencer), £3 los. 

73 Una and Abra, by T. Burke, after A. Kauffman, a pair, printed in colours, the 

late state with the ovals engraved out to the square (Mayne), £4 los. 

74 Margaret's tomb, by F. Bartolozzi, after H. Bunbury, in colours, damaged 

(Barnard), £1 15s. 

75 The fagot gatherers, in colours, cut (M. R. White), £5 5s. 

76 La Beaute D^sarmant I'Amour, by Mariage and Chaponnier, after Charpentier, 

in colours (Farthing), £1 ids. 

77 Astarte and Zzddg, after H. Hone, oval, in colours (Vaughan), £1 15s. 

78 Lady Diana Beauclerk and her sister, by F. Bartolozzi, after herself, in brown 

(RimeU), £5 5s. 

79 Raeburn, Sir H., Lord Newton, by C. Turner (Agnew), £56. 

80 Une halte, by A. Lalauze, after Meissonier, on India paper (Farthing), £1. 

81 Shooting, by R. R. Reeve, after Wolstenholme, set of four aquatints, in colours 

(Ellis & Smith), £9 15s. 
■82 Lady Betty Dehne and children, by V. Green, after Sir J. Reynolds (Hopwood), 
£12 los. 



November 27 and 28, 191 1. 87 



83 Countess Grey and chDdren, by S. Cousins, after Sir T. Lawrence ; and Portrait 

of a girl with dog, by J. E. Coombs (Hopwood), £2 15s. 

84 Miss Linwood, by P. W. Tomkins, in colours, with two L. s. from Miss Linwood 

(Maggs), £13 los. 

85 Cupids with birds' nests ; Cupids with bowls of fire ; Cupids with flowers ; 

and Cupids with fruit, set of four, in colours (Vaughan), £51. 

86 Morland, G., The sportsman's return, by W. Ward, proof before letters (ElMs 

and Smith), £7 5s. 

87 Morland, G., The farmer's stable, by W. Ward, damaged (Brail), £2 15s. 

88 Morland, G., The farmer's stable, by W. Ward, etched letter proof (F. Daniell), 

£14 15s. 

89 Morland G., The horse dealer, and The com bin, by J. R. Smith, a pair, open- 

letter proofs, the latter damaged (Agnew), £17 los. 

90 Morland, G., The shepherds, by W. Ward (E. Layton), £11 los. 

91 Morland, G., The bam door, by W. Ward (Morison), £6 los. 

92 Morland, G., The warrener, by W. Ward (F. Daniell), £12 5s. 

93 Morland, G., The thatcher, by W. Ward (F. Daniell), £12. 

94 Snipe shooting, and Partridge shooting, by C. Catton, after G. Morland ; and 

Woodcock shooting, and Pheasant shooting, by R. Dodd, after J. Ibbetson, 
set of four coloured aquatints (Hatschard), £15 los. 

95 EUzabeth, Duchess of Rutland, by S. Cousins, after G. Sanders (Brail), £1 los. 

96 Mrs. J. M. Raikes, by T. Nugent, after Sir W. Beechey, in colours, cut and 

mounted (Phillips), £t 2S. 

97 Miss Decamp, by J. Vendramini, after P. Jean, in colours (Phillips), £2 2s. 

98 Cherubim, by F. Bartolozzi, after Rev. W. Peters, in colours (Phillips), £2 15s. 

99 Countess Grey with her children, by S. Cousins, after Sir T. Lawrence ( Jacobsen), 

£4 10s. 

The Property of Mrs. Verity, 27, Lowndes Square, S.W. 

F. Bartolozzi. 
100 Prudence and Beauty, and G«nius and Beauty, after J. B. Cipriani, a pair 

ovals, in red (M. R. White), £2 5s. 
lor Dancing nymph, and Bacchanahan nymph, after A. Kauffman, a pair, ovals, 

in red (Vaughan), £8 5s. 
102 The nymph of immortality, after J. B. Cipriani, oval, in red (Yeulett), £1 12s. 
ro3 Religion, after A. Kauffman, oval, in red (Chaimdy), 15s. 

104 Psyche going to bathe, and Psyche going to dress, after J. B. Cipriani, a pair, 

ovals, in red (F. Daniell), £5. 

105 Maria Cosway, after R. Cosway, in red (Hodgson), £1. 

106 "Comedy," "Autumn," "Serenity," and "Vigilance," after J. B. Cipriani; 

and two others, all small ovals, in red (James), £4 ros. 

107 Sappho listening to the insinuation of love, after J. B. Cipriani, small circle in 

red ; The judgment of Paris, after the same, small oval, in brown ; and 
two others, reprints (James), £4 4s. 



108 Burke, T., A flower painted by Varelst, after A. Kauffman, circle, in red 

(F. Daniell), £7 los. 

109 Godby, Fortitude, after David, in colours (M. R. White), 15s. 

no Hoppner, J. (after), Evelina, by J. Baldry ; and Dancing, by T. Gaugain, after 
BenweU, small circle, in red (Sotheran), £2 los. 

A. Kauffman (after). 
Ill Cupid's pastime, by G. S. and J. G. Facius, oval, in red (F. Daoiell), £5 5s. 



88 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

ri2 Theseus finding his father's sword and sandals ; and The death of Procris, both 
circles, in red (Mayne), £5 5s. 

113 Beauty governed by reason, rewarded by Merit, by J . M. Delattre, circle, in red 

(F. DanieU), £4 los. 

114 Aglaia bound by Cupid, circle, in red, open-letter proof (Vaughan), £6 5s. 

115 Nymphs decorating the bust of Hjinen, by W. W. Ryland ; and Posthumio and 

Ispala, by J. M. Delattre, both circles, in red (Barnard), £3 3s. 

116 Lady Elizabeth Grey imploring of Edward IV the restitution of her deceased 

husband's lands, by \\". V\'. Ryland ; and Eleanor sucking the venom 
out of the arm of Edward I, by the same, both in red (Marsham), £1 ids. 

117 Knight, C, Narcissa and Miss WiUiams find ye Miniature Picture, and Roderick 

Random discovers himself to Narcissa, after Ann Trewingard, a pair, 
in colours (Rimell), £2 15s. 

118 PhiUips, G. H., Landscape with classical figures, after T. Martin, proof before 

letters (Marsham), i6s. 

Sir J. Reynolds (after). 
irg AngeUca KaufEman, by F. Bartolozzi, oval, in red (F. DanieU), £3 12s. 
130 AngeUca Kauiiman, by E. Morace (A. Davis), £1 15s. 
I2X The Countess of Hertford, by W. Nutter, late impression ; and Mrs. Robinson, 

by W. Birch (Yeulett), £1 6s. 
132 Reflections on Clarissa Harlow, by G. Scorodomoff, oval, in red (F. DanieU), 

lOS. 

123 Smith, J. R., Wood nymph, and Shepherdess, after S. Woodford, a pair ovals- 

(Agnew), £4 4s. 

124 Stanier, R., Lucy (Mrs. Wheatley), after F. Wheatley, oval, in brown (R. M.. 

White), £3. 

125 Strutt, J., The power of innocence, after T. Stothard, proof before letters, oval 

(Vaughan), £1 i8s. 

126 Strutt, J., Caroline and Lindorf, and Caroline and Walstein, by J. Ogborne, 

after T. Stothard, a pair, proofs before letters, in brown (Vaughan), £6. 

127 Tomkins, P. W. (after). He sleeps, the French copy, in red and brown (Sotheran), 

£2 2S. 

128 Tourcaty, Sacrifice a I'Amitie, after Dardel, m colours, and Sacrifice a 1' Amour, 

after the same, in brown, a pair, ovals (Marsham), 15s. 

129 Ward, W., Louisa, by and after W. Ward (F. DanieU), £8 los. 

130 White, C, Le Moment de la Reflexion, after Countess, oval, in brown (Farthing), 

£i8s. 

French School. 

131 Moreau-Ie-jeune, J. M., La Petite Loge, by Patas (James), £2 los. 

132 Moreau-le-jeune, J. M., La Partie de Wisch, by J. Dambrun (F. DanieU), £3 5s. 

133 Moreau-le-jeune, J. M., Le Souper Fin, by Hehnan (F. DanieU), £4. 

134 Moreau-le-jeune, J. M., Les Adieux, by De Launay (F. DanieU), £3 7s. 

135 Lavreince, N., Les Offres Seduisantes, by J. L. DeUgnon (F. DanieU), £5 7s. 

136 Boucher, F., L' Amour Frivole, by Beauvarlet, late impression ; Le Conteur, 

by C. N. Cochin, after Watteau ; La Bascule, by Beauvarlet, after Frago- 
nard ; and another (Parsons), £1 14s. 



137 The China Fleet, commanded by Sir Nathaniel Dance, beating off the French 
squadron commanded by Admiral Linois, by J. Clarke and H. Merke^ 
after Butterworth ; and The St. Fiorenzo, having recaptured the Thetis, 
tacking to engage the French frigate La Psyche, by J. Hamble, after J. 
Clarke, aquatints, in colours (Young), £8 5s. 



November 27 and 28, 1911. 89 

138 View in Hudson's River of Pakepsey and the Catts Kill Mountains, by and af tel 

P. Sandby (Hopkinson), i8s. 

139 First of September, plates I and III, by R. Reeve, after D. Wolstenholme, 

coloured aquatints (Spencer), £2 2S. 

140 Elizabeth, Queen of Edward IV, parting with her son, by Bettelini, after 

J. F. Rigaud, oval, in brown; and General Lafayette in prison, by R. 
Pollard, after T. Stothard (Morrison), £1. 

141 A cottage girl, by W. Ward, after M. A. Shee, coloured ; and The death of 

Sapphira, by H. GiUbank, after J. Opie (Anderson), los. 

142 Hogarth, W., Marriage-a-la-Mode, by R. Earlom, set of sLx, fine impressions, 

with fuU margins (F. DanieU), £18 los. 

144 Debucourt, P. L., Le Minuet de la Mariee, and La Noce au Chateau, by and 

after P. L. Deboucourt, a pair, in colours (Sabin), £12 5s. 

145 The birth of the heir, and The christening of the heir, by W. Ward, after W. R. 

Bigg, a pair, in colours, on strainers (Maggs), £12. 

146 Selling rabbits, by W. Ward, after J. Ward (Young), £14. 

147 Cottagers, by the same, after the same, in colours (Mayne), £7. 

148 David Garrick, by Valentine Green, after Gainsborough (Chaundy), £1 los. 

149 To the Society of Goffers at Blackheath, Portrait of William Innes by the 

same, after L. F. Abbott (BraU), £2 2S. 

150 Lady Elizabeth Keppel, by E. Fisher, after Sir J. Reynolds (Parsons), £3 los. 

151 Mary, Duchess of Ancaster, by J. Dixon, after the same ; John Jeffrys, Earl 

Camden, by W. Ward, after J. Hoppner (BraU), £1 los. 

152 Lady Beaumont, by J. R. Smith, after Sir J. Reynolds (Dickson), £3 5s. 

153 The innocent : Portrait of Miss Searle, by G. Dawe, after the same, in colours, 

inscription space clipped (Brail), £r los. 

154 Miss Mellon as " Mrs. Page," by W. Say, after J.J. Masquerier, open-letter 

proof (Rimell), £3 73. 6d. 

155 Miss Charlotte Spencer, by V. Green, after H. D. Hamilton, proof with etched 

letters; The little traveller, by J. Jones, after H. Singleton (Sotheran), 
£2 5S. 

156 Lady Charlotte FitzWilliam, by J. McArdeU, after Sir J. Reynolds (Jacobsen), 

£2 IDS. 

157 Mrs. Hartley, by G. Marchi, after Sir J. Re^niolds, inscription space not quite 

desired (Parker), £1 15s. 

158 Ariadne, by W. Doughty, after Sir J. Reynolds ; Rubens' wife, by R. Earlom, 

after Rubens, proof before letters (James), £3 los. 

159 A Dutch interior, by S. Paul, after Jan Steen, proof before letters, inscription 

space not quite cleared ; The female correspondent ; and The musical lady, 
by J. Watson, after G. Metzu (F. Daniell), £10 15s. 

160 Rachel, Countess of Southampton, by J. McArdeU, after Van Dyck (Rimell), 

£7. 

161 Court of equity, Bell-Savage, Ludgate Hill, by R. Laurie, after Robert Dighton, 

fine impression, rare ; Miss Rose as " Tom Thumb," by E. Fisher, after 
J. Berridge, no margins (F. Daniell), £3 7s. 

162 The Countess of Derby (Miss Farren), by F. Bartolozzi, after Sir T. Lawrence 

(Dickson), £4 los. 

163 Much ado about nothing, by P. Simon, after W. Peters (Reader), £2 5s. 

164 Temptation, by W. Humphrey, after G. Morland, coloured ; Countess Harcourt, 

by S. W. Reynolds, after Sir J. Reynolds, proof (Parker), £5 los. 

165 Susan's farewell, by J . R. Smith, after Bunbury ; The music lesson, proof before 

letters, after the same (Mayne), £2 7s. 6d. 



go ART PRICES CURRENT. 

1 65 Carlton House Gardens, by W. Dickinson, after the same, open-letter proof,. 
(Hatchard), £q 15s. 

167 Fishermen and smugglers, by J. R. Smith, after G. Morland, a pair, in colours 

(Agnew), £25 los. 

168 Saturday evening, by W. Nutter, after W. R. Bigg, in colours (Agnew), £12 los. 

169 The benevolent cardinal, by W. Ward, after R. WestaU, in colours ; A Dutch 

School, by the same, after Jan Steen (Reader), £1 3s. 

170 Children playing at soldiers, by G. Keating, after G. Morland, coloured (Mayne), 

£4. 

171 George Prince of Wales, by L. SaUlar, after R. Cosway ; Caroline Princess of 

Wales, and the Princess Charlotte, by F. Bartolozzi, after the same, a pair 
(Anderson), 15s. 

172 The soldier's pledge ; and The sailor's farewell, a pair, after Wheatley, in 

colours (Ellis & Smith), £12. 

173 Miss Sneyd as Serena, by J. R. Smith, after Romney, in brcvvn, proof before 

all letters (Bagguley), £5. 

174 Mrs. Darner, by L. Schiavonetti, after R. Cosway, in colours (Jacobsen), 

£3 7s. 

175 Mrs. Parkyns, by C. WiUdn, after J. Hoppner, proof before letters (Maggs), 

£4 los. 

176 The young fortune teller, by J. Jones, after Sir J. Reynolds, in brown (Helbing), 

£2 15s. 

177 Francis Bartolozzi, by R. Marcuard, after the same ; Mrs. Crewe, by T. Walson, 

after D. Gardner ; The Kentish girl, by W. N. Gardiner, after S. Harding, 
and two others (Helbing), £1 i8s. 

178 Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter, set of four, by F. Bartolozzi, after 

Wheatley and WestaU (Spencer), £5 15s. 

179 Louisa, in colours ; St. Cecilia, by F. Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, in red ; and 

Portrait of a lady, proof before aU letters, in colours (Chaundy), £1 14s. 

180 Lady Heathcote ; and Mrs. Duff, by J. Agar, after Ann Mee ; and First steps, 

by C. Townley, after Cruikshank (Spencer), los. 
i8r The Grecian daughter ; and Mildness, a pair, by G. Vendranaini, after F. 
Bartolozzi, in colours (BraU), £2. 

182 Princess Amelia, by F. Bartolozzi, after W. Lawrence ; and another, proof 

before aU letters, by Bartolozzi (F. DanieU), £4. 

183 The Hon. IVIiss Bingham, by F. Bartolozzi, after Sir J. Reynolds, in brown 

(F. DanieU), £18. 

184 Lady EUzabeth Foster, by F. Bartolozzi, after Sir J. Reynolds (Lauser), 

£5 los. 

185 Mrs. Jackson, by J. Conde, after Cosway (Helbing), £1 15s. 

186 Wood nymph and Shepherdess, a pair, by J . R. Smith, after S. Woodford, in 

colours (Agnew), £6. 

187 Fire, printed in colours ; Bufiet the bear, by F. Bartolozzi, after W. Hamilton, 

and another (James), £2 los. 
i88 Mrs. Swinburne, by M. Bovi, after R. Cosway, proof before letters ; Duchess 
of York, by T. Burke, after H. Hone (Spencer), £2 15s. 

189 Mrs. Hartley, engraved by J. K. Sherwin ; Colonel Arabin, by T. Burke, after 

Downman (Anderson), £1 los. 

190 Love and honour, by F. Bartolozzi, after Bunbury, in colours (Agnew), £5. 

191 Cupid sleeping, by W. Nutter, after R. WestaU, in colours ; Gualtherus and 

Griselda, by F. Bartolozzi, after A. Kauffman, in colours (BraU), £3 los. 

192 Comedy (Mrs. Jordan), by F. Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, in colours (James), 

£1 I2S. 



November 27 and 28, 191 1. 91 

193 Life of a racehorse, set of four, aquatinted by F. Jukes, after C. Ansell, three 

of the set, coloured (Spencer), £2 2s. 

194 An offering to Ceres, Minerva visiting the muses, The judgment of Midas, and 

The education of Bacchus, a set of four, oblong panels, after W. Hamilton 
(Davis), £1. 

195 Cottagers in winter, by T. WiUiamson, after G. Morland, in colours (EUis and 

Smith), £3- 

196 The misers, by R. Earlom, after Quintin Matsys, proof before letters (Sotheran), 

£2 2S. 

197 Erminia, by J. K. Sherwin, after A. Kauffman, in red ; and CecOia, a pair, in 

brown (Mayne), £2 12s. 

198 The mad bull, and The donkey race, coloured aquatints, by R. Dodd, after G. 

Morland, a pair (Reader), £1 8s. 

199 Angelica KauSman, by F. Bartolozzi. after Sir J. Reynolds ; two others, after 

Kauffman, in red ; and another (Spencer), £3 12s. 

200 Cherry girl, in colours ; The flower girl ; and Portrait of a young girl, face 

tinted (Spencer), £4 7s. 

201 The laughing girl, by J. F. Bause, after Sir J. Reynolds, proof before letters 

(Davis), i8s. 

202 The power of justice, and The triimiph of benevolence, by J. Dean, after G. 

Morland, a pair, in colours (Hopkinson), £12. 

203 Frederick III, King of Prussia, by R. Houston, after Pesne ; Colonel Towns- 

hend, by J. McArdeU, after T. Hudson ; and a picture on porcelain, by 
R. ReseweUer, after Rembrandt (Morrison), £2 15s. 

204 Mrs. Abington as " Roxalana " in " The Sultan," stipple, by J. K. Sherwin, 

after Sir J . Reynolds, proof before all letters (F". DanieU), £1 15s. 
206 Wheatley, F., The cries of London (13), by T. G. Appleton, a set of thirteen 
mezzotints, signed engraver's proofs on India paper, published by H. 
Graves & Co., 1907 (Charing), £1 los. 

208 Reynolds, Sir J ., Mrs. Hoare and child, mezzotint, printed in colours, by Leopold 

Groetze, signed proof on India paper, published by H. Graves & Co., 1906 
(Reader), los. 

209 Hoppner, J., The daughters of Sir Thomas Frankland, stipple, by E. Stodart,^ 

printed in colours, signed proof on India paper, published by H. Graves 
and Co., 1905 (Rimell), £1 15s. 



211 Samuel Richardson, by J. McArdeU, after J. Highmore, proof before verses 

(DanieU), £15 los. 

212 William Congreve, by J. Faber, after Sir G. KneUer (Morrison), £1 3s. 

213 Martin FoU^es, by J. McArdeU, after T. Hudson (RimeU), £1. 

214 Sir Richard Steele, by J. Faber, after Sir G. KneUer (F. DanieU), £1 los. 

215 George, Landgrave of Hesse, by J. Smith, after T. Murray (EUis), £1 los. 

216 Richard Cumberland, Bishop of Peterborough, by J. Smith, after T. Murray ; 

and John Percival, by the same, after Sir G. KneUer (F. DanieU), £1. 

217 Lord Viscoimt BoUngbroke, by G. WTiite, after T. Murray (F. DanieU), £2 5s. 

218 Benjamin StiUingfleet, by V. Green, after J. Zoffany, proof before letters; 

Baron Dinisdale, by Burke ; and Sir T. Mayeme, by J. Simon, after P. P. 
Rubens (EUis), £2. 

219 Sir Robert Walpole, by J. Faber, after Sir G. KneUer; and Earl of Halifax 

and WiLUam Talbot, both by and after the same (H. Hyam), £1 12s. 

220 Baron De Ginlde, by R. WUUams, after HiU ; WiUiam Lord Harrington, by 

J. Faber, after J. Fayram ; and another (Breun), £1 los. 



92 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

222 Countess of Rochford, by J. Smith, after D'Agar; Catherine, Queen of Charles 

II, by R. Dunkarton, cut ; and another (Hopkinson), £i 3s. 
224 Sir P. Lely, by A. de Jode, after himself (Morrison), 14s. 

226 Henry Frederick Prince of Orange, three-quarter length, in armour (Quaritch), 

i7. 

227 Louis Due de Bourgoyne, by G. Edelinck, after de Troye (Quaritch), ^2 15s. 

228 Cardinal Barberin, by R. Nanteuil (Rimell), £2 5s. 

229 Louis XIV, by F. Poilly, after P. Mignard (Quaritch), £7 5s. 

230 Queen Christina of Sweden, large oval (Quaritch), £7 5s. 

231 Charles XII of Sweden, by R. White ; and Queen Christina of Sweden, by J. 

Falck, after D. Beck (Quaritch), £4. 



233 Wheatley, F., The cries of London (13), by T. G. Appleton, signed proofs on 

India paper, the complete set printed in colours (Morrison), £9. 

234 Whistler, J. A. McN., The forge, and The smithy, lithographs ; and portrait 

of the artist, an etching, by J. A. McN. Whistler (Hopwood), £1 gs. 

MODERN ETCHINGS. 

D. Y. Cameron. 

235 Beaufort's Tower St. Cross ; and The Deanery, Winchester ( — ). los. 

236 The Lea near Ware ; and The Lea above Ware ( — ), los. 

237 The test ; and The Itchen, near Winchester (Hopkinson), gs. 

238 Little devil of Florence (Connell), £7 los. 

239 Norman village ; Perth Bridge ; and Arran (Morrison), £1 3s. 

240 The Turkish fort, signed, fine impression (Morrison), £10 15s. 

241 Charterhouse, the Chapel and Cloisters ; The Towers of Charterhouse ; The 

chapel and founder's tomb ; and Charterhouse Schools (Hopwood), 18s. 

242 Dovedale ; The windings of the Wye, near Bakewell ; and On the Wye at 

Haddon (Neumayer), i6s. 

243 On the Bradford ; Norman village ; and Perth Bridge (Hopwood), £1 4s. 

244 A seapiece, signed D. Y. C. (Connell), £13. 

245 Paisley Abbey interior, signed (Colnaghi & Obach), £2 6s. 

246 A Turkish fort, signed (Connell), £10 los. 

247 The Mttle devil of Florence, signed (Connell), £8 5s. 

248 Dark Angers, photogravure, after D. Y. Cameron, in colours, signed (Hopwood), 

249 Whitby, photogravure, after D. Y. Cameron, in colours, signed (Hopwood), £1. 

250 The Bridge of Sighs, by Frank Brangwyn, artist's proof, signed (Fine Art 

Society), £39. 



251 DUrer, A, The Passion of Our Lord (B. 3 to 18), a complete set of sixteen 

(Quaritch), £35. 

DRAWINGS. 

252 Whistler, J. A. McN., An original drawing in chalk of three female figures 

(-), £18. 
265 Berghem, N., Rocky landscape with trees, man driving cattle, in black crayon 
and wash (Colnaghi & Obach), £10 5s. 

267 Girtin, T., The North Gate, Chester, in water-colours (Hodgson), £3 los. 

268 Prout, J. S., St. Michael's Mount, in sepia (Ellis), £2 4s. 

269 Fripp, G. A., Mountainous scene with lake and cattle on foreshore, in sepia 

(Hodgson), £1. 

270 MiiUer, W., A cottage in a landscape, in pencil, signed ; and three others, 

Sketches of Swiss mountain scenery, one in water-colours. 



November 30, 1911. 93 



November 30, 191 1. Puttick & Simpson. 

MODERN ETCHINGS AND ENGRAVINGS. 
W. Dendy Sadler (After). 

77 A little Mortgage, by James Dobie, signed remarque arti5t's proof (Woodhouse), 

£3 los. 

78 The popular member, by James Dobie, signed remarque artist's proof 

(Landeker), £2 15s. 

79 Same to you dear, by W. H. Boucher, signed remarque artist's proof (Lefevre), 

a. 

80 The squire, by C. H. Boucher, signed remarque artist's proof (Grundy), £3. 

81 Ditto (2 copies) (Grundy), £5 los. 

82 When we were boys together, by James Dobie, signed remarque artist's proof 

(Landeker), £2 5s. 

83 When the heart was young, by James Dobie, signed remarque artist's proof 

(Lefevre), £3. 

84 Ditto (Lefevre), £3 los. 

85 WTiig and Tory, by C. H. Boucher, signed remarque artist's proof (Landeker), 

£1 i2s. 6d. 

86 Ditto (2 copies), (Landeker), £3. 

87 The hunting morn, by H. Macbeth Raeburn, signed remarque artist's proof 

(Couch), £2 2s. 

88 Another copy (Lefevre), £1 17s. 6d. 

89 Thursday, by W. Boucher, signed remarque proof (Woodhouse), £2 los. 

90 Ditto (2 copies), (Lefevre), £4. 

91 Ditto (i copy) (Couch), £2 4s. 

92 After dinner rest awhile, by James Dobie, signed remarque artist's proof 

(Lefevre), £5 5s. 

93 Ditto (2 copies) (Lefevre), £11. 

94 The butler, by C. H. Boucher, signed remarque artist's proof (Woodhouse), 

£1 i6s. 
05 The landlord, by C. H. Boucher, signed remarque artist's proof (Woodhouse), 
£1 15s. 

96 Country clients, by James Dobie, signed remarque artist's proof (Landeker), 

£2 123. 6d. 

97 Habet, by L. MuUer, signed remarque artist's proof (Lefe\Te), £1 los. 

98 Ditto (Couch), £1 i2s. 6d. 

99 Ditto (Wolff), £1 los. 

100 Ditto (2 copies) (Dennis), £2 7s. 6d. 

loi Time-honoured guest, by James Dobie, signed remarque artist's proof (Couch), 
£2 7s. 6d. 

102 Another copy (Lefevre), £2 2S. 

103 The sldpper's birthday, by L. MuUer, signed remarque artist's proof (Landeker), 

£1 17s. 6d. 

104 Another copy (Couch), £1 17s. 6d. 

105 A doubtful bottle, by James Dobie, signed remarque artist's proof (Lefevre), 

£4 10s. 

106 As years roll, by W. H. Boucher, signed remarque artist's proof (Couch), £1 15s. 

107 Ditto (Landeker), £1 17s. 6d. 

108 Home, Sweet Home, by W. H. Boucher, signed remarque artist's proof (Lefevre) 

£3 15s. 



94 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

109 The lawyer, by C. H. Boucher, signed remarque artist's proof (2 copies) 
(Grundy), {,6. 



no The quartett, by Lowenstam, after Bruck Lagos, signed remarque proof 
(2 copies) (WoodhoHse), 12s. 

111 Dedication to Bacchus, by Aug. Blanchard, afttr Alma-Tadema, signed artist's 

proof (Dennis), 15s. 

112 Wargrave on Thames, by C. O. Murray, after Ernest Parton, signed remarque 

artist's proof (Hood), 12s. 

113 Ploughing, by Herbert Sedcole, after L. Kemp-Welch, and one other, by the 

same, after Bonheur, signed artist's proofs, mezzotints (Hendricks), £1. 

114 British grouse moors, by E. M. Wimperis, signed artist's proof, three on one 

mount (Grundy), 9s. 

115 Deer stalking, by Douglas Adams and Charles Whymper, signed artist's proof, 

set of three on one mount (Fores), gs. 
n6 Another set (Fores), gs. 

117 Salmon fishing, by Douglas Adams, signed artisfs proof, set of three ou one 

mount (Fores), iis. 

118 L'Ecrivain, by Jules Jacquet, after Meissonier, signed remarque proof, on 

vellum (Grundy), £1 2%. 6d. 
ng The connoisseur, by Achille Jacquet, after Meissonier, signed remarque proof, 
on veUum (Lefevre), £1 los. 

120 The chess players, by Jules Jacquet, after Meissonier, signed remarque proof, 

on veUum (Lefevre), £2 2S. 

121 The two crowns, after Frank Dicksee, signed artist's proof ( ), £2 los. 

122 The emblem, by Norman Hirst, after Frank Dicksee, signed artist's proof 

mezzotint (Woodhouse), 12s. 

123 The King, an original etching, by Herbert Dicksee, signed proof, on vellum 

(Hood), £2 2S. 

124 Boyhood of Raleigh, by Herbert Dicksee, after MiUais, etching in colours, signed 

proof, on vellum (Couch), £2 los. 
128 Sheep feeding, and Salmon fishing, by Herbert Sedcole, after Joseph Farqu- 

harson, signed artist's proofs, mezzotints (J. Wilson), £2 los. 
I2g When morning mists rise softly from rugged mountain sides, and Changing 

pastures, after Louis B. Hurt, signed artist's proofs, a pair (Hendricks), 

£2 5S. 

130 La Rixe, by Eugune Chiquet, after Meissonier, signed artist's proof (J. Wilson) 

£1 lOS. 

131 Through mist and ram, by Herbert Sedcole, after Joseph Farquharson, mezzo- 

tints, signed artist's proof (Grundy), £2 2S. 

132 Down to the ferry, by Herbert Sedcole, after Joseph Farquharson, mezzotint, 

signed artist's proof (Dennis), £2 7s. 6d. 

133 After a storm in the Highlands ; Scotch cattle at rest at Glencoe ; and The 

duel, all by Pratt, after Rosa Bonheur, mezzotints, signed artist's proofs 
(Lefevre), £4. 

134 Miss Cumberland and Lady Cavendish Bentinck, by Ernest Stamp, after 

Romney, mezzotint, signed artist's proof (Bnrch), £1 2S. 6d. 

142 Miss Farren (Countess of Derby), by M. Cormack. after Sir Thos. Lawrence, 

signed artist's proof, mezzotint (Mincott), £1 12s. 6d. 

143 Lady Dover and child, by and after the same, signed artist's proof, mezzotint 

(Yeulett), £1. 

144 The horse fair, by C. D. Lewis, after Rosa Bonheur, signed artist's proof 

(Lefevre), £2 2S. 



November 30, igii. 95 



The following are all printed in colours. 

145 Chabanian, " Les Mouettes " (Ellis), 12s. 

146 Chabanian, La Lavendieu (Ellis), i8s. 
£47 Chabanian, Palais des Doges (Ellis), 163. 

148 Chabanian, leche au crevettes (EUis), jfs 5s. 

149 Fox, Stratford-on-Avon (EUis), i8s. 

150 Fox, " Way to Warwick " (Ellis), 14s. 

151 Fox, " Shakespeare's Home " (Couch), 15s. 

152 Geoffrey, PS he Miraculeuse (Neumeyer), £1 4s. 

153 Helleu, Luzanne (Neumeyer), £3. 

154 HeUeu, Blondine (Ellis), £2. 

155 Helleu, Pensive (Ellis), £2 los. 

156 Helleu, Gracieuse (Ellis), £1 los. 

157 HeUeu, Frileuse (EUis), £2 5s. 

158 HeUeu, Chapeau Rose (EUis), £2 5s. 

159 Houdard, Bruges (EUis), £1 15s. 

160 Houdard, Le Grain (Neumeyer), £t 17s. 6d. 
i6i Dauphin, Tartanes (EUis), £1 12s. 6d. 

162 Dauphin, Vapeur (EUis), £1 12s. 6d. 

163 Grimelund, Neige en Norvege (McLean), £1 ros. 

164 Grimelund, SoleU d'hiver (EUis), £1 8s. 

165 Grimelund, La Degele (ElUs), £1 5s. 

i66 Jouvet, Notre Dame (Neiimeyer), £2 los. 

167 Jourdain, Lous I'averse (McLean), £2. 

168 Jourdain, La Ruelle (Neumeyer), £1. 

169 Jourdain, VieUle Tanneries (McLean), £2 los. 

170 Jourdain, VieUle EgUse (McLean), £2. 

171 Jourdain, La Route (Ellis), £3 5s. 

172 Jourdain, Grande Canal (McLean), £4. 

173 La6tte, Vers le large (Neumeyer), £1. 

174 Leugini, Canal Flamand (EUis), £2 15s. 

175 Leugini, Place de Malines (McLean), £3. 

176 Leugini, Pont Gothique (Ellis), £3 5s. 

177 Leugini, L'Estacade (EUis), £2 15s. 
t78 Kapha, Gaby de Naval (EUis), i8s. 

179 Robbe, Le Mirou (EUis), £1 5s. 

180 Robbe, Settee (EUis), £r 7s. 6d. 

181 Simon, Marchand de Statuettes (EUis), iSs. 

182 Simon, Bric-a-brac (Neumeyer), £1 4s. 

183 Simon, Bouquinistes (McLean), £r 4s. 

184 Thaulow, Le MouUn (EUis), £2 5s. 

185 Thaulow, Veilles Fabriques (Ellis), £3. 



Another Property. 

186 Cameron, D. Y., The Glasgow set, set of six (Chaviatte), £3 15s. 

187 Haden, Seymour, Thames Ditton, and Fulham (N'eumeyer), £1 2s. 6d. 
189 Haden, Seymour, Old Chelsea (Neumeyer), £r 6s. 

IQO Cameron, D. Y., Victoria and Albert Bridges (Neumeyer), £1 los. 



Framed. 

212 Cameron, D. Y., signed, Holyrood in 1745 (Parsons), £4, 

213 Lingering autumn, after J. E. MiUais, signed artist's proof, on veUum (Murcotf 

£z 5S. 



96 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

-214 A wet roadside, by B. W. Leader, signed artist's proof, on vellum (Gooden 
and Fox), £4 7s. 6d. 

215 Lady Waldegrave, by H. Scott Bridgwater, signed artist's proof, mezzotint 

(Colnaghi), £4. 

216 Lavina (Countess Spencer), by Samuel Cousins, signed artist's proof, mezzotint 

(Grundy), £5 los. 

217 Lady and child, by Armaud Mathey, after Van Dyck, signed artist's proof, 

on vellum (Yeulett), /i is. 

218 Miss Macdonald, by S. Cousins, and Lady Dover and child, by the same, after 

Lawrence, small plate, mezzotints (Yeulett), £1 is. 

219 Mrs. Woolf, by S. Cousins, after Lawrence, mezzotint (Maggs), £1 5s. 

220 Yarmouth, by D. Lucas, after Constable, mezzotint (Yeulett), los. 

221 Hadleigh Castle, large plate, by and after the same, mezzotint (Yeulett), 12s. 6d. 

223 Sir Seymour Haden, by A. Legros, signed (Streeter), £4 4s. 

224 Lady Peel, by Samuel Cousins, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, proof (Maggs), £7 7s. 

225 Midsummer Nighfs Dream, by S. Cousins, signed artist's proof, mezzotint 

(Simpson), £3 13s. 6d. 

226 Mrs. Parker and sons, by R. B. Parkes, signed artist's proof, mezzotint (Tuck), 

£1 7s. 6d. 

227 Mrs. Abingdon, by R. B. Parkes, signed artist's proof, mezzotint (Tuck), £1 ss. 

228 Lady RusseD and child, by R. B. Parkes (Tuck), £1 5s. 

228A Nature (The Calmady Children), by Samuel Cousins, after Lawrence, small 
plate, and The Duke of WeUington, by and after the same, mezzotints 
(Maggs), £5 15s. 6d. 
,228b Interior of a cathedral, by Axel H. Haig, sig led proof (Yeulett), £2 15s. 



November 30 and December i, 191 1. 97- 



November 30 and December i, 1911. Sotheby's. 

Property of the late Judge Satow. 

FAN LEAVES. 

r Takanobu : Group of four women and a girl ; signed, after Tsunenobu. — 
Takahisa : An artist drawing a great Ho-ho bird on a wall ; signed (Strange), 
ii i8s. 

2 Takanobu : Opening a tea-house ; signed.— Settei : A group of men transplant- 

ing cherry-trees ; signed (Strange). £1 12s. 

3 Hiroshige : Seiro Hanami, Flower excursion of the tea-houses ; printed in blue 

signed. — Zeshin : A slight sketch of the upper part of a house with pictures 
on the outside ; signed (Strange), £5 5s. 

UTAMARO (KiTAGAWA). 

4 Jitsu Kioi Iro no Mina-Kami, Emulation in the source of true love ; two of this 

series ; full size, upright ; both signed (Ellison), £1 is. 

CHIUSHINGURA. 
The Loyal League, a set of eleven " Brother Pictures " or analogues in real life to 
scenes in the play which are inset at the top comers ; published by Yeijudo 
about 1796 ; full size, upright ; each signed Utamaro. 

6 Act I (F. Harvey), £7 5s. 

7 Act II (F. Harvey), £7 los. 

8 Act III (Hamer), £4 15s. 

9 Act IV (F. Harvey), £7 15s. 

10 Act V (F. Harvey), £4 los. 

11 Act VI (Hamer), £3 3s. 

12 Act VII (F. Harvey), £10 los. 

13 Act VIII (F. Harvey), £8. 

14 Act IX (Hamer), £4 los. 

15 Act X (Hamer), £6 15s. 

16 Act XI (Hamer), £5. 

SAKIWAKE KOTOBA NO HANA. 
Flowers of speech in various colours, a series of half-length portraits of women as 
physiognomical studies, the titles on yellow labels placed over larger red 
labels with various flowers, and with text describing each ; full size, upright ; 
each signed Utamaro. 

17 O Kami San : The middle-class wife (Goldschmidt), £2. 

18 O Chappi : Tne petulant Miss (Tregaskis), £2 145. 

19 O Chappi : Another copy (Goldschmidt), £r i6s. 

30 O Boko and Sukebei : The modest Miss and A lascivious woman (Tregaskis), 

£2 I2S. 

22 Tetori : The dextrous woman (Goldschmidt), £1 los. 

23 Kaka : A working-class mother (Goldschmidt), £2 4s. 

24 O Shsberi and Nikumari Sakari : The gossiping Miss and The odious woman 

in her prime (Tregaskis), £3. 



25 Seiro Niwaka Onna Geisha no Bu : Types of Geisha at the Niwaka Festival of 

the tea-houses ; full size, upright ; signed (Yamanaka), £5 5s 

26 Mitsuma of Hiogo-ya : A large portrait of a lady holding a mirror ; full size, 

upright ; one of a series Natori Sake Rok' Kasen ; signed (Goldschmidt), 

£2 2S. 



gS ART PRICES CURRENT. 

27 Fujin Tomari Kyaku no zu : A view of female visitors' stopping places ; one of 

a set of three ; full size, upright ; signed (Yamanaka), £z 2S. 

28 NabDd of Waka Matsu-ya : Half-length portrait, leaning over the balcony ; 

full size, upright ; signed (Goldschmidt), £1 2S. 

29 Hour of the Rat, 11 p.m. till i a.m. : A mother stepping out from her bed to 

hold out her baby boy ; full size, upright ; one of the set Fuzoku Bijin 
Tokei : The customs of beautiful women by the clock ; signed (Goldschmidt), 
£3 5S. 

30 Uwaki-mono : A lewd person ; half-length figure of a plimip woman ; full size, 

upright ; one of a series Kyckiin oya no Megane : Moral teaching (as seen 
through) the spectacles of parents ; signed (Dr. Moore), £i i6s. 

32 A group of ladies ; one sheet of a triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Tregaskis), 

£r 8s. 

33 Segawa and Ichikawa of Matsuba-ya : Bust and half-length portraits. — 

Ureshii : Joyful; half-length portrait of a woman, with bare bosom; one 
of a set Bijin go Menso : Physiognomies of five beauties ; both full size, 
upright ; signed (Soutten), f,t. 

34 Akashi of Tama-ya, seated in front of a writing table ; one of the series Kayoi 

K\iruwa Sakari Hakkei: Eight views of the going and coming of flowers 
in the courtezan quarter. — Two Manzai dancers, a woman with a fan, 
and man with the tsuzumi : from a Niwaka series ; both signed (Punnett), 
1 8s. 

35 Hair Dressing ; one of the series Furyu nana Komachi : " Refined Seven 

KomachL — After the Bath : An Oiran in a loose yukata ; both full size, 
upright ; signed (Goldschmidt), £1. 

38 Kinoe Ne no Toshi, Daikoku Ten Go Jiki Hitsu Kake Some : New Year drawing 

from the quick pencil of the Honourable Daikoku, Year of the Rat ; triptych ; 
full size, upright ; signed (E. Wilson), £21. 

39 Tsukasa of Ogi-ya arranging plum blossom in a vase for the New Year ; one of 

the series Yukun Gosekku Ikebana Kai : Courtezans and the flower arrange- 
ment for the five festivals ; dated 1804. — Yoyotose of Matsuba-ya arranging 
chrysanthemums for the festival of the 9th month ; one of another series 
of coxu-tezans and the five festivals ; both full size, upright ; signed (Dr. 
Moore), £1 10s. 

40 Furyu Ko Takarabune : A refined presentment of children and the Ship of 

Good Fortune ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Tregaskis), £6. 

41 A tea house waitress : Half-length portrait, holding a cup of tea on a red lacquer 

stand ; one of a set Meisho Koshikake Hakkei : Eight celebrated views of 
benches. — A woman seated holding a pipe ; dated 1806 ; both full size, 
upright ; signed (Punnett), £2. 

42 The reception saloon of Ogi-ya ; one sheet of a triptych ; dated i8o6. — A woman 

standing by sliding shutters and another heating sake ; one of a series Shin 
Ju Isshu : A collection of poems ; both signed (Stock), £1 6s. 

55 Kanamaro (Kitagawa), Niwaka characters ; medium size, upright ; from a set 

Asobi Yatsushi Seisui : The ups and downs of amusement in disguise ; 
signed (F. Harvey), £4 5s. 

KIKUMARO (Kitagawa). 

56 Gwa-ki; A drawing party; full size, upright: signed (James), £1 12s, 

57 In a noble's house ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (James), £7 5s. 

-61 Buncho, Shunsho, Shunko, and Shunyei, An album containing 18 Hoso-ye 
prints of actors in male and female characters ; mainly by Buncho and 
Shunsho (E. Wilson), £7 los. 



•t 

November 30 and December i, 1911. 99 

62 Buncho (Ippitsusai), Iwai Hanshiro : Portrait of the actor in female costume 
Hoso-ye ; signed ; sealed Mori (E. Wilson), £25. 

65 Watonai or Kokusen-ya the conqueror of Formosa, riding a tiger ; full size, 

upright ; signed Shuntei. — Two actors, bust and half-length portraits ; 
medium size, upright ; signed Shunyei (Mawson), £1 is. 

66 Shunsen (Kashosai), Grape harvest : Two sheets of a triptych : full size, upright ; 

signed (James), £1 55. 

69 Shunkiyo (Katsugawa), Chrysanthemum viewing ; triptych ; full size, upright ; 

signed (Hamer), £5 15s. 

YEISHI (Chobunsat). 

70 A music party ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (F. H. Randall), £1 15s. 

71 Ono no Komachi : A modem woman in her guise, kneeling ; on yellow ground : 

medium size, upright ; one of a set Furyu San buku tsui ; signed ( Yamanaka), 
£2 6s. 

73 Yeisho (Chokosai), Narihira Ason Shokan Ryaku : An epitome of the first 

crowning of the Noble Narihira ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed 
(Gibson), £4. 5s. 

74 Yeisui (Ichirakutei), O Some and Hisamatsu, side by side ; one of a set Joniri 

Kagami : A mirror of the musical drama ; signed. — Seven eyes : Bust 
portrait of a woman holding on her hand a monkey eating a peach (Yama- 
naka), 14s. 

HOKUSAI (K.A.TSUSHIKA). 

75 Theatrical duo : Ichikawa Danjuro as Matsuo and Ichikawa Monosuke as 

Umeo ; Hoso-ye ; signed (F. Harvey), £1 8s. 

76 A Folding Surimono, long narrow form : Group of six ladies ; signed, and dated 

1789 (Kato), £10 5s. 

77 A Folding Surimono, long narrow form : A procession of Kuge ; signed 

(Tregaskis), £2 4s. 

79 Fugaloi San-ju Rok'kei ; four of the first edition, mellowed ; all signed 

(Tregaskis), £2 los. 

80 Fugaku San-ju Rok'kei ; four of the first edition, mellowed ; all signed 

(Tregaskis), £1 2S. 

81 Fugaku San-ju Rok'kei; four of the first edition, mellowed ; also one of the 

Set of Bridges, Kintai Bridge at Suwo ; all signed (Tregaskis), £2 4s. 

TOYOHIRO (Utagawa). 

82 A Daimyo's kite party ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Higginbottom), £20. 

83 A drawing party ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Tregaskis), £6. 

TOYOKUNI (Utagawa). 

84 A river party ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Higginbottom), £34. 

85 The dream ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Tregaskis), £22. 

86 Street scene, Yedo cho, Yoshiwara ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (F. 

Harvey), £31. 

87 The upper floor of Choji-ya, the House of the Clove ; triptych ; full size, upright ; 

signed Toyokuni (Higginbottom), £32. 

88 Toshiwasure Jochu Kyogen : A woman's theatrical performance at Toshi- 

wasure ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Harvey), £16 los. 
8q a noble lady visiting ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Tregaskis). £22. 
go The harvest of the sea ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Punnett), £10. 

92 Fuji Bitai Hana no Gyoretsu : A procession of flowers with Fuji foreheads ; 

triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Higginbottom), £1 2s. 

93 Kaka Some : The first writing of the New Year ; triptych ; full size, upright ; 

signed (Tregaskis), £6 6s. 



loo ART PRICES CURRENT. 

95 Koromo Uchi Tamagawa : The clothes beating Tama-river ; the right and 

centre sheets of a triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Cardew), £i los. 
97 Imayo Rok'kasen : Six flowers, present style ; two of the set ; full size, upright ; 
signed ; one dated 1809 (James), £1 2S. 

100 Shichi Fuku Jin : Seven Gods of Good Fortune ; three sheets of the series ; 
full size, upright ; signed (James), £i is. 

loi Hana Musume Kodokara Asobi : Feminine ilowers and children's amusements ; 
full size, upright ; signed (James), £2 4s. 

102 Outline proof : A theatrical duo ; signed (Strange), £1 6s. 

no Sawamura Sojuro as Yorikane, Lord of Sendai. — Matsumoto Koshiro as 
Kudo Suketsune ; both full size, upright ; signed (Mawson), £1 14s. 

Ill Sawamura Tanosuke as the wife Otsuyu. — Nakamura Utayemon as a man 
on high clogs dancing the Nunozarashi ; both full size, upright ; signed 
(James), £1 is. 

133 Ushiwaka fighting with Tengu ; right-hand sheet of a triptych ; full size 
upright ; signed Kunimitsu, the figures being by Toyokuni (Strange), £1 4s. 
TATOE GUSA FUZOKU AWASE. 

A comparison of customs and proverbs ; full-length figures of celebrated beauties 
from various Provinces then in Yedo ; full size, upright, without back- 
ground, with suitable Proverbs for each ; signed Yeizan. 

145 Matsuto of Sumi-ya from Kyoto. — Nanakoshi of Ogi-ya from Osaka (James). 

£1 IIS. 

146 Izumiya (house not given) from Echizen Province. — Renzan of Chikuzen-ya 

from Nagasaki (James), £2 4s. 

FURYU ONNA ROK'KASEN. 
Refined six poetesses ; a series of full-length figures of women standing, without 
background, except two song game playing cards, inscribed with portrait 
and poem ; full size, upright ; each signed Yeizan, and dated in cycle 
characters 1799. 

147 Sei Shonagon. — Akazome Emon (Goldschmidt), £2 12s. 

148 The Lady of Ise. — Izumi Shikibu (Goldschmidt), £2 los. 

149 Ono no Komachi. — Koshikibu no Naishi (James), £1 los. 

TOSEI KUSUDAMA GO SEKKU. 
Fashionable Kusudama for the five festivals : a series of women, without background 
but the Kusudama ; full size, upright ; each signed Kikugawa Yeizan. 

150 First month. — Third month (James), £2 los. 

151 Fifth month. — Seventh month. — Ninth month (Goldschmidt), £3 12s. 6d. 

YEDO SUNAGO KOGU-YA HAKKEL 

Yedo guide book : Eight views of Incense shops ; a series, each with two figures of 
women and the sign of the house ; no other background ; full size, upright ; 
each signed Yeizan, and dated 1806. 

152 Taiko an no Aki-tsuki : Autumn moon at the drum house. — Shimomura no 

Bosetsu : Evening snow at Shimomura House (James), £1 4s. 

153 Igarashi no Sekisho : Sunset at the Igarashi House. — Hyakusuke no Bansho : 

The evening bell at Hyakusuke (James), £1 17s. 

154 Yanagi-ya no Kihan : Returning boats at the Willow House. — Tama-ya no 

Seiran : Clearing weather at the Tama House (Goldschmidt), £2 12s. 

155 Matsumoto no Yoru Ame : Night rain at the House of a Thousand Pines ; 

an actor in his private costume, clothed as a woman. — Tamai no Rakugau : 
Homing geese at the House of the Tama Well (James), £i is. 



November 30 and December i, 1911. loi 

SHOSHOKU BIJIN SHOKC, 
Many employments of beautiful women ; a series with two figures on a sheet, without 
background ; full size, upright : signed Yeizan, and some dated in cycle 
characters 1805. 

156 Miyado : The fan shop. — Niugyo-shi : Making dolls (James), £2 3s. 

157 Hikko : Writing-brush maker. — Oto-monoshi : Making cord (Strange), £2 12s. 



158 Furyu Seiro Meikwa Awase : Refined comparison of celebrated flowers of the 

tea houses. Koimurasaki of Tama-ya. — Karauta of Choji-ya ; both ftill 
size upright ; signed (Goldschmidt), £2 12s. 

159 Kaiko Yashinai Gusa : The raising of silk worms ; No. i and No. 4 ; both full 

size, upright; signed (Goldschmidt), £2 2S. 
"163 Furyu Shin Ume Yashiki : Refined new plum garden ; triptych ; full size, 
upright ; signed (F. Harvey), £4 los. 

164 Shin Yoshiwara Ogi-ya Zashiki no zu : View of a room in the fan house, New 

Yoshiwara ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Hamer), £6. 

165 Furyu Kwa-Cho Fu-getsu : Refined flowers, birds, wind, and moon ; one trip- 

tj'ch from this set of four, this for moon ; full size, upright ; signed (Strange), 
£2 lOS. 

170 Shin Yoshiwara Saknra Kembutsu no zu : View 'of the sight-seeing at the 

cherry blossom festival, New Yoshiwara ; triptych ; full size, upright ; 
signed (Ellison), £1 los. 

171 The iris garden in a nobleman's Yashiki ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed 

(Goldschmidt), £x 8s. 

173 Furyu Onna Ryoshi : Refined (view of) fisherwomen ; triptych ; full ^ize, 

upright ; signed (Goldschmidt), £1 i6s. 

174 Toto Ryogoku Yuki no Fukei : Snow landscape at Ryogoku, Yedo ; triptych ; 

full size, upright ; signed Yeizan (F. Harvey), £4 los. 

173 Furyu Bijin Hanami no zu : A refined view of beautiful women viewing cherry- 
blossom ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Kato), £i i8s. 

176 Furyu Tomioka, Hatsu Yuki : Refined (view of) the first snow at Tomioka ; 
two sheets of a triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Goldschmidt), £2 14s. 

182 To-fu Bijin Kiku Awase : Customs of beauties of the present day compared. 
Chrysanthemums ; two sheets of a triptych, this for the ninth month ; 
full size, upright ; signed, and dated 1807 (Stock), £i 2s. 

184 Three single sheets from triptychs : Furyu Shiohi-gari, Refined (view of) 
Hunting at ebb-tide ; collecting shell-fish, etc. — Shiokmni, Carrying sea- 
water at svmrise. — A group of musical ladies ; full size, upright ; all signed 
(Sims), £1 2S. 

186 Three single sheets from triptychs : Furyu Hiki-some San Kyoku, The first 

playing of the three musical iustruments. — Niwaka Festival, Fujiwara of 
Tsuru-ya on a balcony. — Catching fireflies ; all but the last full size, upright ; 
all signed (James), £1 3s. 

187 Hanamurasaki of Tama-ya on parade ; one of a series Furjoi Sakura Hana 

Awase, A comparison of cherry flowers. — Miyakoji of Tama-ya writing ; 
one of a series Seiro Meikun Soroi, Celebrated ladies of the tea houses ; 
both full size, upright ; signed (James), £2 14s. 

189 Clearing weather, Nihon Bridge : A woman coming from the public bath-house ; 

one of a set Mitate Hakkei, Eight selected views. — Hour of the Dog : 
Yukiai of Daimonji-ya ; one of a set Seiro Ju-ni Toki, Twelve hours at the 
tea houses ; signed (Goldschmidt), £2 los. 

190 Cherry viewing : A young man about to write a poem ; one of a series Furjoi 

Hanami Sugata-e.Pictorial portraits of flower viewing. — Hanaogi of Ogi-ya 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



as Bishamon, full-length figure holding a pipe ; one of a set Keisai Mitate 
Shichi Fukujin, Selected courtezans as the seven Gods of Good Fortune. — 
Two women standing ; one of a series Tosei Bijin Awase, Beautiful women 
of the present day compared ; all signed (Goldschmidt), £i 2S. 

Karauta of Choji-ya on parade. — Fujiwara and Sugatami of Tsuru-ya, bust and 
half-length portraits. — ^Tanabata : A woman writing ; one of a set Furyu 
Kodokara Gosekku, Children and the five festivals ; all signed (Goldschmidt), 
£i6s. 

Shizuka and Akashi of Tama-ya, half-length and bust portraits. — Two Niwaka 
characters ; from a series Yoshiwara Niwaka Zensei Asobi, The flourishing 
amusement of Niwaka in the Yoshiwara. — Half-length and bust of two 
women ; from a series Tosei Bijin Awase, Beautiful women of to-day com- 
pared ; all signed (James), £i 5s. 



December i, 191 1.' 103 



December i, 191 1. Puttick & Simpson. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

75 The labourer's luncheon, by C. Josi, after Morland, and another (Simpson), £1. 

76 The infant academy, by W. Walker, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, proof (Brail), 

6s. 
79 Miss Boville, by J. Watson, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Brail), £1 los. 
Si Duchess of Richmond, by W. Ryland, after A. Kauffman, oval, in red (Brail), 

i8s. 

MEZZOTINT PORTRAITS. 

84 Thomas Phillips, Lord Grantham, by S. Cousins, after W. Robinson, fine 

(Dinsmure), £3. 

85 Dr. Astley Cooper, by S. Cousins, after Sir T. Lawrence, proof (Maggs), £2 1.0s. 

86 Lord Hargreaves, by J. Jones, after Sir J. Reynolds, proof (Cruikshank), 

£1 IS. 

87 Full-length portrait of a gentleman in robes, by C. Turner, after Sir W. Beechey, 

proof (Webber), iis. 

88 The Rt. Hon. Henry Addington, by R. Dunkarton, after J. Copley (Davis), £1. 

89 The Rt. Hon. Henry Addington, by J . Parker, after W. Beechey, line engraving 

(Webber), iis. 

90 The Rt. Hon. Sir James Esdaile, by J. Jones, after Sir J. Rejmolds (Ellis), 

£1 7s. 6d. 

91 Sir Joshua Reynolds, president of the Royal Academy, by S. W. Reynolds 

(ElUs), i8s. 

92 Lord Camden, by F. Bartolozzi, after Gainsborough, proof (ElUs), gs. 

93 Lord Harcourt, after Edridge, proof (Breun), 12s. 

94 His Grace the Duke of Devonshire, by J. Faber, after Sir J. Reynolds (RimeU), 

lOS. 

95 The Hon. Win. Stuart, by S. W. Reynolds, after W. Owen, proof (Webber), 

I2S. 

96 His Grace the Duke of Dorset, by S. W. Reynolds, proof (Goodstein), los. 

97 James Paine and his son, by Watson, after Reynolds (Dinsmure), £2 15s. 

98 Rubens' wife and children, by McArdell, after W. Jett, fine impression, £2 2S. 

99 Sir Thos. Dyke Acland, of Devon, by S. W. Reynolds, after W. Owen, proof, £1. 
100 Lord Ashburton, by F. Bartolozzi, after J. Reynolds, £1 7s. 6d. 

loi Lord Brougham, by T. Lupton, after J. Lonsdale, proof, 15s. 

102 Mr. Justice Burrough, by T. Lupton, fine, £1 8s. 

103 Sir David Baird, by Hodgetts, after H. Raeburn, proof before all letters, 

£10. 



109 Her Grace the Duchess of Richmond, by Burke, after Downman, oval (Good- 
stein), £3 lOS. 
no Evelina, by I. Baldry, after Hoppner, in brown (Goodsteui), £6 6s. 

118 Turner, Lake Thun, and Dunstanborough (WaUis), £1. 

119 Turner, Marine dabblers, and Pembury miU (Wallis), 17s. 

120 Turner, Bridge and cows, and Fifth plague (WaUis), 19s. 

121 Turner, Morpeth, and Tambourine girl (Longhurst), £1 7s. 
125 Protection, after Lodder (Goodstein), £4. 

127 Sterne and Maria, and The pulse, by J. Parker, after Northcote, a pair of early 
impressions, circles, with full margins (Goodstein), £3 los. 



I04 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

128 The wane of the honey-moon, and The full of the honey-moon, after Wheatley, 

mezzotints, a pair (Lauser), £5. 
134 Indiscretion, and The surprise, by Delatre and Marcuard, after Wheatley, a 

pair (Goodstein), £4. los. 

139 Miss Cowley, by Tomkins, after Medley, in colours (HoUoway), £1. 

140 Mrs. Duff, by John Agar, after Cosway, in colours (White), £3 15s. 

143 The tenant's family, by C. Knight, after Stothard, stipple (Brail), £1 5s. 

155 Innocence and the old beau, after J. R. Smith (Goodstein), 12s. 

176 Auld Robin Gray, after Buubury, a pair of ovals, in brown (Goodstein), 14s. 

Framed. 

rgo Baxter, The gardener's shed, and Holly-hocks (Yeiilett), £2 12s. 6d. 

191 Baxter, The Rev. Moffatt, and The Rev. William (Curry), £1 is. 

192 Baxter, The day before marriage, and The bridesmaid (Curry), £4 7s. 6d. 

193 Baxter, The belle of the village, and three others (Britnell), £1 los. 

194 Le Blond, Lake Lucerne (Britnell), £1 5s. 

195 Baxter, Copper your honour (J. Wilson), i8s. 

199 Constable, John, Various subjects of landscape characteristic of English 

scenery from pictures painted by John Constable, 1833, 22 plates, open- 
letter proofs, with 5 additional proof plates, before letters, with titles 
written on the margin (by Constable ?), cloth wrapper bound in, on which 
is written " Mr. Vaughan from Mr. Constable, May 5th, 1836," and A. L. S. 
of Constable, " The book is one of the best set of proofs Lucas could find. 
John Constable, 1836 " (Vaughan), £38. 

200 Lady Hamilton as " A Bacchante," by J. R. Smith, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 

mezzotint printed in colours (F. Sabin), £175. 



201 Fox hunting, by Harris, after Shayer, set of four, in colours (WattaU), £1 ids. 

202 John Mytton, Esq., by W. GiUer, after Webb (BraU), £1. 

203 The Duke of Beaufort Coach, by Charles Hunt, after Shayer, in colourg (Lauser), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

204 The last grand steeplechase which took place at the Hippodrome Race Course, 

Kensington, by C. Hunt, after Aiken, set of four, in colours (Wattah), £8. 

205 Fox hunting, by C. Hunt, after H. Aiken, junr., set of four, in colours, varnished 

(Brail), £1 los. 

206 Easter Monday, aquatint, in colours (Leeder), £1. 

207 Snipe shooting, and Pheasant shooting, after Aiken ; and The birthday team, 

all in colours (Titley), £2 17s. 6d. 

208 The birthday team, drawn and engraved by C. Hunt, aquatint, in colours 

(Titley), £3. 

209 The mail coach in a drift of snow, and The mail coach in a thunderstorm, by 

Reeve, after James Pollard, aquatints, in colours (Deighton), £3 los. 

210 View on the Highgate Road, by C. Hunt, after James Pollard, aquatint, in 

colours (Parker), £4. 

211 His Majesty King George IV travelling (view in Hyde Park), by Dubourg, 

after Pollard, jnr., aquatint, in colours (G. H. Brown), £2. 

214 The Age Brighton coach, in 1852, aquatint, in colours (Titley), £1 7s. 6d. 

215 Paris and Dover coach, by Reeve, aquatint, in colours (G. H. Brown), los. 

217 London and Birmingham coach, view of Windsor and Eton in the distance, 

aquatint, in colours (WattaU), £3 I2S. 6d. 

218 The Liverpool, Louth, and Birmingham mails in the snow, by Campion, after 

J. Pollard, lithographs, in colours (Davis), £2 as. 



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219 Going up hill, and Coining down hill, aquatints, in colours, a pair (S. H. Brown), 

£1 lOS. 

220 Royal mails starting from the Post Office, Lombard Street, by C. Hunt, and 

two others, aquatints, in colours (S. H. Brown), £1 los. 

221 A mail coach ; and The breakfast, after Rowlandson ; and A tandem, all in 

colours (Parker), £3. 
225 Fore's hunting casualties, by J. Harris, after Aiken, aquatints, in colours, 
plates I, 3, 5 and ,6 (Parker), £1 8s. 

227 Vandyke, by W. Say, after H. B. Chalon, mezzotint (Fores), £1 is. 

228 Filho da Puta and Sir Joshua, by W. Ward, after Marshall, mezzotint, in 

colours (Jacobsen), £4 17s. 6d. 

229 Coursing at Epsom, aquatints, in colours, set of four (BraU), £1 5s. 

232 Pigeons, by and after D. Wolstenholme, aquatints, in colours (S. H. Brown), 

£1 7s. 

233 Fox hunting, drawn and engraved by C. Himt, set of four, in colours (Wattali), 

£3 los. 

234 Coursing at Epsom, set of four aquatints, in colours (G. H. Brown), £3 12s. 6d. 

235 Grouse shooting, and Partridge shooting, published by T. Helme, in colours 

(Davis), £2 I2S. 6d. 

236 Hambletonian, and Diamond, by WhesseU, after Sartorius, a pair (Brail), 

£1 i6s. 
239 Himting incidents, by R. F., set of six,, in colours (Jacobs), £1. 
248 His Majesty's embarkation at Kingstown, and companion, by R. Havell, after 

Haverty, aquatint, in colours (Goodstein), £5 los. 
250 Review of the Hon. Artillery Company, by J. Mitan, after E. Dayes, aquatint, 

in colours (Goodstein), £6. 

257 Shooting, by Hunt, after C. Turner, set of six, in colours, varnished (Mark 

White), £4 10s. 

258 View of the Race for the Derby, and The Glasgow and London Coach, aquatints, 

in colours (Titley), £1 17s. 

267 The birthday team, by C. Hunt, in colours (Simpson), £4. 

268 The shepherd boy, by W. Bond, after De Koster, in colours (Simpson), 12s. 6d. 
270 Summer, and Winter, by V. Green, after N. Drake, mezzotints, a pair (Leeder), 

£2. 

273 Fancy portrait of a lady, by J. R. Smith, oval, in colours (Sabin), £14 14s. 

274 Mrs. Camac, by J. R. Smith, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Young), £10 los. 

275 Sir William Blizzard, by S. W. Reynolds, after Opie, mezzotint (Maggs), 

276 Lord Nelson, by Meyer, after Hoppner (Goodstein), £2 17s. 6d. 

282 Hon. Mrs. ToUeniache, after Reynolds (Young), £13 13s. 

283 The idle laimdress, by W. Blake, after Morland (Goodstein), £1 7s. 6d. 

285 Portrait of George Washington, by C. Shepherd, mezzotint, in colours, on 
glass (H. Stevens), £4. 

288 Hebe, by C. Turner, after Huet ViUiers, mezzotint, in colours (BraU), £4 los. 

289 Lady Beauchamp, by W. Nutter, after Sir Joshua Re^molds, in colours 

(Edwards), £3 15s. 

290 The storming of Seringapatam, by Vendramini, after A. K. Porter, set of four 

aquatints, in colours, varnished (Lee), £2 los. 

291 The procession of King Edward VI, by James Basire (High), £1 5s. 

293 Goodwood, after Pollard, and three others, in colours (Mark White), £4 los. 
298 The last supper, by Morghen, after Da Vinci (Wingfield), £2. 



io6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

December 8, 191 1. Sotheby's. 

ENGRAVINGS, ETCHINGS, AND DRAWINGS. 

Property of Capt. W. S. Home Drummond Moray, Blair 
Drummond, Perthshire, 

ENGRAVED WORKS OF H. BUNBURY. 

56 Love and hope, and Love and jealousy, by C. Knight, a pair, ovals, in brown 

(Ellis & Smith), £6 los. 

57 Gleaners, by C. Knight, a pair, ovals, in brown (Daniell), £9 5s. 

58 Black-eyed Susan ; and Blouzelind, by W. Dickinson, a pair (Daniell), £9 los.. 

59 Expectation, by J. R. Smith, circle (Agnew), £5 5s. 

60 Modern graces, by E. Scott, circle, in brown (Agnew), £10 los. 

61 Going to market, by M. Haughton ; and Lady holding up a bunch of grapes, 

by G. Shepheard, proof before letters, both ovals (Vaughan), £5 15s. 
52 Susan, and Buxoma, by G. Shepheard, a pair, in brown (Agnew), £4 15s. 

63 Mother and children, by 0. Knight, a pair, proofs before letters, ovals, in 

bro^vn (Ellis & Smith), £r4 los. 

64 Uniforms of various English regiments, by F. D. Soiron, set of eight (Davis), £8. 

65 The mouse's petition, by F. Bartolozzi ; Autolycus selling his wares, by C. 

Knight ; and Marian, by P. W. Tomkins (Brail), £2. 

67 A dancing bear, by C. Knight ; The country club, by W. Dickinson ; and A 

smoking club (Brail), £1 4s. 

68 The breakfast ; Tea drinking ; and The dinner, by W. Dickinson (Dr. Leeder), 

£1 6s. 

69 The little cottager, by J. Baldrey ; and Black George, by J. Chapman, both 

in brown (Agnew), £2 2s. 

70 The song, by F. Bartolozzi, circle, in brown (Vaughan), £3 15s. 

71 Jenny and Auld Robin Gray, by F. Bartolozzi, in colours (Agnew), £27. 

72 Patty, by C. W. White, in colours (Jacotson), £14 5s. 

73 The departure of La Fleur, by T. Watson, in colours (Maggs), £4 5s. 

74 Morning employments, by P. W. Tomkins, circle (Davis), £5 los. 

75 Anne Bothwell's lament, by F. Bartolozzi, circle, tinted (Ellis & Smith), £4 15s. 

76 The gardens of Carlton House, by W. Dickinson, in brown (Ellis & Smith), £20. 

77 Welsh peasants, by J. Baldrey, a pair ; and The faggot gatherer, by the same, 

proof before letters, all ovals, in brown (Vaughan), £7 15s. 

78 Going to and from market, by G. Shepheard, two on one plate ; The fruit 

gatherers, a pair, proofs before letters ; and The country maid, all ovals 
(Vaughan), £6 2s. 6d, 

79 The songstress, circle, in red ; and Friar Phillip's geese, by T. Watson, circle 

in brown (Maggs), £2 15s. 

80 Fille de Montmelian, by C. Knight ; and Paysanne de la Maurianne, by W. 

Dickinson, a pair (Daniell), £4 4s. 

FANCY SUBJECTS, ETC. 

89 St. Giles's beauty, by F. Bartolozzi, after J. H. Benwell, proof before letters, 

in brown (Daniell), £ri los. 

90 Gaiety, and Meditation, by S. Phillips, after R. Westall, a pair, in colours 

(Daniell), £10 15s. 

91 Cupids at play; and Children at play, by F. Bartolozzi, after J. B. Cipriani,. 

a pair, circles, in red (Daniell), £7 5s. 

92 Modesty ; and Meditation, by F. Bartolozzi, after J . B. Cipriani, a pair, circles, in 

red (Maggs), £2 15s. 

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93 Bob Cherry, by F. Bartolozzi, after W. Hamilton, proof before letters, in brown, 

oval (Ellis &• Smith), £8 15s. 

94 Spinning tops, by F. Bartolozzi, after VV. Hamilton, proof before letters, in 

brown, oval (Vaughan), £7 los. 

95 Playing at thread the needle, by F- Bartolozzi, after W. Hamilton ; and Playing 

at marbles, by and after the same, ovals, in brown (Vaughan), £9 los. 

96 Vincent Lunardi with George Biggin and Mrs. Sage in a balloon, by F. Barto- 

lozzi, after H. Rigaud, in brown (Daniell), £7 15s. 

97 The Woronzow children, by C. Watson, after R. Cosway (Davis), £7 ids. 

98 Two sisters, by M. Bovi, in colours (Ellis & Smith), £38 los. 

99 and 100 Nice supper, by M. Bovi, in colours ; New shoes, by M. Bovi, after 

Countess Spencer, in colours (Vaughan), £46. 
loi Shrimp girl of Calais, in colours ; and Cottager of Walheim, in brown, by J. 

Parker, after Emma Crewe, a pair, ovals (Vaughan), £4 los. 
102 Fox hunting : Indispensable accomplishments, set of six, in colours (Maggs), 

£4 los. 

HISTORICAL AND OTHER PORTRAITS, MOSTLY ENGLISH. 
Mezzotints. 

106 George Duke of Buckingham and his brother, by J. McArdell, after Sir A. 

Vandyck (Ellis & Smith), £12 los. 

107 Lords John and Bernard Stuart, by J. McArdell, after Sir A. Vandyck (Ellis 

and Smith), £20. 

108 Henrietta Countess of Rochester, by T. Watson, after Sir P. Lely (Rimell), 

£1 lOS. 

109 Elizabeth Countess of Northumberland, by T. Watson, after Sir P. Lely 

(Breun), £4. 
no Rachel Coimtess of Southampton, by J. McArdell, after Sir A. Vandyck 
(Rimell), £2 i6s. 

111 Marquis of Huntly, by V. Green, after Sir A. Vandyck (Daniell), £8. 

112 Marie Antoinette in prison, by J. Murphy, after M. de Brehan (Rimell), £3 8s. 

114 William III when Prince of Orange, by A. Blooteling, after Sir P. Lely (Ellis 

and Smith), £8 5s. 

115 Charles I, by J. Faber, after Sir A. Vandyck (Chaundey), £2 los. 

116 Charles II, by R. Williams, after Sir G. Kneller (Ellis & Smith), £4. 

117 James II, by P. Schenck, after Sir P. Lely (Breun), los. 6d. 

iiS James II ; and Maria Beatrice, his Queen, by J. Smith, after N. de Largilliere, 
a pair (Daniell), £5 15s. 

119 Oliver Cromwell, by J. Faber, after Sir P. Lely (Daniell), £16 los. 

120 George II, by A. Miller, after J. Highmore (Daniell), £3 15s. 

121 George III, and Queen Charlotte, by J. G. Haid, a pair (Rimell), £1. 

122 Inigo Jones, by J. Spilsbury, after Sir A. Vandyck (Rimell), £5 los. 

123 James Duke of Morunouth, small oval ; John Earl of Bute, by R. Purcell, after 

Ramsay ; Isaac Newton, by J. McArdell ; etc. (Daniell), £1 i6s. 

124 William Drummond, by. J. Fiulayson, after C. Johnson (Dunthome), £5 5s. 

125 Neil Gow, by W. Say, after H. Raebum (Daniell), £11 los. 

126 Charles Linnseus, by H. Kingsbury, after Hoffman, open-letter proof (Maggs) 

13s. 

127 Helena Forman, by W. Pether, after Sir P. P. Rubens (Reader), £1 i8s. 

128 Rubens' wife and children, by J . McArdell, after Sir P. P. Rubens (Reader), i8s. 

129 Francesco di Quesnoy (Flamingo), by P. Van Bleeck, after Sir A. Vandyck 

the same, by J. McArdell (Daniells), £1 is. 

130 Lady Henrietta Mordaunt, by J . Watson, after Sir P. Lely ; Vandyck as Icarus, 

by Watts, after himself, etched-letter proof, etc. (Jacobsen), £3 los. 



io8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

131 Princes Charles de Schwarzenberg, by Pichler, after Oelenheiiiz, proof before all 

letters (Ellis & Smith), £19. 

132 Jean Prince de Liechtenstein, by J. Pichler ; and Prince Charles de Ligne, by 

J. Clarot, after Grassy (Daniell), £7 5s. 

134 Cousins, Samuel: Lady Peel, after Sir T. Lawrence (Daniell), £11 los. 

135 Cousins, Samuel : Mrs. Lister, after G. S. Newton (Mayne), £1 is. 

MEZZOTINTS AFTER REMBRANDT. 

136 Prince Rupert, by V. Green (Colnaghi & Obach), £51. 

137 The Burgomaster, by R. Houston, proof before all letters (Colnaghi >& Obach), 

£71- 

138 Portrait of a man in a large hat, by B. Richards (Pawsey & Payne), £9 155. 

139 The man mending a pen, by R. Houston, proof before all letters (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £24 los. 

140 The woman plucking a fowl, by R. Houston, proof before all letters (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £51. 

141 The man with a knife, by R. Houston, proof before letters, but slightly damaged 

(Pawsey & Payne), £22. 

ETCHINGS BY OLD MASTERS. 

143 Rembrandt, The small Jewish bride (Dunthorne), £3 3s. 

144 Rembrjindt, Portrait of a young lady with a head-dress of pearls ; and two 

portraits of men (Colnaghi & Obach), £2. 

146 Rembrandt, The prodigal son ; Portrait of Rembrandt with a drawn sabre ; 

Christ disputing with the doctors ; and si.x others (Dunthorne), £6 15s. 

147 Beham, H. S., Fortuna and Infortuniiun, a pair, and two Coats of arms 

(Dunthorne), £5. 

148 Bry, Theodore de, A triumphal procession ; and A Dutch merry-making, by 

C. Du Sart (Quaritch), £1 2s. 



149 Perseus relating to Andromeda the transforming power of Medusa's bead, 

by F. Bartolozzi, after J. B. Cipriani, in colours (Vaughau), £8. 

150 Sir Wilfrid Lawson, Bart., engraved by C. Turner, after J. Hoppner, private 

plate, open-letter proof (Maggs), £10. 
{Framed.) 

157 Tom and his pigeons, by C. Knight, after J . Russell, in colours ; La Rue des 

Toiles, Bourges, etching by C. Meryon (Biall), £1 i6s. 

158 The fruits of early industry and economy, by W. Ward, after G. Morland, 

publish 1789 (Foote), £3 3s. 

159 Constancy, by W. Ward, after G. Morland, face tinted (Foote), £4 15s. 

160 The romance, by J. R. Smith, after R. Westall, in colours (Aguew), £5 ids. 

161 Summer and Winter, a pair, by T. Nugent, after G. Morland (Foote), £6. 

162 Girl with kitten, and Girl with parrot, a pair, in colours ; Lady seated, in a 

landscape, by T. Nugent, after G. Morland (Foote), £3 5s. 

163 The seasons, a set of four, small ovals ; The love letter, small oval (Langton), £4. 

164 Sporting scenes, by H. Aiken, published by McLean, 1824, including Fox 

hunting. Badger baiting. Prize fight. Coursing, Bear baiting, and Dog fight ; 
Road to a fight, plate I, coloured aquatint, by H. Aiken (Foote), £2. 

165 The woodman's return, by J. Whessell, after F. Wheatley (Brail), £2. 

166 Englishmen in November ; Frenchmen in November, a pair, etchings by T. 

Rowlandson, coloured (Fords), 12s. 

167 An Italian family, by S. Aiken, after T. Rowlandson, coloured aquatint : 

Tea on shore, by T. Rowlandson, coloured aquatint ; Le Jeu de Billard 
Anglais, after H. W. Bunbury (Parsons), £3. 



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168 Characteristic sketches of the lower orders : London street cries, 47 coloured 

plates, by T. Rowlandson, and title page, in two frames (Spencer), £3. 

169 Miniatures of an Elderly lady, and Gentleman, in deep gilt frames ; A man 

sleeping, pen sketch in sepia, by A. L. (H. W. Smith), £1. 

170 View of Tantallon Castle, The bass rock, and the River Forth, by R. Dodd, 

after J. Farington ; View of the Forth, mcluding the Queen's Ferry, etc., 
with distant view of the Grampian Mountains, engraved by J. Edy and F. 
Jukes, after Farington, a pair of coloured aqiiatints (Rimell), £2 8s. 

171 Girtin, T., Drawing : A long panoramic view of the Thames (Surrey side) from 

Blackfriars to Westminster in sepia, signed — lejins. x 5 ft. 7 ins. (Rimell), 
£9 los. 
173 Hon. George Venables Vernon, by J. Dean, after Gainsborough, in colours 
(Langley), £5 5s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



December ii, 191 1. Christie's. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Anderson, W., Near Welwyn ; and At Wordleham, a pair — 7 X 21 (Stuart), 

£2 2S. 

2 Bennett, A., 1897, Arundel ; and Cattle on the hills (Butterworth), ti ris. 6d. 

3 Breanski, Annie de, Loch Lomond, a pair — 9} x 14 (Misell), £1 6s. 

4 Clare, A. M., Smuggler's house, Hythe ; Houses of Parhament, by M. Behrens ; 

and River scene, by F. R. (Whale), £1 is. 

5 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1889, Five sheep iu a pasture — 13^ X 20 (Radcliffe), 

£12 I2S. 

6 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1877, Six cows by a stream — 12J X 20 (RadcHfife), £15 15s. 

7 Oaoper, T. S., R.A., 1888, Cows and sheep on a hillside — 14 X 19 (Stuart 

£14 14s. 

8 Cooper, T. S., R.A., i886,_Sheep in the snow — 6J X gj (Mitchell), £10 los. 

9 Cooper, T. S., R.A., Group of cattle by a river — 6J X 9i (Sampson), £9 9s. 

10 Cxjwlishaw, T., Burgos ; and Eyreux, a pair — 15J x loj (Saunders), £1 12s. 6d. 

11 Earp, H, sen., Hamsey Church, Sussex ; and Lake scene, by M. E. Wratislaw 

(Butterworth), £1 is. 

12 Fox, H. C, 1899, Windsor from the river — 14 x 21 (Sampson), £1 is. 

13 Hardy, T. B., 1889, First boat in from mackerel fishing, Boulogne harbour, 

R.A., 1889—71 X 51 (Stuart), £32 12s. 

14 Hardy, T. B., 1891, Chioggia from the lagoons, Venice — 8J X 28 (Pearson),. 

£11 IIS. 

15 Hardy, T. B., Dutch boats ; and Stranded boat, by C. Pearson, 1886 (Stuart), 

16 Hayes, Claude, Weybridge Common ; and Old water-mill, near Dunwich 

(Straus), £3 13s. 6d. 

17 Hines, F., Song of the robin ; and Feeding the lamb, by D. BucciareUi (Murphy),. 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

18 Holyoake, R., The first umbrella— 19J X 16J (Mitchell), £4 4s. 

19 Holyoake, R., Impudence — 13J X 9I (Paris), £1 8s. 

20 Lacy, C. de, H.M.S. Warspite ; and The toy cannon, by Barrett (Bremner), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 
81 Lawson, J., Mary had a little lamb ; and The new kittens, by H. M. Bennett 
(Houldsworth), £2 5s. 

22 Melville, H., Summer ; and Winter, a pair — loJ X i2|- (Bremner), £1 iis. 6d. 

23 Noelsmith, The ferry ; and Sunset on a river, a pair — 14J x 24J (Mitchell), 

£3 3S- 

24 Paget, H. M., Cromwell and Charles I portrait ; and The maid of Perth 

(Sampson), £1 is. 

25 Paget, H. M., Play scene in Hamlet ; and Passing of Arthur (Sampson), 

£1 lOS. 

26 Paget, W., Marmion ; The master of Ravenswood and Lucy Ashton ; and 

Little Nell and her grandfather (Sampson), £3 3s. 

27 Parker, J., 1898-9, Backwater at Sutton Courtenay ; and Southboume, a pair 

9 X 13 (Sampson), £3. 

28 Parsons, Alfred, A.R.A., Bickleigh on the Exe — 9 X 13 (Sampson), £1 is. 

29 Parsons, A. Wilde, Salisbury Cathedral ; and Ely Cathedral, a pair — 11 J X 8f 

(Butterworth), £1 5s. 

30 Parsons, A. Wilde, York Minster ; and Gloucester Cathedral, a pair — 11 X 8} 

(Lister), £1 6s. 



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31 Rimington, A. W., Ceriana, nejir San Remo ; and Returning from the hay* 

field, by A. Wragge (Bremner), £1 is. 

32 Walters, G. S., Dutch creek ; and Wreck on the Northumberland coast, a pair 

— gi X i3i (Robinson & Williams), £3 los. 

33 Walters, G. S., In shelter ; Port Eynon Bay, S. Wales ; and Orford, Kent, by 

W. Anderson (Cooke), £3 3s. 

PICTURES. 

34 Lord Nelson, in naval \miform — 29* X 24J (Lister), £2 12s. 6d. 

35 Duke of Wellington, in dark coat and white vest — zgh X 24^ (Lister), £1 12s. 

36 Breanski, G. de. Fishing-boat ofi the coast — 27 X 35 (Backes), £4 14s. 6d. 

37 Albano, Wood-n^Tnphs — 39J x 49* (Fleischner), £1 iis. 6d. 

38 Annitage, T. Liddall, The sailor's holiday — 53J X 71 (Misell, jun.), £1 5s. 

39 Armitage, T. Liddall, lone — 40J X 60 (FothergiU), £2 12s. 6d. 

40 Armitage, T. Liddall, Tide coming in — 38 X 29 (\Miale), £1 is. 

41 Armitage, T. Liddall, 1890, The latest news — 37J X 28 (Stuart), £2. 

42 Armitage, T. Liddall, 1893, The fisherman's return — 25* X 39 (Bremner), 

£1 lOS. 

43 Armitage, T. Liddall, Haymaking — 29 X 37i (Peters), £2 Ss. 

44 Armitage, T. Liddall, In the orchard — 23 X 35 (Bremner), £1 i6s. 

45 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1872, Cattle by a rustic bridge— 27|- X 35* (Roy), £54 12s. 

46 Cooper, T. S., R.A., Dri\'ing cattle to water — 39 X 27^ (Lister), £47 5s. 

47 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1890, SLx cows in a pasture : Evening — 19^ X 29J 

(Sampson), £26 5s. 

48 Dutch School. Town on a river, panel — 22 X 33 (Smith), £2 23. 

49 Earl, Maud, Bassett hounds, a pair — 45J X 21J (Sampson), £8 8s. 

50 Earl, Maud, Who goes there ? Pass friend — 39* X 29 J (Newman), £1 los. 

51 Earl, Maud, Collies in the snow — 24* X 29! (Sampson), £8 i8s. 6d. 

52 Earl, Maud, An absent-minded beggar — 29 X 24J (Halford), £15 15s. 

53 Earl, Maud, Who are you? — 17^ x 23^ (Sampson), £3 3s. 

54 Fox, S., Good, and bad luck, a pair- — 12 X 8J (Newman), £1 iis. 6d. 

55 Fox, S., Port wine ; and Rum punch, a pair, panel — 8i X iii (Stuart), 

£3 5S. 

56 Fox, S., Consulting her lawyer ; and Coast scene (Sampson), £3. 

57 French School. Diana and Callisto, oval — 38 X 5oi (Reid), £1 iis. 6d. 

58 GObert, Sir J., R.A., i885, Brakespeare defending the staircase — 67^ X 47 

(FothergiU), £1 15s. 

59 Hall, H. R., Reconnoitring party : Loch Katrine — 22i X 42 (Schroeder), 

£2 5s. 

60 Hall, H. R., Highland cattle. Loch Lubnaig— 23* X 35i (Butterworth), 

£2 2S. 

61 Holyoake, R., 1898, Fish-washing in the Faroe Islands, R..-^., 1898 — 34 X 51 

(Sampson), £5 5s. 

62 Holyoake, R., 1896, An offer of marriage — 51 X 35j (Sampson), £5 5s. 

63 Holyoake, R., 1897, Madame Roland on her way to execution, R.A., 1897 — 

39 J X 49 (Sampson), £3 3s. 

64 Holyoake, R., The fortune-teller — 43^ X 35 (Sampson), £8 8s. 

65 Holyoake, R., 1900, Charles II and Nell Gwyime, R.A., 1900 — 27i X 39i_ 

(Sampson), £7 17s. 6d. 

66 Holyoake, R., Pomona — 39J X 27^ (Sampson), £6 6s. 

67 Holyoake, R., 1898, The lovers' walk — 29^ X 19J (Bremner), £1 15s. 

68 Holyoake, R., Crumpled rose-leaves — 19J X 29^ (Mitchell), £3 3s. 

69 Holyoake, R., The Dragon and George— 19 J X 28 (Mitchell), £4 4=. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



70 Holyoake, R., 1898, Home of the swans — igi X 29J (Sampson), £3 3s. 

71 Holyoake, R., The complete angler, R.A., 1901 — 19J X 23J, (Sampson), £4 4s. 

72 Holyoake, R., 1897, The inquisitive lover — 19J x 23^ (Mitchell), £g igs. 6d. 

73 Holyoake, R., Sweet seventeen ; and The banjo, a pair — 23 X 19 (Schroeder), 

£6 los. 

74 Holyoake, R., My mantelpiece — 19J X 23^ (MiseU, jmi.), £1 5s. 

75 Holyoake, R., 1897, Thorsharn, Faroe Islands, a pair — ii| X 21J (Butter- 

worth), £1 i8s. ^ 

76 Holyoake, R., Views in the Faroe Islands, a pair — gj X i2|- (Whale), £1 is. 
'77 Holyoake, R., L'homme qui Passe, panel; and Near the village, by J. A. 

(Bremner), £1 los. 

78 Holyoake, R., Interior ; and Head of a lady (Murphy), £1 los. 

79 Holyoake, R., Pasture-lands ; and Convalescent (Bremner), £1 5s. 

80 Holyoake, R., A Spanish belle, panel ; and Head of a CromweUian soldier 

(Butterworth), £1 los. 

81 Hulk, W. F., Pastures with cattle, a pair — 11 J x 8 J (Sampson), £1 los. 

82 KUbume, G. G., 1894, English sports, panel — 18 X 23^ (Sampson), £5 los. 

83 King, Yeend, River in autumn — 43 X 33 (Sampson), £7 7s. 

84 King, Yeend, Farm by the river — 23^- X 35J (Mitchell), £6 i6s. 6d. 

85 King, Yeend, Trout-stream — 29 X igj (Hoare), £13 13s. 

86 King, Yeend, Marsh meadows — 19J X 29J (Hoare), £11 iis. 

87 King, Yeend, Gathering nuts — igj X 29^ (Mitchell), £13 13s. 

88 MacWhirter, J., R.A., Brodrick Bay, Arran — 27 X 41 J (Sampson), £22 is. 

89 MacWhirter, J., R.A., Return of the flock — 23J X 37 (Sampson), £28 7s. 

90 MacWhirter, J., R.A., In the forest, Rothiemurchus, Inverness-shire — 35^ X 23} 

(Sampson), £19 19s. 

91 Morris, PhU, A.R.A., Farm-horse — 29^ X igi (Mitchell), £4. 

92 Parker, H. H., Berkshire stream ; and Banks of the Avon, a pair — 9J X 23i 

(AUen & Sons), £7 7s. 

93 Parton, Ernest, Waiting for the Ferry — 41J X 32 (Fishbum), £14 14s. 

94 Parton, Ernest, Quiet backwater — 35J X 28 (Fishburn), £12 12s. 

95 Parton, Ernest, Summer fields, Dorset — 21 X 35 (Fishburn), £12 12s. 

96 Peelers, Shipwreck near the coast, panel, oval — 19 X 27 (Peters), £2 5s. 

97 Pimm, W. E., Beggar with a monkey — 39 X 31 (Fleischner), £1 5s. 

98 Siegen, Aug., Kiel — 37 X 54 (Schroeder), £6 6s. 

99 Thors, J., Road scene ; and River scene, with cottages and figures, a pair 

— I5i X 22J (Honeywood), £4 15s. 

100 Wilson, J., Boats leaving harbour — 28 X 40 (Bremner), £1 15s. 

DRAWINGS. 

101 Foster, Birket, Winding the skein — 7 x loj (Glass), £13 13s. 

102 NeuviUe, A. de, A Franc-tireur, pen and ink — 10 X 8 (Sampson), £1 is. 

103 Modern. The state bed-chamber — i5f X 25 (Wliale), £1 is. 

104 Cattermole, G., Preaching in the baron's hall — isJ X 21 (Sampson), £6 6s, 

105 Lloyd, Tom, 1880, Summer noon — 17J x 31J (Sheriff), £7 7s. 

106 Hardy, T. B., 1882, On the Maas — i3j- x igi (Fishburn), £10 los. 

107 James, Francis, Peonies : and Bacchus and Ariadne, Indian ink (Brown), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

108 Willde, Sir D., R.A., 1826, Washing the beggars' feet at Rome — ii X 16J 

(Vicars), £1 5s. 

109 Richardson, T. M., Near Bamborough Castle : Evening — 7 X 12 (Sampson), 

£6 los. 
no Mottram, C. S., 1892, Off the coast of Essex — 19 X 28^ (Hicklin), £3 los. 



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111 Tuke, H. S., A.R.A., 1902, Boats ; and Hajinaking, by Claude Hayes (Hicklin), 

i7 17s. 6d. 

112 Wint, P. de, Still life on a table — 9 X 13^ (Bremner), {t, 13s. 6d. 

113 Hardy, J., Jun., 1881, On the moors, Glen Affric — loj X 16 (Price), £19 19s. 

114 Mole, J. H., 1868, Tarbert Castle, Loch Fyne — 11 X 20 (Sampson), £16 i6s. 

115 Rip, W. C, Twilight — loj X i4i (Sampson), £2 5s. 

116 Jiminez, L., The Tambourine-girl — izj X 19 (Fishburn), £7 7s. 

117 Angell, H. Coleman, Chrysanthemums in a vase — 16J X 12 (Wells), £3 135. 6d. 
riS Fisher, Mark, A.R.A., The Farm-cart — 14 x 20 (Brail), £11 us. 

119 Hardy, F. D., 1853, The rehearsal, pastel — 15 x 21J (West), £4 14s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

120 Hardy, F. D., 1882, The miser's daughter, panel — 5J X 7j (Sampson), £6 6s. 

121 Apol, L., Winter scenes, with windmills, panel (Schroeder), £13 13s. 

122 Spangi, B. von (Munich), 1887, Water-meadows — i8i X 28J (Peters), £7 7s. 

123 Selvatico, Luigi, SunUght in Venice — 30 X 25 (Schroeder), £3 13s. 6d. 

124 Knight, J., 1889, Evening, peat moss — 33 X 44^ (Sampson), £4 4s. 

125 Hooper, J. Horace, Fairlight Glen, Hastings — 49 x 39 (Paris), £7 7s. 

126 Shayer, W. J., Farmyard, with cattle and poultry — iij- x 15J (Fishburn), 

£3 3S. 

127 Weekes, F., Cavalry on the march — 7j X iif (Fleischner), £1 15s. 

128 Creswick, T., R.A., Welsh village, with figures, panel — 10 x 12} (Pearson), 

■'£12 I2S. 

129 WiUcock, G. B., Road scene, with horseman, panel — 11 x 8j (Sampson), 

£1 IS. 

130 Creswick, T., R.A., Old Manor farm ; and The rectory, a pair, panel — 8J x 6|- 

(Vicars), £22 is. 

131 Achenbach, A., 1867, Landscape, with cottage, panel — 7| x gj (Sampson), 

£27 6s. 

132 Luker, W., Cattle by the edge of a stream — 20 X 31^ (Lister), £6 6s. 

133 Luker, W., 1894, Spring morning: Cattle watering — 13^ x 23} (Fishburn), 

£445- 

134 Luker, W., 1880, Deer at Savemake ; and Autumn (Paris), £6 6s. 

135 Meadows, Arthur. 1902, Fishing-craft at anchor, Venice — 11 x 19J (Austen), 

£11 IIS. 

136 Herring, J. F., Fox-hunting : The covert side, and The death, a pciir — 

15* X 23} (Austen), £13 13s. 

137 Macbeth, R. W., R.A , The flower-stall — 32i X 44 (Manton), £27 6s. 

138 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., 1901, When Jove makes hay with the weather, R.A., 

1901 — 52 X 74i (Lister), £31 los. 

139 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., Nail-makers, Dinon ; and Sheep-shearing (White), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

140 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., Yealscombe ; and In clover (White), £7 7s. 

141 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., Oxford ; and By the sea (White), £5 15s. 6d. 

142 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., Rue Jerusalem, Dinon ; and The fireside (White), 

£6 6s. 

143 Leroy, A., Head of a girl — 14I x loj (Carey), £2 12s. 6d. 

144 Korff, A. H. Bakker, 1887, Une Marchande de Bric-a-Brac, panel — 5J x 4i 

(Sampson), £35 14s. 

145 Stark, Road through the forest, with peasant and cows — 36 X 31J (Paris), 

£5 15s- 6d. 

146 Radcliffe, R. W., 1877, Light leaves on the hill — 29^ X 19^ (Paris), £2 2S. 



114 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

147 Leeuw, A. de, Return of the flock: Winter — 35 X 27I (Sampson), £y 17s. 6d. 

148 Unterberger, F. R., Ponte St. Antonio, Venice — 32 X 27 (Lister), £42. 

149 Hiiline, F. W., 1873, Woody lane, with horseman — 23^ X igj (Carey), £7 7s. 

150 Solomon, A., The sixth age shifts into the lean and slippered pantaloon — 

29J X 34i (Sampson), £7 7s. 

151 Thors, J., Quiet stream — 29^ X 24J (Dotteridge), £4 4s. 

,152 Spohler, J. T., Frozen river scene, with woodcutters — 23 X igj (Fleisohner), 
£3 3S- 



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December 16, 191 1. Christie's. 

Property of the late G. E. Dering, Esq. 

PICTURES. 

ITALIAN SCHOOL. 

1 Saint Christopher and other saints, panel ; and Rinaldo and Annida (Chaloner), 

£5 5S. 

2 Dr. Varamio, in black dress and hat, holding a skull, panel — 21 X 16 (Cohen), 

£28 7s. . 

3 .'Vlbano, Cupid and Psyche — 45 X 57i (Cannon), £60 i8s. 

4 Albano, Noli me tangere ; and a print, by R. Delvaux, on copper, oval — 

7 X 9i (Headlam), £6 6s. 
3 Bartolommeo, Fra, The Madonna and Child, enthroned, with Saint Francis, 
the infant Saint John and three angels, panel, circular — 45J in. diam. 
(T. Permain), £157 los. 

6 Bassano, Ecce Homo — 28J X 22J (Nicholson), £2 r2S. 6d. 

7 Canaletto, Entrance to the Grand Csmal, Venice — 21 J X 30^ (A. Wertheimer), 

£22 IS. 

8 Canaletto, Buildings on the Grand Canal, Venice, with gondolas and figures — 

23i X 30J (Colnaghi & Obach), £672. 

9 Carracci, A., The Campagna and Mount Soracte, with figures in the foreground, 

panel, oval ; and Landscape, with buildings, figures and sheep, by Domeni- 
chino (Maynard), £5 5s. 

10 Domenichino, A cardinal, in red robes and cap — 24 X 19 (de Quinto), £7 7s. 

11 Domenichino, Saint John the Evangelist ; and Marriage of Saint Catherine, 

after Correggio (de Quinto), £6 6s. 

12 Domenichino, Ascension of the Virgin, oval ; and Cupid reclining (Chaloner), 

£8 8s. 

13 Guido, The Magdalen, panel ; David with the head of Goliath, on copper ; and 

a print (Grose), £1 5s. 

14 Maratti, Carlo, Peter reproving Simon Magnus — 29 X 37 (de Quinto), £2 15s. 

15 Mola, P. F., Landscape, with figures and sheep ; and HUly landscape, with 

figures, by S. Rosa (Winter), £2 15s. 

16 Mola, P. F., Saint Joseph and the Virgin ; and Cavalry engagement (de 

Quinto), £3 13s. 6d. 

17 Muziano, The Magdalen ; and Madonna and Child, panel (Headlam), £3 3s. 

18 Rosa, S., Timoclea before Ale.\ander — 42 X 6gi (de Quinto), £7 7s. 

19 Rosa, S., HUly landscape, with three soldiers — i8i X 25 J (Pettigrew), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

20 Rosa, S., Cavalry engagement ; and Battle-field, with monks and soldiers, a 

pair, panel — 7 J X gj (de Quinto), £3 los. 

21 Solimena, Deborah and Barak — 29J X 24^ (Cohen), £2 2S. 

22 Titian School. Madonna, in blue and red robes, holding the Infant Saviour — 

36J X 27i (Oppington), £6 6s. 

23 Vecchia, P. del, Figures fighting, panel — iij X 15J (Agnew), £2 2S. 

24 Veronese, P., BeUsarius — 34 x 46 (de Qviinto), £12 12s. 

25 Veronese, A Princess of the Comaro family, in black and white dress with white 

rufi — 30J X 26i (Chaloner), £2 2S. 

26 Volterra, Descent from the Cross — 35 X 25J (van Duren), £3 3s. 



Ii6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

FRENCH AND SPANISH SCHOOLS. 

27 Bourdon, S., Adoration of the shepherds : Design for a ceiling, circular — 36J 

ins. diam. (E. A. Smith), £4 4s. 

28 Claude, Sea port, with tower, shipping and figures — 41J x 57 (de Quinto), 

£19 19s. 

29 Claude, Morning ; and Evening ; Landscapes with classical temples, figures 

ai^d animals, a pair — 35 X 42 (Chaloner), £4 4s. 

30 French School. Wealth ; and Fame : Two female figures seated, a pair — 

24 X 48 (Nicholson), £21. 

31 Janinet, Mary Queen of Scots, in white dress and black hat, panel — 12J X 9f 

(Thrift), £84. 

32 Poussin, G., Landscape, with buildings and angler ; and Woody River scene, 

with figures (Colnaghi & Obach), £7 7s. 

33 Poussin, G., Roman ruins, with figures ; and Hilly landscape, with peasants 

(Oppington), £5 15s. 6d. 

34 Poussin, N., Birth of Bacchus ; and the engraving — 45 x 68 (Leggatt) 

£12 I2S. 

35 Poussin, N., Venus and Adonis, with Cupids — 57 X 66J (Cohen), £39 i8s. 

36 Poussin, N., The nurture of Jupiter — 32J X 40^ (Reyre), £10 ids. 

37 Spanish School, Don Phihppe Prosper, Prince of the Asturias, with dog at his 

feet— 53 X 27i (Arthur), £68 5s. 

38 Spanish School. Old man, with a letter, and woman lighting a candle ; 

and Man, holding a flask (T. Permain), £3 3s. 

39 Spanish School. Landscapes, with peasants and animals, a pair — ir X 34 

(Saunders), £7 7s. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

40 Hodges, W., R.A., Benares, with figures in the foreground — 54J X 66J (Leg- 

gatt), £3 3s. 

41 Hoppner, J., R.A., Phoebe Wright (Mrs. Hoppner) as " The Primrose Girl — 

35 X 27J (A. Wertheimer), £1,207 los. 

42 Hoppner, J., R.A., Thomas, Lord Pelham, second Earl of Chichester — 

29J X 24i (Tooth), £378. 

43 Lely, Sir P., Countess of Sunderland — 46 X 38 (Coureau), £225 15s. 

44 Lely, Duchess of Cleveland, in grey dress with blue scarf, holding a bow, of 

flowers — 62J X 46J (Tooth), £367 los. 

45 Father, River scenes, with buildings, boats, and figures ; Moonlight, a pair — 

20 X 23J (Leggatt), £6 6s. 

46 Wright, J., A.R.A., Rocky coast, with temple : Moonlight — 71^ X 51 (Whale), 

£1 IS. 

47 ZuccareUi, F., R.A., Wood river scene, with peasants and animals — 39 X 57i 

(Leggatt), £9 19s. 6d. 

48 Zuccarelli, F., R.A., Landscape, with builduigs, two women m the foreground — 

20 X 27i (Leggatt), £10 los. 

DUTCH, FLEMISH, AND GERMAN SCHOOLS. 

49 Artois, Woody landscape, with horsemen and figures — 47J X 68 (Cohen)' 

£31 IDS. 

50 Backer, J. A., Gentleman, in dark satin dress, embroidered vest and white 

shirt, gold chain, black hat, with jewels, panel — 26 X 22 (Hughes), £84. 

51 Berchem, River scene, with ruin and animals — ifi X 27 (Headlam), £5 5s. 

52 Bloemen, P. van, Figures, horses, and goats, by a ruined temple — 17 X 24 

(CoUings),£5 15s. 6d. 



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53 Bol, F., Lady, in dark dress open at the neck, with black cap and string of 

pearls — zgi X 24^ (Nicholson), £42. 

54 Brill, P., Woody river scene, with waterfall and banditti — 35i >; 50J 

(Schroeder), £12 12s. 

55 Camphuysen, G., Farm scene, panel — 22 J X 32 (Cohen), £9 gs. 

56 Cuyp, A., River scene, with buildings, boats and figures, panel, oval — 15 X igi 

(Lippmann), £168. 

57 Cuyp, A., Figures, horses and dog, panel — loj x 15 (A. Wertheimer), £546. 

58 Cuyp, Fisherfolk on the shore at Scheveningen, panel — 13! X i2i (Richardson), 

£32 IIS. 

59 Denner, Head of an old man, panel ; and Head of a saint, by Lanfranco 

(Winter), £4 4s. 

60 Diest, van, Bay scene, with boats ; and River scene, with boats and figiires, 

by S. Rosa (Blake), £4 14s. 6d. 

61 Droogsloot, Boors at a repast ; and Landscape, with castle, by Tempesta 

(Cohen), £8 8s. 

62 Dutch School. Landscape, with banditti : and Men-of-War ofi the shore 

(Grose), £5 5s. 

63 Eeckhout, G. van den. Gentleman, in blue dress, and his wife in white dress,. 

with their son and daughter, dogs and dead game in the foreground — ■ 
53J X 76 (Cohen), £262 los. 

64 Falens, C. van. Hawking party — 19J x 24 (Ceilings), £12 12s. 

65 Hobbema, View, near a \'illage, with a church, a cottage under some trees, 

and peasants with a cow on a road — 35 X 47i (Roe), £110 5s. 

66 Holzhausen Portraits, The Master of the. Gentleman, in dark figured dress, 

trimmed with fur, holding a medallion of Saint George, panel — 20^ X 14- 
(Martin), £2,152 los. 

67 Jordaens, Christ healing the sick— 66 x 88 (Mori), £29 8s. 

68 Knyf, W., View at Nimeguen, with buildings, boats and figures — 38 X 60 

(Cohen), £215 5s. 

69 Lievens, Jan, Head of an old man, with grey dress and long beard — 30 X 25^ 

(Buttery), £63. 

70 Lint, van, HiUy landscapes, with figures, a pair ; Cavalry skirmish ; and Parrot 

and bunch of grapes (Rogers), £5 15s. 6d. 

71 Lootens, Jan, Woody road scene, with cavaliers and lady— 4ii x 34J (Glen), 

£39 i8s. 

72 Metzu, Gentleman, in dark dress, resting his elbow on a chair — loj X 9 

(Pettigrew), £23 2S. 

73 Meulen, F. van der, Louis XIV on the march — 26 x 35J (Leggatt), £12 12s. 

74 Miel, Jan, Peasants and sheep — 13^^ X 17 (Lousada), £10 los. 

75 Naiveu, M., Card-players ; and The sick lady : Candlelight, a pair — i2i X 15 J 

(Lippmann), £136 los. 

76 Ostade, A. van, Woman and two boors, in abam, panel, circular-:-i3 J ins, diam. 

(Lippmann), £210. 

77 Pourbus, F., Lady, in dark dress and white head-dress, panel — 16J x 13 

(Colnaghi & Obach), £157 los. 

78 Rembrandt, Head of a lady, with rich dress, panel — 14^ X 10} (Oppington), 

£r6 i6s. 

79 Rombouts, S., Woody river scene, with two figures on a path, panel — 17 X 25^ 

(Clark), £11 OS. 6d. 

80 Rubens School. Head of an old man, panel ; Old man, with a book, by 

Ribera ; Old man, with a staff, panel ; and Man, with turban, panel 
(Parsons), £22 is. 



ii8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

8i Swanevelt, H., Landscape, with figures driving animals — 14J x 19 (Leger), 
£4 14s. 6d. 

82 Uden, Van, Landscape, with figures and sheep — 41 X 68J (Wynberger), 

£18 i8s. 

83 Velde, W. van de, SaiUng-boats in a breeze, panel — raj X 11 (Lippmann), 

£73 los. 

84 Verboom, A., Woody road scene, with cottage and figures : Sunset, panel — 

i2i X 17 (Pettigrew), £S 8s. 

85 VreU, J., View in Delft, with a charlatan and numerous figures, panel — 

274- X 23 (Gooden & Fox), £42. 

86 Wynants, J., Woody landscape, with horseman, figures and mule, a river 

beyond, signed, and dated 1659 — 37 >^ 52J (Wagner), £31 ids. 

The Property of the Great-grand-daughter of the Artist. 

DRAWINGS. 

87 Gardner, D., Studies for Count Ugolino as " The Banished Lord," a pair — 

loi X 8]- (Wagner), £2 12s. 6d. 

PICTURE. 

88 Gardner, D., Miss Elizabeth Howard, daughter of Francis Howard, A.R.A., 

engraver — 29 X 24 (A. Wertheimer), £2,310. 

The Property of W. B. Wilberforce, Esq., of Markington, 
via Leeds. 

89 Highmore, J., Portrait of William Wilberforce, Esq., and his wife (grand- 

father of WiUiam Wilberforce, the Emancipator) — 39 X 49 (Ccureau), 
£325 los. 

90 Romney, G., Robert Wilberforce, Esq., father of the Emancipator — 28 x 23J 

(Witley), £47 5s. 

91 Rising, J ., William Wilberfoce, Esq., philanthropist — 49J >: 39J (A. Wer- 

theimer), £693. 

The Property of the late Mrs. J. M. Burn, of 93, Sidney 
Place, Bath. 

92 Raeburn, Sir H. R.A., Mrs. Alexander Henderson — 29J X 24! (Colnaghi), 

£840. 

93 Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., Alexander Henderson, Esq., Lord Provost of Edin- 

burgh — 29i X 24i (A. Reid), £231. 

94 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Sir Thomas Mills (fought under Wolfe at Quebec), 

oval — 28 X 23 (Renton), £409 los. 

The Property of a Gentleman. 

95 Rubens, Sir p. p., /Eneas assisting Dido to dismount, panel — 17J X 23 (Agnew), 

£892 IDS. 

96 Albano, Andromeda — 19 X 14 (Cohen), £3 13s. 6d. 



PICTURES. 

97 Key, W., Lady, in black dress, with small lace ruff, a gold chain round her 

waist, panel — 31 J X 23 (Pawsey & Payne), £94 los. 

98 Wright, J., A.R.A., Mr. and Mrs. William Chase— 55i X 75 (SuUey & Co.), 

£462. 

99 Wright, J., A.R.A., William Chase, Esq., father of the above ; and his Wife, 

ovals, a pair — 29^ X 24J (Agnew), £283 los. 
100 Cocques, G., Family at a repast, in a landscape- — 37 X 51^ (Agnew), £315. 



December i6, 191 1. iig 



loi Downman, J., A.R.A., Edward IV, on a visit to the Duchess of Bedford, is 
enamoured of Lady Elizabeth Gray — vide Hume's History of England — 
R.A., 1797 — 44 X 56 (Copeland), £110 5s. 

102 Micker, Johannes, View on the Rhine, with castle, and wagon, panel — 

171 X 24i (Colnaghi Sc Obach), £141 15s. 

103 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Edward, Twelfth Earl of Derby, in dark coat, yellow 

vest, and buff breeches — 49 X 39^ (A. Wertheimer), £315. 

104 Claes, P., Glasses, plates and still life on a table, signed with monogram, and 

dated 1635, panel — 16* X 24 (Agnew), £152 5s. 

105 Owen, W., R.A., Baron Ward, in dark coat and vest, with white stock — 

29 X 24J (Teller), £22 is. 

106 Early English School. Mrs. Waddington, in white dress with black lace shawl, 

holding on her knee her infant child — 40J X 30J (Renton), £78 15s. 

107 Hoppner, J., R.A., Peter Dolland, optician — 29^ X 24 (Bell), £42. 

The Property of the late Countess de Noailles, Grand- 
daughter of Mrs. Henry Baring, depicted in the picture. 

io8 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., Portrait of Mrs. Baring and two children, RA., 
1821 — 78 X 78 (A. Wertheimer), £8,400. 

The Property of the late Edward Dicey, Esq., C.B., of 2, 
Gray's Inn Square. 

109 Raebum, Sir H., R.A., Mrs. Dicey {nee Annie Mary Stephen) — 29 X 24^ 

(withdrawn), 

no Raebum, Sir H., R.A., Thomas Edward Dicey, Esq., of Claybrooke Hall, 

husband of the above — 29 X 24 J (withdrawn). 

The Property of H. D. O'Hara, Esq, BallincoUig, Cork. 

111 Hoppner, J., R.A., Mrs. O'Hara, wife of John Hamilton O'Hara, Esq., of 

CrebiUy and Portglenone, Ireland — 29 X 24i (Soames), £262 los. 

The Property of Sir George Chetwynd, Bart., Grendon 
Hall, Atherstone. 

112 Bloemaert, H., Gentleman, in black dress, turning over the leaves of a book, 

signed, and dated 1668, panel — 15 x 12J (Agnew), £52 los. 

113 Canaletto, A., Views in the Piazza of St. Mark's, Venice, with numerous figures, 

a pair — aij X 31J (A. Wertheimer), £78 15s. 

114 Cuyp, White horse at a trough, panel — 13! x ii.J^ (Obie), £13 13s. 

115 Dance, N., R.A., The worn-out soldier — 49 x 39 (Paterson), £19 19s. 

116 Dubbels, H., View on the coast, with men-of-war and boats in a squall — 

44 J X 65^ (Van Duren), £29 8s. 

117 Denner, B., Head of an old man, with long white beard, wearing fur cap — 

21 X 18 (Gooden & Fox), £22 is. 

118 Early English School. A nobleman, in scarlet coat and ermine robe — 29J X24I 

(Shepherd), £28 7s. 

119 Flinck, G., Gentleman, in black dress and cap, with white collar and cuffs, 

panel — 30* X 25 (Parsons), £38 17s. 

120 Griffier, Jan, Town on a river, with boats and figures — 18 X 24 (Pawsey and 

Payne), £26 5s. 

121 Hals, F., The smoker : A peasant, wearing a large felt hat, and holding a clay 

pipe in his right hand, oval — 23 X 19 (Cohiaghi & Obach), £2,100. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



122 Hogarth, W., A view of the Inner Temple and Papal buildings, with figures ; 

the river in the background — 34 x 49 (Gooden & Fox), £168. 

123 Janssens, C, Lord Falkland, in black dress, with white lace collar, and flowing 

hair — 30J X 24 (A. Wertheimer), £24r los. 

124 Lely, Sir P., Lady, in yellow dress, with slashed sleeves, pearl necklace and 

earrings, her hair in ringlets — 29^ X 24J (Agnew), £420. 
I-; Lely, Sir P., Head of a lady, with pearl earrings, her hair in cruris, circular- — 12J 
ins. diam. (Agnew), £r57 los. 

126 Leyden, Lucas van (School of). Madonna and Child, with four saints, seated, 

in the gardens of a palace ; the Almighty and angels in the clouds, panel — 
27 X igi (Elen), £141 15s. 

127 Maes, N., Lady, in white satin dress, with red scarf and pearl ornaments, by a 

fountain ; signed, and dated 1664 — 31J X 25^ (Colnaghi & Obach), 
£1,102 los. 

125 Maes, N., Gentleman, in grey dress with brown cloak, and white cravat — 

29J X 24i (Obie), £18 i8s. 

129 Mierevelt, M. J., Lady, in black dress with figured sleeves, pauei — 28 x 23 

(Leggatt), £7r 8s. 

130 Mignard, P., Lady, in white dress with rich gteen scarf, oval — 285 X 24 

(Gcodeu & Fox), £136 los. 

131 Molenaer, J. M., Interior of a tavern, peasants merrymaking, panel — 13J X 15J 

(Obie), £15 15s. rVi 

132 Odekerken, W., A cookmaid, with a cat, fish, and culinary utensils — 38 X 425 

(Paterson), £3r los. 

133 Poussin, G., Woody landscape, with classical figures ; and The engraving, by 

WooUett and Browne — -igj X 25 J (Smith), £33 i3f. 

134 Rembrandt, Portrait of an old lady, in brown dress and white head-dreK, her 

hands clasped — 29 X 23J (Smith), £525. 

135 Ryckaert, H., Boors playing cards — igi X 25J (Vicars), £21. 

136 Scott, S., View of Westminster from the river, with the bridge in course of 

construction — 36 X 58 (Agnew), £i6S. 
I j7 Stevaerts, PaJamedes, Cavaliers and ladies in an apartment, panel — 27J X 36i 
((Scudstikker), £99 15s. 

138 Storck, A., Man-of-war and shipping off a port — 21 1 x 26J (Cohen), £37 l6s. 

139 Weenix, J. B., Dead duck and other birds on a bank — 35^ X 31 (Goudstikker), 

£46 4S. 

140 Williams, E., River scene, with windmill and boats: Mooniight — 24^ X 29i 

(Paterson), £5 5s. 



December 19, 1911. 



December 19, 191 1. Christie's. 

Remaining Works of the late Ernest Crofts, R.A., and 
Pictures and Drawings by other Artists. 

ENGRAVINGS. 
{Framed.) 

1 General Elliot, after Hone, by R. Pollard ; and H.R.H. The Duke of York, 

after Coffin, by J. Jones (Harvey), fi 15s. 

2 Oliver Cromwell on horseback ; Le Pot au Lait, and companiDn, after Wouver- 

man, by Le Bas ; and five others (Le Rossignol), £5 5s. 

3 ] ack on a cruise, published by Sayers and Bennett ; Battlepiece ; and five 

others, in colours (Jacobsen), 5s. 

WORKS BY ERNEST CROFTS, R.A. 

DRAWINGS IN BLACK AND WHITE. 

In the Folio. 

4 Studies of figures of Cromwellian period (10) (Pirch), £1 4s. 

5 Cavalrymen and soldiers, ditto (10) (Cox), £1 8s. 

6 Cavaliers and other figures, ditto (10) (Kinr-ella), £1 4s. 

7 Studies cf soldiers, etc., ditto (10) (Pirch), £1. 

8 Studies of men in armour, etc., ditto (10) (Smith), fi los. 

9 A standard-bearer and other studies, ditto (10) (Cox), £1 Ss. 

10 A cavalier and horse ; and other figures, ditto (xo) (Leggatt), £1 iss. 

11 Studies of figures, of different periods (9) (A. Harris), £2 4s. 

12 Figure studies, Waterloo period (10) (Cox), £x los. 

13 Horse soldiers ; and other studies, ditto (10) (K. Allen), £1 6s. 

{Framed.) 

14 Charles I ; The executioner : and four other studies, for " Whitehall, January 

30Lh, 1649 " (The execution of Charles I) (Cox), £4 los. 

15 Queen Elizabeth ; Sir Thomas Gtesham ; The Earl of Leicester : and four 

other studies, for " Queen Elizabeth opening the Royal Exchange " (Pirch), 
I5 los. 

16 Queen Elizabeth ; Sir Thomas Gresham ; and four other studies, for " Queen 

Elizabeth opening the Royjl Exchange " (Cox), £4 4s. 

17 A study for " An afi'air of honour " ; A study for " The gunpowder plot " ; 

and three others (Smith), I4.. 
16 Fcur studies ior " Wallenstein " (Pirch), fz. 

19 Two studies for " Roundheads victorious " ; and four othets (Allen), £2 los. 

20 Siudy of Oliver Cromwell for " Oliver Cromwell at Marst.-n Moor " ; Study 

for the " Storming of Basing House " ; and four others (Pirch), ^3 5s. 

21 Two studies for "The knisht's farewell" (Cox), £2 5s. 

22 Five studies for " The surrender of Donn'n^ton Castle "' (Kinsella), £3. 

23 Three studies for " Charles II at Whiteladies " : and four others (Rossignol), 

24 Three studies lor " At the Sign of the Blue Bear ' ; and two others (Pirch), 

£2 lOf. 
23 Six studies for •' Prince Rupert and his staff at Marston Moor" (Pirch) £3 los. 
26 Two studies for " Oliver Cromwell at Marston Moor " : and four others (Pirch), 

£3- 



122 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



87 Two studies for " Whitehall, January 30th, 1649 " ; and five studios cf 
Cromwellian soldiers (N. Harris), £3. 

28 Studies for the chaplain and other figures for " The funeral of Charles I " 

(Pirch), £-2 los. 

29 Studies of figures for " The funeral of Charles I " (Bird), £1 15s. 

30 Studies of cavaliers for " The funeral of Charles I " (Mullen), £3. 

31 Two studies for " The funeral of Charles I " ; and three others (A. Harris), £2 5s. 

32 Five studies of the Duke of Marlborough's soldiers (Rossignol), £3 15s. 

33 Five studies of mounted men, of the Marlborough period (Cox), £2 5s. 

34 Five studies of soldiers and other figures, of the Marlborough period (Cox), 

£2 15s. 
33 Five studies for " Wellington's March from Quatre Bras to Waterloo" (Jack- 
son), £2 15s. 

36 Three studies for " Near La Belle Alliance at dawn " ; and two others (Fenton), 

£& 15s. 

37 Study for " On the evening of the Battle of Waterloo " ; and four others 

(Fenton), £2 los. 

38 Study for " The morning of Waterloo " ; and five others (Fenton), £5. 

38A Two studies for " The Storming of Basing House " ; and foiur others (A. Harris), 
£2 5s. 

39 Two studies for " The Morning of Waterloo " ; and three others (Cox), £2 5s. 

40 A study of the Emperor's aide-de-camp for " Ligny " ; and four others (Cox), £3. 

41 Two studies for " The attack on the Gate House, Hougoumont " ; and four 

others (A. Harris), £2 15s. 

42 A study for " Napoleon leaving Moscow " ; and four others (A. Harris), £2 los. 

43 Three studies for " Napoleon's last grand attack, Waterloo " ; and three others 

(A. Harris), £2 los. 

44 Six studies of mounted men, Waterloo period (Pirch), £2 5s. 

45 Five studies of infantry men, time of Waterloo (A. Harris), £2 5s. 

46 Five studies of officers, Waterloo period (Darner), £2 5s. 

47 Studies of soldiers on the march, etc., Waterloo period (Sampson), £1 15s. 

48 Study of a prisoner ; and five other studies, Waterloo period (A. Harris), £2. 
40 Four studies of soldiers, period of the Franco-Prussian war ; and two others- 

(A. Harris), £2 3s. 

DRAWINGS IN COLOUR. 

50 Four studies of costumes, and Still life (Pirch), £1 is. 

51 Studies of officers and men for " The King distributing medals to the C.I.V."^ 

pencil and colour (Pirch), £3 5s. 

52 Four similar studies for the same picture, pencil and colour (Pirch), £1 iSs. 

53 Studies of officers for the same picture, pencil and colour (Pirch), £4. 

54 Ofiicers and men of the C.I.V., pencil and colour (Sampson), £2. 

55 Two cavaliers on horseback : Study for a picture never painted — 14 X loj 

(Wells), £9 9S. 

56 Queen Elizabeth opening the Royal Exchange : Sketch for the picture in the 

Royal Exchange, pastel — 47 X 30J (Lister), £21. 

57 Prince Rupert and his staff at Marston Moor, pastel — ^37 X 60 (Michael),, 

£54 I2S. 

STUDIES IN OILS. 

58 Near Ilkley, Yorks. (Plowman), £1 6s. 

59 The river at Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire ; and Landscape (Rees), £5 15s. 6d 
■ 60 Road scene, with cart (Pirch), £2 15s. 

61 Fallen soldier ; and Old veteran (Sampson), £3 los. 



December 19, 191 1. 123 



62 Three studies of horses (Sampson), £2 los. 

63 Gromwellian soldier, mounted ; and Horse and groom (Gooden & Fox), ^14 14s, 

64 Two studies of horses (Bower), £3 3s. 

65 Study of a horse (Bower), £4 14s. 6d. 
.66 A royal charger (Sampson), £4 4s. 

67 Road scene, with bridge ; and Bridge over stream (Pirch), £3 3s. 

68 Near Dusselthal (Rossignol), £g 19s. 6d. 

69 An arquebusier for " The execution of Charles I " ; and another story (King), 

jfll IIS. 

70 Cromwellian soldier, standing at bay ; and Sentinel, of the time of Waterloo 

(Mullen), £26 5s. 

71 A captain : Study for " Cromwell at Marston Moor " ; An arquebusier ; and A 

trumpeter (Fassell), £15 15s. 

72 The Earl of Leicester ; A Halberdier; and Man, kneeling : three studies for 

the picture in the Royal Exchange (Sampson), £10 los. 

SKETCHES IN OILS FOR PICTURES NEVER PAINTED. 

73 Duke of Wellington and his staff — 9 X 6i (Pirch), £4. 

74 Army leaving a town — i7j x 12J (Newman), £6 6s. 

75 Duke of Wellington leaving a battlefield — 11 X 17 (Cassell), £7 ys. 

76 Charge of Marlborough's troops — 16 X 25 (Sampson), £14 14s. 

SKETCHES IN OILS. 

77 Evening before Ligny — loj X 7 (Rossignol), £4 4s. 

78 Army in retreat — 9 :■: 15 (Pearson), £3 3s. 

79 Army on the march — gj X 15 (Newman), £3 3s. 

80 At the Sign of the Blue Boar, Holborn : Study for the picture exhibited in the 

Royal Academy, 1883, panel — iij x i6| (Rossignol), £26 5s. 

81 Marlborough after the battle of Ramilies : Study for the picture exhibited in 

the Royal Academy, 1880 — lof x 23 (Sampson), £30 9s. 

82 Oliver Cromwell at Marston Moor : Study for the picture exhibited in the 

Royal Academy, 1877 — 23 X 16J (Sampson). £25 4s. 

83 H.M. Queen Victoria at the Aldershot Review, 1887 — 21 X 3-2^ (Eaton), 

£35 14s- 
£4 The French retreat after the Battle of Gravelotte ; made in 1873 for the artist's 
first pictiue exhibited in the Royal Academy, which is now at Konigsberg 
— 22j X 37 (Eaton), £25 4s. 

PICTURE. 

85 The funeral of her late Majesty Queen Victoria, R.A., 1903 — 35 X 41 (McBwen), 

£131 5S. 

WORKS BY OTHER ARTISTS. 

DRAWINGS. 

86 Landscapes, birds, etc. (4), Japanese drawings on silk (Collings), i8s. 

87 Carpenter, W., Head of a boy, pastel, oval ; and River scene, by J. Varley 

(Benson), £2 12s. 6d. 

88 Constable, Woody lane, with cart and figures — 12 X 8f (Permain), £44 2s. 

89 Millet, J. F., i860, La Bruleuse, black and white chalk — 14J x loj (Smith), 

£25 4S. 

90 Pocock, Sir G. F., 1855, 1° the trenches before Sebastopol — 12 X 27i (Fosbery), 

15s. 

91 Watteau, Figures in a landscape, black and white chalk ; and Female stud v, 

red chalk (Rutley), £6 6s. 



124 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

PICTURES. 

92 Cavalier, in armour, biolding a baton — 20 X 23 (Leggatt), £6 6s. 

93 Viscount Boyle, in armour, with periwig holding a baton — 4S X 39 (Pirch), 

£8 8s. 

94 Robert Cecil, Earl of Salisbury, in Garter robes, holdir.g a chamberlain' s wand 

— 52* X 4.6J (Leger), £14 14s. 

95 Craosbeeck, Five peasants singing,, panel — 16 X 22} (Richardson), £16 i6s. 

96 Dutch School. Hawking implements, panel — 21 X 17J (Parsons), £1 i';. 

97 Grief, A., Peasant, dog, and dead game in a landscape, panel — 8 X 11 (Leger), 

£2 2S. 

98 Italian School. Madonna and Child with the infant St. John— 26 X 20 

(Rossignol), £4 14s. 6d. 

99 Mompers, Woody landscape, with horseman and figures, panel — 26* X 35 

(Parsons), £10 los. 
100 Phillips, T., R.A., Mrs. Heaton, in black dress with blue scarf and white turbstn 

— 92 X 56i (Mace), £241 los. 
loi Rembrandt School. Head of a Rabbi, panel — 6| X 4J (Rossignol), £3 135. 6d. 



December 19, 191 1. 125 



December 19, 191 1. Sotheby's. 

The Property of E. Foxwell, Esq., Professor of 
Economics at the Imperial University of Tokyo, 1896-99. 

JAPANESE COLOUR PRINTS. 

II Toyonobu (Ishikawa), Playing in snow ; Hoso-ye ; Beni-ye in pink and green ; 
signed (Ellison), £1 2s. 

14 The parting : A youth standing beside a girl ; large size, almost square ; signed 

(Punnett), £s 15s. 

15 The last whifE : An Oiran seated before her tobako-bon ; medium size, almost 

square ; signed (Wilson), £5 los. 

16 Fishing : A youth fishing ; large size, almost square, without text ; signed 

(Harding & Smith), £3 5s. 

17 A reflection of Kinko : Interior scene ; large size, almost square ; signed (Foster), 

£10. 

18 Illustration of a poem by Tenchi Tenno ; medium size, almost square ; s^ed 

(Stocky, £1 I2S. 

19 Hashirakake : Nuno Shirabi Tamagawa : a woman standing by a stream holding 

wet clothes ; poem and portrait of the poet above, one of the Fuzoku Roku 
Tamagawa series : signed (Ellison), £2 2s. 

21 The Asakusa Gate : Two young courtezans ; large size, almost square ; one of 

a series Furyu Nana Komachi ; signed (Wilson), £4 5s. 

22 Two small prints : Two girls walking in a field at autumn ; signed ; and a Girl 

playing with a dog (Hall), £2 2S. 

23 Hashirakake : A girl upon a horse, smoking and talking to a youth ; signed 

(Wilson), £1 i6s. 

24 Hashirakake : Two girls under a pine tree ; signed (Wilson), £1 i6s. 

25 Hashirakake : A woman and girl on a bridge ; signed (Wilson), £1 r6s. 

26 Hashirakake : A woman washing clothes ; signed ; and another The seven 

Gods of Good Fortune in the treasure ship ; unsigned ; both mounted as 
kakemono (Harding & Smith), £1 los. 

27 Hashirakake : An Oiraa on parade and her two Kamuro ; Saigyo Hoshi viewing 

Fuji, riding backwards on a horse ; both signed ; both mounted as kakemono 
(Ellison), £1 6s. 

28 Masunobu (Tanaka), Hashirakake : A girl crossing a bridge in a gale of wind ; 

signed, mounted as a kakemono (Wilson), £2 2s. 

SHUNSHO (Katsugawa), 1724 — 1792. 

29 Taira no Atsumori setting out for war ; full size, upright ; signed (Ellison), £245. 

30 Nakamura Tomijuro as a woman, pipe in hand ; Hoso-ye. — Otani Oniji in male. 

character ; small size, almost square ; both signed (Wilson), £1 4s. 
KIYONAGA (ToRii), 1752— 1814. 

31 A theatrical duo : Segawa Kikunojo as the Oiran Keisei Chiyosaki ; Hoso-ye. — ■ 

A group of Chinese children playing Japanese games ; medium size, almost 
square ; both signed (Sotheran), £1. 

33 Kodokara Go Setsu Asobi : Hina Matsuri, third day of the third month ; signed 

(Sotheran), £1 83. 

34 Kodokara Go Setsu Asobi : Tanabata, seventh day of the seventh month ; 

signed (Soutten), £1 is. 

35 Hashirakake : A woman in a black kimono ; signed : mounted as a kakemono 

(Inada), £1. 



126 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

36 Hashirakake : An Oiran standing up in a boat ; signed ; mounted as a kakemono 

(Blewitt), £1 IS. 

37 Shuncho (Katsugawa), Hashirakake : A courtezan beside a barred window ; 

signed ; sealed Churin ; mounted as a kakemono (Sotheran), £j 8s. 

38 Shunman (Kubo), A night scene : Right-hand sheet of a triptych ; full size, 

upright ; signed (Hall), £2 6s. 
40 Shunshen (Kashosai), Two landscapes : A group of women taking shelter from 

rain ; signed Shunshen ; and Women \'iewing cherry blossom at Gotenyama ; 

signed (Sotheran), £1 12s. 
^l Shigemasa (Kitao), Enoshima Kinkisan Shichi-ri ga hama, Kamakura yama: 

View of Enoshima, the mound of the golden tortoise, and the Seven Ri 

Beach, from Kamakura Mountain ; full size, oblong ; signed (Wilson), £2 14s. 
42 Masanobu (Kitao), Hashirakake : Full-length figure of a Bijin wearing a black 

crSpe kimono ; signed ; mounted as a kakemono (Kato), £1 8s. 

44 Utamaro (K^tigawa), Picking Persimmon ; triptych ; full size, upright ; 

signed (Wilson), jfga. 

45 Shiokumi : Carrjdng salt water ; left-hand sheet of a triptych ; full size, upright ; 

signed (Watson & Smith), £2 2S. 

YEISHI (ChobuxVsai). 

49 A flower party ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed ; framed (Harvey), £31. 

50 Wakana of Matsuba-ya ; medium size, upright ; on a pale yellow ground ; 

signed (Cappell), £5 15s. 

51 Yeiri (ReWsenteil, Onna Gyoretsu, one sheet of a pentaptych ; full size, upright ; 

signed (Watson & Smith), £1 14s. 

52 Toyohiro (Utagawa), Visitors to Enoshima ; full size, upright ; signed (Wilson), 

£2 15s. 

TOYOKITNI (Utagawa). 
54 Spring blossoms, centre sheet of a triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Watson 

and Smith), £1 2S. 
59 Fuji Bitai Hana no Gyoretsu : A procession of flowers with Fuji foreheads ; 

pentaptych ; full size, upright ; signed ; mounted as a makimono (Stock), 

£2 lOS. 
63 Three unpublished drawings, outline blocks for part of a set of The stations of 

the Tokaido ; all full size, oblong (Kato), £2 14s. 
65 Kono Moronawo no Yo-ouchi, The night attack on Kono Moronawo ; triptych ; 

full size, upright ; signed (Metzgar), £1. 

67 Bozen Tamuke no zu : View of the astounding oSering for the grave ; triptych ; 

full size, upright ; signed (Jletzgar), £1 8s. 
67A Gishi Shi-u-shichi nin Hommo toge teki no Kubi no mochi Hikiage no zu : 
The great desire of the 47 faithful soldiers achieved, the enemy's head taken 
back in company ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Punnett), £2 2s. 

68 Sengaku-ji hiki-tori no zu : View of the return to Sengaku Temple ; triptych ; 

full size, upright ; signed (Hall), £2 5s. 

69 Sengaku-ji hiki-tori Shoko no zu : View of the incense burning on the return to 

Sengaku Temple ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Hall), £2 5s. 

70 Gishi, Shoko no zu : View of the faithful soldiers burning incense ; triptych 

full size, upright ; signed (Metzgar), £1 5s. 

71 Yoshikazu (Ichijusai), Kiso no Yoshinaka Awazu Ochi no zu : The defeat of 

Kiso no Yoshinaka at Awazu ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed and 
dated 1856 (Sotheran), £1 12s. 
75 Hokusai (Katsushika), Kozuke, Sano, Funa bashi Cuyu : The bridge of boats 
at Sano, Kozuke ; snow scene ; full size, oblong, one of the set The famous 
bridge ; signed (Kato), £4 4s. 



December 19, 191 1. 127 



76 Chiushingura, Act IV (Kato), £1. 

77 Illustration of a poem by Ariwara no Narihira : Peasants crossing a bridge ; 

signed (Ellison), £2 2S. 

78 Illustration of a poem by Fujiwara no Toshiyuki : A great junk sailing on the 

Bay of Suminoe iii Settsu ; signed (Inada), £1. 

79 Illustration of a Poem by Minamoto no Muneyuki : A winter scene ; signed 

(Sotheran), £5 17s. 6d. 

80 Hokkei (Todoya), Soshu, Hakone no Seki : The Barrier of Hakone, Soshu ; 

snow scene ; signed (Foster), £2 2s. 
82 Shucho (Tamagawa), A woman on horseback ; centre sheet of a triptych ; 

medium size, upright ; signed (Watson & Smith), £2 4s. 
S4 Yeisen (Keisai), Nikko San Meisho no uchi : Celebrated views within the Nikko 

Mountains ; four of this important set of waterfalls ; all full size, upright ; 

signed (Kato), £3 5s. 

HIROSHIGE (IcHiRYusAi). 

90 Uraga, an almost land-locked harbour near the entrance to the Bay of Yedo, 

one of the series Kihon Minato^Tsukushi, A series of the harbours of Japan ; 
full size, oblong ; signed (Sotheran), £1 3s. 

91 Awa no Naruto : The whirlpool of Awa ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed 

(Harvey), £7 5s. 

92 Buyo, Kanazawa Hassho Yakei : Eight views of Kanazawa, Province of 

Musashi ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Harvey), £8. 

93 Kisoji no Yama Kawa : River and mountain of the Kiso Road, triptych ; 

full size, upright ; signed (Spink), £15 los. 
KYOTO MEISHO : 
Celebrated views of Kyoto ; full-size, oblong : signed Hiroshige. 
99 Tsuten Kyo no Kofu : Red maples of Tsuteu Bridge (Tregaskis), £1 los. 
loi Yatsuse no Sato : Village of Yatsuse (Hall), £1 2s. 

102 Yodo gawa : A boat on the Yodo River, under the full moon (Kato), £1 8s. 

103 Gion no Yashiro : The torii and railways of the grounds at the Gion Temple 

in a snow storm (Kato), £3 3s. 
105 Tadashi Mina-kami : Tea-houses by a river side caught in a thunderstorna 

(Kato), £2 i6s. 
107 Yusuzumi : Evening coolmg in the bed of the Kamo River (Punnett), £1 2s. 
no Hiroshige, Mameido, Temmangu : Snow scene ; full size, oblong ; signed 

(Sotheran), £1 is. 



128 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



December 20, ipii. Christie's. 

PICTURES AND DRAWINGS. 
DRAWINGS. 

1 Croft, Arthur, Landscape, with ruins overlooking the sea — 28^ X 50 (Wilson). 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

2 Croft, Arthur, Pines and saow-clad peaks — 27 X 40! (Wiisoa), £r iis. 6d. 

3 Croft, Arthur, 1890, Looking down the Nile from Arabut — 13* X 51 (Laurence). 

£2 i2s. 6d. 

4 Croft, Arthur, 1S72, On the Schynige Platte — 30 X 21 J (Wilson), £1 iis. 6d. 

5 Lawes, H., On the Dorset coast ; and Winter evening, by Arthur Croft, 1867' 

(Cox), £2 2S. 

PICTURES. 

6 Breughel, J., June, with Cupids and birds, on copper — 26 X 34 (Streletskie) 

£18 i8s. 

7 Canaletto, A., Entrance to the Grand Canal, Venice — 21 X 37J (Legir), 

£19 83. 6d. 

8 Flemish School. The Virgin, in red and green dress, holding the Infant Saviour, 

panel — 14^ X 11 (Steele), £6 6s. 

9 French School. Fetes Champetres, a pair, panel — 12^ X 9J (Glen), £21. 

10 Heyden, J. van der. Ruined chateau, with peasant and sheep, panel — 14^ XiSJ 

(Cohen), £9 gs. 
rr Koekkoek, H., Rescue at sea, panel — 19 X 23 (Van der Veken), £3 3s. 

12 Morris, J. C, 1859, Ewe and lambs, panel — 13^- X i7i (Lister)j,£3 3s. 

13 Stone, A., River scene; and Hay barges: Sunset, by W. Bery (Murphy), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

14 Veronese (after), Rape of Europa ; and Beatrice Cenci, after Guido, drawing 

(Grose), £2 2S. 

15 Werfif, P. Van der. Lady, in red cloak, signed, and dated 1715, oval — 30 X 25^- 

(Metchkovsky), £21. 



DRAWINGS. 

i5 Desprez, L. J , Temple of Serapis at Pozzolo ; and Temple at Pompeii, with 

figures, a pair — 19 X 27J (Parsons), £13 2S. 6d. 
r" Early English School. Lady, in white dress, powdered hair, pastel, oval — 

9i X 7l (Leggatt), £17 17s. 
i3 Sandby, P., R.A. 1794, Town on a river, with bridge, boat, sand figures — 

8J- X ii.i (Pawsey Si. Payne), £9 gs. 

19 Early English School. Lady, in white dress with brown scarf— 8i X 7i 

(Renton), £3 5s. 

20 Buck, A. 1779, The pet dog, a pair — 8 J X iii (Baker), £6 r6s. 6d. 

21 Early English School. Mr. and Mrs. William Rogers, seated, a pair, oval — 

lojx &i (Renton), £1 is. 

22 Kaufiman, A., R.A., Nymphs decorating a bull — 7 X loj- (Toogood), £io los. 

23 Fischer, J. P., 1826, Girl and boy, in a garden — 8 X 7 (Renton), £3 3s. 

24 Early English School. Lady, in yellow dress with blue scarf, pastel — 2ii- X 17\ 

(Renton), £3 3s. 

25 Flemish School. The muses in a landscape, gouache — 10} X 17J (Toogood), 

£8 8s. 



December 20, 191 1. I2g 



25 Robertson, A., 1838, Duchess of Wellington — 9 J- X 7i (Hughes), fig 19s. 
27 Robertson, A., Rev. Edward Irving — 11 x 9 (Renton), £2 2s. 
2S Edridge, H., A.R.A., i8ir, Mrs. Whitaker, in white dress, standing by a 
sculptured vase — 13J X 10 (Pawsey & Payne), £11 iis. 

29 Murillo, Saint Anthony and the Infant Saviour, black and red chalk — 13 X 9 

(Colaaghi & Obach), £10 los. 

PICTURES. 

30 Ferneley, J., 1854, Two foxhounds in a landscape — 29 J X 25 (Pawsey & Payne), 

;f3 3S. 
3t Canaletto, Buildings near Venice, oval — igj- X 23 (Schroeder), £28 7s. 

32 Berchem, Rocky landscape, with figures and animals, on panel — 14 X 16J 

(Veken), £2 2S. 

33 Turner, D., Lambeth Palace, panel ; and Madonna and Child, by Sassoferrato 

(Leggatt), £3 3S. 

34 Seghers, The Virgin, in a sculptured niche, with garlands of flowers — 47 X 49 

(Veken), £21. 
33 Graham, J., 1785, Gentleman, in riding costume, seated in a landscape — 

29 X 24 ( ), £7 7s. 

36 Tintoretto, The Last Supper — 48 X 77 (Wagner), £3 13s. 6d. 

j'' Canaletto, Entrance to the Grand Canal, Venice — 29^ X 39J (Cohen), £18 i8s. 

38 Lawrence School. Mother and Child — 29 X 24* (Schroeder), £18 i8s. 

39 Reynolds, Felina, panel — 12 X loj (Misell, jun.), ,£i 5s. 

40 Albano, Diana and Action — 23 x 28 (Cohen), £9 qs. 

41 Dyck, Ph. Van, Lady, with her infant son, and a spaniel, panel — 9! x 8 

(Tooth), £15 15s. 

42 Kneller, Two young girls, with a pet rabbit — 48 X 40 (Burdon), £18 i8s. 

43 Jordaens, The Satyr and the peasant family — 59 X 71 (Bevitt), £27 6s. 

44 Norwich School. Landscape, with cottages and poultry under trees, panel — 

12 X 10 (Ford), £11 14s. 6d. 

45 Lawrence School. Gentleman, in black coat with white stock — 29J X 24* 

(Veken), £10 los. • 

46 Kneller School. Three ladies and a gentleman, ovals (Renton), £14 14s. 

47 Kneller, Hon. Thomas Townshend, when a boy, in green coat, holding a parrot 

—28 X 23 (Hunter), £4 4s. 

48 Raeburn School. Lady, in white drees with brown scarf — 26 X 21 (Cox), 

£36 15s. 

49 Breughel, Acts of charity, panel — 24J X 34 (Veken), £13 13s. 

50 Italian School. Saint Sebastian — 12-i X 9i (Grant), £6 i6s. 6d. 

51 Early English School. Gentleman, in dark coat and white vest — 28 i X 24 J 

(Landstein), £1 is. 

52 Early English School. Gentleman, in brown coat and yellow vest, holding a 

book — 37 J X 31 (Landstein), £2 23. 

53 Early English School. Gentleman, in grey dress, with white wig, oval — 

29J X 24J (Heyman), £4 14s. 6d. 

54 Ramsay, Gentleman, in brown coat, with yellow vest and white stock— 

29i X 24i (Mathews), £3 13s. 6d. 

55 Early English School. Gentleman, in blue coat with white stock, holding a 

pen — 29 X 24^ (Landstein), £1 is. 

56 Reuhenbach, J. H., Vestal virgins sacrificing: Candle-light — 22} X igj 

(Winter), £1 iis. 6d. 

57 Lawrence School. Lady, in black dress, with red scarf — 35 X 27 (Leger), 

£11 OS. 6d. 



I30 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

58 Droogsloot, J. C, Village feast, panel — 17 X 24 (Veken), £18 i8s. 

59 Hoppner, J., R.A., Head of John Kemble — 6i x 5 J (Veken), £3 13s. 6d. 

60 Bakker, Old man and two children, in a cottage, panel — 11 X 13^ (Winter), 

£3 3S. 

61 Jardine, C, Head of a cavalier — 21 X 15 (G. Harvey), £^ 14s. 6d. 

62 Claude, Italian landscape, with temple and castle, on copper — iSJ X 23J 

(Byrne), £6 i6s. 6d. 

63 Turner, F. C, 1S13, Princess Charlotte, daughter of George IV, in blue dress— 

35 X 29 (Barsdorff), £4 4=. 
•64 Beale, Mary, Lady, in blue and white dress, with pearl ornaments, sculptured 

oval — 28^ ■. 24 (Van Duren), £6 6s. 
65 Wouverman, Cavalry skirmish — 21 X 26^ (Chance), £5 5s. 
-66 Bassano (After), Dives and Lazarus, panel — 19 X 25J (Veken), £5 15s. 6d. 

67 Gael, Barent, Camp scene, with soldiers and other figures, panel — 18 X 23} 

(St. Hense), £15 15s. 

68 Cave, P. le, 1810, Landscape, with cattle at a stream, panel — 13 X 19 (Winter), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

69 Norwich School. Landscape, with stream, gipsies, and angler — 19J X 23^ 

(Buck), £15 15s. 

70 Bristow, E., Sportsmen at a village inn ; and Landscape, with cattle, panel 

(Shepherd), £10 los. 

71 Steen, The sick lady, panel — 19J X 16 (Bourne), £26 5s. 

72 Wilson, Landscape, with castle and two figirres — 7J X 9I (Wagner), £1 iis. 6d. 

73 Early English School. Master John Eld, in red coat with white collar, holding 

a book — 29J X 24i (Church, Adams & Co.), £27 6s. 

74 Opie, J., R.A., Head of a girl, a sketch — 23 X i6f (Sabin), £75 12s. 

75 Dutch School. Landscape, with cottages, figures^ and animals, panel — 

17 X 23i (Cohen), £2 12s. 6d. 

76 Mercier, Lady, in blue dress, with lace fichu and cap, unframed — 31J X 23J 

(Wagner), £5 15s. 6d. 
7y Early English School. Lady, in yellow dress, with lace frills and pearl orna- 
ments — 25 X 20 (Dyer), £27 6s. 

78 Bega, C, Backgammon-players, panel — 13 X lof (Metchkovsky), £29 8s. 

79 Neer, Van Der, River scene, with buildings and boats : Evening, panel — 

7j X lof (Cohen), £8 8s. 

80 Heemskirk, E. van. Two Boers, panel — 9I X 8 (Schroeder), £10 los. 

81 Bassano, Dives and Lazarus, panel — 32^ X 49J (Van Duren), £8 i8s. 6d. 

82 Donck, J., Dead partridge and other birds — 25 X i8i^ (Veken), £5 5s. 

83 Hoppner, " Gentleman Humj^hreys," pugilist ; and An engraving, by J.Young 

— 29J X 24J (Harvey), £12 12s. 

84 Dutch School. Dead birds and still life — 28^ X 24J (Van Duren), £2 2s. 

85 French School. Shepherd and shepherdess — 23J X 3ii (Renton), £16 i6s. 

86 Rembrandt School. Head of a Negro, panel — iij X gf (Wagner), 

£1 IDS. 

87 Huysmans, C, Hilly landscape, with figures — 51 x 68i (Wagner), £1 los. 
•88 Luny, T., Naval engagement — 45J x 66^ (Leggatt), £17 17s. 

89 School of Guide. Mater Dolorosa — 26 X 27^ (Moore & Son), £1 15s. 

90 Kneller, Lady, in blue dress and brown cloak, sculptured oval — 29 X 24 

(Pettigrew), £3 3s. 

91 Early English School. Ladies, in pink dresses, a pair, panel, oval— 9 X 7j 

(Speed), £3 13s. 6d. 
•93 Vos, M. de, Christ disputing,' with the doctors, panel — 30 X 42 (Hanson), 
£3 13s. 6d. 



December 20, 1911. i3r 



93 Lely, Earl of Stafford, in brown dress with red gown, holding a letter and his. 

gloves — 43i X 35i (Veken), £10 ids. 

94 Pannini, P., Arch of Constantine and figures — ^40^ X 52^ (CoUings), £5 5s. 

95 Early English School. Two young girls in landscape — 23i X 10} (Worrand),. 

£29 8s. 

96 Kneller, John Gay, poet and dramatist, in brown dress and red cap — 29- X 23.^ 

(Hanmer), £9 gs. 

97 Mercier, Ph., Gentleman, in red coat, white vest, and black breeches, at a table 

on a terrace, signed, and dated 1740 — 83 X 54^ (Gale), £27 6s. 

98 Ibbetson, J. C, Hilly landscape, with cottages, figures, and animals — 27^ X 42 

(Mills), £6 6s. 

99 Titian (After), Offering to the Goddess of Love — 69 x 73 (Belton), £12 12s. 
ICO Adriensen, P., Interior, with maidservant, dead game, vegetables, and still 

life, imframed — 67 X 89 (Veken), £9 9s. 
loi Wilson, A Nobleman, in robes, seated, holding a book — 49 x 39 (Shepherd), 
£14 14s. 

102 Balen, Van, Bacchanalians, panel — 22i X 40 (Streletskie), £16 5s. 6d. 

103 Bergen, D. van den, Peasant woman, with cattle and sheep at a stream — 

18} X 16 (Veken), £5 5s. 

104 Heem, J. D. de. Fruit and asparagus — 17^ X 23! (Veken), £23 4s. 

105 Loo, Van, Nobleman, in robes, standing in an apartment — 29 X 24 (Henstall),. 

£10 lOS. 

106 Dutch School. Lady, in black dress and hat, holding a book and a stick, 

unframed — 29^ X 24J (Austin), £2 12s. 6d. 

107 Molenaer, K., View at Scheveningen, with figures, panel — 14J X 19 (Lewis) , 

£19 195- 

108 Early British School. Gentleman, in green coat and buff vest, with a gun — 

38 X 28 (Crome), £3 13s. 6d. 
tog Francks, Joshua preparing to leave Jericho, on metal — -ijl X 24* (VekenJ, 

£4 14s. 6d. 
no Ruysch, Flowers in a glass vase — 28^ X 23J (Metchkovsky), £15 15s. 

111 School of Padua. The dead Christ — 14 X 16 (Veken), £14 14s. 

112 Brill, Mathys, The Crucifixion, panel — i8i X 12J (Veken), £12 12s. 

113 Teniers, Interior of a tavern, with peasants smoking, panel — 14 X 20 (Butler ) 

£9 gs. 

114 Smith (of Chichester), Landscape, with wagon — iiJ x 13J (Yeulett), £1 is. 

115 Wyck, J., Camp scene : Winter — 10 X 12 J (Misell, jun.), £i 5s. 

116 Munllo School. Madonna and Child, and Saint Anne — 61 x 43 (withdrawn). 

117 German School. Empress Catherine II, in rich dress and brown cloak, lined 

with ermine — 24J X 18J (Yeulett), £4 4s. 

118 Tol, Van, Interior of a kitchen, with a cook-maid and three boors before a fire 

— 28i X 22 J (Gale), £25 4s. 

119 Both, A., A pedlar and peasants, before an inn — 19I X 29I (Bates), £11 irs. 

120 Huet, J. B., Rocky landscape, with travelling peasants and animals, panel — 

16J X 23i (Bates), £11 iis. 

121 Horemans, J. J., Peasants merry-making, before a cottage — 18 X 21J (Grant)., 

£17 17s. 



132 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

122 Titian (After), Saint Catherine, by D. Teniers — 6i X 5I (Colnaghi & Obach). 

£8 i8s. 6d. 

123 Constable, Opening the lock — 8J X 12J (Shepherd), £5. 

124 Singleton, The parson's visit — 13J X 11 (Glover), (,1 3s. 

125 Tol, D. van, Peasant family, before a ruined building — igj X 24^ (Ogle), 

126 Verkolje, j .. Gentleman, in green coat and red cloak — 26 X i7i (Bright), £23 2s. 

127 Zucchero School. Lady, in rich dress, with lace ruff and head-dress, panel — 

22 X 17 (Hughes), £37 i6s. 

128 Italian School. The siege of Troy, a pair, panel — 21 X 5S J (Groves), £5 15s. 5i. 

129 Paul, J., Woody landscape, vrith cottages and stream — 29 X 24 (Veken), 

£2 125. 6d. 

130 School of Tuscany. Saint J ohn the Baptist, panel— 8 X si (Grace), £3 13s. 6d. 

131 Wouverman, Landscape, with peasants and white horse, panel — 12^ X loj 

(Tooth), £42. 

132 Dutch School. A travelling musician — 2ii X r7i- (Wagner), £6 6s. 

133 Early English School. Lady, in white dress, on a quay — 20J X i6| (Smith), 

is 5S- 
1^4 Italian School. Landscape, with figures at a repast — 18 X 14I (Charleston), 
£445- 

135 French School. Painting ; and Music, a pair of shaped panels (Wagner), £7 7s. 

136 Dutch School. The Crucifixion, panel — 10 X 7 (Glen), £10 10s. 

137 Wouverman, Battle scene, panel — 8 X 10 (withdrawn). 

138 Wouverman, Returning from the chase, panel — 18J X 25 (Harries), £4 14?. 6d. 



DRAWINGS. 
In the Folio. 

139 Rowlandson, T., In the gardens at Stowe ; The flower garden ; and Village 

scene (Schroeder), £16 i6s. 

140 Unknown, Two studies of heads, in oils (Satin), £16 i6s. 

{Framed.) 
14: Grand Canal, Venice, sepia and Indian-ink wa^h— lof v igj (Sabin;, £42. 
142 Dayes, B., Old Sadler's Wells Theatre— 10 X 12} , (Martin) £16 16s. 
743 Haghe, L., Interior of marriage room, Antwerp ; and lnteri_T of Liere Cathedral 
(Smith), £6 16s. 6d. 

144 Maltcn, T., Peckwater Quadrangle, Osford— iSJ X 14 (Leg?att), £7 7s, 

145 Malton, T., St. Georees, Hanover Square — 12} X ig (Martin), £19 igs. 

146 Pilsbury, Wilmot, Stckesay Castle— 9 J X 16} (Fores), £5 5s. 

147 Scott, The Thames near Blackhi.-3rs— ti X 17J (Martiii), jfS 8s, 

148 Swarbreck, S. D., Queen Mary's bedroom at Holyrood — r^J X 18 f (Crome 

£iis. 

PICTURES. 

150 Greenwich Hospital ficm the river— 26 X 43! (Herbert^, £13 135. 

149 Cacaletto, London from the Ad>lphi Stairs— 43 X 57i 'J-egs^att), £^6 15s. 



December 20, 1911. 133 



151 Canaletto. Northumberland House and the Strand — :g X 49J (Ailen), £iS i8s. 

152 Dayes, E., Blcx;msbiiry Square ; and Queen's Square, Blcorc£bury, a pair — 

2-J X 35i (Hughes). £47 5?. 

153 Hogarth, Covent Garden Market, with figures — 37^ X 29i (Kncedler), {li i8s. 

154 Scott, Lambeih Paiace — 31. X 51 fWard), £? ^Ts- 5d. 

155 Scott, Westminster from telcw the bridge — 29 x 30 (Ward), £7 17s. 6d. 

156 Scctt, Old London Bridge — 29 X 49 (Dicey), f^o los. 

157 Scctt, Old Law Ccurt?, Westminster— 29 x 49 (Parker), £8 gs. 

158 Scott, Bedicrd House and Mcntsguj Hou?e Uora Crr.du.: rislds — 23 J x 41^ 

(Leggatt\ £50 Ss. 



134 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

December 2i, 191 1. Puttick & Simpson. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

4 Grand stands. Ascot, and Doncaster Great St. Leger, by C. Hunt (Wattali), 

£2 lOS. 

5 Grand stand, Goodwood, by C. Hunt, one in colours and three plain (Geofiroy), 

£9 los. 

MEZZOTINT AND OTHER PORTRAITS. 

7^ Portrait of a youth, by J. Dean, after Sir J. Reynolds, proof (Dunsmure> 
jCi 15s. 

71 Francis Bartolozzi, Carlini and Cipriani, by J. R. Smith (Brail), £i 5s. 

72 Sir Charles Banbury, by J. Watson, after Reynolds (Dunsmure), ;fi 12s. 6d. 

77 Master Jacob, by McArdeU, after Reynolds (Webber), £2 2S. 

78 Mr. Harrison, by Fisher, after Reynolds, proof (Davis), 12s. 

79 Miss Palmer, after Reynolds, proof (Parker), 6s. 

80 Princess Maria, by A. Blooteling (Breun), £1. 

8r Speaker Cust, by Watson, and Daniel Jarvis, by Ward (Oppenheim), ids. 

82 Sir James Esdaile, by J. Jones, after Reynolds ( — ), £1. 

83 John Dunning, by F. Bartolozzi, after Reynolds (Rimell), £1 is. 

84 Lord Camden, by F. Bartolozzi, after Gainsborough, proof (Rimell), los. 

85 Lord Camden, fuU length, by J. Basire (Allen), 7s. 

86 Judge Cottenham, by T. Lupton (Dunsmure), £1 15s. 

92 The Countess of Mexborough, after J. Hoppner, by W. Ward (W. Sabin), 

£13 13s. 

93 Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, in stipple, a pair (Pollard), £3 15s. 

94 Pair of fancy subjects, in colours, after Kaufiman, by Marcuard (Mayne)> 

£7. 



loi Boys playing at marbles and peg top, by R. Pollard, after R. M. Page, a pair 
(Pollard), £5- 

102 The nuptials, by J. Whessell, after H. Singleton (AUison), 15s. 

103 Chart of Newmarket Heath, by J. Bodger, 1787, printed on satin ( — ), (z. 12s. 6d. 
107 Robert Bums, by W. Walker, and S. Cousins, after A. Naysmith, mezzotint 

(Long), £2 5s. 

ARUNDEL SOCIETY'S PUBLICATIONS. 

r6i Eyck, van, Adoration of the Lamb — Judges and Warriors — Hermits and 
Pilgrims — St. Cecilia and an Angelic choir — St. John the Baptist, and St. 
John the Evangelist, with portraits of donor and wife, and Adam and Eve, 
13 chromos (Parsons), £9 5s. 

163 Carpaccio, St. George baptising the Princess Cleodolinda and her father ( — ), 

9S. 

164 Pinturicchio, St. Catherine of Alexandria pleading before her judges (Tucker), 

£145. 

167 Gozzoli, B., The procession of the three kings, and Angels adoring, first and 

second portion, the set of three chromos (Joseph), £5 5s. 

168 Signorelli, L., Events in the life of Moses ( — ), 8s. 

169 Bartolommeo, Fra., The supper and miraculous vision of St. Domenick 

(Parsons), £: 2S. 



December 21, 1911. 135 



170 Penigino, P., The adoration of the kings ( — ), 14s. 

172 Perugino, P., The transfiguration ( — ), 16s. 

173 Memling, Hans, The crucifixion — Christ bearing the Cross, and Entombment 

and Resurrection — The Angel Gabriel, and the Virgin Annunciate — St. 
Blaise and St. John the Baptist, and St. Jerome and St. Giles, the set of the 
triptych, 9 chromos (Chatw\Ti), £2 2S. 

175 Raphael., The poets on Mount Parnassus ( — ), i8s. 

176 Bazzi, St. Benedict preaching to women ( — ), 8s. 

177 Unknown painter, Richard 11 before the Madonna with saints and angels 

(Parsons), £1 6s. 

178 Pinturicchio, Virgin in glor>', with two saints ( — ), 12s. 

179 Gozzoli, Madonna and Child, with several saints ( — ), los. 

180 Bartolomeo, Fra., Jesus and his disciples at Emmaus { — ), 15s. 

181 Luini, The adoration of the Magi { — ), 15s. 

182 Angelica, Fra., Christ and Mary Magdalene in the garden ( — ), i/S. 

183 Giotto, St. Francis preaching before Pope Honorius III ( — ), 12s. 

184 Perugino, P., The marriage of the Virgin (Parsons), 15s. 

185 Pinturicchio, The Nativity ( — ), £1 2S. 

186 Sarto, A. del. The procession of the Magi ( — ), i8s. 

187 Ghirlandaio, D., Death of St. Fina (Parsons), 8s. 

188 Ghirlandaio, D., Preaching of St. John the Baptist ( — ), xos. 

189 Viterbo, L. di. The betrothal of the Virgin ( — ), los. 

190 Pinturicchio, The betrothal of Frederick III ( — ), iis. 

191 Carpaccio, V., St. Jerome in his study ( — ), 14s. 

192 Vasco, G., St. Peter enthroned as Pope ( — ), los. 

193 Foligno, N. da, The Madonna and Child, with attendant saints ( — ), iis. 

194 Pacchiarotto, St. Catherine finding the body of Saint Agnes (Tucker), 8s. 

195 Perugino, P., Christ's charge to Peter (Parsons), i6s. 

196 Angelica, Fra., St. Stephen's ordination and distribution of alms ( — ), 15s. 

198 Diirer, A., Adoration of the Holy Trinity ( — ), £1 5s. 

199 Perugino, P., Prophets and Sibyls (— ^), iis. 



FRAMED ENGRAVIXGS. 



201 The Prince of Wales (to the Royal Kentish Bowmen), by Bartolozzi, after 

Russell (BraU), £1 2s. 6d. 

202 The deserted village, by Bartolozzi, after \\"heatley, and Sunday morning, by 

W. Nutter (Titley), £1 los. 

203 Panoramic view of British horse-racing, by Clark, and Dubourg, after Thomson, 

aquatint, in colours (Brail), £2 los. 

204 Subscription rooms at Newmarket, 1825, lithograph (Wattali), £2 55. 

205 The General Post Office, Loudon, by Reeves, after Pollard, aquatint, in colours 

(Fores), £3 12s. 6d. 

206 Ralph John Lambton, Esq., by C. Turner, after J. Ward, mezzotint (Wattali), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 

208 The Age Brighton coach, 1852, by C. Hmit, after Shayer, in colours (Wattali), 

£2 15s. 

209 Epsom races, by H. Pyall, after Pollard, aquatint, in colours (Brail), 14s. 

210 The ale-house door, and companion, by W. Ward, mezzotint, in colours (805^), 

£i5S. 

211 The butcher, and Stable amusement, after Morland, mezzotints, in colours 

(Boys), £1 7s. 6d. 



136 ART PRICES CURRE^NT. 

214 Shooting, by Woollett, plates 2, 3 and 4 (Brail), £3 15s. 

215 Fox hunting, by Burford, after Sej-mour, mezzotints, in colours, set of six 

(Wattali), £2 5S. 

216 Fox hunting, after Wolstenholme, in colcurs (Brail), £1 7s. 6d. 

217 Goodwood, preparing to start, by Reeve, after Pollard, and Racing, by Clark, 

after Aiken, in colours (Geofiroy), £i los. 
227 Mirth and pleasures of a country fair, by R. Cooper, after S. Dayes (Wattali), 

£2. 
22S Pheasant shooting and companion, by Lewis, after Reinagle, aquatints, in 
colours (Pallandt), £5 5s. 

229 Bombardment of Algiers, by Sutherland, after Whitcombe, aquatints, in colours, 

a pair (Goodstein), £2 5s. 

230 Pheasant shooting, after Hoivitt, aquatint, in colours (W. Sabin), £3. 

232 Hambletonian and Diamond, by Wtessell, after Sartorius, a pair (Wattali), 

£2. 
236 Mrs. Mathew, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Goodstein), £1 8s. 

239 The first and second lesson of love, by P. W. Tomkins, after S. Harding, pair of 

ovals, in colours (Goodstein), £6 6s. 

240 The Rt. Hon. the Countess of Derby (Miss Farren), by F. Bartolozzi, after Sir 

Thos. Lawrence, in colours, damaged (Jacob), £11 us. 

240A The Earl and Countess of Durham, by Samuel Cousins, after Sir Thomas Law- 
rence, mezzotints, a pair (W. Sabin), £30 gs. 

240B The sleeping nymph, by P. Simon, after Opie, proof (Parker), £9 igs. 6d. 

241 Lord Nelson, by Rising, after Yoimg, mezzotint (Goodstein), £3. 

242 George Holme Summer, by W. Ward, mezzotint, proof (Goodstein), £1 4s. 

243 The peasant's wedding and companion, by Eginton, after Singleton, in colours, 

a pair, and one other (Titley), £1 6s. 

245 Fox hunting, -by Jukes, after Pollard, set of four, in colours (Keats), £3 3s. 

246 Hunting, after Turner, set of six aquatints, in colours (Pallandt), £5 5s. 

247 Shakespeare's tomb, by Bartolozzi, after Kauffman, oval, in red (Titley), 

£r 5S. 
::48 The com bin, and Door of a village inn, after Jlorland, mezzotints, in colours- 
(Titley), £3. 

262 Princess Amelia, by Bartolozzi, after Lawrence (Goodstein), £1 los. 

263 The resurrection of a pious family, and companion, by Bartolozzi, after Peters, 

proof before letters, a pair (Titley), £t -s. 6d. 



January 5, 1912. 137 



January 5, 19 12. Puttick's. 

1 The Coliseum, after Alma Tadema, signed artist's proof (Graves), £1 2s. 

2 The storm, by T. Chauvel, after Diaz, signed proof, on vellum (Graves), £r 4s. 

3 In my ladies' garden, by C. O. Murray, after J. G. Hunter, signed artist's proof, 

on vellum (Oldham), 13s. 

5 Roman chariot race, by M. Derille, after M. Cheea, signed remarque artist's 

proof (Lefevre), £3 12s. 6d. 

6 The author, by L. Ruet, after J. L. E. Meissonier, signed remarque artist's 

proof, on vellum (2 copies) (Granby), £2 8s. 

7 The christening, by A. Mongin, after W. Dendy Sadler, signed artist's proof 

(Couch), £1 IDS. 

8 Wedding bells, by James Dobie, after W. Dendy Sadler, signed remarque 

artist's proof (Lefevre), £3 3s. 

10 Le Lac, by T. Chauvel, after Corot, signed proof (Scott), £i 8s. 

11 The shortening winter's day is near a close, by Herbert Sedcole, after Joseph 

Farquharson, signed artist's proof (\\'hitcomb), £3 15s. 

13 Marchioness of Camden, by H. T. Greenhead, after Sir Joshua Rejiiolds, 

mezzotint, signed proof (Oldham), iSs. 

14 La Belle Dame sans Merci, after Frank Dicksee, signed proof, in colours 

(Tucker), £1. 

15 Lady Grey and children, by T. G. Appleton, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, mezzotint, 

signed proof (Couch), £1 4s. 

17 Phyllida (The shepherdess), by H. Scott Bridgwater, after Luke Fildes, mezzo- 
tint, signed artist's proof (Deighton), £1 los. 

20 Ships in harbour, by Frank H. Mason, signed proof, etching (\V. Brooks), 
i6s. 

26 La Rixe, by C. Coppin, after J. L. E. Meissonier, signed remarque proof 

(Yeulett), 13s. 

27 Art Critics, by Achille Jacquet, after J. L. E. Meissonier, signed remarque proof, 

on vellum (Couch), £1 2s. 

39 Dragon en Vedette, by Jules Jacquet, after J . L. E. Meissonier, signed remarque 

proof (Brail), £1 is. 
38 Mrs. Stewart of Physgill and Glasserton, by E. Stamp, after Raebum, 
mezzotint, signed proof (Dunsmore), £2 2S. 

40 Her mother's voice, after W. Q. Orchardson, signed proof (Graves), £2. 

41 Timber haulers, by W, Hole, after L. Kemp Welch, signed artist's proof (Brail), 

£2 2S. 

42 The Serjeant's portrait, by E. Chiquet, after Meissonier, signed remarque 

proof, on vellum (Couch), £1 12s. 6d. 

44 The card players, by Mathey, after Meissonier, signed remarque proof (Couch), 

£1 los. 

45 Dragon en Vedette, by J. Jacquet, and The sign painter, by E. Chiquet, after 

Meissonier, signed remarque proof (Brail), £1 15s. 

46 A waj'side inn, by E. Chiquet, after W. Dendy Sadler, signed remarque artist's 

proof (Tagg), £1 12s. 6d. 

48 In a Dorsetshire valley, by W. Hole, after E. M. Wimperis, signed artist's proof, 

on vellum (Hendriks), £1 is. 

49 Thursday, by W. Boucher, after W. Dendy Sadler, signed remarque artist's 

proof (Tagg), £1 12s. 6d. 
53 Master Fane, by J. C. Webb, after Lawrence, mezzotint, in colours, signed 
proof (Beattie), £1. 



138 ART PRICES CURREInIT. 

54 L'Apoge, by C. Coppier, after Meissonier, signed remarque proof, on vellum 

(Couch), £3 IDS. 

55 Ditto (Harding), £3 5s. 

57 Le Laitre, by J. Jacquet, after Greuze, signed artist's proof, on vellum (Graves), 

58 The connoisseurs, by A. Jacquet, after Meissonier, signed remarque proof, on 

vellum (Lefevre), £1 8s. 

59 The new picture, by E. Chiquet, after Meissonier, signed remarque proof, on 

vellum (King), 163. 

60 Stranded, by James Dobie, after W. Dendy Sadler, signed lemarque artist's 

proof (Tagg), £1 12s. 6d. 

61 Auld acquaintance, by Herbert Dicksee, signed proof (Granby), £2 12s. 6d. 

Property of the late John Anderson, Esq., Bedford 
House, Pollokshields, Glasgow. 

62 A vestal, by J. D. Miller, after F. Leighton, mezzotint, signed artist's proof 

(Beattie), 12s. 6d. 

63 Marlow Ferry, by R. W. Macbeth, signed proof, on vellum (Yeulett), £1. 

65 The eli:dr of love, by R. W. JIacbeth, after G. J. Pinwell, signed proof 

(Deighton), £1 12s. 6d. 

66 Dragon en Vedette, by J. Jacquet, after J. L. E. Meissonier, signed remarque 

proof, on vellum (Brail), £1. 

69 Haig, Axel H., Magdalen College, signed proof (Dunthome), £4 5s. 

70 Haig, Axel H., Interior of Westminster Abbey, signed proof (Dunthorne), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

71 Haig, Axel H., Chapel of Edward the Confessor, signed proof (Dunthome), 

£3 15s- 

72 Haig, Axel H., Dean's walk, and Interior of Westminster Abbey, signed proofs 

(Dunthorne), £2 2S. 

73 Haig, Axel H., Interior of Westminster Abbey, signed proofs (Deighton), £1 los. 

74 Haig, Axel H., Limbourg-on-Lahn, signed proof (Dunthorne), £g gs. 

75 Haig, Axel H., Interior of Westminster Abbey and Chartres, washing day, 

signed proofs (Dunthorne), £1 12s. 6d. 

76 Highland scene, with cattle, by Brunet Debaines, after Peter Graham, signed 

artist's proof (Hendriks), £r 15s. 
79 The smoker, by A. Boulard, after Meissonier, signed remarque proof (Brail), 
£1 15s. 

83 A Jewish Rabbi, by Waltner, after Rembrandt, signed proof (Dr. Anderson), 

£r los. 

84 Solitude, by Chauvel, after J. B. Corot, signed proof, on vellum (Dunthome), 

£3 3s. 

87 Dummy whist, by Gaujean, after W. Dendy Sadler, signed artist's proof 

(Lefevre), £5 15s. 

88 The fish shop, by R. W. Macbeth, signed proof (Dr. Anderson), £1 2S. 

89 The pied piper, by R. W. Macbeth, signed proof (Brooks), £1 12s. 6d. 

90 Worcester : A peep thro' the trees, by Brunet Debaines, after Gainsborough , 

signed proof on vellum (Graves), 14s. 

91 Harbour of refuge, by Robert W. Macbeth, after G. J. Pinwell, signed proof 

(Harding), £3 15s. 

92 The new member, by C. E. Deblaiz, after E. Nicol, signed artist's proof, on 

vellum (Judge), i6s. 
97 Mrs. Woolf, by S. Cousins, after Lawrence, and one other, mezzotints (Brail), 
£3 3S. 



January 5, 1912. 139 

Sabrinas stream, by Chauval, after B. W. Leader, signed artist's proof, on 
vellum (Dunthorne), i^ 4s. 



Legros, A., Portrait of Cardinal Xewman, signed (Dunthorne), £\\ iis. 

Legros, A., Squaring hogs, signed (Obach), £3 5s. 

Meryon, C, L'Arche du Pont Notre Dame, and South Sea fishers (Rimell), 

38s. 
Meryon, C, Le Galerie Notre Dame, second state, and Tourelle Rue de L'Ecole 

de Medecine 22 (Scott), £4 5s. 
William Shakespeare and Oliver Cromwell, by C. W. Sherboum, signed 

(Deighton), /2. 
Nell Gwynne, by M. Cormaclj, mezzotint, signed proof (Beattie), £2 5s. 
Cameron, D. Y., A Norman village, and The Lea, near Ryehouse (Scott), 

i\ 7s. 6d. 
Cameron, D. Y., Kingsgate, Winchester, and Almshouse, St. Cross (McKay), 

17s. 6d. 
Cameron, D. Y., The Itchen, and Near Broxboume (McKay), los. 
Cameron, D. Y., Dovedale, and Beauford Tower, St. Cross (McKay), los. 
Cameron, D. Y., Title page to Scholar Gipsy Set, and Afternoon (McKay), 5s. 
Cameron, D. Y., On the Bradford, and The towers, Charterhouse (Cash), los. 

Framed. 
Countess Gower and child, by Samuel Cousins, after Sir Thos. Lawrence 

mezzotint (McKay), £7 7s. 
Scotch cattle, by Joseph B. Pratt, after Peter Graham, signed artist's proofs 

on strainers, a pair (Savage), £9 gs. 
Seagulls, after Peter Graham, signed artist's proofs on strainers, a pair (Savage), 

£7 7s. 
A lion's head, by Herbert Dicksee, signed proof etching (Tobitt), £2 5s. 
Countess Spencer, by Samuel Cousins, mezzotint, signed proof (JIaggs), £3. 
Yes and no, and Newlaid eggs, by Samuel Cousins, mezzotints, signed proofs 

(Brash), £2. 
Lady Hamilton as Bacchante, by H. T. Greenhead, mezzotint, signed proof 

(Graves), £\ 14s. 
Porch of a cathedral, with figures, by Axel H. Haig, signed proof (Dunthorne), 

£6. 
La Creche Cassue, by F. Laguillermie, after Greuze, signed proof (Yeulett), 

15s. 
Countess of Derby (Jliss Farren), by G. J. Shuiy, signed proof (Oldham), 

£1 IS. 
Lady Hamilton, by H. T. Greenhead, mezzotint, signed proof (Graves), £1 7s. 6d. 
Spring, by Macbeth Raeburn, and Driving geese, by R. \V. Macbeth, signed 

artist's proofs (Yeulett), £\ is. 
Madame Le Pompadour, by Jean Pa tricot, signed remarque proof, on vellum 

(Brash), £1 2s. 6d. 
Westminster Abbey, by Dalanne, signed artist's proof (Yeulett), 19s. 
Whistler, Old Battersea Bridge, lithograph (Scott), £1 2s. 
Whistler, Portrait of Thomas Carlyle, in colours (Grundy), £1 i6s. 
The lock, and The cornfield, by David Lucas, after Constable, mezzotints, a 

pair (Brail), £2 2S. 
Legros, A., Portrait of Seymour Haden, signed (Obach), £4 4s. 
Lady Dover and chUd, by Samuel Cousins, after Lawrence, mezzotint (Brail), 

£4- 
Portrait of Rosa Bonheur, by Samuel Cousins, mezzotint, proof (Lefevre), £4. 



I40 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

January i8 and 19, 1912. Puttick's. 

ENGRAVINGS, etc. 
Baxter Oil Prints. 

Unframed. 

59 Love's letter box (Spencer), £2 12s. 

60 Fruit girl of the Alps (Spencer), £1 i8s. 

61 The bridesmaid (Britnell), £1 12s. 

63 Rev. J. Williams (Cruikshanks) , i8s. 

64 Richmond Hill, morning, 2 copies (Spencer), 17s. 

65 Lovers' seat, Hastings ; Dripping well ; and Ben Nevis, a set of three on one 

mount (Spencer), i8s. 

66 Dogs of St. Bernard (Lee), £2 rss. 6d. 

67 Hollyhocks, and The gardener's shed (Holloway), £1 i6s. 

69 The fisherman's home (Langdale), £1 iSs. 

70 Duke of Wellington ; Prince Consort, and Queen Victoria (Stevens), £t r6s. 

71 Her Majesty leaving Kingston Harbour (Britnell), 13s. 

72 Tropical scene (Britnell), 19s. 

73 Lake Lucerne (Carr), £1 6s. 

74 Wreck of the " Reliance " (Curry), £1 5s. 

75 Day before marriage (Britnell), £2 12s. 

76 The small bride (Spencer), £$ 5s. 
yj The bridesmaid (Holloway), £1 2S. 

78 Interior and e-xterior of Great Exhibition, and Crystal Palace, New York 

(Curry), £1 15s. 

79 Me warm now ( — ), £1 ids. 

80 The morning call (J . Wilson), i8s. 

82 Crystal Palace (Britnell), i8s. 

83 Duke of Wellington, and Sir Robert Peel (Britnell), £1 2S. 
85 The reconciliation (Britnell), los. 

88 The hop garden (Langdale), 15s. 

91 The parting look (J. Wilson), £4 12s. 6d. 

95 Day before marriage (Coppell),£3 15s. 

96 Morning call, and Copper, your honour (J. Wilson), £1 iis. 
99 The Tarantella needle-box set (Spencer), £1. 

100 Day before marriage (Britnell), £2 2S. 

loi So nice ; Child on a bed ; and Vespers (Stevens), £1 los. 

103 Descent from the Cross ( — ), £1 los. 

105 Siege of Sebastopol (J. Wilson), £1 8s. 

107 Musidora (Curry), £1 6s. 

io8 Crown Prince of Prussia, on music (Spencer), £3 3s. 

109 Le Blond, Winter (Curry), £1. 

Framed. 

117 Day before marriage (Cappell), £3. 

120 The bride, on music (Cappell), i6s. 

121 Duke of Wellington, and Napoleon III (Cappell), £2 los. 

122 Rev. Moffatt, and Rev. Williams (Maskew), £1 5s. 

124 Lord Nelson (Maskew), £1 los. 

125 Lake Lucerne (Jones), £2 2S. 

126 Fruit, a pair (Spencer), £1 8s. 



January iS and 19, 1912. 141 

135 Day before marriage (Maskew), £1 14s. 

136 The parting look (Spencer), £4. 

137 Christ crowned with thorns, and Christ blessing bread (Curry), 14s. 

138 The crucifixion, and The descent from the Cross (Curry), £1. 

139 The resurrection, and The incredulity of St. Thomas (Curry), £1. 

140 Gardener's shed (Brail), £1 4s. 

141 Come pretty robin (Tourbillon), los. 

142 Prince Consort, and Queen Victoria ( — ), £1 is. 

ARUNDEL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS. 
Unframed. 

146 Angelico, Era, St. Stephen's ordination and distribution of alms (Spencer)i 

i6s. 

147 Perugino, P., The adoration of the kings (Spencer), i8s. 

148 Ghirlandaio, D., Preaching of St. John the Baptist (Davis), 21s. 

149 Francia, F., Burial of St. Cecilia ; and Sarto, A. del, Procession of the Magi 

(Spencer), £2. 

150 Mantegna, A., St. James before Herod ; and Pinturicchio, Virgin in glory with 

two saints (Davis), £1 6s. 

151 Bazzi, St. Benedict preaching to women (Davis), £1 6s. 

152 Pacchiarotto, St. Catherine finding the body of St. Agnes ; and Luini, Adora- 

tion of the Magi (Spencer), 14s. 

153 Sarto, A. del, St. Filippo Benizzi healing children (Davis), iSs. 

154 Boccaccino, Christ among the doctors (Da^^s), £i 4s. 

155 Diirer, St. John and St. Peter ; and St. Mark and St. Paul (RinieU), £i 5s. 

156 Ghirlandaio, Zacharias naming his son John ; and Raphael, Poets on Mount 

Parnassus (Edwards), £1 8s. 

157 Viterbo, L. di. The betrothal of the Virgin (Cressy), i8s. 

158 Lippi, St. Peter and St. Paul before Nero, and others (Spencer), £i 4s. 

159 Memling, Hans, The set of the altarpiece, nine chromos, on five sheets 

(A. Spencer), £2. 

160 Pinturicchio, The Nativity, and others (Cressy), £1 14s. 

Framed. 

165 Botticelli, Venus rising from the sea (Rimell), £'i 15s. 

166 Memling, The Crucifixion (Chatwin), £i. 

167 Carpaccio, Baptising of the Princess Cleolinda, and one other (A. Spencer), 

£1 IDS. 

168 Luini, B., Presentation in the temple, and two others (Mills), £2. 

Framed Engravings. 

171 A comet, by Maile, after Harper, in colours (Morrison), £1. 

173 Portrait of Arcangelo Corelli, by J. Smith, after H. Howard, mezzotint (A. G. 

Young), jfi IS. 
175 Professor Dugald Stewart, after Raeburn, mezzotint, cut close (Colmer), £1. 

177 The soldiers, by Dunkarton, mezzotint, and The tired soldier, by C. Knight 

(Boys), £1 IS. 

178 Shooting, by W. Woollett, a set of four (Fores), £5 5s. 

187 Venus attired by the graces, and companion, by Dumee, after Kauffman, 

in colours, a pair (Mayne), £g 5s. 
208 Lady Manners, by Knight, after Reynolds (Brail), £2 5s. 



142 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

413 Palemon and Lavinia, by J. Read, after W. Bigg, priated in colours (Mayne), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 
415 Miss Platoff, by J. Godby, in colours (Sotlieran), £2 igs. 
420 The happy father, and The distressed mother, by F. Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, 

ovals, in colours, a pair (Blythe), £2 12s. 6d. 

422 Duke of Marlborough, by P. Van Gunst ; Mr. P. Orry, by Lepicie ; and William 

Pitt, by Bartolozzi (F. Daniell), £9 19s. 6d. 

423 Charles I, and Henrietta Maria, by Robert Strange, a pair (Babage), £5 15s. 6d, 
424. Phillip Howard and Catherine Howard, by \V. Saj', after J. Northcote, mezzo- 
tint (Sotheran), £7 7s. 

425 Le Coucher, by Porporati, proof (Babage), £2. 

431 The humours of Bagnigge Wells ; A Bagnigge Wells scene ; and Mr. Dumpling 

and family at Bagnigge Wells, mezzotints (Sotheran), £2 12s. 6d. 
440 La Charbonnier, in colours (Blythe), £3. 

Framed. 

448 Mrs. Q., by Huet VtUiers, the original drawing, in water-colours, from which 

the well-known print by W. Blake was engraved (Pollard), £78 15s. 

449 The angling party, and The angler's repast, by G. Keating, after G. Morland, 

a pair of mezzotints in colours, brilliant impressions but cut close (Sotheran), 
£31 los. 

450 Owhyhee, one of the Sandwich Islands, and Huaheine, one of the Society 

Islands, by J. Jukes, a pair of aquatints in colours (F. Edwards), £2 7s. 6d. 

451 & 452 The spirit of the child, by Bartolozzi, after Rev. Peters, in colours ; 

The triumph of virtue, by Bartolozzi, after Rev. Peters, in colours (W. 
Smith), £8 8s. 

454 Vauxhall, by Pollard, after Rowlandson, in colours (Sotheran), £5. 

455 Pompey under discipline, by Prattent, after Morland, printed ia colours 

(Sotheran), £7 17s. 6d. 

456 Battle of the Nile, aquatints in colours, a pair (E. Samuels), £3. 

457 Admiral Lord Nelson, by Earlom, after Beechey, in colours (Peel), £3 5s. 

459 Kobell, Infanterie Fraucaise, engraved by Rahl, in colours (Peel), £2 7s. 6d. 

460 Mrs. Baddeley, after Zoffany, by R. Laurie, etched letter proof before title 

(Pounds), £4 I2S. 6d. 

466 The weary sportsman, and Shepherds reposing, by W. Bond, after G. Morland, 

in colours, a pair (Brail), £8 8s. 

467 Children feeding goats, by Tomkins, after Morland (Chaundy), £2 7s. 6d. 

468 Industry and economy, and companion, by Dorcis, after Singleton, in colours, 

a pair (Brail), £15 15s. 

469 Recreation Champetre, by JouUain, after Lancret (Chalivat), £3 3s. 

470 Lille de Cithere, by Larmesin, after Watteau (Chalivat), £3 3s. 

471 Mr. Matthew, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Chaundy), £3 10s. 

472 Fancy subjects, by Cochin, after Watteau, a pair ( — ), 

473 Lady Cockburn, by C. Wilkin, after Hoppner (Goodstein), £3 5s. 

475 Mrs. Hammersley, by J. R. Smith ; Mrs. Anderson, by Okey ; Mrs. Booth, by 

Meyer, and one other, mezzotints, four in one frame (A. E. Holloway), £4 los. 
457A Lady Ann Dawson, and one other, both by McArdell, after Reynolds, mezzo- 
tints (Graves), £4 14s. 6d. 

476 Haden, S., Purfleet and Twickenham (C. Pounds), £1 gs. 

477 Sir Thos. Pasley, by C. Townley, after Beechey, mezzotint (Parker), £3 los. 

478 Sir Walter Scott, by W. Walker, after Raeburn, and another (Parsons), £2 15s. 

479 Lord Nelson, by Barnard, after Abbot, mezzotint (Smith), £2 2S. 



January i8 and 19, 1912. 143 

480 Rt. Hon. Robert Blair of Avontoun, by J. Heath, after Raeburn (Parker), 

£1 2S. 6d. 

481 Lord Newton, by C. Turner, after Raeburn, mezzotint (F. Daniell), £12 123. 

482 Sir Walter Scott and John Home, by E. Mitchell, after Raeburn, a pair 

(Simpson), £i 15s. 

483 Battle of the Bo>Tie, by J. Ball, after B. West, and Landing of Prince of Orange, 

by J. Parker, after Northcote (Strauss), £1. 

485 Racing, after J. F. Herring, senr., a set of four (Brail), £3. 

486 Wreck of the " Ramilies," by R. Dodd, aquatints, in colours, set of four 

(Goodstein), £2. 
493 The Derby day, lithographs, after Phiz, set of eight (Fores), £3 15s. 
496 The farmer's boy ; and Cottage fireside, after Morland and Ward (Goodstein) , 

£6 6s. 

499 Master Lambton, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, mezzotint (Dunsmore), £z 15s. 

500 Elizabeth, Countess of Berkeley, after Rejuolds, and Griselda, Countess of 

Stanhope, after Ramsey, both by McArdell, mezzotints (H. HoUoway), 

£2 15s. 
502 Princess of Orange, by G. Valck, and Mrs. Turner, by McVrdell, mezzotints 

(H. HoUoway), £1. 
500 The woodman, by Bartolozzi, after Barker, in colours (Spicer), £2 15s. 
514 Peacock shooting, by Merke, after Howitt, aquatint, in colours (H. HoUoway), 

£1 4s. 



144 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



January 20 and 22, 1912, Christie's. 

Collection of the late S. D. Schloss, Esq., 30, Leinster 
Square, W. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Foster, Birket, The crab, vignette (Thrift), £33 12s. 

2 Nicol, Erskiae, A.R.A., 1872, Writing a letter — 12J X loj (Lister), £9 gs. 

3 Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., Contentment — gj x 7j (Misell, jun.), jfs 13s. 6d. 

4 Weber, Th., Fishing-boats going out — iij X 8 (Wallis), £6 r6s. 6d. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

Continental Schools. 

■5 Woman peeling potatoes, and boy sitting' — 15J x ii^- (Sampson). £8 8s. 

6 Aufray, F., Toy soldiers, panel — 13J X loj (Misell, jun.), £3 13s. 6d. 

7 Bellecour, E. Berne, Soldier meditating, panel — 12^ X 9 (Sampson), £16 i6s. 

8 Benlliure, J., A Spanish posada — 14 X i7i (Sampson), £56 14s. 

9 Benlliure, J., Carlists conspiring, panel — 8J X 12 J (Mitchell), £7 7s. 

10 Benlliure, J., Edge of the bull-ring, panel — 7J x 5I (Mitchell), £5 15s. 6d. 

11 Blaas, E. de, 1883, Venetian coquette — 41 X 25 (Sampson), £84. 

12 Campo, F. del, 1885, Canal, with boats ; Venice, panel — 6i X lof (Wallis). 

£7 17s. 6d. 

13 Campo, F. del, Venetian Canal, panel — iij X 6i (Wallis), £5 5s. 

14 Castan, E., 1865, Tired out, panel — 13J X 10 (Mitchell), £14 14s. 

15 Clemente, S., Cattle-market, Seville, panel — 7 X iif (Sampson), £13 13s. 

j6 Coomans, J., x88o. The favourite; and Head of a girl, by A. Seifert, panel 
(Mitchell), £8 i8s. 6d. 

17 Crayer, T., Cleaning up, panel — 16 X 12J (Misell, jun.), £2. 

18 Duverger, T. E., A practical joke, panel — 8^ X 7 (Mitchell), £4 4s. 

19 Escosura, Leon Y., 1855, The proposal, panel — 7 X 4J (Sampson), £5 5s. 

20 Ferrari, A. (Cairo), 1887, Driving a bargain: An Eastern bazaar, panel — 

24 X i7i (Sampson), £17 17s. \ 

21 Frere, Ed., Knitting — 14^ X i7i (Wallis), £5 15s. 6d. 

22 FrSre, 1865, Mischief, panel — 15J X 12J (Wallis), £8 i8s. 6d. 

23 Fr6re, Ed., 1865, Getting ready for school, panel — 144 X 11 (Mitchell), 

£12 IS. 6d. 

24 Frfire, Ed., 1868 Amusing baby, panel ; and The blind beggar, 1864 (Schroeder), 

£5 5S. 

25 Corner, E., Buying a new pipe, panel — 17J X 13 (Mitchell), £21. 

26 Grolleron, P., The commander's instructions, panel — 8 X 6 (Sampson), £13 13s, 

27 Grolleron, P., Off duty, panel — 8 X 6 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

28 Heffner, K., Haymaking, panel — 8J X 23^- (Sampson), £10 los. 

29 Hoog, Bernard de, Nursing baby — 11 X i4i (Wallis), £21. 

30 Hoog, D. de. The firstborn — igj X 24 (Smith), £44 2s. 

31 Israels, J., The fisherman's wife — 19J X 15J (Sampson), £16 i6s. 

32 Jacquet, G., 1874, Contemplation — i2i X 8J (Bower), £7 7s. 

33 Koekkoek, J. H., 1815, Shipping in a breeze, panel — 14} X igi (Mitchell), £6. 

34 Koekkoek, J. H., i8og, Shipping at the mouth of a river, panel — loj X 14J 

(B. Smith), £5 15s. 6d. 

35 Lemottre, E., Bric-a-brac— gi X 7i (Mitchell), £4 4s. 

36 Levy, Emile, The flower-seller — 424 X 29 (Mitchell), £6 6s. 

37 Meissonier, Charles, 1869, Antibes — 8 X 14J (Wallis), £8 8s. 



January 20 and 22, 1912. 145 

38 Oppenheim, M., Mother and children ; and Railway compartment, a pair 

circular — 9J in. diam. (Wallis), £17 6s. 6d. 

39 Pavy, Eug., 1888, Arabs resting, panel — 8J X loj (Amor), £15 15s. 

40 Pavy, Eug., 1884, Eastern market-place, panel — 5J X loj (Mitchell), £17 6s. 6d. 

41 Pavy, Ph., 1889, Market figures, Tangier, panel — 12 X 18 (Wallis), £8 i8s. 6d. 

42 Siefert, A., Heads of girls, on gold grounds, panel (Schroeder), £6 6s. 

43 Seignac, P., Amusing the baby, panel — 13J X loj (Lister), £3 3s. 

44 Seller, C, Off duty, on panel — 6J X 5 (Lindlar), £26 5s. 

45 Tenkate, H., Backgammon-players in a tavern, panel — 17^ X 28 (Mitchell), 

£27 6s. 

BRITISH SCHOOL. 

46 Two warreners, with ponies and dogs, panel — 24 X 29 (Wallis), £9 gs 

47 Aumonier, J., Promise of May — ii^ X 17J (Sampson), £3 3s. 

48 Bartlett, W. H., St. Ives— 17 X 27 (Sampson), £7 7s. 

49 Bartlett, W. H., 1884, Shrimpers near Venice — 18 X 23 (Mitchell), £5 15s. 6d. 

50 Bartlett, W. H., 1899, Taking a calf to market — 14J X 23^ (Mitchell), £4 4s. 

51 Bartlett, W. H., 1893, A poor catch — izi X 19J (Sampson), £6 6s. 

52 Bates, David, 1879, Haytime in the Llugwy Valley — 15I X 23J (Sampson), 

£4 14s. 6d. . 

53 Bates, David, 1880, At Bettws-y-Coed — 14 X 20J (withdrawn). 

54 Bradley, Basil, 1886, The old story: Quai de la Gare, Paris, panel — 13 X 9J 

(Mitchell), £7 7S. 

55 Breanski, A. de. The Llugwy at Bett\vs-y-Coed — 23 X 35 (Derbyshire), £3 3s. 

56 Brett, J., A.R.A-, 1882, Pwll Ewn— 6| X 13I (Wallis), £5 5s. 

57 Brett, J., A.R.A., 1879, Monkstone ; and Low water, a pair — 6| X 13^ 

(Permain), £5 5s. 

58 Burgess, J. B., R.A., 1869, Spanish flower-girl — 31J X 23^ (Sampson), £15 15s. 

59 Burgess, J. B., R.A., The lemonade-seller — 19 J x 29^ (Lister), £7 7s. 

60 Burgess, J. B., R.A., 1884, The trysting-tree ; and Figmres on the sea shore, 

panel (Wallis), £3 3s. 

61 Calderon, P. H., R.A., 1866, Hide and seek — 27 X 34 (Newman), £3 3s. 

62 Calthrop, Claude, 1873, Italian garden at Knole — 13J X i7i (Willis), £1 iis. 6d. 

63 Carter, H., Waiting for the boats — 23 X 35 (Sampson), £13 13s. 

64 Cole, Vicat, R.A., 1857, The beach at Yarmouth — 15J X 23* (Mitchell), 

£10 IDS. 

65 Cole, Vicat, R.A., Rocky coast scene — iij X igj (Graves), £7 7s. 

66 Cole, Vicat, R.A. On the Arun — iij X 18J (Arthurton), £16 i6s. 

67 Cooke, E. W., R.A., River scenes, with boats, a pair — 8 X 20J (Misell, jun.), 

£4 4S. 

68 Cooke, E.W., R.A., Peter-boat on the Thames : Evening — 13 X 19 (Shepherd), 

69 Creswick, T., R.A., Welsh river, panel — 17J X 23^ (McLean), £7 7s. 

70 Dobson, W. C. T., R.A., Minding the goats — 23 X iS (Mitchell), £22 is. 

71 Duncan, E., 1850, On the look out ; and River scene, with woman and child, 

by C. J. Lewis (Mitchell), £5 5s. 

72 Farquharson, D., A.R.A., 1889, Whale ashore, Beauly Firth — iij X igj 

(Sampson), £9 gs. 

73 Forbes, Stanhope A., R.A., Roast chestnuts : Quimperle — 21J X 14^ (Bower), 

£36 15s. 
5-4 Frith, W. P., R.A., 1876, The buttonhole— 13J X loj (Galbraith), £8 los. 

75 Gale W., An Indian girl ; and A brunette, panel (Purdie), £2 12s. 6d. 

76 Goodall, F., R.A., Banks of the Nile— 14J X 35^ (Smith), £10 los. 

77 Goodall, F., R.A., 1893, The drinking-place — 14J X 35J (Smith), £15 15s. 



146 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

78 Goodall, F., R.A., 1S84, Eveniag : Return from the pasture — 14J x 35^ 

(Sampson), fy gs. 

79 Goodall, F., R.A., 1895, Morning: Going to the pastures — 14* X 35^ (Lister), 

£15 15s. 

80 Goodall, F., R.A., 1859-70, A desert settlement — laj X 2ii (Mitchell), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

81 Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., Hemingford Abbots— 15 X 22^ (MitchelU, 

£12 I2S. 

82 Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., On the river bank — 15 x 22J (Fores), £9 19s. 6d. 

83 Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., 1873, Hay-barges near Venice — 13 X aoj 

(Mitchell), £17 173. 

84 Hardy, F. D., 1889, The widow's school — 13 X 20 (Sampson), £22 is. 

85 Hardy, F. D., 1877, Leaving the old home— 7 X 9 (Mitchell), £6 6s. 

86 Hardy, Heywood, 1885, Horses in the sea — loj X 16^ (Sampson), £7 17s. 6d. 

87 Hardy, Heywood, 1868, Harvest field; and On the river, by C. J. Lewis, 

1875 (Sampson), £4 4s. 

88 Hayes, E., R.H.A., 1872, Fishing-boats ofi Guernsey — 9i X 13^ (Sampson), 

£445- 

89 Hayes, E., R.H.A., St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall — 9J X 13J (Graves), 

£11 OS. 6d. 

90 Hemy, C. Napier, R.A., 1S79, Out against the tide — 19^ X 29J (Mitchell), 

£35 14s. 

91 Hemy, C. Napier, R.A., Port of Newcastle — 16^ X 25J (Johnston), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

92 Herring, J. F., sen.. Horses by a shed, circular — 20 J ins. diam. (Hackett) 

£4 4S. 

93 Herring, J. F., sen.. Three horses' heads, circular ; and " Charlie," a pet 

dog, by G. Paice, 1880 (Kiihn), £1 i8s. 

94 Hillingford, R., The Guild presenting an address to the architect of Cologne 

Cathedral— 16 X 25i (iUtchell), £17 i7s. 

95 Hillingford, Mrs., Lesson in deportment ; and Town on a river, by P. C. 

Dommersen (Lister), £9 gs. 

96 Hodgson, J. E., R.A., Eastern story-teller — 24 X 19 J (Sampson), £6 6s. 

97 Hodgson, J. E., R.A., 1877, Gossips in an eastern bazaar, panel — 18 X 12 

(Wallis), £14 3S. 6d. 

98 Johnson, C. E., 1887, Windy day— 23 X 35 (Paris), £3 13s. 6d. 

99 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1865-1901, The LUugwy at Bettws-y-Coed — 15^ X 23^ 

(Wallis), £35 14s. 

100 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1880, On the Wynan near Dolgelly — i3i X 19 (with- 
drawn). 

loi Leader, B. W., R.A., 1880, Pool on the Llugwy, North Wales— 6J X 12 (Wallis), 
£15 15s. 

102 Leader, B. W., R.A., On the coast of Arran- 8i X 11* (Mitchell), £28 7s. 

103 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1896, The Welsh mountains ; and Conway Bay from 

near Llandudno — 7 J X iij (Wallis), £16 i6s. 

104 Leader, B. W., R.A., Autumn evening, Worcestershire — 8J X 8^ (Wallis), 

£7 7s. 

105 Lewis, C. J., 1858, " Punch " in the country — SJ X i4i (Mitchell), £16 i6s. 

106 Lewis, C. J., Harvest ; and River scene, with weir (JVIisell, jun.), £5 5s. 

107 Lloyd, Tom, 1881, Driving home the calves — 15^ X 31 (Lister), £11 iis. 

108 Lloyd, Tom, 1882, Minding the baby — 19 Y. 29 (Sampson), £9 9s. 

109 Long, Edwin, R.A., 1863, Don Quixote making love — 27 X 35 (Mitchell), 

£9 9s. 



January 20 and 22, 1912. 147 

no Macallum, Hamilton, 1878, Fishing in a Scotch mist — 17J y. 33* (Shepherd), 

£7 7s. 
in Macallum, Hamilton, 1887, Rhine boats waiting for ebb water — iji >: 27j 

(Mitchell), £% 8s. 

112 MacWhirter, J., R.A., In the birchwood : Evening — 43 X 21J (Connell), 

£110 5S. 

113 MacWhirter, J., R.A., Strathspey — iS x 28 (Sampson), £46 4s. 

1 14 Marks, H. S., R.A., Cowper at Olnej- — igj- X 22 (Pawsej- & Pa\-ne), £4 143. 6d. 

115 Moore, H., R.A., 1890, Fishing fleet — 15^ x 35* (Lister), £5 5s. 

116 Moore, H., R.A., Fishing fleet putting out — rij x 33^ (Graves), £6 i6s. 6d. 

117 Moore, H., R.A., 1891, Incoming tide — iij X 2(i\ (Tooth), £4 4s. 

iiS Moore, H., R.A., 1889, Dull day on the downs — iii x 23^ (Newman), £2 12s. 6d. 

119 Moore, H., R.A., 1869, Quiet evening at sea — iii ;: 19^ (Lister). £4 14s. 6d. 

120 Moore, H., R.A., 1882, Mouth of a river — 9i : ' 21 (Lister), £2 12s. 6d. 

121 Moore, H., R.A., 1864, At Iver, near Balmoral — 11 J ;< 17J (Sampson), £7 7s. 

122 Moore, H., R.A., 1881, Grey sea — 7i >' 12J (Lister), £5 15s. 6d. 

123 Morgan, F., In the ha>'field — 23J >' 14* (Sampson), £9 19s. 6d. 

124 Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., 1871, Puzzled — 16J X 13J (C. T. Harris), £6 i6s. 6d. 

125 Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., i860, A knotty point — iij x 13^ (Lister), £21. 

126 O'NeUl, G. B., The ghost stor\- ; and The \-illage postman, by \V. Hemsley, 

panel (Walker), £4 4s. 

127 Parton, Ernest, On the Thames, near Wargrave — 13 x 19J (Paris), £5 15s. 6d. 
12S Phillip, J., R.A., A Scottish baptism, a sketch, panel — 13J X 2oi (Mitchell),. 

£3 13s. 6d. 

129 Phillip, J., R.A., The miller's daughter, panel — 15 X iij (Mitchell), £13 2S. 6d. 

130 Pritchett, E., Venice ; and River scene, by Blandford Fletcher (Sampson 

£4 14s. 6d. 

131 Saltmer, F. A., New-mown hay — 23 X 19 (Darbyshire), £4 14s. 6d. 

132 Sampson, J. H., 1877, Coast scene, with fishing-boats — 17J X 35^ (Misell, 

jun.), £1 IS. 

133 Sampson, J. H., 1883, Hauling in the fishing-net — 19 J X 29* (Misell, jun.), 

£2 2S. 

134 Smith, George, The reading lesson, panel — 6J x 9 (Wallis), £5 iss. 6d. 

135 Solomon, A., i860, Mother and child ; and The opera-box, by T. Brooks, 

circular Olisell, jun.), £5 15s. 6d. 

136 Solomon, Simeon, 1869, Toilet of a Roman Empress — 44 >: 37^ (Lister), 

£6 6s. 

137 Varley, J., 1878, Mosque at Boulaq — 25J y. igi (Spencer), £5 5s. 

138 Ward, H., i860. The May Queen— 13I x i7i (Lister), £8 8s. 

139 Webb, J., 1S84, Waiting the return of the fishing-boats — i3i x 19 J (Mitchell), 

£11 OS. 6d. 

140 Webster, T., R.A., Blowing bubbles, panel— 16 x 13J (Willis), £8 i8s. 6d. 

141 Webster, T., R.A., My back kitchen, panel — 8i X 11} (Sampson), £9 9s. 

142 Webster, T., R.A., A familiar hand ; and Pensioner fighting his battle over 

again, by G. B. O'Neill (Harris), £5 55. 

143 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., The dirty bairn, panel ; and Mending nets, by L. P. 

Smythe, A.R.A. (Misell, jun.), £5 5s. 

144 Williams, J. Haynes, At the window; and Free seats, by Claude Calthrop 

(Misell, jun.) £2. 

145 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., 1888, On the Medway— i7i x 31^ (Tooth). £29 8s. 

PICTURES. 

146 Bartlett, W. H., 18S8, Fishing-boafs return— 9} x iSJ (McLean), £6 i6s. 6d. 



148 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

147 Bartlett, W. H., Unloading hay for Saturday's market — SJ x 14^ (Lister), 

£6 i6s. 6d. p: 
14S Bartlett, W. H., 1892, Cottage garden, Barre-y-va ; and Pasture by a river 

(Graves), £6 6s. 

149 Bartlett, W. H., i860. Unloading hay from the marshes ; and Trout-stream, 

by C. J. Lewis, panel (Sampson), £3 3s. 

150 Bough ton, G. H., R.A., Knitting ; and Hide and seek, by J. Morgan (Sampson), 

£10 los. 

151 Brett, J., A.R.A., 1885, Highland sound, with boats— 6J X 13J (Wallis), 

£4 4S. 

152 Burgess, J. B., R.A., 1878, Girl, with a rose ; and Arab boy, panel (Sampson), 

£13 2S. 6d. 

153 Burgess, J. B., R.A., Eastern girl, panel ; and The music lesson, by Mrs. E. M. 

Ward (Mitchell), £12 is. 6d. 

154 Carter, R. H., Butter and eggs for Market, Scalloway — 134 :< 19J (Misell, 

jun.), £4 14s. 6d. 

155 Clark, J., The writing lesson ; and Going to school, by J. Hayllar, 1870, panel 

(Carey), £4 14s. 6d. 

156 Clark, J., Papa at home ; and Farmyard, with cattle, by G. Cole (Misell, jun.), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

157 Creswick, T., R.A., Country lane, with gipsies ; and Figures on the cliEfs 

(Wallis), £5 5S. 

158 Frith, W. P., R.A., Pet canary, panel— 9 X loj (Hackett), £7 7s. 

159 Gale, W., 1861, Irish peasant girls at a cottage door, panel — 11 J X 8 J (Boyle), 

£7 7s. 

160 Goodall, F., R.A., 1870, Eastern mother and child — 2i| X 15 (Sampson), 

£17 17s. 

161 Goodall, F., R.A., 1859-69, Eastern bazaar — 15 X 21 (Mitchell), £6 i6s. 6d. 

162 Goodall, F., R.A., 1895, Overflow of the Nile, panel — 10 X i7i (Sampson), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 

163 Goodall F., R.A., 1872, Eastern bazaar — 11 X 15J (Mitchell), £4 4s. 

164 Hardy, F. D., 1861, " Try dese pair ! " — 6^ X 9 (Sampson), £7 17s. 6d. 

165 Hardy, Heywood, 1875, Pheasant-shooting ; and Coverack Cove, by Tom 

Lloyd (Carey), £1 is. 

166 Hayes, E., R.H.A., Stranded boats ; and Ned and Sam : Two fisher-boys, 

by Tom Lloyd, panel (Misell, jun.), £6 6s. 

167 Hayllar, J., 1872, Preparing for the wedding — 12 J X 19^ (Carey), £2 12s. 6d. 

168 Herring, J. P., sen., 1836, The favourite horse ; and Milking-time, by Heywood 

Hardy (Fores), £5 5s. 

169 Herring, J. F., 1854, Watering the farm horses — 14^ X 19J (Hackett), 

£8 1 8s. 6d. 

170 Johnson, C. E., 1890, Haunt of the grouse — gi X i5i (Graves), £5 15s. 6d. 

171 King, Haynes, 1878, Out in the snow; and Guinevere and Lancelot, by J. 

Archer, R.S.A., 1843 (R. Modovar), £7 17s. 6d. 

172 Kneller, Sir G., Lady Kaye, daughter of Sir Samuel Marrow, in blue dress, 

oval — 29 X 24 (Sampson), £22 is. 

173 Knight, W. H., Playing with baby ; and The child's evening prayer, by B. 

Hughes, 1863 (Mitchell), £7 17s. 6d. 

174 Le Jeune, H., A.R.A., 1880, The mill-wheel, panel — 13^ X loj (Sampson), 

£24 3S. 

175 Lewis, C. J., Path across the wheatfield — 29 X 20 (Carey), £1 iis. 6d. 

176 Lewis, C. J., A Thames lock, sketch, panel — 12 X 18J (Sampson), 

is 5S. 



January 20 and 22, 1912. 149 

177 Lewis, C. J., Playing at school; and River scene, with pump (Mitchell), 

178 Lidderdale, C. S., 1870, Off with the old love, on with the new — 24^- >' 34 

(Sampson), £4 4s. 

179 Lidderdale, C. S., Gipsy girl, panel ; and Ea-:tern girl, by \V. Gale (Le\A-is), 

£7 ys. 

180 Luker, W., 1889, Cattle at a ford, panel — gi X 17 (Wallis), £6 6s. 

181 Meadows, Arthur, 1897-8, Venice ; and Tours on the Loire, a pair, panel — 

7i X iij (Mitchell), £7 17s. 6d. 

182 Morgan, J., Shrimpers; and The coming storm, by R. P. Richards, 1870 

(Misell, jun.), £5 5s. 

183 Nasmyth, Woody landscape, with a bam, panel — loj X 14J (Ellis), £5 5s. 

184 Nasmyth, Cottage, with farm carts ; and Rocky coast scene, by E. W. Cooke 

R.A. (Collings), £5 5s. 

185 Pelham, T. K., 1870, Gossips in Seville — 27 X 35 (Mitchell), £14 145. 
r86 Pelham, T. K., Going to market — 27 X 35 (Mitchell), £14 3s. 6d. 

187 Phillip, J., R.A., G. J. Durrant, Esq.; and Friendly advice (Mitchell), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

188 Sampson, J. H., 1871, Hauling in the wreckage — T9J x 29^ (Misell, jun.), £2. 

189 Smith, G., 1851, The arbour ; and Napoleon in Egypt, panel (Ellis), £10 los. 

190 Smith, George, 1857, The flute, panel — 14 X 9J (Lister), £7 7s. 

191 Smythe, L. P., A.R.A., Rough night at sea — 22} X 30 J (Smith), £4 4s. 

192 Solomon, A., A Portrait painter ; and Teasing, bj' P. Seignac, panel 

(Mitchell), £3 3S. 

193 Solomon, A., Fortune-telling, on panel ; and A scientist, by Briton Riviere, 

R.A., 1856 (Misell, jun.), £4 4s. 

194 Solom.on, Simeon, 1867, Roman lady with votive urn — 16J x 14^ (C. Harris), 

£22 IS. 

195 Vernon, A. L., 1877, Spinning a yam — 15 x 23i (Sampson), £5 5s. 

196 Vickers, A., Shrimpers ; and Market-boats, from Trondra, by R. H. Carter, 

panel (Misell, jun.), £3 13s. 6d. 

197 Webb, J., Near Felixstowe ; and Entering port, iSSi (Graves), £11 iis. 

198 Webb, J., Low tide; and Village scene, by J. M. Barber (Misell, jun.), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

199 Wyllie, C. W., On the Medway — gi x 17J (Wallis), £4 14s. 6d. 



DRAWINGS. 

200 Austin, S., Fishing-boats off jetty — ej X 8^ (Leggatt), £10 los. 

201 Himt, W., Plums and greengages — 7} x loj (Fowler), £6 i6s. 6d. 

202 Haag, Carl, Monks at their devotions — i$i X 10 (Bowden), £15 15s. 

203 Angell, H. Coleman, Red currants — 4J X iii (Gooden &. Fox), £4 4s. 

204 De Wint, P. ,Views of Gloucester Cathedral, sepia, a set of four (Gooden & Fox), 

£27 6s. 

205 Cox, D., jun.. Haymaking — 12 X 18 (Mitchell), £5 5s. 

206 Wimperis, E. M., 1863, Figures at a ford — gf X 8 (Vicars), £1 5s. 

207 Beavis, R., 1863, Cattle and sheep on the Dunes — 12I X igj (Care}'), £1 12s. 

208 Aldridge, F. J,, Fishing-boats off a town — 14J X 21 (Misell, jun.), £1 5s. 

209 Jervis, E. D. S., Venetian hay-barges ; and Sunrise, mouth of the Dart, by 

A. H. Enock (Plaistow), £1 is. 

210 MacPherson, J., On the Thames; and Silent pool, by J. J. Bannatyne 

(Aldridge), £1 5s. 

211 Bennett, W., 1852, The cornfield — 14* x 20 J- (Austen), £8 Ss. 

212 Callow, W., 1850, Piazzetta, Venice — gi x i2i (Vicars), £10 los. 



I50 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

213 Wheatley, F., R.A., Market girl ; and Peasant woman — 14 X 12 (Rose), £12 12s. 

214 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Landscape, with figure ; and An archway, by J. 

Holland, 1832 (Rose), £22 is. 

215 Lloyd, Tom, The common — 7 :■; 14^ (Newman), £2 12s. 6d. 

216 Hunt, W., The link-boy— 24J x 18J (Hull), £5 15s. 6d. 

217 Lloyd, Tom, 1880, Summer noon — 17J X 3ii (Newman), £6 i6s. 6d. 

218 Steelink, W., Near the village : Twilight— loj X 18J (Wallis), £13 13s. 

219 Rip, W. C, Canal scene, with mills, boats and horseman — 15 X 21J (Graves), 

£9 9S. 

220 Rip, W. C, Canal scene, with windmill and boats — gj X i3i (Graves), £6 6s. 

221 Steelink, W., Return of the flock— iSJ X 25 (Tooth), £27 6s. 

222 Steelink, W., The shepherdess— 24 X 17 (Mitchell), £28 7s. 

223 Orrock, J., 1893, Bolton Castle, Yorkshire — 19 J >: 29^ (Schuster), £42. 

224 Davies, E., Snow on Cader Idris — 27 X 46 (J. J. Smith), £9 gs. 

225 Wimperis, E. M., Common scene, with cart ; and A mansion (Vicars), £4 4s. 

226 Pilsbury, Wilmot, 1878, Stokesay Mill ; and A pastoral, by F. O. Finch 

(J. J. Smith), £7 17s. 6d. 

227 Linton, Sir J. D., Head of a lady ; and A cavalier (Vicars), £2 5s. 

228 Leitch, W. L., Between Kilpatrick and Bowling ; Murano ; and Canal near 

West Drayton (Wallis), £5 5s. 

229 Leitch, W. L., A gate, Blair Atholl ; Italian river scene ; and Castro Giovanni 

(Schuster), £6 6s. 

PICTURES. 

230 Linton, Sir J. D., 1879, The feather fan — 23J X i7i (Vicars), £1 iis. 6d. 

231 Syer, J., 1874, Barmouth — 33 X 47 (Webbum), £47 5s. 

232 Hicks, G. E., 1910, Flower girl— 23i X igi (Wallis), £3 13s. 6d. 

233 Hicks, G. E., Study of a girl's head — 13^ X loj (Wagner), £1 is. 

234 Leurs, J., Sheep in a pasture — 14 X 23^ (Laurence), £18 i8s. 

235 Masure, Low tide — 42^ X 58J (Newman), £5 5s. 

236 Carmichael, J. W., View in Holland, with boats and figures — 30 X 50 (Grant), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

237 Wainewright, T. F., 1855, Cattle and sheep, near \villow-trees — 17J X 23i 

(Lister), £1 iis. 6d. 

238 Wyatt, H., 1838, Pleasant thoughts, oval— gj X 8 (Grant), £10 los. 

239 Francois, C, 1821, The life-school, panel — 30 X 24i (Foster), £5 5s. 

240 Lance, G., Fruit on a table — 27J X 35i (Vicars), £13 2s. 6d. 

241 Ward, Pigs in a stye — 174- X 23J (Grose), £2 2S. 

242 Egley, T. Maw, 1875, Fortune- telling— 16| X 12 J (Misell, jun.), £1 iis. 6d. 

243 Brocky, C, On the staircase ; and At the window (Leger), £1 iis. 6d. 

244 Recknagel, Otto (of Munich), The death of the stag— i2i X 9J (Sampson), 

£1 IS. 

245 Baratti, F. (Rome), 1877, Spanish courtyard, with figures and mules — 26 X 41J 

(Drew), £14 14s. 

246 Wyburd, F. J., The harem— 27* X 35i (Gray), £18 i8s. 6d. 

247 Phillips, J., R.A., Marie Antoinette and her son in the temple — 19 X 16 (Grace), 

£4 4S. 

248 Long, E, R.A., 1878, The tambourine-player— 27J X 19 (Wood), £12 12s. 

249 Havers, Val, " Within the branching shade of reverie " — D. G. Rossetti. 

R.A., 1900 — 36J X 50 (Wood), £10 los. 

250 Havers, Va!, School for scandal— 40^ X soj (Wood), £11 iis. 

251 Stark, J.. View near Norwich, with stream, bridge, and windmill — 19 X 27 

(Pollock), £9 gs. 

252 Adam, P. W., Vineyard on the Lido, Venice— 27J X 52J (Wallis), £3 13s. 6d. 



January 20 and 22, 1912. 151 

253 Adam, P. W., 1896, Spring at Glenbrook, Ireland — 44^ X 37J (Wallis), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

254 Adam, P. W., An old letter — 33J x 23J (Wallis), £2 12s. 6d. 

255 Adam, P. \V., 1894, Yes ! or No ! — 26 >; 18 (Wallis), £3 13s. 6d. 

256 Berchem, Peasants and animals by a stream, panel — 14 X 2oi (Schroeder), 

£12 I2S. 

257 Ewbank, J. W., R.S.A., Bay scene, with shipping in a calm : Sunset — isj- X 25J 

(Carey), £1 is. 

258 Forbes, J. Colin, Sunset — 14 :•' igj (Lister), £2 5s. 

259 McCulloch, H., R.S.A., Landscape, with watermill, cart and figmres — 21J X sgj 

(Fishbum), £3 3s. 

260 McCulloch, H., R.S.A., Sunset ; and The Esk, by E. T. Crawford, R.S.A., 

panel (Fishburn), £5 15s. 6d. 

261 Middleton, J., Going to the stream. Isle of Arran — 23 J X igj (Palser), £5 5s. 

262 Molenaer, K., Cottage by a stream, with boat and figures, panel — 16J X 20 

(Richardson), £31 los. 

263 Opie, J., R.A., Head cf a boy, with blue dress and white collar, oval — 17 X 13 

(Leger), £9 9s. 

264 Thomson, Rev. J. (of Duddingston), Hilly river scene, with tower — 19J x 29J 

(Palser), £6 i6s. 6d. 

265 Weber, Th., Barfleur ; and St. Nazaire, a pair — 21 X 12J (Graves), £28 7s. 

DRAWINGS. 

266 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., Stags' heads : A study for " Morning," crayons — 

i3i X i9i (Dale), £33 12s. 

267 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., 1827, The whiskey-still, Glen Feshie, pen-and-ink and 

wash — 10 X 14 (Leggatt), £9 19s. 6d. 
PICTURES. 

268 Banks, T. J., Welsh river scene; and Shipping in a calm, by H. Redmore 

(Grose), £1 15s. 

269 Bonheur, Auguste, Red cattle of Brittany — 12 X 15^ (Riley), £10 los. 

270 Chambers, G., 1826, Men-of-war in the Downs — 25 X 38 (Gray), £4 4s. 

271 Etty, W., R.A., Study of " Joan of Arc at the stake," panel — 18J X 14 (Gray), 

£3 3S. 

272 Grimshaw, Atkinson, 1877, Old Whitby ; and Old house at sunset, a pair — 

13J X 20 (Fishbum), £16 i6s. 

273 Holder, E.H., Serenity ; and Tevisham, Newton Dale, Yorkshire (Misell, jun.), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

274 Lance, G., Basket of fruit — 17J X 13J (Wood), £11 lis. 

275 Mann, J. H. S., Young bride, oval — 19J X 17 (Draper), £7 7s. 

276 Miiller, R. A., Copernicus in his study — i7i X 23J (Bell), £5 5s. 

277 Redmore, H., 1869, Mouth of the Texel, with shipping and pilot-boat — 

2ii X 39i (Lister), £5 15s. 6d. 

278 Roux, C, The watering-place — 15 X 31 (Sampson), £8 8s. 

279 Thirion, Eugene, Triumph of faith : Christian martyrs in the time of Nero — 

34 X 57 (Grace), £14 14s. 

280 Weekes, H., Highland Lassie ; and Moorland stream, by T. J. Banks (Thorold), 

£6 6s. 



152 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



January 24, 1912. Christie's. 

Mezzotint Portraits and Engravings, in colours. 

Framed. 
S. Cousins, R.A. 

1 Miss Macdonald ; and Master Hope, after Sir T. Lawrence (Robinson), £4 4s. 

2 Lady Blessington, after Sir T. Lawrence (Maggs), £5 5s. 

3 Miss Croker, after Sir T. Lawrence (Vicars), £5 5s. 

4 Countess Grey and child, after Sir T. Lawrence (Maggs), £5 15s. 6d. 

5 Countess Gower and child, after Sir T. Lawrence (James), £4 14s. 6d. 

6 Duchess of Devonshire ; and Duchess of Rutland, after Sir J . Reynolds (Wylde 

and Co.), £3 13s. 6d. 

7 Duchess of Rutland, after Sanders, second state (Leggatt), £4 4s. 

8 The love letter, after Raoux, presentation proof from the engraver (Agnew), 

£65 2S. 

9 Lady Dover and child, after Sir T. Lawrence, third state (Yeulett), £6 6s. 
10 Coimtess Gower and daughter, after Sir T. LawTence (Berham), £4 14s. 6d. 

ENGRAVINGS OF THE EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 
In the Folio. 
IX Cupids sleeping, after Bartolozzi, by T. Clarke, proofs in bistre, a pair (Hall), 
£1 15s. 

12 Coriolanus, after A. Kauffman, by Bartolozzi, open-letter proof, in bistre 

(Brail), £1 los. 

13 The young Roscius, by J. Godby, in colours ; and Mrs. Fitzherbert, by R. 

Cooper (Maggs), i8s. 

14 The Deshabille, after Metsu, by J. Watson (Rimell), los. 

15 Thomas, Lord Pelham, after Hoppner, by S. W. Reynolds, proof ; and another 

(Pawsey & Payne), £1 los. 

16 Mrs. Arbuthnot, after Hoppner, by S. W. Rejiiolds, proof (Ellis & Smith), 

£102 i8s. 

17 Children bathing (the Hoppner children), after J. Hoppner, R.A., by J. Ward, 

first published state with the title in open letters (Sabin), £357. 

18 Ladies of rank and fashion, after J Hoppner, R.A., and C. Wilkin, engraved 

by C. Wilkin, comprising portraits of Lady Charlotte Duncombe, Lady 
St. Asaph, Lady Charlotte Campbell, Viscountess Andover, Lady Gertrude 
Villiers, Lady Langham, Countess of Euston, Lady Catherine Howard, 
Duchess of Rutland, Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick ; proofs before the titles, 
in bistre, with descriptive letterpress, in original wrappers, as issued 
(Pollard), £315. 

19 Childish amusement ; and Youth diverting age, after Morland, by Dickinson 

and Grozier, in colours (Sabin), £120 15s. 

20 Messrs. Shepherd, Beard, and Dunstell in " Love in a village," after Zofiany, 

by Finlayson (Tregaskis), los. 6d. 

21 Lecture on gadding, after J. R. Smith, by Bartolozzi, in colours (Jarvis), 

£6 6s. 

22 Duchess of Devonshire, after Gainsborough, by Barney, in colours, cut (Eve), 

£21. 

23 Pleasures of Education ; and the companion print, by L. Marin, in colours 

(W. Sabin), £102 i8s. 

Framed. 
Z'iK Le Berger recompense ; and companion print, after Boucher, by G^illard 
(Robson), £6 6s. 



January 24, 1912. 155 

23B The toilette ; and The music lesson, by and after Flipart ; aiid anothei 
(Robson), £5 5s. 

24 The little courier, by A. Diirer (Parsons), £3 3s. 

25 The assumption of the Virgin ; a wood-block engraving by the same (EUmell), 

£1 8s. 

26 Le Premier Pas ; and Les Suites d'ua Premier Pas, by Chaponnier, a pair ; 

and L'ambition, by the same, in colours (GrevUle), £3 3s. 

27 La Grotte de I'Hymen ; and L'Exemple dangereux, after Schall. by the same, 

a pair ; and Adam and Eve, by and after Cazenave, in colours (Greville), 
£6 i6s. 6d. 

28 La Mere bien aimee, after Greuze, by Massard (Cheape), £1 is. 

29 One Tree Hill, Greenwich, after Rowlandson, coloured aquatint (Cheape), 

£1 IS. 

30 and 31 Lady seated, wearing large hat, holdiiig a book ; and Lady seated in a 

landscape with a dog, published by Carrington Bowles, in colours. — Love- 
in the Highlands ; and The retarded appointment, published by Carrington 
Bowles, in colours (Greenstreet), £2 2S. 

32 London street cries, small plates by P. W. Tomkins, a set of six (Gooden 

and Fo::), £4 14s. 6d. 

33 and 34 Signora AUegranti, after Cosway, by Bartolozzi ; and one after Shelley.. 

— Hesitation ; and The choice, by and after W. Ward, a pair (Jacobsen),. 
£8 8s. 

35 Sporting subjects, after Howitt, by Aiken, set of four, in colours (Rimell)^ 

£5 15s. 6d. 

36 Hon. Mrs. North, after Romney ; and Mrs. O'Neill, after Peters, modern. 

impressions ; and another (Oldham), 15s. 

37 Viscountess Bulkeley, after Cosway, by Bartolozzi ; and another (Green- 

street), £2 2S. 

38 Genius and Beauty, after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, in colours (Sabin), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

39 L'Age Agreable ; and Le Larcin Tolere, after Lambart, by Le \'asseur (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £13 13s. 

40 and 41 Earl of Arundel, after Van Dyck, by Lombart ; and Ann Boleyn, by 

Houbraken. — Mrs. Darner, after Cosway, by Schiavonetti ; and another 
(Brail), los. 6d. 

42 Portrait of a lady, water-colour dra\ving by A. Buck (Tregaskis), £1 5s. 

43 Story of Letitia, after Morland, by J . R. Smith, the set of six, in colours (Graves), 

£44 2S. 

44 L' Allegro and II Penseroso, after Romney, by J. Jones, in colours (Yeulett), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

45 Departure of the sons of Tippoo Sahib ; and the companion print, after M. 

Brown, by D. Orme, in colours (Pollard), £6 6s. 

46 Lady Melboiurne and child, after Sir J. Reynolds, by T. Watson, second state 

(Maggs), £10 IDS. 

47 Hon. Mrs. Parker, after and by the same (Brail), £4 4s. 

48 Viscount Exmouth, after Beechey, by C. Turner, open-letter proof (Maggs), 

£12 I2S. 

49 Commemoration print of the Princess Charlotte, after Devis, by C. Turner, 

proof (Rogers), £1 10s. 
so Admiral Duncan's victory over the French, mezzotint (Pawsey & Payne), 

3 3S. 
51 Death cf Chatham, after Copley, by Bartolozzi, proof ; and another (Kettle), 

£- =s. 



154 ART PRICES CURRENT. / 

52 Lady Peel, after Lawrence, by W. Giller ; Duchess of Sutherland, and Lady 

Dover, by G. H. Phillips, proofs (Mayne), £2. 

53 The Sutherland children, after Sir E. Landseer, by Cousins, first state (Green- 

street), £1 5s. 
,■14 Beauty's bath, after and by the same, proof (Agnew), £4 4s. 
t5 Auld Robin Gray ; and the companion, after Bunbiiry, in colours (Parker), 

£7 7s. 

56 Industrious cottager ; and Rustic lover, after Wheatley, a pair, in colours 

(Lightfoot), £6 5S. 

57 Clarissa, after Adam Buck, by Piatt and Stadler, in colours (W. Sabui), £8 8s. 

58 May ; June ; July ; and August, after W. Hamilton, R.A., by F. Bartolozzi, 

in bistre (Gooden & Fox), £25 4s. 

59 The soldiers farewell; and Soldier's return, after Morland, by J. Hogg, a 

pair, ki colours (Devereux), £22 is. 

60 Duchess of Cumberland, after Cosway, by J. K. Sherwin (Bird), £1 iis. 6d. 

61 Interior of a butcher's shop, in colours (Bird), £1 lis. 6d. 

62 Inside of a country alehouse, after Morland ; and Outside of a country alehouse, 

after J. Ward, coloured (Brail), £4 4s. 

63 Feeding the pigs, after Morland, by J. R. Smith (Cross), £4 14s. 6d. 

64 The hard bargain ; and The last litter, after Morland, by W. Ward, a pair, 

in colours (Leggatt), £50 8s. 
^5 Outside of a country alehouse, after J. Ward, by W. Ward, in colours (Dighton), 
£88 4S. 

66 Inside of a country alehoase, after Morland, by W. Ward, in colours (Leggatt), 

£79 i6s. 

67 Selling rabbits ; and The citizen's retreat, after J. Ward, by W. Ward, a pair 

in colours (Maggs), £173 5s. 

68 The plundering vagrants ; and The peasant's integrity, after Bigg, by W. 

Barnard, a pair, in colours (Ellis & Smith), £60 i8s. 

69 Rustic hours : Noon and evening, after Wheatley, by H. Gillbank, in colours 

(Lee), £75 I2S. 

70 Gipsies stealing a child ; and The child restored, after Singleton, by Meadows 

a pair, in colours (Dighton), £54 12s. 

71 Lord Nelson, after Rising, whole-length, by J. Young, in colours (Sabin), 

£48 6s. 

72 Miss Harriet Cholmondeley, after Hoppner, by C. Turner, in colours (Williams), 

£2 2S. 

73 TThe tender father ; and The relentless father, after Wheatley, by Gardiner, 

a pair, in colours (Sabin), £31 los. 

74 Lady Broughton, after Sir J. Reynolds, by T. Watson (Yeulett), £8 8s. 

75 Miss Bowles (Juvenile amusement), after the same, by W. Ward, second state 

(Ellis & Smith), £19 19s. 

76 Lady Smythe and children, after the same, by F. Bartolozzi, stipple, proof 

before letters (Pollard), £24 3s. 

77 Lord Nelson, after Abbott, by Earlom (Parker), £6 i6s. 6d. 

78 Hugh, Earl Percy, by and after V. Green (Parker), £1 is. 

79 Lady Pitt, after M. W. Sharp, by W. Say, open-letter proof (Brail), 

£1 IS. 

80 King George III, after Beechey ; Jind George, Prince of Wales, after Harlow, 

by J. and W. Ward (Parker), £3 13s. 6d. 

81 and 82 Dr. James Beattie, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Watson.— C. J. Fox, 

with Lady S. Lennox and Lady S. Strangways, after and by the same 
(Gouges), £5 5S. 



January 24, 1912. 155 



83 Rt. Hon. George Canning, after Hoppner, by J. Young, in colours (Pollard), 

£31 IDS. 

84 Napoleon Buonaparte, after Masquerier, by C. Turner, open-letter proof 

(Sabin), £40 19s. 

85 Sir Walter Scott, after Raeburn, by C. Turner (Parsons), £9 19s. 6d. 

86 Lord Nelson, after Beechey, whole-length, by E. Bell (Brail), £2 12s. 6d. 

87 Mrs. Hale as " Euphrosyne," after Sir J. Rejiiolds, by J. Watson, first state, 

before any letters (Jacobson), £19 19s. 

88 Lady Smythe and children, after Reynolds, by Bartolozzi, in colours (Long), 

£1 us. 6d. 

89 Miss Farren, after Sir T. Lawrence, by F. Bartolozzi, in bistre (Lauser), £12 12s. 
go Hebe, after Huet Villiers, by H. Meyer, in colours (H. Harris), £2 2S. 

91 The Princess Amelia, after Ramberg, by Bartolozzi, in colours (W. Sabin), 

£21. 

92 Two sisters, by M. Bovi, in colours (Pollard), £5 5s. 

93 Mrs. Williams Hope, of Amsterdam, after Sir J. Reynolds, by C. Hodges ; and 

Henry Hope, of Amsterdam, after and by the same (Maggs), £11 lis. 

94 Love and Hope, after Bunbury, by W. Dickinson, in colours (Vaughan), 

£25 4s. 

95 Lord Nelson, after L. F. Abbott, whole-length, by W. Barnard (Pollard), 

£28 7s. 

96 Lord Nelson, after Sir W. Beechey, by E. Bell, open-letter proof (Parker), 

£6 6s. 

97 Mrs. Montagu, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. R. Smith (Bird), £4 14s. 6d. 

98 John Philpot Curran, after Lawrence, by J. R. Smith (Agnew), £2 5s. 

99 Innocent mischief ; and Innocent revenge, after Westall, by C. Josi, a pair, 

in colours (Stoner), £21. 
too The cottagers, after Sir J . Reynolds, by Bartolozzi ; and Venus in her car, 

after A. Kauffman, by W. Ryland, both in colours (Parker), £15 15s. 
JO I Royal hunt in Windsor Park ; and the companion print, after Pollard, by 

Dubourg, aquatints, in colours (Edwards), £S iSs. 6d. 

102 The Quorn Hunt : The meet, and Snob is beat, after Aiken, by F. Lewis, 

in colours (SaviU), £7 7s. 

103 Passengers going to Bury Fair, 1770, after Ogbome, by Stnitt ; and another 

(Storer), £9 9s. 
:i04 Views of the Round Course at Newmarket ; Horse match over the Long Course, 
after Tillemans ; and A Newmarket horse race (Fores), £34 13s. 

105 Easter Monday near Epping, and near Windsor, after Ben Tally-ho, in colom's 

(W. Sabin), £11 os. 6d. 

106 Distant view of the Green Park, Piccadilly, published by G. Humphrey, in 

colours (Sabin), £12 is. 6d. 

107 Fox hunting, after Wolstenholme, by Sutherland, set of four, in colours 

(Gooden & Fox), £15 15s. 

108 Fox hunting, after H. Aiken, set of six, in colours, in two frames (W. Sabin), 

£30 gs. 

109 Hunting subjects, after H. Aiken, set of six, in colours, in two frames (Ellis 

and Smith), £14 14s. 
no Lord Derby's staghounds, after Barenger, set of four, in colours (Fores), 
£27 6s. 

111 Count Sander's exploits in Leicestershire, after Ferneley, by Duncan, set of 

ten, in colours (Sabin), £31 los. 

112 The express extraordinary, after Newhouse, by C. Hunt, set of six, in colours 

(Sabin), £30 9s. 



156 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



ri3 Coaching incidents, after Cooper Henderson, set of six, in colours (Gooden 
and Fox), £2 12s. 6d. 

114 Four-in-hand Club, Hyde Park, after Pollard, by Harris, in colours (Savill), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

115 Otter hunting, after Reinagle ; and Epsom, after Pollard, byC. Huijt, in colours 

(Rimell), £1 lis. 6d. 
ri6 Partridge and snipe shooting, after Morland, by Catton, a pair, in colours 
:EUis & Smith), £63. 



January 27, 1912. 157 

January 37, 1912. Christie's. 

Ancient and Modem Pictures. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Barkej, T. (of Bath), Peasant boys and dog, grisaille ; and Gipsies, by G. 

Morland (Leger), £1 12s. 

2 Cotes, F., R.A., Lady, in white dress with blue cloak, pastel — 28J X 24i 

(Sackville Gallery), £3 15s. 

3 Schayenborg, Van, Herrings ; Sacred subject, by G. Clovio, oval ; and Woman 

carrying a basket, by A. Ostade (Van Duren), £3 5s. 

4 Uitewael, J., Diana and Actaeon — 17J X 25 J (F. Howard), £t 2s. 

5 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., The village postmau, in oils ; and Hunting party, 1824 

(Carfax), £8 los. 

PICTURES. 

6 Artois, J., Landscape, with figures on sandy road — 15 X 20 (Leger), £1 los. 

7 St. Aubin, G. de. Interiors, with peasant women and children, a pair — i8f X 25 

(Parsons), £5 5s. 

8 Barker, T., Peasant girl, in pink dress and white pinafore — 27 X 20J (Turner), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

9 Bassen, B. van. Interior of an apartment, with Christ, Martha and Mary, 

panel — 14 X 2of (Lovegrove), £11 us. 

10 Battem, G. van, Peasants seated round a table, panel — 15 X 12 (Collings), 

£6 6s. 

11 Beechey, Sir W., R.A., The pedlar — 20J X i6i (Leger), £4 4s. 

12 Berchem, N., Landscape, with peasants and animals, panel — 18J X 24 (Petti- 

grew), £6 6s. 

13 Both, A., Road scene, with peasants, panel — gj X 8f (Grose), £2 2S. 

14 Brekelenkam, Q., Figures gathered round the bed of dying man — 15^ X 24 

(—1, £2 i2s. 6d. 

15 Breughel, P., Brawl among peasants, panel — i3f X 2i| (Sackville Gallery), 

£29 8s. 

16 Breughel, J., Group of animals and birds, with the ark in the background, 

panel — 14J X 19J (Metchkovsky), £8 i8s. 6d. 

17 Breughel, J., Landscape, with buildings, figures and felled timber, on copper 

— 9 X i4i (Richardson), £10 los. 

18 Bronzino, Lady, in black dress ; with her young son, in blue dress — 37 x 30 

(WaUis), £7 -s. 

19 Camphuysen, R., Adam and Eve, with animals, in the Garden of Eden, panel 

— 23 X 27i (Quinto), £2 2s. 

20 Constable, J., R.A., Hampstead : Early morning — 13^ x 16 (E. A. Smith), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

21 Constable, J., R.A., London, from Hampstead Heath — loj >: 13J (Girling), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

22 Court, D. M. L., Woody landscape, with sportsman, shepherd and sheep, 

panel — 16 x 20J (Crome), £2 2s. 
.23 Crome, St. Nicholas Church, Yarmouth, panel ; ar.d St. Michael's Mount, 

Cornwall, by D. Cox (Wyatt), £3 3s. 
,24 Cuyp, A., An Engineer, in dark dress ; windmills in the background — 34^ x 

29 (Parsons), £5 15s. 6d. 
25 Dusart, C, Peasants at an inn door, panel — 18 X 13I (Pettigrew), £8 i8s. 6d. 



158 • ART PRICES CURREISIT. 

26 Dutch School. The flagellation of Christ, panel — 2i X 14I (Wagner), £3 3s. 

27 Dow, G. Vanitas : skull and still life on a table, panel — 2oi X 15^ (Smith)^ 

£8 i8s. 6d. 
2S Downman, J., A.R.A., Head of a lad}', with brown dress, panel, oval — 8| X 64 
(Russell), £3 13s. 6d. 

29 Etty, W., R.A., Nymph and young satjT dancing — 29J X 24!- (Howard),, 

£29 8s. 

30 Etty, W., R.A., Cupid and Psyche, a pair — 23* X 37 (Leger), £13' 13s. 

31 Etty, W., R.A., Girl asleep, panel — 18 x 24^- (Gooden & Fox), £4. 
33 Fielding, C, 1834, Glencoe — igf >'. 31 (Crome), £1 iis. 6d. 

33 Fielding, C, Hilly landscape, with viaduct — 13 x 17 (Crome), £3 13s. 6d. 

34 French School. Interior, with women spinning and carding wool, panel 

12J X loj (Harries), £5 5s. 

35 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Landscape, with old building and goats — 25I X 31 

(White), £17 17s. 

36 Gainsborough, T., R.A., River scene, with two figures, cows and sheep, panel — 

18J X 23J (Edwards), £2 12s. 6d. 

37 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Sudbury Church, bj' the river, with rustic bridge — 

19 X 23 (Spink), £6 6s. 

35 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Landscape, with cottages, church and donkeys — 
i8i X 22j- (Wagner), £11 iis. 

39 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Lady, as a shepherdess, standing in a landscape — 

20 X 16 (Leger), £4 4s. 

40 Gainsborough, T., R.A., View over a landscape, two figures in the foreground. 

— 15J X i7i (Buck), £7 7s. 

41 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Girl in white dress and cap, oval, panel — 13J X lo- 

(Sheldon), £5 rjs. 6d. 

42 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Landscape, with church, figure and cow — 6J X loj 

(E. A. Smith), £3 13s. 6d. 

43 Garbo, R. Del, Marriage of the Virgin, panel — 8J X 23^ (Leger), £21. 

44 Goltzius, H., The infant Christ, asleep, with His arm on a skull, panel — 

25* X 34J (Roos), £5 15s. 6d. 

45 Gordon, Sir J. Watson, P.R.S.A., Mr. and Mrs. Baird, of Strichen, a pair; 

and Old lady, in black dress (Wills), £7 7s. 

46 Goya, F., Man, seated on the ground, teaching a magpie to talk — 18 X 23i 

(Wagner), £7 17s. 6d. 
4; Greco, 11, The miracle of Saint Nicholas — 12J :•: 17I (Quinto), £2 12s. 6d. 

48 Guardi, Boys' heads, a pair — loi X 7i (Leger), £10 los. 

49 Heemskirk, E. van, Heads of a monk and a nun, panel — 12 X loj (Jekyll),. 

£7 7s. 

50 Hickey, T., Governor Harrison, in brown dress ; and Norah Harrison, in grey 

and white dress, a pair, on copper, oval' — iij X 9} (Leger), £15 15s. 

51 Holland, J., Interior of the Church of St. Roque, Lisbon — 2i| X isi (P'nto 

and Leite), £6 6s. 
5Z Holland, J., Dover Harbour, Low water, circular — 8i in. diam. (Hackett), £1- 

53 Hoskins, M., Head of Sultan Soliman Ghan ; and Head of a lady, with red 

and blue dress, oval, panel (Arthur), £21. 

54 Ibbetson, J. C, Coast scene, with five figures, boat and donkey — 18 X 23i 

(Whitcombe), £3 13s. 6d. 

55 Janssens, C, Lady, in yellow dress, panel, oval — 8 X 6J- (Reed), £1 los. 

56 Keyser, De, Head of a Cavalier — 12 X gi (Wintemitz), los. 

57 Lahire, L. de, Cupids, playing cards, etc., on a background of wood panels ,. 

a pair — ifij x igj (Metchkovsky), £10 los. 



January 27, 1912. ^59 

58 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., Heads of two deer— 24i X sqi (Misell, jun.), los. 6d. 

59 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., Head of a lady, oval— i6i X 13 (Tattersall), £4 4='- 

60 Leakey, J., Sir J. Yarde-Buller : and Lady Yarde-Buller, a pair, paael— 

19J X i3i (Russell), £5 5S. 

61 Loiighi, P., The confessional — 23* X 19 (Sheldon), £8 85. 

62 Metsu, G., Danae reclining on a couch, panel — 9 X 6 (Schroeder), £3 35. 

63 Morando, P., Saint Veronica holding the napkin — 27*' >: 2ii (Quinto), 

£3 13s- 6d. 

64 MoreeUe, P., Young lady holding a rose — 24* ;■; igi (Quinto), £5 15s. 6d. 

65 Morlaud, G., River scene, with rustic bridge, angler and figures, panel — 14 X 20 

(Leger), £8 8s. 

66 Morland, G., Lake scene, with boats and horsenian ; and Classical lake scene, 

with figures, by R. Wilson, R.A., panel (Tabor), £11 iis. 

67 Nasmyth, Landscape, with an old oak, church and pool — 16 X 2oi (Buck), 

£8 8s. 

68 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Edward Gibbon, historian, in red coat with white 

stock, oval — 29i X 24^ (E. A. Smith), £2 12s. 6d. 

69 Reynolds, Madonna and Child— 15 X i8i (Wagner), £18 183. 

70 Reynolds, Cupid and Psyche, panel ; and Cupid holding a bow (Wyatt), 

£6 6s. 

71 Rosalba, Head of a girl — 17 X 13 (Russell), £13 13s. 

72 Russell, J., R.A., Boy, in blue coat and yellow vest, oval — iij X 9^ {\^ 

Wertheimer), £27 6s. 

73 Spanish School. Female saint at her devotions— 18 x 15 (Quinto), £2 2s. 

74 Tintoretto, Sketch of a rabbit ; and The young shepherd, by T. Barker (Tabor) , 

£2 15s. 

75 Vos, S. de, A standard-bearer — 22^ X i5i (Quinto), £6 6s. 

76 Ward, J., R.A., Bull, cow and three sheep, in a landscape — 27 X 35! (Quinto)',, 

£4 14s. 6d. 

77 Ward, J., R.A., The lion's apparition — 21 X 25 (Quinto), £1 5s. 

78 Ward, J., R.A., 1833, Duncan's horses, panel — loj X 16J (Lewis), £10 los. 

79 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., Interior of a sniithy, with figures at work, panel — 16J X 21 

(Whitcombe), £4 4s. 

80 Wilson, R., R.A., River scene, with figures, a town in the distance^ — 23 X 29 

(Barnes), £11 os. 6d. 

81 Wilson, R., R.A., Landscape, with figures before an inn — 13J x 26^ (Powell), 

£42- 

82 Wilson, R., R.A., Lake scene, with man asleep against a tree, panel — ^15^ X 21 

(Gooden & Fox), £8 8s. 

83 Wilson, R., R.A., River scene, with three figures, panel — qJ X iii (Turner), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

Property of the late Joshua Alexander, Esq. 

84 Finding of Moses ; and A banquet, prints (Misell, jun.), £r. 

85 Dlirer, A., (after), Head of Hieronimus Holzschuher, reproduction (C. Bedding- 

ton), £1 lOS. 

DRAWING. 

86 Wood, T., Old speech-room, Harrow — 9! X 13 (Gooden & Fo.'c), £22 is. 

PICTURES. 

87 Flemish School. The Fates— 56 X 51 (Cohen), £96 12s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



s8 Houbraken, A., Piping shepherd, with nymph and bey — gi :■:. ii| (WTiit- 
combe), £4 14s. 6d. 

89 Italian School. .Eneas and Anchises — 3S-J >; 31 (Beddington), £5 5s. 

90 Keys, A., F. Borstel, in black dress with white collar — 22J X 18 (Howard), 

£33 I2S. 

91 Ostade, Interior, with peasants, on panel — 14^ X 21 (Gooden & Fox), £147. 

92 Ostade, Interior, with a peasant family, panel — iS X 14^ (J. H. Howard), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 
i-3 Rathbone, Sandy road, with peasant woman, panel — 11 x ifj (Misell, jur..), 

£1 IS. 

94 Ricci, Queen Esther before Ahasuerus — 26i x 20 (Gooden 5; Fox), £13 13s. 



PICTURES. 

■95 Horemaus, J. J., Peasants regaling, before the door of an irm — 22 X 18J 
(Saunders), £4 4s. ^ 

96 Raeburii School. Master Richard Bryan Smith, in blue dress, with his sister, 

in white muslin dress, seated in a landscape — 42 X 35^ (Leger), £16 i6s. 

97 Mierevelt, The elder Mierevelt, in black dress, with large ruff, panel — 21J X 17 

(Lambe), £8 8s. 

98 Kneller School. Lady, in blue dress with pink bow, oval — 29 X 24 (Quinto), 

£4 4S- 

99 Early English School. Gentleman, in blue coat and yellow vest ; and Gentle- 

man, in grey coat, with grey wig, ovals, a pair — 29^ X 24I Harris), £4 4s. 
TOO Early English School. Mrs. Frances Phene, in white dress with blue sash, 
holding a book — zgi X 24J- (Arthur), £5 5s. 

101 English School. Mrs. Frances Phene, in blue dress, with white lace fichu and 

cap — 29J X 24J (Thurston), £1 us. 6d. 

102 Ramsay, Allan, Miss Sophia Ramsay Lockhart, in pink dress \vitla white lace 

shawl, holding a book, oval — 29 >: 24! (Arthur), £5 5s. 

103 Canaletto, Piazza of St. Mark's, Venice, with figures — 43 ■ 55 (Cohen), £16 i6s. 

104 Coypel, A., Mercury and Argus — 62 X 50 (Nicholson), £16 i6s. 

105 Early English School. Gentleman, in red ccat, oval — 29 '■: 24 (Saunders), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

106 Weenix, Goats and peasant boy — 42 X 32 (Bailey), £8 8s. 

107 Early English School. John Corfe, when a boy, in scarlet coat, oval — 23 X lyi 

(Leggatt), £42. 

108 Wouverman, Camp scene, with horseman and figures^ — 20 25J (Rocis), 

£11 OS. 6d. 

109 French School. Figures in a garden — 26i >: 3=; (Leger), £12 12s. 

1 10 Tilborch, Sportsman and other figures, with dogs, near niins — 24 X 28^ 

(Quinto), £8 8s. 

111 Savery, Orpheus charming the animals, panel — 18 x 36 (Haines), £8 i8s. 6d. 

112 English School. Lady, in white dress, in a landscape, with her young daughter 

— 4ii >' 33i (Leger), £17 17s. 

113 Zuccarelli, Worship of the golden calf — 27^ >: 34^ (Cohen), £16 i6s. 

1:4 Zucchero School. Lady, wth lace ruff and cuffs, holding a fan — 41^ X 36 

(Leggatt), £44 2s. 
J 15 Early English School. Mr. Dobinson, in dark coat and yellow vest, with white 

stock ; and Mrs. Dobinson, in red dress, with yellow shawl and lace cap, 

a pair — 29^ X 24 (Cohen), £4 4s. 
J 16 Early English School. Lady, in white dress, with brown shawl — 35^ X 27 J 

(Arthur), £35 14s. 



January 27, 1912. 161 



117 Mabuse, Madonna, in green dress, holding the infant Saviour, panel — 34^ X 25^ 

(Thrift), £220 IDS. 

118 Matsys, Philosopher, in red dress, with book and skull, panel — 30I x 25 

(Bryson), £25 4s. 

119 Myn, F. van der, Lady, in green dress ■w'ith pink shawl, seated, and her son, 

in grey dress, with some fruit in his hat, signed, and dated 1773 — 49i >^ 39i 
(Pawsey & Payne), £63. 

120 Nasmyth, River scene, with bridge and figures, panel — gj > 14* (Gooden 

and Fox), £94 jos. 

121 Norwich School. Woody river scene, with man and dog- — 16^ > 20^ (Leger), 

£5 5S. 

122 Van Dyck, Saint Cecilia — 28J X 20^ (Roos), £2 12s. 6d. 

123 School of Fiesole. Martyrdom of a female saint, panel — 11 x 14^ (Dowdeswell), 

£5 5S. 

124 School of Cologne. The crucifixion, panel — 33J X 21J (Quinto), £10 los. 

125 Roman School. Joseph receiving his father and brethren in Egypt, panel — 

68i >: 89 (Misell, jun.), £2 2S. 
12C1 French School. Hebe and Cupid — 20^ ;< 33^ (Quinto), £9 gs. 

127 Rembrandt (after), Saskia van Uijlenburgh, in rich dress with jewels, and red 

velvet hat, by 3- Barker of Bath — 29 X 23 (Cohen), £9 19s. 6d. 

128 Cuyp, Poultry, geese and turkeys — 33 x 50 (Wynberger), £9 gs. 

129 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Miss Hay, iri blue dress, and pink cloak, trimmed 

with ermine, oval — 29J •: 24^- (Sabin), £231. 

130 Gainsborough, Thomas, R.A., Dr. Harington, Prebendary of Bath, Canon of 

Norwich, etc., in grey dress, \\dth powdered wig, holding a pen — 35 x 27 
(F. Howard), £31 los. 

131 Velasquez, Prince of the Asturias, mounted on a charger — 24 X 17 (Gooden 

and Fox), £16 i6s. 

132 Kneller School. Selina, Countess of Huntingdon, in brown dress, on a terrace, 

holding a book — 49 x; 39 (Defordt), £7 17s. 6d. 

133 Early English School. Miss Mellon, in white dress with yellow scarf, holding 

a piece of music — 36 x 28J (Arthur), £17 17s. 

134 Bassen, Van, Interior of a cathedral, with figures — 49^ x 39^ (Harris), £13 r3s. 

135 Horemans, J. J., The knife-grinder; and Figures before a cottage, a pair — 

22 >: 18J (Walmsley), £12 12s. 

136 Wright, J., A.R.A., Lady Purbeck, in brown dress, with white cap, unframed 

— 39J X 31J (Stansfield), £21. 

137 Querfurt, A., Siege of Vienna by the Turks — 37 x 49 (Qudnto), £16 i6s. 

138 Rubens School. The infant Christ, ydth the emblems of the Passion — 

42i x 32 (Grose), £2 2S. 

139 Liege, Franche de, Une Famille Anglaise, panel — 19 x 25 (Glen), £6 6s. 

140 Battoni, The Marys at the Sepulchre — 50J x 40 (Greaves), £10 los. 

141 Rigaud, Mdlle. Adrienne Lecouvreur, in blue dress, holding a ewer — 31 J x 25 

(Quinto), £26 5S. 

142 Zucchero School. Lord Burleigh, in black dress with white ruff, panel — 

33i x 26* (Leger), £12 12s. 

143 Early English School. Lady, in peeress's robes — 41^ x 30 (Jacobs), £2 2S. 

144 Penny, Edward, R.A., David Garrick, in a garden, holding a book — 35J x 27J 

(WeUs), £14 14s. 
■145 Raebum, James Watt, in black dress, oval — 24J x 19 (Glossop), £16 i6s. 

146 Morland, Coast scene, with fishermen mending a boat — 21 X 29J (Sidebotham), 

£14 14s. 

147 Campidoglio, Flowers and fruit — 31 x 46 (Gooden & Fox), £16 i6s. 



i62 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

148 Van Dyck, The crucifixion — 48 X 39 (Thrift), £1 is. 

149 and 150 Costa, Woman leading a blind man, unframed — 34 X 42. — Ribera, 

Saint James the Less ; and Saint Thomas, a pair — 50 X 40 (Wagner),. 
£17 17s. 

151 Romano, G., Madonna and Child, with saints, unframed, panel — 59 X 48 

(Arthur), £12 12s. 

152 Bassano, Moses striking the rock, unframed — 39 X 60 (Evelyn), £16 i6s. 

153 Teniers, D., Temptation of Saint Anthony, unframed — 38 X 52 (Stansfield),, 

£15 15s. 

154 Poussin, G., Classical figures by a lake, unframed — 69 X 100 (Wagner), £17 17s. 

155 Lotto, L., Lady, with serving-maid, panel — 32 X 44 (Nicholson), £10 los. 

156 Vemet, Landscape, with buildings and figures, set of three, unframed — two 

75 X 92 ; one 75 X 85 (Quinto), £7 17s. 6d. 



January 29, 191 2. 163 



January 29th, 19 12. Sotheby's. 

Property of the late Lieut. -Col. H. S. Drummond., of 
Blair Drummond. 

ENGLISH HISTORICAL PORTRAITS. 

1 Charles I mounted on a prancing horse, by \V. Hollar (Brail), 6s. 

2 Charles I, by L. Vorsterman (Sabin), £1 13s. 

3 Vandyck, Sir A., Charles I in his robes, by R. Strange (Tvlaggs), £2 8^. 

4 Vandyck, Sir A., Charles I, and Oliver Cromv/ell. by P. Lombart. a pair, the 

rare altered plates (F. Daniell), £21. 

5 Vandyck, Sir A., Charles I standing by his horse : and Henrietta Maria and 

children, by R. Strange, a pair (Parker), £5 los. 

6 Charles II, by C. van Dalen, after R. Nason (Ellis & Smth), £g y=. 

7 Charles II, by H. Danckers, after A. Hatinernan (F. Daniell), £12 los. 

8 Mary Queen of Scots, by F. Bartolozzi, after F. Zucchero (Pyke), £2 15s. 

9 Mary Queen of Scots, by J. Couvay (F. Daniell), £4 55. 

10 Prince James Francis Edward (The old Pretender), by Edelinck, after De 

Largilliere (F. Daniell), £3 3s. 

11 The same, by F. Chereau, after A. S. Belle (Ellis), £2. 

12 Stuart family ; a collection (46) of portraits of the Stuart family, by Gaywood, 

G. Vertue, F. Delaram, \V. Kilian, R. White, J. Houbraken ; a few mezzo- 
tints, by J. Faber, P. Schenck, etc., in a scrap-book (Miss Drummond), 
£7 lOS. 

13 James Duke of Monmouth, by A. Blooteling, after Sir P. Lely (Dunthome), 

£9 lOS. 

14 The same, by D. Loggau (James), £10. 

16 Spelman, H., by R. White ; Martin Luther, by S. Johannes, etc. (F. Daniell). 

i6s. 

17 Charles Brandon Duke of Suffolk and Mary Queen of France, by G. Vertue ; 

and The children of Henry VII, by the same (Miss Drummond), i6s. 
iS Frances Duchess of Suffolk and Adrian Stokes, by G. \'ertue ; and Lady Jane 
Grey, by the same (Miss Drummond), 15s. 

19 Edward VI presenting the Charter to the Lord Mayor, by G. Vertue ; and The 

Court of Wards and Liveries, by the same (Maggs), 15s. 

FOREIGN PORTRAITS. 

20 Drevet, P., Bishop Bossuet, after H. Rigaud, fine impression, without any dots 

after the artist's name (F. Daniell), £14. 

21 Drevet, P., Marie Duchesse de Nemours, after H. Rigaud (Reader), £i gs. 

22 Drevet, P., Cardinal de Fleury, after H. Rigaud (E. Parsons), £2 8s. 

23 Drevet, P., Louis le Grand (Louis XIV), after H. Rigaud, the whole-length iiu 

robes, fine (Ellis & Smith), £14 los. 

24 Drevet, P., Louis Quinze, after H. Rigaud, whole-length, seated on a thruue 

(Ellis & Smith), £17 los. 

25 Edelinck, G., Philippe Due D'Anjou, after de Trove (E. Parsons), £3 95. 

26 Edelinck, G., Louis Due de Bourgoyne, after de Troye (E. Parsons), £3 12s. 

27 Edelinck, G., Charles Due de Berry, after de Troye (Rimell), £3 i8s. 

28 Edelinck, G., Edward Colbert, Marquis de ViUacerf, after Mignard (Dun- 

thorne), £3. 

29 Larmessin, N. de, Marie Princess de Pologne, after \'anloo : and Louis Quii ze, _ 

after the same, a pair (Brail), £2 2S. 



i64 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

30 Masson, A., Vicomte de Turenne (D. 65) (Dunthorne), £7 los. 

31 Morin, J., J. P. de Gondy, after P. Champaigne ; and Omer Talon, after the 

same (Brail), £2 2s. 

32 MuUer, J. G., Louis Seize, after H. Rigaud, whole-length in robes, standing, fine 

impression, in an early state (Dunthorne), £22. 

33 Nanteuil, R., Anne of Austria : Life-size head, first state (Maggs), £11. 

34 Nanteuil, R., Louis XIV, life-size head, fine early impression (F. Daniell), 

£22 lOS. 

35 Nanteuil, R., C. M. le Tellier (Reader), £1 6s. 

36 Nanteuil, R., F. de Neufville (Reader), £1 2s. 

37 Voyez le Jeune, Duke de Choiseul, after Bonnieu (Reader), £1 2s. 

39 Bartolozzi, F., Princess Marie Christine, after Roslin, brilliant etched-letter 

proof in red (F. Daniell), £40. 
41 Comte de CagUostro, by R. S. Marcuard, after Bartolozzi, in brown ; and 

Stanislas Auguste Roy de Pologne, by A. Fogg, after M. de Bacciarelli, both 

open-letter proofs (Maggs), £1 2s. 
-43 Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia, by W. J. Delff, after M. J.Miereveldt (Dun- 
thorne), £5. 
-44 Frederick Henry, Count of Nassau, by P. Pontius, after Sir A. Vandyck 

(Reader), £1. 
45 Philip IV of Spain and Queen Elizabeth his wife, by P. Pontius, after P. P. 

Rubens, a pair (Pawsey & Payne), £4 4s. 
-47 Dalen, C. van, Portraits of Boccacio, Giorgione, Aretin and Sebastian del 

Piombo, the set of four (Dunthorne), £7. 
48 Morghen, R., Francesco de Moncada, after Sir A. Vandyck (Vaughan), £1 2s. 

50 Marie Louise de Tassis, by C. Vermeulen, after Sir A. Vandyck ; and two others 

(Dunthorne), £2 14s. 

51 Wille, J. G., Frederick the Great (F. Daniell), £4 i8s. 

52 Wille, J. G., Peter de Guerin (Pawsey & Payne), £3 7s. 
■53 Charles XII of Sweden, by P. van Gimst (Rimell), £2. 



MISCELLANEOUS ENGRAVINGS. 



58 Stothard, The Baron proposing Walstein to Caroline, circular, stipple in colours, 
by C. Knight (Brail), £1 3s. 

70 Morland, G., Sunset : A view in Leicestershire, by J. Ward, slightly damaged 

(ElUs & Smith), £23. 

71 Rural employment, by P. W. Tomkins, after J. Russel,in brown (Vaughan), 

72 Captain Paul Jones on board the " Serapis," oval, in line (Edwards), £3 los. 
•73 View of Reading school and playground, by R. Havell & Son, after E. Havell, 

aquatint, in colours (Rimell), £5 5s. 
•74 Route de St. Cloud, by P. L. Debucourt, after C. Vernet ; and The Ghent 
and Brussels diligence, by M. Dubourg, after J. H. Clark, both in colours 
(Mathias), £2 12s. 

76 A London mail and stage coach, published by R. Havell, aquatint, in colours 

(Ellis & Smith), £15 los. 

77 The watch, by Vandenburgh, after T. Stothard ; and Leonora, by F. Barto- 

lozzi, after A. Kaufimann (Pawsey & Payne), £1 4s. 
81 Piranesi, G., Vedute di Roma, sixty-four etchings in a case, early impressions 

(Dunthorne), £20. 
83 Piranesi, G., Vedute di Roma, a collection of fine early impressions of these 

etchings (134) contained in two volumes (Dunthorne), £71. 



Januan^ 29. 1912. 165 

86 Portrait of a lady, by J. Smith, after Sir G. KneLler, proof before letters ; and 
Earth, by C. Spooner, after R. Pyle (Reader), £2 los. 

94 View of a brew-house yard, by R. Earlom, after G. Garrard, proof before 

letters ; and View from the east end of the Brewery, Chiswell Street, by 
W. Ward, after the same, etched-letter proof, a pair (Maggs), £7 los. 

95 Dowrunan, J., Scenes from Tom Jones: " The interview of Tom Jones and 

Sophia after the reconciliation," and " The philosopher square discovered 
in Molly Seagrim's garret," by P. Simon, a pair, in stipple (Brail), £1 ^. 

96 The Chevalier D'Eon, by Burke, after Hugier (Metzer), £2 5s. 

98 The review of the Queen's Owa Regiment of Yeomanry Cavalry, on Kempsey- 
Ham, by H. Papprill, after W. I. Pringle, coloured aquatint ; The Iron 
Yachts Mystery and Blue Belle in the match sailed May 23, 1843, litho- 
graph, by T. G. Dutton, after N. M. Condy (Brail), £2. 



Framed. 
Drawings by W. Blake. 



100 Baptism of Christ, water-colour sketch, signed \V. B. — 13I X 12J (Dunthome), 

£52- 
loi Samuel appearing to Saul in the cave of the Witch of Endor, water-colour 
sketch, signed W.B. — 13^ X r2j (Dunthome), £30. 

102 Two studies, in pencil — 12^ X roj and 8J X 7j (Robertson), £10. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

103 Morland, G., The bam door, by W. Ward (F. Daniell), £6 5s. 

104 Leech, John, A cavalier ; The mermaids' hauat ; A nice game for two or 

more ; Yes, my dears ; A shocking young lady indeed ; Scene at Sand- 
bakh ; and The fair Toxophilites, coloured lithographs (Hobson), £5 los. 

105 Village girl gathering nuts, by P. W. Tomkins, after W. R. Bigg, oval (Rimell), 

£335. 

106 Le moment de la Reflexion, by C. White, after Countess Spencer, oval, in brown 

(Leverson), £1. 

107 The mother's hope, by Freeman, after A. Buck (Pyke), £1 19s. 

108 Science resting in the arms of Peace, by F. Bartolozzi, after A. KaufiEman, oval, 

in red ; The genius of Modesty preventing Love unveiling Venus, by T. 
Ryder, after J. B. Cipriani ; and another (Brail), £1 los. 

109 William Duke of Gloucester, by J. Smith, after Sir G. Kneller (Parker), £1 los, 
no Lawrence, Sir T., Mrs. Wolff, by Samuel Cousins, proof before letters (James), 

£7 ros. 
II r Rachel Countess of Southampton, by J. McArdell, after Sir A. Vandyck 

(Maggs), £3 7s. 6d. 
113 Bethel, Slingsby, by W. Sherwin (F. DanieU), £6 175. 6d. 
117 Marie Therese of Austria, by N. Pitau, after Baubrun ; A. Co\'pel, by G. Du- 

change, after himself ; and Frangois de Trove, by J. P. Poilly, after himself 

(Reader), £2 2S. 
123 Princess Charlotte of Wales, and Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg, by H. Meyer, . 

after A. E. Chalon, a pair, in colours (Rimell), £2. 
134 Lady Dover and son, by S. Cousins, after Sir T. Lawrence (Rimell), £8 5s. 
125 Mary Queen of Scots, by J. Couvay (Rimell), £2 2S. 



1 66 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

February 2, 19 12. Puttick's. 

ENGRAVINGS, ETCHINGS, AND BAXTER PRINTS. 
In Portfolio, 

73 Le Liseur, by L. Ruet, after J. L. E. Meissonier, signed remarque proof on 
vellum (Dightou), £i 4=. 

81 The morning walk, by E. Chiquet, after Gainsborough, signed remarque proof, 
on vellum (Turner), £1 is. 

84 The critic, and Le Graveur, by E. Chiquet, after J. L. E. Meissonier, signed 
remarque proof, on vellum (Grundy), £2 6s. 

95 Dragon en Vedette, by Jules Jacquet, after J. L. E. Meissonier, signed re- 
marque proof, on vellum, framed (Hendriks), £2. 

99 The awakening, by A. Ardail, after W. Dendy Sadler, signed artist's proofs 
(Grundy), £1 los. 

100 Ptarmigan in winter, by L. MuUer, after Joseph Farquharson, signed artist's 

proof, on vellum (Couch), £2. 

101 Portrait of a lady holding a book, by Joseph B- Pratt, signed proof, mezzo- 

tint (Brail), i8s. 

102 The christening, by W. Boucher, after W. Dendy Sadler, signed remarque 

artist's proof (Grundy), £1 i6s. 

104 The christening, by A. Mongin, after W. Dendy Sadler, signed artist's proof 

(Turner), £1 8s. 

105 Moorland and mist, after Peter Graham, signed artist's proof (Savage), £4. 5s. 

106 Sundown, after the same, signed artist's proof (Grundy), £5 5s. 

107 The rising tide, and companion, after the same, signed artist's proofs (Savage), 

£7. 
132 Cameron, D. Y., Amboise and Arran (Young), 15s. 

BAXTER OIL PRINTS. 
Un/ramed. 

135 Paul and Virginia, on music (Curry), los. 

138 The bridesmaid (See), £1 7s. 

139 Day before marriage (See), £1 i6s. 

140 Lake Lucerne ( — ), £1 6s. 

150 Dogs of St. Bernard (Bclcham), £2 2S. 

157 Lake Lucerne (Belchani), ids. 

158 The bride (Britnell), 6s. 

178 The parting look (Carr), £1 17s. 6d. 

183 Prince Frederick, and Queen on dais ( — ), £2 2S. 

185 " Me warm, now," and Morning call ( — ), i6s. 

188 Hop gardens (Langdale), £1. 

189 Red Riding Hood ( — ), los. 

191 The bride ( — ), 7s. 

192 Hollyhocks (Britnell), 9s. 

193 The gardener's shed (Britnell), £1 5s. 

194 Prince Frederick of Prussia, on music cover, cut (Jones), 14s. 

195 A mountain stream ( — ), £1 12s. 

196 Lake Lucerne (Britnell), £1 is. 

197 Love's letter box (Lee), £2 7s. 6d. 
. 198 Hollyhocks (— ), £1 6s. 



February 2, 1912. 167 



199 The gardener's shed (Lee), gs. 

200 Venice canal ; Belle of the village ; and Christ blessing bread, in a vol. (Curry), 

£1 14s. 

Framed. 

20t Lake Lucerne (— ), £1 los. 

202 The hop garden ( — ), 12s. 

203 Fruit, after Lance, a pair (Harrison), i6s. 

204 Views of the Great Exhibition ( — ), 19s. 

205 The reconciliation (Britnell), £1 2s. 

2o5 The morning call ; Gleaners ; and The crucifixion ( — ), £i 6?. 

207 Lord Nelson, and Sir Robert Peel (Jones), 12s. 

208 The bride (Longdale), 8s. 
-209 Venice canal (Belcham), lis. 
210 St. John (Britnell), 6s. 

;2ii Crystal Palace, and See-Saws (Belcham), 6s. 

212 Christmas morning ; Duke of Wellington ; and one other (Britnell), £1 2=. 

214 The ninth hour, and one other (Britnell), 13s. 

ENGRAVINGS. 
In Portfolio. 

215 Pleasures of a wet day at Ramsgate ; Fine day at Brighton ; and one other, by 

G. Cruikshank ( — ), £2 2s. 
217 Original drawings, by Cruikshank, Venus and Adonis ( — ), i6s. 

226 John Gay, by W. Smith, after Zinch (White), ^3 3s. 

227 Miss Oliver, by J. Marchi, after J. Reynolds (Miles), £1 6s. 

228 Henry, Earl of Hanwood, by S. W. Reynolds, proof and print (Webber), 

15s. 

233 Mrs. Margaret Woffington, by J. Faber ( — ), 163. 

234 Mrs. Siddons, by F. Haward, after Sir J. Reynolds (Parker), gs. 

235 Madam Parisot, French dancer, by Rhein (Powell), £1 2s. 

238 Brighton beauty, the Pavilion, by Huffam (Vaughan), £j 6s. 

239 View of Belmont Castle, at Grays, Essex, by J. Raffield (Norie), 15s. 

242 Cupid and Calypso, and companion, by Thos. Burke, after A. Kauffnian 

(Mayne), £8. 

243 The birth of American liberty, by F. Bartolozzi ( — ), £2. 

245 Seascape, after Vernet, by Lerpiniere, proof (Dighton), £8. 

246 George, Prince of Wales, by J. R. Smith, after Gainsborough, mezzotint, in 

colours, third state (Mayne), £5. 

247 Countess of Dorset, by J. Smith, and Mrs. Robinson, by J. Faber, mezzotints 

(Miles), £1. 

250 The strawberry girl, by Bartolozzi, after Ramberg, proof (Vaughan), £1 7s. 6d. 

251 The proposal ; and Congratulations, by Meyer, after Harlow (Morrison), £1. 

255 Musical charmers, by Knight, after Peters, and Boy with a thorn in his foot, 

in colours (Powell), £1. 

256 Loyal Associated and Volunteer Corps, by M. Place, after R. K. Porter, in 

colours (Brail), £2 5s. 
258 Royal Exchange, interior and exterior, by Bartolozzi (Reader), £1 8s. 
260 The young Waltonians, by D. Lucas, after Constable, mezzotint (Mayae), 

£2 2S. 
275 Marquis of Comwallis, by B. Smith, after Copley (Chaundy), £1 4s. 

252 Sir Ralph Abercromby, by Bartolozzi, after Hoppner (Drummo;-:d), 16?. 



i6S ART PRICES CURRENT. 

284 Marriage a la mode, by Ravenet, Baron, and Scotin, after Hogarth, set of six 

(Trad), 17s. 
291A Lady Lambert, after Downman, oval, and Mrs. Robinson, by Birch, after 

Reynolds (Brail), ^i is. 
29 IB Infancy, by White, after Cosway, oval (Dighton), £1 is. 
291.C The farmer's stable, and The bam door, by J. R. Smith, after G. Morland 

(Preston), £6. 
291D The woodman's return, by Whessell, after Wheatley (Brail), i8s. 
291E Viscountess Townsend, by Cheeseman, after Reynolds, oval (Brail), £4. 
292 The country butcher, by T. Goose, and Sailor's conversation, by W. Ward, both. 

after G. Morland, mezzotints (Belcham), £z 15s. 

302 Watering horses, by J. R. Smith, after Morland, mezzotint (Blythe), 12s. 

303 Portrait of a man holding a book, by Frye, mezzotint (Cruikshank), 15s. 



February 3, 1912. 169 



February 3, 19 12. Christie's. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Herring, J. F., 1849, Farmyard scenes, with animaU, a pair, circular — 9 J ins. 

diam. (Moore), £3 3s. 

PICTURES. 

2 Bradley, E., 1845, View from Richmond Hill, panel, R.A., 1S46 — 17 X 34 

(Leggatt), £7 17s. 6d. 

3 Dutch School. The Miser ; and Head of a boy, by M. Schrj-ver (Renton), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

4 Herring, J. F., The finish of the hunt — 17 x 25 (Dyer), £16 165. 

5 Herring, Farmyard scene ; and Ducks (Renton), £4 14s. 6d. 

6 Hilder, R., Woody stream, with angler and other figures — 11 x i5f (Mitchell), 

£18 7s. 6d. 

7 Hofland,T. C, The Thames from Richmond Hill, with peasants and sheep — ■ 

26 x 35 (Witty), £22 IS. 

8 Ibbetson, J. C, Landscapes, with peasants, children and donkej's, a pair, 

panel — 10 X 12 (Sabin), £43 is. 

9 Norwich School. Woody landscape, with a cottage and figures- — 12 X X5 

(Leger), £6 i6s. 6d. 
10 Shayer, W. J., Summer and Winter a pair — iij x 19J (Goldschmidt), £18 i8s. 



DRAWINGS. 

11 Head of a man, with brown coat ; and Head of a lady, with blue dress, oval, 

pastels (Bell), £3 13s. 6d. 

12 Buck, Adam, 1822, Mrs. Ashley ; Four ladies ; and Two boys ci the Lockley 

family, a set of seven — 5 X 4^ (Lawrence), £16 i6s. 

13 Greuze School. Head of a girl, with white cap, pastel — 13 X loj (Pawsey and 

Payne), £5 5s. 

14 Boucher, Venus and Cupids, gouache, oval — 14 X 12 (Wyatt), £15 15s. 

15 Hone, H., 1822, Lady, of the Lockley family, in red dress, -nith her yoimg son — 

12J X loi (Renton), £3 3s. 

16 Early English School. Gentleman, in blue coat, with powdered mg, pastel — 

23i X i7i (Knoedler), £15 15s. 

17 Cotes, Head of a lady, with pearl necklace, pastel — iS^ x 14I (Wallace), 

£6 6s. 

18 Heaphy, T., Mrs. Meadows, wife of R. Meadows, the engraver, in white dress, 

in a landscape — 18 X 12 (Renton), £5 5s. 

19 Buck, Adam, 1830-3, A child ; and An old lady — 9J X 7I (Citroen), £13 2S. 6d. 

20 Ostade, Interior, with peasant family — gj x 7| (Wagner), £2 2S. 

21 Boucher, Studies of heads, black, white, and red chalk — 10 X 16J (Parsons). 

£445- 

PICTURES. 

22 Turner, Return of the mariners — 22J X 33 (Leggatt), £4 4s. 

23 Reynolds, Sir J. P.R.A. (after). Head of a child, by C. Lucy, oval — 13J X iij 

(Wallis), £3 3s. 

24 Claude, Landscape, with classical buildings, figures and animals — 39 X 48 

(Vokin), £4 14s. 6d. 

25 Cuyp, Two cavaliers on horseback — 8 X 10 (Wallis), £3 13s. 6d. 

26 Flemish School. The crucifl.xion, panel — 16 J X 13 J (Harper), £6 6s. 



lyo ART PRICES CURRENT. 

27 Barret, G., R.A., Italian river scene, with shepherd and goats- — 41 X 58 

(Vokin), £5 5S. 

28 Jong, L. de, Lady, in classical dress, holding a wreath, panel — 12 X 7j (White), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

29 Licinio, B., Gentleman, in dark dress, playing a lute — 27J X 23 (Bell), £6 6s. 

30 School of Holbein. Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk, in dark dress, panel — 

21 X 15} (Tooth), £27 6s. 

31 Sodoma, 11, The entombment, panel — 23J X 16J (E. T. Turner), £19 19s. 

32 Kettle, T., General Sir Archibald Campbell, K.C.B., of Inveraeil, in red military 

coat and white vest — 66 >; 50 (Whitmarsh), £84. 

33 Hogarth, Miss Molly Jones, in rich dress, with jewels — 21 X 15 (Bell), £8 8s. 

34 Hudson School. Gentleman, in blue coat and red vest — 28J X 24^ (Collings), 

£5 5s. 

35 Teniers, D., Rocky landscape, with gipsies and peasants — 39 x 49 (Matthews) 

£22 IS. 

36 Dutch School. Lady, in yellow dress with green scarf, and pearl ornaments ; 

a pet dog on a cushion before her — 44J x 37i (Lacey), £12 12s. 

37 Early English School. Mrs. Lefroy, in white dress, with blue sash and ribands 

— 29J X 24J (Wood), £16 i6s. 

38 Early English School. Mrs. Brydges, in blue dress and white lace collar 

— 29J X 24J (Harcourt), £22 is. 

39 Heem, de, Still life and fruit, on a table — 17 X 22 (Cohen), £37 16s. 

40 Ramsay, A., Lady, in white dress with blue riband, holding a miniature — 

29 X 23J (Bettinson), £16 i6s. 

41 Ruysdael, Old watermill, with church in the distance — 16 X 23 (Arthur), 

£120 15s. 

42 Luttichuys, J., Gentleman and lady, in black dresses with lace collars, ovals, 

a pair, panel — 29^ X 23J (Wallis), £136 los. 

43 Neer, E. H. van der, Woody landscape, with classical figures, panel — iij X 16 

(Wagner), £9 9s. 

44 Does, S. van der. Peasants driving sheep along a road — 11 J X 14J (A. Ward), 

£4 4S. 

45 Momper, J. de. Extensive view over a valley, with two figures, panel — igi X 23 

(Maynard),£i2 12s. 

46 Key, A., Head of a gentleman,with black dress and white ruff, panel — 11 X 8J 

(Wagner), £16 i6s. 

47 Garbo, del. Madonna and Child ; distant view of hills on the left, panel — 

20 X 16 (Kann), £15 15s. 

48 Lely, Boy, in white dress with yellow scarf, oval — 29^ X 24^ (Amor), £11 us. 

49 Rembrandt, Head of a gentleman, wearing a gorget, and mauve head-dress 

with feathers, panel — 7^ X 6i (Wagner), £5 5s. 

50 Tiepolo, Two figure subjects (Schroeder), £13 13s. 

51 Somer, van. Nobleman, in dark dress with white ruff, oval — 29 X 24J (May- 

nard), £3 3s. 

52 Lawrence, Boy, in red velvet jacket — 23^ X 19 (Moore), £6 6s. 

53 Goya, Lady, in pink dress, wearing a miniature — 28 x 23 (Weeks), £9 gs. 

54 French School. Marechal Turenne, in armour — 31J X 24 (Vokin), £13 13s. 

55 Rosa, S., Italian landscape, with figures by a river — 37 x 33 (Bell), £9 gs. 

56 Rigaud, Louis XV, in armour and blue cloak, wearing the Orders of Saint 

Esprit and Golden Fleece — 44J X 33^ (Leggatt), £52 los. 

57 Early English School. Gentleman, with his wife, two sons and daughter, in a 

landscape — 244 X 29i (Lawrence), £50 8s. 

58 Bossche, B. van den. Peasants playing cards — 26J X 32^ (Vokin), £8 8s. 



February 3, 1912. 171 



59 Kalf, W., Still life and utensils, panel — gj X 9 (Smith), £35 14s. 

60 Saftleven, C, Still life in a yard — 10 >: 7J (Cohen), £8 8s. 

61 Zurburan, Old woman with a cat — 25 :■' iSJ (Winternitz), £3 3s. 

62 Flemish School. Lady, with blue dress and white head-dress — loj X 8 

(Cole), £6 6s. 

63 Venetian School. Marriage at Caua — 30J >; 40 (Cohen), £8 8s. 

64 Piornbo, S. del, The Magdalen, panel — 29^ X 23J (Cohen), £14 14s. 

65 Spanish School. Peasant-girl knitting — 27i X 23 (Schroeder), £15 15s. 

66 Rembrandt, Head of a man, in dark dress and fur cap, his right hand raised 

to his face, panel — 8J X 7i (Dowdeswell), £325 los. 

67 Morland, Partridge-shooting, a pair — loi X 14I (Gooden &. Fox), £47 5s. 

68 Dutch School. Frozen river scene, with a cottage and figures, panel — ri X 17 

(Vokin), £7 7s. 

69 Dolci, The Magdalen — 23 X 19 (Dowdeswell), £12 12s. 

70 Ruysdael, River scene, with cottages and boat, panel — 6 >; 8J (Law), £8 8s. 

71 Velde, A. van de. Muleteer, with figures and animals, near an inn — 18J X 22J 

(Nicholson), £7 7s. 

72 Banck, van der, Lady, in yellow dress with blue scarf — 48 J x 37 (Gore), 

£27 6s. 

73 Mignard, Lady, in rich brocade dress, oval — 24^ X 20i (Vokin), £10 los. 

74 French School. Three Cupids on a dolphin (an over-door) — 30J X 30J (Gooden 

and Fox), £21. 

75 Dutch School. Lord Burleigh, in black dress and cap, wearing the Order of the 

Garter, panel — 30 x 22 (Vokin), £31 los. 

76 French School. Heads of peasant-girls, a pair — 17J x 13^ (Wise), £29 8s. 

77 Droogsloot, J. C, River scene, with figures, a church among trees, panel — 

i5i X 24i (Grace), £14 14s. 

78 Balen, Van, Adam and Eve, wth animals, on copper — 25 X 19 (Lyons), 

£25 4S. 

79 Canaletto, B., Church of Santa Maria della Salute, Venice, with gondolas and 

figures — 23J X 37i (Nicholson), £21. 

80 Canaletto, B., Doge's palace with the Piazzetta, Venice, and gondolas and 

figures— 23J X 37i (Howard), £37 i6s. 

81 Canaletto, Piazza of St. Mark's, with the cathedral and Campanile — 21J X 32* 

(Wallis), £21. 

82 Canaletto, View of Florence, from the .■\mo, with boats and figures — 21J X 33^ 

(Schroeder), £21. 
S3 Hogarth, Lady, in white dress and head-dress — 23J X 20 (Carey), £3 13s. 6d. 
84 Hudson, Lady, in white dress and pink scarf, oval — 29^ X 24^ (Arthurton), 

£5 15s. 6d. 
-S5 Dyck, van. Gentleman, in black dress, with white collar and cuffs — 33 X 24i 

(Pedersen), £22 is. 
.86 Mytens, Young girl, in white dress, by a table, on which is a basket of fruit, oval 

— 27i X 22i (Knoedler), £15 15s. 

87 Early English School. Gentleman, with his wife and son — 27^ X 36 (Dobell), 

£6 6s. 

88 Kneller, Lady, in brown dress, holding a dish of fruit, oval — 29 X 24 (Vekin), 

£7 7s. 
£9 Aiken, Hunting subjects, set of si.\ — 7i >; loj (Fores), £42. 

90 Aiken, Sportsmen, with ponies and dogs, a pair — 7J x loj (Fores), 

£11 IIS. 

91 Asselyn, Jan, River scene, with peasant and goats — 13 x 16J (Saunders), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 



172 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

92 Breughel, Village scenes, with figures, set of three, on copper — 3^ x si (Myers), 

£31 10s. 

93 Dow, Man at a window, holding a glass, panel — loj^ x 7i (Saunders), £10 ids. 

94 Hobbema, Woody road scene, with figures and dogs, panel — gj X iij (Saun- 

ders), £39 i8s. 

95 Nasmyth, A., Woody river scene, with a castle, figures and animals — 34.J X 26^ 

(Leggatt), £18 i8s. 
95 Ommeganck, B. P., Peasants and animals at a ford, panel — 14^ X 18J (Saun- 
ders), £6 6s. 

97 Uden, van, and Teniers, Extensive landscape, with figures and dogs — 54 X ySJ 

(Collings),£i8 i8s. 

98 Early English School. Lady, in mauve dress, and black lace shawl, oval — 

28i X 23} (Renton), £23 2S. 

99 Feary, After the battle, on copper — 15 X 23 (Cohen), £16 i6s. 

100 Ovens, Jan, Gentleman, in black dress, with white lawn collar ; signed, and 

dated 1650 — ^31 J- X 25i (Sabin), £78 15s. 
loi Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A. (after). Lady Hamilton, as a Bacchante — 29 X 24 

(Glen), £19 19s. 

102 Early English School. Lady, in red dress and large hat, holding a flower, 

unframed — 49 X 44 (Lees), £11 iis. 

103 Early English School. Gentlemen, with white wigs, a pair, oval — nj X 9i 

(Schroeder), £14 14s. 

104 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A. (after), Nature, circular — 29 ins. diam. (Tagent), 

£10 lOS. 

105 Raffaelle School. Madonna, in red and green robes, holding the Infant 

Saviour, panel — 32 J X 24 J (Glen), £21. 

106 Zucchero School. Gentleman, in black dress, holding a letter, panel — -43 X 32 

(Pedersen), £10 los. 

107 Reynolds, Age of innocence — 32J X 26J (Pyle), £14 14s. 

108 Dussaert, T., Baskets, with flowers and still life, a pair, panel — 26 X 2oi 

(Schroeder), £39 i8s. 

109 Mabuse, Madonna, in red cloak, holding the Infant Saviour in her arms, 

landscape background, panel — 24^ X 19 (White), £42. 
no Early English School. Young girl, in white dress and cap, holding a basket 
of flowers, panel — SJ X 6 (Money), £2 2s. 

111 Norwich School. River scene, with buildings and windmill: Moonlight — 

20 X 29i (Grant), £33 12s. 

112 French School. Gentleman, in green coat and white vest, oval — 23 X 19 

(G. Clark), £1 iis. 

113 Guardi School. The Piazza ; and The Doge's Palace, Venice, a pair — 12 J ■■: 

iSJ (Leger), £11 os. 6d. 

114 Hone, N., R.A., Lady, in white dress, with pink scarf — 29^ X 24 (Knoedler), 

£36 15s. 

115 Breughel, Allegorical figures, panel — 28 X 41 (Cohen), £37 i6s. 

116 Heemskerk, Marten, Venus and Cupid in a landscape, signed and dated 154=), 

panel — 42 X 61 (Knoedler), £63. 

117 Beechey, Sir W., R.A., Miss Leak, actress and singer, in dark dress with slashed 

sleeves, holding a mask — 35^ X 27J (Richardson), £16 i6s. 

118 Aved, J. A. J., Gentleman, in red dress embroidered with silver; seated 

at a writing-table — 33} X 26J (Prideaux), £10 los. 

119 Hudson, T., Mrs. Edward Morton Playdell, in white satin dress, with bows and 

pearl ornaments, oval — 29|- X 24 (CoUings), £11 iis. 

120 Both, J., Landscape, with figures and dogs— 37^ X 56J (Vekin), £11 lis. 



February 3, 1912. 173 



121 Mancadam, P., Village on a river, ■with sailing boats and angler: Moonlight, 

panel — i6i x 14 (Hare), £15 15s. 

122 Vinckeboous, Woody landscape, with cottages, stream and figures, panel — 

12J X i8i (Schroeder), £10 los. 

123 Loutherbourgh, P. J. de, R.A., 1809, A land storm, R.A., 1809 — 31 X 44 

(Young), £5 5s. 

124 Hogarth, Covent Garden market, with figures — 37J x 39J (Martin), £21. 

125 Dutch School. Gentleman, in brown dress with large lace collar — 20J X 18 

(Turner), £11 os. 6d. 

126 Velde, Van de, Shipping off a fort — 30 X 39 (Money), £7 7s. 

127 Ostade, Interior, with party of boors, unframed, panel — 7 X 9 (Pedersen) 

£13 13s. 

128 Jardin, K. du, Prisoners and a gaoler, panel — 14 X ir (Coward), £5 15s. 6d. 

129 / Flemish School. King Phillippe of Castile ; and The Duke Charles of Char- 

rolois, in red dresses, wearing the Order of the Golden Fleece, a pair, panel — 
i2i X 9i (Glen), £12 12s. 

130 Casteels, P., Pigeons in a garden — 37 x 39J (Moore), £4 4s. 

131 Early English School. Gentleman, in dark coat with white stock ; and Lady, 

in white dress, with black lace scarf, a pair — 29 X 24^ (Morris), £18 i8s. 

132 Houbraken, A., Lady, in white, red and green dress, seated in a landscape — 

23i X i7i (Howard), £17 17s. 

133 Neefs, P., Interior of a church, with figures, panel— 9I X 7| (Vekin), £4 4s. 

134 Phillips, T., R.A., William Honeywood, Esq. ; and The print, by S. W. Rey- 

nolds — 55J X 43i (Grace), £14 14s. 

135 Early British School. George Watson, P.R S.A., in dark coat and buS 

breeches, seated, in a landscape with a dog — 48J X 39* (James), £8 8s. 

136 Nattier, J. M., Madame de Beaujolais, in white satin cloak trimmed with fur — 

19 X 16 (Veken), £9 gs. 

137 Van Dyck School. The Earl of Montagu, in black dress, with white linen 

collar, oval — 29 X 24 (Leger), £3 13s. 6d. 

138 Hudson, Gentleman, in brown dress, seated — 49^ X 39J (Veken), £8 8s. 

139 Dutch School. Gentleman, in brown cloak with white cravat — 43 X 35 

(Buck), £6 6s. 

140 Pannini, P., Colosseum & other ruins, with figures — 39 x 51 (Madeline), £15 15s . 

141 Wright, J., A.R.A., Gentleman, in red dress, holding a pen — 29J X 24} 

(Collings), £4 4s. 

142 Morland, G., Horses and pigs in a farmyard — •28 X 35J (Wood), £13 13s. 

143 Dutch School. Hawking party, panel — 13J X 24^ (Van Straaten), £5 5s. 

144 Early English School. Lady, in blue dress — 25 X 20^ (Wells), £3 3s. 

145 Dutch School. Gentleman, in black dress and cap ; white ruff ; with coat-of- 

arms and emblems, panel — 31 X 22 (Tmner), £r4 14s. 

146 Morland, G., A mill, at the edge of a wood, with carts, figures and horses — 

19J X 25i (Leggatt), £236 5s. 

147 Kaufiman, A., R.A., Miss Sarah Hawkins, in green dress, carrying some 

fruit — 26J X 2of (Arthur), £33 2s. 

148 Mulready, W., R.A., Woody landscape, with children at a stream — 24^ X 29 

(Lister), £5 rjs. 6d. 

149 Opie, J., R.A., John Godfrey Austin, Esq., when a boy, in brown coat and ve? t — 

23 X rg (Leger), £5 5s. 
t;o Early English School. Lady, in blue and white dress, and white cap, seated — 

29i X 23i (Leggatt), £43 4s. 
151 Breughel, Winter landscape, with a village, figures and animals, panel — 

22i X 30J (Veken), £7 7s. 



174 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

February 5, 19 12. Christie's. 

Propert}^ of the late Lady Colin Campbell. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Sea pieces, six, in a folio frame (Vicars), i6s. 

2 Albert. G. V., The island of Murano, Venice — 25 X 13} (Cassell), £6 6s. 

3 Blaas, E. de, 1891, Venetian Girl — 23^ ;•: 13 (Leger), ids. 6d. 

4 East, Sir Alfred, A.R.A., Otsu, Japan — 13} X 20 (Graves), £17 175. 

5 East, Sir Alfred, A.R.A., Woody landscape — gf >; 15J (Jackson), £2 5s. 

6 Haite, G. C, 1902, Naval review ; Faggot-gatherers, by W. G. Miller, 1893 ; 

and The bank of a river (Amor), £2. 

7 Hamon, L., Female study, red chalk; and Nude study, chalk (O'Connor), 

14s. 

8 Italian School. Fortune, black and white ; and Study of hands, red chalk 

(Grose), £4. 

9 James, Francis E., Orchids (two), (Carfax), £11 iis. 

10 Bume-Jones, Sir E., 1887, A 3ea-n>Tnph — 15 X 7 (David), £13 13s. 

11 Bume-Jones, Sir E., 1892, Two n>-mphs, in blue and gold — i8i X laf (David), 

£13 las- 
ts Bume-Jones, Sir E., Female studies, in black, on brown paper; two, in one 
frame (MejTiell), £1 los. 

13 Bume-Jones, Sir E., 1890, Head of a girl, pencil — 9J X 7i (Brown), £17 17s. 

14 May, Phil, A naughty child, black and red chalk — 27 X 21 (Spencer), £4. 

15 May, Phil, Melbourne types, pen and ink; twenty', in one frame (Spencer), 

£8 8s. 

16 Mura, F., Gathering winter fuel — 13 X 21 (Brown), £S 8s. 

17 Reve, S. de la, 1903, The centaur — 11 X 9i (Lawrence), £1 is. 

18 Silvestre, A., Design for a fan ; and Geraniums (Amor), £4. 

19 J. H. W., Head of a Franciscan monk — 11 X 10 (O'Connor), £3 5s. 

PICTURES. 

20 Head of an Arab, signed, with initial — 24^ X 19 J (Wallis), £8 i8s. 6d. 

21 Head of a lady, with a large hat, signed, with initial, panel — 12 X 9 (Leger), 

£3 3S. 

22 Head of a peasant, signed with initial — 21 >: 14^ (Leger), £6 6s. 

23 Breakspeare, W. A., The white fawn, panel — ^loj X 7 (Vicars), £6 6s. 

24 Breakspeare, W. A., The falconer, panel — 9J X 5* (Sutcliffe), £4 14s. 6d. 

25 Campidoglio, Fruit — 29^- X 39 (Grose), £7 7s. 

26 Delaunay, J., 1875, The slinger, panel — 13 J >' 8A (Spencer), £2 2=. 

27 Menpes, Mortimer, Santa Maria della Salute, Venice ; and Street scene, a pair — 

4X3 (Sampson), £3 3s. 

28 Peppercorn, A. D., Coast scene, with sailing-boat, panel — 4J X 7 (.\nior), 

£5 los. 

Property of the late Andrew Tucker Squarey, Esq. 

DRAWINGS. 

29 Barret, G., Classical landscape, with two figures in the foreground — 7{ X loj 

(Bowden), £7 7s. 

30 Bond, W. J. J. C, 1867, Coast of Anglesey — 20* X 30 (Agnew), £15 rjs. 

31 Boyce, G. P., 1866-7, Abinger Mill pond, Surrey — 13} X isi (Hadley), £13 13s. 



February 5, 191 2. 175 



32 Boyce, G. P., Edge of the Great Desert, as it abuts upon the Valley of the Nile — 

4i X 8} (Hadley), £22 is. 

33 Cassiers, H., Dutch Canal scene, with barge ; and Stacking hay. by J. Eden 

(Gooden & Fox), £2 15s. 

34 & 35 Cox, D., Val Crucis Abbey — yi x loj ; Road scene, with peasant- 

woman near a cottage — 6 X 8 (Goodea &l Fox), £12 125. 

36 Girtin, T., Guisborough Abbey — 12 >: i8i (Leggatt), £5 15s. 6d. 

37 Goodwin, H., 1889, Mouth of the Duddon — 20 x 13J (Graves), £9 gs. 

38 Hemy, C. Napier, R.A.. Westerly gale, Clovelly— 13 x 18} (Smith), £16 i6=. 

39 Miiller, \V., 1843, Camels, Xanthus — 19J x 13J (Austin), £7 17s. 6d. 

40 Naftel, P. J., Mouli n Huet Bay, Guernsey — 13^ x 19 (Squarey), £2 12s. 6d. 

41 Tonge, R., Date-palms in a gale ; and Loch Katrine (Squarey), £5 15s. 6d. 

42 Varley, J., Old watermill, with peasant — 7i X 10 (Austen), £2. 

43 de Wint, P., Stacking hay — gj x 16 (Gooden & Fox), £36 15s. 
43A de Wint, P., An old willow tree — 14 x 12 (Walker), £3 13s. 6d. 

44 Zuber, H., 1884, Seaweed-gatherers, Brittany — 17*- ;•' 25 (Dunthorne), 

£12 I2S. 

45 Zuber, H., 1883, Field work, Alsace — 11 ,-, 17 J (Squarey), £14 14s. 

PICTURES. 

46 Bond, W. J. J. C, The Eagle tower, Carnarvon— 13! x 12 (J. King), £8 8s. 

47 Bond, W. J. J. C, On the Ogwen River— iij X 18J (J. King), £16 i6s. 

48 Bond, W. J . J . C, 1862-82, Heavy rain on sea ; and Rustic bridge, with peasant- 

woman, panel (King), £13 2s. 6d. 

49 Capelle, Van der, Shipping in a calm, panel — Si x loi (Gooden & Fox), 

£6 6s. 

50 Davis, W., Bidston Hill, Cheshire — i2i X igj (King), £7 7s. 

51 Davis, W., The Mersey, from Frodsham ; and An interior, Speke Hall (Goodea 

and Fox), £18 i8s. 

52 Frere, Ed., The morning meal, panel — 8i '•: 6J (Dunthorne), £37 i6s. 

53 Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., 1871, Sea piece, with fisherman in a boat — ii|- x 17* 

(Squarey), £6 6s. 

54 Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., 1852, Landscape, with church, peasant and goats — 

loj X 14 J (Drmthorne), £10 ids. 

55 Tonge, R., 1851, Marshes on the Ribble : Samphire-gatherers — 13! X 234 

(Sampson), £34 13s. 

56 Tonge, R., 1852, Potatoes and rye — 12 X 18 (Sampson), £22 is. 

57 Tonge, R., 1850, Bhenn Mohroin, Arran — 13* X 20J (Sampson), £23 is. 



DRAWINGS. 

58 Pilsbury, Wilmot, 1884, The church on the hill: Godshill. Isle of Wight— 

loi X 17 (Pickering), £7 7s. 

59 Hardy, T. B., 1881, At the Nore— iij x SJ (Gooden & Fox), £11 os. 6d. 

60 Hardy, T. B., 1881, Sand-hills, Scheveningen — loi X 8J (Vicars), £5 5s. 

61 Hardy, T. B., Near Leigh, Essex — 6J x gj (Vicars), £10 los. 

62 Ruskin, J., Lake of Annecy : Autumn, 1882 — 5 x 7 (Warr), £iS i3=. 

63 Boyce, G. P., 1864, At Gateshead-on-T>Tie — 11 :< 16 (Agaew), £14 t4S. 

64 Wimperis, E. M., On the Thames — 10 X 14 (Bowden), £10 ids. 

65 Wimperis, E. M., Near Windsor — 11 J x igi (Bowden), £8 8s. 

66 Wimperis, E. M., On the Dart — 10 J X i7i (Vicars), £11 iis. 

67 Willis, H. B., Highland cattle : and Moel Siabod (Bowden), £6 6s. 



176 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

68 Willis, H. B., 1870, Near Polegate, Sussex : Sunset— 9J X 18J (Bowden), 

£995- 

69 Willis, H. B., 1864, Cattle in the Highlands— yj X i8i (Bowden), £4 4s. 

70 Baker, T., 1861, Cattle at Milverton ; Church on a river ; and A lady swinging, 

chalk (Camoys), £8 8s. 

71 de Wint, P., Kirkstall Abbey — 16J X 20J (Vicars), £7 7s. 

72 Dussat, C, Landscape, with cottage and figures — 5J X 7j (Newman), £1 is. 

73 Hardy, T. B., On the Dort, Holland— 6| X gf (Dover), £4 14s. 6d. 

74 Rowlandson, T., 1800, Snuffing the candle ; and Landscape, by A. Waterloo, 

sepia (Schroeder), £3 3s. 

75 Renshaw, Alice, The sisters, black and white — 22J X 16 (Foster), £2 ids. 

76 Smart, J., R.S.A., Landscape study — 14 X 20J (Jackson), £3 13s. 6d. 

77 Scott, Georges, 1898, Halt on the march : Gordon Highlanders — 13J X 9J 

(Wallis), £2 2s. 

78 Perigal, A., R.S. A., Lochleven Castle— 8 X i2i (Gooden & Fox), £8 8s. 

PICTURES. 

79 Moore, H., R.A., 1872, Sunset : Dalton-in-Furness — 8 X i6i (Jackson), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

80 Breakspeare, W. A., Touchstone and Audrey, panel — 6 X 4 (Sutclifie), £7 7s. 

81 Menpes, Mortimer, Mrs. Brown-Potter, panel — 3} X 2i (Leger), £4 14s. 6d. 

82 Linder, P., A soubrette, panel — 6J x 4 (Mitchell), £1 is. 

82A Brown, Ford Madox, Meditation, oval — 8 X 10 (Jackson), £14 14s. 

83 de Lacy, C. J., 1892, In the Pool of London — 41 X 23^ (Sherrin), £1 iis. 6d. 

84 Cooper, Abraham, R.A., 1853, The sportsman's siesta — 9 x iij (Spencer), 

£6 6s. 

85 Watts, G. F., R.A., Two young girls — 25 J X 2oi (Jackson), £5 15s. 6d. 

86 Hill, Arthur, The letter— 23^ X 16J (Farmer), £3 13s. 6d. 

87 Riche, A., Head of a peasant-girl, oval — 26 x 2oi (Covington), £3 3s. 

88 Roosenboom, M., Fruit and still life — 23 X 17 (Grose), £2 12s. 6d. 

89 Zoon, J., Fruit in a basket — 16 X 19 (Grose), £1 iis. 6d. 
go Luker, W., 1891, Goatland — 19J X 31^ (Lister), £4 14s. 6d. 

91 Luker, W., 1894, In the Highlands — 13I- X 23^ (Lister), £2 12s. 6d. 

92 Luker, W., 1897, Highland cattle — iif X igi (Lister), £3 los. 

93 Spiridon, I., 1884, Sappho — 97 X 54 (Sampson), £25 4s. 

94 Herring, J. F., Death of the fox — 30J X 39i (Lewis), £7 7s. 

95 Fraser, M., Winter sunset — 29 X 19 (Grose), £1 iis. 6d. 

96 Sherrin, D., Highland cattle, a pair — 29 X 23! (Brooks), £3 13s. 6d. 

97 Lioret, A., Terriers — 14J X 17J (Agnew), £1 15s. 

98 Herring, J. F., The village smithy — 234 X 35 (Spencer), £5 5s. 

99 Shayer, W., sen.. Peasant-girl, with cattle and goats — 23J X igj (Master), 

£16 i6s. 

100 Shayer, W., sen., 1851, The ploughman's family — 25 X 33} (Belsey), £14 14s. 

loi 1« Jeune, H., A.R.A., Day dreams, panel — i7i X iij (Lister), £7 17s. 6d. 

102 Wheeler, J. A., The racecourse, set of four — 30 X 27 (Perigal), £19 19s. 

103 Wheeler, J . A., Duke of Beaufort on horseback — 28 X 35i (Wise), £4 4s. 

104 Hiibner, C, 1851, Meditation — 45 X 35 (Schroeder), £5 5s. 

105 Wimperis, E. M., Moorland farm — 14^- X 22J (King), £13. 

106 Wright, J., A.R.A., River scene, with a castle: Moonlight, circular — 23I ins. 

diam. (Grose), £1 is. 

107 J. N., A wood-nymph ; and A water-nymph, a pair, panel — 6 X 3J (Money), 

£2 2S. 

108 Turner style, Town on a river — iij X 13^ (Amor), £29 8s. 



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109 Baker, T., 1854, Cattle in a park — agj X 24^ (Blake), £31 los. 
no Baker, T., 1849, Landscape, with a ruined castle, and figures by a stream — 
i9i X 29i (Vicars), £8 8s. 

111 James, 1888, Forth Point, Watergate Bay; and Ebb tide, Newquay Bay, a 

pair — i7i X 29^ (Vicars), £14 14s. 

112 Harlstone, F. Y., Lake scene in a wood, with a group of figures, a subject from 

" Rokeby " — 24J X 29^ (Wallis), £3 13s. 6d. 

113 Etty, W., R.A., Venus and Cupid — 20 X 25^ (Vicars), £3 3s. 



ENGRAVING. 

114 " For he's a jolly good fellow," after W. Dendy Sadler, by W. Boucher, artist's 

proof ; and three others (Oliver), £13 13s. 

DRAWINGS. 

115 Sheffield, G., 1883, Coast scenes, with boats, black and white, a pair — 18 X 23 

(Sampson), £6 i6s. 6d. 

116 Wadham, B. B., 1880, A waterfall ; and The rabbit on the wall, after Wilkie 

(Oliver), £1 ids. 
217 Baxter, C, Flower-girls — 20 X 17J (Oliver), £21. 

118 Bond, W. J. J. C, 1870, Galway— 28i X 39 (King), £11 iis. 

PICTURES. 

119 Douglas, W. Fettes, R.S A., The penitent— 28i X 2ii (Wallis), £1 us. 6d. 

120 Ellis, Edwin, The storm — 17^ x 22^ (Wallis), £12 12s. 

121 Sadler, W. Dendy, The middleman, R.A., 1892 — 33 X 47 (Oliver), £131 5s. 

Property of the late Sir Hugh Gilzean Reid. 

DRAWINGS. 

122 Blake, W., The evangelist, and sketch on the reverse, pencil ; also a letter 

by Samuel Palmer, in one frame (Spencer), £3 13s. 6d. 

123 Bumey, E. F., The hermit and the penitent ; and The boatman and the 

maiden, with the engravings ; four, in two frames (Spencer), £1 is. 

124 Corbould, H., Ariel ; and a Book-plate, in one frame ; The gleaner ; and Boat 

in a storm (Spencer), £1 is. 

125 Foster, Birket, Dunstanborough Castle, vignette (Mitchell), £17 17s. 

126 MacWhirter, J, R.A.. Winter, Loch Katrine— iij X 8f (Graves), £13 13s. 

127 Rowlandson, T., Country inn — 7J x loj (Smith), £8 8s. 

128 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Knaresborough, a sketch — 8 x 11 J (Leger), £6 6s. 

PICTURES. 

129 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1871, Cows and sheep in a meadow, panel — 19J x 23J 

(Sampson), £26 5s. 

130 Couldery, H. H., 1874, Kittens — loj X i3i (Leggatt), £1 is. 

131 Herring, J. F., sen., 1844, The wayside inn — i6f X 20} (Lister), £7 17s. 6d. 

132 Millais, Sir J. B., P.R.A., David and Nathan : sketches for illustrations, 

monochrome, a pair — 6| X gj (Spencer), £1 is. 

133 Nasmyth, P., River scene, with ^vindmill, and peasant, panel — 9} X iif 

(Leggatt), £8 i8s. 6d. 

134 Wilson, R., R.A., In Italy: River scene, with figures — 40 X 59 (Richardson), 

£5 5S. 



178 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February lo, 19 12. Christie's. 

Property of the late Mr. Lesser Lesser, 123, New Bond 
Street, and 14, Westbourne Terrace, Hyde Park, W. 

PICTURES. 
French School. 

1 Lady, in brown dress with gauze fichu, and coloured ribbons in her hair 

oval— 24i X 18 J (C. Davis), £89 5s. 

2 Youth and a girl, with a bird's-nest — 29J X 23J (Renton), £22 is. 

3 Boucher, Young boy, preparing to sketch a bust— 22^ X 18J (Schnell), £30 9s. 

4 Boucher, Cupids sporting, among the com, in grisaille — 36^ X 49J (Prideaux), 

£89 5s. 

5 Boucher School. Summer ; Autumn ; and Winter : set of three decorative 

panels- — 23 X 63 (C. Davis), £231. 

6 David, J. L., Venus introducing Cupid to Psyche — 82 >: 67 (Arthurton), 

£35 14s. 

7 Greuze, J. B., Head of a girl; a round-faced chubby girl, seen in nearly a 

front view, with auburn hair and loose dress, clasping to her bosom a white 
pigeon — 17J X 14J (Schnell), £168. 

8 Greuze, J. B., Head of a yoimg boy, with blue and black dress, in the attitude 

of devotion — 18 X 13I (K. Smith), £210. 

9 Lancret, N., Fete Champetre — 71 X 61 (Cohen), £178 los. 

10 Lancret, N., The fountain of love : Garden scene, with ladies and gentlemen — 

30 X 26 (Makower), £105. 

11 Lemoine, M. V., Two young girls, carrying a basket of flowers, oval — 35 x 27i 

(Ellis & Smith), £105. 

12 Pater, J. B., Fetes Champetres, a pair — 23 X 19 (Cohen), £210. 

13 Poussin, G., Landscape, with old castle on a hill ; figures in the foreground — 

13 X 17 (Thompson), £18 i8s. 

14 Watteau, A. (after), Pastoral figures ; and Musicians, in landscapes, a pair 

I3i X loi (Renton), £11 iis. 

German and Spanish Schools. 

15 Cranach, L., Portrait of a lady, as Judith, holding a sword and resting her left 

hand on the head of Holofernes, panel — 34 X 24 (Hallyn), £120 15s. 

16 Holbein, H., Gentleman, in black dress with fur collar, and black cap, panel — ■ 

19J X 14J (C. Davis), £31 los. 

17 Murillo, Gentleman, in grey dress with black and white sleeves, and white 

stockings, wearing a sword ; he stands on a terrace, holding his hat in his 
left hand and a glove in his right — SiJ X 54 (Turner), £267 15s. 

18 Murillo, Portrait of Don Pedro Nunez de Villa-Vicencio, wearing the Riband 

and Order of Saint John of Jerusalem — 75 :•: 48 (Nicholson), £81 i8s. 

English School. 

19 Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, K.G., son of Thomas, third Duke of Norfolk, 

in black dress and cap, holding a glove — 44 x 32J (Huggins), £39 i8s. 

20 Bonington, R. P., Beach scene, with fisherwomen and fish, on the Boulogne 

coast — 26 X 39J (Prideaux), £178 los. 

21 Constable, Hampstead Heath, with carts, figures and sheep — 23J X 3oi 

(Stracey), £27 6s. 



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22 Crome, J., Woody landscape, vrith peasant-woman, rustic bridge, and cattle — 

40 X 49 (Tooth), £577 105. 

23 Deane, C, View of London, from the river, looking towards Blackfriars — 

43 X 72 (Cohen), £73 los. 

24 Early English School. Lady, in white dress, and straw hat with mauve ribands 

— 49* >■ 39i- (CoUings), £157 los. 

25 Hoppner, J., R.A., Mrs. Jordan, in white dress and head-dress, with a blue 

riband round her neck, and black lace shawl — 29 X 24 (Gooden & Fox), 
£73 los. 

26 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A. Lady, in white dress, holding her infant child — 

29 X 24 (Stracey), £99 15s. 

27 Lely, Sir P., Miss Constance Weston, afterwards Mrs. Cracroft, of Hackthome 

Hall, Lincolnshire, in grey dress with white sleeves, and blue cloak ; in a 
landscape — 28 :■' 38J (Leggatt), £230 los. 
2& Opie, J., R.A. (after). Girl, in white dress — 29J X 24* (Leggatt), £26 5s. 

29 Re\-noIds, Sir J., P.R.A., Mrs. Seaforth and child (Leggatt), £194 53. 

30 Rev-nolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Elizabeth, Countess of Ancrum, afterwards Mar- 

chioness of Lothian — 29 X 24^ (Cohen), £672. 

31 Romney, Lady Hamilton, as " Nature " — 29 X 24 (Stracey), £462. 

32 Scott, S., Town on a river, with boats and figures, a pair — 19J >; 22 (C. Davis), 

£99 15s. 

33 Streetes, G., Three children ; two boys, in yellow slashed doublets ; and a girl. 

in rich dress with lace ruff, holding a guinea-pig, panel — 20i :■: 27 (Letts), 
£441- 

34 Zuccarelli, F., R.A., Landscapes, with figures and animals, a pair — 19 X i6i 

(Gooden & Fox), £23 3s. 

35 Zucchero, Lady Arabella Stuart, in black dress with yellow embroidered 

sleeves, white lace rufi', and jewels, panel — 25 X 33 (Willson), £105. 

Italian School. 

36 Bologaese School. Gentleman, in black dress and cap : landscape background, 

panel — 24 X 19^ (Gooden Sc Fox), £110 5s. 

37 Canaletto, A., Church of SS. Giovanni e Paolo, with the Colieoni Monument, 

Venice — 27 X 58J (Carfax), £62 5s. 

38 Canaletto, A., Doge's Palace, Venice, and other buildings, with gondolas, boats 

and figures — 48|- x 66 (Prideaux), £146 los. 

39 Canaletto, A., State prison, with the Bridge of Sighs ; and Church of the 

Redentore, with gondolas and figures, a pair — 17^ :■: 29^ (Wynberger), 
£35 145- 

40 Cosimo, P. di. Madonna, in red and green dress, with white head-dress, holding 

the Infant Savioiu", who stands on a ledge before her ; an angel on the 
right, panel — 29i ;< 21} (Sabin), £189. 

41 Dolci, Carlo, Head of female saint, with blue dress — 15* x 12} (Gooden & Fox), 

£37 1 6s. 

42 Correggio, Madonna and Child, with Saint John: the Madonna, in red and 

blue robes, seated, holding on her lap the Infant Saviour, who stretches out 
his arms toward the infant Saint John, who is dressed in green and holds 
a lamb, panel — 45 x 33^ (.Morrison), £210. 

43 Florentine School. The Holy Trinity. In the centre of the picture is the 

First Person of the Trinity, holding up the Cross, on which is the form of 
the crucified Saviour, while the Dove is seen over the Saviour's head ; 
behind is a mandorla, formed by the child angels ; on the left is Saint Joha 



i8o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

the Baptist ; on the right Saint Mary of Egypt ; small figures in the fore- 
ground of Tobias and the Angel — 82 X 73 (Cohen), £997 ids. 

44 Florentine School. Madonna and Child : the Madonna, in red dress, long blue 

cloak and white head-dress, kneels adoring the Infant Saviour, who is 
before her holding a miniature cross ; wooded landscape background, 
with buildings, panel — 27J X 20J (Sekeyan), £315. 

45 Francia, Saint Sebastian, bound to a tree, panel — 65 X 33 (Nicholson), 

£47 5S. 

46 Longhi, Luca, Madonna and Child, with Saint Elizabeth and Saint John, signed, 

and dated 1578 — 42J X 34^ (Sekeyan), £231. 

47 Marieschi, J., Church of Santa Maria della Salute ; and Doge's Palace, Venice, 

with gondolas and figures, a pair — 23 X 36^ (Samuelson), £451 los. 

48 Milanese School. Saint Catherine, in adoration, panel — 24^ X igj (Sackville 

Gallery), £68 5s. 

49 Moroni, Monsignor Bartolonieo Piobetti, in brown dress trimmed with fur ; 

black cap ; holding his gloves in his right hand — 37 X 29i (F. Howard). 
£31 los. 

50 Puligo, D., Madonna, in red and green dress, holding the Infant Saviour, panel — 

4T X 28J (Cohen), £23 2S. 

51 Pinturicchio, Bernardino, Madonna and Child, with Saints. In the centre, 

the Madonna, in red dress with green robe, is seated, holding the Infant 
Saviour on her knee ; on the left is Saint Anthony, holding a bell and a 
staff ; and on the opposite side is Saint John the Baptist, holding a cross ; 
two angels appear behind, panel, circular — 35 ins. diam. (Bohler), £441. 

52 Tiepolo School. Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian — 21 X 12 (Renton), £5 5s. 

53 Titian. Holy Family : the Madonna, in red and blue robes, seated in a 

landscape, presenting an apple to the Infant Saviour ; on the right Saint 
Joseph, in red and bro^vn dress, holding a staff — 44^ X 51 (Prideaux), 
£84. 

54 Veronese, P., Cephalus bending over the wounded Procris, in a landscape — 

63 X 74 (Dr. Maynard), £21. 

55 Veronese School. Mars and Venus, with Cupid, seated on clouds — 45 X 54 

(Dr. Maynard), £5 5s. 

Dutch School. 

56 Interior of a vault, vrith figures and dog — 13 X i8i (Von Straaten), £7 7s. 

57 Lionel Edgar, in black dress with slashed sleeves ; large lace collar — 45 X 34J 

(Wallis), £126. 

58 Winter landscape, with figures on the ice ; a prancing horse on the right — 

3T X 24i (Prideaux), £63. 

59 Old woman, in figured black dress with white apron, holding a book — 41 X 33J 

(Prideaux), £131 5s. 

60 Berchem, N., A grand mountainous landscape ; on the left, by a group of 

peasants and cattle, a woman, wearing a scarlet skirt, mounted on a mule, 
and a man beating a kicking ass, which a dog has also seized by the ear 
with a herdsman and four cows, crossing a stream — 43! X 53J (Prideaux), 
£367 lOS. 

61 Claes, P., A goblet, a ham, lemon, and other objects, on a table, panel — 19 X 26J 

(Prideaux), £84. 

62 Cuyp, A., Sportsman, with three dogs and dead game, in a landscape, signed — 

38 X 51 (Prideaux), £199 los. 

63 Dow, G., Old woman, in red dress and cap, panel — 8J X 6J (Rutley), £48 6s. 



February lo. 1912. l8l 



64 Dusart, C, Fish-seller, at the door of a cottage — iSJ >: 15J (Goodea S; Fox), 

£63. 

65 Fyt> Jan, Dead deer, swan, and other game, with dogs and implements of the 

chase — 81 X 88 (Bohler), £94 los. 

66 Hals, Dirk, Gentleman, in black dress and cap, with large white ruff, oval — 

3oi X 34 (— ), £47 5S. 

67 Heist, B. van der, Admiral Comelis Van Tromp, holding a letter ; a ship, seen 

through a window, on the right — 43 x 35 (Ceilings), £23 2S. 

68 d'Hondecoeter, M., Poultry and pigeons, in a landscape — 37J X 3oi (Gond- 

stikker), £267 155. 

69 Hondecoeter, M., Cockatoos, poultry and paraquets — 28J- X 40^ (Edward 

Gallerj'), £60 i8s. 

70 Hooghe, P. de. Interior, with peasant-woman standing by a window, two 

cavaUers at a table, and a dog in the foreground, signed, panel — 22 X 19 
(Gondstikker), £64 is. 

71 Hooghe, P. de. Three cavaUers and a lady, pla^-ing cards, panel — 13 X 17 

(Speyer), £84. 

72 Kalf, W., A Delft dish, containing fruit and still life — 37 X 29 (Colhngs), 

£131 5s. 

73 Maes, The Prince of Nassau, in red dress, with dogs and hawk — 45* X 35^ 

(Prideaux), £178 los. 

74 Metzu, G., The poultry-seller ; a woman, in red bodice and grey skirt, holding 

out a hare to an old woman, who is seated before a stall ; a youth on the 
left, panel — 16J X 13J (Geen), £220 los. 

75 Metzu, G., Interior, with a lady paying a visit to a family, who are seated roimd 

a fireplace — 30 X 30^ (Cohen), £199 los. 

76 More, Sir A., Saint Sebastian : Half-length nude figure, three-quarter face to 

right, holding a bow in his right hand and an arrow in his left, panel — 
31 X 27 (Colnaghi), £378. 

77 Near, A. van der. River scene, moonlight, signed with initials, panel — 27} X 39 

(Morrison), £945. 

78 Neer, van der. Frozen river scene, with town, and figures skating ; panel — 

18 X 23 (Rarp), £99 15s. 

79 Os, J. van. Basket of fruit, flowers in sculptured vase, and goldfish in bowl, 

panel — 34 X 27 (Bohler), £37 i6s. 

80 Ostade, I. van, The inn door— 33^ X 47J (Cohen), £152 5s. 

81 Rembrandt, The falconer, panel — 41 X 29^ (Morrison), £315. 

82 Rembrandt, Portrait of a youth, called " The admiral " — 50 X 39 J (Prideaux), 

£52 lOS. 

83 Rembrandt, The flight into Egypt, panel — 17 X 16J (T. Permain), £39 i8s. 

84 Rembrandt, Coast scene : Sunset, with shipping and boats in a breeze, panel — 

13J X 18J (Colnaghi & Obach), £157 los. 

85 Rembrandt, Man and woman, seated together, reading from a paper, panel — 

39 X 33 (Cohen), £94 los. 

86 Rembrandt, The Lord of the vineyard : Interior, with four figures near a 

window, panel — 13* x 10} (Van Wavereen), £50 8s. 

87 Rembrandt, Saint Peter, in blue and brown robes, holding the keys in his left 

hand— 25i X 37i (Cohen), £33 12s. 



i82 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

88 Rembrandt School. Young boy, in brown dress, reading, panel — gj X 8J) 

(Mackower), £56 14s. 

89 Rubens, P. P., Repose of the Holy Family, panel — 42 ;< 38 (Bohler 

£1,522 lOS. 

90 Rubens, P. P., The Infanta Isabella, Archduchess of Austria, in rich white 

satin dress with lace ruff, and strings of pearls, seated, holding a fan — 
51 X 41 (N. Hahn), £325 los. 

91 Rubens, P. P., Time disclosing religious truth : A design to be worked in 

tapestry, panel — 26 X 36 (Schnell), £89 5s. 

92 Rubens, P. P., Triumph of the Eucharist over Ignorance — 19 X 27J (Schnell), 

£157 los. 

93 Rubens School. Forest scene, with figures in the foreground, woman and a 

child among the trees on the left — 61 X 94 (Nicholson), £13 13s. 

94 Rubens School. A saint, reading, panel — 24 X 19 (Schroeder), £9 9s. 

95 Ruysch, R., Fruit, birds'-nest, and insects ; and Flowers in a glass vase, a pair ; 

signed — 33^ X 27i (Shepherd), £210. 

96 Ruysdael, J. van. Hilly landscape, with cascade and figures, signed — 20 X 25i 

(T. Permain), £152 5s. 

97 Ruysdael, J. van, River scene, with waterfall, woodcutters, and some old 

buildings — 40 X 49 (Glen), £78 15s. 

98 Ruysdael, J. van, Woody river scene, with buildings and anglers — 2oi X 29 J 

(Mallmann), £99 15s. 

99 Snyders, F., Interior of a larder, with dead peacock, swan, deer, boar, etc. ; in 

the foreground, a spaniel with five puppies — 75 X 112 (Gooden & Fox), 

£462. 
100 Snyders, F., Monkeys, dead game, fruit and still life — 38 x 40 (Bohler), £27 6s. 
loi Steen, Jan (after), Tric-trac players — 16 X 13! (Mackower), £9 9s. 

102 Teniers, D., A smoker, in grey dress, seated at a table ; in the background 

three boors playing cards, panel^ — 15 X 11 (Prideaux), £152 5s. 

103 Teniers, D., Worship of Bacchus ; crowd of peasants ascending a hill to the 

temple ; gentleman and two peasants near some casks in the foreground — 
40 X 48 (Saunders), £23 2S. 

104 Teniers, D., Interior of an artist's studio, with figures and still life, panel — 

22i X 314 (Wagner), £42. 

105 Teniers, D. (the elder), Peasants playing bowls, before a tavern — 32^ X 51 

(Graham), £39 i8s. 

106 Terburg, G., The Council of Trent— 46 X 70 (Wagner), £94 los. 

107 Uden, van. Hilly river scene, with buildings, figures and cattle— 8J X 14! 

(Gower), £8 8s. 

108 Dyck, Sir A. van, Lady, in white satin dress edged with white lace, pearl and 

jewel ornaments, and a rose in her right hand — 84 X 50 (Sulley), £504. 

109 Dyck, Sir A. van, Saint Peter, in blue dress and yellow robe, holding the keys 

and a book — 43 X 34^ (Renton), £110 5s. 
no Van Dyck School. James, Duke of Hamilton, in armour and white collar, 

holding a baton— 83^ X 50^ (Wallis), £68 5s. 
Ill Van Dyck School. Sir John Digby, Earl of Bristol, K.G., in armour, with 

white sash and collar, wearing the Riband of the Garter, and holding a baton 

— 45i X 34J (Prideaux), £131 5s. 



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112 Velde, W. van de, A calm, with man-of-war, yachts and boats — i6f x 21 

(Gondstikker), £136 los. 

113 Velde, W. van de, A calm, with two boats off a jetty, panel — 6J X 7J (Prideaux), 

£33 12s. 

114 Weenix, Jan, Dead hare and other game, with a gun — 28^ X 39 J (Tooth), 

£73 I OS. 

115 Wouverman, P., Farrier's shop, with peasants, children, horses and cart — 

15J X 2oi (Cohen), £52 los. 

116 Wouverman, P., Wooden bridge over frozen river, with figures on the ioe, and a 

cottage to the left, panel — 6J X 9 (Schnell), £120 15s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February 12, 1912. Christie's. 

WORKS BY THOMAS ROWLANDSON. 

DRAWINGS. 
Unframed. 

1 An album containing a number of drawings from the antique,, etc., in pen^ 

ink and sepia (Spencer), £i is. 

2 Sixty-one studies, chiefly in pen and ink, of figures from the antique, in a 

solander case (Spencer), £2 2%. 

3 Coaching incidents ; and Mrs. Bundle in a rage (Gutekunst), £9 19s. 6d. 

4 Kicking up a breeze at Nell Hamilton's ; and The solider's farewell, 1820 

(London), £13 13s. 

5 The sick nurse ; and At dinner (F. Harris), £5 los. 

6 Kicking him out ; and How to lead a fellow by the nose (F. Harris), £3 13s. 6d. 

7 The comforts of cleanliness ; and Snooking Kenn (F. Harris), £2 5s. 

8 Jockeys ; and Nurse and patient (Colnaghi & Obach), £2 5s. 

9 The lover's surprise ; and Peter Scroggings (Brail), £2 12s. 6d. 

ID Head of a fishwife ; and A student in polite literature (Spencer), £1 los. 

ti The distillery ; and A bibliomaniac (Rimell), £3 3s. 

12 Caught; and Not caught (Huggins), £5 5s. 

13 A gentle shove ; and How came she so ? (Huggins), £^4 14s. 6d. 

14 Triplets ; and Soldiers drilling (Brail), 10s. 6d. 

15 The drayman's device ; and A house on fire (Rimell), £5 los. 

16 College pranks ; and The jealous sailor (Spencer), £3 3s. 

17 Putting him to bed ; and The refractory, with a drawing on the reverse (Rimell), 

£6 6s. 

18 M. Verbruggen, engineer and inventor of the boring of cannons, 1786 ; and A 

Miss in her teens (Brail), £i is. 

19 The miser ; and At the balcony (Shroeder), £2 15s. 

20 Heads of convocation ; and The bachelor's bitter cup (Parsons), £1 i6s. 

21 Jew and Gentile ; and Trying to move the Jew (F. Harris), £2 5s. 

22 The henpecked husband ; and A Leicester fields nightingale (Parker), £3 3s. 

23 Le Petit Maitre Parfaitement Satisfait de lui-meme • and This is the Jew 

that Shakespeare drew (Parsons), £2 5s. 

24 Two Solander cases, with red morocco backs (Pollard), £1 los. 

Framed. 

25 The frontispiece of Smollett's " Sir Lancelot Greaves " ; and Sailors begging 

(Rimell), £12 12s. 

26 Watering horses ; and A review (Ellis &. Smith), £5 5s. 

27 Kicking him out ; and A windy day (Schroeder), £3 15s. 

28 The hard, Portsea, 1815 ; and A runaway wagon (Carfax), £8 i8s. 6d. 

29 Geologists ; and A harbour (Huggins), £5 5s. 

30 Welshpool ; and Carnarvon Castle, North Wales (Colnaghi & Obach), £13 13s. 

31 A port admiral — SJ X iij (Gutekunst), £2 15s. 

32 A runaway chaise ; and Captain Squander, bang up to the mark (Huggins), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

33 Craneology ; and Facial expressions (Spencer), £1 los. 

34 Changing horses ; and Alterations in the ale-cellar at BuUstrode (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £9 los. 



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' 35 Dr. Syntax in the cellar ; and An assize court (Huggins), £9 19s. 6d. 

36 The cabriolet ; and A coach scene (Carfax), £13 13s. 

37 A race course ; and George Wilson, the pedestrian, a pair — 5^ x gi (Huggins), 

£10. 

3S Illustrations to Gamado's horsemanship a set of five — 2I >'3i each (Cooke), 
£7. 

39 Cock and breeches — gj X 7i (Spencer) los. 6d. 

40 Yarmouth roads, two in one frame — 5J X 16J each (Rimell), £6 6s. 

41 Billiards, two in one frame (Drejius), £6 6s. 

42 Broad grins — 7J X iij (Schroeder), £1 5s. 

43 Dr. Drainbarrel — 5i X gi (Parsons), £3. 

44 A trip to Scarborough — si X 9 (Gutekunst), £5 15s. 

45 A country fair — 5i X SJ (Huggins), £4 15s. 

46 The passionate man — 11 X 18J (Bower), £3. 

47 A doctor dismissing death — 7 J X loj (Colnaghi), £9 gs. 

48 Dr. Willis at home : and Dr. Willis abroad, a pair — sf X oi (West), £9 rgs. 6d. 

49 The Devil's pursuit — 6 X 9 (Spencer), £1 is. 

50 An encampment — 6i X 12J (Colnaghi & Obach), £10 los. 

51 The life-boat— 6i x gj (Young), £1 6s. 

52 A glee, 1790— 8J X iij (Huggins), £4 los. 

53 An execution, 1803 — 7j X 5J (London), £5 5s. 

54 The masquerade, 1801 — 11 X &i (Gutekunst), £2 5s. 

55 Ducking a pickpocket, 1822 — 7} X iif (Spencer), £3. 

56 Christie's — 8 >; ii^ (Colnaghi & Obach), £42. 

57 Anglers — 9 X loj (Gutekunst), £5 15s. 6d. 

58 The monk's retreat — 7i X loj (Spencer), £1 is. 

59 Sad sloppy weather — 9J X 7i (Rimell), £2. 

60 A water picnic — 10 X 16 (Howard), £2 los. 

61 "A smoking chimney and a scolding wife are the plagues of a man's life" — 

loj X 7i (Bower), £1. 

62 A single-stick match — 13^ X 20J (Colnaghi), £29 8s. 

63 Ruins of an old castle, 1795 — gj X 15 (Spencer), £1 gs. 

64 A sulky, 1801 — gj X loj (Gutekimst), £8 los. 

65 Clearing the premises without considering the landlord — loj X Si (Schroeder), 

66 A wrestling match — 8} X 12^ (Huggins), £19 19s. 

67 A bonne bouche — 10 J X 8 (Spencer), £1 8s. 

68 A four-in-hand — loj X 16J (Colnaghi & Obach), £18 i8s. 

69 The drawing-room — gj X 14^ (London), £22 is. 

70 Firing a salute — loi X i4i (Spencer), £4 4s. 

71 A six-in-hand — gj X 14^ (Dighton), £15 15s. 

72 Newgate — 8 X iij (London), £14 14s. 

73 A street accident — 15 X loj (Howard), £7 7s. 

y^ The return from the boats — 9 X 7f (Rimell), £2 2S. 

75 Brilliants, 1798— iij x i8i (Howard), £17 17s. 

76 Minding the baby — gJ X loj (Colnaghi & Obach), £5 los. 

77 Showing off in Rotten Row, circular— 12J ins. diam (London), £3. 

78 The captain and the bumboat-woman— 13 x gJ (Huggins), £5 15s. 6d. 

7g Mr. Acchum, Professor of Chemistry, lecturing at the Surrey Institution, 1809 — 

8J X I2i (London), £13 13s. 

80 The misers, or a picture of misery — 9 X nj (Spencer), 17s. 

8t Commodore Trunnion — 7i >: 14! (Colnaghi & Obach), £7 17s. 6d. 

82 Hungarian and Highland broadsword exercises — Si ;< i2i (Spencer), £4 4s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



S3 The apparition — iif X 9J (Spencer), £5 5s. 

84 Don Diego's entrance into Strassburg, Tristram Shandy — gj X 13J (Rimell), 

£5 5S. 

85 A harmonic society — gj X 14 (Howard), £7 7s. 

86 The barrow-woman basting the beadle — lof X 8J (Crome), £4 14s. 6d. 

87 The hunt breakfast — 9 x 13J (Howard), £g gs. 

8S The entrance to a fortress — 11 x 17 (Spencer), £4 los. 

89 The March of Intellect, 1S16 — 8* X 12 (Parsons), £4. 

90 Connoisseurs, 1785 — i2i X 154 (Colnaghi & Obach), £i6 i6s. 

91 A ship-laimch at Woolwich, 1822 — ir x 17J (London), £27 6s. 

92 The fleet at anchor — loj x 17 (Huggins), /ii lis. 

93 A view of a convent at Landhearn, pencil — loj x 17J (Spencer), ^i 12s. 

94 An antiquated belle at her toilet — 14 x iij (Howard), £7 17s. 6d. 

95 Sheemess, 1806 — 10^ X 17 (Young), £19 19s. 

96 Old Kew Palace— II X 16J (Huggins), £11 iis. 

97 Every age has its comforts, 1824 — loJ X 15 (Spencer), £2 12s. 6d. 

98 Castle Donnington — 13^ X 21J (Howard), £8 i8s. 6d. 

99 A review of Brackley, Northamptonshire — 12 X 17 (Pollard), £7 los. 
100 Hare-hunting : The death — 13I- X 19J (Richardson), £^1 los. 

loi Smithfield sharpers, 1787, R.A., 1787 — iij X 16J (Richardson), £3 i5s» 

102 Richmond Bridge — 11 X 16J (London), £27 65. 

103 The return of Nelson — io|- X i6|- (Huggins), £21. 

104 Captain Englefield's miraculous escape from the loss of the " Centaur," 1798 — 

30 X 18 (Gutekunst), £16 i6s. 

105 The meet — 14^ X 19J (Colnaghi & Obach), £27 6s. 

106 English travelling, or the first stage from Dover — 13 x 19J (Gutekunst), 

£65 2S. 

107 Animal magnetism: The centre of attraction — 15 X iii (Pollard), £11 us. 
loS The faro-table at Devonshire House, 1791 — 12 X 17 (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£483. 
109 Interior of a coffee-house — loi X 17J (Colnaghi & Obach), £29 8s. 
no The squire's kitchen — loj X i6f (Huggins), £10 ics. 

111 A rout at the Dowager Duchess of Portland's, 1793 — iij x 18 (London), 

£35 14s. 

112 The prize fight — 18J X 27J (Huggins), £210. 

113 A hunting scene, after Rowlandson ; Smugglers ; The plans for a battle, a 

lithograph, coloured ; and Lord Balljnmore, ditto (Colnaghi & Obach), 
£4 14s. 6d. 

DRAWINGS. 

In the Folio. 

114 Jordaens, J., Two peasant-woman with an infant, red chalk; A Turk, by 

J. K. Heilmann, black and white ; Peasants merrymaking, by C. de Wael, 
Indian ink wash ; and The farrier, by A. Both, Indian ink wash (Money), 
£2 15s. 
113 Boucher, Eastern figures ; Farmyard scene ; Landscape, with satyrs, by C. 
Poelenburgh, red chalk ; River scene, with figures, by J. Callot, Indian ink 
wash ; and four others (Parsons), £3 3s. 

116 Angelo, Michael, Moses, red chalk ; Classical study, by P. da Cortona, sepia ; 

Figures, by A. Carracci, sepia and wash ; and Bacchanal subject, by 
Polidoro da Caravaggio, sepia, heightened with white (Shaw), £2 15s. 

117 Baschera, Domenico, Driving cattle ; Apollo and Diana, by Guilio Romano, 

sepia and white ; Rape of the Sabmes, by Francesco Solimena, pencil and 



February 12, 1912. 187 



sepia ; and Studies of five heads, by Andrea Vaccaro, red chalk (Shaw), 

£2 lOS. 

Framed. 
iiS Rowlandson, T., The cobbler's stall — gf X 12\ (Gutekunst), fig igs. 
ng Rowlandson, T., The market-place, Newbury — loj X 16J (Leggatt), £22 lis. 6d. 

120 Rowlandson, T., View near Veryan, Cornwall, with wagon, figures and 

animals — loj X 15J (T. A. Cook) £12 12s. 

121 Rowlandson, T., Selling fish — 6 X gj (Spencer), £1 15s. 

122 Rowlandson, T., Church promenade, Hyde Park ; and Buying fish (London), 

£18 18?. 

123 Rowlandson, T., St. Donat's Castle, Glamorganshire ; and The cattle-market 

(Young), £13 13s 

124 Rowlandson, T., Domestic happiness ; and View on the Thames (Burton), 

£6 6s. 
r25 Rowlandson, T., Sporting parsons ; and A Wapping landlady (Spencer), 
£4 14s. 6d. 

126 Rowlandson, T., Castle and bridge, Haverfordwest ; and The cross at Iron 

Acton, near Bristol (Gooden & Fox), £11 iis. 

127 Album, of sketches and dra-n-ings in pencil and colour, representing figures 

and portrait heads, by George Dance, R.A., and Sir Nathaniel Dance, 
R.A. (Parsons), £17 17s. 

128 Album, of sketches in water-colom: and pencil, of grotesque figures and carica- 

tures, etc., by George Dance, R.A., and Sir Nathaniel Dance, R.A. (Parsons), 

£2 12s. 6d. 
i2g Two albimis, containing dra-n-ings and sketches; by George Dance, R.A., 

and Sir Nathjiniel Dance, R.A. ; and some old prints (Parsons), £2 2S. 
130 Album, containing numerous figure subjects, in pen and pencil (Rimell), 

£2 2S. 



DRAWINGS. 
In the Folio. 

131 Dance, G., R.A., Alderman Hopkins, Mr. Sainsbmry ; and Alderman Hart, 

pencil (Parsons), £1 2S. 

132 Dance, G., R.A., Sir Watkin Lewes ; and three other portraits, pencil (Parsons), 

£1 I2S. 

133 Dance, G., R.A., Mr. Wright ; ;Mr. Joseph Bushnan ; and two others, pencil 

(Rimell), £1 i6s. 
134. Dance, G., R.A., Deputy Atkinson ; Sir William Plomer ; Mr. Lawrence Holker 
pencil (Parsons) £1 12s. 

135 Dance, G., R.A., Portrait of a lady ; Mr. Shone ; Mr. Bythesea ; Mr. Meyer ; 

and two others pencil and colour (Parsons), £5. 

136 Dance, G., R.A., Six portraits of gentlemen, pencil (Rimell), £3. 

137 Views in Rome, Naples and TivoU (8) lithographs coloured ; and a drawi.Tg, 

pen and ink (Parsons), £14 14s. 



i8S ART PRICES CURRENT. 

February 12, 1912. Sotheby's. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

3 A cherub between two Cupids playing a flute, artist's proof before any letters, 
' in colours (Mannering), ^^3. 

II Portrait of Mdlle. de Montpensier in her helmet, by N. Poilly, original im- 
pression, with margins (a little soiled) (Leverson), £2 4s. 

19 Hollar, Theatru Mulierum, title and 26 plates, original impressions, on India 

paper, 1643 (Mannering), £2. 

20 Hollar, Theatru Mulierum, title and 32 plates, original impressions, 1643 

(Streeter), £1. 
48 Portrait of Georgina Duchess of Devonshire, from an original picture by T. 

Gainsborough, drawn by Jackson, engraved by Meyer (James), £\ is. 
51 The musing charmer, by and after W. Ward, open-letter proof in brown 

(Vaughan), £26. 



ARUNDEL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS. 

52 AlbertinelU, M., The meeting of Mary and Elizabeth, scarce, 1875 (Quaritch), 

53 Angelico, Fra., The annunciation, scarce, 1863 (Manning), £8. 

54 Angelico, P., The coronation of the Virgin, 1864 (Rimell), £3 los. 

55 Angelico, F., The crucifixion, 1872 (Spencer), £1. 

56 Angelico, F., The Madonna and Child with attendant saints, 1882 (Maggs), 

£4 15s- 

57 Angelico, F., Christ and Mary Magdalene in the garden, 1870 ; The Marys at 

the sepulchre, 1875 ; Ordination of St. Stephen ; and Distribution of alms, 
1883 (E. Parsons), £3 los. 

58 Angelico, F., The transfiguration, 1870 ; The presentation in the temple, 1889 ; 

The entombment, 1889 ■ Christ and Disciples at Emmaus, 1891 (Holliday), 

£4 los- 

61 Bartolomeo, Fra., The annunciation, 1866 (Quaritch), £3. 

62 Bartolomeo, Fra., The supper and miraculous vision of St. Domenick, 1884 

(Spencer), los. 

63 Bartolomeo Fra. Jesus and His Disciples at Emmaus, 1870. The Virgin and 

Child. D'Avanzo, J., St. Lucy sentenced to death by the Roman Praetor 
1875 (Quaritch), £6 los. 

64 Bazzi, G., Ecstasy of St. Catherine, 1867 (Quaritch) £1 15s. 

65 Bazzi G., The vision of St. Catheri.ne, 1881 (Hartland), £2 8s. 

66 Bazzi, G., Swoon of St. Catherine, 1882 ; Christ bound to the column, 1889 

(Quaritch), £1 i8s. 

67 Bazzi, G., The figure of the Saviour, 1872 ; St. Benedict preaching to women, 

1872. Boccaccino, B., Christ among the doctors, 1890 (Quaritch), £2 i6s. 

68 Bellini, G , Madonna and Child enthroned, 1890 (Quaritch), £5 los. 

69 BotticeUi, S., Venus rising from the sea, 1870 ; La Vierge, L'Enfant Jesus at 

Seint Jean (photograph) (Tregaslds), £3 i6s. 

70 Botticelli, S., Primavera, 1888 (Quaritch), £5. 

71 Carpaccio, V., St. Jerome in his study, 1887 ; St. George baptising the Princess 

Cleodolinda and her father, 1888 : The calling of St. Matthew, 1889 
(Spencer),, £1 53. 



February 12, 1912. 189 



72 Cavallini, P., Madonna and Child with St. John the Evangelist and St. Fran- 

cesco, 1877. Cavazzola, M., The deposition from the cross, rSgi (Quaritch), 

£2 4S- 

73 Diirer, A., Adoration of the Holy Trinity, 1879 (E. Parsons), £1 ids. 

74 Diirer, A., St. John and St. Peter, and St. Mark and St. Paul, r879 (Rimell), 

15s. 

75 Foligno, N. da. The Madonna and Child with attendant saints, 1886. Forli, 

M. da, Pope Sixtus IV giving audience, 1875 ; An angel (plates i and 2), 
1872 (Quaritch), £5. 

76 Francia, F., Marriage of St. Cecilia ; Burial of St. Cecilia, a pair, 1862. Fran- 

cesca, P. della. Resurrection of Christ, 1879 (Quaritch), £4 15s. 

77 Ghirlandaio, D., The last supper, 1866 (Maggs), £1 r2S. 

78 Ghirlandaio, D., Zacharias naming his son John, 1S67 ; Preaching of John the 

Baptist, 1867 (Spencer), £1. 

79 Ghirlandaio, D., Death of St. Francis, i860 ; Two heads from the death of St. 

Francis, 1S60 ; Death of St. Fina, 1892 (Spencer), 5s. 

80 Ghirlandaio, D., Augustus and the sibyl, 1892 ; The nativity of the Virgin, 

1896 (E. Parsons), £2 8s. 

81 Giorgione, G., Virgin and Child between St. Liberale and St. Francis, 1879 

(Maggs), £2 -s. 

82 Giotto, View of the mterior of the Arena Chapel, Padua, 1856 ; St. Francis 

preaching before Pope Honorius III, 1873 (Spencer), £1. 

83 Giotto, St. Francis preaching to the birds, 1S77 (Spencer), £8. 

84 Giotto, Facsimile of a portrait of Dante, 1859 (Quaritch), £2 4s. 

85 Gozzoli, B., Group of angels adoring (first portion), 1SS4 ; Group of angels 

adoring (second portion), 1885 (Maggs), £4 15s. 

86 Gozzoli, B., The procession of the three kings, 1S87 (Spencer), £1 5s. 

87 Gozzoli, B., Madonna and Child with several saints, 1878 ; St. Augustine 

lecturing, 1863 ; St. Augustine and Child, 1897 (Spencer), £1 5s. 

88 Holbein, Hans, The Madonna among the Meyer family, 1S71 (E. Parsons), 

£2 5S. 

89 libri, G. dai. The Virgin and Child, with St. Lorenzo Giustiniani and St. Zeno, 

1874 (Spencer), 13s. 

90 Lippi, Filippino, The vision of St. Bernard, 1868 (E. Parsons), £2. 

91 lippi, F., St. Peter and St. Paul before Nero, and The martyrdom of St. Peter, 

1868 ; Virgin and Child, 1885 (Quaritch), £3. 

92 lippi, Filippo, Madonna and Child, Ufftzi, Florence, 1S77 (Quaritch), £5. 

93 Lippi, F., Madonna and Child, Accademia, Florence, 1S85 (Quaritch), £4 5s. 

94 Lorenzetto, P., The deposition from the cross, 1875. — Lorenzo, F. di, St. 

Bernardino of Siena healing a wounded man, 1885 (Deighton), 12s; 

95 Lothener, Stephen, Adoration of the Magi, 1874, centre panel ; St. Ursula and 

her virgins, St. Gereon and his warriors, 1874, two side panels ; The 
Annunciation, 1875, two exterior panels, five chromos on three mounts 
(Quaritch), £3 los. 

96 Luini, B., St. Catherine borne by angels to the tomb, 1858 (Maggs), £2 los. 

97 Luini, B-, Christ among the doctors, 1864 ; The marriage of the Virgin, 1865 

(Hartland), £2 4s. 

98 Luini, B., The presentation in the temple, and Head from the same, 1864 ; 

Adoration of the Magi, 1866 (Spencer), 15s. 

99 Luini, B., Saints Catherine of Siena and of Alexandria, and St. Agnes, with 

the Donatrix Ippolita Sforza, 1S95 (Quaritch), £2 los. 
ICO Mantegna, A., The conversion of Hermogenes the sorcerer, 1863 ; St. James 
the greater before Herod Agrippa, 1865. — Mantegna, B., St. John th« 



igo ART PRICES CURRENT. 

baptist with St. Benedict, and St. Nazorus with St. Celsus, 1874, two- 
chromes on one mount (Spencer), ;f2'r5s. 

10 1 Masaccio, Lippi, Filippino, and Masolino, The Brancacci Chapel Frescoes, 

including The tribute money, St. Peter and St. John healing and giving 
alms, etc., seventeen chromos on twelve mounts (Maggs), 14s. 

102 Memling, Hans, The altarpiece in the Hospital of St. John, Bruges : Adoration 

of the Magi, centre panel ; Nativity of Our Lord and His presentation in the 
temple, two side panels ; St. John Baptist and St. Veronica, two exterior 
panels, 1865, five chromos on three mounts (Maggs), £3 5s. 

103 Memling, H., The altarpiece in Lubeck Cathedral : The crucifixion, centre panel, 

and eight panels forming the complete altarpiece, 1876-8, nine chromos on 
five mounts (Chatwin), £2 2S. 

104 More, Sir A., Portrait of Queen Mary I, from a picture in the Royal Museum 

Madrid, 1878 (Spencer), £1 5s. 

105 Nelli, O., Madonna and Child, with angels and saints, 1857 (Quaritch), £2 5s. 
io6 Perugino, P., The crucifixion, centre panel ; Attendant saints, first wing ; 

Attendant saints, second wing, from the fresco in the Convent of St. Maria 
Maddelena de Pazzi at Florence, complete set, 1873 (Quaritch), ^5. 

107 Perugino, P., The adoration of the Infant Saviour, 1878 (Quaritch), jfs i6s. 

108 Perugino, P., Martyrdom of St. Sebastian, 1856 ; Adoration of the kings, 

1869 ; Christ's charge to St. Peter, 1877 (Spencer), los. 
rog Perugino, P., The transfiguration, 1881 ; Prophets and sibyls, 1883 ; The 

marriage of the Virgin, 1893 (Spencer), £1. 
no Pinturicchio, B., The annunciation, 1861 (Maggs), £3 5s. 

111 Pinturicchio, B., Interior of the Piccolomini library at Siena, 1880 (Rimell), 

£i8s. 

112 Knturicchio, B., St. Catherine of Alexandria pleading before her judges, 1886 

(Maggs), 17s. 

113 Pinturicchio, B., Christ among the doctors, 1857 ; The Nativity, 1858 (Spencer), 

£1 15s. 

114 Pinturicchio, B., The Nativity, 1894 ; The betrothal of Frederick III, 1895 

(Quaritch), £2 14s. 

115 Pinturicchio, B., Virgin in glory with two saints, 1880 ; ^neas Silvius Pic- 

colomini receiving the Cardinal's hat, 1882. — Pacchiarotto, St. Catherine 
finding the body of St. Agnes, 1881. — Pisanello, Y., Departure of St. 
George, 1893 (Quaritch), £1 4s. 
ii5 Raphael, St. Peter delivered from prison, 1865 (Maggs), £3 17s. 

117 Raphael, The four sibyls, 1866 (Maggs), £4 4s. 

118 Raphael, The poets on Mount Parnassus, 1873 (Quaritch), £1 5s. 

119 Raphael, Poetry, Theology, Philosophy, and Justice, a set, 1867-73 (E. Parsons), 

£3 1 8s. 

120 Romanino, The hunt, 1890 ; Roman wall painting ; The nursing of Bacchus, 

1885. — Sanzion, G., Virgin and Child, with saints, and Resurrection of 

Christ, 1859. — Titian, St. Anthony of Padua healing the foot of a young 

man, 1873 (Vincent), 15s. 
I2r Sarto, A. del. Madonna del Sacco, 1862 ; Charity (monochrome), 1889 (Maggs), 

f2 15s. 
132 Sarto, A. del, Nativity of the Virgin, 1866 (Quaritch), £2 12s. 

123 Sarto, A. del. Procession of the Magi, 1868 ; St. Filippo Benizzi healing children, 

1869 ; St. John the Baptist preaching, 1889, monochrome (Hartland), 
£1 6s. 

124 Signorelli, L., Events in the life of Moses, 1876 ; Head of Dante, 1887 ; Head 

of Virgil, 1887 (Maggs), £i 6s. 



February 12, 1912. 191 



135 Unknown Painter. Richard II of England before the Madonna, with attendant 
saints and angels, from a picture at Wilton House, 18S2, two chromos on one 
mount (Spencer), £1 4s. 

125 Van Eyck, The altarpiece in St. Bavon Cathedral, Ghent : The adoration of 
the Lamb ; Processions of judges, warriors, hermits, and pilgrims, four o;i 
one mount ; St. John Baptist and St. John Evangelist, with portraits of 
Donor and Wife, four on one mount ; The Triune God, The Virgin Msiry, 
St. John Baptist, three on one mount ; The .'\nnunciation, with two 
prophets and two sibyls, four oq one mount ; St. Cecilia at the organ, and 
An angelic choir, two on one mount ; Adam and Eve, two on one mount ; 
complete set, twenty chromos on seven mounts, 1868-71 (Quaritch), 

127 Vinci, Leonardo da. Virgin and Child, 1859. — Viterbo, L. di. The betrothal of 

the Virgin, 1889 (Hartland), £1 6s. 
12S Veronese, P., Justice and Temperance, 1887, a pair. — Vasco, Gran., St. Peter 

enthroned as Pope, 1892 (Quaritch), £2 2S. 

129 Wilhelm, Meister, Madonna •with the violet, 1873 (Quaritch), £1 los. 

130 Monument of the Cavalli family, by John Ruskin, 6 11. of te.xt, with coloured 

plate, 1872 ; Monument to Doge Vendramini, 1875 ; Monument to Tom- 
maso Pellegrini, 1876 ; Monimient of Count of Castelbarco at Verona, 
1881 ; Monument of Can Grande dolla Scala, at Verona, 1881 ; Monument 
to the Doge Morosini, 1882 (HoUoway), £4. 



134 Perugino, P., The crucifixion, with side panels, forming triptjxh, in the Conveat 

of St. Maria Maddelena, Florence, 1872, set (Quaritch) £5. 

135 Raphael, Philosophy, 1871 ; Justice, 1873 (Holliday), 14s. 

136 Unkno^vn Painter. Richard II of England before the Madonna, with saints 

and angels, 1882 (Hartland), £1 8s. 

137 Montagna, B., St. John the Baptist with St. Benedict, St. Nazarus with St. 

Celsus, 1874 (two chromos on one mount). — Carpaccio, The calling of St. 
Matthew, 1889 (Quaritch), 175. 

138 Libri, G. dai. Virgin and Child between two saints, 1874. — Vasco, Gran., St. 

Peter enthroned as Pope, 1892. — Lippi, Filippino, St. Peter and St. Paul 
before Nero, 1888. — Masalino, St. Peter preaching and baptising (two 
chromos on one mount), 1861 (Young), £1 12s. 

ENGRAVINGS AND MODERN ETCHINGS. 
Framed. 

139 Ferry on the loch, by Stanley C. Pratt, after J. Farquharson, signed artist's 

proof (Dobson), £1 4s. 

140 Wood sawyers, by W. Hole, after J. F. Millet, signed artist's proof (Dobson), 

£1 i6s. 

141 " Clouds have a silver lining," by Herbert Dicksee, signed artist's proof 

(Davidson), 13s. 

142 The Duchess of Rutland, by Ernest Stamp, after Sir J . RejTiolds, signed proof, 

in colours (Davidson), £1 ys. 

143 Lady Bamfylde, by Ernest Stamp, after Sir J . Reynolds, signed proof, in colours 

(Davidson), £1 7s. 

144 The power of justice, and The triumph of benevolence, by J. Dean, after G. 

Morland, a pair, in colours (HoUoway), £7 los. 



193 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

SPORTING AND FANCY SUBJECTS. 

145 Aiken, Henry, A series of eight plates of fox-hunting, from the original draw- 

ings, by W. P. Hodges, Esq., and engraved by Mr. Henry Aiken : The set 
is in the original paper cover as published, and consists of eight important 
aquatints in colours, the titles of which are : Going out of kennel, finding 
(in a bog). Coursers tying up their dogs. Crossing the river Avon, The 
chase, Hold hard. The death and treeing, and The return home ; and a 
title-page, The Sportsman's Arms, a coloured lithograph ; full untrimmed 
margins, in perfect condition (Ellis & Smith), ,fi86. 

146 Fly fishing. Bottom fishing. Trolling for pike, and Anglers packing-up, after J. 

Pollard, set of four aquatints, in colours (Ackermann), £32. 

147 Fox breaking cover, by Meadows and Lewis, after P. Reinagle, aquatint, in 

colours, mounted on canvas (Deighton), £2 15s. 

148 The racehorse " Priam," by E. Duncan and J . Webb, after J . Ferneley ; and the 

racehorse " Rowton," by C. Turner, after the same, aquatints, in colours, 
both mounted on canvas (Eastoe), £1 i8s. 

149 Cymon and Iphigenia, by Lord Leighton, photogravure, on satin, signed artist's 

proof ; Biondina, by S. Cousins, after Leighton, proof before letters 
(Quaritch), £1. 

150 First taste of the whip, and A snug retreat, after Samuel Carter, a pair, signed 

artist's proofs (Farthing), 12s. 

151 Cherry ripe, by S. Cousins, after Sir J. E. Millais, artist's proof, signed by the 

painter and engraver (James), £2 los. 

152 The slave, by G. H. Avery, after Millais, artist's proof, signed by the painter 

and engraver (Deighton), 6s. 

153 The mob cap (Miss Penelope Boothby), by S. Cousins, proof before letters ; 

Lady Carlisle, and Portrait of a boy (small plates issued by S. W. Reynolds), 
open-letter proofs, signed by S. Cousins, all after Sir J. Reynolds (Deighton), 
£1 8s, 

154 A piper and pair of nutcrackers, by S. Cousins, after Sir E. Landseer, lettered 

proof (Farthing), iis. 

155 For the safety of the public, and An orphan, a pair, by E. Gilbert Hester, after 

E. Caldwell, remarque proofs, signed by the artist and engraver ; and 
Portrait of a girl, by R. Giannetti, artist's proof (James), r6s. 

156 Regina, etching, by C. Waltner, after H. Heaner, remarque proof, signed by 

the artist and etcher ; Ivy, etching, by Sir H. Herkomer, signed artist's 
proof (James), 12s. 

157 Christ Church College, Oxford, water-colour drawing (Chaundy), £4 4s. 



February i6, 1912. 193 



February 16, 1912. Puttick's. 

ENGRAVINGS, BAXTER PRINTS, etc. 

9 The country butcher, by T. Gosse, and Sailor's conversation, by W. Ward, 

both after G. Morland, mezzotints (Titley), £2 los. 
10 A view of Bath, by Havell, aquatint, in colours (H. Holloway), £1 6s. 
16 A run -with the stag hounds, by Phiz, lithographs, in colours, 12 plates in a vol., 

ob. fol. (Ridington), £1 los. 
18 H.R.H. Prince of Wales, by Cardon, after Gainsborough, in colours (Holloway), 

10s. 
24 Etchings (six), by and after Diirer (Colnaghi), £52. 
zS Peasant children, by Gosse, after Miller, mezzotint (Moore), 17s. 
36 London : Fire engines, by Reeve, after Pollard, aquatint, in colours, and 

aiiother (Moore), £4. 
40 The turnpike gate, by W. Ward, after G. Morland, in colours (Haijas), £3 3s. 

42 Mademoiselle Bacelli, by J. R. Smith, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint 

(Brail), £3 58. 

43 Mademoiselle Parisot, by J. R. Smith, after Devis, mezzotint (W. Sabin), 

£2(> 5S. 
45 Lady Petre with horse, by Bickenham, after Reysschoot (W. Sabin), £3 15s. 
66 Fencing, three scarce plates (A. Davis), £1 5s. 

72 Maternal love, and companion, after H. Singleton, a pair (Brail), £1 15s. 

73 The Rt. Hon. Lord St. Helens, by W. Ward, after Chandler (Parker), 14s. 

77 Sir Brooke Boothby, by J. R. Smith, after J. Reynolds, proof (Grundy), 

14s. 

78 Rt. Hon. Lord John Cavendish, by J. Grozer, after J. Reynolds, proof (Parker), 

18s. 

79 Andrew Stuart, lawyer, by T. Watson, after J. Reynolds, proof (Parker), 

14s. 

81 Wm. Wilberforce, by S. Cousins, proof (Jacobson), jfi. 

82 Duke of Newcastle, Return from shooting, and The return from coursing, by 

F. Bartolozzi, in colours (Haijas), £5 5s. 

83 Silvia, by J. Barney, in colours (G. H. Brown), £4 los. 

84 Prince Arthur's vision, by P. W. Tomkins, in colours (Parker), £4 15s. 

85 The Cumberland Sailing Club, etched by B. T. Pouncy, 1777, after Kitching- 

ham, proof (W. Wilson), £7 7s. 

87 Morning; Noon; Evening; and Night, by Taylor, after Smirke (Reader), 

15s- 

88 The young Waltonians, by Lucas, after Constable, mezzotint proof (Grundy), 

IIS. 

114 The wood pigeons, and companion, by Park, after Huck, mezzotints (Miles), 

£2 I2S. 

116 Morning at work, and Evening at rest, by Dawe, after Pollard, mezzotints, 
a pair (Clarke), £2 los. 

125 Prince Regent, by C. Turner, after Copley, mezzotint, first state (Cardon), 

£i&%. 

126 George IV, by Hodgetts, after Lawrence, mezzotint (Drummond), £1 los. 

128 The bombardment of St. Jean d'.'^cre, by Reeve, after Warre, aquatints, a pair, 
and a lithograph of same (Drummond), £2 2S. 



194 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

130 A view of Sydney from the North Shore, 1842, after Martens, lithograph 

(Cardon), i8s. 
135 Politics, by Pollard, after Wells, aquatint in brown (Cardon), £1. 

139 Lady Georgiana Fane, by C. Turner, after Lawrence, mezzotint (Holloway), 

i8s. 

140 Scenes from the Arabian nights, by Ryder, after Bunbury, a pair, in colours 

(Barnard), £6. 

141 Boy returning from fishing, and Girl going to market, by Gaugain, after Barker, 

in colours, a pair (Cardon), £3 15s. 

142 John Paul Jones as he appeared in naval battle, by Guttenberg, after Notte 

(Cardon), £5 7s. 6d. 

143 Cornwall and Devonshire wrestling, by Reeve, after Boy, aquatint in colours 

(Rimell), £2. 

144 View of Lisbon and the harbour, by Dubourg, after Wagner, aquatint in 

colours (Maggs), £1. 

146 Garrick between Tragedy and Comedy, by Cardon, after Reynolds, in colours 

(Cardon), £2 15s. 

147 Cupid unveling Venus, by Cardon, after Cosway, in colours ( — ), 14s. 

148 Fancy female heads (eight), by C. Knight, after Singleton, in colours (Daniells), 

£5- 

149 The Quorn hunt, after Aiken, aquatints, in colours, set of eight (Lee), £2 los. 
159 Harvest ; Flowers ; Vintage ; and Fire, by Marriage, after Albano, in colours, 

set of four (Blythe), £7 15s. 

161 The mail coach in a drift of snow, by G. Reeves, after James Pollard, aquatint 

in colours (F. Sabin), £5 15s. 6d. 

162 The mail coach in a storm of snow, by and after the same, ditto (Parsoas), 

£3 3S- 

163 Full cry, and The leap, by C. Bentley, after H. Alkeu, aquatints in colours 

(Ackermann), £5 3s. 
168 Children relieving a beggar boy, by Wilkin, after Beechey, in colours (Holloway), 

15s- 
173 Maria, Countess of Waldegrave, by J. McArdell, mezzotint, and others 

(Grundy), £3 ys. 6d. 
179 The favourite rabbit, and companion, by C. Knight, after Russell, in colours 

(Moore), £2. 

184 Cricket : play, the cut, drav/, and forwaird, by and after Watts, lithographs 

(Spencer), £1 2s. 

185 Diirer, A., The nativity (Reader) £3. 

186 Viscountess Duncannon, after Reynolds, mezzotint, and others (Britnell), 

187 Lady Cadogan, by Dean, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Davis), £2 2S. 

Framed. 

194 Lady carrying a lamp, by A. Cardon, after Singleton, in colours (Collingwood), 

£7 7s. 

195 Lady carrying a dove, by and after the same, ditto (CoUingwood), £8 8s. 

196 Children feeding rabbits, and Children feeding pigeons, by Barney, after W. 

Hamilton, ovals, in colours (W. Sabin), £15 4s. 6d. 

197 George, Prince of Wales, after Gainsborough, mezzotint, cut (Holloway), 

15s. 
19S Napoleon Bonaparte, by C. Turner, after Eastlake, mezzotint (Rimell), 
£9 19s. 6d. 



February 16,1912. 195 



199 Feeding pigs, by J. R. Smith, after G. -Morland, mezzotint (Harvey), £2 5s. 

201 Mrs. Billington, by J. Ward, after Reynolds, mezzotint (.Moore), £4 155. 

202 Jack in Bilboes, and The contented waterman, after G. Morland, mezzotints. 

coloured, a pair (Turner), £6 i6s. 6d. 

203 The sailor's farewell, and The soldier's return, by W. Pether, after Ramberg, 

mezzotints, coloured, a pair (G. H. Brown), £3 3s. 

204 Peace, by J. Whessell, after H. Singleton (G. H. Brown), £3 ids. 

205 Rustic conversation, by S. W. Reynolds, after J. Ward, mezzotint (G. H. 

Brown), £3 5s. 

206 Morning and evening of the glorious ist of June, 1794, by T. Medland, after 

R. Cleveley, a pair (Turner), £6 i6s. 6d. 

207 Fox hunting, by Aiken, in colours (Lee), £4 5s. 

20S Fox hunting, by H. Aiken, a set of four aquatints in colours (E. Miller), £2 5s. 

209 Fox hunting, by J. Farland, after F. C. Turner, lithographs in colours, var- 

nished, set of six (J. W. Rose), £2 2S. 

210 Sir Dyke Acland, by S. W. Reynolds, mezzotint, and two others (DanieUs), 

£1 10?. 

211 Capt. James Cook, by Shervvia, after Dance (Holloway), ros. 

21 1 A First view of a woodcock, and First view of a point, by Aiken, aquatints, iu 
colours, a pair (A. Hill), £1 14s. 

214 The milkmaid, by Bartolozzi, proof, oval (Maggs), £1 7s. 6d. 

215 Hon. Edward Boscawen, by J. McArdell, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Rimell), 

£4 15s- 

217 A pair of oval fancy subjects, by J. Richiardi, after A. KaufEman, in colours 

(Titley), £5. 

218 Salisbury Cathedral, by D. Lucas, after Constable, mezzotint (Titley), £1 8s. 

219 Lady Jane HalUday, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Brail), £1 los. 

220 Elizabeth, Marchioness of Stafford, by C. Turner, after T. Phillips, mezzotint 

(Brail), £1 los. 

222 Countess of Essex, in colours (Blythe), £1 los. 

223 The wood boy, by Bartolozzi, after Barker, in colours (G. H. Brown), £1 7s. 6d. 

224 Sir Robert Peel, by Samuel Cousins, mezzotint (Holloway), los. 

225 Mrs. Fitzherbert, after Cosway, and three others (Holloway), £1 145. 

230 Gone away, and three others, after J. Leech, chromo-lithographs (Maggs), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 
237 Two Shakespearian subjects, by \\". Ward, mezzotints, in colours (Belchem), 

£2 17s. 6d. 
251 Dragon en Vedette, by Jules Jacquet, after Meissonier, signed remarque proof, 

on velliun (Bone), £1 7s. 6d. 
256 Morning after the storm, by W. Ward, and Peasant and pigs, by J. R. Smith, 

mezzotints (Titley), £3 10s. 
258 The fisherman; and The gamekeeper, after Pierson, in colours (Lindow), 

£2 17s. 6d. 
260 Dogs, after Armfleld, proofs, a pair (Webster), 14s. 

ARUNDEL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS. 

264 Perugino, P., The crucifixion (first wing and second wing), the set of three in 

one frame (Kinsey), £3 5s. 
266 Cavallini, Madonna and Child, with St. John and St. Francis (Wolff), r4S. 

BAXTER OIL PRINTS. 

268 A mountain stream, and The gardener's shed (Britnell), £1 ids. 

269 The bride (Britnell), iSs. 



196 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

281 Dogs of St. Bernard (Belchem), £2 7s. 6d. 

282 Interior and exterior of Crystal Palace (Belchem), 14s. 

383 The fountain, Crystal Palace, and The Crucifixion (Britnell), 9s. 

284 Coronation ; and first Parliament of Queen Victoria, in sepia (Cardon), £y 7s. 

287 Lake Lucerne (Carr), 16s. 

290 Belle of the village, framed ( — ), 14s. 

291 Rev. J. Williams, and Rev. Moffatt, framed (Spencer), £1. 

292 The parting look, ditto (Titley), £2 6s. 

293 Infantile jealousy, and Lord Nelson, ditto (Lee), £1 ids. 

294 Venice canal, ditto (Belchem), iis. 



February 17, 19, and 20, 1912. 197 



February 17, 19 and 20, 19 12. Christie's. 

Property of the late W. S. Hoare, Esq., Croft Lodge, 
Highgate Road, N.W. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 
DRAWINGS. 

1 Allingham, H., Carting hay— 5 X 7 (Boult), £8 iSs. 6d. 

2 Angell, H. Coleman, Roses in glass vase — 13 X gj (Permain), £3 13s. 6d. 

3 Barret, G., Mountain stream, %vith angler — 12} X 19 (Bowden), £13 2S. 6d. 

4 Beavis, R., Exige of the moor — 14I x 22 (Bowden), £8 Ss. 

5 Collier, T., On the moor, near Gareloch — 8i X i5i (Bowden), £9 19s. 6d. 

6 Collier, T., 1863, Country road, with peasant-woman — 9 X 13^ (Sampson), 

£13 13s. 

7 Constable, J., R.A., Landscape, with cottages and cattle — ji X 7} (Tooth), 

£157 los. 

8 Cook, E. Wake, 1899, San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice — 7i X 12 (Permain), 

£15 15s- 

9 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 184.5, Cow, donkey and sheep, in Highland landscape — 

i3i X I7i (Sampson), £4+ 2S. 

10 Coleman, F. G., 1887, Evening glow : The ford at Glandford, Norfolk — 

23i X 36 (Stanley), £26 5s. 

11 Duncan, E., 1856, Ofi the Mumbles — 13J X 24^ (Bowden), £15 4s. 6d. 

12 Ellis, Edwin, May morning in Devonshire — 25J X 38J (Pearce), £27 6s. 

13 Ellis, Edwin, 1877, Welsh river, with peasant-women — i6i X 26^ (Wallis), 

£11 IIS. 

14 Ellis, Edwin, Dri\'ing sheep across a bridge — 15 X 23 (Stanley), £19 19s. 

15 Fielding, C, Coast scene, with fishing-boats and figures — 8 X iij (Bowden), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

16 Foster, Birket, Gathering primroses — 8i X 13 (Sampson), £173 5s. 

17 Foster, Birket, Streatley-on-Thames — 8 X 12J (Haijee), £131 5s. 

18 Foster, Birket, View in Surrey, with children and sheep — 4} X 6f (Sidney), 

£105. 

19 Foster, Birket, Vegetable-market, Venice — 5 X 7 (Sampson), £75 12s. 

20 Foster, Birket, San Bartolomeo, Rome — 3 J X 5 J (Cox), £47 5s. 

21 Foster, Birket, The brook— 5 x 7 (Mitchell), £62 5s. 

22 Foster, Birket, Chartres — 3! x sJ (Leggatt), £42. 

23 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1868, Battle of Blenheim : Old Kaspar, etc. :— 

" 'Tis some poor fellow's skull, said he, 
\Mio was slain in that great victory." 
11 J x 10 (Sampson), £17 17s. 

24 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1872, Don Quixote and SanchoPanza — 12} X 19 (Spencer), 

£11 IIS. 

25 Haag, Carl, 1871, In the desert — 20J X 14^ (Stanley), £42. 

26 Haag, Carl, Welcome : Scene in the desert — 20 x 14 (Stanley), £21. 

27 Haghe, L., 1870, Interior of the Cathedral at Siena — 25* X 19I (Wilkinson), 

£27 6s. 

28 Hardy, Dudley, 1891, Landing fish — 20J X 28^ (Leger), £8 8s. 

29 Hardy, Dudley, 1901, Fisher-women — 2oi X 14 (Pearce), £6 6s. 

30 Hardy, T. B., 1893, Landing fish on the Dutch coast — 17 X 23^ (Vicars), 

£23 2S. 



igS ART PRICES CURRENT. 

31 Hardy, T. B., 1893, Venice— 8f X 27J (Boult), £23 2s. 

32 Hardy, T. B., 1875, Scheveningen sands — rsf X ipi (Vicars), £23 2S. 

33 Hardy, T. B., 1S93, Ramsgate jetty — 6J x iij (Gooden & Fox), £14 14s. 
3-1- Hemy, C. Napier, R.A., 1S75, Over the bar — 13 x 18 (Gooden & Fox), 

£36 15s. 

35 Holland, J., Interior of St. Stephen's, Vienna — i7i X 36 (Wilkinson), £24 3s. 

36 Holland, J., Rotterdam— 5J X 8J (Leggatt), £13 13s. 

37 Kilburne, G. G., The valentine— loj X 7j (Walter), £7. 

38 Langley, W., The labourer in his home — 13J X gj (Sampson), £10 10s. 

39 Linton, Sir J. D., 1884, Alice Lee in " Woodstock " — 18 x 11 (Wallis), £24 3s. 

40 Lloyd, Tom, 1879, The trysting-place — iij X 15! (BucUand), £7 7s. 

41 Lundgren, E., Girl, holding a wreath of flowers — 18 X 13 (Allen), £11 os. 6d. 

42 Marks, H. S., R.A., The pink of perfection — 10 X 6J (Permain), £7 7s. 

43 Norie, O., Grenadier guards skirmishing — ijj X 26J (C. Davis), £11 us. 

44 Palmer, Sutton, 1881, Above Richmond, looking towards Easeby, Yorkshire — ■ 

13 X 20 (Boult), £37 i6s. 

45 Parker, J., 1880, Rye— 13 X gi (Bowden), £8 8s. 

46 Poole, P. F., R.A., 1842, At the well— i7i X 13 (Alfred), £23 2S. 

47 Richardson, T. M., 1876, Island of Capri — 7 X raf (Bowden), £34 13s. 

48 Richardson T. M., Rest on the moors — 7|- X iij (Boult), £27 6s. 

49 Rowbotham, T. L., 1862, Coast scene, with a stranded boat and fisherfolk — 

i5i X 39i (King), £29 8s. 

50 Soper, T. J., Windsor Castle, from Snow Hill, Windsor Park — 26 J X 40J 

(Coke), £27 6s. 

51 Soper, T. J., The Thames at Goring — 20 X 29 (Stanley), £22 is. 

52 Stanfield, C, R.A., Rough day at Spithead— 8J X 12 (Bowden), £50 8s. 

53 Stanfield, C, R.A., A cathedral— 7 X loj (Mitchell), £18 i8s. 

54 Stewart, J., 1888, Gerrards Cross — 25 X 39 (J. Smith), £14 14s. 

55 Tayler, F., 1865, Preparing for the chase — io| X 14J (Leggatt), £9 9s. 

56 Tayler, F., 1866, Newhaven fisher-girl — 18 X 13J (Maitland), £21. 

57 Taylor, Edwin, 1874, A Herefordshire lane — 2oi X 32i- (Walter), £8 8s. 

58 Thomson, Leslie, Brockenhurst, Hants : Boys bathing— 9J ;■; i7i (Permain), 

£9 9S. 

59 Thorne-Waite, R., 1876, Hop-pickers — 19 X 34 (Bowden), £45 3s. 

60 Thome-Waite, R., 1880, On the Sussex Downs — 14^ X 26J (Sampson), 

£67 4S. 

61 Thorne-Waite, R., Harvesters returning home — 5J X gi (Stanley), £18 i8s. 

62 Topham, F. W., 1855, Minding baby — 16§ X 2oi (Permain), £25 4s. 
6^ Topham, F. W., 1875, By the sea-shore — 13! X 19J (Stanley), £26 5s. 

64 Willis, H. B., 1867, Cattle in a stream : Evening — 10 X 19 (Sampson), £28 7s. 

65 Wimperis, E. M., 1886, Meadow with sheep, near a stream — ii| X 19} 

(Sampson), £12 12s. 

66 Wimperis, E. M., 1880, Highland river scene, with cattle — gf X 14I (Bowden), 

£23 2S. 

PICTURES. 

67 Archer, J., R.S.A., " Rose Bradwardine " — 355 X 23i (Bower), £8 8s. 

68 Bartlett, W. H., 1888, Returning from the fair — 33^ X 55 (Permain), £52 los. 

69 Bartlett, W. H., 1892, Awaiting the night's catch— 15^ x 27 J (Shirreff), 

70 Bartlett, W. H., 1877, River scene, with children in a punt — 12 X 19J (Oliver), 

71 Baxter, C, The gipsy mother — 43 x 33 (Cassell), £21. 



February 17, 19, and 20, 1912. 199 

72 Baxter, C, The sisters — 33 X 28 (Permain), £63. 

73 Baxter, C, Kathleen, oval — 28 X 23 (Huggins), £52 los. 

74 Baxter, C, The Rose of England — 28 X 22^- (Permain), £23 2S. 

75 Baxter, C, Blonde ; and Brunette, a pair — 23* X igj (Buckland), £27 65. 

76 Baxter, C, A Bacchante — 24 X igi (Wilkinson), £31 los. 

77 Baxter, C, 1865, Girl, with dish of fruit — 24 X 19J (Stanley), £36 15s. 

78 Baxter, C, The brunette — 23* X 19J (Stanley), £42. 

79 Beavis, R., Crossing the Grenil, Granada : Sierra Xevada in the distance — 

igi- X 29i (Walter), £21. 

80 Beavis, R., 1876, In the forest of Fontainebleau : Resting — 15^ x 23J 

(Stanley), £10 los. 
Si Burgess, J. B., R.A., A Spanish beauty — 26* x 22 (Mitchell), £22 is. 

82 Calderon, P. H., R.A., 1870, The clematis bower — 35!^ >: 23* (Sampson), 

£26 5S. 

83 Clausen, G., R.A., In the fields : Pas de Calais — 23J x 19* (Sampson), £48 6s. 

84 Clausen, G., R.A., 1876, Return of the fishers, Zuyder Zee — 16 x 24J (Permain), 

£65 2S. 

85 Coleman, W. S., 18S1, On the terrace— 16 x 22* (Stanley), £27 6s. 

86 Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1850, Venice : View on the coast of the Giudecca, sunset 

— 9 X 17 (Vicars), £9 9s. 

87 Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1S46, Salerno in the hot weather— Si x 17 (Walter), 

£11 IIS. 

88 Crofts, E., R.A., 18S0, The knight's farewell, R.A., 1889-42* X 32^ (Mitchell), 

£383 5S. 

89 Crofts, E., R.A. 1876 On guard — 12J X 7j (Schwelm), £44 2S. 

90 Dicksee, T. F., 1852, Kate : Taming of the Shrew — 35* X 31* (Vicars), 

£14 14s. 

91 Dicksee, T. F., Celia — 18J X 13 (Cox), £12 is. 6d. 

92 Ellis, Edwin, Sand dunes, with shepherd-boy and sheep — 27 X 41 J (J. Smith), 

£19 19s. 

93 Ellis, Edwin, Mending the lobster-net — 23J X 45} (Wallis), £21. 

94 Ellis, Edwin, After the gale — 22 X 44 (Sidney), £75 12s. 

95 Ellis, Edwin, Moorland stream, with angler — 17 ;•; 32 (Wallis), £11 iis. 

96 Ellis, Edwin, Early morning, Flamborough Head — iii y. 32J (Wallis), 

£14 14s. 

97 Ellis, Edwin, Squall off the Old Pier, Hartlepool— 17J X 32^ (Stanley), 

£33 I2S. 

98 Ellis, Edwin, Bay scene, with stranded boats and fisher-women — 17J x 32 

(Vicars), £27 6s. 

99 Ellis, Edwin, Selwick Bay, Flamborough Head — 17* x 32J (Knight), £33 12s. 
100 Ellis, Edwin, Fisherman, hauling his boat ashore — 17J x 32J (Pierce), £22 is. 
loi Farquharson, D., A.R.A., 1886, Harvest-time — iij x 19J (Sampson), £22 is. 

102 Fielding, C, Sea piece, with shipping in a squall — loj X 15 (Shaw), £33 12s. 

103 Frith, W. P., R.A., Le Salon d'Or, Homburg — 16J X 35 (Sampson), £44 2s, 

104 Godward, J. W., 1S88, The engagement-ring — 15 J x 17J (Sampson), £100 16s. 

105 Goodall, F., R.A., 1864, Pilgrims from Mecca, passing through the bazaar of 

Suez — 14! X 21J (Leggatt), £35 14s. 

106 Hicks, G. E., 1878, A lady reclining — 23 X 19 (Pearce), £35 14s. 

107 Hillingford, R., 1881, Romeo and JuUet : Act I, scene 5 — 17J x 23J (Mitchell), 

£11 IIS. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



loS Hillingford, R., A summons from the invisible judges : — 

" And by this token, wherever ye be or whither ye wend, ye shall leave 
all to perform our behests." 

Formula of Oath of the Invisible Judges (^'ehm-Gericht). 
R.A., 1879 — 14 X 2iJ- (Pearce), £15 15s. 
109 Hilhngford, R. Edwy and Elgiva — iij X 13J (Walter) £6 6s. 
no Hobley, Edward G., Going to the fields — 41J X 35J (Leggatt), £7 75. 

111 Holland, J., Custom-house, Venice — 17J X 23J (Permain), £19 19s. 

112 Holland, J., Tower of Philip le Bel, Paris, panel — 9 X 6J (Permain), £22 is. 

113 Holland, J., Porto de Moz, Portugal, panel, oval— 84 X 6} (Permain), £30 gs. 
1x4 Horsley, J. C, R.A., 1856, A jealous eye, oval, R.A., 1856 — 28J X 23J 

(Mitchell), £36 15s. 
115 Kidd, W., R.S.A., The %dllage concert, panel — 23 X 34 (Cassell), £11 iis. 
ri6 Knell, \V. A., OfE Leith, with a Dutch pinck— 30* X 51} (Schwelm), £27 6s. 
117 Leslie, C. R., R.A., Twelfth night, panel— 15 X iif (Walter), £9 gs. 
rr8 Linnell, J., sen.. Old windmill, with angler and other figures, panel — 13J x 18 

(Stanley), £52 los. 

119 Long, E., R.A., 1888, Ready for the bath — 53 X 37 (Sampson), £9 gs. 

120 Long, E., R.A., 1875, Life in the desert — 12 J X 18 (Miss Hope), £7 7s. 

121 Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., The obstinate juryman — 13J X ii^ (Stanley), £13 13s. 

122 Niemann, E. J., On the Avon — 13^ X 17J (Boult), £18 i8s. 

123 Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., 1883, Stranded fishing-boats— iSJ X 28J (Permain), 

£12 I2S. 

124 Poole, P. F., R.A., 1874, Meeting of Oberon and Titania, Midsummer Night's 

Dream, Act H, scene 2, R.A., 1876—37 x 58 (Mitchell), £18 i8s. 

125 Poole, P. F., R.A., 1870, Watercress-Gatherers — 24! X 20 (Permain), £25 4s. 

126 Soper, T. J., Dartmoor and the River Dart — 23J X 35^ (Buckland), £6 6s. 

127 Soper, T. J., 1881, Watermill at Godahning — 19J x 2gJ (Pearce), £12 123. 

128 Hughes-Stanton, H., igoo, Harrow-on-the-Hill — 17J X 23J (Sampson), £21. 
rag Stone, Marcus, R.A., An offer of marriage, R.A., 1883 — sg X 26 (Sampson), 

£220 lOS. 

130 Syer, J., 1842, Carting timber — 14^ x 21J (Stanley), £26 5s. 

131 Syer, J., Country road, with a timber-waggon — 12 X 15J (Miss Hope), £8 8s. 

132 Thomson, Leslie, Ploughing: Coldhanger, Essex — gi X I7i- (Sampson), 

£2 2S. 

133 Topham, F. W. W., 1875, Fair day at Perugia — i3i X 20J (Sampson), £ig igs. 

134 Vickers, A., View in North Wales, with farm-house, figures, and cattle at a 

stream — 20 X 29J (Leggatt), £17 17s. 

135 Vickers, A., Evening : Burry River, South Wales — gj X 13^ (Leggatt), 

£11 OS. 6d. 

136 Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., A swim with the Curragh, Connemara — 18 X 35 

(Shaw), £31 los. 
X37 Watts, F. W., River scene, with farm-house and cattle — 22J X 2g (Pearce),- 

£10 lOS. 
138 Watts, F. W., Near Lynmouth, North Devon — igj- X 28| (Stanley), £13 13s. 
I3g Webb, S., 1877, Portmadoc, North Wales — 17J x 26 (Mitchell), £27 6s. 

140 Webb, J., 1878, On the coast, near Netley — 15J X 23 (Mitchell), £10 los. 

141 Webb, J., Mountain torrent near Snowdon — 13 X 23J (Stanley), £g gs. 

142 Webster, T., K.X., The intercepted letter, panel — 23J X igi (Sampson)i 

£63. 

143 Willis, H. B., i860, Portmadoc : Cattle on the shore — i2i X 35 (Mitchell;, 

£15 15s. 



February 17, 19, and 20, 191 2. 201 

T44 Willis, H. B., Country lane, with peasant driving animals — 17J x 23^ 
(Mitchell), £ii os. 6d. 

145 Wimperis, E. M., On the Sussex downs : Isle of Wight in the distance — 23 X 35 

(Sampson), £157 los. 

146 Wirgman, T. Blake, An English girl— i7i x 13^ (Sherifi), £8 8s. 



CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 
DRAWINGS. 



147 Achenbach, O., Mountain road, with muleteer and peasant-girls — 13^ x iij 

(Vicars), ^21. 

148 Caffieri, H., Poole harbour — 25^ X 41J (Leggatt), £16 5s. 6d. 

149 Caffieri, H., Summer-time — iij X 9 (Barclay), £2 los. 

150 Capranesi, G., 18S2, A siesta — 17I X 23J (Walter), £13 2S. 6d. 

151 Jiminez, L., A cavalier, reading ; and Street in a foreign town (Vicars), £$ 5s. 

152 Marchetti, L., 1877, Chez I'Armurier — lai X 18J (Sampson), £22 is. 

153 Nahl, C, A paroquet — 5J X 3I (Walter), £g 19s. 6d. 

154 Neuhuys, A., Rustic courtship — 14^- X 16J (Sampson), £120 15s. 

155 Perea, A., 1873, Waiting for hire, Toledo — 10 X i4i (Graves), £6 its. 6d. 

156 Roussoff, A. N., 1884, Venice : and Learning to swim (Wallis), £11 os. 6d. 

157 Troyon, C, River scene, with figures and animals — gf x 7i (Leggatt), £17 17s. 

158 Troyon, C, Road scene, with peasant — 5J x 8i (Pearce), £9 9s. 

159 Weiland, J., 1900, Preparing the meal — 26i X 20 (Sampson), £48 6s. 

PICTURES. 

160 Abels, J. T., Village on a river, with windmill and figures : Moonrise, panel — 

iii X I5i (Leggatt), £2 2s. 

161 Bauernfeind, G., Street in Jaft'a, on panel — 20 X 29 (Cecil), £34 13s. 

162 Bisson, Edouard, i8go, La Cigale — 38} X 2y\ (Sampson), £65 2s. 

163 Bourges L., Winter, panel — &h X 12J (Sampson), £8 8s. 

164 Brillouin, G., 1S85, Les Premiers Eperons, panel — 10 X 8J (Mitchell), £22 is. 

165 Browne, Henriette, A Coptic bookseller — 23J X 19 (Leggatt), £22 is. 

166 Calisd, E., Two constellations — 40 X 30J (Newman), £5 5s. 

167 Chelminski, Jan. V., The patrol, panel — 9I x 13^ (Tooth), £18 i8s. 

168 Coypel, Diana and Endymion ; and Louis XIV and Madame La Vallidre, panel 

(Leger), £6 6s. 

169 Delbeke, Louis, 1S70, The chef — 18J x 33 (Pearce), £4 4s. 

170 Frere, Ed., 1858, Waiting for visitors, panel — loj x 8^ (Wilkinson), £5 5s. 

171 Frere, Ed., 1878, Getting up, panel — loj X 8 (Sampson), £46 4s. 

172 Gaisser, M., A funny story ; and The braggart, by R. Hillingford, panel 

(Hope), £16 i6s. 

173 Gericault, J., The battle ; and The cowshed, by C. Hancock (Leger), £8 8s. 

174 Haanen, C. van, Venetian flower-seller — 28^ x 21J (Wallis), £50 8s. 

175 Haas, J. H. L. de. Oxen at pasture, panel — 27 X 39 (Vicars), £71 8s. 

176 Harlamoff, A., So tired ! — 19 X 2s\ (Sampson), £37 i6s. 

177 Harlamoff, A., Head of a girl, with auburn hair — 23J x 19J (Permain), 

£50 8s. 

178 Hulster, J. van, i88r, Mending the net — 23 X iji (Tooth), £10 los. 

179 Kiesel, Conrad, Fireside memories— 24 X 17 (Walter), £73 los. 

180 Kiesel, Conrad, Flora, panel — 17J x i2i (Sampson), £16 i6s. 

181 Koekkoek, W., View in a Dutch town, with figures, panel — 10 X 13 (Vestey), 

£13 13s. 

»3 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



x82 Lambinet, E., 1873, On the Loire — 13J X 21^ (Vicars), £73 los. 

183 Lazerges, H., Oriental courtship, panel — 23 X 16J (Wallis), £12 12s. 

184 Levy, Emile, The first-born, panel ; Fair connoisseurs, by Perugini ; and The 

trysting-place (Permain), £g gs. 

185 Manzoni, P., Forest scene, with gipsy encampment — 59^ x 29J (Plaistowe), 

£4 4S- 

186 Meyer, Beatrice, Scene in the life of Mozart — 17^ X 23! (Leggatt), £7 17s. 6d. 

187 Nuijen, W. J. J., Dutch mill, with figures, panel — 16 x 13 (Hiel), £9 9s. 

188 Pavy, Ph., An orange-seller, Cairo, panel — 19 X 28 (Coke), £44 2S. 

189 Plassan, E., Morning, panel; and The novel, by F. D. Hardy (Lefevre), 

£22 IS. 

190 Portielje, E., The fisherman's courtship, a pair, panel — 17 x 14I (Bucldand), 

£11 IIS. 

191 Russ, F., jun., La coquette — 28J x 52^ (Pearce), £18 i8s. 

192 Schafer, H. T., The Puritan's daughter — 27i X 17 (Shaw), £16 i6s. 

193 Tillier, Paul, A coquette — 25 X 31J (Wilkinson), £13 13s. 

194 Veronese, P. (after), Holy Family, with saints, by Emilia Schmack — 43J x 24 

(Wilkinson), £4 4s. 

195 Weiland, J., Preparing the meal — 21 x 15J (Lefevre), £36 15s. 

196 Westerbeck, C, '1897, A shepherd and his flock — 23 X 39 (Mitchell), £24 3s. 

197 Westerbeck, C, 1886, Dutch farm : Evening — 2oi X 34 (Permain), £15 15s. 

198 Wilda, Ch., 1888, Chess-players, Cairo, panel — 17 X 21 (Wallis), £57 15s. 

199 Jonghe, de. The music-lesson, panel — 21 ;< 17 (F. Howard), £6 6s. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 
PICTURES. 

200 Anderson, Mrs. S., A southern princess — 20J x 16J (Hope), £6 6s. 

201 Anderson, Mrs. S., Jessamine — 13$ X iij (Walter), £10 los. 

202 Bartlett, W. H., 1897, Dittisham ferry, near Dartmouth — g\ x i7.i (Wilkinson), 

£6 63. 

203 Bartlett, W. H., 1881, Venice after a storm — iij X 8 (Stanley), £13 13s. 

204 Bartlett, W. H., 1895, Washing-day — 8J x 14J (Cecil), £^ 4s. 

205 Bartlett, W. H., 1892, In the orchard ; and Waiting for the ferry, a pair — 

i3i X 7i (Cecil), £17 17s. 
2o5 Bates, David, The last stroke — J2j X 17 (Buckland), £5 15s. 6d. 

207 Baxter, C, " Love me, love my dog," oval — 23 J X 19 J (Permain), ^^48 6s. 

208 Baxter, C, Beaming eyes, oval — 21J X 18 (Wilkinson), £9 9s. 

209 Baxter, C, " Rich and rare were the gems she wore " — 23 X 17 (Mitchell), 

£% i8s. 6d. 

210 Baxter, C, Head of a peasant-girl, oval — -20^ X 17J (Cecil), £21. 

211 Baxter, C, 1859, The rose — 20 X 15 (Walter), £16 i6s. 

212 Baxter, C, The sisters, oval — 19 X 16^ (Halford), £19 19s. 

213 Baxter, C, Flowers in a glass ; and Flowers in a jug, a pair, oval — 17 X 15 

(Wilkinson), £4 4s. 

214 Baxter, C, Heads of girls, with pink scarfs, a pair, oval — 13J X 11 (Kuhn), 

£5 5S. 

215 Burgess, J. B., R.A., 1882, St. Valentine's day, panel — loj X 8J (Walter), 

£7 7s. 

216 Burr, A. H., Blind-man's buff— 8J X i2i (Vicars), £% 18s. 6d. 

217 Cattermole, G., 1849, The admonition — 13 X 18 (Wilkinson), £2 12s. 6d. 

218 Collins, Charles, 1891, Feeding the swans — 17J X 13^ (Wilkinson), £5 5s. 

219 Cotman, F. G., 1876, The village church — I3i X gf (Leger), £3 13s. 6d, 



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220 Creswick, T., R.A., The park ; and Dunluce Castle, panel (Vestey), £29 8s. 

221 Dawson, Alfred, 1882, Ely Cathedral— 15^ x 23^ (Walter), £8 i8s. 6d. 

222 Dawson, H., Melbourne, near Cambridge — 23 X 32 (Cassell), £9 19s. 6d. 

223 Deane, W. W., View in Venice, with gondola and bridge — 23 J X 17J (Leggatt), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

224 Eddis, E. U., Winter, panel, circular — 19J ins. diam. (Hope), £4 14s. 6d. 

225 Ellis, Edwin, In the backwater: Evening — 23 X 45 J (Vicars), £16 i6s. 

226 Ellis, Edwin, Coast scene, with fisherman and two boats — 15J x 29^ (Wallis), 

£13 13s. 

227 Ellis, Edwin, A shady spot — isj x 29J (Wallis), £21. 

228 Ellis, Edwin, A Cornish cove, near St. Ives — 15^ x 29J (Gooden & Fox), 

;f33 I2S. 

229 EUis, Edwin, St. Ives Pier — 15^ x 29} (Stanley), £31 los. 

230 Ellis, Edwin, Cornish fishing-village — 15J X 29J- (Gooden & Fox), £36 15s. 

231 Ellis, Edmn, The little shrimper — 15J X 29^ (Wallis), £13 13s. 

232 EUis, Edwin, 1875, Yarmouth Reach — igj X 29J (Neale &. Son), £11 iis. 

233 Etty, W., R.A., The toilet— 16J X 12 (Gooden & Fox), £9 9s. 

234 Gale, W., Nymphs, a pair, circular ; and Bathers, a pair, panel (Walter), 

£16 i6s. 

235 Gill, E., 1871, The meeting of the rivers — 17J X 23^ (Vicars), £11 iis. 

236 Gill, E., 1879, Rapids — 8i X 13* (Permain), £6 6s. 

237 Goodall, E., Vegetable-market, Normandy, panel — 10 J X 12I (Vicars), £773. 

238 Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., Sky effect— gi X 15^ (Plaistowe), £1 iis. 6d. 

239 Hardy, F. ., 1876, Cribbage-players, panel — iij X isj (Amor), £32 iis. 

240 Hayllar, J., Heads of fishennen ; and Head of a child, set of three — 10 X 8 

(Stanley), £9. 

241 Hayllar, J., Head of a Sussex carter ; and Head of a fisherman, a pair — 

9i X ?i (Wilkinson), £6 6s. 

242 Helmick, H., 1876, The poor customer, panel — 13^ X 17J (Permain), £11 iis. 

243 Herring, J. F., Horse : and Pigs, a pair — 5 J x 7j (Lister), £9 19s. 6d. 

244 Herring, J. F., Horses, dogs, sportsmen, etc., sixteen, in two frames (de 

Pallandt), £22 is. 

245 Hickin, G., 1859, Pigeons; and Dead birds, a pair — iij X 9i (Mitchell), 

£3 3S. 

246 Hill, J. J., At the spring — 23! X 19^ (Lister), £7 7s. 

247 Hillingford, R., Ready for the hunt, panel — 15 X iij (Barclay), £3 13s. 6d. 

248 Hillingford, R., A mandoline-pla^'er — iij X Si (Stanley), £9 9s. 

249 King, Haynes, 1881, The love-letter — 13J X ii| (Mitchell), £11 os. 6d. 

250 Ladell, L., Fruit and birds' nest — 7i X iij (Walter), £13 13s. 

251 Ladell, Ellen, Fruit and still life — i7i X 13J (Sampson), £12 is. 6d. 

252 Lance, G., 1854, Grapes, melon, and other fruit, on a table, on paper — 13^ X 17 

(Wilkinson), £3 13s. 6d. 

253 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., Deerhound and dead hind— gj X 13J (Pallandt), 

£21. 

254 Lewis, C. J., Boating— 7j >; 13J (Leggatt), £1 los. 

255 Liimell, J., sen., The young brood — 15J X igi (Barclay), £10 los. 

256 Lloyd, Tom, Carting hay — 19J X 29^ (Barclay), £8 8s. 

257 Lott, F. Tully, St. Maclou, Rouen— 23 X 15J (Vestey), £9 gs. 

258 Lott, F. Tully, Canterbury Cathedral — 13^ X 19 (H. Pearce), £7 7s 

259 Lowcock, C. F., Dolce-far-uiente, panel — gj X 15^- (Cecil), £10 los. 

260 Montague, A., Dordrecht ; and Rotterdam, a pair — 4} x 6i (Vestey), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

261 Moutalba, Hilda, Sketch near Venice— 13} X iSJ (Wallis), £1 iis. 6d. 



204 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

26e Nicol, J. Watson, 1881, The scholar, panel — 9 J X 7j (Stanley), £t2 12s. 

263 Oliver, W., 1881, The squire's daughter — 23 X 17J (Newman), £8 8s. 

264 Parton, Ernest, Church Pool, Bettws-y-Coed— 26i X 16 (Gooden & Fox), 

;fi5 15s. 

265 Pasmore, D., 1879, Off guard ; and The discovered letter, a pair — 7i X 5i 

(Cassell), £7 7s. 

266 Pott, L. J., Courtship of Miles Standish, panel — loj X 8 (Cassell), £15 15s. 

267 Rivers, Leopold, Rocks on the Lledr ; and The Lledr, near Bettws-y-Coed, 

a pair— 6i x gj (Kuhn), £3 3s. 

268 Stone, R., Hunting subjects, a pair, panel — si X iii (Pearce), £6 6s. 

269 Webb, J., North Wales— uj X 14 (Vicars), £8 8s. 

270 Webb, J., Dort, panel — gf X 9 (Vicars), £4 4s. 

271 Wetherbee, G. F., 1884, The harvest is past, the summer is ended — 14J X 29 

(Carroll), £16 i6s. 

272 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., The new coat — 13^ X iij (Spencer), £7 7s. 

273 Willcock, G. B., Stutton shore, near Ipswich — iij X 17J (Leger), £3 3s. 

274 Wilson, J., Rough weather — 13J X 17J (Collings), £2 2S. 

275 Wilson, J. J., At Brabourne, East Kent ; and Farm buildings, near Ashford, 

a pair, panel — 8 J X 14 (Sampson), £8 8s. 

276 Wood, Catherine M., Peonies in a ]ng—igi X isf (Walter), £s 13s. 6d. 



ENGLISH SCHOOL. 
DRAWINGS. 

277 Absolon, J., The maypole — 19 X 15 (Barclay), £3 5s. 

278 Aldridge, F. J., Evening on the Thames — 14 X 2ii (Vestey), £16 i6s. 

279 Allan, R. W., 1878, Barges on the Seine — loj X i7i (Permain), £5 5s. 

280 Bale, Edwin, The skylark ; and Boats on the sea shore, by A. Penley (Buck- 

land), £8 8s. 

281 Becker, C. J., Elephants at the Zoo ; and A lion (Hodgson), £3 13s. 6d. 

282 Carrick, R., 1884, On the rocks— 15J X igj (Cecil), £16 i6s. 

283 Cattermole, G., 1853, Christ healing the sick — 13 X iSJ (Vicars), £4 4s. 

284 Coleman, W. S., At Chiddingstone, Kent ; and A Kentish homestead, a pair — 

7i X loj (Graves), £7 7s. 

285 Collier, T., Beeston Castle ; and A Welsh stream (Vicars), £17 17s. 

286 Cox, D., Windsor Forest — loj X 14^ (Vicars), £15 15s. 

287 Cox, D., On the Thames — 6^ X 10 (Bowden), £27 6s. 

288 Cox, D., Scene in Wales — 7 X 10 (Permain), £29 8s. 

289 Davidson, C, Farmyard in Surrey — iij X i8i (Vicars), £14 14s. 

290 Davidson, C, Near Dolgelly, North Wales ; and Moorland, with cattle, by 

Edwin Ellis (J. Smith), £9 19s. 6d. 

291 Duncan, E., Shipwrecked ; and The prisoner, by G. Cattermole (Pearce), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

292 Earl, T., Head of a setter, oval — 18 X 14J (Walter), £r2 12s. 

293 Fisher, A. E., 1874, La Bonne de Monsieur le Cure — 2if X i6f (Young), 

£3 3S. 

294 Frost, W. E., R.A., The bather surprised ; View in a foreign town, by S. Read 

and Sepoy soldiers, by E. Lundgren (Pearce), £8 i8s. 6d. 

295 Fyfe, W., 1869, The flower-girl ; and A lady reading, by A. Grace (J. Smith), 

£14 3S. 6d. 

296 Goodall, E. A., Bay of Naples ; and A garden walk, by G. Dodgson (Pearce), 

£6 6s. 

297 Grace, J. B., Near Witley, Surrey ; and near Milford, Surrey (Graves), £10 ids. 



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298 Green, C, The recruit— 6i X 9 (Mitchell), £5 15s. 6d. 

299 Gregory, C, 1895, In Winchester — iSJ X 27i (Pearce), £17 17s. 

300 Gregory, C, On Royal Conimon, near Windsor ; and In Surrey (Mitchell), 

£17 6s. 6d. 

301 Hardy, J., jun., Dead turkey; and Christmas roses, by Grace H. Hastie, 

1884 (Gooden & Fox), £6 i6s. 6d. 

302 Hardy, T. B., 1872, Disabled — iij X i9i (Buckland), £8 8s. 

303 Hardy, T. B., 1873, Criccieth, North Wales — 8i X 27* (Stuart), £16 i6s. 

304 Hardy, T. B., 1878, At the mouth of the harbour, Boulogne — 12I X soj 

(Houidsworth), £10 ids. 

305 Hardy, T. B., 1884, Via Garibaldi, Venice — gj X 13J (Miss Hope), £15 4s. 6d. 

306 Hardy, T. B., 1889, Shipping in a breeze — 6 X 8 (Haijee), £21. 

307 Hardy, T. B., 1893, Fishing-boat leaving port— 4J x 6i (Buckland), £6 i6s. 6d. 

308 Hardy, T. B., 1872-5. Dutch fishing-boats ; and Newhaven (Pearce), £8 i8s. 6d. 

309 Hastings, Kate, Ellen Terry as " Lady Macbeth," red chalk — 20J X i6i 

(Permain), £1 iis. 6d. 

310 Herbert, A., Going to the rescue: Ofi the Goodwin Sands — 17J x 27i 

(J.Smith), £12 IS. 6d. 

311 Herbert, A., Landing fish : Stormy weather — i2i X 31 (Vicars), £24 3s. 

312 HUls, R., and Nesfield, W., Deer in a park — 14 x igf (Bowden), £7 7s. 

313 Kilbume, G. G., Afternoon tea ; and The tea-party (Hall), £4 14s. 6d. 

314 Kilbume, G. G., The children's dance, a pair ; and In the ball-room (Germain), 

£3 3S- 

315 Knell, W. C, 1865, Shipping ofi a port ; and On the coast, by E. H. Marten 

(Vicars), £7 7s. 

316 Leitch, W. L., 1858, Ben Lawers and Ben More, Perthshire — 9 x 13 (Permain), 

£14 14s. 

317 Leitch, W. L., 1872, Smyrna — 6J X gj (Germain), £11 iis. 

318 Leitch, W. L., Classical town on the coast ; and Mountainous landscape, with 

figures (Spencer), £5 15s. 6d. 

319 Leitch, W. L., 1877, Kilgarran Castle ; and Mountainous river scene (Bowden), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

320 Lloyd, Tom, Path through the cornfield — 7} X i4i (Buckland), £5 5s. 

321 Mamy, P., The houses of Parliament — 15 x 23-J (Graves), £16 i6s. 

^22 Matthews, E., 1885, Kilchum Castle, Loch Awe — 17} y 26J ( — ), £9 gs. 

323 Matthews, E., 1S82-3, The downs above Bonchurch, Isle of Wight ; and Ben 

Nevis (Stanley), £15 15s. 

324 Matthews, E., 1883-3, The Pass of Glencoe ; and Richmond (Graves), £26 5s. 

325 Matthews, E., 1883, Glen Nevis ; and Pastoral at Arundel (Graves), £37 i6s. 

326 Mole. J. H., Coast scene ; Ready for the Hunt, by F. Tayler : and The Mon- 

astery kitchen, by W. L. Leitch, sepia (Vicars), £2 2S. 

327 Oakley, O., 1865, Peasant-girl ; Head of a girl, by F. Smallfield ; and A monk 

singing, by E. Ballarini (Walhs), £2 12s. 6d. 

328 Owen, S., Stranded boats — jf x 8i (Leggatt), £9 igs. 6d. 
32g Prout, S., Old cottage — 8f x i2i (Pearce), £4 14s. 6d. 

330 Roberts, D., R.A., i83g. The Rock of Moses, Mount Horeb ; and Three land- 

scape studies, by J. Hardy, jun., in one frame (Carroll), £1 us. 6d. 

331 Robertson, C, .Mill Creek, Dartmouth — gj X 13J (Leggatt), £33 12s. 

332 Rowlandson, T., Tadcaster, Yorkshire — 5J X 13J (Huggins), £9 gs. 

333 Rowlandson, T., 1820, A press-gang — 6| X loj (Walter), £n iis. 

334 Skill, F. J., The soldier's return; and Twelfth night, a pair— 8i X -J (J. 

Smith), £3 5S. 

335 Tayler, E., The amber necklace ; and Head of a girl (Newman), £4 4s. 

13* 



2o6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

336 Varley, J., 181 1, River scene, with cottages and rowing-boat — 8i X 19I 

(Bowden), £3 3s. 

337 Varley, J ., Bolton Abbey— 6i X 8f (Haijee), £6 6s. 

338 Varley, J., Shipboume — 6J X 9J (Falser), £9 19s. 6d. 

339 Weatherill, G., Robin Hood's Bay; Whitby; and Venice, by F. J. Aldridge 

(Graves), £18 iSs. 

340 Wiltde, Sir D., R.A., 1806, Portrait of John Jackson, R.A., pencil — 12 X 9J 

(Shepherd), £7 17s- 6d. 

341 Wilkinson, E. C, A cottage; and A village, by F. H. Jackson, 1872 (Cecil), 

£14 3s. 6d. 
.342 de Wint, P., Rocky stream, with waterfall — iij X gf (J. Smith), £6 6s. 

PICTURES. 

343 Armfleld, G., Spaniels ; and Impudence, by Tom Earl, circular (Pallandt), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

344 Ballantyne, Edith, 1880, A little cavalier ; and The trysting-place (Ne\vman), 

£3 3s. 
.345 Bartlett, W. H., 1^96, After an April shower, near Slough : and The old story, 

by E. C. Wilkinson (Buckland), £5 15s. 6d. 
.346 Baxter, C., Allegro — 14^ X 12 (Pearce), £12 12s. 

347 Baxter, C, Hastings beach ; and Evening in a mountain valley, by W. Thorpe 

(Permain), £4 4s. 

348 Baxter, C, Peasant-girl ; and Day-dreams (Hope), £11 iis. 

349 Baxter, C, Westerham, Kent ; Eynsford, Kent ; and Street scene, by W. 

Callow, panel (Vestey), £g gs. 
.350 Bennett, A., On the Medway, near Rochester; and Dunster, from Blue 
Anchor (Cassell), £5 5s. 

351 Beimett, A., 1887, Norfolk bridge, Shoreham ; and Stepping-stones, Bettws- 

y-Coed, by C. Baxter (Blackford), £4 14s. 6d. 

352 Bennett, A., 1883, Mountain moorland, near Festiniog ; and Towing in " The 

Jane," Brixham, by H. Colls, 1883 (Vestey), £5 15s. 6d. 
■353 Boddington, H. J., Lane leading to Iver, near Uxbridge, panel; and River 
scene, with cattle, by T. J. Soper (Eccles), £14 14s. 

354 Briggs, K. P., R.A., Scene from " Romeo and Juhet " ; and Begone dull 

CEire, by J. W. Haynes, panel (Leggatt), £8 8s. 

355 Bistow, E., The last stage, panel — 17 X 22 (Permain), £8 i8s. 6d. 

356 Calderon, P. H., R.A., Ready for the party ; and The Sanctuary', by J. Bos- 

tock, oval, panel (Walter), £6 6s. 

357 Chambers, G., Off Ramsgate ; and Off the Yarmouth coast, by E. R. Williams 

(Vicars), £10 los. 

358 Collins, J. E., Little Red Riding Hood, oval ; and Brittany Fisher-girl, by E. 

Salanson (Wallis), £8 8s. 

359 Colls, H., Near Teddington ; and Firth of Forth, by .J. Wilson (Mullen), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

360 Colls, H., Off the coast of Devon ; and Near Sonning-on-Thames, by E. C. 

Wilkinson, panel (Spencer), £2 2S. 

361 Constable, A lock ; and Harbour scene, by J. Webb, panel (Carroll), £17 17s. 

362 Cox, D., 1847, Forest scene, with shepherd and sheep — 15 X loj (Tooth), 

£65 2S. 

363 Dawson, H., Ullswater ; In the New Forest, by W. W. Gill : and Sunset, by 

A. Gittard, panel (Stanley), £8 8s. 

364 Earl, T., 1879, Terrier and rabbit — 14J X 17 (Permain), £4 4s. 



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365 Ellis, Edwin, On the Conway shore, near Llandudno — iij >: 23^ (Hall), 

£995- 

366 ElUs, Edwin, Dead calm, Whitby ; and Misty morning, WTiitby (Sampson), 

£11 OS. 6d. 

367 Faed, J., R.S.A., Burns and Highland Mary — loj X 8 (Sampson), £27 6s. 

368 Eraser, Alex., A.R.S.A., 1825, The puff of smoke, panel — 16J X 13^ (Amor), 

£17 17s. 

369 Gainsborough School. Woody landscape, with cottages, figures and animals — 

45 X 55 (Leggatt), jfi2 is. 5d. 

370 Gainsborough School. Woody landscape, with cattle at a stream — 24i X 32J 

(Buckland), £8 8s. 

371 Glover, J., Evening: River scene, with figures and animals — 18J X 27 

(Newman), £5 15s. 6d. 

372 Hancock, C, A fox ; and \\'aiting for master, panel (Lister), £4. 4.S. 

373 Hancock, C, A pony ; Renard trapped ; and Bringing home the deer, pacel 

(Manley), £5 5s. 

374 Hancock, C, The road across the fields ; A calf ; A greyhound ; and Bringing 

home the deer, panel (Walter), £3 3s. 

375 Hare, St. George, Memories — 24 X 17 (Cedl), £17 17s. 

376 Hayes, E., R.H.A., Lighthouse on the coast ; and Cruise in a North Sea smack, 

by J. Mundell, panel (Huggins), £13 2s. 6d. 

377 Henderson, Cooper, The " Bell " Inn — 17J X 28 (Huggins), £18 i8s. 

378 Hilder, R., Woody landscape, with peasants and cows, panel — 11 J X 15 1 

(Vicars), £6 6s. 

379 Horlor, G. W., 1880, A Shetland pony ; and Big Billy, by C. Hancock (Lister), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

380 Johnson, H. J., River scene, with angler; and The road across the heath, 

by John HoUand (Misell, Jun.), £1 5s. 

381 Linton, W., Malta ; and Sunset, near Smyrna, by O. Achenbach (Tooth), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

382 Mann, J . H. S., Flowers, panel ; and Fruit, by C. Baxter, circular (Misell, jun.), 

£1 5S. 

383 Mann, J. H. S., The cup of tea ; A peasant-girl, panel ; and A Spanish beauty, 

panel (Barclay), £5 5s. 

384 Morland, G., 1794, A shipwreck on the coast, panel — 7* X 10 (Permain), 

£5 5S- 

385 Miiller, W., 1838, In the time of Cromwell — 21J X 35* (Sampson), £11 iis. 

386 Muller, W., 1838, Swiss landscape, with peasants and animals — 19J X 26|, 

(Sampson), £21. 
3S7 Muller, W., Ashton, near Bristol ; and A watermill, panel (Permain), £8 8s. 

388 Nasmyth, A., Auld Brig o' Doon, near Ayr — 17 x 23^ (Tooth), £37 i6s. 

389 Nasmyth, P., 1826, Landscape, with pool, cottage, figures, and white horse, 

panel — iij X iji (Huggins), £94 los. 

390 Nasmyth, P., Near London — 8J X ii|- (Pearce), £12 12s. 

391 Niemann, E. J., Wild-duck shooting ; and Country lane, with cattle, by C. 

Hancock, panel (Grose), £2 12s. 6d. 

392 O'Connor, J., Buckingham Gate, Adelphi — 23 X 39 (Graham), £13 13s. 

303 Oliver, W., The fan, panel ; and Cordelia, by H. Schmiechen, 18S6 (Walters), 
£4 4S- 

394 Pether, A., "The curfew tolls the knell of parting day" — i&i X 24^ (Grose), 

£1 8s. 

395 Poole, P. F., R.A., A moimtain maid : and The well, panel (Permain), 

£23 2S. 



2oS ART PRICES CURRENT. 

396 Poole, P. F., R.A., A mussel-gatherer ; and A fisher-girl, panel (Buckland), 

£8 8s. 

397 Roberts, J., jun., Kitty Tyrrell; and Returning from marketing, by N. 

Dordafy (Barclay), £8 8s. 

398 Sanders, W. G., 1884, Roses ; and Still life, by J . Burr (Walter), £2 2s. 

399 Shaw, W. J., 1877, Salcombe bay, South Devon ; and Stranded fishing-boats 

(Stanley), £3 3s. 

400 Soper, T. J., Near Pulborough ; and The ferry at Wargrave (Vicars), £4. 14s. 6d. 

401 Soper, T. J., A Surrey lane ; and The lovers' walk (Hope), £13 13s. 

402 Stark, J., River scene, with angler, and man ploughing — gj X 13J (Vicars), 

£42- 

403 Thom, J. C, Gossip, Fecamps ; and A mastiff, by C. Hancock (Grose), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

404 Towne, C, Ewes and lambs, in a landscape, panel — 10 X 14 (Pearce), £3 13s. 6d. 

405 Trood, W. H., 1881, Drowsy ; and Head of a mastiff, by R. S. Moseley (Par- 

main), £4 14s. 6d. 

406 V/ilkinson, E. C, 1883, Gathering cabbage ; and The oldest house in Soiming 

(Stanley), £5 15s. 6d. 

407 Woolmer, A. J., After the Bal Masque, oval — 26J X 22 (Buckland), £15 15s. 

408 Woolmer, A. J., The bed chamber ; and On the terrace : Moonlight (Pearce), 

£7 7s. 



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February 20, 1912. Puttick's. 

JAPANESE COLOUR PRINTS. 

2 Harunobu, Figures near a Yoshiwara house ( — ) £1. 

10 Harunobu, Girl seated listening to cuckoo (Simms), 6s. 

11 Harunobu, Girl with Samisen and music book (Wilson), 13s. 

12 Harunobu, Lady standing and reading love-letter (Bluett), 7s. 

18 Hokusai, Bridges of the Aji river at Tempozan (Wilson), £1. 

19 Hokusai, Bird on cherry tree, and a silvered surimono (Clarke), 13s. 

23 Hokusai, Crow stealing the sword of the house of Genji, surimono (Wilson), 

£1 4s. 

24 Hokusai, Long-tailed cock near bed of peonies, from series of " Birds and 

Flowers " ( — ), 15s. 
33 Hokusai, Ibuya restaurant at Oji, and Domestic industry scenes (Clarke), 

i8s. 
77 Utamaro, Lady with fan, surimono size (Wilson), £1 14s. 

97 Kiyonaga, Actors on the stage in front of a raised orchestra (Wilson), £$ los. 

98 Kiyonaga, Children's enjoyment at festival time (Wilson), £3. 

99 Kiyonaga, Youth in ceremonial dress (Simms), £1. 

117 Harunobu, Lady writing poetry near a brazier with her lover beside her, in the 
foreground a pet monkey eating nuts (Simms), £g. 

212 Utamaro, Mother and child, series of twelve beauties, entitled Bizin Juniso 

(— ), £1 los. 

213 Utamaro, Mother and child, the head of the child is reflected in mirror, printed 

with mica (Ellis), £3 7s. 6d. 

215 Toyokuni I, Girl viewing Fujiyama (ElUs), £1 4s. 

216 Toyokuni I, A beauty of Yoshiwara with her attendants (Ellis), £2 los. 

217 Kiyonaga, A woman getting under mosquito net (Clarke), £2 6s. 

218 Yeishi, Man in tea-house with geishas (Clarke), £1 ids. 

253 Hokusai, Picnic party in country (Clarke), £2 2S. 

254 Shunzan, Ladies promenading at Uyeno park, in cherry blossom time, triptych 

(-), £1. 
269 Utamaro, Woman with sake cup (Ellis), 17s. 
276 Keisai Yeisen aod Masayoshi, Tiger under moon (Clarke), i6s. 
283 Rekisentei Yeiri, Procession of court ladies, triptych (Clarke), £1 4s. 

288 Kiyonaga, Lady under wistaria, on windy day, hashirakake (Clarke), £3 3s. 

289 Hiroshige's Tokaido, the complete set (fifty-five sheets), later edition (Bllis), 

£2 2S. 

BOOKS. 

295 Hokusai, Fugaku Hiyakkei, loo views of Fujiyama, three volumes, complete 

(Punnett), £2 los. 

296 Utamaro, Seiro Nenju Gioji (customs and festivals of the year at Yoshiwara), 

two volumes, complete, published by Tsutaya, dated 1804, first edition, 
(— ), £S. 

297 Hishikawa Moronobu, Yamato Ekagame, illustrations of Genji Monogatari, 

published by Urokogataya, dated 1685 (Bllis), £1 6s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February 23, 1912. Sotheby'sw 

ENGRAVINGS. 

Framed. 

1 Industry ; and Idleness, by J. Jones, after H. Singleton, a pair (Brail), £2. 

2 The riot in Bread Street, by J. Heath, after F. Wheatley, proof before letters 

(Leverson), los. 

3 Palamon and Arcite ; and The death of Arcite, by F. Bartolozzi, after W. 

Hamilton, a pair (Lindow), £1. 

4 Portrait of a lady seated, in a landscape, by P. Fontana, after C. G. B. Wicar, 

proof before letters (Brail), los. 
5- Morland, G., The public-house door, by W. Ward ; and Stable amusement, by 
the same, a pair (Lutens), £7. 

6 The race-horses " Beeswing " and " Sir Hercules," aquatint, in colours (James), 

6s. 

7 The shipwrecked sailor boy ; and The sailor boy's return, by D. Orme, after 

W. R. Bigg, a pair, the small plates (Brail), los. 

8 Cleopatra ; and Marc Antony, by C. Knight, after H. Singleton, a pair, in 

colours (Luters), £2 5s. 

9 The Venus of Toterdown Hill, by J. Ogborne, after Harding, tinted ; Romeo 

and Juliet, in red ; and another, all ovals (Lutens), £2 5s. 
ID Edwin and Angelina ; and Musidora, after A. Kauffman, a pair, ovals, in colours 
(Lutens), £4 los. 

11 The Duke, and Duchess of York, a pair, ovals, in colours (Lutens), £4 ids. 

12 View of Ramsgate with the Yacht Emma, after W. J. Huggins, aquatint, in 

colours (Lutens), £1 15s. 

13 View of Yarmouth, by and after J. King, in colours (Parsons), los. 

14 View of Newport, by and after J. King, in colours (Parsons), los. 

15 Views of Weymouth ; and Weymouth and Portland, by J. Bluck, after J. W. 

Upham, a pair, aquatints, in colours (F. Daniell), £8 15s. 
l5 Long view of Old London, in two parts (Reader), £2. 

17 View of the Royal Palace at Kensmgton, in two parts (Rimell), £1 i6s. 

18 Lord Nelson, by E. Bell, after Beechey (Lutens), £4. 

21 Mr. Edwin and Mrs. Wells, by H. Downman, after J. Downman, oval (Lutens), 

8s. 

22 The Marlborough theatricals, by J. Jones, after J. Roberts, two of the set of 

three, on strainers, unframed (Lutens), £1 2s. 

23 Miss Sneyd as Serena, engraved in stipple, oval, in brown, without any letters 

(Jacobsen), £2 los. 

24 Buck, A., Miss Bloomfield, by T. Cheesman, in colours (W. Dering), £1 i8s. 

25 Buck, A., Mrs. Mountain, by T. Cheesman, in colours (W. Dering), £4 15s. 

26 Venus, by J . CoUyer, after Sir J . Reynolds, in colours (A. Davis), £3 los. 

The Property of Mrs. Coltart, Birkenhead. 

27 Reynolds, Sir J., Lady Caroline Montague, by J. R. Smith (Jacobsen), £20. 

28 Reynolds, Sir J ., Mrs. Carnac, by J . R. Smith (F. Daniell), £67. 

29 Reynolds, Sir J., Mrs. Abington, by Elizabeth Judklus, proof before letters, 

slightly damaged (Ellis & Smith), £46. 



February 23, 1912. 



WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 
Framed. 

31 Boyce, G. P., The Teme from Ludford, signed and dated 1871 — 7 X gi (M. 

Bois), £11. 

32 De Wiat, P., Landscape and ruins — 12 X 18 (Clover), £15. 

33 De Wint, P., Sketch : The cornfield— 9 J X i2i (Clover), £1. 

34 Tonge, Robert, Sketch : Landscape — g^ X 13J (Clover), iz 10s. 

35 Tonge, Robert, Beach scene, with boats and figures, signed and dated Novem- 

ber 28, 1S50 (Clover), £3 los. 

36 Davis, W., Bass Rock — yi X 11 (Clemenson), £1 5s. 

37 Cox, Hilly landscape, with peasant going along a road — 5 X 8 (Clemenson), 

£1 19s. 

38 Barrett, George, Classical landscape, with buildings, cattle, and figures by a 

river — lol X 16 (Clemenson), £4. 

OIL PAINTINGS. 

39 Lance, G., Grapes and other fruit on a table, signed and dated 1856 — 14 X 17} 

(F. A. Bower), £10. 

40 Nicol, Erskiae, A.R.A., Irish landscape with figures — 10 X 16 (Coleman), 

£8 los. 

41 Mulready, \V., R.A., Peasant woman in a landscape — 4J X 3i (Coleman), 

£i- 

42 Millais, The art critic, signed in monogram, 1861 — 6i X 7i (Clemenson),. 

Forming part of the Townshend Heirlooms. 

OIL PAINTINGS. 

43 Kneller, Sir G., Mrs. St. John, widow (daughter of Sir Francis Compton), oval — 

30 X 25 (G. Cubitt), £8 los. 

44 Janssens, Carel Fairfax, in dark green jewelled coat — 23 X 18 (G. Cubitt), £1. 

45 Unknown. Marquis Francis de Montmorency, Marquis of Thurg, in Nor- 

m.andy, and Baron of Fosseux, of the elder line of the Dukes of Mon- 
morency. Constables of France ; he died 1684, aged 69 — 25 X 20 (Wallis 
and Son), £8. 

46 Alexander Pope — 30 X 25 (Maitland), £1 los. 

47 Italian. Large Italian river scene, with ruins in foreground (Sackville Gallery), 

£2 5S. 

48 English. Full-length Portrait of an admiral, panel — 60 X 40 (G. Cubitt), 

£3 5S. 

49 Italian. Large Italian river view, colmnn on right (Sackville Gallery), £4. 

50 Kneller, Sir G. (School of), Duchess of Dorset, seated, in white dress — 50 X 40 

(G. Cubitt), £9. 

51 English. Lady in blue dress — 50 X 40 (G. Cubitt), £7. 

52 Fyt, Jan, Birds and dog in a landscape — 30 X 45 (Eerde), £11. 

54 English. Col. Lindley wearing breast-plate and red clothes, dated 1610 — 

42 X 39 (G. Cubitt), £2. 

55 Lely, Sir P. (School of). Lady in red low-necked dress, seated — 50 X 40 (G. 

Cubitt), £5. 

56 EngUsh. Field marshal in armour — 50 x 40 (G. Cubitt), £5 los. 

57 English. Gentleman in naval uniform — 32 X 26 (Wallis & Son), £7. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



6i Dutch School. Coast scene with figures loading a boat, panel — 14 X 18 
(Gilroy), £4. 5s. 

62 Horremans, J., Interior with figures and woman asleep, panel — 14 X 12 

(Gilroy), £1 los. 

63 Brauwer (School of), Dutch quarrel, panel — 8 X 12 (Gilroy), £8 ids. 

•64 Goyen, J. van, Dutch village landscape, with figures in a boat, river in fore- 
ground, signed, panel — 8 X 12 (Sackville Gallery), £20. 
65 Kipsham, J. B., 1661, Fruit — 18 X 15 (Gilroy), £g 15s. 
•66 Maratti, Carlo, Marriage of St. Catherine, pencil drawing — gj X 7 (Clay), £5. 

WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 
-67 Gill, Edmund, View of Bath, signed and dated 1848 — 17J X ii| (Sharland) 

70 Constable, J., Village scene, monochrome — igj X 29 (W. H. Wheeler), £2 5s. 

71 Bentley, C, Mont. St. Michel — 12J X ig^ (Coughrie), £1 15s. 

72 Cox, D., Bolton Abbey — 7^ X 10 (Vicars), £10 5s. 

75 Poynter, Sir J. E., Study of a large tree in a park, signed (Hart), £3. 

75 Mottram, Chas. B., 1901, Beach scene with Godrevy lighthouse — 9 X igi 

(Hadley), £1 is. 

76 Mottram, Chas. B., igoi, Hayfield, Conishead Priory, August 11, 1836 ; New 

road over the Pontine marshes, by John Smith, 1803 ; and Pencil drawing : 
Study on Coniston Fells, Cumberland (Hart), £3 los. 

77 Mottram, Chas. B., igoi, Rembrandt, Figure of a man asleep dreaming, in 

pen and ink ; from the collection of Sir J. Reynolds (Vicars), £3. 
S7 Millais, Sir J. E., R.A., The meeting of James with Margaret, daughter of 
Henry VII, at the Abbey of New Battle, pen-and-ink sketch, signed with 
initials J.M. — 12J X 8^ (^uirk), £1 5s. 

OIL PAINTINGS. 
Framed. 

88 Fantin-Latour, H., Roses in a vase — 12J X 12J (Lefevre), £250. 

89 Guy, Louis, 1877, Returning from the cattle fa'r in Spain — 36 X 60 (Sedgwick), 

£3- 

90 Early English School, 1624. Gentleman in lace collar — 20 X 18 (Harrison), 

£2 2S. 

91 Poussin, Classical landscape, with figures and ruins-^i8 X 26 (Hallett), 

£3 15s. 
•93 French School. Flowers — 38 X 28 (F. C. Buck), £10. 

94 Pastel drawing : Lady Hamilton, oval — 16 x i2i (Burge), £2. 

95 Crawford, Susan F., A.R.E., " Auld Brig o' Ayr," — 12 X 20 (Mason and 

Phillips), £1. 

96 Mercier, P., Lady feeding a bird — 35 X 30 (Hamer), £7. 

97 Unknown. Robert Burns' Bonnie Jane — 24 X 18 (Mrs. Bournes), £2 2S. 

98 Verbrwgen, 1690, Fruit — 42 X 37 (Chamier), £7. 

99 Verbrugen, 1690, Ruben and his wife, painting on porcelain — 16 X 12 (Browne), 

£3- 
loi Constable, Village landscape, with stream in foreground — 7 X 9 (Browne), 
£5- 

102 Turner, Coast scene, with castle on a hill — 10 X 14 (Browne), £4. 

103 Wilson, J ., River scene, Hurley-on-Thames — 20 X 24 (Browne), £1 12s. 

104 Early English School. Lady, in blue and white dress and wide lace collar — 

30 X 25 (May), £8. 



February 23, 1912. 213 



105 Heem, C. de, Dish of fruit and vase on table — 22 X 20 (Mason Sc Phillips), 

ro6 Kneller, Lady in blue dress and red cloak, oval — 30 X 25 (J. S. Young), 
;C4 8s. 

107 German School. Mother and child, panel — 31 X 25 (J. S. Young), £7. 

108 Early English School. Sir Francis Bacon — 30 X 25 (Provis), £1 15s. 

109 Romney, (School of), A novice taking the veil — 30 X 25 (Provis), £24. 
no Peel, J., R.B.A., Landscape and river — 17 X i3i (Hart), £3 3s. 

Ill Constable, John, Girl in peasant's dress, with red bonnet, landscape back- 
ground — 24 X 24 (Mason & Phillips), £14. 

113 Norwich School. River scene, with barge laden with cattle — 33 X 42 

(Wensley), £5 5s- 

114 Italian School. Italian buildings, with procession in foreground — 22 X 30 

(Wensley), £3. 



214 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February 34, 191 2. Christie's. 

Property of Sir George Chetwynd, Bt., Grendon Hall, 
Atherstone. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

1 Lady Peel, after Sir T. Lawrence, P.R.A., by S. Cousins, R.A. ; and Mrs. 

Lister, after G. S. Newton, R.A., by the same, proof (Jacobson), £21. 

DRAWINGS. 

2 Dodd, J. J., 1837, Old London Bridge, as it appeared in 1212 — 20J X 291 

(Gooden & Fox), ^fio ids. 

3 Gardner, D., Abelard ; and Eloisa, pastels, a pair ; and two small prints, ovat 

— 14J X 12 (Leggatt), £15 15s. 
4. Hollar, W. (after), Sir Randolph Crewe ; and Sir Thomas Crewe, by T. Athow,, 
a pair — 10 X 8J (Leggatt), £4 4s. 

5 Yates, P. F., 1827, View of Old London Bridge, with the tower in the distance — 

14J X 26i (Ellis & Smith), £10 los. 

6 Yates, P. F. 1837, London Bridge, with the Fishmongers' Hall, and St. Paul's 

in the distance — 13 X 22 (Ellis & Smith), £g 19s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

7 Landscape, with tree- trunk ; and Winding river, with two figures (Leggatt), 

£335. 

8 Anderson, W., Shipping, off a jetty, on copper — 13 J X 11 (Leggatt), £2 2S. 

9 Baptiste, J., Flowers, in sculptured vase — 56 X 40 (Huggins), £57 15s. 

10 Baptiste, J., Flowers, in a vase — 32 X 25^ (Allen & Sons), £g 19s. 6d. 

11 Baptiste, J., Flowers, in a glass vase — 29^ X 24J (Abbey), £11 os. 6d. 

12 Barney, J., Bunch of flowers, in a terra-cotta vase, and a birds' nest on a stone 

slab, panel — 31^ X 24^ (Allen), £26 5s. 

13 Canaletto, A. (after), St. Mark's and the Doge's Palace, Venice — 22 X 26i 

(Vokin), £6 6s. 

14 Claude (after). Classical bay scenes — 35J x 27 (Misell, jun.), £1 is. 

15 Denner, Head of an old man, panel ; and Hurdy-gurdy player, after Teniers 

(Clark), £24 3s. 

16 Dutch School. Man, holding a pipe and tankard — 35 X 27J (Cohen),£5 15s. 6d. 

17 Fantana, Lavinia, The Gozzadini family : Group of eight ladies, gentlemen, and 

children, round a spinet — 6gJ X 82^ (Harding), £44 2S. 

18 Ferg, P. F., Landscape, with figures and ruins ; and Peasants, near a ruined 

tower (Vokin), £13 13s. 

19 Griffier, Jan, Landscape, with a distant view of Windsor Castle — 18 X 14 

(Vokin), £5 15s. 6d. 

20 Heem, C. de. Fruit and still life, on a table- — 23 X 28 (ColUngs), £26 5s. 

21 Huysum, J. van. Flowers, in a sculptured vase — 38^ X 29^ (Huggins), £26 5s. 

22 Le Sueur, E., The elements — 42 X 34i (Parsons), £17 17s. 

23 Lilienbergh, C, Dead birds, on a table, panel — 13 X loj (Gooden & Fox), 

£15 15s. 

24 Maltese, Armour and still life, on a table — 38 X 52 (Vokin), £3 13s. 6d. 

25 Marcellis, O., Herbage and insects — 22^ X i7i (Cohen), £4 4s. 

26 Mew, T. H., 1868, Steeplechasing, a pair — 12 X 18J (Pawsey & Payne), £4 4s. 



February 24, 1912. 215 



27 Moucheron, Italian landscape, with figures by a river : Sunset — 37 X 55 

(Pawsey Sc Payne), £31 los. 

28 Nasmyth, A., Bridge of Surk, near Loch Katrine ; and View of Inverferry, near 

Dunkeld, a pair — 27k X 35J (Holden), £21. 

29 Neer, van der, River scene, with buildings and figures : Moonlight— i6i X 20i 

(Cohen), £21. 

30 Nickelen, I. van. Interior of a church, with figures — rg X 15} (Nicholson), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

31 O'Connor, J. A., Woody river scene, with figures — 24 X 29^ (Huggins), 

£16 i6s. 

32 O'Connor, J. A., River scene, with waterfall and angler ; and River scene, with 

ferry-boat, a pair — i7i X 23* (Vokin), £3 13s. 6d. 

33 Pannlni, P., Roman ruins, showing the Colosseum, the Arch of Constantine, 

and the Column of Marcus Aurelius, with figures and statuary — 47 X 66 
(Maynard), £25 4s • 

34 Pannini, P., Lady and gentlemen on horseback, near some Roman ruins — 

33 X 49 (Parsons), £14 3s. 6d. 

35 Patel, P., Roman ruins, with figures and animals, a pair — 22^ X ijA (Pawsey 

and Payne), £19 19s. 

36 Seghers, D., Festoons of flowers roimd a sculptured niche, panel — 34* X 24 

(Vokin), £27 6s. 

37 Snyders, F., Basket of grapes, red currants and cherries ; bowls of raspberres, 

and peaches, with other fruit, on a table — 45 X 62 (Gooden & Fox), £99 15s. 

38 Steenwyck, H., Interior of a church, with beggars receiving alms, panel — 9 X 7 

(Obie), £6 i6s. 6d. 

39 Stevaerts, Palamedes, Cavalry engagement, panel — i6i X 19* (Holden), 

£11 IIS. 

40 Teniers, D. (after). Interior, with peasants and utensils, panel — 19* X 26 

(Vokin), £4 4s. 

41 Tol, D. van. Philosopher, in his library, reading a paper, panel — 13 X 9i 

(Collings), £27 6s. 

42 Troost, C, Interior, with an artist and other figures before a picture — 21 X 18 

(Brown Sc Phillips), £22 is. 

43 Watts, F. W., View from the river, Richmond — 31 X 40 J (Miles), £4 14s. 6d. 

44 Watts, F. W., Road scene, with cattle and cottage — 23* X 35* (Vicars), 

£16 i6s. 

45 Watts, F. W., River scene, with rustic bridge and church — 20^ X 28^ (Parsons), 

£17 6s. 6d. 

46 Watts, F. W., Woody landscape, with gipsy encampment, panel— 12 X 143 

(Brown &. Phillips), £12 12s. 

47 West, B., P.R.A., Death of General Wolfe— i7i X 23^ (Sampson), £7 7s. 

48 Williams, E., Woody landscape, with cattle and figures — 14J X 19J (Pettigrew), 

£2 2S. 

PORTRAITS. 

In Pastel. 

49 Lady, in white dress with blue riband, pointing to a mask — 24 >: 20 (Vokin), 

£10 lOS. 

50 Lord Raymond, when young, in dark coat, white vest and blue cloak — 22^ X 18 

(Gross), £2 2S. 

51 Hoare, VV., R.A., The Earl of Chesterfield, in brown dress, wearing the Riband 

and Order of the Garter ; and The Countess of Chesterfield, in white dress ■ 
with blue scarf, a pair — 17J x 23^ (V\'yatt), £16 i6s. 



2i6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

52 Hoare, W., R.A., Lady, in blue dress with grey veil — 23J X I7i (Parsons), 

£13 15s. 

In Oils. 

53 Gentleman, in red gown trimmed with fur, with coat-of-arms, and date 1620, 

panel— 32J X 27i (Harding), £15 15s. 

54 Ralph Sheldon, in dark dress with white rufi, holding a book, with inscription, 

and date 1635, panel — 27 X 21J (Harding), £3 3s. 

55 Gentleman, in black dress with white lace collar, and gold chains, with in- 

scription, and date 1586, panel — 20 X iji (Harding), £10 los. 

56 Lady, in blue dress with red scarf, and pearl necklace — 29J X 22J (Arthur), 

£21. 

-57 Sir W. W. Wynne, in red coat and white vest, with white wig — 27J X 23J 
(Rogers), £5 15s. 6d. 

58 Banck, J. van der, Charles, first Viscount Moore, in Peer's robes — 48J X 40 

(Wontner), £18 i8s. 

59 Hogarth School. Girl, in blue dress, with dog in a landscape — 47J X 39J 

(Wontner), £11 iis. 
■60 Hudson, T., Gentleman, in brown dress and Chancellor's gown, wearing the 

Riband of the Garter, and with flowing grey wig — 29J X 24^ (B. A. Smith), 

£10 ros. 
61 Italian School. Cardinal Casterini, in red robes, seated — 18 X 13 (Thrift), 

£15 15s. 
62 Kneller, Sir G., William HI, in Garter robes, seated, resting his left hand on the 

orb ; and Queen Mary, in blue dress, and cloak lined with ermine, seated, 

holding a sceptre. In elaborately carved frames, surmounted by the lion 

and unicorn, a pair — 51J X 41 (Holden), £120 15s. 

63 Kneller, Sir G., George I, in Garter robes, seated by a table, on which are his 

crown, orb and sceptre — 92J X 57 (Gooden & Fo.x), £40 19s. 

64 Kneller, Sir G., Lady, in blue dress, seated on a stone seat — 49 X 40 (Hooper), 

£22 IS. 

65 Kneller, Sir G., Gentleman, in red gown and long flowing wig, seated, holding 

a scroll — 48 X 39 (Bailey), £9 9s. 

66 Kneller, Sir G., Lady, in grey and white dress, with rich jewels — 28^ X 24i 

(Holden), £15 15s. 

67 Kneller School. Gentleman, in brown cloak with white cravat, and flowing 

hair, oval — 29 X 24 (Pawsey & Payne), £10 ids. 

68 Lely, Sir P., Gentleman, in red gown and black cap — 494 X 39^ (Willis), 

£10 los. 

69 Lely, Sir P., James II, in armour, with white cravat, and flowing hair, sculptured 

oval — 27 X 22 (Pawsey & Payne), £23 2S. 

70 Lely School. Gentleman, in armour, with lawn collar — 29J X 24J (Vokin), 

;C7 7S. 

71 Ramsay, Allan, George III, in Garter robes, seated, holding the sceptre in his 

right hand ; and Queen Charlotte, in white and gold brocade dress, with 
red velvet train lined with ermine ; seated ; whole lengths ; a pair — 
93 X 57J (Gooden & Fox), £262 10s. 

72 Ramsay, Allan, Frederick, Prince of Wales, in Garter robes — 28J X 23J 

(Holden), £21. 

73 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Joseph Baretti, Esq., in brown dress, seated, with a 

book close to his face — 29 J X 24 J (Malcolm), £30 9s. 
■74 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A. (after), Dr. Johnson, in brown dress, by Marchi — 
29 X 24J (Parsons), £21. 



February 24, 1912. 217 

75 Soest, G., Gentleman, in brown dress, with white lace cravat, and flowing hair, 

oval- — 29 X 23i (Wyatt), £4 14s. 6d. 

76 Spanish School. Lady, in dark dress with lace collar, and strings of pearls — 

48 X 34i (Malcolm), £19 19s. 

77 J. H. W., Gentleman, in grey dress with white cravat, and flowing hair — 29 X 

24i (Wright), £7 7s. 

78 Wissing, W., Gentleman, in grey dress with plum-coloured cloak, flowing wig — 

47 X 37 (Bright), ^22 is. 

79 Zofiany, J., R.A., Gentleman, in brown stamped velvet costume, holding a 

book and a statuette — 35 X 27J (Parsons), £15 15s. 



PASTELS. 

80 Early English School. Admiral Barrington, in blue naval coat with white 

facings, and vest trimmed with gold braid ; powdered hair — 24 X 18 
(Bell), £39 i8s. 

81 Early English School. Colonel Fleming, in scarlet military coat and white- 

vest, powdered hair — 23^ X 17J (Eames), ^14 14s. 

PICTURES. 

82 Gardner, D., Mrs. Adelaide Penton, in brown dress with shot-silk scarf, pearls 

in her hair — 29 X 24 J (Sackville Gallery), £43 is. 

83 Hogarth, The Frederick family. Eight figures, standing before the door of a 

mansion — 34 X 43 (Rutley), £33 12s. 

84 Cotes, F., R.A., Lady Frederick, in white dress with blue sash — 35* X 27i 

(Thrift), £304 los. • 

85 Russell, J., R.A., Lady Frederick, in white dress and cap, with black lace 

fichu — 35J X 27i (Fellowes), £86 2S. 

86 Hals School. Boy, in brown dress, and cap with feather, panel— 20J X 18 

(Agnew), £73 los. 

87 Wouverman School. Paying off the troops — 34 X 50J (Holden), £8 8s. 

88 Bent, J. van der, Landscape, with Mercury, Argus, and animals — 43 x 53! 

(Schroeder), £8 8s. 

89 Claude, Italian landscape with figures and goats — 28 X 35 (Holden), £19 19s. 

90 Hals, Dirk, Cavaliers and ladies in a garden — 24 >: 20^ (Howard), £19 19s. 

91 Cuyp, Two cows by an old tree, panel — 16 :-' 15 (Gooden Sc Fox), £36 15s. 

92 Dow, A cook, preparing vegetables, panel — .:i X 17J (Shepherd), £16 i6s. 

93 Hughtenburgh, Cavaliers, peasants and horses — 19 X 24 (Van Duren), £6 6s. 

94 Domenichino, Madonna and child, with Saint Rose and cherubs — 26 X 38 

(Schroeder), £29 8s. 

95 Ramsay, A., Young girl, in pink dress with white lace trimmings, ofiering a 

basket of fruit to her sister — 29J X 24J (Wallis), £8 8s. 

96 Bloemen, J. F. van. Battle scene ; and Horse fair, a pair — 19 x 28^ (Schroeder), 

£5 5s. 

97 Early English School. Landscape, with sportsman, horse and dogs — 33J X 43^ 

(Agnew), £54 I2S. 

98 Mabuse, The Virgin, in green dress, and the Infant Saviour with a rosarj', 

panel — 17 X 13 (Wagner), £44 2s. 

99 Zuccarelli, F., R.A., Italian landscape, with figures near a waterfall — 

14 X 17} (Holden), £17 17s. 
100 Italian School. Interior, with lady sewing, and a child — 20 X i6i (Stafford 
Gallery), £19 19s. 



2i8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

loi Heem, de, Fruit and flowers, surrounding a portrait of a lady in a sculptured 
oval— 29i X 24i (Avery), £14 14s. 

102 Tischbein, J. H., Gentleman, in blue coat and breastplate, with powdered wig — 

32 X 25J (Bailey), £29 Ss. 

103 Elias, N., Lady, in dark dress with white rufi, and head-dress, panel — 22 X i8i 

(Renton), £19 19s. 

104 de Wilde, S., John Collins, in the character of " Master Slender "—29 X 22J 

(Obie), £16 i6s. 

105 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., Head of a girl with white fur cloak, oval, panel — 

i7i X 15 (Whitcombe) £50 8s. 

106 Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., Mrs. Hay, of Mordington, Berwickshire, in dark dress, 

and grey shawl with spotted border, white head-dress, seated — 35^ X 27 
(Shaw), £304 IDS. 

107 Downman, J., A.R.A., Lord William Russell, in Newgate, with his wife and 

children, R.A., 1790 — 56J X 72^ (Holden), £52 los. 
T08 Hoppner, J., R.A., Marquis de Sivrac, in dark blue coat, with white vest and 

stock— 35 X 31 (Bale), £315. 
109 Cuyp, A., Shepherd-boy, in yellow dress, holding a staff, two sheep by his side, 

panel — 48 X 35 (Gibbs), £52 los. 
no Early English School. Gentleman, in brown coat and red vest, seated, with 

his dog by his side, unframed — 64 X 54 (Knoedler), £42. 
1:1 Early English School. Gentleman, in brown coat and vest — 29 X 24 (Boyd), 

£10 IDS. 

112 Dutch School. Cavalier, in yellow cloak with lace collar; and his wife, in 

yellow dress with deep collar, a pair, panel — 26 X 2ii (Cohen), £84. 

113 Vos, P. de. Dogs flushing partridges — 48 X 99 (Smith), £120 15s. 

114 Greuze, J. B- (after),^ead of a girl, in white and blue drapery — 17J X 14 

(Grant), £52 los. 

115 Cignani, C, The five senses — 57 X 68 (Wells), £21. 

n6 Valentin, J., Gipsy-woman telling fortunes — 69 X 59 (Cohen), £19 19s. 

117 Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., Lady, in black dress and white cap, seated — i5i X 12J 

(Pate), £24 3s. 

118 Dandridge, B., James Mynde, Esq., in brown coat, holding a scroll ; and Mrs. 

Elizabeth MjTide, in white and pink dress, with her young daughter, a pair 
35 X 27 (Wells), £54 I2S. 

119 Hondecoeter, Peacock, poultry, and dog— 37 X 48^ (Huggins), £39 i8s. 

120 Goyen, J. van, Frozen river, with sledge, skaters, and other figures, signed with 

initials, and dated 1649, panel — 7| X 9 (Clark), £220 los. 

121 Dutch School. Interior, with a lady, boy, and maidservant, signed, and dated 

i775i panel — iii X gf (Wallis), £10 los. 

122 Rubens, P. P. (after). The horrors of war — 20J X 32 (Defordt), £17 17s. 

123 Peutemans, P., Lady, with brown cloak, a dog by her side, signed, and dated 

1676 — 40J X 32 (Mildmay), £18 i8s. 
T24 Reynolds, Girl, with pet kitten — 29 X 24J (Whitcombe), £10 los. 

125 Both, J., The Falls of Tivoli— 51 X 67 (Lawrence), £47 5s. 

126 Schalcken, G., Lady, in blue dress with purple scarf, playing a 'cello, panel — 

12 X gi (Buttery), £50 8s. 

127 Hoppner, J., R.A., Mrs. Mantelini, in white dress with muslin veil, oval— 

35 X 27i (Renton), £336. 

128 Early English School. Young girl, in white dress, holding a basket of fruit, 

on copper, oval — 11 X 9 (Parsons), £8 8s. 
:a29 Victoors, Jan, The card-players — 40J X 494 (Carter), £11 iis. 
130 Schroorel, Jan van, Madon/na, in blue dress, and red robe lined with fur, holding 



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the Infant Saviour on her left arm, and resting her right hand on a book, 
panel — 13^ X 19 (Ball), £136 los. 

131 Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., Reverend John Erskine, D.D., of the Old Greyfriars, 

Edinburgh, in black gown with white bands — 28J- x 24 (Grayson), £42. 

132 Furini, Francesco, Madonna, in red dress and blue robe, adoring the Infant 

Saviour, Saint John on the right, panel, arched top — 19 X 12 (Wagner), 
)f25 4S- 
^33 Giovanni, Matteo di, Madonna, in red dress and blue robe, holding the Infant 
Saviour ; two small figures of saints in the foreground, panel — 17J X 11} 
(Sackville Gallery), £54 12s. 

134 Ysenbrant, A., Madonna, in red dress and blue robe, nursing the Infant 

Saviour, panel — i2i X 7i (Arthur), £325 los. 

135 School of Westphalia. Christ before Pilate, panel — 13 X 8f (Martin), £126. 

136 Booington, R. P., Coast scene, with high cU£f — 8 X 13 (Vicars), £42. 

137 Crome, J., Trout-stream; peasant angling from a rustic bridge — 24I X zoj 

(Huggins), £241 IDS. 

138 Wilson, R., R.A., River scene, with ruined castle — 12 X 10 (Vicars), £8 85. 

139 Cox, D., Salmon traps at Bett«vs-y-Coed — 14 X 19 (Vicars), £39 i8s. 

140 Bonington, R. P., French coast scene, with figures and cart — 14J X 19 (Gross), 

£52 lOS. 

141 Rubens, SuppUant before a Roman general, panel — 13! X 2oi (Sabin), 

£4? 5S. 

142 Chamberlain, M., Dan Cunyngham, Esq., in black dress with Vandyke Collar 

and cuffs, holding a book — 56 x 41J (Cohen), £22 is. 

143 Early English School. Young girl, in grey dress, with a lamb — 29J X 24J 

(Leger), £29 8s. 

144 Lely School. Youth, in brown dress, with a dog — 38 x 28 (Major Penny), 

£22 IS. 

145 Lely School. Sir Littleton Powys, in judge's robes and flowing wig, oval — 

28 X 24 (E. Lewis), £22 is. 

146 Morland, Winter scene, with peasant and cows ; and Peasants driving cattle, 

after Berchenfi, panel (Knowles), £2 15s. 

147 Ramsay, A., George Pardoe, Esq., of Cleeton, in buff coat and red vest, 

powdered wig, oval — 28 X 24 (Knowles), £12 12s. 

148 Van Dyck School. Lady, in white satin dress and pearl ornaments, unframed 

— 28J X 24* (Rich), £8 8s. 

149 Velde, E. van de, Woody road, with cavaliers and dogs, panel — 15 X 29 

(Defordt), £22 is. 

150 Claude, Classical landscape, with figures — 37J x 53 (Smith), £g gs. 

151 Dutch School. Yoimg man, in brown dress with lace collar, panel — 19 X 15 

(Defordt), £4 14s. 6d. 

152 Claude, Classical landscape, with figures and cattle — 39 X 54 (Smith), £3 3s. 

153 Rubens, The daughter of Herodias — 57J x 44J (G. Clark), £12 is. 6d. 
134 Fragonard, The guitar-players — 26J X 35 (G. Clark), £15 15s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February 26, 19 12. Christie's. 

WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

1 L'Aubiniere, G. M. de, 1878, Hampstead Heath ; A Thames backwater ; and 

Portsmouth harbour, by T. B. Hardy (King), jfi 12s. 

2 Beame, E. H., Chelston, Devon — 13J X 22 (King), £1 123. 

3 Bianchi, M., Milanese washerwoman — 19 X 14 (Port), £1 is. 

4 Bromley, V. W., The assassins ; and Studies of heads, three, in one frame 

(Bale), £1 I2S. 

5 Cattermole, G., At the water-gate — 9J X 18J (Bowden), £4 14s. 6d. 

6 Cattermole, G., At the window — 6\ X loi (Hughes), £1 los. 

7 Coleman, W. S., The little naturaUst— 5J X 8J (Bell), £2 12s. 6d. 

8 Crayer, T., A shrimp-girl — 15 x 11 (Leggatt), £1 15s. 

9 Deane, W. W., Venice ; and A spate^^on the Lyd, Dartmoor, by Harry Johnson, 

1877 (Crocker), £2 2S. 
ID Dolan, P., 1873, Roses ; and Apple-blossom and bird's nest (King), £2. 

11 Fielding, C, 1832, Rocky coast, with boats in a squall — gj X 14 (Mitchell), 

£24 3S- 

12 Fripp, G. A., Moel Siabod, North Wales — 13J X 19J (Lawrence), £6 i6s. 6d. 

13 Fripp, G. A., Winter ; and Frozen river scene : Sunset, by T. B. Hardy 

(Permain), £1 iis. 6d. 

14 Haag, Carl, A Pifferari ; and Tambourine-girl, by A. M. Anderson, 1861 

(Ward),£i5S. 

15 Hardy, T. B., After a gale off Ambleteuse— 14 X 29^ (Mitchell), £6 6s. 

16 Himt, W., Black and white cow — 6J X 12 (Wire), £2 12s. 6d. 

17 Linton, Sir J. D., 1874, Tristram and Isolde : The prize of victory after the 

tournament — 10 X 19 (Sampson), £8 8s. 

18 Lundgren, E., Ready for the Bal Masqu6 — 20^ X 14^ (Sampson), £4 4s. 

19 Lundgren, E., Italian peasant-girl — 14J x 7i (Sampson), £2 12s. 6d. 

20 Lundgren, E., A Bacchante — 11 x 8i (Lincoln), £1 i8s. 

21 Miiller, W., Turkish utensils ; and Drinking-trough, Chatsworth, by D. Cox, 

sepia (Agnew), los. 6d. 

22 Powell, Alfred, A sunny comer, Hambledon Common, Surrey — 14 X 25 

(Mitchell), £5 5S. 

23 Salmon, J., On the Medway ; and Sheemess, a pair — 9J x 22 (Bowden), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

24 Sherrin, J., Grapes, peach and raspberry — 7 x 9J (Vicars), £5 5s. 

25 Steeple, J., 1868, Glen Coe— igj X 29i (Mitchell), £5 5s. 

26 Weigall, C. H., Italian goatherd — 23^ X 18 (Young), £3 3s. 

27 De Wint, P., The farmyard — iij X i6i (Permain), £35 14s. 



February 26, 1912. 221 



Property of tbe late Colonel Josiah Wilkinson. 

DRAWINGS. 

28 The Seneschal— 17 X 12 (Misell, 5un.), 5s. 

29 The falls of Schafihausen — gi X i6i (Nevile), los. 6d. 

30 Pen-maen-mawr — 7i x loj (Nevile), £3. 

31 Fripp, G. A., Durham — 13^ .< igf (MuUeu), £21. 

32 Glennie, A., Temple of Pola, Istria — 17J X 26 (Port), £2. 

33 Palmer, Sam, The gleaners — 17J X 15! (Bowden), £18 i8s. 

34 Palmer, Sam, Sunset : Returning from market — 2I X 6 J (Nevile), £8 8s. 

35 Phillips, G. F., View on the Thames : Sunset ; and Fishing-boat off a fort 

(Bertrand), 15s. 

36 Prout, S., Street scene in Prague ; Ehrenbreitstein ; and Wiesbaden, pencil — 

(Gooden & Fox), £12 is 6d. 

37 Prout, S., Bamberg ; and St. Charles, Prague, a pair, pencil — loj X i5i 

(Nevile), £11 iis. 

38 Prout, S., Views in Verona, a pair, pencil — loj X 14J (W. Ward), £8 8s. 

39 Turner, Low tide : A coast scene, with stranded fishing-boats and figures 

—17 X 27i (Nevile), £48 6s. 

40 Turner, Town on the Italian coast ; and Rocky ravine, a pair — g X 7J (Nevile) 

£9 9s ■ 

41 Varley, J., 1805, Bolton Abbey — i7i X 23} (Permain), £11 iis. 

42 Varley, J., Landscape, with two figures — 12J X igj (Nevile), £2 123. 6d. 

43 Varley, J., Italian landscape, with shepherd, oval — i2f X 17J (Nevile), 

£23 2S. 

44 Varley, J., Hampstead Heath ; and A farmhouse (Nevile), £3 135. 6d. 

45 De Wint, P., River scene, with children — i2i X 19 (Mitchell), £19 igs. 

46 Witherington, W. F., R.A., River scene, with boats ; and Stranded fishing- 

boats, Hastings, by S. Prout (Gooden & Fo.x), £6 i6s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

47 Modern Dutch School. Cattle and goats, panel ; Neapolitan girls, by G. P. ; 

and The mid-day rest (Pickering), £3 3s. 

48 Jones, S. J. E., 1853, The watering-place ; and Rocky scene (Grose), £2 2S. 

49 Knell, W. A., Hong Kong from the roads ; and Chateau d'lf, entrance to 

Marseilles, a pair — g| X i8| (Permain), £i iis. 6d. 

50 Landseer, G., 1853, Ruth ; Moonlight, by J. G. Naish ; and On the Cornish 

Coast, by H. Gibbs (Shaw), £2 2S. 

51 Niemann, E. J., Coast scene, with stranded boats : Sunset — 17 X 23 (Lister), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

52 PoUentine, A., Coast scene, with stranded fishing-boats and fisherfolk — 

19} X 3ii (King), £2 5S. 

53 Vickers, A., On the coast of Yorkshire, with sailing vessels — 27 X 39 J (Leggatt), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

54 Vickers, A., Fishermen going out of the LjTnington river — 12 X igj (Vicars), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 



222 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

55 Watts, F. W., River scene in Norfolk, with wherry and f£irm-horses — zii X agj 

(Shaw), £15 15s. 

56 Watts, F. W., Stacking hay — loj x 26 (Leggatt), £15 4s. 6d. 

57 Wellesmith, J., The knitting-lesson — 20J X 16J (Lunn), ^^3 13s. 6d. 

Property of the late Mr. G. P. Stannage, Rutland House, 
London Road, Leicester. 

DRAWINGS. 

58 Aumonier, J., On the Avon, near Eckington — 14I X 22 (Jahn), £9 gs. 

59 Bennett, W., 1850, The heart of the forest — 39 X 30 (A. Ward), £12 is. 6d. 

60 Buckley, J. E., Slender and Anne Page — " Merry wives of Windsor" ; and 

Malvolio and the countess — " Twelfth night " ; a pair — 15 x 23 (Pickering), 
£7 17s. 6d. 

61 Garland, H., Return of the flock ; and Corning from market, by F. Mercer 

(Jahn), £6 16s. 6d. 

62 Roberts, H. B-, 1870, The farmer's daughter — ig X 17 (Whitehead), £3 3s. 

PICTURES. 

63 Adams, H. Clayton, 1906, The Surrey hills — 17 >: 23} (Spoor), £5 5s. 

64 Adams, J. Clayton, 1904, On the Colne — 35^ X 23! (D. M. Davis), £6 i6s. 6d. 

65 Adams, J. Clayton, igo3. Evening sunshine in the wheatfield — 23J X 35J 

(Jahn), £10 IDS. 

66 .\dams, J . Clayton, 1897, On the Kennet — 2gi X ig (Lister), £11 os. 6d. 

67 Adams, J. Clayton, Stream in Wales — 19J X 29^ (D. M. Davis), £8 8s. 

68 Adams, J. Clayton, 1905, The Llugwy, North Wales — 19J x 29J (Madocks), 

£10 IDS. 

69 Adams, J. Clayton, 1905, On the Thames — 14J :■: igi (Spoor), £6 i6s. 6d. 

70 Bailey, A. E., Hemingford Church, on the Ouse, Huntingdonshire — 48J X 29 

(Sampson), £7 17s. 6d. 

71 Bailey, A. E., On the Ouse : St. Ives, Huntingdonshire — 29^ X 49^ (Sampson), 

£8 8s. 

72 Barker, Wright, 1895, Playmates— 35 x 26J (Mitchell), £11 iis. 

73 Bates, David, i8g6, A Warwickshire streamlet — 23 J x 35 J (Sampson), 

£6 6s. 

74 Bright, H., On the coast of Northumberland — zgi -•; 52^ (Shepherd), £32 12s. 

75 Bromley, W., 1871, Scene from " The fortunes of Nigel " — 35^ X 47 (Mitchell), 

£7 7s. 

76 Davies, E., 1886, Hay-time — 12 X i8i (Jahn), £5 15s. 6d. 

77 Dawson, H., Tower of London — 39 X 59 (Sampson), £60 i8s. 

78 Dawson, H., 1849, Winding river : Evening — 25^ X 39 (Vicars), £14 14s. 

79 Dawson, H., A common — igj X 29J (Sampson), £17 17s. 

80 Gallon, R., Denizens of the Highland — 42 X 70 (Sampson), £8 8s. 

81 Gallon, R., Highland cattle by a river — 29^ X 49J (Permain), £21. 

82 Gallon, R., Evening in summer-time : Cattle watering — 2gi X 4gJ (Sampson), 

£15 15s. 

83 Gallon, R., On the Thames — 23! X sgi (Sampson), £6 i6s. 6d. 

84 Gallon, R., The village common — igi X 29J (Sampson), £6 i6s. 6d. 



February 26, 1912. 223 



85 Garland, H., Highland drove, in the land of Argyll — 31 X 49! (Sampson), 

£23 2S. 

86 Garland, H., Near Ballachulish — 35^ x 27^ (Sampson), £12 12s. 

87 Garland, H., Highland drove near Inveroran — 23! X 35^ (Sampson), £16 5s. 6d. 

88 Garland, H., The Highland drove — 23^ X 35^ (Sampson), £15 15s. 

89 Garland, H., From Ballachulish to Glencoe — 23^ ;■; 35^ (Sampson), jTie 5s. 6d. 

90 Garland, H., Highland drove near Ballachulish — 35^ x 27i (Cassell), i'lg 19s. 

91 Garland, H., Highlanders going South— 23J x 35! (Cassell), £18 i8s. 

92 Garland, H., Highlanders crossing the Burn — 23J x 35^- (Cassell), £18 i8s. 

93 Garland, H., Highland ford— 23J X 35i (Jahn), £17 17s. 

94 Garland, H., Turning the drove — 23J X 35^ (Lister), £15 4s. 6d. 

95 Garland, H., West Highland drove — 23^ X 35J (Cassell), £17 173. 

96 Garland, H., Highland droves, a pair — 29} X 24i- (Lister), £31 los. 

97 Garland, H., Drover's rest in the highlands — 29J x 24J (D. M. Davis), 

£12 I2S. 

98 Garland, H., Surrey milkmaids — 19 x 29J (Jahn), £12 is. 6d. 

99 Garland, H., The three sisters, Glencoe, unframed — 24 X 36 (Day), £13 13s. 
100 Haddon, Trevor, Turkey-vendors ; Christmas Eve, Verona — 19 x 25J 

(Sampson), £9 gs. 
loi Haddon, Trevor, Marketing, Toledo — 13J x 2oi (Jahn), £5 5s. 

102 Hayes, E., R.H.A., Katwyke Beach, stormy sunset : Dutch boats returning 

from sea — 38 x 54 (Sampson), £29 8s. 

103 Hill, J. J., Going to market — 35 x 27 (Sampson), £19 19s. 

104 Hill, J. J., Contentment, oval — 25 X 2oi (D. M. Davis), £21. 

105 Hill, J. J., The gleaner, oval — 24* X 20 J (Sampson), £14 14s. 

106 Holmes, G. A., 1880, Do you take sugar? — igi x 26^ (Jahn), £ig 19s. 

107 Hulme, F. W., 1866, Near Ockham, Surrey — agi X 49^ (Mitchell), £22 is. 

108 Hulme, F. W., i86r, Old cottage by the roadside — 23^ X igj (Sampson), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 
log Hunt, C, 1895, Out of repair — 15 x 22 (Mrs. Sinclair), £g 19s. 6d. 
no Hunt, C, i8g6, Paddy's wedding — ig x 15 J (Lister), £6 i6s. 6d. 

111 Hunt, E. Aubrey, Regatta-day on the river — 20 J x 3ii (Holland), £4 14s. 6d. 

112 Johnson, C. E., 1895, Windsor Castle, from the forest, R.A., 1895 — 45J x 70 

(Cassell), £42. 

113 Johnson, C. E., 1899, The Thames, from Richmond Hill — 25 X 39 (Cassell), 

£14 14s. 

114 Jones, C, 1890, Cattle in a pasture — 20J X 33} (Whitehead), £6 6s. 

115 Lee, F. R., R.A., and Cooper, T. S., R.A., View in Wales, with waterfall ; 

sheep in the foreground — 27 X 35 (Sampson), £15 15s. 

116 Niemann, E. J., 1863, Stokesay Castle, Salop — 14J x 29 (Mitchell), £7 17s. 6d. 

117 Noble, J. S., 1881, The horse-fair — 23J X 39J (WTiitehead), £11 iis. 

118 Noble, J. S., Fresh caught — iij x 23J (Madocks), £5 5s. 

no Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., 1885, Peel Castle, Isle of Man— 12J X i5i (Madocks), 
£5 15s. 6d. 

120 Oliver, W., Rivals— 35 x 27 (Mitchell), £6 6s. 

121 Oliver, W., Tales of the sea — 2gJ X 24J (Lister), £8 i8s. 6d. 

122 Pritchett, E., 1830, Near the Grand Canal, Venice — 30 x 46J (Madocks), 

£8 8s. 

123 Sherrin, D., Village church : Evening — igj x 2g| (Young), £4 4s. 

124 Sherrin, D., A Worcestershire church — igj X 2gJ (Permain), £5 5s. 

125 Smith, George, The next move — 34} X 30^ (Lister), £11 iis. 

126 Snowman, I., A fresh morning, R.A., igoi — 29^ X 19J (Whitehead), £8 83, 

127 Thors, J., Near Godalming— 23 x 35^ (Yeulett), £3 13s. 6d, 



224 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

128 Thors, J., Sunset in Surrey — 15 x 2ii (Gore), £2 12s. 6d. 

129 Thors, J., Stormy weather in Surrey — 15 X 21 (Yeulett), £3 3s. 

130 Turner, G., 1884, Near Knowle Hills, Derbyshire — 21 X 29J (Yeulett), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

131 Vickers, A., 1858, The river Cothi, near Caermarthen — 26J X 39 (Mitchell), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

132 Vickers, A., In the dales of Derbyshire — 29 X 24J (Mitchell), £7 17s. 6d. 

133 Vickers, A., Windsor Castle — 19 X 29 (Mitchell), ;fio los. 

134 Waller, S. E., 1902, Saint George and the dragon — 39 x 29 (Lister), £n 14s. 

135 Watson, R., 1901, Highland sheep — 13J x 20 J (Sinclair), £g gs. 
135 Webb, J., 1882-4, Shoreham, Sussex — 29J X 49J (Cassell), £■^1 10s. 

137 Webb, J., Departing day— 23 J X 35J (Mitchell), ^32 iis. 

138 Webb, J., Ehrenbreitstein on the Rhine — 16 x 23 J (Mitchell), £16 5s. 6d. 

139 Williams, E., An old watermill — 23 X 32 (Yeulett), £$ 5s. 

140 Woolmer, A. J., 1875, Maranda — 19 X 23 (Day), jfio los. 

141 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., The cUffs at Portal— 47i X 38 (Madocks), ;fio los. 

142 Wyilie, W. L., R.A., 1875, Off Greenwich — 17 X 35! (Permain), £16 i6s. 



March i, 1912. • 225- 



March ist, 191 1. Puttick's. 

96 Duchess of York, by C. Knight, after Sir W. Beechey, in colours, with full 

margins (Parsons), £5. 
102 The fair moralist (Mrs. Harding and son), by Bartolozzi, after Cosway, in 
brown (Pollard), £4 5?. 

CARICATURES IN COLOURS. 

116 Box Lobby loungers, etched by T. Rowlandson, at: :r H. Wigstead (Abrahams), 

£4 7s. 6d. 

117 Summer amusement, or Plajdng at bowles, by T. Rowlandson (Abrahams),. 

£1 10?. 

118 Housebreakers, and Damp sheets, aquatints, by T. Malton, after Rowlandson 

(Rimell), £1 los. 

119 An Italian family, and French family, by S. Aiken, after Rowlandson (Parsons), 

£2. 

120 Waiting for dinner ; At dinner ; After dinner ; Preparing for suppier : set of 

four aquatints, by Rowlandson (Rimell), £1 12s. 6d. 
123 Folkestone, with fisherman selling a cargo, by T. Rowlandson (Temple), 

£1 IS. 
130 The county club, by W. Dickinson, after Bunbury, printed in colovurs (McCaskie), 

i8s. 



141 View of Sydney, New South Wales, by S. Blake, 1802, with untrimmed margins 

(Carswell), £8 los. 
147 Lady seated in a landscape, in colours (Vaughan), £4 15s. 

149 The Rt. Hon. the Marchioness of Hertford, by W. Nutter, after Sir Joshua 

Reynolds, stipple in brown (Batsford), £16. 

150 Girl and calves, and Girl and pigs, by W. Ward, after G. Morland, mezzotint. 

(Lindow), £2 los. 

155 Portrait of a lady, after Dawe, mezzotint, proof before all letters (Batty), £4. 

156 Outward bound, and Homeward bound, by R. G. Reeve, after S. Walters, 

aquatints, in colours, a pair (Parker), £1 2S. 
166 Le Matin ; Le Midi ; L'Apres Midi ; and Le Soir, by Demarteau, after J. B. 
Huet, set of four, in colours (Parsons), £9 gs. 

172 Sterne conducting Maria into Moulines, circle, in red (Simpson), £2 7s. 6d. 

173 Beauties of Windsor. Lady Whitmore, by Thomas Watson, after Sir Peter 

Lely, mezzotint (Chaundy), £3 los. 

174 Ditto. The Countess of Rochester, by and after the same, mezzotint (Davis), 

£?■ 

175 Countess of Ranelagh, and Mrs. Ann Roydhouse, by J. Smith, mezzotints 

(ElUs), £4 5S. 

176 The Duchess of Grafton, by Smith, after Kneller, and Miss Kitty Fischer, by 

Fisher, after Reynolds, mezzotints (Jacobson), £4 15s. 

177 Duke of Bedford and his brothers and Miss Vernon, by Val. Green, after Sir 

Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint (Lauser), £7. 

178 Gardens of Carlton House, with Neapolitan ballad singers, by W. Dickinson, 

after Bunbury, in colours (R. L. White), £6. 

14 



226 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

179 Ulysses discovers Achilles, by W. Bond, after Kauffman, in colours (Tilby), £4. 
185 Duchess of Richmond, by Ryland, after Kaufiman, oval in red (Galstein), £2. 

188 James, Esirl of Fife, Viscount McDuff, by R. Dunkarton, after A. W. Davis, 

proof, large margins (Maggs), £3. 

189 Gipsy fortune teller, by J. Young, after W. Beechey, proof (Daniells), £9 gs. 

190 Mrs. Fitzherbert, by Conde, after Cosway, in colours, with margins (Colnaghi), 

£157 los. 
-191 Countess of Aylesford, by V. Green, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint, 

first state (Fylesford), £33 12s. 
193 The nest of love, by L. Marin, after J. B. Huet, oval, in colours, large margins 

(Rousseau), £4 14s. 6d. 

193 A snake in the grass, by J. R. Smith, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, in colours, 

and A Bacchante, ditto (Titley), £2 5s. 

194 Peasant boy and girl returning from milking, by Gaugain, after Westall, a 

pair, in colours (Brooker), £5 5s. 

195 Beauties of Brighton. The chain pier, and The Chalybeate, by Thomson, 

after Harper, in colours (Blythe), £2. 
194 A la Volupt6, and A la Beaute, by Roger, after Laurent, a pair of ovals, in 
colours (Lindow), £2. 

197 The reading lesson, after Adam Buck, a pair, in colours (Titley), £6 los. 

198 The reconciliation, by Freeman, after Adam Buck, in colours ( ), £4 7s. 6d- 

^99 Miss Waddy, by T. Cheesman, after Adam Buck, in colours (Goldstein), 

£3 15s. 
200 Angelica, by Stadler, after Adam Buck, in colours (Goldstein), £4 los. 

202 Alexis and Daphne, drawn and engraved by Wm. Piatt, oval, in black (Brail), 

203 Classical subjects, by Fielding, after Angelica Kauffman, circles, in colours 

a pair (Ma5me), £4 15s. 

204 The timber carters, and The gravel carters, by Reeve, after Wolstenholme, 

aquatints, in colours, a pair (Cornwall), £1 17s. 6d. 

207 Mrs. Billington as St. Cecilia, by J. Ward, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Pollard), 

£2 15s. 

208 Lord Nelson, by Earlom, after Beechey, mezzotint (Mitchell), £2 17s. 6d. 
aog ir Penseroso, by Keating, after Romney, in colours (Brail), £4 4s. 

213 Simplicity, after Reynolds (Lindow), 19s. 

214 Pointers and setters, by W. Ward, after Sartorius, mezzotints, a pair (Lindow) 

£8 8s. 

225 La Rose and La Main, after Debucourt, in colours (Lee), £1 12s. 6d. 

226 L'Escalade, and companion, after Debucourt, in colours (Lee), £2 5s. 

227 The last interview of Louis XVI with his family, in colours (Lockwood), 

£1 17s. 6d. 

Framed. 

263 Lady Charlotte Duncombe, by Norman Hirst, after Hoppner, mezzotint, 
signed proof (Graves), £3 15s. 

267 The Waterloo banquet, after Salter, proof (Graves), £3. 

268 Balaclava and lukerman, after Lady Butler, signed proofs (Graves), £3 5s. 

269 Revue du Gal. Bonaparte Per. Consul, by Pariguet, after Vernet, open-letter 

proof (Graves), £1 ids. 

270 Shoeing the bay mare, after Landseer, and another (Graves), £3 5s. • 

271 The maid and the magpie, by S. Cousins, after Landseer, signed proof (Graves), 

£2 5s. 

272 The siege and relief of Gibraltar, by W. Sharpe, after Copley (Graves), £1 los. 



March i, 1912. 227 

273 The Marchioness Camden, by H. T. Greenhead, mezzotint, signed proof 

(Graves), i8s. 

274 Children of the Marquis of Stafford, by S. Cousins, after Landseer, signed proo f 

(Graves), £2 5s. 

275 Children of the Duke of Abercorn, by Samuel Cousins, after Landseer, signed, 

proof (Graves), £2. 

276 Nature (The Calmady children), by Cousins, after Landseer, proof before 

letters, and Queen Victoria and chUdren, signed proof (Graves). 

277 Miss SeUna Beresford, by J. B. Pratt, after Hoppner, mezzotint (Graves), £1 5s. 

278 A naval engagement, by Norman Hirst, signed proof (Graves), £1 2S. 6d. 



228 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

March 2 and 4, 1913. Christie's. 

The Property of Sir Bruce W. Seton. 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 
DRAWINGS. 

1 Adan, L. Emile, The long walk — 13J X 19J (Huggins), £16 5s. 6d. 

2 Adan, L. Emile, The connoisseur — 14 J x 10 J (Thompson), £21. 

3 Beme-Bellecour, E., 1872, The rendezvous — 14} x 7l (Sampson), £5 5s. 

4 CafBeri, H., Juvenile gossips — 13J x 9!- (Baines), £6 6s. 

5 Chevilliard, V., A dose for his reverence — 9I x 12J (Tooth), £52 los. 

6 Chevilliard, V., The priest and his monkey — 7 x 5I (Mitchell), £21. 

7 ChiaUva, L., The cottage door — 12J x ipJ (Mitchell), £10 los. 

8 Cipriani, N., Marguerite — 14^ x6| (Permain), £1 iis. 6d. 

9 Coleman, E., Watering horses — 15 x 22I (Sampson), £8 8s. 

10 Coleman, H., 1874, Ploughing in the Campagna — sf x 5J (Lefevre), £1 iis. 6d, 

11 Detaille, E., 1891, Off duty— 9 x 7 (Woods), £68 5s. 

12 Fortuny, M., A courtier — 8i x 5 (Woods), £6 i6s. 6d. 

13 Gfeome, J. L., The blind beggar — 13I x 10 (Scott), £44 2S. 

14 G6rome, J. L., In the mosque — 9^ x 7 (Harman), £21. 

15 Israels, J., Waiting for father's return — 6J x gi (Wallis), £168. 

16 Lessore Jules, Greenwich — 6 x 14 (Vesley), £8 8s. 

17 Metzmacher, E., La Cigale — 17 x 13 (Thomas), £36 15s. 

18 Roussoff, A. N., 1895, A Cairo shop — 14I x gi (Fine Art Society), £18 i8s. 

19 Tenkate, H., 1864, Card-players — 7J x iij (Vicars), £13 13s. 

PICTURES. 

20 Ambros, R., 1893, The pottery-seller, Cairo, panel — loj x 8J (Leggatt), 

£17 17s. 

21 Benlliirre, J., A melon-seller, panel — 12J X 8i (Ward), £33 12s. 

22 Benlliure, J., Seven to one, panel — 5 x 7f (Vesley), £37 i6s. 

23 Bochmann, G. von, 1880, Leaving the homestead, panel — 7J x gi (Sampson), 

£42. 

24 Bonheur, Rosa, 1892, Lioness and cub at rest, panel — 8J x 12J (Tooth), 

£152 5S- 

25 Braith, A. (Munich), The coming storm — 20 x 38 (Lindlaw), £162 15s. 

26 Braith, A. (Munich), 1875, Changing pastures — 20 x 37 (Lindlaw), £147. 

27 Biittner, H., 1888, Going to the meet, panel — 8 x iif (Frost & Reed), £35 14s. 

28 Chevilliard, V., Dejeuner, panel— 8| x 6i (Mitchell), £43 is. 

29 Campo, F. del, Canale del Sastro, Venice, panel — 7j X 4J (Mitchell), £7 17s. 6d. 

30 Corrodi, H., At the window — 19 X ii| (Sampson), £8 8s. 

31 Cosenza, G., 1883, Neapolitan fisher-boys, panel — 7 X loj (Vesley), £8 8s. 

32 Damme, van, Premise de Printemps — 22I- x 16 (Bower), £10 los. 

33 Darasse, Georges, 1893, Une rue de Positano, Italy — 21 x 13! (Gooden & Fox), 

£4 4S. 
34. Detaille, E., The drum-major (study for the panorama of the Siege of Paris) — 
39J X 30J (Thrift), £14 14s. 

35 Deutsch, L., L'Emir, panel — 9^ x 6^ (Tooth), £52 los. 

36 Dupre, Julien, Brittany farmyard — 31 X 25 (Sampson), £60 183. 

37 Eckenfelden, F., 1887, The sledge — 14 X 21 (Vicars), £27 6s. 



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- 

38 Fantin-Latour, H., 1872, White roses in a glass — 11 x 8J (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£183 15s. 

39 Fichel, E., Au caf6, panel — 8J x 6 (Sampson), £46 4s. 

40 Flockeahaus, H., Winter sunset, panel — 13J x 10 (Halford), £4 4s. 

41 Fr6re, Ed., 1879, The young artist, panel — 12J x 8i (Wallis), £31 los. 

42 Gallegos, J., igoi, A rehearsal, panel — -12^ x i6i (Tooth), £84. 

43 G6rome, J. L., On the Nile, panel — 4} x 8 (Tooth), £26 3s. 

44 G6rome, J. L., A Pifierari, panel — 7 x 4J (Leslie), £52 los. 

45 Haannen, C. van, 1885, Head of a Venetian girl, panel — iii x 8i (Mitchell), 

£9 9S. 

46 Haquette, G., Etoile des Mers — 31 x 22 (Wyatt), £27 6s. 

47 Haug, Robert, 1880, Outside the guard-room, panel — 13J x 21J (Leger), 

£36 15s. 

48 Hernandez, D., Lady and pet dog, panel — 10 x 6| (Vicars), £23 2S. 

49 Hubert, E., Children before a shrine, panel — loi x 13J (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£141 15s. 

50 Jacquet, G., Dolce far niente, panel — 15 x loj (Gooden & Fox), £56 14s. 

51 Jeannin, G., Basket of flowers — 25 x 31 (Willis), £28 7s. 

52 Kaemmerer, F. H., Friends or foes ? — 10 x 15J (De Pallandt), £14 14s. 

53 Keller-ReutUngen, P. W. (Munich), 1883, Minding the Geese, panel — 21^ X 30J 

(Bower), £37 i6s. 

54 Kiesel, Conrad, Ready for the ball — 21J x 16 (Sampson), £42. 

55 Kiesel, Conrad, Kate, panel — 12 x 9* (Lindlaw), £25 4s. 

56 Kiesel, Conrad, A Brunette, panel — 10 x 7i (Godfrey), £14 3s. 6d. 

57 Lambert, L. E., Kittens — 12 x 15J (Godfrey), £36 15s. 

58 Madrazo, R., Columbine, panel — 8i x 5 (PeOe), £52 los. 

59 Madrazo, R., A favoiirite ballad, panel — iij x 65 (Head), £57 15s. 

60 Marchetti, L., The afternoon drive, panel — gJ x 13! (Vesley), £15 15s. 

61 Mauve, A., Cow drinking at a stream, panel — 9 x 12I (Wallis), £236 5s. 

62 Meissonier, J. L. E., Dante — loj x 6 (Wells), £283 los. 

63 Meyer, Beatrice, The future prima donna — 8J x 15J (Horton), £12 12s. 

64 Nador, A., Haunt of the deer, panel — 7^ x 15J (De Pallandt), £5 15s. 6d. 

65 Neuville, A. de, The ofi&cer's charges (study for the panorama of the Siege of 

Paris)— 35* X 38 J (Wallis), £24 3s. 

66 Nittis, J. de, 1876, The Thames Embankment — 20J x 28 (Thomas), £36 15s. 

67 Pasini, A., 1883, Bazaar scene, Constantinople — -loi x 13J (Mitchell), £81 i8s. 

68 Pasini, A., 1872, On guard — gj X 7 (Vesley), £42. 

69 Pavy, Ph., 1888, A Spanish Posada, Malaga, panel — 12 X i8f (Connell), 

£28 7s. 

70 Penne, O. de. Bloodhounds, panel — 15^ x loj (Gooden & Fox), £42. 

71 P^raire, P., 1881, On the Seine — 13J x 26* (Vesley), £16 i6s. 

72 Ramos, Garcia y. La Foire de Seville, panel — 11 x 6| (Sampson), £26 5s. 

73 Roybet, F., The challenge, panel — loi x 6 (WiUiams), £78 15s. 

74 Ruben, F., 1879, Venetian waterway, panel — loj x 15 (Gooden & Fox), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

75 Sadie, Ph., The convent garden, panel — ^J x 12J (Heather), £16 i6s. 

76 Sad6e, Ph., Waiting for the boat, panel — gi x 7! (ConneU), £56 14s. 

77 Schefier, Ary, Paolo and Francesca, panel — 12J x 17J (East), £36 15s. 

78 Schmidt, E. A., The artist's studio, panel — 76i x 5 (Sampson), £2 6s. 

79 Stahlmiiller, K., A quiet flirtation, panel — 13 x 2il (Leggatt), £11 us. 

80 Tissot, J. J., The fan — 14^ x igi (Neale), £12 12s. 

81 Velten, W. (Munich), The horse fair, panel — gj x i2i (Vesley), £46 4s. 

82 Velten, W. (Munich), A repast en route, panel — 9 x 12J (Mitchell), £36 15s. 



230 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

83 Velten, W. (Munich), In ambush, panel — 81 x i2i (Vesley), £42. 

84 Verboeckhoven, E., Ewes, lamb, poulfxy, and ducks, panel — 5J x 7i (Pennaia), 

£73 los. 

85 Vibert, J. G., 1873, The reprimand, panel — 5^ x 81 (Sampson), £42. 

86 Voss, C, 1888, On the terrace — 14 J x 8i (Sampson), £7 7s. 

87 Vrolyk, Jan, 1879, Two cows in a pasture, panel — iif x 15 (WalUs), £13 13s. 

88 Wopfner, J., The fisherman, panel — 5 x 10 (Vesley), £22 is. 

89 Ziem, F., Port of Marseilles, panel — 5J x 8J (Thrift), £65 2S. 

BRITISH SCHOOL. 
PICTURES. 

90 Alma-Tadema, Sir L., R.A., The mirror, panel — 13I x 81 (Agnew), £325 10s. 

91 Barber, C. Burton, 1887, The lost chord— 35 x 25I (Tooth), £126. 

92 BeaNas, R., Mending the old plough. Pas de Calais — 14 x igi (Gooden & Fox), 

£10 lOS. 

93 Boughton, G. H., R.A., 1868, Breton pastoral — 15J X 12J (Gooden & Fox), 

£23 2S. 

94 Breakspeare, W. A., Dans I'AteUer, panel — gf x 13! (Sampson), £22 is. 

95 Caldecott, R., A Kentish cottage — 7i x 11^ (Gooden & Fox), £12 12s. 

96 Cole, Vicat, R.A., 1891, Cookham — loi x i7i (Gooden & Fox), £105. 

97 Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1862, On the Lagunes, Venice — loj x i6i (Vesley), £21. 

98 Cooper, T. S., R.A., i860. Flock of sheep in snow, panel — gi x 14! (King), 

£54 12s. 

99 Davis, H. W. B., R.A., 1889, Loch Maree — 14* x 29J (Agnew), £84. 
100 Davis, H. W. B., R.A., 1903, TwiUght — 11 x i8i (Sampson), £78 15s. 

loi Forbes, Stanhope A., R.A., 1894, Paul Church Tower — 23J x 35^ (Leggatt), 
£40 19s. 

102 Farquharson, J., A.R.A., The hour of prayer — 15I- x iii (Vesley), £39 i8s. 

103 Gotch, T. C, The dancing-lesson, panel — y\ x 9 (Sampson), £12 12s. 

104 Graham, Peter, R.A., 1881, Highland mist — 19J x 29! (Merson), £315. 

105 Graham, Peter, R.A., 1903, A stormy coast — 1I2 x 19^ (Merson), £178 los. 

106 Hale, E. Matthew, The garden — 17 x iij (Frost & Reed), £2 12s. 6d. 

107 HalsweUe, Keeley, A.R.S.A., 1888, Constantinople — 12! X 19^ (Vesley), 

£68 5s. 

108 Harding, J. D., Bathampton — iii x idh (Vicars), £10 los. 

109 HoU, F., R.A. 1880, The young mother — i7i x 13} (Byass), £25 4s. 

no Hughes-Stanton, H., 1900 Hampstead Heath — 8i x iij (Sampson), £15 15s. 

111 Ladell, E., Fruit, wine-glass and casket — 16I x 13^ (Coke), £31 los. 

112 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., 1824, The cat's-paw, panel — 30 x 27J (Agnew), £819. 

113 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., " Pixie " : a terrier, and rabbit — 2oi x 26! (Vicars), 

£105. 

114 Leader, B. VV., R.A., 1897, Surrey pines, evening — 13J x 10 (Sampson), 

£63. 

115 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1889, An April day, Whittington, Worcester — 8i x 14^ 

(Gooden & Fox), £68 5s. 

116 Leighton, E. Blair, 1888, Autumn evening : A sportsman's return, panel — 

8 X loj (Stuart), £14 14s. 

117 Logsdail, W., 1882, Venetian doorway- — 23i x 18 (Mitchell), £39 i8s. 
ir8 Lucas, J. Seymour, R.A., 1903 — i2i x igj (Tooth), £105. 

" God rest ye merry gentlemen, 
L"t nothing you dismay." 

—Old Carol. 



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119 Lucas, J. Seycaour, R.A., 1902, The clouds that gather round the setting sun — 

12* X 2iJ- (Mitchell), £75 i2s. 

120 Lucas, J. Seymour, R.A., 1877, Haddon Hall— i7i x 23* (Lister), £23 2S. 

121 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., The proscribed royalist, panel— 9I X 7f (Agnew), 

£282 lOS. 

122 Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., 1878, Asking a favour, panel — 7J X loJ (Connell), 

£110 5=. 

123 Parsons, Alfred, R.A., A shady pool — 8J x i2i (Gooden & Fox), £9 9s. 

124 Paton, Sir J. Noel, R.S.A., Vade Satana ! — 9! x 12 (Sampson), £26 5s. 

125 Pettie, J., R.A., 1866, The cardinal — 21 x 13J (Gooden & Fox), £65 2S. 

126 Phihp, J., R.A., The cradle — 12 x i7i (Connell), £35 14s. 

127 Poynter, Sir E. J., P.R.A., 1900, Water-babies, R.A., 1900 — 20 x 15 (Gooden 

and Fox), £294. 

128 Riviere, Briton, R.A., 1888, In charge— 11 X SJ (Burr), £56 14s. 

129 Steer, H. R., 1903, " Buy a long thread lace " — loJ X i6f (Leggatt), £14 14s. 

130 Stone, Marcus, R.A., 1877, Sacrifice— 15! x 23J (Thomas), £68 5s. 

131 Stone, Marcus, R.A., 1882, Wild Flowers, panel — gi x 4^- (Vicars), £21. 

132 Thorne-Waite, R., Summer — 12 x 18 (Frost & Reed), £44 2S. 

133 Webster, T., R.A., 1849, Dotheboys Hall : The brimstone and treacle scene, 

panel — 8J- x iif (Vicars), £99 15s. 

134 Wiraperis, E. M., 1885, Common scene, with cattle by a stream — iij X 17! 

(Gooden & Fox), £84. 

135 Woods, H., R.A., 1884, On the lagoon : Venetian girl by a stream, panel — 

i2i X 9 (Vicars), £33 12s. 

136 Woods, H., R.A., 1896, At Sierre, Upper Rhone Valley, panel — loV X 6J 

(Vicars), £39 i8s. 

PICTURES BY OLD MASTERS. 

137 Herp, G. van. Card-players — 15J X 2ii (Cohen), £44 2s. 

138 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Miss Kitty Fisher, a sketch — 24 X 2oi (Agnew), 

£378. 

139 Steenwyck, H., Fish and still life on a table, panel — 8i x iii (Cohen), £21. 

140 German School. The baptism of Christ ; The marriage at Cana ; Christ and 

the Centurion ; and The miracle of the loaves and fishes : A set of four 
panels, with eight other subjects from the Life of Christ on the reverse, 
mounted as a four- leafed screen, 60 ins. high (Renton), £99 15s. 

BRITISH SCHOOL. 

DRAWINGS. 

141 Alhngham, H., Old cottage at Pinner — 14^^ x 11 (Graham), £30 gs. 

142 Alhngham, H., Washing-day — 7.V x 7 (Graham), £12 12s. 

143 Coleman-Angell, H., Rabbit eating wild celery — 7i x loi (Sampson), £1 is. 

144 & 145 Bacon, Henry, 1899, The Ramassum at Thebes — 12J X igi ; Beavis, R., 

Haifa, Mount Carmel — 14J x aij (Huggins), £10 los. 

146 Bradley, Basil, 1894, Softly falls the eventide — 15 x 23J (Wise), £19 19s. 

147 Browne, Gordon, i88g, The baron's intimates — loi x 15J (Neuman), £2 12s. 6d. 

148 Browne, Gordon, 1888, Can a stone feel ? — 8* x 5* (Leggatt), £4 4s. 

149 Bucknall, E. P., Road to the farm — 12 x 21J (W. Permain), £2 2S. 

150 Burgess, J., Old buildings ; and Gateway, a pair — lo.V x 14 (Dclame), 17s. 

151 Burton, Sir F. W., R.H.A., L'Ecuyer — i7i X 13 (Pole), £35 14s. 

152 Caldecott, R., Venetian sketches, six in one frame (Hunter), £22 is. 

153 & 154 Cattermole, C, Path through the forest — 14 x lo.V ; Cattermole, C, 1862, 

A trumpeter — 12J x gi (Permain), £2 12s. 6d. 



232 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

155 Cattermole, G., On the terrace — 11 x 8J (Pawsey & Payne), £7 17s. 6d. 

156 Clausen, G., R.A., 1885, Mowing — 13 x 14 (Alfred), ^^48 6s. 

157 Cole, Vicat, R. A., 1886, May-blossom — 13^ x 17;- (Pawsey & Payne), £6 i6s. 6d. 

158 Coleman, F., 1878, The lesson — iji x loj (Sampson), £1 ros. 

159 Coleman, W. S., Boys in a punt — 4J x 8 (Amor), £9 gs. 

160 Coleman, W. S., A white horse on the cliff — 5 x 7^ (Goode), £1 iis. 6d. 

161 Coleman, W. S., Poultry — 6 x 4f (Bankes), £2 2S. 

162 Cotman, F. G., 1891, From a window-sill in Durham — lol x 7| (Pawsey and 

Payne), £1 iis. 6d. 

163 Cox, D., Westminster from the Thames — jj x 71 (Permain), £27 6s. 

164 Dicksee, F., R.A., 1889, Coming from church — 13J x 10 (Tooth), £99 15s. 

165 Dicksee, F., R.A., 1874, Joyous summer — 5J x 8 (Alfred), £63. 

166 Dobson, W. C. T., R.A., The pet rabbit — 3 x 3f (Sampson), £1 is. 
J67 Duncan, E., 1859, Romney marshes — S x 20 (Huggins), £10 los. 

168 East, Sir Alfred, A.R.A., Rainy day — -12 X 2oi (Frost & Reed), £5 5s. 

169 East, Sir Alfred, A.R.A., Cathedral, Tours — si x 7l (Sampson), £1 is. 

170 Ellis, Tristram, 1885, St. Michael's Mount — 9 x 20J (More), £1 iis. 6d. 

171 Fahey, E. H., 1889, Breakwaters — gf x i6| (Bowden), £2 los. 

172 Fielding, C, Sea piece, with fishing-boat in a breeze — 7J x gi (Sampson), 

£45 3S. 

173 Finn, Herbert J., 1899, Christchurch gate — 20 x 12 (Vesley), £3 13s. 6d. 

174 Foster, Birket, On the road to market — 9J x 17^ (Mitchell), £2 12s. 6d. 

175 & 176 Fripp, C. E., Wharf at Canton 5I x 8J ; Fulleylove, J., 1889, Gate ot 

honour, Caius College, Cambridge — 5 X 7 (Vesley), £4 14s. 6d. 

177 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1863, The trumpeter— 14J x 18J (King), £47 5s. 

178 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., In ambush — 11^- x i6;- (Bird), £31 los. 

179 Gilbert, Sir J.^ R.A., 1867, The captive : Black Down, Surrey — gi x 13! 

(Ellis), £15 15s. 

180 Goodwin, A., 1900, Afterglow on the Nile — 6|" x 9I (Amor), £10 los. 

181 Goodwin, A., Ciovelly— 6i x 8i (Gray), £6 6s. 

182 Gow, A. C, R.A., 1871, The reveille — 13^ x 9J (Bowden), £36 15s. 

183 Green, C, 1874, Council of war — iif x 19J (Bowden), £42. 

184 Green, C, 1867, Little Nell at the fair— 8 x 15* (Leggatt), £21. 

185 Green, D., Barbican, Plymouth — 9J x 13J (Baines), £3 5s. 

186 Haag, Carl, 1855, Un Fratedi St. CarUn — 13J x gj (Alfred), £3 13s. 6d. 

187 Haag, Carl, In the desert — 5J x ii| (Vesley), £16 5s. 6d. 

188 Hague, L., Interior of the Town Hall, Antwerp — 12J x 10 (Soden), £7 7s. 

189 Hardy, Heywood, Joey — 9} x 5I (Misell, junr.), 15s. 

190 Hayes, E., R.H.A., In the North Sea— 5 X 8f (Vesley), £6 i6s. 6d. 

191 Herkomer, Sir H. von, R.A., 1888, The naughty boy — 6\ x gj (Sampson), 

£25 4S. 

192 Herkomer, Sir H. von, R.A., 1887, At the church door — 6| x 4I (Sampson), 

£15 15s. 

193 Hobson, C. J., A reverie — 12! x 6J (Amor), £7 7s. 

194 Hunt, A. W., Clovelly harbour, Devon — 7j x loj (Vicars), £21. 

195 Hunt, W., Studies of dogs, three, in one frame (Wylde & Co.), £6 6s. 

J96 Hait*, G. C, 1903, By the bridge, Venice — 6 x g\ (Frost & Reed), £4 14s. 6d. 

197 Hall, G. L., i86g, Pen-y-hoU stack on the Pembroke Coast — 9 x 19 (Vesley), 

£1 15s. 

198 Harper, H. A., 1892, The bazaar, Luxor, Egypt — si >' 6| (Amor), £1 is. 

199 Hulk, W. F., In the shade — 9} x 6i (Bower), £1 us. 6d. 

aoo Ingram, W. Aycrst, i8go. Unloading grain, Falmouth — 15 X 26 (Vesley), 
£5 15s. 6d. 



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201 King, Yeend, Preparing for Christmas — 12^ x 9 (Huggins), £6 16s. 6d. 

202 Kilburne, G. G., The love song — 7 x 10 (Tooth), £14 14s. 

203 Kilburne, G. G., 1868, The itinerant ribbon-seller — gj x 6 (White), £9 9s. 

204 Knight, D. Ridgway, 1882, Returning from the fields — 14^ X loj (Sampson), 

£30 gs. 

205 Knight, D. PUdgway, 1882, Returning from the fields — 14J x loi (Mitchell), 

£30 9S. 

206 Langley, Walter, A Newlyn fishwife — 8J x 5I (Gooden & Fox), £15 15s. 

207 Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., Jehu — 5 x 6 (Sampson), £10 los. 

208 Lloyd, Tom, Taking home the cow and calf — ijl x 36 (Maclean), £31 los. 

209 Linnell, J., sen., Hampstead Pond — 5i x 7i (Alfred), £13 13s. 

210 Macquoid, P., Lords and Commons — 13 X loj (Vesley), £5 15s. 6d. 

211 Macwhirter, J., R.A., Evening, Kinraha — 8J x 16 (Vicars), £26 5s. 

212 McKewan, D. H., Highland road — 17 x 23* (Sampson), £3 3s. 

213 Marks, George, 1887, Spring-time — 22 x i8| (Mitchell), £5 5s. 

214 Medlycott, H., 1889, St. Paul's fsom Cherry Garden Pier — gj X 21 (Baines), 

£6 6s. 

215 Menpes, Mortimer, In the garden — 10^ x 81 (Sampson), £2 2s. 

216 Moore, H., R.A., 1886, Dead calm, Cherbourg harbour — 10 x 17J (Sampson), 

£7 7s. 

217 Nettleship, J. T., 1892, Lion and lioness at play, pastel — 15 x 23^ (Mullen), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 

218 Parsons, Alfred, R.A., 1877, Early morning — izl x igj (Healey), £10 los. 
2ig Pike, W. H., 1889, The march past — 12 x 18J (Vesley), £9 igs. 6d. 

220 Pilsbury, Wilmot, Almshouse at Silworthy Porlock — loj x 14I (Phillips), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

221 Powell, Sir F., 1875, A gUmpse of the sea — 8 x 13J (Gooden & Fox), £5 15s. 6d. 

222 Poynter, Sir E. J., P.R.A., Windsor Castle — 6 x loi (Sampson), £10 los. 

223 Rackham, Arthur, 1901, In the Austrian Tyrol — 7 x 10 (Spencer), £2. 

224 Reynolds, F. G., Landscapes, with figures and deer, three, in one frame (Vesley), 

£18 i8s. 

225 Rivers, Leopold, Roadside inn — 10 x 7j (Vicars), £5 5s. 

226 Riviere, Briton, R.A., i86g, Game of fox and geese — 11 x 28 (Sampson) 

£117 I2S. 

227 Robertson, C, Fruit-shop, Tangier — loj x 7 (Vesley), £2 12s. 6d. 

228 Roberts, D., R.A., 1838, Carmona — 8J x 12 (Vesley), £25 4s. 

229 Rossiter, C, Reading the dispatch — 6| x 4I (King), £1 los. 

230 Sainton, C, The fairy's haunt — igf X 12 (Sampson), £19 igs. 

231 Shaw, Byam, Cupid's pastime — 13J x gi (Tooth), £12 12s. 

232 Sandby, P., R.A., Woody landscape, with a peasant-boy driving animals, 

pastel — 24^ X 31 (Dunmore), £4 14s. 6d. 

233 Smith, Carlton A., i8g4. Evening — iii X I7i (Lister), £4 4s. 

234 Stanfield, C, R.A., 1826, Old bridge — 7|- x 10 (Bowden), £32 iis. 

235 Steer, H. R., i8g2, A friendly critic — 10 x 6| (Leggatt), £143 6s. 

236 Stone, Marcus, R.A., i86g, Nell Gwynne — 13 x igj (Mitchell), £35 14s. 

237 Sturge, F. W., Stranded — 6J x 14^ (MiseU, jun.), 5s. 

238 Tayler, F., The huntsman — loj x 8 J (Vicars), £3 3s. 

239 Tennicl, Sir John, Bumble at home, or The winter of our discontent — 7 x 11 

(Leggatt), £13 13s. 

240 Thompson, Wilfred, Gardino del Largo, Borghese Gardens — 13! x 20 (Vesley),. 

£2 2S. 

241 Topham, F. W. W., 1888, His reverence — 20 x 29 (Mitchell), £18 7s. 6d. 
243 Thorne-Waite, R., Oxwich Bay, South Wales — iij x 18 (Vicars), £33 iis. 



234 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

243 Tyndale, Walter, The Beguinage, Bruges — 7 J x 10 (Vesley), £g gs. 

244 Waterlovv, Sir E. A., R.A., The old home — 14 x 2o5^ (Vicars), £39 i8s. 

245 Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., In the Warren, Folkestone — y x io| (Vicars), 

£11 IIS. 

246 Weir, Harrison, 1867, A water party — gf- x 13J (Vicars), £4 4s. 

247 Weir, Harrison, 1863, Mare and foal — 7j x loj (Huggins), £1 iis. 6d. 

248 Werner, C, 1868, Place of the citadel, Cairo — 7f x 5}- (Vesley), £16 i6s. 

249 Whymper, J. W., 1880 The barge — 7| x 14^ (Gooden & Fox), £2 12s. 6d. 

250 Whymper, J. W., 1889, An old lock — 12 x 18 (Baines), £10 los. 

251 Willis, H. B., 1863, Cattle at the estuary of a river — io| x 2ii (Alfred), 

£42. 

252 de Wint, P., Hoveringham on the Trent — 7J- x 12 (King), £37 i6s. 

253 WylUe, W. L., R.A., New York Harbour — 5I x 12J (Vicars), £11 os. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

254 Adams, J. Clayton, 1888, Afterglow — io| x 14J (Gooden & Fox), £2 12s. 6d. 

255 Beavis, R., Where Guadalquiver's waters glide — iii x 19I (Sampson), 

£13 13s. 

256 Boughton, G. H., R.A., La Feuille, panel — 6 X 93 (Neuraan), £1 iis. 6d. 

257 Burr, J., Courtship, panel — 11 J x 81- (Huggins), £9 19s. 6d. 

258 & 259 Caldecott, R., Sketch at Kemsing — 8 x 12% ; Charlton, J., 1880, An 

expectant trio — loj x 14! (Sampson), £7 7s. 

260 ColUns, Charles, Cattle resting — gj x 13^ (Wells), £4 4s. 

261 ColUns, Charles, Cottages at Mill Hook, near Bude — gi x 132 (Welsh), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

262 Creswick, T., R.A., Across the common, with figures by W. P. Frith, R.A., 

panel— 13J x 17* (King), £35 14s. 

263 Etty, W., R.A., Mars and Venus, panel, circular — 7\ ins. diam. (Permain), 

£29 8s. 

264 Hale, E. Matthew, i8gg. The woman-stealers — 7\ x 11 (Spencer), £1 iis. 6d. 

265 Hardy, F. D., 1862, The sweep, panel — dh x 8| (Vicars), £29 8s. 

266 Hardy, J., sen.. The frugal meal and Mid-day rest, a pair — g| x 13^ 

(Mitchell), £14 3s. 6d. 

267 Herring, J. F., The homestead — 17! X 23* (Gooden & Fox), £26 5s. 

268 Knight, J., Old road, near Pandy Mill — 13J x 17I (Sampson), £6 i6s. 6d. 
26g Knowles, Davidson, 1888, Twickenham — i6f- x 11 J- (Mitchell), £2 2S. 

270 Logsdail, W., i8g3. Comer of the Palazzo Camello, Venice, panel — iji X 7j 

(Leggatt), £21. 

271 Logsdail, W., 1884, Venetian housetop, panel — ^10 x 7j (Sampson), £10 los. 

272 Maclise, D., R.A., The harpist — 8J x 14^ (Gross), £2 2s. 

273 Montalba, Hilda, Venetian garden, panel — 15.V x 7| (Leggatt), £1 is. 

274 Morton, G., Startled, panel — gl x 6\ (Gooden & Fox), £8 8s. 

275 Mulready, W., R.A., Measuring heights — 4;f x 3J (Permain), £6 6s. 

276 O'Kelly, Aloysius, Street scene, Cairo — -iij X 14 (Amor), £4 4s. 

277 Parton, Ernest, 1883-4, Last of autumn — 25! x 16J (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£12 I2S. 

278 Pickering, J. L., St. Florentine, Yonne — 7J X iii { — ), £x 15s. 
27g Reid, J. R., i87g, Rural retreat — iij X igi (Holmes), £9 gs. 

280 Shaw, Walter, 1887, Breakers on the coast — igi x agj (Vicars), £3 3s. 

281 Skelton, J., 1888, A tiff— iiA X 15! (Mitchell), £8 i8s. 6d. 

282 Stone, Marcus, R.A., 1880, The posy, panel — 8 x 5J (Sampson), £15 4s. 6d. 

283 Walton, Frank, Furze down, Dorking — igl x 2gl (Tooth), £21. 

284 Woods, H., R.A., Head of Venetian girl, panel — 8J x 6i (Sampson), £15 15s. 



March 4 and 5, 19 12. 235 



March 4th and 5th, 19 12. Sotheby's. 

PORTRAITS, ETC., AFTER SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS. 

2 Oliver Goldsmith, by Marchi, first state (Breun), ^3 7s. 

8 The Marlborough family, by C. Tm^er, proof (Brail), ^2 2s. 

12 Francis Charteris, by R. Houston, proof before all letters (James), £2 los. 

21 Lord Grantham and his brothers, by Cheesman (James), f^2 i6s. 

22 Angelica Kauflman, by Bartolozzi, printed, in red (Dickson), £2 i8s. 

23 Mrs. Sheridan as St. Cecilia, by T. Watson, in bistre (James), £3 12s. 

24 Mrs. Caruac, by J. R. Smith (Yeulett), los. 

17 & 28 Collina (Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick), by Jones, open-letter proof ; Sylvia 
(Lady Ann Fitzpatrick), by Jones, open-letter proof (Maggs), £4 4s. 

30 The girl and kitten, by Bartolozzi, in bistre (James), £4 2s. 6d. 

31 Venus chiding Cupid, by Bartolozzi, proof before letters (F. Daniell), £6 los. 

34 Mrs. Camac, by J. R. Smith (Brail), los. 

35 Lady CaroUne Howard, by V. Green, proof (Brail), 12s. 

37 Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, by S. W. Reynolds, after Owen, proof before letters 

(Breun), £1 3s. 
41 Jean Jacques Rousseau, by Martin, after Ramsay, proof before letters (Rimell), 

£2 4S. 
93 Charles James Fox, by Jones, after Reynolds (Tregaskis), £2 8s. 

95 Mrs. Elliot, by Dean, after Gainsborough (Sabin), £5 5s. 

96 Boys and dogs, by Birche, after the same (Brail), £2 6s. 

117 Race horse, " Rosette," by W. Ward, after Amicus (Maggs), £1 5s. 

118 Drawing the Gladiator, by Pether, after Joseph Wright. 

122 Admiral Vernon, by McArdell, after Gainsborough (Parker), los. 
129 Holbein's wife, by Bartolozzi, after Holbein, printed in colours (Chaundy), iis. 
131 Cupid and Psyche, by Say, proof before all letters (James), 12s. 
142 Morning, or The benevolent sportsman, Evening, or The sportman's retura, 
by J. Grozer, after G. Morland, open-letter proofs (Lauser), £19 ros. 



181 Constable, J., A windmill, by D. Lucas, proof before letters (James), £1. 
MODERN ETCHINGS. 

187 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, On the test (E. Parsons), £3 3s. 

188 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, Water meadow, and Kensington Gardens (Agnew), 

£8 los. 

189 Whistler, J. M., The music room (portraits of Seymour Haden and his wife) 

(Maggs), £3 5?. 

190 Whistler, J. M., Reading by lamplight, and Reading in bed (Hayter), £4 5s. 

191 Whistler, J. M., Landscape, with horses grazing, and dog on a kennel 

(Neumayer), £3 3s. 

192 Whistler, J. M., A little boy, and Annie, standing (Neumayer), £3 3s. 

193 Whistler, J. M., Nurse and child ; and En Plein Soleil (McDonald), £4 15s. 

194 Whistler, J. M., Seymour; and La Mere Gerard (Hayter), £3 15s. 

195 Whistler, J. M., Title page to the French set ; and Liverdun (E. Parsons), £2. 

196 Cameron, D. Y., A Norman \dllage (Studholme), £1 ids. 

197 Cameron, D. Y., The Lea, near Rye House ; and \\ inchester and St, Cross 

(Newbold), 12s, 



236 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

198 Cameron, D. Y., Charterhouse Schools, Goldaming ; Upper Green, Charter- 

house ; The Chapel and Founders' Tomb, Charterhouse ; and the Towers 
of Charterhouse (Rimell), 17s. 

199 Cameron, D. Y., Kingsgate, Winchester ; A gentleman of leisure ; Milestones ; 

and Death on the march (Neumayer), los. 

200 Cameron, D. Y., Beaufort Tower, St. Cross ; Kingsgate, Winchester ; and 

Perth Bridge (Day), £2 2S. 

201 Strang, W., Portraits of Charles Cotton and Isaac Walton ; On the city wall ; 

William the Conqueror, and 2 others (Rimell), iis. 

202 Strang, W., The incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney ; In the Fukh ; In the 

House of Suddhoo ; Beyond the pale ; The man who would be king ; and 
three others (Rimell), £1 is. 

203 Strang, W., Lispeth ; A disturber of traffic ; The return of Imray ; Bertran 

and Bimi ; Bread upon the waters : and three others (Rimell), £1 is. 

204 Brangwyn, Frank, Santa Maria della salute from the street (N. 124), on india 

paper, signed (Homer), £14 15s. 

An interesting collection of Etchings, the Property of a 
Collector. 

(The references are to the Catalogue Raisonne par Malassis-Thibaudeau, i877, 
Nos. I to 168 ; as continued by Beraldi to No. 258, and by Legros to No. 631.) 

A. Legros. 

205 Etude de Tete d'Homme (20), second of the described states (Parsons), 14s. 

206 Tete de Module (26), fourth state (Colnaghi), £1 2S. 

207 T6te de Module (27), an untouched impression of the only state, without the 

retouching of the left eye (Colnaghi), iSs. 

208 Paysan Breton (29), third state (Parsons), 3s. 

209 La Petite Marie (30), proof (Neumayer), i8s. 

210 Portrait of Jules Dalou (40) (Colnaghi), ids. 

211 La Mort de Saint Francois {56), second and third states (Colnaghi), £3 iSs. 

212 Les Chantres Espagnols (59), third state, margin cut; and Le Mendiant (70), 

second state (Parsons), £1 2s. 

213 Les Vagabonds de Montrouge (71) ; and Le Voyageur a I'Abri (83), third state 

(Colnaghi), £2 2S. 

214 La Charette brisee (87), second state; and Le Mendiant aveugle (92) (Parsons), 

i6s. 

215 Le Livre de Comptes (119), margin cut; and Le Geographe (134) (Parsons), 

£1 IDS. 

216 La Mort dans le Poirier (140), two impressions of the third or fifth states 

(Parsons), los. 

217 La Mort et le Bucheron No. 2 (142), eleventh state ; and L'Incendie (144), 

ninth state (Arnold), £1 los. 

218 Souvenirs des Funambules (147), the four etchings on two plates, second 

state; and another (164) (Rimell), 5s. 

219 Tfite d'Homme (166), only state, signed (Parsons), £1 iis. 

220 Les deux Tfites (184), two heads on one plate, signed (Rimell), £1 is. 

221 T6te d'Enfant (193), first state, before the plate was cut (Colnaghi), £1 2S. 

222 T6te (203), first state (Parsons), £1 8s. 

223 Tfite de Mendiant (205), second state (Parsons), £1 4s. 

224 T6te d'Homme (207), Parsons), £1 7s. 

225 T6te de Vieillard (208) ; and Le Reveur (224) Parsons), £1 los. 



March 4 and 5, 1912. 237 

226 Vase aux Masques (243), the rare second state ; and two impressions, fourth 

state, one signed (Colnaghi), 17s. 

227 T6te de Satyre (248), proof and counterproof of second state (Parsons), 12s. 

228 Marteau de Porte (251), second state; and Vase 4 Anses avec Masques (256) 

(Rimell), 5s. 

229 Vase avec deux Enfants (257), first impression ; from the Gueraut collection 

(Colnaghi), 14s. 
330 Fragment de la Containe dite la Source aux Masques (283), three impressions 
of the same subject (Parsons), i6s. 



231 Legros, A., Head of the artist (212), second state (Rimell), (/z los. 

232 Legros, A., Les Faiseurs de Fagots (182), fourth state (Parsons), ^■z. 

233 Legros, A., Les Bords de la Liane (240), second state, signed (Studholme), ;f r tos. 

234 Legros, A., Mendiants Anglais (85), before the lettering (Neumayer), £r 73. 



ETCHINGS AND DRAWINGS. 
Framed. 



238 Fitton, Hedley, Glasgow gateway, signed (Agnew), £17. 

240 Short, Sir Frank, R.A., Peveril's Castle, Derbyshire, dry point (S. 283) ; and 

The iron hulk, Liverpool, etching (S. 134), both signed (Parsons), £4 8s. 

241 Haig, Axel, Kirkstall Abbey, etching, signed (Klackner), ^^i 3s. 

242 Haig, Axel, Amiens Cathedral, etching, signed (Dunthorne), £1 i8s. 

243 Haig, Axel, Canterbury Cathedral ; and A view in Wisby, Isle of Gotland, 

looking towards the sea, pencil sketches, both signed A. H. (Vicars), £1 is. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

244 Turner, W. (of Oxford), Hon. George Venables Vernon, by J . Dean, after 

Gainsborough, in colours (Langley), £4. 

DAVID LUCAS, AFTER J. CONSTABLE. 

34S A deli, Helmingham Park, Suffolk (Rimell), £\ i6s. 

246 Salisbury Cathedral, from the meadows (smill plate) (Vicars), £5. 

247 The opening of Waterloo Bridge, June i6th, 1817, trial proof, touched by the 

artist (Williamson), £3 2s. 6d. 

248 The white horse ; River Stour, scarce (Vicars), £3 5s. 

249 Porch of church at East Bergholt, Suffolk (Williamson), £i 3s. 

250 Castle Acre Priory (Brail), £1 i6s. 

251 A cottage in a cornfield (Vicars), £1 i8s. 

252 Flatford Mill, on the Stour (from the towing path) (Vicars), £4. 

253 Stonehenge ; and The departing storm — view on the Thames, open-letter 

proof, scarce (Vicars), £1 15s. 

254 Cornfields near Brighton (Vicairs), £2. 

255 Upright Mill, near Brighton (Vicars), £2 i8s. 

256 Gillingham Mill, Dorsetshire (Vicars), £3 15s. 

257 A water-mill at Gillingham, not quite finished (Rimell), £2. 

258 View on the Orwell, near Ipswich, not quite finished (Agnew), £5 15s. 

259 Hadleigh Castle, near the Nore, large plate, engraver's proof, inscription space 

clipped, fine impression, scarce (Agnew), £24. 

260 Memoirs of the life of John Constable, by C. R. Leslie, with portrait and 22 

engravings by David Lucas, after Constable, open-letter proofa on india 
paper, fine impressions, scarce, sm. folio, 1843 (Brail), £20. 



238 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

261 Rosa Bonheur, by S. Cousins, after E. Dubuffe, engraver's proof (Williamson), 
£4 los. 

FRAMED ENGRAVINGS. 

268 Diirer, A., Coat of arms with the cock ; from the Mariette collection, unframed 

(Wingfield), ^fig. 

269 Diirer, A., The cook and housekeeper (Colnaghi), £i 15s. 

270 Diirer, A., The peasant going to market (Bidwin), 18s. 

271 Diirer, A., The standard bearer (Barnard), jfs 53. 

272 Diirer, A., Apollo and Diana (Barnard), £2. 

273 Diirer, A., Woodcut, portrait of A. Diirer, by liimself (PoweU), £2. 

274 Diirer, A., The effects of jealousy (Barnard), £1 i8s. 



276 Setters, mezzotint, by R. Laurie, after F. Sartorius, coloured in place (F- 

Daniell), £10 los. 

277 The great contest between Spring and Langan, after James Clements and 

John Pitman, aquatint, in colours (Birch), £1. 



March 5, 6, 7 and 8, 191 2. 239 



March 5, 6, 7, and 8. Christie's. 

Original Drawings by Carlo Pellegrini, Leslie Ward, 
James Tissot, Theobald Chartran, and others, Reproductions 
of which have been published in Vanity Fair during the first 
twenty years of publication of that Journal, from January, 
1869 to March 1889. 

N.B. — Sixteen of the drawings by Tissot were partly drawn in outline by him on a 
lithographic stone in black ; one copy of each was then printed, and that 
copy was completed and coloured by Tissot. Attention is drawn to these 
in the catalogue. 

The dates are those of the numbers of Vanity Fair in which the various drawings were 
reproduced in chromo-hthography. 

1 Pellegrini, C, The Duke of Abercorn. September 25, 1869. (C. Davis), 

£1 IS. 

2 Pellegrini, C, The Marquis of Abergavenny. June 26, 1875. (Rimell), los. 6d. 

3 Chartran, T., M. Edmond Francois About. November 20, 1880. (C. Davis), 

i'^ 5S. 

4 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. William Patrick Adam, M.P. ; June 27, 1874. 

Mast, T., Mr. Charles Francis Adams ; October 5, 1872 (Smith), £2. 

5 Prosperi, The Marquis of Ailesbury ; April 7, 1888. Chartran, T., The Marquis 

of Ailesbury ; October g, 1880 (Smith), £'2 2S. 

6 Ward, L., Sir Richard Airey, G.C.B. ; July 19, 1873. Pellegrini, C, Sir George 

Biddell Airey, K.C.B. ; November 13, 1875. Pellegrini, C, Mr. Aretas 
Akers-Douglas, M.P. ; September 26, 1885 (Rimell), £3 3s. 

7 Chartran, T., General the Earl of Albemarle ; Jiily 14, 1883 (Permain), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

8 Hay, H.R.H. Prince Albert Victor ; October 13, 1888 (C. Davis), £2 15s. 

9 Ward, L., Lord Alington ; July 8, 1876 (C. Davis), £1 5s. 

10 Ward, L., Mr. Samuel Charles Allsopp, M.P. afterwards second Lord HindUp ; 

August I, 1885 (Gooden & Fox), £9 19s. 6d. 

11 Pellegrini, C, Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema, R.A. ; March 22, 1879 (Vesley), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

12 Ward, L, Count Gyula Andrassy ; January 6, 1877. Pellegrini, C, Count 

Rudolph Apponyi ; January 14, 1871 (Ames), £3 los. 

13 Pellegrini, C, The Marquis of Anglesey ; September 18, 1880. Ward, L., Mr. 

Anstruther-Thomson ; Jime 17, 1882 (Anstruther), £3 13s. 6d. 

14 Arabi Pasha ; January 6, 1883 (Sabin), £1 is. 

15 Ward, L., Mr. Joseph Arch, M.P. ; June 26, 1886 (Townsend), £1 5s. 

16 Ward, L., Mr. Fred Archer ; May 28, 1881 (Permain), £13 13s. 

17 Ward, L., Lord .\rdilavm ; May 8, 1880 (Gooden & Fox), £5 5s. 

18 Pellegrini, C, Signor Luigi Arditi ; March 21, 1885 (SpurUng), £2. 

19 Pellegrini, C, The Duke of Argyll ; AprU 17, 1869 (C. Davis), £4 4s. 

20 Ward, L., Lord Armitstead ; October 28, 1882. Ward, L., Sir George Compton 

Arthur, Bart. ; December 19, 1885 (Pickard), £1 los. 

21 Tissot, J., Matthew Arnold ; November 11, 1871 (C. Davis), £8 i8s. 6d. 

22 Ward, L., Hon. Anthony Evelyn Ashley, M.P. ; November 17, 1883. Pelle- 

grini, C, Mr. James Lloyd Ashbury, M.P. ; October 31, 1874 (Gooden and 
Fox), £10 los. 

23 Ward, L., Sk Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett, M.P. ; October 21, 18S2 (Waterman), 

£2 5S. 



240 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

24 Ward, L., Sir John Astley, Bart., M.P. ; November 17, 1877 (Permain), 

;f4 4S- 

25 Ward, L., The Dulce of Athole, K.T. ; November 8, 1879 (Gooden & Fox), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

26 H.I.M. Joseph I, Emperor of Austria ; December 29, 1877 (C. Davis), £3 3s. 

27 Grimm, C. de, H.I.M. EUzabeth, Empress of Austria ; April 5, 1884 (C. Davis), 

£11 IIS. 

28 Ward, L., Lord Aveland ; July 30, 1S81. Pellegrini, €., Mr. A. S. Ayrton, 

M.P. ; October 23, 1869. Pellegrini, C, Marquis d'AzegUs ; June 20, 1874 
(Col. Shuttleworth), £6 i6s. 6d. 

29 Delfico, Vice-Chancellor Sir James Bacon, Chief Judge in Bankruptcy ; Feb- 

ruary 8, 1873 (Davies), £3 los. 

30 Pellegrini, C, Lord Justice Baggaliay ; December 11, 1875 (Bagnet), £3 13s. 6d. 

31 Tissot, J., Mr. Alexander Bailhe-Cochrane, M.P., afterwards first Baron 

Lamington ; December 2, 1871 (Newton), £10 los. 

32 Prosperi, Mr. G. A. Baird {" Mr. Abington ") ; October 6, 1888 (Shuttleworth), 

£5 5s. 

33 Pellegrini, C, Lt.-Gen. Valentine Baker (" Baker Pasha ") ; March 9, 1878 

(Permain), £3 5s. 

34 Rt. Hon. Arthur James Balfour, M.P. ; September 24, 1887 (C. Davis), 

£i8 i8s. 

35 Ward, L., Rt. Hon. John Blair Balfour, M.P. ; May i, 1886. Ward, L., Sir 

Henry Barkly, K.C.B. ; July 3, 1887 (Maggs), £3 5s. 

36 Thompson, A., Serjeant Ballantine ; March 5, 1870 (Tooth), £5 15s. 6d. 

37 Ward, L., Viscount Baring, M.P. (The Earl of Northbrook) ; January 27, 1883 

(C. Davis), £3 3s. 

38 Chartran, T., Lt.-Gen. Charles Baring ; April 14, 1883. Ward, L., Mr. Fred- 

erick Bame ; August 5, 1882 (Strange), £5 15s. 6d. 

39 Prosperi, George Barrett ; September 3, 1887 (Permain), £2 12s. 6d. 

40 Pellegrini, C, Lord Barrington, M.P. ; September 11, 1875 (Gooden & Fox), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

41 Ward, L., Mr. William Ashmead Burdett-Coutts Bartlett ; March 12, 1881 

(Waterman), £3 13s. 6d. 

42 Ward, L., Sir Walter Barttelot, Bart, M.P. ; October 23, 1886 (Waterman), 

£1 IS. 

43 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Michael Thomas Bass, M.P. ; May 30, 1871 (Gooden & Fox), 

£4 4S. 

44 Ward, L., Captain John Bastard ; November 27, 1880. Pellegrini, C, Lord 

Bateman ; January 11, 1879 (Court), £1 iis. 6d. 

45 Ward, L., Sir Robert Bateson-Harvey, M.P. ; November 7, 1885. Ward, L., 

Sir Thomas Bateson, Bart, M.P. ; January 28, 1882. Ward, L., Sir Edward 
Bates, Bart, M.P. ; May 12, 1888 (Clay), £2 2S. 

46 Pellegrini, C, The Marquis of Bath ; June 13, 1874 (C. Davis), £1 is. 

47 Ward, L., Sir Henry Percival de Bathe, Part. ; November 18, 1876 (Crossley), 

£6 6s. 

48 Tissot, J., Earl Bathurst ; November 22, 1873. Pellegrini, C, Count Edmund 

Batthyany ; September 19, 1874 (C. Davis), £5 5s. 

49 Ward, L., Rt. Hon. William Edward Baxter, M.P. ; April 25, 1885. Pellegrini, 

C, Sir Thomas Bazley, Bart. ; August 21, 1875 (Cubitt), £2 2S. 

50 Pellegrini, C, The Earl of Beaconsfield ; July 2, 1878 (Gilbertson), £12 12s. 

51 Ward, L., The Earl of Beaconsfield, K.G., and Mr. Montague Corry (Lord 

Rowton) ; December 10, 1880 (C. Davis), £21. 

52 Ward, L., The Duke of Beaufort, K.G. ; September 30, 1876 (Maggs), £3 13s. 6d. 



March 5. 6, 7 and 8, 1912. 241 

53 Pellegrini, C, Francis, Ninth Duke of Bedford; July 11, 1874 fC. Davis), 

£3 3S- 

54 Ward, L., Sir Julius Benedict ; September 27, 1873 (Maggs), £2 12s. 6d. 

55 Grimm, C. de, Mr. James Gordon Bennett ; November 15, 1884 (C. Davis), 

£3 3S. 

56 Ward, L., Sir John Bennett ; January 13, 1883 (Clay), £2 12s. 6d. 

57 Ward, L., Dr. Edward White Benson, Archbishop of Canterbury ; July 30, 1887 

(Pickard), £2. 
38 Ward, L., Harry Benson ; September 29, 1877. Ward, L., Mr. Henry Ernest 
Schlesinger Benzon ; July 23, 1887 (Waterman), £1 iis. 6d. 

59 Tissot, J., Mr. George Bentinck, M.P. (lithograph) ; August 5, 1871. Tissot, J., 

Mr. Cavendish Bentinck, M.P. (lithograph) ; December 23, 1871 (Larkin), 

£11 IIS. 

60 Ward, L., Lord Charles William de la Poer Beresford, R.N., M.P. ; August 12, 

1876 (Permain), £11 lis. 

61 Ward, L., Lord William de la Poer Beresford, V.C. ; September 27, 1879 

(C. Davis), £9 9s. 

62 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Alexander J. Beresford - Hope, M.P. ; September 10, 

1870. Ward, L., Mr. Marcus Beresford, M.P. ; May 13, 1876 (Clay), 
£1 15s. 

63 Chartran, T., Madame Sarah Bernhardt (on panel) ; July 5, 1879 (C. Da\is), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

64 Ward, L., The Earl of Bessborough ; October 20, 1888 (Burn), £21. 

65 Ward, L., Sir Henry Bessemer, C.E. ; November 6, 1880. Pellegrini, C, 

Count Frederic Ferdinan Beust ; August 28, 1S75 (Maggs), £4 14s. 6d. 

66 Ward, L., Very Rev. Edward Bickcrsteth, D.D., Dean of Lichfield ; December 

20, 1884 (Pickard), 15s. 

67 Ward, L., Mr. Joseph Gillis Biggar, M.P. ; July 21, 1877. Montbard, Rev. 

Thomas Binney ; October 12, 1872 ; Pellegrini, C, Sir Edward Birkbeck. 
Bart, M.P. ; August 15, 1885 (Guinness), £3 13s. 6d. 

68 Ward, L., Mr. Henry Louis Bischoffsheim ; March 4, 1876 (Bruce), £7 7s. 

69 Tissot, J., Count von Bismarck-Schoenauscn, Prince Bismarck ; October 15, 

1870 (C. Davis), £15 15s. 

70 Ward, L., Rt. Hon. Lord Blackburn; November 19, 1881. Pellegrini, C, 

Mr. J. H. Blackburne ; June 2, 1888 (Sampson), £5 15s. fid. 

71 Chartran, T., M. Jean Joseph Louis Blanc ; December 20, 1879 (Guinness), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

72 Chartran^ T., The Marquis of Blandford, afterwards eighth Duke of Marl- 

borough ; June i8, 1881 (C. Davis), £4 4s. 

73 Pellegrini, C, Monsieur de Blowitz ; .August 29, 1885 (Clarke), £3 3s. 

74 Pellegrini, C, Sir Wilfred Scawen Blunt ; January 21, 1885. Ward, L., Sir 

Edgar Boehm, Bart, R..\. ; January 22, 1881 (C. Davis), £4 4s. . 

75 Pellegrini, C, Mr. George John Bonnor ; Septeinber 13, 1884 (Sloane-Stanley), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

76 Ward, L., " General" Booth ; November 25, 1882 (Maggs), £4 4s. 

77 Pellegruii, C, Mr. .\lgcrnon Borthwick, afterwards Lord Glenesk ; June 17, 

1871 (C. Davis), £3 3s. 

78 Ward, L., Mr. Dion Boucicault ; December 16, 1882 (Thomas), £r iis. 6d. 

79 Chartran, T., General Georges Boulanger ; March 12, 1887 (Walters), £5 5s. 

80 Ward, L., Hon. Robert Bourke, M.P. ; April 28, 1877. Lyall, C, Rt. Hon. 

Edward Pleydell Bouverie, M.P. ; July 27, 1872 (Roe), £5 15s. 6d. 

81 Pellegrini. C, Chief Justice Bovill ; January 8, 1870. Ward, L., Sir George 

Bowyer, Bart., M.P. ; January 18, 1879 (Maggs), £5 5s. 



242 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

82 Ward, L., Mr. Charles Cunningham Boycott ; January 29, 1881 {Trollope), 

£4 4S. 

83 PeUegrini, C, Lt. Col. John Palmer Brabazon ; May 29, 1886 (G. Clarke), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

84 Pellegrini, C, The Earl of Bradford ; October 24, 1874 (Clarke), £1 iis. 6d. 

85 Ward, L., Mr. Charles Bradlaugh, M.P. ; June 12, 1880 (W. Daniel), £3 3s. 

86 Ward, L., Very Rev. George Granville Bradley, D.D., Dean of Westminster ; 

September 29, 1888 (Wagner), £2 2S. 

87 Ward, L., Hon. Sir George William Bramwell, afterwards Lord Bramwell ; 

January 29, 1876 (Gooden & Fox), £6 6s. 

88 Ward, L., Hon. Henry Robert Brand, M.P., afterwards second Viscount 

Hampden ; March 15, 1884 (Pollard), £1 5s. 

89 Tissot, J., Rt. Hon. Henry Brand, M.P., Speaker of the House of Commons ; 

November 16, 1872 (Pollard), £6 6s. 

90 Prosper!, Mr. James Brand ; May 26, 1888 (C. Davis), £2 2S. 

gi Ward, L., Mr. Thomas Brassey, M.P., now Lord Brassey ; October 6, 1877 
(Permain), £5 15s. 6d. 

92 Ward, L., Mr. Francis Bret Harte ; January 4, 1879 (Sabin), £8 18s. 6d. 

93 Ward, L., Sir William Baliol Brett, first Viscount Esher ; January 1, 1876 

(Gooden & Fox), £5 15s. 6d. 

94 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. John Bright; February 13, 1869 (Pollard), £9 19s. 6d. 

95 Ward, L., Mr. Jacob Bright, M.P. ; May 5, 1877. Ward, L., Mr. Henry 

Broadhurst, M.P. ; August 9, 1884. Ward, L., Hon. George Charles 
Brodrick, M.A. ; August 30, 1884 (Gooden & Fox), £5 5s. 

96 Ward, L., Mr. WilUam Bromley-Davenport, M.P. ; May 12, 1877" (Pollard), 

£2 2S. 

97 Ward, L., Mr. William Bromley-Davenport, M.P. ; September i, 1888. Ward, 

L., Sir WLlUam Cunliffe Brooks, Bart, M.P. ; August 2, 1879 (Pollard), 
£2 2S. 

98 Pellegrini, C, General Sir Samuel Browne, K.C.B., V.C. ; February 5, 1887 

(Michelson), £1 iis. 6d. 

99 Pellegrini, C, Robert Browning ; November 20, 1875 (Sabin), £9 19s. 6d. 
100 Hay, Mr. Oscar Browning; November 24, i888 (Sabin), £1 is. 

loi Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. Henry Austin Bruce ; afterwards first Lord Aberdare ; 
Augfust 21, 1869 (Mitford), £4 14s. 6d. 

102 Ward, L., Lord Charles Brudenell Bruce, M.P. ; September 16, 1882. Ward, 

L., Hon. Thomas Charles Bruce, M.P. ; April 29, 1882 (Clarke), £3 3s. 

103 Pellegrini, C, Baron de Brunnow ; December 3, 1870. Ward, L., Mr. Edward 

Brydges-WilUams, M.P. ; April 18, 1885 (Clay), £1 5s. 

104 D'Epinay, The Duke of Buccleuch and Queensbury ; January 25, 1873 (Clarke), 

£1 lis. 6d. 

105 Pellegrini, C, The Duke of Buckingham ; May 20, 1875 (Walters), £1 iis. 6d. 

106 Pellegrini, C, Sir Henry Bulwer, L.E. ; August 27, 1870 (Clay), £i 5s. 

107 Chartran, T., The Baroness Burdett-Coutts ; November 3, 1883 (Roe), £16 i6s. 

108 Pellegrini, C, Lord Burghley, M.P., the fourth Marquis of Exeter ; April 16, 

1887 (Newton), £10 los. 

109 Ward, L., Captain Frederick Burnaby ; December 2, 1876 (C. Davis), 

£7 17s. 6d. 
no Chartran, T., Maj.-Gen. Edwin Sherard Burnaby ; March 10, 1883 (Michelson), 
£1 IS. 

111 Pellegrini, C, Sir Francis Burnand ; January 8, 1881 (C. Davis), £23 2S. 

112 Pellegrini, C, Sir Richard Francis Burton ; October 24, 1885 (Sabin), £4 4s. 

113 Ward, L., Mr. Isaac Butt, M.P. ; May 3, 1873 (Guinness), £1 iis. 6d. 



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114 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. Sir Charles Parker Butt; February 12, 1887. Pelle- 

grini, C, Viscount Bury, K.C.M.G. ; May i, 1875 (Maggs), £4 4s. 

115 Ward, L., Hon. and Rev. Francis Byng, M.A. ; October 18, 1879 (Gooden and 

Fox), £2 2S. 

116 Ward, L., Earl Cadogan ; June 4, 1881 (C. Davis), £6 i6s. 6d. 

117 Pellegrini, C, The Chevalier Charles Cadorna ; March 4, 1871 (Mitford), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

118 Pellegrini, C, Earl Cairns, Lord High Chancellor; July 31, 1869 (Stanley), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

119 Ward, L., The second Earl Cairns ; January 16, 1886 (Stanley), £5 5s. 

120 Ward, L., Lord Calthorpe ; July 25, 1885. Ward, L., Mr. Henry G. Calcraft ; 

May 15, 1880 (Gooden & Fox), £4 4s. 

121 Thompson, A., H.R.H. The Duke of Cambridge; April 23, 1870 (Fortescue), 

£11 IIS. 

122 Ward, L., Lieutenant Cameron, R.N. ; July 25, 1876. Ward, L., Lord Camp- 

bell and Strathden ; October 4, 1873. Ward, L., Sir George Campbell, 
K.C.S.L ; September 21, 1878 (Cubitt), £2 12s. 6d. 

123 Ward, L., Tom Cannon ; September 12, 1885 (Permain), £4. 14s. 6d. 

124 Tissot, J., The Archbishop of Canterbury (Dr. Archibald Tait) ; December 25, 

1869 (Davies), £2 2S. 

125 Montbard, Monsignor Capel ; September 7, 1872. Ward, L., Sir Robert Cardan, 

M.P., Lord Mayor of London ; December 11, 1880 (Cubitt), £1 iis. 6d. 

126 Ward, L., Lord Cardross, now the Earl of Buchan ; March 8, 1884 (C. Davis), 

£5 5s. 

127 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. Edward Cardwell, afterwards Viscount Cardwell ; 

April 3, 1809 (Cubitt), £1 los. 

128 Pellegrini, C, Thomas Carlyle ; October 22, 1870 (Maggs), £18 i8s. 

129 Hay, The Marquis of Carmarthen, M. P., now the Duke of Leeds ; February 23, 

i88g (Permain), £7 17s. 6d. 

130 Pellegrini, C, The Earl of Carnarvon; September 11, 1869 (C. Davis), 

£11 IIS. 

131 Pellegrini, C, Lord Carrington ; February 7, 1874 (C. Davis), £5 5s. 

132 Chartran, T., M. Paul de Granier de Cassagnac ; December 6, 1879 (Guinness), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

133 Ward, L., Viscount Castlereagh, M.P. (now Marquis of Londonderry) ; June 7, 

1879 (Permain), £3 13s. 6d. 

134 Ward, L., Earl Carthcart ; April 14, 1888 (Clarke), £1 iis. 6d. 

135 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. Stephen Cave, M.P. ; October 3, 1874. Ward, L., 

Mr. Wilham ComwalUs Cartwright, M.P. ; July 18, 1884 (Halliday), 
£4 4S. 

136 Ward, L., Lord Edward Cavendish, M.P. ; October 2, 1886 (Gooden & Fox), 

£3 3S. 

137 Ward, L., King Cetewayo ; August 26, 1882 (Maggs), £1 is. 

138 Ward, L., Right Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, M.P. ; January 27, 1877 (Pollard), 

£18 i8s. 

139 Ward, L., Mr. Reginald W. Chandos-Pole ; March 3, 188S (Pinto), £3 13s. 6d. 

140 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Henry ChapUn, M.P. ; December 5, 1874 (Pinto), £7 7s. 

141 Ward, L., Hon. Sir Arthur Charles ; February 4, 1888. Ward, L., Su: Thomas 

Chambers, Q.C., M.P. ; November 22, 1884 (Gooden & Fox), £7 7s. 

142 Ward, L., General Lord Chelmsford ; September 3, 1881. Thompson, A., 

Lord Chancellor Chelmsford ; February 5, 1870 (Maggs), £2 2S. 

143 Ward, L., Mr. Thomas Chenery ; October 4, 1879 (Cubitt), £1 iis. 6d. 

144 Ward, L., Sir George Chetwynd, Bart. ; February 7, 1S85 (Pinto), £5 15s. 6d. 



244 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

145 Pellegrini, C, M. Michel Chevalier ; May 8, 1875. Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. 

Hugh C. E. Childers ; June 19, 1869 (Maggs), £2 12s. 6d. 

146 Ward, L., The Hon. Sir Joseph William Chitty, Lord Justice of Appeal ; 

March 26, 1883 (Chitty), £7 7s. 

147 Prosperi, Very Rev. Richeird Church, M.A., Dean of St. Paul's; January 30, 

1886 (Guinness), £1 iis. 6d. 

148 Ward, L., Lord Randolph Henry Spencer Churchill, M.P. ; July 10, 1880 

(Gooden & Fox), £25 4s. 

149 Prosperi, Rt. Hon. Lord Randolph Churchill, M.P. ; January 5, 1889 (Gifford), 

£4 4S. 

150 Pellegrini, C, The Earl of Clarendon ; .April 24, 1869 (Mitford), £1 iis. 6d. 

151 Ward, L., Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Clarke, K.C. ; March 13, 1880 (Pickard), 

£2 2S. 

152 Pellegrini, C, Sir Oscar Clayton; September 12, 1874 (Maggs), £1 5s. 

153 Ward, L., Hon. Sir Anthony Cleasby, Baron of the Exchequer; February 5, 

1876 (Maggs), £1 IIS. 6d. 

154 Ward, L., The Duke of Cleveland, K.G. ; August 6, 1877 (Permain), £3 13s. 6d. 

155 Chartran, T.. The Duchess Dowager of Cleveland ; February 17, 1883 (Pollard), 

£6 6s. 

156 Ward, L., Sir Augustus Clifford, Bart., C.B. ; October 11, 1873. Pellegrini, 

C, The Earl of Clonmell ; August 6, 1881 (C. Davis), £4 4s. 

157 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. Sir Alexander Cockburn, Bart. ; December 11, 1869 

(Maggs), £4 4S. 

158 Prosperi, Mr. Lionel Louis Cohen, M.P. ; April 24, 1886. Ward, L., Sir Thomas 

Edward Colebrooke, Bart., M.P. ; February 28, 1885 (Pinto), £4 4s. 

159 Ward, L., Viscount Cole; October 7, 1876. Tissot, J., Mr. Henry Cole, C.B. 

(lithograph) ; August 19, 1871 (C. Davis), £5 5s. 

160 Pellegrini, C, Dr. Colenso, Bishop of Natal ; November 28, 1874 (Maggs), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

161 Thompson, A., Sir John D. Coleridge, afterwards Lord Chief Justice of England ; 

April 30, 1870 (Maggs), £2 12s. 6d. 

162 Pellegrini, C, Lord Coleridge, Lord Chief Justice; March 5, 1887 (Maggs), 

£4 4S- 

163 Thompson, A., Sir Robert P. ColUer ; February 19, 1870 (Maggs), £1 5s. 

164 Ward, L., Mr. Jesse Collings, M.P. ; December i, 1888 (C. Davis), £2 2S. 

165 Cecioni, Mr. Wilkie Collins ; February 3, 1872. Ward, L., Mr. Thomas Collins, 

M.P. ; September 6, 1873 (Collins), £9 9s. 

166 Pellegrini, C, Captain John Charles Colomb, M.P. ; March 26, 1887. Ward, L., 

Lord Colonsay ; September 13, 1873. Ward, L., Lord ColviUe of Culross; 
July 26, 1873 (Larkin), £6 6s. 

167 Ward, L., Viscount Combermere ; May 5, 1888. Chartran, T., Admiral Sir 

John Commerell, K.C.B., V.C. ; December 24, 1881 (Waterman), £2 12s. 6d. 

168 Ward, L., H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught ; June 17, 1876 (Pollard), £7 7s. 

169 Ward, L., The Marquis Conyngham ; July i, 1881 (Pinto), £4 14s. 6d. 

170 Ward, L., Sir Daniel Cooper, Bart. ; January 21, 1882. Pellegrini, C, Sir 

James Corry, Bart., M.P. ; May 14, 1887 (Corry), £4 4s. 

171 Cecioni, The Earl of Cork and Orrery ; January 13, 1872 (Gooden & Fox), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

172 Ward, L., Mr. Montague. William Corry, afterwards Lord Rowton ; March 3, 

1877 (Gooden & Fox) £3 13s. 6d. 

173 Ward, L., Mr. Henry Reginald Corbet, of Adderley Hall ; October 20, 1883 

(Permain), £1 los. 

174 Lyall, C, Sir Michael Costa ; July 6, 1872 (Maggs), £2 12s. 6d. 



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175 Ward, L., Lord Cottesloe ; July 22, 1876. Ward, L., Mr. Charles Cecil Cotes, 

M.P. ; October 13, 1883 (Pinto), £3 3s. 

176 Ward, L., Rt. Hon. Lord Justice Cotton ; May 19, 1888. Ward, L., Mr. 

William James Cotton, M.P., Lord Mayor of London, 1875 ; September 
5, 1885 (Pinto), £1 15s. 

177 Pellegrini, C, Mr. John Coupland ; July 12, 1884 (Fenwick), £1 iis. 6d. 

178 Chartran, T., Mr. Leonard Henry Courtney, M.P. ; September 25, 1880 

(Leycester), £2 2S. 

179 Pellegrini, C, The Earl of Coventry ; August 13, 1881 (C. Davis), £10 los. 

180 Ward, L., Mr. Arthur Coventry ; February 23, 1884 (Permain), £6 i5s. 6d. 

181 Tissot, J., Mr. Joseph Cowen, M.P. ; October 26, 1872 (Strange), £4 4s. 

182 Ward, L., Mr. Joseph Cowen, M.P. ; April 27, 1878 (W. Daniel), £1 iis. 6d. 

183 Ward, L., Mr. Charles Cox, C.B. ; July 2, 1881. Mr. Robert Wigram Craw- 

ford, M.P. ; January 11, 1872 (C. M. Newton), £4 4s. 

184 Prosperi, Mr. WUUam George Craven ; July 3, 1886 (C. Davis), £2 2S. 

185 Ward, L., Maj.-Gen. Henry Hope Crealock, C.B. ; March 15, 1879 (Maggs), 

£1 5s. 

186 Ward, L., Lord Crewe; January 7, 1882 (C. Davis), £3 3s. 

187 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. Richard Assheton Cross, M.P., first Viscount Cross ; 

May 16, 1874 (Gooden & Fox), £2 12s. 6d. 
i88 Ward, L., Sir Saville Brinton Crossley, Bart., M.P. ; November 17, 1888 
(Gooden & Fox), £2 12s. 6d. 

189 Pellegrini, C, Sir William Gordon Cumming, Bart. ; June 5, 1880 (Lippimann), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

190 Cecioni, Rev. John Cununing ; April 13, 1872 (Smith), £1 us. 6d. 

igi Ward, L., Sir Bache Cunard, Bart. ; February 5, 1881 (Pollard), £3 13s. 6d. 

192 Ward, L., Mr. R. B. C. Cunningham-Graham, M.P. ; August 23, 1888 (C. Davis), 

£4 4S. 

193 Pellegrini, C, Sir Donald Currie, K.C.M.G., M.P. ; June 21, 1884 (Maggs), 

£3 3S. 

194 Pellegrini, C, Sir Wilham Bartlett Dalby, F.R.C.S. ; December 22, 1888. 

Ward, L., Mr. Robert Dalglish, M.P. ; June 7, 1873 (Maggs), £3 3s. 

195 Chartran, T., The Countess of Dalhousie ; December i, 1883 (Guinness), 

£12 12s. 

196 Ward, L., Viscount Dangan ; January 12, 1889. Tissot, J., Mr. Lionel Seymour 

WiUiam Dawson-Daraer, M.P. (lithograph) ; November 18, 1871 (C. Davis), 
£1 10s. 

197 Tissot, J., Charles Darwin (Uthograph) ; September 30, 1871 (C. Davis), 

£10 lOS. 

198 Grimm, C. de, H.R.H. The Due D'Aumale ; September 27, 1884 (C. Davis), 

£5 5S. 

199 Prosperi, Mr. Mathew Dawson ; December 4, 1886 (C. Davis), £2 2S. 

200 Ward, L., Hon. Sir John Charles Day ; October 27, 1888 (Colnaghi &. Obach), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

201 Pellegrini, C, Earl de Grey and Ripon, first Marquis of Ripon ; May 22, 1869 

(Toogood), £3 3S. 

202 Ward, L., Rt. Hon. Sir Polydore de Keyser ; November 26, 1887 (Cubitt), 

£1 us. 6d. 

203 Ward, L., Mr. John Delacour ; March 14, 1885 (C. Davis), £5 5s. 

204 Tissot, J., Mr. James Delahunty, M.P. ; August 3, 1872 (Guinness), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

205 Ward, L., Earl Delavvarr ; August 30, 1879 (Foster), £1 ixs. 6d. 
205 Ward, L., Earl Foster ; August 30, 1879 (Foster), £1 us. 6d. 



246 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

206 Pellegrini, C, The Earl of Denbigh ; March 2, 1878. Pellegrini, C, Police- 

Inspector Denning ; August 16, 1884 ( — ), £1 lis. 6d. 

207 Thompson, A., John Evelyn Denison, Speaker of the House of Commons and 

first Viscount Ossington ; March 12, 1870 (C. Davis), £2 2S. 
20S Pellegrini, C, The Earl of Derby ; May 29, 1869 (C. Davis), £7 7s. 

209 Pellegrini, C, The Earl of Derby ; January 31, 1874. Ward, L., Lord Digby ,- 

September 15, 1883 (Foster), £2 2%. 

210 Pellegrini, C, The Duke of Devonshire, K.G. ; June 6, 1874 (C. Davis), £3 3s. 

211 Tissot, J., Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke, Bart., M.P. (lithograph) ; November 

25, 1871 (Smith), £5 5S. ^ 

212 Pellegrini, C, Mr. John Dillon, M.P. ; May 7, 1887 (Guinness), £2 12s. 6d. 

213 Ward, L., Lewis Llewellyn DUlwyn, M.P. ; May 13, 1882. Cecioni, Mr. William 

Hepworth Dixon ; April 27, 1872 (C. Davis), £5 5s. 

214 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield ; January 30, 

1869 (C. Davis), £27 6s. 

215 Chartran, T., Lady Florence Dixie ; January 5, 1884 (C. Davis), £9 19s. 6d. 

216 Tissot, J., Mr. John George Dodson, M.P. ; December 16, 1871. Ward, L.,, 

The Earl of Donoughmore, K.C.M.G. ; October 25, 1879. Ward, L., 
Dr. John Doran, F.S.A. ; December 6, 1873 (Gooden & Fox), £4 4s. 

217 Ward, L., Mr. Paul Gustav Dore ; September 15, 1877 (C. Davis), £1 is. 

218 Ward, L., Major Viscount Downe ; October 27, 1883 (C. Davis), £1 is. 

219 Ward, L., Lord Dorchester ; March 24, 1877 (C. Davis), £2 2S. 

220 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Richard Dowse, M.P. ; March 25, 1871. Tissot, J., Mr. Percy 

William Doyle, C.B. ; December 27, 1873 (C. Davis), £2 12s. 6d. 

221 Ward, L., General Sir Charles Hastings Doyle, K.C.M.G. ; March 23, 1878 

Ward, L., Sir Francis Hastings Doyle, Bart. ; November 24, 1877 (Maggs), 
£1 IIS. 6d. 

222 Hay, The Marquis of Drogheda, K.P. ; March 30, 1889 (Guinness), £1 is. 

223 Pellegrini, C, Canon Robinson Duckworth, D.D. ; January 2, 1886. Verhey- 

den, Mr. Robert William Duff, M.P. ; June 16, 1883 (Taylor), £1 is. 

224 Pellegrini, C, The Earl of Dudley ; June 18, 1870 (C. Davis), £2 2S. 

225 Thompson, A., Lord Dufferin, first Marquess of Dufferin and Ava ; April 9, 

1870 (C. Davis), £3 13s. 6d. 

226 Ward, L., H.H. the Maharajah Duleep Singh ; November 18, 1882 (Maggs), 

los. 6d. 

227 Chartran, T., M. Alexander Dumas, fils ; December 27 1879 (Peel), £12 12s. 

228 Ward, L., The Earl of Dunmore ; December 14, 1878. Pellegrini, C, Colonel 

Francis Duncan, M.P. ; March 19, 1887 (Allen), £4 4s. 

229 Pellegrini, C, The Earl Dunraven and Mount-Earl ; May 4, 1878 (Permain), 

£2 2S. 

230 Ward, L., Viscount Dupplin ; September 23, 1876 (Rutley), £7 7s. 

231 Ward, L., The Earl of Durham ; December 24, 1887 (Permain), £2 2s. 

232 Ward, L., Sir John Eardley-Wilmot, M.P. ; May 9, 1885 (Maggs), los. 6d. 

233 Tissot, J., Mr. Henry William Eaton, M.P. (lithograph) ; October 14, 1871. 

Pellegrini, C, Lord Ebury ; April 15, 1871 (Gooden & Fox), £6 6s. 

234 Pellegrini, C, Viscount Ebrington, M.P., now Lord Fortescue ; February 19, 

1887 (Maggs), los. 6d. 

235 Pellegrini, C, H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh ; January 10, 1874 (C. Davis), 

£9 9S. 

236 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Robert Edis, F.S.A. ; April 11, 1885, Ward, L., Admiral Sir 

William Edmonstone, Bart, M.P. ; March 8, 1879 (C. Davis), £2 2S. 

237 Ward, L., Sir Henry Edwards, M.P. ; November 11, 1882. Pellegrini, C, Mr. 

John Passmore Edwards, M.P. ; October 17, 1885 (Maggs), £2 2S. 



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238 Pellegrim, C, Lord Egerton of Tatton ; November 27, 1886 (Larkin), £2 2S. 

239 Pellegrini, C, Lord Elcho ; July 23, 1870 (C. Davis), £9 gs. 

240 Ward, L., Lord EUenborough ; September 18, 1886 (Maggs), £1 iis. 6d. 

241 Pellegrini, C, The Earl of EUesmere ; January 22, 1887 (Pinto), £1 is. 

242 Pellegrini, C, General Sir Charles Henry Ellice, K.C.B. ; October 20, 1877. 

Ward, L., Dr. Charles John Ellicott, Bishop of Gloucester ; July 18, 1885 
(Pinto), £2 2S. 

243 Ward, L., Sir George EUiot, Bart., M.P. ; November 29, 1879. Ward, L., Rt. 

Hon. Sir Henry George Elliot, G.C.B. ; March 17, 1877 (Permain), 
£6 i6s. 6d. 

244 Ward, L., Sir John Whitaker Ellis, Bart. ; November 4, 1882 (Gooden & Fox), 

£335- 

245 Ward, L., Sir James Dalrymple Elphinstone, Bart., M.P. ; July 6, 1878. 

Cecioni, Viscount Enfield, M.P. ; September 14,1872 (C. Davis), 
£5 15s. 6d. 

246 Ward, L., Mr. Charles Isaac Elton, Q.C., M.P. ; August 6, 1887. Chartran, 

T., Mr. George Errington, M.P. ; April i, 1882 (Mitford), £3 3s. 

247 Pellegrini, C, Mr. T. H. S. Escourt ; May 2, 1885. Ward, L., Lord Eslingtou, 

M.P., second Earl of Ravensworth ; June 10, 1876. Tissot, J., Mr. Roger 
Eykyn, M.P. (lithograph) ; November 30, 1872 (Pinto), £2 12s. 6d. 

248 Chartran, T., Maj.-Gen. Sir Henry Ewart, K.C.B. ; July 9, 1881 (Mitford), 

£4 4S. 

249 Pellegrini, C, The Marquis of Exeter ; April 9, 1881 (Newton), £17 17s. 

250 Ward, L., Viscount Falmouth ; September 1, 1877 (Dunn & Gardner), £5 5s. 

251 Tissot, J., Col. James Farquharson, of Invercauld ; August 26, 1876 (Permain), 

£2 2S. 

252 Delfico, Rt. Hon. Henry Fawcett, M.P. ; December 21, 1872 (Gooden & Fox), 

£2 2S. 

253 Ward, L., Mr. Mordaunt Fenwick-Bisset ; December 3, 1881 (C. Davis), 10s. 6d. 

254 Pellegrini, C, The Earl of Feversham ; March 30, 1878. Pellegrini, C, Sir 

William Fergusson, Bart. ; December 17, 1870 (Larkin), £2 12s. 6d. 

255 Ward, L., Mr. Justice Sir Wilham Field ; April 30, 1887 (Spencer), 10s. 6d. 

256 Pellegrini, C, Sir Robert Finlay, K.C., M.P. ; December 15, 1888 (Spencer), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

257 Ward, L., Thomas Firr ; November i, 1884. Nast, T., Hon. Hamilton Fish ; 

American Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs ; May 18, 1872 (Firr), 
il 7s. 

258 Ward, L., Lord Gerald Fitzgerald ; May 19, 1883 (C. Davis), £4 4s. 

259 Ward, L., Lord Otho Augustus Fitzgerald, M.P. ; August 9, 1873. Ward, L., 

Hon. Bernard Barnaby Fitzpatrick, M.P. ; August 12, 1882. Ward, L., 
Lord Edmund George Fitzmaurice, M.P. ; February 16, 1878 (GooSen and 
Fox), £2 2S. 

260 Pellegrini, C, Earl Fitzwilliam, K.G. ; September 14, 1878 (Pawsey & Payne), 

£6 6s. 

261 Chartran, T., Mr. Cyril Flower, M.P., afterwards Lord Battersca ; August 19, 

1882 (C. Davis), £8 8s. 

262 Ward, L., Lord Foley ; December 2, 1882 (Sabin), £2 2s. 

263 Ward, L., General the Hon. St. George Gerald Foley ; August 25, 1883. Pelle- 

grini, C, Mr. Charles Floquet ; June 16, 1888 (Sabin), £4 4s. 

264 Pellegrini, C, Sir Charles Forbes, Bart., of Newe; August 14, 1880 (Larkin), 

£2 I2S. 

265 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Archibald Forbes ; January 5, 1878 (C. Davis), £5 5s. 

266 Ward, L., George Fordham ; September 2, 1882 (Larkin), £5 5s. 



248 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

267 Pellegrini, C, Viscount Folkestone, M.P., the fifth Earl of Radnor ; July 3. 

1880 (Gooden & Fox), £2 2s. 

268 Pellegrini, C, Lord Forester ; October 16, 1875. Pellegrini. C, Sir Charles 

Forster, Bart., M.P. ; March 28, 1874 (Cubitt), £3 3s. 

269 Ward, L., Col. the Hon. Henry Townshend P'orester ; December 29, 1883 

(C. Davis), £8 8s. 

270 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. W. E. Forster; March 6, 1869 (Guinness), £2 I2S. 6d. 

271 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. Chichester Fortescue ; August 14, 1869. Chartran, T., 

Earl Fortescue; September 13, 1881 (Fortescue), £7 17s. 6d. 

272 Ward, L., Mr. Andrew Fountayne-Wilson-Montague ; August 28, 1886 

(Chalouer), £1 is. 

273 Ward, L., 'I'he fourth party, with portraits of Lord Randolph Churchill, Mr. 

BaUour, Sir Henry Drummond Wolff, and Sir John Gorst ; December i 
1880 (Permain), £34 13s. 

274 Ward, L., Alderman Robert Fowler, M.P. ; June 25, 1881. Pellegrini, C. 

Sir William Augustus Fraser of Morar, Bart., M.P. ; January 9, 1875 
(Cubitt), £2 I2S. 6d. 

275 Ward, L., Maj.-Gen. Charles Crauford Fraser, V.C. ; September 6, 1879 

(Larkin), £3 3s. 

276 Ward, L., Colonel James Keith Fraser ; March 6, 1880. Chartran, T., Sir 

Charles Freake, Bart. ; March 31, 1883 (Cubitt), £1 iis. 6d. 

277 Ward, L., Sir Bartle Edward Frere, K.C.B. ; September 20, 1873 (Maggs), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

278 Ward, L., Mr. William Powell Frith, R.A. ; May 10, 1873 (Spencer), £3 3s. 

279 Cecioni, Mr. James Anthony Froude ; January 27, 1872 (Larkin), £5 5s. 

280 Ward, L., Hon. Algernon Fulke-Greville ; December 31, i88i (Cubitt), 

£1 IS. 

281 Delfico, The Earl of Galloway ; February i, 1873. Ward, L., Lord Gardner ; 

July 21, 1883 (Maggs), £2 2S. 

282 Montbard, L6on Gambetta ; October 19, 1872 (Pinto), £8 8s. 

283 Ward, L., Mr. Herbert Gardner, M.P., now Lord Burghclere ; April 17, i88fi 

(C. Da%'is), £2 2S. 

284 Chartran, T., General Giuseppe Garibaldi ; June 15, 1878 (C. Davis), £11 iis. 

285 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Walter Goodall George ; October 25, 1884 (Lee), £1 iis. 6d. 

286 Ward, L., Lord Gerard ; October 5, 1878 (Smith), £3 3s. 

287 Grimm, C. de, H.LH. The Crown Princess of Germany, Princess Royal of 

Great Britain ; June 7, 1884 (Gooden & Fox), £2 2S. 

288 Ward, L., Rt. Hon. Edward Gibson, Q.C., LL.D., now Lord Ashbourne; July 

4, 1885. Delfico, Mr. Charles Gilpin, M.P., ; January 18, 1873 (Gooden and 
Fox), £1 IIS. 6d. 

289 Grimm, C. de, Monsieur de Giers ; December 27, 1884 (Guinness), £2 12s. 6d. 

290 Ward, L., Captain Lord Gififord, V.C. ; January 17, 1880 (Trotter), £1 is. 

291 Ward, L., Sir Hardinge Stanley Giffard, now the Earl of Halsbury ; June 22, 

1878 (Maggs), £2 I2S. 6d. 

292 Ward, L., Sir William Schwenck Gilbert ; May 21, 1881 (Blackie), £8 i8s. 6d. 

293 Ward, L., Sir Walter Gilbey, Bart. ; June 30, 1888 (Pawsey & Payne), 

294 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. William Ewart Gladstone ; February 6, 1869 (Shep- 

herd), £11 lis. 

295 Ward, L., Rt. Hon. William Ewart Gladstone, M.P. ; July i, 1879 (Gooden and 

Fox), £16 i6s. 

296 Ward, L., Rt. Hon. William Ewart Gladstone, M.P. ; November 5, 1887 

(Gooden & Fox), £18 i8s. 



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297 Chartran, T., Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone, with Lord Hartington and Mr. 

Chamberlain on the Treasury Bench ; July 6, 1880 (Gooden & Fo.\), £28 7s. 

298 Chartran, T., The Gladstone Cabinet, with portraits of Mr. Gladstone, the Earl 

of Selborne, Earl Granville, the Earl of Derby, Earl Spencer, the Earl of 
Kimberley, the Earl of Northbrook, the Marquis of Hartington, Lord 
Carlingford, Sir W. V. Harcourt, Mr. Childers, Mr. J. G. Dodson, Mr. 
Chamberlain, and Sir C. Dilke ; November 27, 1883 (Pollard), £42. 

299 AVard, L., Mr. William Henry Gladstone, M.P. ; February 11, 1882. Ward, 

L., Mr. Herbert John Gladstone, M.P., now Lord Gladstone ; May 6th, 
1882 (Maggs), £4 4S. 

300 Goedecker, H.S.H. Admiral Count Gleichen ; July 5, 1884 (C. Davis), £2 2s. 

301 Cecioni, The Hon. George Grenfell Glyn, second Baron Wolverton ; February 

24, 1872 (Smith), £2 2S. 

302 Ward. L., Lieutenant and Bandmaster Daniel Godfrey ; March 10, 1888 

(Bennett), £6 i6s. 

303 Delfico, Sir Gabriel Goldney, M.P. ; December 28, 1872. Tissot, J., Sir 

Francis Hem-y Goldsmid, Bart., M.P. ; December 7, 1872 (Nathan), 
£3 13s. 6d. 

304 Pellegrini, C, Sir Julian Goldsmid, Bart., M.P. ; April 23, 1887 (C. Davis), 

£6 6s. 

305 Ward, L., Field-Marshal Sir William Gomm ; August 30, 1873 (Maggs), 

I OS. 6d. 

306 Ward, L., Captain Arthur Gooch ; June 24, 1882. Ward, L., Sir Daniel 

Gooch, Bart., M.P. ; December 9, 1882 (Gooden & Fox), £1 lis. 6d. 

307 Ward, L., Re\-. Charles Old Goodford, D.D., Headmaster of Eton ; January 22, 

1876 (Maggs), £5 15s. 6d. 

308 Ward, L., Dr. Harvey Goodwin, Bishop of Carlisle ; March 17, 1888. Pelle- 

grini, C, Right Hon. Edward Strathearn Gordon ; October 10, 1874 
(Maggs), £2 2s. 

309 Pellegrini, C, General Charles George Gordon ; February 19, 1881 (Cubitt), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

310 Pellegrini, C, Lord Henry G. C. Gordon-Lenno.x ; July 30, 1870 (Lennox), 

£5 5s. 

311 Ward, L., Rt. Hon. Sir John Eldon Gorst, M.P. ; July 31, 1880 (Larkin), 

£1 IS. 

312 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. G. J. Goschen, afterwards Viscount Goschen ; June 12, 

1869 (Gooden & Fox), £5 5s. 

313 Pellegrini, C, Captain Ralph Allen Gossett ; March 21st, 1874 (Gossett), 

£2 i2s. 6d. 

314 Chartran, T., M. FranQois Charles Gounod ; February i, 1879 (Pollard), 

£22 IS. 

315 Ward, L., D. W'illiam Gilbert Grace ; June 9, 1877 (Stanley), £12 12s. 

316 Ward, L., The Duke of Grafton, K.G. ; August 7, 1886 (Clarke), £2 12s. 6d. 

317 Ward, L., Mr. Corney Grain ; August 22, 1885 (Walters), £6 i6s. 6d. 

318 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Albert Grant, M.P., Baron Grant ; February 21, 1874 

(Guinness), £1 iis. 6d. 

319 Pellegrini, C, Sir Francis Grant, P.R.A. ; April 29, 1871 (A. S. Smith), 

, £4 14s. 6d. 

320 Nast, T., General Ulysses Grant, President of the United States of America ; 

June I, 1879 (Sabin), £10 los. 

321 Pellegrini, C, Mr. M. E. Grant-Duff, M.P. ; October 2, 1869. Tissot, J., 

Mr. WilUara Henry Gregory, M.P. (lithograph) ; December 30, 1871 
(Clarke), £1 iis. 6d. 



250 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

322 Pellegrini, C, Earl Granville; March 13, 1869 (Cubitt), £3 13s. 6d. 

323 Ward, L., H.M. George, King of Greece ; October 21, 1876 (Maggs),^ 

£1 IS. 

324 Nast, T., Mr. Horace Greeley ; July 20, 1872 (Maggs), £6 i6s. 6d. 

325 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Frederick Greenwood ; June 19, 1880 (C. Davis), £3 13s. 6d. 

326 Ward, L., Mr. George Burrow Gregory, M.P. ; April 17, 1880 (Gregory), 

£2 2S. 

327 Ward, L., His Excellency Mr. John Gennadius ; February 11, 1888. Chartran, 

T., M. Jules Gr6vy ; July 12, 1879 (Maggs), £2 2S. 
32S Pellegrini, C., Earl Grey ; May 8, 1869 (Mildmay), £4 4s. 

329 Ward, L., Mr. John Mackenzie Grieve ; December 22, 1877 (C. Davis), £5 5s. 

330 Ward, L., Rt. Hon. Lord Grimthorpc, Q.C., LL.D. ; February 2, 1889 (C. 

Davis), £4 4s. 

331 Ward, L., Mr. George Grossmith ; January 21, 1888 (Alex), £12 12s. 

332 Ward, L., Mr. Justice Sir WilUam Grove ; October 8, 1887 (Maggs), £1 is. 

333 Ward, L., Mr. Montague John Guest, M.P. ; August 7, 1880 (Pollard), £14 14s. 

334 Pellegrini, C, Sir WilUam Withey Gull, Bart. ; December 18, 1875 (Maggs), 

£4 14s 6d. 

335 Ward, L., Mr. James Manby Gully, M.D. ; August 5, 1876. Tissot, J., Rt. Hon. 

Russell Gurney, M.P. (lithograph) ; September g, 1871 (Maggs), £2 2s. 

336 Goedecker, F., Mr. Carl Haag ; April 26, 1884 (C. Davis), £3 3s. 

337 Ward, L., Sir Henry Rider Haggard ; May 21, 1887 (Maggs), £3 3s. 

338 Tissot, J., Field-Marshal Sir Frederic Paul Haines ; March 25, 1876 (Mitford), 

£3 3S. 

339 Ward, L., Lord Haldon ; March 4, 1882. Ward, L., Lord Haldon ; March 22, 

1884 (Stanley), £2 12s. 6d. 

340 Pellegrini, €., Lord Halifax ; August 6, 1870 (Alex), £6 i6s. 6d. 

341 Montbard, Rev. Newman Hall ; November 23, 1872 (Pickard), £1 is. 

342 Ward, L., Sir Charles Hall, Q.C., M.P. ; February 18, 1888 (C. Davis), £2 12s. 6d. 

343 Tissot, J., WilUam Alexander, twelfth Duke of Hamilton ; October 18, 1873 

(C. Davis), £9 19s. 6d. 

344 Ward, L., The Marquis of Hamilton ; March 5, 1881. Ward, L., Lord Claud 

John Hamilton, M.P. ; July 27, 1878 (Permain), £2 12s. 6d. 

345 Ward, L., Rt. Hon. Lord George Francis Hamilton, M.P. ; April 5, 1879. 

Ward, L., Rt. Hon. Lord Claud Hamilton ; March 10, 1877 (Permain), 
£2 12s. 6d. 

346 Pellegrini, C, General Sir Edward Bruce Hamley, K.C.B., M.P. ; April 2, 

1887. Ward, L., Hon. Frederick Stephen Hanbury-Tracy, M.P. ; May 
17, 1884. Pellegrini, C, Lord Hammond; June 19, 1875 (Dunn and 
Gardner), £4 14s. 6d. 

347 Ward, L., Rt. Hon. Sir James Hannen, President of the Probate and Divorce 

Division ; April 21, 1888 (Hammond), £1 is. 

348 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Henry Hansard ; November 29, 1884 (Mitford), £1 is. 

349 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. Sir Reginald Hanson ; November 13, 1886 (Dinlacher), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

350 Pellegrini, C, Charles PhiUp, fifth Earl of Hardwicke ; May 9, 1874 (C. Davis), 

£6 6$. 

351 Cecioni, Rt. Hon. Gathorne Hardy, M.P., first Earl of Cranbrook ; April 20, 

1872 (Guinness), £1 lis. 6d. 

352 Ward, L., Colonel John Hargreaves, M.F.H. ; June 11, 1887 (Shuttleworth), 

£6 6s. 

353 Tissot, J., The Earl of Harrington ; October 25, 1873 (Permain), £3 13s. 6d. 

354 Ward, L., Lord Harris ; July 16, 1881 (Sloane-Stanley), £6 6s. 



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355 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Frederic Harrison, M.A. ; January 25, 1886. Ward, L., 

Archdeacon Benjamin Harrison ; June 6, 1885 (Maggs), £2 12s. 6d. 

356 Pellegrini, C, The Earl of Harrowby, K.G. ; April 8, 1871 (Strange), £4 4s. 

357 Pellegrini, C, The Earl of Harrowby ; November 28, 1885 (Cubitt), £1 is. 

358 Pellegrini, C, Sir WilUam Hart-Dyke, Bart., M.P. ; September 4, 1875 (E. 

Davis), £1 IS. 

359 Pellegrini, C, The Marquis of Hartington, afterwards eighth Duke of Devon- 

shire ; March 27, 1869 (Shuttleworth), £10 10s. 

360 Ward, L., The Marquis of Hartington, the eighth Duke of Devonshire ; July 21, 

1888 (Pinto), £11 IIS. 

361 Ward, L., Hassan Fehmy Pasha ; May 16, 1885 (Mitford), £1 iis. 6d. 

362 Prosperi, Lord Hastings ; July 24, 1886 (Hubert), £4 4s. 

363 Pellegrini, C, Lord Hatheriey, Lord High Chancellor ; March 20, 1869 (Maggs), 

£4 4S. 

364 Ward, L., Maj.-Gen. Sir Henry Havelock, V.C, M.P. ; March 29, 1879 (Allen), 

£5 5s. 

365 Chartran, T., Viscount Hawarden ; November 26, 1881 (Warner), £4 14s. 6d. 

366 Pellegrini, C, Rev. Hugh Reginald Haweis ; September 22, 1888 (Maggs), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

367 Ward, L., Mr. Henry Hawkins, Q.C., afterwards Lord Brampton ; June 21,, 

1873 (W. Daniel), £11 iis. 

368 Thompson, A., Sir Joseph Hawley ; May 21, 1870 (Dunn & Gardner), £2 12s. 6d- 

369 Pellegrini, C, Lord WilUam Hay, tenth Marquis of Tweedale ; December 12, 

1874 (Shuttleworth), £6 6s. 

370 Pellegrini, C, Rear-Admiral Lord John Hay ; October 23, 1875. Pellegrini,. 

C, Rt. Hon. Sir Charles Dalrymple Hay, Bart., M.P. ; June 12, 1875 
(Wombwell), £5 15s. 6d. 

371 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Abraham Hayward, Q.C. ; November 27, 1875. Ward, L., 

Rt. Hon. Thomas Emerson Headlam ; April 19, 1873 (Hayward), £3 13s. 6d.. 

372 Ward, L., The Marquis of Headfort ; March 31, 1877. Pellegrini, C, Lord 

Headley ; April 3, 1880 (Larkin), £3 3s. 

373 Ward, L., Mr. Timothy Michael Healy, K.C., M.P. ; April 3, 1886 (Guinness), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

374 Pellegrini, C, Sir Arthur Helps, K.C.B. ; August 15, 1874. Pellegrini, C, 

Lt.-Col. Sir Edmund Henderson ; March 6, 1875 (Radcliffe), £i iis. 6d. 

375 Ward, L., Rt. Hon. Edward Heneage, M.P., now Lord Heneage ; December 17,. 

1887 (Shuttleworth), £1 is. 

376 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. Joseph Warner Henley, M.P. ; April 25, 1874. Chart- 

rjm, T., Lord Henniker ; July i, 1882 (Henniker), £4 4s. 

377 Ward, L., Sir John Henniker Heaton, Bart., M.P. ; September 17, 1887. 

Ward, L., Mr. Mitchell Henry, M.P. ; April 19, 1879 (Maggs), £5 5s. 

378 Chartran, T., Her Majesty's Opposition, with portraits of Sir Stafford North- 

cote, Lord John Manners, and Sir Richard Cross ; July 5, 1881 (C. Davis), 
£6 i6s. 6d. 

379 Ward, L., Mr. Henry Arthur Herbert, 01 Aluckross, M.P. ; June 24, 1876 

(Gooden & Fox), £1 iis. 6d. 

380 Pellegrini, C, Hon. Sidney Herbert, M.P. ; December 11, 1886 (Mitford), 

£1 IS. 

381 Goedecker, F., Sir Hubert Herkomer, R.A. ; January 26, 1884 (Clarke), £2 2S. 

382 A replica of the same (Maggs), £1 is. 

383 Ward, L., Sir Farrer Herschell, M.P., Q.C, afterwards first Lord Herschell : 

March 19, 1881 (Maggs), £1 is. 

384 Ward, F., The Marquis of Hertford ; April 7, 1877 (Clarke), £1 is. 



252 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

385 Pellegrini, C, Rev. James Augustus Hessey, D.C.L. ; October 17, 1874. Tissot, 

J., Mr. Washington Hibbert ; June 28, 1873 (Maggs) £1 is. 

386 Pellegrini, C, The Rt. Hon. Sir Michael Hicks-Beach ; August 22, 1874 

(Pickard), £1 is. 

387 Ward, L., Lt.-Gen. George Wentworth Higginson, C.B. ; April 12, 1884 

(Snaith), £5 5s. 

388 Ward, L., Rear-Admiral Sir Anthony Hiley-Hoskins, K.C.B. ; April 28, 1883. 

Ward, L., Lord Arthur WilUam Hill, M.P. ; August 21, 1886 (Cooper), 
£6 6s. 

389 Ward, L., Sir Henry Ainslie Hoare ; February 24, 1863. Ward, L., Admiral 

the Hon. Augustus Charles Hobart (" Hobart Pasha ") ; June i, 1878. 
Ward, L., Col. James Macnaghten Hogg, M.P. ; November i, 1873 (Piffers), 
£1 IIS. 6d. 

390 Chartran, T., The Lady Holland ; February 2, 1884 (C. Davis), £7 7s. 

391 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Holland, Bart., M.P., now Viscount Knuts- 

f ord ; January 29, 1887 (Knutsford), £1 is. 

392 Ward, L., Sir John Holker, afterwards Lord Justice of Appeal ; February 9, 

1878 (Maggs), £1 IS. 

393 Ward, L., Dr. OUver Wendell Holmes ; June 29, 1886 (Maggs), £6 6s. 

394 Ward, L., Mr. John Holmes, M.P. ; February 18, 1882. Lyall, C, Rt. Hon. 

Edward Horsman, M.P. ; August 10, 1872 (Bouer), £6 6s. 

395 Ward, L., Lt.-General Sir Alfred Horsford, G.C.B. ; February 5, 1877. Pelle- 

grini, C, Sir WiUam Henry Houldsworth, Bart., M.P. ; October 3, 1885 
(Peffers), £1 iis. 6d. 

396 Pellegrini, C, Lord Houghton ; September 3, 1870 (Maggs), £6 6s. 

397 Ward, L., Mr. Morgan Howard, Q.C. ; February 12, 1881. JopUng, Captain 

Henry Montague Hozier ; February 10, 1883. Ward, L., Right Hon. John 
Hubbard, M.P. ; October 4, 1884 (Newton), £8 8s. 

398 Pellegrini, C, John Walter Huddlestone, Q.C, M.P., afterwards Baron Huddle- 

stone ; February 28, 1874 (Maggs), £1 is. 

399 Pellegrini, C, Sir James Hudson, G.C.B. ; September 26, 1874. Pellegrini, C, 

Colonel Francis Hughes-Hallett, M.P. ; December 18, 1886. Pellegrini, C, 
Rt. Hon. George Ward ; March 11, 1871 (Strange), £2 2s. 

400 Cccioni, Mr. Thomas Hughes, Q.C, M.P. ; June 8, 1872 (Walters), £3 3s. 

401 Chartran, T., Victor Hugo ; September 20, 1879 (Peel), £18 i8s. 

402 Ward, L., Mr. William Holmao Hunt ; July 19, 1879 (Gooden & Fox), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

403 Pellegrini, C, Professor Huxley; January 28, 1871 (Maggs), £4 4s. 

404 Ward, L., General Ignatieif ; April 14, 1877 (Newton), £4 4s. 

405 Ward, L., The Earl of Ilchester ; July 22, 1882. Ward, L., Sir James Taylor 

Ingham ; February 20, 1886 (Hilton), £5 5s. 

406 Ward, L., Lt.-Col. Lord Charles Innes-Ker ; March 20, 1886. Weird, L., Lord 

Inverurie, the Earl of Kintore ; March 27, 1880 (Shuttleworth), £3 3s. 

407 Pellegrini, C, Sir Henry Irving ; December 19, 1874 (Gooden & Fox), £11 iis. 

408 Chartran, T., His Highness Ismail Pasha ; May 7, 1881 (Mitford), £2 12s. 6d. 

409 Chartran, T., H.M. The King of Italy ; August 3, 1878 (Pinto), £3 13s. 6d. 

410 Pellegrini, C, Sir Henry James, M.P., afterwards Lord James of Hereford ; 

March 7, 1874 (Maggs), £3 3s. 

411 Ward, L., Mr. Edward Jenkins, M.P. ; August 31, 1878. Pellegrini, C, Sir 

George Samuel Jenkinson, Bart., M.P. ; April 24, 1875 (Cubitt), £3 3s. 

412 Ward, L., Sir William Jenner, Bart., K.C.B. ; April 26, 1873 (Maggs), £4 4s. 

413 Ward, L., Rt. Hon. Sir George Jessel, Master of the Rolls; March i, 1879 

(Sabin), £3 13s. 6d. 



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414 Pellegrini, C, Major the Hon. Augustus Jocelyn ; May 30, 1885 (C. Davis),. 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

415 Ward, L., Sir Frederick John Johnstone, M.P. ; December 7, 1878 (Larkin), 

416 Pellegrini, C, Mr. James Johnstone; February 14, 1874 (Maggs), £1 is. 

417 Ward, L., Professor Jowett ; February 26, 1876 (Newton), £36 15s. 

418 Ward, L., Rev. James Joynes, M.A. ; July 16, 1887 (Agnew), £3 3s. 

419 Ward, L., Nawab Sir Salar Jung, K.C.S.I. ; October 14, 1876. Delfico, Sir 

John Burgess Karslake, Knt. ; Februarj- 22, 1873 (Cubitt), £1 iis. 6d. 

420 Ward, L., Hon. Sir Edward Ebcnezer Kay, Lord Justice of Appeal ; January 

7, 1888 (Maggs), £i IIS. 6d. 

421 Tissot, J., Sir Fitzroy Edward Kelly (hthograph) ; November 4, 1871 (Gooden 

and Fox), £6 i6s. 6d. 

422 Ward, L., Dr. Edward Vaughan Kcnealy, " The Claimant's Counsel " ; Novem- 

ber I, 1873 (Gooden & Fo.x), £2 2s. 

423 PeUegrini, C, Lt.-Gen. Sir Arnold Kemball, K.C.S.I. ; June 8, 1878. Ward,. 

L., Sir John Kennaway, Bart., M.P. ; April 10, 1886 (Cubitt), los. 6d. 

424 Ward, L., The Earl of Kenmare ; February 26, 18S1. Ward, L., Hon. Georgt- 

Thomas Keuyon, M.P. ; December 29, 1888 (Shuttleworth), £1 iis. Gd. 

425 Ward, L., Lord Kensington, M.P., Wilham, fourth Barou Kensington ; Sep- 

tember 7, 1878 (Smith), £1 IS. 

426 Tissot, J., Admiral Sir Henry Keppel, G.C.B. ; .\pril 22, 1876 (Permain), 

£11 IIS. 

427 Ward, L., General Lord Mark Kerr, G.C.B. ; February 27, 1886. Ward, L.. 

Hon. Charles Spencer Hanburv- Kiucaid-Lennox ; July 7, 1883 (Smith), 
£1 IIS. 6d. 

428 Ward, L., Colonel Edward King-Harman, M.P. ; January 9, 1886 (Tighe 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

429 Cecioni, Mr. Alexander William Kinglake ; March 2, 1872 (Tester), £3 13s. 6d. 

430 Ward, L., Col. Robert Nigel Kingscote, M.P. ; February 14, 18S0 (Shuttle- 

worth), £1 IS. 

431 Cecioni, Rev. Charles Kingsley ; March 30, 1872 (Larkin), £6 i6s. 6d. 

432 Pellegriiu, C, Hon. .A.rthiu: Fitzgerald Kinnaird, M.P., tenth Baron Kinnaird ; 

January 15, 1876. Pellegrini, C, The Earl of Kimberley ; July 16, 1S69 
(Kinnaird), £6 6s. 

433 Pellegrini, C, Mr. E. N. KnatchbuU-Hugessen, afterwards tirst Lord Braboume v 

June II, 1870 (Maggs), los. 

434 Ward, L., Mr. Frederick Winn Knight, C.B., M.P. ; November 8, 1884. Ward 

L., Sir Rainald Knightley. B.irt., M.P. ; November 3, 1881 (Foley), £4 4s. 

435 Ward, L., His Excellency Kuo Sung Tao ; June 16, 1877 (Maggs), los. 

436 Pellegrini, C, Gen. Sir WilUam Thomas Knollys, P.C, K.C.B. ; August 28, 

1877 (Knollys), £4 14s. 6d. 

437 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. Henry du Pre Labouchere ; November 7, 1874 (Larkin), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

438 Ward, L., Mr. Samuel Laing, M.P. ; August 16, 1873. Ward, L., Mr. John 

Laird, M.P. ; May 17, 1873. Ward, L., Mr. George Lane-Fox, of Bram- 
ham ; June 29, 1878 (Larkin), £7 7s. 

439 Pellegrini, C, The Marquis of Lansdowne ; .\pril 4, 1874 (Larkin), £5 5s. 

440 Pellegrini, C, Colonel Cuthbort Larking; August 11, 1888 (Pavvsey & Payne), 

£1 IS. 

441 Pellegrini, C, Lord Lawrence ; January 21, 1871 (Agnew), £24 3s. 

442 Chartran, T., Sir John Bennet Lawes, Bart. ; July 8, 1882 (Mitford), £3 3s. 

443 Verheyden, Mr. Charles Bennet Lawes ; May 12, 1883 (Carter), £2 12s. 6d. 



254 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

444 Tissot, J., Mr. Lionel Lawson ; February 19, 1876 (C. Davis), £6 i6s. 6d. 

445 Nast, T., Sir Wilfrid Lawson, Bart., M.P. ; May 11, 1872 (C. Davis), £2 2S. 

446 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. Austen Henry Layard ; August 28, 1869 (Pollard), 

£4 4S. 

447 Chartran, T., Sir Edmund Anthony Lechmere, Bart., M.P. ; June 23, 1883. 

Tissot, J., Mr. George Leeman, M.P ; July 13, 1872 (Michelson), £1 iis. 6d. 

448 Ward, L., Mr. William Edward Hartpole Lecky ; May 27, 1882 (Larkin), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

449 Ward, L., The Earl of Leicester, K.G. ; August 4, 1883 (Pawsey & Payne). 

£1 IIS. 5d. 

450 Tissot, J., Lord Leighton, P.R.A. ; June 29, 1872 (C. Davis), £19 19s. 

451 Chartran, T., His Holiness Pope Leo XHI ; May 18, 1878 (Larlun), £9 19s. 6d. 

452 Ward, L., H.R.H. Prince Leopold, K.G. ; April 21, 1877 (Pawsey & Payne), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

453 Tissot, J., Leopold H, King of the Belgians ; October 9, 1869 (C. Davis), £6 6s. 

454 Pellegrini, C, M. Paul Lessar ; September 19, 1885. Viscomte Ferdinand 

de Lesseps ; November 27, 1869 (Maggs), £4 4s. 

455 Ward, L., The Earl of Leven and Melville; December 17, 1881. Ward, L., 

Mr. John Farley Leith, M.P. ; June 21, 1879 (Pawsey & Payne), £1 is. 

456 Ward, L., Lord Ronald Sutherland Leveson-Gower ; August 18, 1877. Ward, 

L., Mr. George Granville Leveson-Gower ; August 14, 1886 (C. Davis), 
£4 4s. 

457 Ward, L., Mr. Edward Levy, first Lord Burnham ; March 22, 1873 (C. Davis), 

£19 19s. 

458 Ward, L., Sir George Henry Lewis, Bart. ; September 2, 1876 (C. Davis), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

459 Pellegrini, C, The Very Rev. Henry George Liddell, D.D. ; January 30, 1875 

(Mitford), £1 IS. 

460 Ward, L., Hon. Sir Adolphus Liddell, K.C.B., Q.C. ; September 30, 1882. 

Ward, L., Rev. Henry Parry Liddon, D.D., Canon of St. Paul's Cathedral ; 
September 16, 1876 (Spencer), £2 2S. 

461 Pellegrini, C, The Earl of Limerick ; July 11, 1885 (ElUott), £1 iis. 6d. 

462 Ward, L., Col. the Hon. Charles Hugh Lindsay; December 23, 1882 (- — ), 

£2 2S. 

463 Ward, L., Lord Lindsay, M.P., the Earl of Crawford and Balcarres ; May 11, 

1878 (Maggs), £3 13s. 6d. 

464 JopUng, Sir Coutts Lindsay, of Balcarres, Bart. ; February 3, 1883 (Maggs), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

465 Ward, L., The Abbe Liszt ; May 15, 1886 (Colnaghi & Obach), £10 los. 

466 & 467 Ward, L., Mr. Sampson Lloyd ; March 11, 1882. Tissot, J., Mr. John 

Locke, M.P. (lithograph) ; August 12, 1871. Properi, The lobby of the 
'House of Commons, 1886, with portraits of Mr. Gladstone, Lord Randolph 
Churchill, Mr. Chamberlain, Lord Hartington, Mr. Parnell, Mr. John 
Bright, Sir W. V. Harcourt, Mr. Labouchere, Mr. Bradlaugh, and others 
(in oils) ; Christmas, 1886 (Pollard), £13 13s. 

468 Ward, L., Sir Frank Lockwood, Q.C, M.P. ; August 20, 1887 (James), £8 8s. 

469 Ward, L., The Earl of Londesborough ; October 19, 1878 (Pawsey & Payne), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

470 Pellegrini, C, Dr. Jackson, Bishop of London ; November 12, 1870 (Spencer), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

471 Ward, L., The Marquess of Londonderry; November 11, 1876 (Amor), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

472 Ward, L., Rt. Plon. Walter Long, M.P. ; December 16, 1886 (Huggins), £6 6s. 



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473 Ward, L., The Earl of Lonsdale ; January 14, 1879 (C. Davis), £12 12s. 

474 Ward, L., The Earl of Lonsdale ; July 10, 1886 (C. Davis), £42. 

475 ChMtran, T., Gladys, Countess of Lonsdale, the Marchioness of Ripoii ; October 

6, 1883 (Mitford), £11 iis. 

476 Pellegrini, C, Sir Massey Lopes, Bart., M.P. ; May 15, 1875 (Crichton-Stuart), 

£1 IS. 

477 Pellegrini, C, The Marquis of Lome, now the Duke of Argyll ; November 19, 

1870 (Michelson), £3 13s. 6d. 

478 Chartran, T., Mr. James Russell Lowell, LL.D. ; August 21, 1880 (Sabia), 

£3 3S. 

479 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. Robert Lowe, afterwards Viscount Sherbrooke ; 

February 27, 1869 (Michelson), £1 is. 

480 Ward, L., Mr. James Lowther, M.P. ; December 8, 1877 (Larkin), £6 i6s. 6d. 

481 Ward, L., Hon. William Lowther, M.P. ; October 29, 1881 (Larkins), £5 15s. 6d. 

482 Ward, L., Col. Robert James Lloyd Lindsay, V.C, M.P. ; November 4, 1876 

(Pawsey & Payne), £i is. 

483 Ward, L., Sir John Lubbock, Bart., M.P., now Lord Avebury ; February 23, 

1878 (Maggs), £2 I2S. 6d. 

484 Pellegrini, C, General the Earl of Lucan ; April 23, 1881 (Paget), £1 iis. 6d. 

485 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Augustus Saville Lumley ; January 3, 1874 (C. Daws), 

£1 IS. 

486 Ward, D., Maj.-Gen. Sir Peter Lumsden, G.C.B. ; August 8, 1885 (Maggs), 

los. 6d. 

487 Ward, L., The Hon. Sir Robert Lush ; May 31, 1873 (Maggs), £2 12s. 6d. 

488 Tissot, J., Alderman Lush, M.P. (lithograph) ; October 7, 1871 (Davies), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

489 Ward, L., Viscount Lymington, M.P., the Earl of Portsmouth ; November 13, 

1880 (Amor), £1 IIS. 6d. 

490 Pellegrini, C, Rev. Joseph Leicester Lyne ; April g, 1887 (Larkin), £3 13s. 6d. 

491 Pellegrini, C, Lord Lyons ; April 6, 1878. Ward, L., Maj.-Gcn. Sir Daniel 

Lysons, K.C.B. ; April 13, 1878 (Larkin), £1 iis. 6d. 

492 Pellegrini, C, Lord Lyttelton ; April i, 1871 (C. Davis), £2 2S. 

493 Pellegrini, C, Hon. Spencer Lyttelton ; December 4, 1875 (Larkin), £4 4s. 

494 Pellegrini, C, Hon. Alfred Lyttelton ; September 20, 1884 (Stanley), £5 15s. 6d. 

495 Pellegrini, C, Lord Lytton ; October 29, 1870 (Larkin), £3 13s. 6d. 

496 Ward, L., The Earl of Lytton ; March 18, 1876 (Larkin), £2 12s. 6d. 

497 Ward, L., Mr. Justin McCarthy, M.P. ; May 23, 1885. Ward, L., Rt. Hon. 

WiUiam McArthur, M.P. ; October 8, 1881 (Michelson), £3 13s. 6d. 

498 Ward, L., The Earl of Macclesfield ; October 22, 1881. Tissot, J., Maj.-Gen. 

The Hon. James Macdonald ; April i, 1876 (Pawsey & Payne), £4 14s. 6d. 

499 Ward, L., Rt. Hon. Col. John Hay Macdonald, Q.C., M.P. ; June 23, 1888 

(Sabin), £1 is. 

500 Ward, L., Admiral Sir Reginald Macdonald, K.C.S.L ; February 7, 1880. 

Ward, L., Colonel John Macdonell ; October 7, 1882 (Cubitt), £1 is. 

501 Ward, L., Viscount Macduff, M.P., the late Duke of Fife, K.T. ; December 16, 

1876 (C. Davis), £3 3s. 

502 Ward, L., Captain James Octavius Machell ; December 3, 1887 (Larkin), 

£3 13s. 6d. 
303 Prosperi, Mr. J. T. Mackenzie, of Kintail; March 23, 1889 (Larkin), £1 iis. 6d. 

504 Pellegrini, C, Sir Morell Mackenzie ; October 15, 1887 (Hammond), £7 7s. 

505 Chartran, T., Marshal Macmahon ; October 11, 1879 (Mitford), £4 4s. 

506 Pellegrini, C, Rev. A. H. Mackonochie ; December 31, 1S70. Cecioni, Mr. 

Maguire ; March 23, 1872 (Huggins), £1 is. 



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507 & 508 Ward, L., Col. James Patrick Mahon, M.P. ; January 17, 1885. Ward, 
L., Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Baldwin Malet, K.C.B. ; January 12, 1884 
(Bower), £2 2S. 6d. 

509 Ward, L., Mr. William Hurrell Mallock ; December 30, 1882 (Newton), £3 3s. 

510 Pellegrini, C, John Howard Harris, Earl of Malmesbury ; July 25, 1874 

(Mitford), £1 IIS. 6d. 

511 Ward, L., William Drogo, seventh Duke of Manchester, K.P. ; December 8, 

1878 (Cubitt), £1 IS. 

512 Ward, L., Viscount Mandeville, afterwards eighth Duke of Manchester ; 

April 22, 1882 (WalUs), £1 IIS. 6d. 

513 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Henry John Brinsley Manners, now the Duke of Rutland ; 

August 13, 1887 (C. Davis), £4 14s. 6d. 

514 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. Lord John Manners, M.P., afterwards Duke of Rutland ; 

November 20, 1869 (C. Davis), £13 13s. 

515 Pellegrini, C, Archbishop and Cardinal Manning; February 25, 1871 (Larkin), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

516 Tissot, J., Don Manuel Ranees Y. Villanueva (lithograph) ; August 26, 1871 

(Mitford), £3 3s. 

517 Pellegrini, C, Duke of Marlborough ; July 8, 1871 (C. Davis), £2 12s. 6d. 

518 Chartran, T., Sir William Thackeray Marriott, Q.C., M.P. ; March 24, 1883. 

Pellegrini, C, General Frederick Marshall ; March 16, 1878 (Cubitt), 

£2 2S. 

519 Ward, L., Sir Theodore Martin, C.B., LL.D. ; July 7, 1877 (Maggs), £1 iis. 6d. 

520 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Charles James Mathews ; October 2, 1875 (Larkin), £3 13s. 6d. 

521 Ward, L., Rt. Hon. Henry Mathews, Q.C., M.P., now Viscount Uandaff ; 

September 10, 1887 (Spencer), £i iis. 6d. 

522 Pellegrini, C, Sir Thomas Erskine May, K.C.B. ; May 6, 1871 (Maggs), £3 3s. 

523 Mehemed Tewfik l^asha, Khedive of Egypt ; January 20, 1883. 

Tissot, J., Mr. Mayne Reid (lithograph) ; March 8, 1873 (Maggs), £1 is. 

524 Chartran, T., M. Jean Louis Ernest Meissonier ; May i, 1880 (Maggs), £7 17s. 6d. 

525 Ward, L., Rt. Hon. Sir George Mellish, Lord Justice of Appeal ; December 30, 

1876. Ward, L., The Hon. Sir John Mellor ; May 24, 1873 (Sabiii), 
£4 4S. 

526 Pellegrini, C, Sir lienry Meysey -Thompson, Bart. ; June 4, 1877 (C. Davis), 

£1 lis. 6d. 

527 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Edward iVIiall, M.P. ; July 29, 1871. Ward, L., Viscount 

Middleton ; May 6, 1875 (Gooden & Fox), £2 2s. 

528 Chartran, T., Captain William George Middleton ; June 30, 1883 (Larkin), 

£13 13s. 

529 Ward, L., His Highness Midhat Pasha ; Jvme 30, 1877 (Maggs), £1 iis. 6d. 

530 Pellegrini, C, Sir Frederic Acclom Milbank, Bart., M.P. ; July 17, 1875 (Gooden 

and Fox), £1 is. 

531 Ward, L., Sir Philip John Miles, Bart., M.P. ; May 31, 1879 (Gooden & Fox), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

532 Ward, L., John Stuart Mill ; March 29, 1873 (Maggs), £5 5s. 

533 Pellegrini, C, Sir John Everett Millais, P.R.A. ; May 13, 1871 (Larkin), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

534 Ward, L., The Earl of Milltown ; .November 24, 1883 (Pawsey & Payne), 

£1 IS. 

535 Chartran, T., Sir Alexander Milne, Bart,, G.C.B. ; July 29, 1882 (Mitford), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

536 PeHegrini, C, Sir^Frederick Milner, Bart,, M,P, ; June 27, 1885 (Pawsey and 

Payne), £4 4s. 



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537 Goedecker, Field-Marshal Count Voa Moltke ; August 29, 1884. (C. Davis), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

538 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. WUliam Monsel! ; February ix, 1871. Pellegrini, C, 

Hon. Oliver George Paulett Montague ; November 3, 1877. Pellegrini, C, 
Lord Robert Montague ; October i, 1870 (Larkin), £6 i6s. 6d. 

539 Prosper!, Mr. Samuel Montagu, M.P., afterwards Lord Swaythling ; November 

6, 1886 (Sabin), £5 5s. 

540 Ward, L., Mr. Alfred Montgomery ; November 2, 187S (Newton), £12 12s. 

541 Ward, L., The Duke of Montrose, K.T. ; March 18, 1882 (Cubitt), £1 is. 

542 Pellegrini, C, Mr. D. L. Moody ; April 3, 1875. Pellegrini, C, Mr. Ira D. 

Sankey ; April 10, 1875 (Sabin), £1 is. 

543 Hay, Rev. Edmund Henry Morgan, M.A. ; January 19, 1889. Hay, Rev. 

Henry Arthur Morgan, D.D. ; January 26, 1889 (Walters), £1 is. 

544 & 545 Ward, L., Mr. George Osborne Morgan, Q.C., M.P. ; May 17, 1879. 

Cecioni, Mr. Samuel Morley, M.P. ; June 15, 1872. Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. 
John Morley, now Lord Morley ; November 30, 1878 (Maggs), £3 13s. 6d. 

546 Ward, L., The Earl of Mountcashell ; September 8, 1883. Ward, L., Rt. Hon. 

Sir John Mowbray, M.P. ; April 8, 1882 (Cubitt), los. 6d. 

547 Pellegrini, C, Professor Frederic Maximilian Miiller ; February 6, 1875. 

The Earl of Munster ; February 25, 1882 (Amor), £5 igs. 6d. 

548 Ward, L., Coimt George Herbert Munster ; December 23, 1876 (C. Davis), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

549 Tissot, J, Mr. Anthony John Mundella, M.P. ; December 9, 1871. Pellegrini, C, 

Mr. Philip Henry Muntz, M.P. ; August 7, 1875 (Miss M.), £1 is. 

550 Pellegrini, C, Sir Roderick Impey Murchison ; November 26, 1870 (Maggs), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

551 Pellegrini, C, His Excellency Musurus Pasha ; February 4, 1871 (Larkin), 

£2 2S. 

552 Ward, L., General Lord Napier of Magdala ; April 20, 1878 (Mitford), £1 iis. 6d. 
53^ Tissot, J., Napoleon HI, Emperor of the French ; September 4, 1869 (Larkin), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 

554 Chartran, T., Prince Jerome Napoleon ; July 26, 1879 (Mitford), £2 2s. 

555 Thompson, A., The Nawab Nazim of Bengal ; April 16, 1870. Pellegrini, C, 

Count Nigra ; March 6, 1886 (Maggs), los. 6d. 

556 Ward, L., Ead Nelson ; April 16, 1881 (Cubitt), £1 is. 

557 Pellegrini, C, Mr. C. N. Newdegate, M.P. ; August 13, 1870 (Larkin), £3 13s. 6d. 

558 Ward, L., Cardinal Newman ; January 20, 1877 (Larkin), £3 13s. 6d. 

559 Ward, L., Viscount Newxy and Morne, now the Earl of Kilmorey ; October 

28, 1876 (C. Da\'is), £5 15s. 6d. 

560 Goedecker F., Mr. Thomas NickaUs ; November 21, 1885 (Mr. Sampson), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

561 Ward, L., The Duke of Norfolk ; October i, 1881 (C. Davis), £6 i6s. 6d. 

562 Ward, L., Mr. Justice Sir Ford North ; October 29, 1887 (Sabin), £1 is. 

563 Pellegrini, C, Marquis of Normanby; April 22, 1871. Pellegrini, C, The Hon. 

Gerard James Noel, M.P. ; March 18, 1871. Ward, L., Col. John Sidney 
North, M.P. ; August 10, 1878 (Larkin), £11 us. 

564 Ward, L., The Eari of Northbrook, G.C.S.L ; December 9, 1876 (C. Davis), 

£3 3s. 

565 Pellegrini, C, Sir Stafford Northcote, afterwards first Earl of Iddesleigh ; 

October 8, 1870 (Mitford), £4 14s. 6d. 

566 Ward, L., The Duke of Northumberland ; June 14, 1884 (Mather), £1 us. 6d. 

567 Ward, L., Mr. Thomas Power O'Connor, M.P. ; February 25, 1888 (Larkin), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

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258 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

568 Ward, L., Mr. John O'Connor Power ; December 25, 18S6. Ward, L., The 

O'Donoghue of the Glens, M.P. ; October 23, 1880 (Maggs), 15s. 

569 Chartran, T., Mr. Frank O'Cahan O'Donnell, M.P. ; August 28, 1880. Pelle- 

grini, C, Major Purcell O'Gorman, M.P. ; March 13, 1875. Cecioni, 
Rt. Hon. Sir C. M. O'Loghlen, Bart., M.P. ; September 28, 1872 (Maggs), 
£1 lis. 6d. 

570 Tissot, J., Mr. Emile Ollivier ; January 15, 1870 (Mitford), £1 iis. 6d. 

571 Ward, L., The fourth Earl of Onslow; August 18, 1883. Pellegrini, C, Mr. 

Guildford Mainwaring-Elleker Onslow; July 24, 1875 (Shepherd), £2 2S. 

572 Ward, L., The Marquis of Ormonde ; October 12, 1878 (Pawsey & Payne), 

£17 17s. 

573 Thompson, A., Mr. Bemal Osborne ; May 28, 1870 (Larkin), £4 14s. 6d. 

574 Prosper:, John Osborne; December 10, 1887 (Craig), £6 6s. 

575 Ward, L., Professor Owen ; March 1, 1873. Ward, L., Sir Philip Cunlifie 

Owen, K.C.M.G. ; November 23, 1878. Pellegrini, C, Sir Arthur John 
Otway, Bart., M.P. ; February 8, 1879 (Whitby), £g 19s. 6d. 

576 Pellegrini, C, The Bishop of Oxford ; July 24, 1869 (Larkin), £5 5s. 

577 Prosperi, The Paddock at Newmarket, with portraits of H.R.H. the Prince of 

Wales, the Dowager Duchess of Montrose, the Duchess of Manchester, 
the Dxike of Portland, the Duke of Hamilton, the Marquis of Londonderry, 
the Marquis of Hartington, the Earl of Rosebery, Earl Spencer, Lord 
Hastings, Sir John Astley, Mr. Henry ChapMn, Mr. Leopold de Rothschild, 
Mr. W. G. Craven, Captain Machell, Mr. Tattersall, Mr. Robert Peck, Mat. 
Dawson, and Fred Archer ; November 30, 1885 (C. Davis), £89 5s. 

578 Ward, L., Lord Alexander Victor Paget ; January 14, 1888 (Bentinck), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

579 Pellegrini, C, Major-General Lord Alfred Henry Paget ; July 3, 1875 (Pawsey 

and Payne), £5 5s. 

580 Chartran, T., Rt. Hon. Sir Augustus Berkeley Paget, K.C.B. ; June 26, 1880 

(Paget), £1 IS. 

581 Pellegrini, C, Admiral Lord Clarence Paget, K.C.B. ; December 25, 1875 

(Bentinck), £3 13s. 6d. 

582 Ward, L., Sir James Paget, Bart. ; February 12, 1876 (Stout), £6 i6s. 6d. 

583 Ward, L., General Lord George Augustus Paget, K.C.B. ; October 13, 1877. 

Ward, L., Admiral Frederick Beauchamp Paget-Seymour ; C.B. September 
9, 1876 (Pawsey & Payne), £5 15s. 6d. 

584 Thompson, A., Sir John Pakington, afterwards first Lord Hampton ; February 

12, 1870 (Larkin), £1 is. 

585 Ward, L., Sir Roger Palmer, Bart. ; January 21, 1880. Pellegrini, C, Mr. 

Charles Mark Palmer, M.P. ; October 18, 1884. Ward, L., Mr. John Hinde 
Palmer, Q.C., M.P. ; July 28, 1883 (Pawsey & Payne), £5 15s. 6d. 

586 Cecioni, Sir Roundell Palmer, afterwards first Earl of Selborne ; March 16, ■ 

1872 (Maggs), £1 IIS. 6d. 

587 Pellegrini, C, Sir Anthony Panizzi, K.C.B. ; January 17, 1874 (Maggs), los. 6d. 

588 Pellegrini, C, Dr. Joseph Parker ; April 19, 1884 (Maggs), £2 2S. 

589 Chartran, T., Mr. Charles Stewart Parnell, M.P. ; September 11, 1880 (Peel), 

£29 8s. 

590 Fumiss, Harry, Mr. Charles Stewart Parnell, with Mr. John Dillon ; December 

7, 1881 (Larkin), £5 15s. 6d. 

591 Ward, L., Serjeant Parry ; December 13, 1873 (Maggs), £5 15s. 6d. 

592 Chartran, T., M. Louis Pasteur ; January 8, 1887 ( — ), £22 is. 

593 Chartran, T., Sir Julian Pauncefote, K.C.M.G. ; April 7, 1883 (Gooden and 

Fox), £1 IIS. 6d. 



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594 Pellegrini, C, Mr. James Payn ; September 8, 1888 (Money), los. 6d. 

595 Pellegrini, C, Mr. George Payne ; September 18, 1875 (Pawsey & Payne), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

596 Ward, L., Sir Joseph Whitwell Pease, Bart., M.P. ; October i, 1887 (Larkin), 

los. 6d. 

597 Prosperi, Mr. Robert Peck ; September 4, 1886 (Larkin), {,^ 13s. 6d. 

598 Ward, L., The Rt. Hon. Arthur Wellesley Peel, M.P. ; now Viscount Peel ; 

July 2, 1887 (Pawsey & Payne), £14 14s. 

599 Thompson, A., Sir Robert Peel ; March 19, 1870 (Peel), £7 7s. 

600 Pellegrini, C, The Ecirl of Pembroke and Montgomery ; July 14, 1888 (Larkin), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

601 Tissot, J., Sir John Pender (lithograph) ; October 28, 1871 (Maggs), los. 6d. 

602 , Lord Penrhyn, the first Baron ; March 25, 1882. Pellegrini, C, Lord 

Penzance ; December 18, 1869 (Maggs), £4 4s. 

•603 Chartran, T., Rt. Hon. Earl Percy, M.P. ; August 27, 1881 (C. Davis), £5 5s. 

604 Hay, Mr. John Perkins, M.A., LL.D. ; October 30, 1886 (Craig), £7 7s. 

605 Ward, L., H.I.M. The Shah of Persia ; July 5, 1873 (Maggs), £z 12s. 6d. 

•6o5 Pellegrini, C, Dr. Magee, the Bishop of Peterborough ; July 5, i86g (Larkin), 
£4 14s. 6d. 

607 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Frederick Charles Philips ; July 7, 1888 (Mitford), £2 2S. 

608 Pellegrini, C, Colonel Lewis Guy Phillips ; July 24, 1880. Ward, L., H.E. 

Phya Bhaskarawongse ; September 13, 1879 (Spencer), 17s. 

609 Ward, L., Mr. Edward Hare Pickersgill, M.P. ; March 31, 18S8. Ward, L., 

Mr. George Pitt-Lewis, Q.C., M.P. ; May 28, 1887 (Cubitt), £1 is. 

610 & 611 Wiird, L., Richard Piggott ; March 9, 1889. Tissot, J., Pope Pius IX ; 

January i, 1870 (Mitford), £6 6s. 

■612 Pellegrini, C, Dr. Lyon Playfair, C.B., M.P., afterwards Lord Playfair ; Febru- 
ary 20, 1875 (Playfair), £7 7s. 

613 Vine, W., Mr. Samuel PlimsoU, M.P. ; March 15, 1873 (Pawsey & Pajme), 
£1 IS. 

■614 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. David Plunket, M.P., afterwards Lord Rathmore; 
May 29, 18S0 (Money), £1 lis. 

615 Ward, L., Sir Harry Bodkin Poland, K.C. ; March 13, 18S6 (Poland), £5 15s. 6d. 

■616 Thompson, A., Rt. Hon. Sir Frederick Pollock, Lord Chief Baron of the Ex- 
chequer ; .'^pril 2, 1870 (Maggs), £5 Sj. 

617 Chartran, T., General Sir Henry Ponsonby, K.C.B. ; March 17, 1883 (Stuart), 
£8 i8s. 6d. 

•618 Ward, L., Hon. Spencer Cecil Ponsonby-Fane, C.B. ; January 26, 1878 (Stuart), 
£15 15s. 

619 Vv'ard, L., Mr. Samuel Pope, Q.C. ; December 12, 1885 (Walters), £5 15s. 6d. 

620 Pellegrini, C, His Excellency Governor Pope-Hennessy, C.M.G. ; March 27, 

1875 (Maggs), los. 6d. 

621 Ward, L., The Earl of Portariington ; August 24, 1878 (Money), £1 is. 

622 Ward, L., The Duke of Portland ; June 3, 1882 (Porton), £13 13s. 

623 Ward, L., Mr. Seymour Portman-Dalton ; January 19, 18S4 (Pawsey & Payne), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

624 Ward, L., The Earl of Portsmouth ; July i, 1S76 (Pawsey & Payne), £2 2s. 

625 Ward, L., Mr. Thomas Bayley Potter, M.P. ; June 2, 1877. Ward, L., The 

Earl of Powis ; March 27, 1876. Pellegrini, C, Mr. Herbert Praed, M.P. ; 
July 18, 1874 (Gooden & Fo.x), £8 i8s. 6d. 

626 Ward, L., Mr. Richard John Lloyd Price, of Rhiwlas ; October 10, 1885 

(Lumlcy), £2 2s. 
■627 Ward, L., H.I.H. The Prince Imperial ; July 14, 1877 (Larkin), £4 14s. 6d« 



26o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

628 Ward, L., Mr. Valentine Prinsep, R.A. ; January 13, 1877. Ward, L., Mr. 

Richard Anthony Proctor, F.R.A.S. ; March 3, 1883 (Maggs), xos. 6d. 

629 Tissot, J., The Crown Prince of Prussia ; September 24, 1870 (C. Davis)^ 

£17 i/s. 

630 Tissot, J., The King of Prussia ; January 7, 1871 (Mitford), £6 6s. 

631 Ward, L., Sir John Puleston, M.P. ; October 14, 1882 (Cubitt), los. 6d. 

632 Pellegrini, C, The Rev. Edward Bouverie Pusey, D.D. ; January 2, 1875 

(Cubitt), £4 4s. 

633 Ward, L., Sir Richard Quain, Bart., M.D., F.R.S. ; December 15, 1883. Cecinoi 

Dr. Quin ; January 20, 1872 (Gooden & Fox), £7 17s. 6d. 

634 Ward, L., The Marquess of Queensberry ; November 10 1877 (Smith), £4 4s. 

635 Prosper!, Sir William Cuthbert Quilter, Bart., M.P. ; February 9, 1889 (Gooden 

and Fox), £2 2S. 

636 Cecioni, Lord Radstock ; August 17, 1872. Pellegrini, C, Mr. Henry Cecil 

Raikes, M.P. ; April 17, 1875 (Cubitt), los. 6d. 

637 Ward, L., Commander Lord Ramsay ; February 26, 1880. Ward, L., Sir John 

Wilham Ramsden, Bart., M.P. ; June 28, 1884 (Ramsden), £1 iis. 6d. 

638 Pellegrini, C, Viscount Ranelagh ; June 25, 1870. Ward, L., Sir Henry 

Creswicke Rawhnson, K.C.B. ; July 12, 1873 (Pawsey & Payne), £2 2s.. 

639 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Clare Sewell Read, M.P. ; June 5, 1875. Prosperi, Mr. John 

Francis Holcombe Read ; April 28, 1888 (Cubitt), £1 iis. 6d. 

640 Prosperi, Mr. Walter Wilham Read ; July 28, 1888 (Stanley), £16 i6s. 
64X Pellegrini, C, Lord Redesdale ; February 27, 1875 (Mitford), £4 4s. 

642 Pellegrini, C, Sir Edward James Reed, K.C.B. ; March 20, 1875 (Reed), 

£2 2S. 

643 Chartran, T., M. Joseph Ernest Renan ; February 22, 1879. Chartran, T.,. 

Lord Rendlesham, M.P. ; October 15, 188 1 (Bi), £5 5s. 

644 Deliico, Baron Paul Julius Renter ; December 14, 1872 (Maggs), £2 12s. 6d. 

645 Prosperi, Lord Revels toke ; September 15, 1888 (Larkin), £4 4s. 

646 Ward, L., The Earl of Ribblesdale ; June 11, 1881 (Larkin), £2 2S. 

647 Ward, L., Mr. Henry Richard, M.P. ; September 4, 1880. Ward, L., Mr. 

Robert Richardson-Gardner, M.P. ; February 17, 1877 (Maggs), los. 6d. 

648 Thompson, A., Charles Henry, sixth Duke of Richmond ; March 26, 187& 

(Pollard), £1 IS. 

649 Pellegrini, C, Sir Mathew White Ridley, Bart., M.P., first Viscount Ridley ; 

July 23, 1881 (Pollard), £2 2s. 

650 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. Lord Ritchie ; October 31, 1885 (Mitchell), £6 6s. 

651 W'ard, L., Lord Robartes ; February 4, 1882. Ward, L., Sir William Tindall 

Robertson, M.D., M.P. ; February 16, 1889 (Robertson), £2 12s. 6d. 

652 , Field-Marshal Lord Roberts ; April 10, 1880 (Larkin), £10 los. 

653 Ward, L., Mr. John Roberts, junr. ; April 4, 1885 (Sinclair), £6 6s. 

654 Tissot, J., Henri Rochefort ; January 22, i860 (Larkin), £4 14s. 6d. 

655 Ward, L., The Earl of Rocksavage, the Marquis of Cholmondeley ; August ir, 

1883 (C. Davis), £4 14s. 6d. 

656 Ward, L., The Earl of Roden ; May 20, 1876. Prosperi, Lord Rodney ; Novem- 

ber 10, 1888 (Straten), £3 13s. 6d. 

657 Pellegrini, C, Mr. John Arthur Roebuck, M.P. ; April 11, 1874 (Amor), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

658 Ward, L., Professor Thorold Rogers, M.P. ; March 29, 1884 (Maggs), los. 6d. 

659 Ward, L., Sir Albert Kaye Rolht, M.P. ; October 9, 1886 (Amor), £2 r2S. 6d. 

660 Ward, L., Sir PhiUp Rose, Bart. ; May 14, 1881. Ward, L., Sir William Rose,. 

K.C.B. ; February 14, 1885 (Gooden & Fox), £5 5s. 

661 Ward, L., The Eari of Rosebery ; June 3, 1876 (C. Davis), £16 i6s. 



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662 Chartran, T., The Earl of Rosslyn ; November 12, 1881 (Michelson), £9 9s. 

663 Pellegrini, C, Baron Mayer Amschel Rothschild, M.P. ; May 27, 1871 (C.Davis), 

£12 I2S. 

664 Pellegrini, C, Baron Lionel Nathan de Rothschild; September 22, 1877 

(C. Davis), /19 19s. 

665 Ward, L., Mr. .\lfred de Rothschild ; May 31, 1884 (C. Davis), £8 i8s. 6d. 

666 Ward, L., Mr. Leopold de Rothschild ; December 13, 18S4 (C. Davis), 

£14 14s. 

667 Prosperi, Lord Rothschild ; June 9, 1888 (Lane), £12 12s. 

668 Thompson, A., Admiral Rous ; May 7, 1870 (Pollard), £8 8s. 

669 Cecioni, John Ruskin ; February 17, 1872 (Larkin), £9 gs. 

670 Pellegrini, C, Earl Russell ; June 5, 1869 (Amor), £9 gs. 

671 Verheyden, Mr. Charles Russell, Q.C., M.P., afterwards Lord Russell of Kill- 

owen ; May 5, 1883 (Maggs), £11. 

672 Tissot, J., Lt.-Col. Lord Charles James Fox RusseU ; April 12, 1873 (Maggs), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

673 Pellegrini, C, Sir Charles Russell, Bart., Q.C., M.P. ; February 2, 1878. 

Ward, L., Sir George RusseU, M.P., D.L. ; March 2, 1889 (Dunster), £1 is. 

674 Ward, L., Rt. Hon. Lord Odo WUUam RusseU, G.C.B. ; July 28, 1877 (Mitford), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

675 PeUegrini, C, Mr. (afterwards Sir) William Howard RusseU, LL.D. ; January 

16, 1875. Ward, L., Mr. Thomas WaUace RusseU, M.P. ; March 24, 188S 
(Maggs), £2 i2s. 6d. 

676 Tissot, J., Alexander H, Emperor of Russia ; October 16, 1769 (Maggs), 

£7 7s. 

677 Grimm, C. de, H.I.M. .Alexander IH, Emperor of Russia ; October 11, 1884 

(C. Davis), £12 i2s. 

678 Tissot, J., the sixth Duke of Rutland (Uthograph) ; September 16, 1871 

(Mitford), £1 IS. 

679 Ward, L., Mr. Peter Rylands, .M.P. ; January 25, 1879. PeUegrini, C, Rt. 

Rev. John Charles Ryle, D.D. ; March 26, 1881 (Jorck), £2 2S. 

680 & 681 Delfico, WiUiam Amelius Aubrey de Vere Beauclerc, Duke of St. Albans ; 

January 4, 1873. PeUegrini, C, Mr. George -Augustus Sala ; September 23, 
1875 (Larkin), £4 4s. 

682 Tissot, J., The Duke of Saldanha, the Portuguese Jlinister (lithograph) ; 

September 2, 1871 (Maggs), 10s. 6d. 

683 Pellegrini, C, The Marquis of Salisbury ; July 10, 1869 (PoUard), £12 12s. 

684 Chartran, T., Marquis of Sahsbury, \vith Lord Northbrook, Lord Gran\-iUe, 

and Lord Selbome ; July 5, 1882 (Shuttleworth), £31 los. 

685 PeUegrini, C, Signer Tommaso Salvini ; May 22, 1875 (Lamont), £7 7s. 

685 Delfico, Jlr. Joseph d'Aguilar Samuda, M.P. ; February 15, 1873. PeUegrini, 
C, Rt. Hon. Lord Sandhurst ; May 30, 1874 (Larkin), £2 2s. 

687 Chartran, T., M. Victorien Sardou ; December 25, 1880 (WeUs), £30 gs. 

688 Ward, L., Sir Albert David Sassoon, C.S.I. ; August 16, 1879 (Maggs), £5 15s. 6d. 

689 Pellegrini, C, Colonel Edwsird James Saunderson, M.P. ; February 26, 1887 

(Newton), £7 7s. 

690 Ward, L., Mr. Henry SaviUe ; January 3, 1880 (Dunn & Gardner), £3 13s. 6d. 

691 PeUegrini, C, Prince Edward of Saxe-Weimar ; October 30, 1875 (Craig), £3 3s. 

692 Pellegrini, C, M. Jean Baptiste Leon Say ; December 4, 1880 (Maggs), £1 iis. 6d. 

693 PeUegrini, C, General Robert Gumming Schcnck, U.S.A. ; January' 23, 1875. 

Pellegrini, C, Count Schouvalofi ; February 13, 1875 (Sabin), £2 2s. 

694 PeUegrini, C, Rt. Hoft. George Sclater-Booth, M.P., afterwards first Lord 

Basing ; August 8, 1874 (Millard), los. 6d. 



262 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

695 Chartran, T., Lord Henry John Scott, M.P. ; September 24, 1881. Ward, L., 

Mr. Montague David Scott, M.P. ; June 10, 1882 (Craig), £2 2S, 

696 Ward, L., The Earl of Seafield ; September 29, 1883. Ward, L., Mr. Charles 

Seely, M.P. ; December 21, 1878 (Pawsey & Payne), £4 4s. 

697 Pellegrini, C, James Selby ; June 12, 1886 (Pawsey & Payne), £6 i6s. 6d. 

698 Ward, L., The Earl of Selkirk; May 20, 1882. PeUegrini, C, The Earl of 

Shaftesbury ; November 13, 1869 (Pollard), £3 3s. 

699 Ward, L., Sir Francis Seymour, Bart., K.C.B. ; August 11, 1877. Ward, L., 

Captain Conway Seymour ; February 16, 1884 (Larkin), £r is. 

700 Pellegrini, C, Captain (afterwards Sir) Eyre Shaw ; June 3, 1871 (Wombwell), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

701 Pellegrini, C, Sir John George Shaw-Lefevre, K.C.B. ; July i, 1871 (Maggs), 

£2 2S. 

702 Pellegrini, C, Sir Percy Florence Shelley, Bart. ; December 13, 1879 (Goodea 

and Fox), £1 is. 

703 Ward, L., The Earl of Shrewsbury and Talbot ; July 17, 1880 (Amor),, 

£5 15s. 6d. 

704 Pellegrini, C, Sir John Lintom Simmons, K.C.B. ; December i, 1877 (Maggs), 

los. 6d. 

705 Ward, L., Sir John Simon, M.P., Serjeant-at-Law ; September 25, i88&- 

(Bedwell), £1 is. 

706 PeUegrini, C, Sir George ToUemache Sinclair, Bart., M.P. ; October 16, 1880 

(Smith), los. 6d. 

707 Ward, L., The Mahraj, Sir Pertab Sing, K.C.S.I. ; August 27, 1887 (Smith),. 

£5 5s. 

708 Pellegrini, C, Lord Skehnersdale, afterwards first Earl of Lathom. Pellegrini, 

C, Mr. John Slagg, M.P. ; August 2, 1884 (Gooden & Fox), £6 i6s. 6d. 

709 Ward, L., Mr. Samuel Smiles, LL.D. ; January 14, 1882 (Spencer), los. 6d. 

710 Cecioni, Rt. Hon. William Henry Smith, M.P. ; March 9, 1872 (Gooden & Fox), 

£12 I2S. 

711 Ward, L., Rt. Hon. WilUam Henry Smith, M.P., First Lord of the Treasury; 

November 12, 1887 (Gooden Sc Fox), £12 12s. 

712 Ward, L., Lord Justice A. L. Smith ; November 3, 1888 (A. T. Smith), £7 7s. 

713 Pellegrini, C, Captain Arthur Smith ; December 6, 1884 (Larkin), £4 4s. 

714 Hay, Rev. Ernest John Smith, M.A. ; January 28, 1888 (Mitford), £2 2s. 

715 Pellegrini, C, The Duke of Somerset ; August 7, 1869 (Ramsden), £10 10s. 

716 Ward, L., Major Lord Henry Arthur Somerset ; November 19, 1887 (Maggs),, 

los. 6d. 

717 Cecioni, Amadeus, King of Spam ; May 4, 1872 (C. Davis), £3 3s. 

718 Tissot, J., Isabella II, Queen of Spain ; September 18, 1869 (Maggs), £3 3s. 

719 Ward, L., Carlos, Prince of Spain : Don Carlos ; April 29, 1876 (Maggs), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

720 Pellegrini, C, Earl Spencer ; July 2, 1870 (Wilkinson), £6 6s. ' 

721 Ward, L., Hon. Charles Robert Spencer, M.P., afterwards Earl Spencer ; 

December 10, 1881 (C. Davis), £5 5s. 

722 Gould, C, Herbert Spencer ; April 26, 1879 (Maggs), £6 6s. 

723 Ward, L., Mr. Frederic Robert Spofforth ; July 13, 1878 (Smith), £6 i6s. 6d. 

724 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Markham Spofiorth ; March 20, 1880 (Lindlay), £2 2S. 

725 Pellegrini, C, Rev. Charles Spurgeon ; December 10, 1870 (Spencer), £4 14s. 6d. 

726 Pellegrini, C, Monsieur de Staal ; December 5, 1885 (C. Davis), £3 3s. 

727 Pellegrini, C, Mrs. Starr, Mother Superior of the Convent of our Lady of Mercy, 

Hull ; February 20, 1869 (Pollard), los. 6d. 

728 Ward, L., The Earl of Stair, K.T. ; September 22, 1883 (Balfour), £4 14s. 6d 



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729 Pellegrini, C, Lord Stanley, afterwards fifteenth Earl of Derby , June 26, 1869 

(Sampson), £4 14s. 6d. 

730 Pellegrini, C, Colonel the Rt. Hon. Frederick Arthur Stanley, M.P. ; afterwards 

Earl of Derby ; May 24, 1879 (Gooden & Fox), £10 los. 

731 Montbard, Mr. (afterwards Sir) H. M. Stanley; November 2, 1872 (Sabin), 

£13 13s. 

732 Montbard, Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, D.D., Dean of Westminster ; September 

31, 1872 (Maggs), £5 15s. 6d. 

733 Pellegrini, C, Philip Henry, Earl Stanhope ; May 23, 1874. Ward, L., Hon. 

Edward Stanhope, M.P. ; April 12, 1879 (Stanhope), £4 4s. 

734 Pellegrini, C, Rt. Hon. James Stansfield ; April 10, 1869. Pellegrini, C, 

General Sir Thomas Steele, K.C.B. ; July 20, 1878 (Wilkinson), ^3 3s. 

735 Ward, L., Mr. Steel ; October 27, 1877 (Spurling), £1 iis. 6d. 

736 Ward, L., The Hon. Sir James Fitzjames Stephen ; March 7, 1885 (Sabin), 

£2 2S. 

737 Ward, L., General Sir Frederic Stephenson, G.C.B. ; June 18, 1887 (Wilkinson), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

738 Pellegrini, C, General Sir Donald Stewart, G.C.B. ; January 15, 1887 (Lsurkin), 

£3 3s. 

739 Ward, L., Mr. William Stuart Stirling-Crawford ; November 22, 1879 (D unn and 

Gardner), £5 5s. 

740 Ward, L., Sir Walter George Stirling, Bart.; July 26, 1884. Pellegrini, C, 

Sir K. H. Storks ; December 24, 1870. Pellegrini, C, Sir Henry Josias 
Stracey, Bart. ; July 10, 1875 (Cubitt), £1 iis. 6d. 

741 Pellegrini. C, Lt.-Col. Henry Stracey, Scots Guards ; April 24, 1880 (Larkin), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

742 Pellegrini, C, The Earl of Stradbrooke ; July 31, 1875 (Pawsey & Payne), 

£2 i2s. 6d. 

743 Ward, L., Sir Douglas Straight ; May 10, 1879 (Gooden & Fox), £4 4s. 

744 Pellegiini, C, Lord Strathnaim ; August 20, 1870 (Mitfoid), £$ 13s. 6d. 

.745 Ward, L., Mr. Charles Beilby Stuart-Wortley, M.P. ; September 11, 1886 
(Mitford), £1 IIS. 6d. 

746 Ward, L., Mr. E. Sturge ; November 20, 1886. Ward, L., Col. Charles Napiec 

Sturt ; November 25, 1876 (Athurton), £4. 4s. 

747 Pellegrini, C, Lord Suffield ; May 3, 1879 (Larkin), £3 3s. 

748 Prosper!, The Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire ; December 31, 1887 (Cox), 

£3 3S. 

749 Pellegrini, C, Sir Arthur SulUvan ; March 14, 1874 (Maggs), £7 17s. 6d. 

750 Pellegrini, C, Sir Edward Robert Sullivan, Bart. ; June 13, 1885. Nast, T., 

Hon. Charles Sumner, member of the United States Senate ; May 25, 1872 
(Maggs), £2 2S. 

751 Pellegrini, C, The Duke of Sutherland ; July 9, 1870 (C. Davis), £2 12s. 6d. 

752 Pellegrini, C, Sir Thomas Sutherland, M.P. ; October 22, 1887 (Maggs), 

£1 IS. 

753 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Algernon Charles Swinburne ; November 21, 1874 (Mitford), 

£6 6s. 

754 Pellegrini, C, Viscount Sydney ; May i, 1869 (Guinness), £2 2s. 

755 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Christopher Sykes, M.P. ; November 14, 1874 (Larkin), 

£6 6s. 

756 Ward, L., Sir Tatton Sykes, Bart. ; August 23, 1S79 (Larkin), £s 15s. 6d. 

757 Ward, L., Dr. Charles Keams Tanner, M.P. ; August 4, 1888. Pellegrini, C, 

Col. The Rt. Hon. Thomas Edward Taylor, M.P. : July 4, 1874 (Maggs), 
los. 6d. 



264 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

758 Prosperi, Mr. Edmund Tattersall ; May 8, 1886 (Kirkwood), £10 los. 

759 Ward, L., Mr. Tom Taylor ; March 11, 1876 (Larkin), £$ 15s. 6d. 

760 Thompson, A., Prince Teck, H.S.H. the Duke of Teck ; May 14, 1870 (C.Davis), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

761 Tissot, J., Rev. Frederic Temple, D.D., afterwards Archbishop of Canterbury ; 

November 6, 1869 (Walters), £4 4s. 

762 Ward, L., Sir Richard Temple, Bart., G.C.S.I. : January 15, 1S81 (Cubitt), 

763 Pellegrini, C, General Viscount Templetown ; August 18, 1888 (Huggins), 

£1 IS. 

764 Verheyden, Sir Charles Tennant, Bart., M.P. ; June 9, 1883 (Shuttleworth), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

765 Ward, L., Sir John Tenniel ; October 26, 1878 (Waters), £11 iis. 

766 Pellegrini, C, Alfred Tennyson ; July 22, 1871 (Maggs), £7 17s. 6d. 

767 Cecioni, M. Louis Adolphe Thiers ; January 6, 1872. Pellegrini, C, Lord 

Tenterden ; August 17, 1878 (Tendent), £4 4s. 

768 Pellegrini, C, Sir Henry Thompson, Bart. ; August i, 1874 (Stow), £2 2S. 

769 Verheyden, Mr. Thomas Thomhill, M.P. ; June 2, 1883. Pellegrini, C, Rt. 

Hon. Sir Edward Thornton, G.C.B. ; March 27, 1886 (Murray), los. 6d. 

770 Ward, L., Dr. Anthony Wilson Thorold, Bishop of Rochester ; January 10, 

1885. Ward, L., Rt. Hon. Lord Henry Frederick Thynne, M.P. ; May 26, 
1877 (Col. Shuttleworth), £2 2S. 

771 Pellegrini, C, Sir Roger Doughty Tichborne, Bart. ? June 10, 1871 (Poulter), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

772 Ward, L., Lord Tollemache ; April 30, 1881. Ward, L., Viscount Torrington ; 

April 15, 1876 (Gooden & Fox), £5 5s. 

773 Ward, L., Mr. John Laurence Toole ; July 29, 1876 (Gooden & Fox), £11 us. 

774 Ward, L., Rev. Arthur Tooth ; February 10, 1877. Ward, L., Mr. William 

McCullagh Torrens, M.P. ; December 8, 1883 (Box), £1 is. 

775 Pellegrini, C, Signor Paolo Tosti ; November 14, 1885 (Larkin), £10 ids. 

776 Thompson, A., The Marquess Townshend ; February 26, 1870 (Cubitt), 

£s 3S- 

777 Pellegrini, C, Lord Truro; January i, 1887. Ward L., Mr. Arthur Loftus 

Tottenham, M.P. ; April 15, 1882 (Shuttleworth), £1 is. 

778 Ward, L., Sir George Otto Trevelyan, Bart., M.P. ; August 2, 1873 (Maggs), 

£2 2S. 

779 Tissot, J., General Trochu ; September 17, 1870 (C. Davis), £5 5s. 

780 Ward, L., Mr. Anthony Trollope ; April 5, 1873 (Maggs), £4 4s. 

781 Tissot, J., Abdul Aziz, Sultan of Turkey ; October 30, 1869 (Maggs), £7 7s. 

782 Pellegrini, C, The Marquis of Tweedale, K.T., G.C.B. ; January 8, 1876 

(Turner), £6 6s. 

783 Chartran, T., The Marchioness of Tweedale ; March i, 1884 (Shuttleworth), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

784 Cecioni, Professor Tjmdall ; April 6, 1872 (Maggs), £6 6s. 

785 Ward, L., Hon. Harry Tyrwhitt-Wilson ; February 13, 1886 (Larkin), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

786 Montbard, Rev. Charles John Vaughan, D.D. ; August 24, 1872 (Mitford), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

787 Chartran, T., Giuseppe Verdi ; February 15, 1879 (Sabin), £11 os. 6d. 

788 Ward, L., Sir Harry Verney, Bart., M.P. ; July 15, 1882. Pellegrini, C,. 

Rt. Hon. Sir W. R. Vesey Fitzgerald ; May 2, 1874 (Huggins), £2 2s. 

789 Thompson, A., Rt. Hon. W. G. G. V. Vernon-Harcourt, M.P. ; June 4, 1870 

(Larkin), £4 14s. 6d. 



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790 Tissot, J., Victor Emanuel I, King of Italy; January 29, 1870 (Larkin), 

£\ 14s. 6d. 

791 Tissot, J., Rt. Hon. Charles Pelham Villiers, M.P. ; August 21, 1872 (Amor), 

£4 4S. 

792 Ward, L., Colonel Sir Howard Vincent, K.C.M.G. ; December 22, 1883 (Maggs), 

£2 2S. 

793 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Henry Villebois ; September 8, 1877. Ward, L., Lord 

Vivian ; August 19, 1876. Ward, L., Sir Hussey Vivian, Bart., M.P., 
June 5, 1886 (Sabin), £19 8s. 6d. 

794 Chartran, T., Lt.-Col. Ralph Vivian ; April 21, 1883. Pellegrini, C, The 

Hon. J. C. Vivian ; November 5, 1870 (Sabin), £7 7s. 

795 Tissot, J., Rev. Charles Voysey (lithograph) ; October 21, 1871 (C. Davis), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

796 Chartran, T., M. William Henry Waddington ; September 28, 1878 (Mitford), 

£445. 

797 Ward, L., Richard Wagner ; May 29, 1877 (Sabin), £21. 

798 Tissot, J., H.R.H. the Prince of Wales ; November 8, 1873 (C. Davis), £1 is. 

799 Ward, L., H.R.H. the Prince of Wales (H.M. King Edward VII) ; December 

10, 1878 (Gooden & Fox), £10 los. 

800 Chartran, T., H.R.H. the Princess of Wales (H.M. Queen Ale.xandra) ; 

December 5, 1882 (Pollard), £17 17s. 

801 Ward, L., Sir Richard Wallace, Bart. ; November 29, 1S73 (Pawsey & Payne), 

£6 6s. 

802 Cecioni, Rt. Hon. Spencer Horatio Walpole, M.P. ; February 10, 1872 (Maggs), 

los. 6d. 

803 Prosperi, Colonel William Hood Walrond, M.P. ; July 17, 1886 (Maggs), 

IDS. 6d. 

804 Chartran, T., Lord Walsingham ; September 9, 1882 (Mitford), £3 3s. 

805 Ward, L., Mr. John Walter, M.P. ; September 10, 1881 (Cubitt), £3 13s. 6d. 

806 Ward, L., Mr. Edward Matthew Ward, R.A. ; December 20, 1873 (Maggs), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

807 Ward, L., Mr. Samuel Ward ; January 10, 1880 (Lord Redesdale), £1 is. 

808 Ward, L., Dr. Edmond Warre, Proyost of Eton ; June 20, 1885 (Cubitt), £21. 

809 Pellegrini, C, General Sir Charles Warren, K.C.M.G. ; February 6, 1886 

(Maggs), los. 6d. 

810 Pellegrini, C, Mr Charles Nicholas Warton, M.P. ; May 10, 1884 (Maggs), 

£1 IS. 

811 Ward, L., The fifth Marquis of Waterford, K.P. ; August 9, 1879 (Larkin), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

812 Chartran, T., The Marchioness of Waterford; September i, 1883 (Mitford), 

£10 los. 

813 Cecioni, Sir Sydney Waterlow, Lord Mayor of London ; November g, 1872 

(Spencer), £1 iis. 6d. 

814 Pellegrini, C, Sir Edward WiUiam Watkin, M.P. ; November 6, 1875. Ward, 

L., Lord Waveney : April 2, 1881 (Gooden & Fox), £6 6s. 

815 Prosperi, John Watts ; June 25, 1887 (Shuttleworth), £6 6s. 

816 Pellegrini, C, Captain Mathew Webb; October g, 1875 (Shuttleworth), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

817 Verheyden, Mr. Richard Everard Webster, Q.C., now Lord Alverstone ; May 

26, 1883 (Maggs), £7 17s. 6d. 

818 Ward, L., Mrs. Georgina Weldon ; May 3, 1884 (Lord Redesdale), £5 5s. 

819 Ward, L., Hon. and Very Rev. Gerald Valerian Wellesley, Dean of Windsor ; 

April 8, 1876 (Maggs), los. 6d. 



266 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

820 Pellegrini, C, Col. the Hon. Frederick Arthur Wellesley ; May 25, 1878 

(Shuttleworth) , £1 is. 

821 Cecioni, Sir Arthur Richard Wellesley, Duke of Wellington, K.G. ; June 22, 

1872 (Mitford), £7 17s. 6d. 

822 Pellegrini, C, The Duke of Wellington; January 3, 1885 (Mitford), £3 13s. 6d, 

823 Pellegrini, C, Lord Westbury, Lord High Chancellor ; May 15, 1869 (Maggs), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

824 Pellegrini, C, The Marquis of Westminster, afterwairds first Duke ; July 16, 

1870 (C. Davis), £6 6s. 

825 Ward, L., The twelfth Earl of Westmorland ; November 10, 1883 (Shuttle- 

worth), £5 15s. 6d. 

826 Pellegrini, C, Lord V/hamcliffe ; August 14, 1875. Pellegrini, C, George- 

Hammond \\'halley, M.P. ; February 18, 1871 (C. Davis), £2 2S. 

827 Ward, L., Mr. James M'Neill Whistler ; January 12, 1878 (Sabin), £21. 

828 Hay, Rt. Hon. James Whitehead, Lord Mayor of London ; March 16, 1889. 

Pellegrini, C, Rev. Henry White ; December 26, 1874. Ward, L., Mr. 
M. E. Whitley, M.P. ; February 21, 1880 (Mitford), £3, 13s. 6d. 

829 Tissot, J., Mr. George John Whyte-Melville (lithograph) ; September 23, 1871 

(Larkin), £7 7s. 

830 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Oscar Wilde : May 24, 1884 (Poulter), £21. 

831 Ward, L., Dr. George Howard Wilkinson, Bishop of Truro ; December 26, 

1885 (Shuttleworth), £1 is. 

832 Ward, L., Mr. Montague Williams, Q.C. ; November i, 1879 (Larkin), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

833 Pellegrini, C, General Owen Lewis Williams ; January 19, 1878 (Redesdale), 

£6 16s. 6d. 

834 Ward, L., Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, Bart., M.P. ; June 14, 1873 (Maggs), 

IDS. 6d. 

835 Ward, L., Mr. Charles Watkin Williams-Wynn, afterwards sixth Baronet ; 

June 28, 1879 (Maggs), £1 is. 

836 Ward, L., Sir John Christopher Willoughby, Bart. ; September 6, 1884 

(Shuttleworth), £2 2s. 

837 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Charles Henry Wilson, M.P., afterwards first Lord Nun- 

burnholme ; February 21, 1885 (C. Davis), £4 4s. 

838 Ward, L., Sir Erasmus Wilson, M.R.C.S. ; December 18, 1880 (Maggs), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

839 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Rivers Wilson, C.B. ; November 9, 1878. Ward, L., Sir 

Samuel Wilson ; January 24, 1885 (Sabine), £3 13s. 6d. 

840 Tissot, J., The Earl of Wilton ; August 23, 1873 (Mitford), £1 irs. 6d. 

841 Chartran, T., Lord Wimborne ; September 23, 1882 (Pollard), £5 5s. 

842 Ward, L., Earl of Wincholsea and Nottingham ; October 2, 1880 (Howard), 

£5 5s. 

843 Ward, L., The Marquis of Winchester ; February 14, 1877 (Ramsden), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

844 Pellegrini, C, Mr. Roland Winn, M.P., afterwards first Lord St. Oswald ; August 

29, 1874 (C. Davis), los. 6d. 

845 Prosperi, The Winning Post, with portraits of J. Osborne, T. Cannon, J. Watts, 

F. Webb, F. Barrett, G. Barrett, W. Robinson, F. Rickaby, Sir John Astley, 
and " Judge " Clark ; December 8, 1888 (Shuttleworth), £37 i6s. 

846 Pellegrini, C, Sir Henry Drummond Wolff, K.C.M.G., M.P. ; September 5, 

1894 (Mitford), £3 13s. 6d. 

847 Pellegrini, C, Sir Garnet Wolseley, Bart., K.C.G. ; April 18, 1874 (Shuttle- 

worth), £5 15s. 6d. 



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848 Pellegriai, C, Sir George Orby Wombwell, Bart. ; January 24, 1874 (Wills), 

£10 lOS. 

849 Prosperi, Charles Wood ; May 22, 1886 (Sliuttleworth), £2 12s. 6d. 

850 Ward, L., Field-Marshal Sir Evelyn Wood, K.C.B., V.C. ; November 15, 

1879 (Shuttleworth), £2 12s. 6d. 

851 Pellegrini, C, Baron Henry de Worms, M.P., afterwards Lord Pirbright ; 

May 22, 1880 (Maggs), £1 is. 

852 Pellegrini, C, Sir Charles Lennox Wyke, K.C.B. ; February 9, 1884. Ward, L., 

Hon. Percy Scawen Wyndham, M.P. ; October 30 1880 (Maggs), £1 is. 

853 Ward, L., Mr. Edmund Hodgson Yates ; November 26, 1878 (C. Davis), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

854 Ward, L., Admiral Sir Hastings Yelverton, G.C.B. ; June 23, 1887 (Sebright), 

£5 5S. 

855 Pellegrini, C, The Archbishop of York, Dr. Thomson ; June 24, 1871 (C.Davis), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

856 Ward, L., Hon. Alexander Grantham Yorke ; August 20, 1881 (C. Davis), 

£S 3S. 

857 Pellegrini, C, Sir Allen Young ; December 15, 1877 (Mitford), £5 15s. 6d. 

858 Tissot, J., The Earl of Zetland ; December 4, 1869 (Lander), £5 15s. 6d. 

859 Ward, L., The Marquis of Zetland ; July 31, 1886 (Pawsey & Payne), £3 13s. 6d, 

860 Chartran, T., Emile Zola ; January 24, 1880 (C. Davis), £21. 



268 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March 9, 1912. Christie's. 

DRAWINGS. 

The Property of the late Edward Atkinson, Esq., 
Rosebank, Fowey. 

1 AUingham, H., Old cottage, with children at the door — iij X i6 (Sampson)* 

£42. 

2 AUingham, H., Weycombe farm — 7^ X 7j (Leggatt), £5 5s. 

3 Anderson, R., A.R.S.A., 1882, Door of St. Michael, Seville— 30J X 2i| (Evans), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

4 Ball, Wilfrid, 1896, A Surrey mere — 6 X 10 (Gooden &. Fox), £15 15s. 

5 Ball, Wilfrid, 1888, Bosham, Sussex— 5* x gi (Gooden & Fox), £5 5s. 

6 Ball, Wilfrid, 1893, On the Nile— 6J- X iij (Spencer), £1 iis. 6d. 

7 Bonington, R. P., Rouen, from the Catherine Hill — 5J X 8^ (Leggatt), £32 lis. 

8 Brittan, C. E., Near Lydford, evening ; and Lago Maggiore (Oppeiiheimer), 

£8 18s. 6d. 

9 Carlandi, O., Sozatte ; and Ponte Assai (Leggatt), £2 2S. 

10 Carlandi, O., Llugwy rapids ; and Woodland cottage, by S. S. Warren (Oppen- 

heimer), £6 i6s. 6d. 

11 Carter, R. H., Granite cliffs — 27 X 51 (Sampson), £6 6s. 

12 Carter, R. H., A November sea — 27 X 51 (Sampson), £8 i8s. 6d. 

13 Chettle, E. M., 1907, Boston stump — 15J X loj (Kite), £2 2S. 

14 Cole, Vicat, R.A., 1865, Hay-time — 10 X 14 (Mitchell), £43 is. 

15 Coleridge, F. G., Near Holme Lacy ; and Near Leysdinam — 7 X loj (Oppen- 

heimer), £11 os. 6d. 

16 Collier, T. On the East coast — 9^ X 13J (Leggatt), £33 12s. 

17 Cook, E. Wake, Mount Eglinton, New Zealand — 9J X i3i (Ellis), £7 7s. 

18 Cook, E. Wake, 1885, Maori Leap, Tailsi river, Otago, New Zealand^-SJ X izj 

(Spencer), £4 4s. 

19 Cooper, Bjnron, The Cornish coast — 14 X 21 (Oppenheimer), £6 6s. 

20 Cox, D. 1836, Harlech castle — 7 X loj (Grindley & Palmer), £44 2s. 

21 Diapres, A. D., After the feast — 8| X 14!- (Spencer), £12 12s. 

22 Duncan, E., 1874, Loch Scavaig, Isle of Skye — 17J X 35J (Sampson), £10 los. 

23 Duncan, E., Shoreham harbour — 13 X 20 (McEwan), £2 2S. 

24 Duncan, E., 1861, Breezy day off the Isle of Wight — gj X 19I- (McEwan), 

£12 I2S. 

25 East, Sir Alfred, A.R.A., The Inland Sea, Japan — 7f X 14 (Kite), £3 13s. 6d. 

26 Edson, Allan, An abandoned shanty ; and Mount Maurice, near Quebec : 

Sunset (Oppenheimer), £6 i6s. 6d. 

27 EIUs, Edwin, Whitby pier — 12|- X 35J (Evans), £19 19s. 

28 Evans, Bernard, Magagnose, near Grasse, South of France — 15 J X 29i 

(Sampson), £21. 

29 Evans; Bernard, Rectory meadow, Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire — 15 X 49J 

(Sampson), £30 9s. 

30 Fielding, C, 1842, Isle of Wight, from Bow Hill, Sussex — lof X 15* (Agnew), 

£189. 

31 Fox, H. C, 1907, North country stream — 26J X 39^ (Sampson), £10 los. 

32 Fripp, G. A., Goring church and bridge — 12J X 25J (Agnew), £25 4s. 

33 Fripp, G. A., 1848, Angera, from the Heights above Arona — i3i X 21 (Agnew), 

£44 2S. 

34 Fripp, G. A., Near Ullswater — 10 X 14 (Bower), £6 6s. 



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35 Fripp, G. A., Highland lake, with deer — 9J X 13! (Hodgson), ^fio los. 

36 Fripp, G. A., -Distant view of Kenilworth Castle — 9J X 13J (King), £5 5s. 

37 FuUeylove, J., Argos and Larissa — 5 x 7 (A. K. King), £3 3s. 

38 Goodwin, A., Dordrecht — 9J x 14^ (King), £ig 19s. 

39 Goodwin, H., 1891, Cloud-la|id : Sunrise from the Rigi — 10 X 14^ (Leggatt), 

£3 3S- 

40 Haag, Carl, The amphitheatre, Tusculum — 11 x 19* (Birnbaum), £13 2S. 6d. 

41 Hemy, G. Napier, R.A., 1905, After a breeze — 17J x 26i (Vicars), £71 8s. 

42 Herbert, A., The wreck— 15 J X 39 (J . Smith), £18 i8s. 

43 Hopkins, F. A., Canoes in a fog, Lake Superior — 12J x 22 (Amor), £6 6s. 

44 Hunt, A. W., 1873, The stillness of the lake at dawn — ro x i3j- (Agnew), 

£44 2S. 

45 Jackson, S. P., 1867, Moel Siabod, from the valley of the Lledr, North Wales — 

22i X 37J (McEwen), £8 8s. 

46 Jackson, S. P., 1861, Off the shore : Evening — 16 x 25 (Ellis), £14 3s. 6d. 

47 Johnson, E. K., 1884, Pin-money — 20^ X 30^ (Oppenheimer), £15 155. 

48 Kerr, G. S., The rising tide ; and Jezreel, Palestine, by H. R. Rabb, 1903 

(Port), £r IIS. 6d. 

49 Langley, Walter, 1892, One man one vote — 14J X loj (Sampson), £8 8s. 

50 LesUe, G. D., R.A., 1867, Willow ! Willow ! — 14! X 22^ (Sampson), £12 12s. 

51 Lloyd, Stuart, 1904, On the Arun : A good place for fishing — iii x 35* 

(Parkyn), £14 14s. 

52 Macallum, Hamilton, 1894, Hay-barge on the Rhine — 7j X i3i (Smith), 

£11 IIS. 

53 Macwhirter, J., R.A., Genoa harbour — 13 J X igi (Ellis), £22 is. 

54 May, W. W., Silvery midnight at Tromso ; and Inner harbour, Bergen (Oliver), 

£2 2S. 

55 McKewan, D. H., Ludlow castle — 13J X 19J (McEwen), £13 13s. 

56 Mogford, J., Solway Firth, looking towards the Cumberland mountains — 

9I X 20J (Oppenheimer), £5 5s. 

57 Murray, David, R.A., 1886, St. Valery-sur-Somme, Picardy — 10 X 14 (Kite), 

£7 7s. 

58 Naftel, P., J. 1886-8, River, near Bettws-y-Coed ; and CUffs, at Havre, Gosselin, 

Sark, a pair — 13} >: 9J (Oppenheimer), £7 17s. 6d. 

59 Naftel, P. J, 1872, Market-place, Jerez de la Frontera, Andalusia, Spain — 

9 X I7i (Huggins), £7 173. 6d. 

60 Newton, A. P., Naples from Capri ; and In Rushford meadows, Chagford, by 

A. Shelly (Oppenheimer), £2 2S. 

61 Palmer, Sutton, Cader Idris — 13* x igi (Sampson), £10 los. 

62 Parsons, Alfred, R.A., Daffodils — i3i X gj (Sampson), £7 7s. 

63 Pearson, C, 1874, Mouth of the Taw and the Torridge, Bideford Bay — 8J X 16J 

(Oppenheimer), £7 7s. 

64 Pilleau, H., 1866, Travelling in the Far East— iij x 18J (McEwen), £2 12s. 6d. 

65 Richardson, T. M., i860, Arisaig, with a distant view of the islands of Muck and 

Rum — 14 X 33J (Sampson), £75 12s. 

66 Richardson, T. M., 1857, Sermonita, Italy — 15 X 24J (Sampson), £42. 

67 Richardson, T. M., 1867, St. Leonards— 8} X i6i (Grindley & Palmer), 

£31 los. 
58 Richardson, T. M., Cologne, moonlight — 5 x 7j (Bowden), £2 2S. 

69 Roberts, D., R.A., 1837, Salamanca — 10} X 16} (Bowden), £19 19s. 

70 Roberts, D., R.A., 1834, Gaucin, looking towards Gibraltar — 9 x 12} (Bowden), 

£23 2S. 

71 Robertson, C, On the Blythe, Suffolk— gi x 13^ (Bowden), £6 6s. 



270 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

72 Robertson, C, Morning grey, Whitby — 3J X 5J (Bowden), £2 12s. 6d. 

73 Robertson, C, Bread-seller, Tangier — 14 x 10 (Vicars), £10 ids. 

74 Roussoff, A. N., 1885, Canal in Venice — 13 X 6J (Vicars), £5 5s. 

75 Rowbotham, T. L., 1862, Near Spezzia — loj X 20 J (Grindley & Palmer), 

£19 19s. 

76 Stanfield, C, R.A., 1830, The Mewstone, Plymouth — 12 X i6i (Oppenheimer), 

£2 i2s. 6d. 

77 Stvurge, F. W., View in the Pyrenees ; and Samson Island, from St. Mary's, 

Scilly, 1898, a pair — loj x 14^ (Spencer), £2 2s. 

78 Thome-Waite, R., Harvest-time, Shoreham valley — 9 x 27I (King), £60 iSs. 

79 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Fowey harbour — 6 X 9 (Kite), £63. 

80 & 81 Vemer, F. A., 1884, In Yellowstone park : Sunset — 9f x 20 ; Waterlow, 

Sit E. A., R.A., Lugger inn, Fowey — 23i X 19J (Leggatt), £40 19s. 

82 Weber, Otto, Whitesand Bay, Land's End — 14 x 24J (Oppenheimer), £6 6s. 

83 Weedon, A. W., 1888 Rough pasture — 25J X 39J- (Sampson), £23 2S. 

84 Weedon, A. W., Weald of Kent, from near Chigginton ; and Sussex Common, 

near Littlehampton, a pair — 14 x 20J (Phillips), £18 i8s. 

85 Weedon, A. W., 1890, Road to Winchelsea — 9 x 20 (Huggins), £12 12s. 

86 Weedon, A. W., 1888, Amberley, from Arundel — 8f X 20 (McEwen),£i2 12s. 

87 Weedon, A. W., 1893, Cutting reeds, Kerhaven — iij x 20J (Spencer), £11 iis. 

88 Williamson, F., Porlock, Somerset — 8J X i3i (Agnew), £16 i6s. 

89 WUUamson, F., Whitby, looking to Larpool — 8J X 14 (Ellis), £12 12s. 

90 Wimbush, H. S., Totnes Bridge ; and The glistening sea, by S. J. Lamoma 

Birch (Oppenheimer), £9 19s. 6d. 

91 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " Lotos," with winning flag — 5^ X ii| (Kite), £7 7s. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

92 Andreotti, F., Courtship — i7i x 14 (McEwen), £28 7s. 

93 Ansdell, R., R.A., 1874, The pet calf — 29J X 24^ (Sampson), £28 7s. 

94 Billotte, Rene, View on the Eure, with angler, panel — 9 X 12^ (Spencer), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

95 Bouguereau, W., 1879, Anina — i7i X r4i (Sampson), £84. 

96 Brett, J., A.R.A., Cape Wrath— 14^ X 29^ (Mitchell), £8 i8s. 6d. 

97 Brett, J., A.R.A., 1889, Merope rocks — gj x i8| (Vicars), £9 19s. 6d. 

98 Brett, J., A.R.A., 1888, The Uon, the lizard, and the stag— 9i X i8f (Leggatt), 

£11 IIS. 

99 Brett, J., A.R.A., 1872, Longships — 6J X 13I (Shepherd), £10 los. 

100 Browne, Henriette, The gamekeeper's children — 15^ x loj (Sampson), 

£17 17s. 
loi Carter,'*R. H., Cool morning in September : O.xna, Papa and distant islands — 

23J X 35i (Oliver), £22 is. 

102 Cole, Vicat, R.A., 1887, Cornfield, near Goring-on-Thames — 31J X sij (Samp- 

son), £388 lOS. 

103 Collier, T., 1884, Lymington Common, Hampshire — iiJ X 17J (Gooden & Fox), 

£84. 

104 Constable, J., R. A., Summer showers, panel — 6? x gj (Huhlmann), £23 2S. 

105 Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1850, Scheveningen beach — 17J X 35i (Gooden & Fox), 

£42- 

106 Cooper, Byron, St. Ives by moonlight — igj x 29J (Jackson), £5 5s. 

107 Cooper, Byron, by summer seas, Carbis Bay, Cornwall, panel — loj X 15J 

(Oppenheimer), £5 15s. 6d. 

108 Cooper, Byron, The harbour bar, Hayle : Moonlight ; and The hush of the 

evening, Grasmere, a pair, panel — loj X 15^ (Jackson), £5 5s. 



March 9, 1912. 271 

109 Cooper, Byron, The hinterland, St. Ives, Cornwall ; and On the Cornish coast, 

panel (Oppenheimer), £8 8s. 
no Cox, D., Harlech castle. North Wales — 22^ X 32! (Vicars), £325 ids. 

111 Co.'i, D., A Welsh farm— 13 X 17 (King), £273- 

112 Davis, H. W. B., R.A., 1886, Flood on the Wye subsiding, R.A., 1886 — 25 J X 

47* (Agnew), £157. 

113 Davis, H. W. B., R.A., 1868-81, Spring: Normandy— 14^ X 29I (Sampson), 

£38 17s. 

114 Davis, H. W. B., R.A., 1880, On the cliffs near Boulogne— 2oi X i6§ (Agnew), 

£75 I2S. 

115 Dighton, W. E. J., 1845, Haymaking at Sonning-on-Thames — 35^ X 53 

(Vicars), £36 15s. 

116 Duncan, E., Worm's head, coast of Gower, Soutli Wales— 22J X zsi (Rainey), 

£21- 

117 Ellis, Edwin, On the Yorkshire coast — 27 X 49 (Vicars), £44 2S. 

118 Ellis, Edwin, Rockbound coast, Anglesey— i7i X 324 (Permain), £21. 
ng Ellis, Edwin, Toilers of the sea— i7i X 32i (Permain), £28 7s. 

120 Faed, T., R.A., 1876, Gone to the wars — 18J X 24J (Sampson) — 

" But I, wie my poor nurselings here, 
Nae mate tae help, nae mate to cheer. 
Pass widowed nights, and restless days 
Wie Willie far frae Logan Braes." 

121 Faed, T., R.A., 1864, On the Coast of Arran— igj X 13J (Sampson), £131 5s. 

122 Farquharson, D., A.R.A., 1904, Dartmoor ponies — irj X igi (Oppenheimer), 

£15 15s. 

123 Frere, Ed., 1864, Sailing the toy boat, panel — 15 X 12 (Sampson), £13 13s. 

124 Graham, Peter, R.A., 1879, The sea-birds' home — 35! X 27i (Sampson), 

£115 lOS. 

125 Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., 1879, Gleam of sunshine. Hart's lock wood — 

iSi X 23J (McEwan) — 

" Whisper'd the ripples, murmured the leaves, 
Melody soft of the Autumn eves." 

126 Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., 1882, Autumn: Below Streatley — 13J X 23^ 

(McEwen), £35 14s. 

127 Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., 1882, Essex marshes, near Purfleet— 13J X 234 

(Vicars), £38 12s. 

128 Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., Backwater, Temple Lock — 13^ X 23* (McEwen), 

£37 i6s. 

129 Hayes, E., R.H.A., 1876, Dutch boat, off Eddystone, nmning free— 11 X i7h 

(Permain), £7 7s. 

130 Hemy, C. Napier, R.A., 1883, The crabber's hole— igj X 29i (Mitchell), 

£42. 

131 Hemy, C. Napier, R.A., 1896, The coming storm— 19J X 29J (Vicars), £27 6s. 

132 Herring, J. F., sen., 1845, Ducks, after Nature — 21J >; 29J (Brooksbank), 

£21. 

133 Hilder, R., Woody road scene, with horseman and figures, panel — loj X 13* 

(Gooden & Fox), £15 15s. 

134 Hodgson, J. E., R.A., 1875, Returning the salute, Tangier — 18J X 33i 

(Spencer), £8 8s. 

135 Hook, J. C, R.A., 1874, On the Cornish coast — 16 X 25 (Sampson), £110 5s. 

136 Hurt, L. B., Over the Sand-dunes — 23J X 35i (Mitchell), £27 6s. 

137 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1885, " Hedgerow elms on hillocks green," R.A., 18S5 — 

47i X 7ri (Amor), £399. 



272 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

138 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1872, Fine afternoon on the Thames — 12^ X 23J (Agnew), 

£84. 

139 Lewis, J. F., R.A., 1858, Bedouin Sheilch, panel, R.A., 1861 — 16} x lij 

(Leggatt), ^'iS iSs. 

140 Linnell, J., 1830, Milking, panel — 16 X i2| (Agnew), £68 5s. 

141 Linnell, J., sen., Sunset, panel — 6J- X 9 (Vicars), £27 6s. 

142 Macwhirter, J., R.A., Florence, from San Miniato : Evening — 20 X J,T 

(McEwen), £39 i8s. 

143 Macwhirter, J., R.A., Grey morning, Corrie, Arran — 12I X 18 (Leggatt), 

£15 15s. 

144 Moore, H., R.A., 1875, Summer moonlight in the downs, R.A., 1875 — ■ 

35i X 53* (Sampson), £29 8s. 

145 Moore, H., R.A., Summer squall off Nare Head, Cornwall — 21 X 30J (Vicars), 

£141 15s. 

146 Mutrie, A. F., Autumn flowers — 31 X 24* (Sampson), £5 5s. 

147 Neubert, L., Meadow-land — 15 X 31 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

148 Parsons, Alfred, R.A., Going westward : Valley of the Avon — 35^ x 59J 

(Kite), £89 5S. 

149 Rich, W. G., 1886, Return of the flock— 15I X 29J (Sampson), £8 8s. 

150 Riviere, Briton, R.A., 1887, Possession — 17^ X 13 (Sampson), £37 i6s. 

151 Rogers, E., Hever castle, Kent, panel — 13 X 8} (Oppenheimer), £7 7s. 

152 Sadler, W. Dendy, 1885, A work of art — 23* X 18 J (Lefevre), £52 los. 

153 Scarpinato, F., 1883, On the lagoons, Venice — 16 X 29 (Leggatt), £6 i6s. 6d. 

154 Simmons, J. Deane, Fern-harvesting, Surrey — 11 J X 19 J (Evans), £7 7s. 

155 Stark, J., River scene, with cottage among trees, and two peasants in a boat, 

panel — loj X 14^ (Agnew), £63. 

156 Tamburini, A., A good vintage ; and Tuning-up, a pair — ii-J X 9J (McEwen), 

£28 7s. 

157 Thaulow, Fritz, On the Dordogne — 25^ X 3ii (Tooth), £178 los. 

158 Unterberger, F. R., Amalfi, Gulf of Salerno — 31^ X 27 (Lister), £32 iis. 

159 Vinea, F., 1879, La Cantina, panel — 16J X 21^ (Sampson), £63. 

160 Watts, G. F., R.A., 1879, Portrait of the artist, in grey coat and skull cap — 

25J X 2oi (Fine Art Society), £48 6s. 

161 Weber, Otto, MuUion Cove, Cornwall — 17J X 29J (Parkyn), £29 8s. 

162 Webster, T., R.A., Politicians, panel — 9 X i4i (Leggatt), £r5 15s. 



163 Mieris, W. van, A hermit, in brown dress, reading a book ; a skull and crucifix 
before him, panel — 7f X 6J (Renton), £37 i6s. 



March ii, 1912. 273 

March 11, 1912. Christie's. 

Property of the late Sir Thomas Lucas, Bart., Heather- 
wood, Ascot. 

DRAWINGS. 

r Baron, Helene M., River scene; Fishing-boats, by J. Nottley ; four other 
drawings ; and a Print (Smith), £1 its. 6d. 

2 Cooper, T. S., R.A., Three cows, on the bank of a stream — 8 X loj (Falser), 

£26 5S. 

3 Foster, Birket, Arundel — 13J X 27J (Williamson), £378. 

4 Foster, Birket, Spring-time : Children gathering primroses — gi x 14 (Agnew), 

£194 5s. 

5 Foster, Birket, Winter: Children feeding birds — gi x 14 (Sampson), £168. 

6 Haag, Carl, Tjrrolese peasant — 13I- x gf (Newman), £2 12s. 6d. 

7 Hunt, W., May-blossom, and hedge-sparrow's nest, oval — iij x 13 (Sampson), 

£10 los. 

8 Jenkins, J. J., 1855, At the spmning-wheel — 16J X ii| (Huggins), £1 iis. 6d. 
g Macquoid, T., 1866, Hawthorn and bluebells — 6\ X loj (Woods), £1 is. 

10 Penley, A., The clothes-line — 14 X 20 (Huggins), £4 14s. 6d. 

11 Front, S., Ruins of an old abbey — q X 13 (Leggatt), £3 13s. 6d. 

12 Richardson, T. M., 1863, Environs of Girgenti, from the banks of the Drago — 

22 X 48 (Sampson), £183 15s. 

13 Smith, W. Collingwood, Florence, from San Miniate — 5J X 8 (Huggins), 

£2 2S. 

14 Topham, F. W., 1854, Feasant girl — 13^ x gj (Huggins), £2. 

15 Youngman, J. M., The farm road — 17J X 23! (Vicars), £10 los. 

PICTURES. 

r6 Duffield, W., Fruit, circular, 14 ins. diam. (Woods), £2 12s. 6d. 

17 Dutch School, Lady, with parrot, panel ; and Music party (Renton), £31 los. 

18 Frere, Ed., 1866, Faggot-gatherers, panel — 16 x 13 (Mitchell), £17 17s. 
ig HoUingdale, R., 1856, Guardian angels, oval — 14 X 18 (Mitchell), £3 3s. 

20 Lennard, J. H., In the Ardennes, Belgium; and Evening, by A. Gilbert 

(Huggins), £2 los. 

21 Leslie, C, Morning, Evening, and Night, three, in one frame ; and Winter and 

Smnmer, by T. Whittle, two, in one frame (Huggins), £3 3s. 

22 Maudslay, G. A., Wild rhododendrons ; Geraniums ; Daffodils ; and A harvest- 

field (Huggins), £15 15s. 

23 Meyer, Beatrice, 1877, In the royal garden — i8J- x 35 (Huggins), £2 los. 
34 Mutrie, M. D., i87g. Anemones, panel ; and Roses (Woods), £2 12s. 6d. 

25 Prinsep, Val. C, R.A., Reading The Titties — igj X 16J (Huggins), £1 5s. 

26 Verboeckhoven, E., 1865, Four cows near a stream ; and Ewes and lambs on a 

moor, a pair, panel — loi X 14^ (Vicars), £86 2S. 

27 Woolmer, A. J., The game of chess — 13 J x 17 (Yeulett), £2 los. 

Property of the late Mrs. C. E. Warden, Sunmount Hall, 
Gosforth, Cumberland. 

DRAWINGS. 

28 Dufiield, E., English and Indian roses — gj X 17J (Sampson), £3 3s. 
2g Gunston, Audley Memories — gj X 12 (Huggins), £11 iis. 



274 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

30 Heaton, Lettie P., Grandmother's treasures— 13J X 18J (Penn), £4 4s. 

31 Hughes, Talbot, 1910, After prayers — 18 X ir (Huggins), £4 14s. 6d. 

32 Jopling, Louise, Phillida flouts me ! — 8£ X 6| (Huggins), 14s. 

33 Linton, Sir J. D., Romeo and Juliet in Friar Laurence's cell — gj X 13 J (Tooth), 

£18 iSs. 
34J Margetson, W. H., 1910, Passing of summer — 20 X 14 (Mullen), £14 14s. 

35 Margetson, W. H., 1910, The Amulet — 17^ X laj (Mullen), £S 8s. 

36 Matthews, Julia B., 1910, Si, Signor — 16J x 13 (Huggins), £2 2S. 

37 Pyne, Thos., rgog. The Rother near Pulborough, Sussex — 13J x 21 (Huggins), 
^ £3 3s. 

38 ' Ryland, H., The cymbal-player — 14 X 10 (Mitchell), £3 3s. 

39 j Stock, H. J., 1910, Out of the sea — iij X 9 (Stampa), £6 i6s. 6d. 

40 Swinstead, G. Hillyard, The path of sunshine — 13! X gj (Huggins), £1 iis. 6d. 

41 Theaker, H. G., Prayer— igf X 11 J (Yeulett), £t iis. 6d. 

PICTURE. 

42 Dicksee, Frank, R.A., Flowers of June, R.A., 1909 — 24 X 18J (Sampson), 

£136 lOS. 



DRAWINGS. 

43 Fielding, C, 1809, Lake scene, with castle and cattle ; and View near a farm, 

with cows by a stream, a pair — 12^ X igi (Bird), £y 7s. 

44 Fedden, A. Romilly, 1911, The snake-charmer — 8J X iij (Huggins), 15s. 

45 Fedden, A. Romilly, 1911, In the bazaar, Tunis — 9} x 7i (Wakeley), 15s. 

46 Constable, J ., R.A., A shower ; and Old cottages at Shirley (Huggins), £1 12s. 

47 Goodwin, A., Freiburg — 7 x 10 (Rowley & Co.), £3 13s. 6d. 

48 Cox, D., Bettwys-y-Coed — loj x 14J (Stuart), £1 15s. 

49 Varley, J., Ruined castle by a lake — 6 X gj (Bowden), £3 3s. 

50 Varley, J., River scene, with tower and barge — 4J X 6* (Pawsey & Payne), 

£1 us. 6d. 

51 Hunt, W., Wild roses and bird's-nest — 6| X io|- (Mitchell), £15 15s. 

52 Hunt, W., 1837, Dead rabbit, a lobster, and a bottle — 5J X gj (Allen), 

£2 i2s. 6d. 

53 AUingham, H., Comer of the orchard — SJ X gj (Pawsey & Payne), £22 is. 

54 Prout, S., Interior of a cathedral, with figures — izj X gJ (Leggatt), £g gs. 

55 Sandys, F., Mrs. Wreford Paddon — 29^^ X 21J (Allen), £7 17s. 6d. 

56 I^Sandys, F., Miss Eva M. S. Paddon ; and Master Stanley S. Wreford Paddon, 

a pair — 23! X 20 (Allen), £23 2S. 

57 Goodwin, Harry, 1904, Worcester Cathedral — 134 X 20 (Huggins), £3 3s. 

58 Goodwin, Harry, 1902, Old English house, Gloucester — 10 X 14 (Poole), 

£2 2S. 

59 McKewan, D. H., Highland scenes, with cattle, a pair — 7J X 2i| (Huggins), 

£11 OS. 6d. 

60 Spiers, B. W., 1888, Haunt of the book-worm — 22i X 37 (Plasson), £15 15s. 

61 Nicholson, F., Hardrow Scar, near Aysgarth, Yorks — 2i| X 31^ (Huggins), 

£2 2S. 

62 Bundy, Edgar, A dispute — 14^ X 2if (Hamilton), £42. 

63 Sherrin, J., Plums — 11 X iji (Bowden), £g gs. 

64 Os, P. J. van, 1828, Milking-time — loj X 13J (Permain), £10 los. 

65 Willis, H. B., 1872, Highland landscape, with cattle — nj x iqJ (Sampson), 

£14 14s. 

66 Hunt, A. W., Swiss mountain scene — 12J X 17J (Bowden), £17 17s. 



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67 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., Geertruidenberg — 10 X 15 J (Bowden), £7 7s. 

68 Weatherstone, A. C, 1909, Confidences — 10 x 14} (Huggins), £6 i6s. 6d. 

69 Callow, W., 1856, Hotel de Ville, Brussels — 25 X 35^ (Bowden), £22 is. 

70 Rowbotham, T. L., 1857, View of Como — 13J X 20 (Bowden), £17 17s. 

71 Bock, Th. de. Homewards : Sunset — 15 X 10 (Tooth), £23 2s. 

72 Anderson, R., A.R.S.A., 1882, Seville— 19 X 24 (Cross & Phillips), £18 i8s. 

73 Lockhart, W. E., R.S.A., Gate of the Inquisition, Seville — 9J X 13 (Huggins), 

P8s. 

74 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1856, Holmedene, Lanarkshire — 8J X 13J (Huggins), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

75 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., Barncluth garden — 6J X 9i (Cross & Phillips), £2 2S. 

76 Powell, Alfred, Head of Windermere — 16J X 29 (Wylde Co.), £10 los. 

77 Powell, Alfred, Ben Venue, from Loch Achray — 2of X 29J (Wylde Co.), 

)(;i2 IS. 6d. 

78 Andrews, G. H., The Parthenon; and The Acropolis, Athens, two, in one 

frame — gj X 13^ each (Permain), £2 2S. 

79 Seddon, J. P., 1889, Corner of St Mark's, Venice — 16 X loj (Huggins), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

80 Reed, J. C, Highland landscapes (two) (Huggins), £3 13s. 6d. 

81 Baker, T., 1859-81, Landscape, with castle ; and A church, a pair — 5 X 7i 

(Bowden), £2 12s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

82 Baker, T, 1863, Cattle by a river : Haddon, Derbyshire, panel — 7} X X2 

(Mitchell), £6 6s. 

83 Seddon, T., 1856, Dromedary and Arabs — 11 X 16 (Ward), £5 5s. 
■84 Miller, John, 1883, The silent pool — 39 X 23 (Wylde), £4 14s. 6d. 

85 Vernier, Emile, Mussel-gatherers — igj X 27 (Agnew), £10 los. 

86 Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., Farmer's children ; and Fisherman's children 

a pair — 49 x 39 (Lawson), £52 los. 

87 Bums, R., A.R.S.A., Wintering— 2ii X 3ii (West), £5 15s. 6d. 

88 Burns, R., A.R.S.A., Night— 23J X igi (Lawrence), £g gs. 

89 Bums, R., A.R.S.A., The necklace— 29 X 24^ (West), £7 7s. 

90 Haaxman, P., The trysting-place, panel — 20 X 28J (Ayrton), £5 15s. 6d. 

91 Philips, Herman, Mandolin-player, panel — iij X 8J (Permain), £6 i6s. 6d. 

92 Voltz, F., Cattle in a pasture, panel — 11 X 18J (Misell, jimr.),£2 2s. 

93 Hague, Anderson, The lake — 20 X 13* (Sampson), £4 4s. 

94 Altson, Abbey, A blonde — 23i X igj (Robertson), £17 17s. 

95 Farquharson, J., A.R.A., Looking down Loch Alsh — 17 X 25 (Cross and 

Phillips), jf26 5s. 

96 Niemann, E. J., Woody streams, with figures and animals, a pair, panel — 

7f X 9i (Bale), £3 13s. 6d. 

97 Vernon, Emile, 1911, The engagement-ring — 25 X 19 (Agnew), jf 26 5s. 

98 Burr, A. H., Crossing the brook — 34i x 24J (Donald), ;f24 3s. 

99 Clays, P. J., Shipping at anchor, panel — 21 X i6i (Dobell), £68 5s. 

100 Earl, G., Deer-stalldng : The drive ; and End of the battle, a pair — 27 X 35 

(H. Gee), £6 i6s. 6d 

loi White, H. H., 1887, Ophelia, ■ — 29 X 35J (Newman), £2 12s. 6d. 

102 Ansdell, R., R.A., Stag at bay, R.A., 1846 — 37 X 53i (Paris), £30 9s. 

103 Brocky, C, Night ; and Morning, a pair, oval — 20 X 18 (Vicars), £ig 19s. 

104 Chambers, G., 1889, Rotterdam— 29 X 45i (West), £g 9s. 

105 Stuart, C, Head of the loch — 35^ X 23 J (Huggins),. £11 iis. 

106 Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., Roman Campagna : Mount Soracte in the distance — 

8i X 17J (Stampa), £4. 14s. 6d. 



276 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

107 Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., La Nanna — 14 :< 11 (Wood), £10 los. 

108 Hook, A. J., 1883, Salcombe harbour, Devon — 19J x 31^ (Lister), £11 iis. 

109 Havers, Val, " Within the branching shade of reverie," D. G. Rossetti, R.A., 

1900 — 36J X 50 (Paris), £14. 3s. 6d. 
no Havers, Val, School for scandal — 40J X 5of (Cross & Phillips), £16 i6s. 

111 Burras, T., Sldpton fair, 1830 — 21J X 2t)l (Leggatt), £4 14s. 6d. 

112 O'Neil, H., A.R.A., Views in the Campagna, near Rome, a pair ; and Boy, 

with sheep in a landscape, panel — (Vorberg), ^'i iis. 6d. 

113 Roberts, Edwin, Soothing powder : or Family cares — 20^ X 16J (Sampson), 

£5 5s- 

114 Boulanger, F., The Quai aux Herbes, at Ghent — 36^ X 46J (Lees), £6 6s. 

115 Tamlin, J. H. P., 1911, Cottager's garden, R.A., 1911 — 29* X 39! (Huggins), 

£10 IDS. 

116 Cleminson, R., 1873, A deer family — 49J X 39J (Huggins), £1 2s. 

117 Webb, J., Fishing-boat off a port — 19J X 29J (Glossop), £g 9s. 

118 Stock, H. J., 1882, Dante— 49 X 39 (Wells), £15 15s. 

119 Eastlake, Sir C. L., P.R.A., 1839, La Svegharina — 19 X i6i (Moon), £6 i6s. 5d. 

120 English School. The cottage door — 15J x 11 J (Huggins), £1 is. 

121 Etty, W., R.A., Female study— 15J x 12J (Bell), £2 2S. 

122 Luker, W., 1898, The marshes, Seasalter — 19^ x 31^ (McEwen), £5 rss. 6d. 

123 Luker, W., 1881, Streatley-on-Thames — 19-i x 3ii (Huggins), £4 14s. 6d. 

124 Smith, G., 1852, " Beside his grass-clad grave she comes to mourn " ; and 

The kiss of Judas, after Ary Scheffer, panel (Spencer), i8s. 

125 Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1863, Dutch boats on the Zuyder Zee — 6i X 11 (Pinto), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

126 Verveer, E., 1854, Children on the sea-shore, panel ; and Forest scenes, a pair 

(Wingfield), £3 3s. 

127 Nasmyth, A., Part of the bridge of Augustus, near Rome — 11^ X 16J (House), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

128 Nasmyth, Charlotte, 1850, Stirling, from Alloa — 17J X 23J (Leggatt), 

£16 5s. 6d. 

129 Douglas, Edwin, A Jersey family — 52 X 88 (Lister), £12 12s. 

130 Walker, J. Hanson, Sweet simplicity — 23^ X 17J (Huggins), £15 15s. 

131 Walker, J. Hanson, Artemis — 16J X 13^ (Agnew), £15 15s. 

132 Windmaier, A., Sunset in Holland, panel — 7 X 13J (Wright), £2 12s. 6d. 

133 Michel, G., Coast scene, mth figures — izi X 17J (Sampson), £13 13s. 

134 Parton, Ernest, Streatley-on-Thames — 16J X 26 (Mitchell), £3 3s. 

135 Emms, J., Gone to earth — 29 X 58* (Huggins), £30 9s. 

136 Macwhirter, J., R.A., Looking to Skye, from the mainland — -ig X 29 i (McEwen) 

£44 2S. 

137 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1888, View from Crookbarrow Hill, near Worcester — 

7i X iii (Agnew), £36 15s. 

138 Haite, G. C, Granada — 24 X ijj (Hunter), £3 3s. 

139 Talboys, A. Augusta, Happy family — 19J X 29J (withdrawn). 



March 12, 1912. 277 



March 12, 1912, Christie's. 

In the Folio 

1 The four elements, after Cipriani (4), by Bartolozzi, in colours ; and another 

(W. Sabin), £13 13s. 

2 Sleeping child ; and Gleaner's child, after Westall, by M. Bovi, in colours 

(Parsons), £3 3s. 

3 A lecture on gadding, after J. R. Smith, by Bartolozzi, in colours (Miss Grey), 

£5 5S. 

4 The setting sun after Hoppner, by J. Young, much damaged (W. Sabin), 15s. 

5 Palaemon and Lavinia ; and Damon and Musidora, after A. Kauffman, by C. 

Knight, proofs, in bistre (Maggs), £4 14s. 6d. 

6 DiUgence and dissipation, after Northcote, by Gaugain and Hellyer, the set of 

ten ; and A portrait of Northcote (Rimell), £3 3s. 

7 Gleaner's child ; and Femcutter's child, after Westall, by Bovi and Meadows, 

in colours (Weil), £3 3s. 

8 Cries of London, after WTieatley ; " Scarlet strawberries," " Prinuroses," and 

" Do you want any matches ? " in bistre (Young), £33 12s. 

9 Adam and Eve, by A. Diirer (Wood). £5 5s. 

10 Rembrandt's mother (M. 55), etching by Rembrandt, framed (Greenstreet), 8s. 

The Property of a Lady. 

11 Music ; and Painting, after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, ovals, in colours (Cooper), 

£10 los. 

12 Princess of Wales and daughter, after Cosway, by Bartolozzi, in colours (Grey), 

£5 5S. 

13 Mrs. Baldwin, after Cosway, by F. Bartolozzi, proof, in colours (Maggs), 

£g 19s. 6d. 

14 Rosalie, after J. R. Smith, by E. Smith, in colours (Maggs), £9 19s. 6d. 

15 This discovery, after Morland, by E. Dumee, in colours (Repton), £43 is. 
18 Collina, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Jones, in colours (Repton), £31 los. 

17 The affectionate brothers, after Sir J. Reynolds, by F. Bartolozzi, in colours 

(Wilson), £84. 

18 Lady Catherine Pelham Clinton, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. R. Smith, second 

state (Dean), £94 10s. 

19 Lady Hamilton as " The Sempstress," after Romney, by T. Cheesman, in 

colours (Young), £33 12s. 

20 Domestic happiness (Lady Anne Lambton and family), after Hoppner, by J. 

Young, in colours (Wilson), £152 5s. 

21 Mrs. Whitbread, after the same, by S. W. Reynolds, in colours (Wilson), 

£178 lOS. 

Property of the late Dame Charlotte Russell. 

22 The carrier's stable, after Morland, by W". Ward, proof before letters (Young), 

£15 4s. 6d. 

23 The PubUc-house door, after Morland, by W. Ward, open-letter proof (Colnaghi), 

£16 i6s. 

24 St. James' Park ; and A tea garden, after Morland, by F. D. Soiron, before the 

engraved borders (Pollard), £50 8s. 

25 Saturday morning ; or, The Cottager's merchandise, after Bigg, by T. Burke, 

in colours (Pollard), £52 los. 

26 Miss Meyer as "Hebe," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. J acobe (Pollard), £9 19s. 6d_ 



278 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

37 Lady Bampfylde, after Sir J. Reynolds whole-length by T. Watson (Colnaghi 
and Obach), £105. 

28 Duchess of Buccleuch and daughter, after the same, by J. Watson, first pub- 

lished state (Jacobson), £38 17s. 

29 Countess Cholmondeley and her son, after Hoppner, by C. Turner, first state 

(Colnaghi & Obach), £163 15s. 

Property of R. O. Smith, Esq., i. Stanhope Terrace, 
Hyde Park, W. 

30 Lord Sunderland and Lord Charles Spencer, after Cosway, by W. Barney, 

open-letter proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £78 15s. 

31 Marquess Wellesley, after Lawrence, by C. Turner, first state (Toynbee), 

£10 los. 

32 Ozias Humphry, after Romney, by V. Green, first state (Pawsey & Payne), 

£35 14s. 

33 Lord Henry Fitzgerald, after Hoppner, by T. Park, second state (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £25 4s. 

34 S. T. Coleridge, after Northcote, by W. Say, proof ; and John Smith, after 

Kneller (W. Sabin), £17 17s. 

35 Mrs. Jordan, as " The Romp," stipple by J. Ogbome, first state (Crossley), 

£17 17s. 

36 Mrs. Edwards, after Lawranson, by J. Jones (Jacobsen), £17 17s. 

37 Mrs. Richards, after Gainsborough, by J. Spilsbury (Ellis & Smith), £5 5s. 

Sir J. Reynolds. 

38 Mr. Tomkins, by C. Turner, first state (W. Sabin), £17 6s. 6d. 

39 The Duke of Leinster, by J. Dixon, second state (Pawsey & Payne), £35 14s, 

40 Warren Hastings, by T. Watson, first state, with wide margin (Colnaghi and 

Obach), £99 15s. 

41 Guardian angels, by C. Hodges, engraver's proof, before any letters (Agnew), 

£31 lOS. 

42 The strawberry girl, by T. Watson, engraver's proof (Parsons), £2 12s. 6d. 

43 Countess of Essex, by J. McArdell, engraver's proof (Leggatt), £50 8s. 

44 Lady Caroline Russell, by J . McArdell, proof before any letters (Colnaghi and 

Obach), £35 14s. 

45 Countess of Carlisle, by J. Watson, second state (Colnaghi & Obach), £68 5s. 

46 Countess of Aylesford, by V. Green, second state (Pawsey & Payne), £84. 

47 Mrs. Hardinge, by T. Watson, second state, with publication line (Leggatt)j 

£39 18s. 

48 Lady Beaumont, by J. R. Smith, first state (Ellis & Smith), £42. 

49 Viscountess Crosbie, by W. Dickinson (Pawsey & Payne), £71 8s. 

50 Duchess of Devonshire, by V. Green (Neil), £28 7s. 

51 Duchess of Rutland, by V. Green, second state (Neil), £81 i8s. 

52 Countess of Salisbury, by V. Green, second state (Colnaghi & Obach), £147. 

53 Lady Jane Halliday, by V. Green, second state (Neil), £48 6s. 

54 Lady Bampfylde, by T. Watson, second state (W. Sabin), £73 los. 



55 Miss Frances Woodley (Mrs. Banks), after G. Romney, by J. Walker, first state 

(EIUs & Smith), £609. 

56 Mrs. Mathew, after Sir J. Reynolds, by W. Dicldnson (Neil), £13 13s. 

57 Miss Farren, after Sir T. Lawrence, by F. Bartolozzi, in bistre (Maggs), £42. 



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58 Lady Rushout and daughter, after A. KaufEman, by T. Burke, in bistre (Ellis 

and Smithl, £63. 

59 Mrs. Fitzherbert, after Cosway, by J. Conde, in colours (D. M. Davis), £105. 

60 Lady Heathcote, after Cosway, by J . Agar, in colours (Dean), £7 7s. 

61 Mrs. Parkyn?, aftei Hoppner, stipple by C. Wilkin, proof before the title 

(Young), (5 5S. 

62 Mrs. North, after Ronmey, by J. R. Smith, first state, before any inscription 

(Jones), £12 123. 

63 Nature (Lady Hamilton), after Romney, by J . R. Smith, second state (Ellis and 

Smith), £86 2S. 

64 Mademoiselle Bacelli, after Sir J. Re>'noIds, by J. R. Smith (Greville), £6 6s. 

65 Lord Nelson, after L. F. Abbott, whole-length by W. Barnard, in colours (Dean), 

£84. 

66 Rt. Hon. William Pitt, after W. Miller, by J . Murphy, in colours (Sutherland), 

£27 6s. 

67 Rural amusement, after Morland, by J . R. Smith, finely printed in colours with 

wide margin (withdrawn). 

68 Miss Kerr Gordon, " Angels' Heads," after Reynolds, by P. Simon (Ward), 

£9 9S. 

69 Blind man's bufi, after Morland, by W. Ward, open-letter proof (Vicars), 

£54 I2S- 

70 Children playing at soldiers, after the same, by G. Keating, open-letter proof 

(Colnaghi & Obach), £46 4s. 

71 Children nutting, after the same, by E. Dayes, open-letter proof (Colnaghi and 

Obach), £44 2s. 

72 What you will ! by and after J. R. Smith (West), £50 8s. 

73 Theatre goers, after Rowlandson (3), by S. Aiken, aquatints, in colours (Col- 

naghi & Obach), £17 17s. 

74 Hebe (Mrs. Musters), after Reynolds, by C. Hodges, coloured (Sabin), £63. 

75 Viscount Castlereagh, after Sir T. La-svrence, by C. Turner (Parker), £2 2s. 

76 Elizabeth, Countess Grosvenor, after Sir T. Lawrence, by Cousins. 

77 The pet rabbit, after Miss Corbeaux, by S. Cousins, R.A. (Pawsey & Payne), 

£1 IS. 

78 Lavinia, Countess Sf)encer, after Reynolds, by Cousins, artist's proof (Pawsey 

and Payne), £5 15s. 6d. 

79 Venus chiding Cupid, after Reynolds, by F. Bartolozzi (F. Daniel), £3 3s. 

80 The romps ; and The truants, after Bigg, by W. Ward, a pair, in colours 

(Young), £13 2S. 6d. 

81 The curate of the parish ; and The vicar of the parish, after Singleton, by T. 

Burke, proofs, in colours (Young), £26 5s. 

82 Nymph and sleeping boy, after A. KaufEman ; and Nymph and Cupids, both in 

colours (Vaughan), £16 i6s. 

83 The country butcher ; and The Sunday dinner, after J . Ward, a pair, in coloursl 

(Hangjos), £15 15s. 

84 The romps, after Bigg, by W. Ward, in colours (Dean), £63. 

85 The pubUc-house door, after Morland, by W. Ward, open-letter proof (Young), 

£10 lOS. 

86 The country butcher, after Morland, by T. Gosse, in colours (Maggs), £12 los. 

87 Gleaners, after Westall, by W. Ward, in colours (Crossley), £5 5s. 

88 Children gathering fruit, after Westall, in colours (Crossley), £21. 

89 The hurdygurdy player, after G. Carter, by J. R. Smith, proof before letters 

(Pollard), £3 3S. 3d. 

90 James Sayer, after Zofiany, by R. Houston, first state (Parsons), £9 9s. 



28o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

91 Hop pickers, after Bunbury, by W. Dickinson, in colours (Maggs), £30 gs. 

92 The gleaners, after Bunbury, by Dickinson, a pair, in colours (Gooden & Fox), 

£25 4S. 

93 Duchess of Richmond, after A. Kauffman, by Ryland, in colours (Bral!), 

£1 IS. 

94 The romps ; and The truants, after Bigg, in colours (Mayne), £5 15s. 6d. 

95 Feeding the pigs ; and Breaking the ice, after Morland, by J. R Smith, in 

colours (Brail), £21. 

96 The fortune-teller, after J. Ward, in colours (Sabin), £48. 

97 Hunting subjects (2), after Morland, by E. Bell, in colours (VV. Sabin), £25 4s. 

98 Nymphs after bathing, after A. KaufEman, by Burke, in colours (Dean), 

£15 15s. 

99 Le Charbonnier, after Desrais, printed in colours (Brail), los. 6d. 

100 Sacrifice to Cupid, after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, in colours (Smith), £5 15s. 6d. 
loi Diana and Nymph, after and by the same ; and two others, in colours (Taylor), 
£2 2S. 

102 Damon and Musidora, after A. Kauffman, oval in red ; and one after Hamilton 

(Arrowsmith), £r iis. 6d. 

103 Fancy subject, circle, in bistre ; and an historical subject, in red (Spurting), 

£1 IS. 

104 Practical exercise ; and picturesque amusement, a pair, in bistre (Tufton), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

105 Judgment of Paris ; and Nymph breaking Cupid's bow, after A. Kauffman, in 

colours (Agnew), £12 12s. 

106 Lady as a gipsy woman, after Cosway, by J . Agar, proof ; and another (Sin- 

clair), £9 19s. 6d. 

107 The distinguishing characteristic of masonry, after Stothard, by Bartolozzi, in 

colours (Gooden & Fox), £17 17s. 

108 The Samnite marriage, after Wheatley, in colours ; Design, and another, after 

Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, ditto (Rimell), £6 i6s. 6d. 

109 Innocent mischief; and Innocent revenge, after Westall, by Josi, a pair 

(Arrowsmith), £1 us. 6d. 
no Lady and children relieving a cottager ; and School-boys and blind man, after 
Bigg, by J. R. Smith, a pair (Leggatt), £15 15s. 

111 George III, after Beechey, by J. Ward ; and George, Prince of Wales, after 

Harlow, by W. Ward, proofs (Pollard), £12 12s. 

112 The deserted village ; Lucy of Leinster ; Margaret's tomb ; and Amyntor and 

Theodora, by Bartolozzi, Tomkins and others (Arrowsmith), £2 13s. 6d. 

113 The rising moon, etching by S. Palmer ; and four others by the same, in three 

frames (Colnaghi & Obach), £3 13s. 6d. 

114 & 115 The supper at Emmaus ; and The nativity, by C. Galle ; Miss Letty, after 

Herring, by C. Hunt, proof, in colours (W. Sp.bln), £2 2S. 

116 Interview between Louis XVI and his family, after M. Brown, by Tomkins, in 

colours (Gooden & Fox), £4 14s. 6d. 

117 Peace ; and War, after B. Marshall, by C. Turner, a pair, in colours (Gooden 

and Fox), £3 3s. 

118 The Elephant and Castle on the Brighton Road, after J . Pollard, by T. Fielding, 

in colours (Parker), los. 6d. 

119 The Grand Leicestershire Fox Hunt, after Aiken, by C. Hunt, a set of four, in 

colours (Pawsey &. Payne), £5 5s. 



March 13, 1912. 



March 13th, 1912. Sotheby's. 

2 Lady Mulgrave, by Clint, after Hoppner, (Rimell), i6s. 

10 Mrs. Whitmore, by C. Turner, after Phillips, open-letter proof (Parsons), £1 17s. 

23 The Duchess of York, by Gabrielle, after Cunningham, in bistre (Brail), £1. 

25 George, Prince of Wales ; Frederick, Duke of York, by Saunders, after Bromp- 

ton, proofs (Maggs), £1 i6s. 

45 Prince Charles James Stuart, by Daulle (Maggs), £1. 

55 Lord Brougham, by Meyer, after Ramsay (Tregaskis), 15s. 

88 Thomas Raikes, by C. H. Hodges, after Romney (Breun), £1 8s. 

91 Arthur Murphy, by W. \Vard, after Dance, proof before all letters (Ellis and 

Smith), IIS. 

98 Francis Drake, by Young, after Beechey, open-letter proof (Ellis & Smith), i8s. 

114 A boar hunt, by Earlom, after Rubens, proof before letters (Chalivet), £x is. 

132 View of Bloomsbury Square, by Pollard, after Daves (Russel), £4. 

133 Margate, from the Parade, by Stadler, after de Loutherbourg, in colours 

(Ellis & Smith), £3 3s. 

138 Le Bouquet Inattendu, by H. Gerard, alter M. Gerard, proof before letters 

(Parsons); £1 i6s. 

139 L'Innocence en Danger ; Le Voila Fait, by Huart, after Borel, a pair (Daniell), 

f.7- 

150 Savoir Vivre sans Souci, by G. T. Stubbs, in colours (Rimell), £1 15s.. 

151 Madame Grassini in the character of Zaira, by S. W. Rejmolds, after Le Brun 

in colours (Parsons), £6 6s. 

152 " My Horse," by C. Turner, after G. Head, in colours (Spencer), los. 

153 Girl and pigs, by W. Ward, after G. Morland, in colours (Maggs), £3. 

157 Morland, G., Shepherds, by W. Ward, title cut off and on strainer (Brail), 

£10. 

158 The soldier's departure, and The soldier's return, after Morland, a pair, 

stipples, in colours, (Parsons), £2 15s. 
161 Hogarth, W., Industry and idleness, the twelve plates (R. C. Wilson), £2. 
164 Admiral Hyde Parker, by J. R. Smith, after J. Northcote, etched-letter proof, 

cut (Breun), £1 8s. 

174 Charity, by W. W. Ryland, after Sir A. Vandyck, oval, in colours (Ellison), 

£1 19s. 

175 " He sleeps ! " by and after P. W. Tomkins, in colours, damaged (Parsons), 

£8 15s. 
177 Going to school, by. J. Burrows, after Van Assen, oval (Spencer), 14s. 



282 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March 14th and 15th, 1912. Puttick's. 

BAXTER OIL PRINTS. 

(In Portfolio.) 

79 The parting look, signed (Belcham), £4 los. 

80 The gardener's shed (Sutclifie), £i 4s. 

81 The bridesmaid, stamped mount (BritneU), £1 6s. 

82 Day before marriage, ditto (Cappeil), £z i8s. 

83 The mountain stream — Indians reposing, ditto (Cappeil), £2. 

84 The fruit girl of the Alps (BritneU), £1 iis. 

85 Jetty, Treffz, with music (Capel), £1 2S. 

86 The Holy Family, and Belle oi village, on music (BritneU), 19s. 

87 "So nice, and I don't Uke it," stamped mounts (BritneU), £1. 

88 " Copper, your Honor," and The morning call (Belcham), 18s. 

89 Holy Family; Nativity; and two others, stamped mounts (BritneU), £1 15s, 

90 British and Foreign Institute transactions, and Drawing-room scrap book,, 

with frontispieces by Baxter, 2 vols. ( ), 14s. 

91 News from home and Australia, ditto (BritneU), £1 12s. 

92 " Copper, your Honor" ; The morning call ; " So nice, and I don't Uke it" 

(Belcham), £1 12s. 6d. 

93 "Me warm, now" (2), and The reconciliation (BritneU), £1 5s. 

94 Christmas time, and Duke of Wellington (Sutcliffe), £r 6s. 

Framed. 

106 St. Bernard dogs, fine (Belcham), £2 15s. 

108 Napoleon III, and Empress Eugene, fine (Belcham), £1 5s. 

111 Winter, stamped mount (Capel), £2. 

112 A mountain stream (BritneU), 19s. 

113 A gardener's shed (Simpson), i8s. 

114 Bridesmaid (Capel), £2. 

120 AlUed Sovereigns, 10 needle prints on one sheet (Simpson), £1 15s. 

126A Captain Pritchard, and Queen Pomare, fine state, on original mounts ( )^ 

£4 5s. 

MODERN ENGRAVINGS. 

(In Portfolio.) 

156 Moorland and mist, after Peter Graham, signed artist's proof (BraU), £2 17s. 6d» 

165 Lady Harriett Clive, by Samuel Cousins, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, mezzotint, 

proof (Jacobson), £8 5s. 

Framed. 

166 Miss Caroline Montague as Winter, by Samuel Cousins, signed proof, mezzotint 

(W. White), £3 3S. 

167 Lady Ann Fitzpatrick, by the same, signed proof, mezzotint (Thomas), £5 2s. 6d. 

168 Master Locke, and Miss Fane, by Jackson and Humphreys, after Lawrence, 

mezzotints, proofs (Jimg), £3 3s. 
171 Lady Wallscourt, by T. G. Appleton, after Lawrence, and a Portrait of a 

lady, by the same, signed proof, mezzotints (Sully), £2. 
176 The harbour of refuge, by R. W. Macbeth, signed proof (Dunthome), £5 5s. 
178 At eventide, by Brunet Debaines, after B. W. Leader, signed artist's proof 

(Dunthorne), £5 5s. 
180 Flatford Lock, by Frank Short, signed proof, mezzotint (Dunthome), £3 los. 
183A The maid and the magpie, by Samuel Cousins, mezzotint, proof (Yeulett), £1. 



March 14 and 15, 1912. 2S3 

ENGRAVINGS. 
(In Portfolio.) 
315 Portrait of Genl. Green, by V. Green, after^Peel, mezzotint (Lion), £4. 5;. 

317 View of town and harbour of Haliiax, Nova Scotia, by Mason, after Serres, 

coloured (Pardons), £3 5s. U'-i' 

318 Marquis Comwallis, by B. Smith, after Copley (Leon). £1 los. 

320 Sir Peter Halkett, Colonel of his Majesty's 44 Regt. of Foot, by J. McArdell, 
after A. Ramsey, mezzotint (Davis), yfio. 

325 Early view of Neu Amsterdam (New York) (Leon), fs los. 

326 Miss Stephenson, by W. Dickinson, after Peters, and another, mezzotints (Ellis 

and Smith), £10 los. 

336 Miss Stratton, by C. Turner, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, mezzotint (Winton), 

£10 los. 

337 Masters Drmnmond, by V. Green, after B. West, mezzotint (Winton), £7 7s. 

339 L'Enfant en Nourrice, and companion, by A. Cardon, after Westall, in colours 

(Chalivat), £5 15s. 

340 Last grand steeplechase at the Hippodrome Race Covurse, Kensington, by 

Reebe, after Aiken, plates i and 3, aquatints, in colours. 

341 Coimtess Spencer, by F. Bartolozzi, after Sir Joshua Re>Tiolds, in bistre 

(Ellis and Smith), £5 5s. 

The Property of A. Goodwin Stubbs, Esq., of Broxboume, 
Herts., formerly of Wigwell Grange, Wirksworth. 

ENGRAVINGS. 
Framed. 

343 The daughters of Sir Thomas Frankland by W. Ward, after J. Hoppner, 

mezzotint (Colnaghi), £168. 

344 Sir Joshua Reynolds, by Sayer, after himself, mezzotint (Brail), £2. 

345 Edward Lord Thurlow, by Bartolozzi, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, (Chalivat), 

£1 los. 

346 Arthur Goodwin, and Jane, daughter and heiress of Arthur Goodwin, by- 

P. Van Gunst, after Van Dyke (Stubbs), £1 los. 

347 Joseph Wright, by J . Ward, after Hoppner, and two others, mezzotints (Stubbs), 

£2 2S. 

348 Richard Arkwright, by J. R. Smith, after Wright, mezzotint (NattaJi), £1 los. 

349 The soldier's departure ; The rose, after Bunbury ; and Sterne and Maria, 

all circles in brown (Nattali), £4 15s. 



350 The bam door, by W. Ward, after Morland, mezzotint, in colours (Hangjas), 

£2 lOS. 

351 Punt fishing, by Gauci, lithograph, in colours (Nattali), £2 5s. 

352 Lord Viscount Duncan off Camperdown, by Edy, after Clevely (Parker), £1 los. 

353 Earl Howe's engagement with the French Fleet, 1794, by Pollard and Wells, 

after Luny (Parker), £1 7s. 6d. 

354 General Washington, by T. Cheesman, after Trumbull (Chalivat), i6s. 

355 Mrs. Siddons, by W. Say, after Lawrence, mezzotint (Titley), £1 2S. 

356 Grouse shooting, and Partridge shooting, by Sutherland, aquatints, in colours, 

varnished, a pair (Lee), £6. 

357 The Royal Hunt, George IV going and returning, by Dubourg, aquatints, in 

colours (2), and a Caricature (Lee), £2 12s. 6d. 

358 Drawings on chicken skin., fan mounts, a pair (Chalivat), £2 2s. 

359 Comedy, by Cheesman, and La Fleur, after Bunbury, circle in colours (Chalivat). 

£1 los. 



284 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



360 The little cottager, by Baldrey, after Bunbury (Goodstein), 17s. 6d. 

361 The sua dial (Roderic Random), by C. Knight, a circle, in black, proof (Brail), 

£1 7s. 6d. 

362 Little shepherds, by J . R. Smith, after S. Shelley, oval (HcUoway), ids. 

363 Miss Sarah Chicheley, by J . Smith, and The bird scarer, mezzotints (Jacobson), 

£1 8s. 

364 Jessica and Lorenzo, and Rosalind and Celia, by C. G. Playter, after S. Shelley, 

a pair of ovals, in brown (Tollemache), £5 5s. 

365 Mrs. Sheridan, by. T. Nugent, after J. Hoppner (Brail), £2 los. 

366 Lord Nelson, by E. Bell, after Beechey, mezzotint, fine impression (Parsons), £3. 

367 Hambletonian, and Diamond, by Whessell, after Sartorious, a pair (Brail), i5s. 

368 Running in view, by Howitt, in colours (Nathali), r6s. 

369 The labourer's luncheon, by Meadows (Titley), £1. 

370 Fox hunting, by Pollard, set of four, in colours (Keats), £7 los. 

371 First view of a woodcock, and First view of a point, by Aiken, aquatints, in 

colours, a pair, scarce (Pallandt), £8. 

372 Shooting, grouse, partridge, pheasant and snipe, by Dubourg, after Pollard, 

aquatints, in colours, set of four (Pallandt), £11 iis. 

373 A sporting tandem, after Alkea, in colours (2) ; Fox hounds, in colours (2) ; 

and two others (Andrew), £1 15s. 

374 Beaiity, after Kauflman, circle, and three others (Capel), 15s. 

375 Boyhood's reverie (Master Lambton), by S. Cousins, after Lawrence, and 

The bud of promise, by C. Turner, after Lawrence, mezzotints (Chalivat), 

£2 15s. 

Framed. 
. 375A The maypole, and Hop pickers, by Bartolozzi, after Hamilton (Pollard), £6 15s, 
380 Filho da Puta and Sir Joshua, by W. Ward, after B. Marshall, mezzotint 

(Fores), £46 4s. 
385 Boys and dogs, and Cottage children, by H. Birche, after Gainsborough, 

mezzotints, a pair (Pollard), £17 6s. 6d. 
388 Mr. Kemble as Rolla, by S. W. Reynolds, after Lawrence, mezzotint, in colours 

(Sully), £2 los. 

391 George IV on horseback, after Beechey, mezzotint (Keats), £r 14s. 

392 The sailor's return, and The soldier's return, by T. Burke, after Woolley, 

mezzotints, in colours, a pair (Brail), £3 los. 

393 The favourite rabbit, by Knight, after Russell, in colours (Keats), £1 ids. 
398 Wayfarers, after Wright, mezzotint, in colours (Keats), £2 2S. 

401 Guardian angel, by Phillips, after Cosway, in colours (Blyth), £3 los. 
409 The battle at Bunker's Hill, and the Death of General Montgomery, by MuUer 
and Clemens, after Trumbull (Rimell), £4. 

411 Salisbury Cathedral, by and after the same, mezzotint, proof (Chalivat), 

£1 I2S. 6d. 

412 Sir Nathaniel Dance, by J. R. Smith, full-length mezzotint (Goodstein), fi 4s. 

413 Lord Duncan, by Earlom, after Copley, mezzotint (Mitchell), £1 2S. 

416 Epsom races, after Pollard, aquatints, in colours, a pair (Lee), £3. 

417 The horse feeder, by J. R. Smith, after Morland, mezzotint (Anderson), £2 loi. 
425 The water-cress girl, by J. Young, after Zoflany, mezzotint, in colours ( ), 

£4 5?. 

427 View of New York, and View of Salem, by Balth (Rimell), £2 15s. 

430 Fore's coaching recollections, by C. Hunt, after Henderson, set of four, aqua- 
tints, in colours (Scott), £8 8s. 

435 Rembrandt, The Holy Family (b. 63), and Tobit and the Angel (n. 43) (Gute- 
kunst), £2 2S. 



March i6, 1912. 285 



March 16, 1912. Christie's. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Queen Victoria, Study of a head, pencil — 9 X 7i (Amor), £13 13s. 

2 Blake, W., 1803, St. Paul preaching at Athens — 18 x 12J (Parsons), £31 los. 

3 Blake, W., Betrayal of Christ — 14J x iij (Maggs), £52 los. 

4 Blake, W., The wise and the foolish virgins — 14 X 13 (Sabin), £35 14s. 

5 Blake, W., The angel of the revelation — 15 J x 10 (Sabin), £48 6s. 

6 Blake, W., Illustrations to Milton's " Ode to the Nativity," a set of six, un- 

framed — 6J x 5 each (Sabin), £336. 

7 Chalon, A. E., R.A., 1838, The boudoir ; and Two little love-birds (Sampson), 

£1 IS. 

8 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., 1790, A lady, seated, with her hands folded on her 

knee, black and red chalk, oval — g.V x 7f (Sabin), £210. 

9 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 1853, Ben Nevis— 4£- X 8 (Agnew), £63. 

10 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., Study of a dock: Entrance to Glen Nevis in the 

distance — 4|- x 8 (Carfax), £52 los. 

11 Ruskin, J., i860. Glacier des Bossons, Chamonix — 15J x 12! (Brown and 

PhilUps), £16 i6s. 

12 Russell, J., R.A., Young girl, resting her arras on a table, pastel, oval — 26 x 2ii 

(Amor), £8 8s. 

13 Stothard, T., R.A., Illustrations to the stories of the Decameron, a set of ten — 

9x6 (Amor), £84. 

14 Stothard, T., R.A., Emma, oval — 6 x 7j (Agnew), £15 153. 

15 Stothard, T., R.A., The Fairie Queene ; and Una and the satjTS (Saunders), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

16 Stothard, T., R.A., Marriage of Sir Charles Grandison ; and Marmion (Quggins), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

17 Stothard, T., R.A., Eleanor and Fair Rosamond ; and OpheUa, Indian ink 

wash, a pair, circular — 12 ins. diam. (Renton), £5 15s. 6d. 

18 Stothard, T., R.A., Babes in the wood, circular — iii diam. (Huggins), £4 4s. 

19 Stothard, T., R.A., Illustrations to " Valentine and Orson," " The Arabian 

Nights," etc., sepia, five, in one frame (Young), £7 17s. 6d. 

20 Stothsurd, T., R.A., Illustrations to " Telemachus," sepia, a set of five, in one 

frame (Young), £8 i8s. 6d. 

21 Stothard, T., R.A., An illustration to " Don Quixote " ; and tour other draw- 

ings, three in sepia, in one frame (Pavvsey & Payne), £14 14s. 

22 Stothard, T., R.A., Three illustrations, two in sepia, in one frame (Young), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

23 Stothard, T., R.A., Two illustrations, sepia ; and A shepherd, by R. Westall, 

R.A., in one frame (Young), £3 13s. 6d. 

24 Tayler, F., Crossing the brook — 19 x igl (Brooks), £12 12s. 

25 Westall, R., R.A., Illustrations to Cowper, a set of five, in one frame (Young), 

£26 5s. 

PICTURES. 

26 Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., Cimabue's celebrated Madonna is carried in procession 

through the streets of Florence, original sketch in oil for the large picture 
purchased by Queen Victoria — 11 x 25 (Cross & Phillips), £50 8s. 

27 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 1849, Isabella, vide Keats' poems, original study for 

the picture in the Tate Gallery, panel — 8V x iij (Agnew), £147. 

28 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., Mariana, a study, vide Tennyson's poems, panel — 

5i X 4i (Agnew), £231. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., Study for the Head of Mariana — 5i X 4^ (Carfax), 

£110 5S. 
Stothard, T., R.A., The meeting of Henry VHI and Anne Boleyn ; and The 

ghost story, oval (Permain), £3 3s. 
Thomas, W. Cave, Laura at Avignon — loj X 14 (Renton), £12 is. 6d. 
" The sage Senuccio, as he walked of late 
Beyond the cityj met my sainted love, 
Passed and saluted her with rev'rent state — 
As noble hearts their admiration prove." 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A., The Piazzetta, Venice, with the comer of the Doge's 
Palace and numerous figures, panel — ii-J x gl (R. Smith), £84. 



DRAWINGS. 

33 Collier, T., Sand-pit, Milford — i2i x 20^ (Agnew), £46 4s. 

34 Wimperis, E. M., 1886, Sheep on a common — gj x 13} (Agnew), £35 14s. 

35 Richardson, T. M., 1858, In the Highlands : Mountain stream, with angler — 

23 X 34 (Leslie), £44 2S. 

36 Bundy, Edgar, Prisoners of war — 21 x 30! (WiUs), £37 i6s. 

37 North, J. W., A.R.A., Beyond the blue hiUs— 25 x 37 (Wills), £52 los. 

38 Cox, D., Ploughing ; Malvern Hills in the distance — 18|- x 30^ (Bell), £60 i8s. 

39 Reed, J. C, Harvest-time — 22J x 36 (Vesley), £10 los. 

.40 Fielding, C, Ruined abbey, with cattle by a river — 6J x 10 (Leggatt), £60 i8s. 
41 Fielding, C, 1846, River scene, with boats ; town in the distance — 9 x 12J 
(Vesley), £73 los. 

PICTURES. 

- 42 Fielding, C, Scene in Windsor Forest, with cattle by a pool, panel — 10 x 14 
(Vesley), £78 15s. 

43 Fielding, C, 1845, View on the Downs, Sussex — 10 x 14 (Vesley), £78 15s. 

44 Hayes, E., R.H.A., Early morning. Coast of Spain — 39 x 49J- (Paris), £22 is. 

45 King, Yeend, In the garden -39 x 295^ (Cross & PhiUips}, £29 8s. 

46 Leader, B. W., R.A., Autumn evening in the Valley of the Lledr, R.A., 

1867 — 41 X 65 (Cross & PhilUps), £94 los. 
4.7 Cooper, T. S., R.A., Flock of sheep in a meadow — 17^ x 2i-|^ (Vesley), £31 los. 

48 Lehmann, Rudolf, 1872, A confession, R.A., 1872—44 x 55 (Vesley), £25 4s. 

49 Herdman, W. G., High Street, Edinburgh — 32 X 54J (Sampson), £10 los. 

50 Moore, H., R.A., 1885, " Queen of the Night, arise ! unveil ! " — 35i x 53J 

(Sampson), £52 los. 

51 Burgess, J. B., R.A., 1873, At the window — 35J x 27J (Horace), £21. 

52 Hemy, C. Napier, R.A., 1874, Landing turbot — 29J x 45 (Thomas), £68 15s. 

53 -Hemy, C. Napier, R.A., 1874, The fisherman's harbour — 29J x 45 (Thomas), 

£47 5s. 

54 Murray, David. R.A., Glen Falloch, head of Loch Lomond, R.A., 1886 

—40 X 59i (Vesley), £78 15s. 

55 Hacker, Arthur, R.A., Violets, R.A., 1897—35 x 27^ (Collings), £8 i8s. 6d. 

56 Farquharson, J., A.R.A., Loch Corruisk — 18 x 36! (Melton), £63 os. id. 

The Property of the late G. P. Wall, Esq., Winster, 
Collegiate Crescent, Sheffield. 

DRAWINGS. 

57 Barret, G., Classical lake scene, with buildings and figures — 7\ X 6 (Bowden), 

£4 4S. 

58 Both, Jan, Landscape, with mules, Indian ink wash ; Figures, after Rubens, 

red chalk ; and Holy Family, black and red'vhalk (Schroeder), £3 3s. 



March i6, 1912. 287 



59 Callcott, Sir A. W., R.A., Baalbec — 7i x gJ (Agnew), £37 i6s. 

60 Cattermole, G., 1852, Dividing the spoils — 9 x 13J (Jackson), £7 7s. 

61 Cattermole, G., Baronial hall, with figures at a banquet — 12J X 19J- (Smith), 

£2 zs. 

62 Cook, E. Wake, 1895, Birches, near Aboyne, Deeside — 7 x 10 (Young), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

63 Cook, E. Wake, 1888, .Mbenga, Riviera— 5I X gj (Cross & PhilUps), £4 14s. 6d. 

64 Cox, D., A Welsh funeral — 23 X 33 (Agnew), £71 8s. 

65 Cox, D., 1851, Welsh landscape, with peasants and sheep — 14J x 2ol (Agnew), 

£89 5S. 

66 Cox, D., Church at Bettws-y-Coed, with figures — loj x 14^ (Agnew), £31 los. 

67 Cox, D., In Wharfedale — 14J x 10} (Vicars), £25 4s. 

68 Cox, D., 1845, Road scene, North Wales — 8J x iij (Gooden & Fox), £15 15s. 

69 Cox, D., 1833, A stiff breeze — 7 x lo.V (Agnew), £60 i8s. 

70 Cristall, J., R.A., Woody glade, with three figures — 6 x 7J (Vesley), £2 2s. 

71 Duncan, E., Wind before the storm — 17 x 23 (Cross & Phillips), £31 los. 

72 Fielding, C, Ellen's Isle — 7 x 10 (Vesley), £33 I2S. 

73 Foster, Birket, Bordighera — 4J x 7 (Agnew), £73 los. 

74 Foster, Birket, Temple of Vesta, Tivoli — 5i x 3J (Agnew), £39 i8s. 

75 Foster, Birket, Rocky shore — 7i x iii (Paris), £3 3s. 

76 Foster, Birket, Italian lake scene, with market boats — 4I x 6| (Mummery), 

£3 3s. 

77 Frere, Ed., 1873, Woodcutter's dinner — 14* x iii (Sampson), £10 los. 

78 Fripp, G. A., Ploughing — 6i x 10} (Walker), £11 iis. 

79 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Landscape, with rustic bam by a pool, black and white 

chalk — 13J X i7i (Renton), £26 5s. 

80 Girtiu, T., Ruined castle, with figures — 8 x iiv (Bowden), £5 5s. 

81 Goodwin, A., 1900, Torre dell' Annunziata — 10 x 14A (Huggins), £32 iis. 

82 Goodwin, A., 1897, Canterbury — 9! x 13J (Bowden) £16 16s. 

83 Goodwin, A., 1867, Return of the fiock — 6 x 13I (Huggins), £7 17s. 6d. 

84 Goodwin, A., Meiningen — 7 x 10 (Jackson), £8 8s. 

85 Haag, Carl, 1854, Ruins of the Temple of Vesta, Tivoli — 46J x 30 (Sampson), 

£13 13s. 

86 Herdman, R., R.S.A,, 1867, Diana Vernon and Frank Osbaldistone, black and 

white — 17 x 22 (Permain), £1 12s. 

87 Holland, J., i860. Quay in Venice, with gondolas and figures : San Giorgio 

Maggiore in the distance — iy\ x 27} (Bowden), £21. 

88 Holland, J., Canal, Venice, with gondolas and figures — 13-I x loj (Agnew), 

£54 I2S. 

89 Holland, J., 1837, Convent of Batalha — io| x 16J (Pinto), £10 los. 

90 Holland, J., 1857, Interior of St. Stephen's, Vienna — gj x 22J (Saunders), 

£4 4S. 

91 Holland, J., Lago di Garda- — g5 x igi (Vesley), £4 14s. 6d. 

92 Holland, J., Side Canal, Venice — 9J x 5f (Vesley), £33 12s. 

93 Hunt, W., Apple-blossom and hedge-sparrow's nest, oval — iiJ x isj (Agnew), 

£44 2S. 

94 Leitch, W. L., 1859, Palermo — 8i x 13 (Cross & Phillips), £12 12s. 

95 Linnell, J., sen.. The storm — 4J x 7 (Agnew), £18 18s. 

96 Prout, S., Porch of a Norman church, with figures — 15 x 10 (Bowden), 

£11 IIS. 

97 Prout, S., Interior of a church, with peasant-women by a tomb — loj x 8 

(Vesley), £4 4s. 

98 Prout, S., Cr5rpt of a church ; and Church porch, with figures (Bowden), £10 10s. 



288 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

99 Pyne, J. B., 1861, View of Arundel Castle — 14J x 20^ (Vicars), £79 i6s. 

100 Pyne, J. B., 1855, An old tenement — 13 x aoj- (Bowden), £^ 4s. 

loi Rackham, Arthur, Storm-clouds — 21 x 14^ (Jackson), £35 14s. 

102 Richardson, T. M., 1861, Highland river scene — 8 x 19J (Bowden), £24 3s. 

103 Richardson, T. M., 1846, Isenburg, Sajojbach — loj x I4-J- (Laiurence), £1 is. 

104 Roberts, D., R.A., 1839, Temple of the sun at Baalbec — iiJ- x 20J (Agnew),. 

£2 1 28. 6d. 

105 Roberts, D., R.A., 1833, Seville — 9} x 13I (Jackson), £8 8s. 

106 Robson, G. F., Loch Katrine — 8 x 15 (Permain), £31 10s. 

107 Rooke, T. M., 1910, Interior of Cremona Cathedral — 34 x 25! (Vesley), 

£9 9S. 

108 Rooke, T. M., 1910, Interior of Or San Michele, Florence — 23J- X 17 (Vesley), 

£i 4S. 

109 Rowbotham, T. L., 1862, Italian lake scene, with boats and figures — 6^ x i8i 

(King), £g 19s. 6d. 

110 Rowbotham, T. L., 1875, Italian lake scene, with boats — 8% x 14 (Sampson), 

£2 2S. 

111 Sandby, P., R.A., Ruined castle, with two labourers in the foreground — iif X 

i7| (Agnew), £21. 

112 Stanfield, C, R.A., Shipping, off a Dutch port — 8J x 12J (Cross & PhiUips),. 

£52 los. 

113 Tayler, F., 1865, The morning ride — 20 x 28 (Sampson), £17 17s. 

114 Tayler, F., Setting out for the hunt — 12^ x 2oi (Huggins), £24 3s. 

115 Tenkate, M., In Holland — 7 x iij (Vesley), £2 12s. 6d. 

116 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., In the gromids at Farnley Hall, Wharfedale — 12| x i7" 

(Agnew), £105. 

117 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Sisteron, Basses Alpes — 5! x 7l (Bowden), £31 los. 

118 Varley, J., Hampstead Heath— 5 x 7I (Gooden & Fox), £18 i8s. 

119 Wimperis, E. M., 1895, In the New Forest, near Moylescombe — 9I- x 14 

(Cross & PhiUips), £23 2S. 
20 De Wint, P., River scene, with castle and rustic bridge— 9 x 12J (Brown and 
PhilUps), £33 I2S. 

121 De Wint, P., Landscape, with tower and hay-rick — 8i x 17V (Cross & Phillips), 

£37 i6s. 

122 De Wint, P., Winding river, with cattle — loi X 15 (Cross & Phillips), £4 14s. 6d.- 

123 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., Fishing-fleet — 6i X 13J (Mummery), £3 3s. 

PICTURES. 

124 Aelst, W. van, Fruit and a glass, on a marble slab, signed, and dated 1672 — 

i8| X 15I (Leger), £27 6s. 

125 Boel, P., Dead hare, birds, and vegetables — 3CJ X jjih (Schroeder), £15 153. 

126 Cotman, Mouth of a river, with boats and windmills — igS X 32A (Leger) 

£11 IIS. 

127 Crome, J., River scene, with windmill and boats — iSi X 14J (King), £189. 

128 Estall, W. C, Sheep in a pasture — 13^ x 2oi (Jackson), £10 los. 

129 Fielding, C, Snowden, looking towards the head of Traeth-Mawr, Carnarvon- 

shire — 9J X i7i (King), £52 IDS. 

130 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Woody landscape, with peasant leading a donkey 

across a stream — 13 x 16J (Shepherd), £17 17s. 

131 Goodall, F., R.A., Village near the Nile — 6J x 14J (Permain), £2 2S. 

132 Heem, J. D. de, Fruit and bottle on stone slab — 19 x 24 (Wagner), £5 5s. 

133 Hilder, R., View near Sevenoaks, Kent, with horseman and dog on road, panel 

— 14J- X 19 (Leggatt), £29 Ss. 



March i6, 1912. 289 



134 Holland, J., Barbarigo Palace, Venice, circular — 19 ins. diam. (Gooden & Fox),. 

£157 los. 

135 HoUand, J., Canal scene, Venice, panel — 6 x 9 (Gooden & Fox), £"36 15s. 

136 Holland, J ., Verandah of an Italian villa — 12 X 9 (Vesley), it 6s. 

137 Ladell, E., Fruit and still life on a table — 16J x i3i (Kotch), £21. 
133 Leslie, C. R., R.A., Sweet Anne Page — ro x 12 (Agnew), £17 17s. 

139 Meadows, W., Santa Maria della Salute, Venice ; and Beach scene, with 

figures (Outraml, £13 13s. 

140 Moore, H., R^A., 1869, Breakers — 10 X 29 (Paris), £2 23. 

141 Morland, G., 1793, Interior of a stable, with peasants playing cards, a horse- 

and a dog — 15J X 25J (Agnew), £441. 

142 Morland. G., 1792, Interior of an inn kitchen, with three men, a woman and a. 

dog — 14J X iij (Gooden & Fox), £157 los. 

143 Miiller, W., 1845, Three peasant-children, viith a bird-trap, in a landscape — 

17 J X 23 (Gooden & Fox), £126. 

144 Miiller, W., Eastern scene, witii three Arabs conversing ; and A tomb at 

Xanthu5, panel (Cross & Phillips), £10 los. 

145 Niemann, E. J., 1874, Windsor Castle, from near Dorney, panel — 12J X 19J 

(Lister), £14 14s. 

146 Phillip, J., R.A., Txhe Spanish guitar— i6i x 13^ (Leggatt), £8 8s. 

147 Pyne, J. B., View on the Avon, with three figures — 29^ X 24J (Agnew),, 

£16 i6s. 

148 Saftleven, C, Interior, \vith two peasants and numerous utensils, panel — 

i7h X 23J (Parsons), £16 i6s. 
r49 Schalcken, A miser : Candlelight — z~,\ x iij (Grossmith), £3 13s. 6d. 

150 Stark, J., Woody road, with cottage and cows, panel — 6J X 8 J (Permain),. 

£29 8s. 

151 Teniers, D., Farm scene, ynVn. two peasants and animals, panel — gi X 13 J 

(Saunders), £10 los. 

152 Terburg (after), The doctor — 12^ X gJ- (West), £5 5s. 

153 Turner, J. yi. W., R.A. Near Mortlake, monochrome — 14* X 22J (Agnev.-),, 

£31 los. 

154 Turner, Pembroke Castle — 24} x 38 (Agnew), £39 i8s. 

155 Watts, F. Vv'., Common scene, with windmill and figures — iij x 15* (Vesley), 

£9 9s. 

156 Wimperis, E. M., Rocky river scene — 13J x igj (Port), £2 2S. 

157 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., Shipping on the Medway ; and Coast scene, by W. ]. 

Shayer (Vesley), £5 15s. 6d. 



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290 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March i8, 19 12. Christie's. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Figures in a garden, a fan mount, unframed ; and A Rembrandt etching 

(Grose), ids. 6d. 

2 English School. Head of a gipsy girl, pastel, oval — 16 X 12J (Loveless), £1 is. 

3 English School. Lady, in blue and brown dress, pastel, oval — 11 J X gi 

(Toogood), £1 los. 

4 Early English School. An officer, in scarlet coat, pastel, oval — 15 X 11 

(Grose), gs. 

5 Early English School. Ladies and gentlemen in landscapes, a pair, Indian ink 

— 6J X 5* (Leger), i8s. 

6 Tour, De la, G. F. Handel, in blue dress, with powdered wig, pastel — 23} X i8f 

(White), £3 3S. 

7 Rosalba, An artist, in white dress and black cloak, holding a crayon, pastel — 

21* X i6i (White), £4 14s. 6d. 

8 Bonnet, L., Girl, in pink dress and straw hat, with basket of flowers, pastel — 

22 X 17J (PhilUps), £10 los. 

9 Russell, J., R.A., Head of a child, pastel — iij x 9J (Neale), £4 14s. 6d. 
^o Smith, J. R., The pet rabbit, pastel — 10 x 8 (Leggatt), £10 10s. 

11 Henderson, C. Cooper, Two four-in-hands on a road — 5I x lof- (Bright), 

£7 7s. 

12 Henderson, C. Cooper, The Calais mail — 7 X io\ (Bright), £7 17s. 6d. 

13 Henderson, C. Cooper, Cavalry skirmish, near a town — yi x 9 (Blainey), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

14 Henderson, C. Cooper, Peasants and hawkers before an inn — 7| x io| (Blainey), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

15 Noel, Amelia, 1790, Views at Richmond, a pair — 19 X 27 (Smart), £5 5s. 

16 Gardner, D., Admiral Rayner, in blue naval coat, gouache, oval^-gf X 8J 

(Barrow), £4 14s. 6d. 

17 Hamilton, An officer and a lady, pastel, a pair, oval — 12 x 9 J (Yeulett), 

£4 5s. 

18 Guardi, Piazza of St. Mark's ; and Rialto, Venice, a pair — 5!, x 10 (Smart), 

£4 I OS. 

19 Boucher, Juno, Nymph, and Cupids, chalk — iij X 9 (Harrison), £1 10s. 

20 Fielding, River scene, with castle and two figures — iji x 20 (Leafe), £2 2S. 

21 Skirving, Gentleman, in blue coat, resting his chin upon his right hand, pastel — 

22i X 16J (Moore), £2 2s. 

22 Rowlandson, T, A peep-o'-day boy, 1799 — 11 x 7| (Bryant), £1 8s. 

PICTURES. 

23 Wyatt, F. P., 1827, Lady, in white dress, seated — iij x 9 (Justice), £1 iis. 6d. 

24 Early English School. A youth, in blue coat, panel — 11 1 x gh (Yeulett), 

£1 14s. 

25 Whitcombe, T., 1785, Entrance to a harbour, with fort and numerous boats — 

36 X 60 (Parry), £6 6s. 

26 Hoppner, J., R.A., Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox, in dark coat and buff vest, by a 

table — 50 X 40 (Leggatt), £12 12s. 

27 Cortona, Christ and the woman of Samaria — 52 x 37J (Moore), £2 2S. 

28 Van Dyck, The artist, in black slashed dress, oval — 23.V x 19I (CoUings), 

£4 14s. 6d. 



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29 Early English School. Girl, in Turkish costume, oval — 33 x 26J (Lcggatt), 

/lo los. 

30 Early English School. Ladies, in white and blue dresses, a pair, oval— 

17 X 14!- (.Arthur), £ii iis. 

31 WiUiams, E., River scene ; and Lane scene, with figures, a pair, panel— 

8} X iii (Yeulett), £3 3s. 

32 Early English School. Robert Dring, Esq., of Cork, in dark dress, oval — 

29 X 24 (BeU), £5 5s. 

33 Kauflfman, Calliope, with a Cupid — -47^ x 40 (Parr), £12 12s. 

34 Heem, J. D. de. Still life on a table, panel — 15 x 12 (Schroeder), £19 19s. 

35 Soyer, Madame, A young girl, in white dress with high hat, holding a drum- 

stick — 26 X 19 (Wood), £7 17s. 6d. 

36 Velasquez School. A divine, in rich robes, holding his cap in his right hand — 

4ii X 3r.} (BeU), £12 12s. 

37 Heemskirk, Interior, with boors, panel — 9 x 13 (Reid), £1 is. 

33 Dutch School, Lady, wearing a black shawl over a blue bodice, on copper — 
6J X 5 (Ridge), £12 12s. 

39 Rembrandt (after). Girl at a window, panel ; and lo, after Correggio, on copper, 

unframed (CoUings), £2 15s. 

40 Dutch School. Cows, sheep, and goat, in a landscape ; and River scene, with 

cattle, figures and boats, panel, unframed (Schroeder), £4 los. 

41 French School, Soldier's departure ; and Soldier's return, a pair, panel — 4! x c> 

(Yeulett), £1 15s. ■ 

42 Dutch School, Gentleman, in black dress with ruff, panel — 2oi x 17} (Reid), 

£3 3S- 

43 Maes, N., Gentleman, in bufi coat, with purple cloak, oval — 17J x 13^ 

(Wagner), £1 us. 6d. 
.'4 French School. Lady, in brown dress, with pearls and flowers in her hair 
oval — 25 X 2oi (Clark), £16 i6s. 

45 Francks, Bathsheba at the bath— 29 x 27 (Parry), £1 iis. 6d. 

46 Flemish School. Tamar and Judith — 50 x 57 (Buck), £4 14s. 6d. 

47 Koninck, De, Head of an old man — 31.V x 24! (Soole), £1 is. 

48 Caravaggio, Gentleman, with an attendant holding a spear — 3ii x 37 (Yeu- 

lett), £i 15s. 

49 Moucheron, Woody river scene, with buildings and figures— 45 J x 38^ 

(Maynard), £5 15s. 6d. 

50 Owen, W., R.A., Gentleman, in dark coat and yellow vest — 28i x 23i (Dewar), 

£4 4S- 

51 English School. Lady, in white dress — 29V x 21J (Parry), £4 14s. 6d. 

52 Early English School. Lady, in grey cloak and large mob cap — 29 x 24 (Hill), 

£6 6s. 

53 Mignon, Fruit and still life on a table, panel — 14 x iSJ (Roe), £8 8s. 

54 Cuylenburg, Perseus and Andromeda, on copper — igi x 27.V (Parry), £2 i2s.6d. 

55 Early English School. Rt. Hon. William Pitt, in brown coat — 13 X 11 (Mor- 

timer), £7 7s. 
36 Hogarth, Lady, in blue dress, with wnite fichu and cap — 26i x 21J (Leger), 

£8 8s. 
57 & 58 Giordano, Woman nurturing a child, unframed — 30 x 20; Cariani, 

Salvator Mundi — 22 x igt (Parry), £3 3s. 
59 Bloemaert, Man, with a staff ; and Head of an old man, panel (Russell), 

£9 9s. 
•00 Barker (of Bath), Gentleman, in red dress, seated at a table on a terrace — 

22 x 15J (Justice), £1 IS. 



292 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



6i Schalcken, Madomia and Child, in a landscape — igi x 14^- (Collings), £2 los. . 
62 Zurburan, The Virgin, with hands clasped — 28^^ x 23 (Coureau), £3 13s. 6d. 
6s & 64 Bassano, Jacob's dream — 350 x 27J ; Wilson, R., R.A., Italian lake 

scene, with figures in the foreground — 27 J X 35t (Grose), £2. 
65 Dutch School. Woody river scene, with peasant and dog crossing rustic 

bridge — 21 X 27 (Bowles), £^ 14s. 6d. 
56 Matthieu, R., Lady, in blue dress and white cap ; Gentleman, in green coat, 

pair — 2<)\ X 24 (Carfax), £10 los. 

67 Teniers, Boors smoking ; and Three figures, panel (Wright), £16 i6s. 

68 Potter, Two cows near a willow-tree, panel — 14 X i2i (Ball), £3 3s. 

69 Pourbus, Monk, with skull and crucifix, panel — 17 X 13J (Fenton), £16 i6s. 

70 Steen, Peasants merrymaking, panel — 15| X 13J (Bell), £10 los. 

71 Ruysdael, Hilly landscape, with peasant, cow and dog on a road — 21J X 25 

(Pollard), £18 i8s. 

72 Aelst, van, Plate of oysters and still life on marble slab — 18 X 15 (Lewis), 

)fi5 15s- 

73 Gainsborough, T., R.A. (after), The pink boy — 42 X 32 (James), £3 13s. 6d. 

74 Rembrandt School. Head of a youth, with red dress, panel — 18 X 14J 

(Clark), £27 6s. 

75 Grief, A., Dogs and dead game in landscapes, a pair — 12^ X 16J (Parry), 

£9 93. 

76 Bramantino, Heads of a lady and a gentleman, two, in one frame, panel — 

18 V 15 (Leger), £2 2S. 

77 Italian School. Madonna and Child, panel — 13^ X 10 (Arthur), £5 5s. 

78 Flemish Schools, The Magdalen, seated, panel — 26 X igj (Holmes), £5 5s. 

79 Wattoau, Fete Champetre — 31 X 28 (Parry), £8 8s. 

80 Vaccaro, A., Saint Cecilia with a Cupid — 50 X 39 (Parry), £12 is. 6d. 

8t Reynolds, Sir J., P. R.A. (after), Jane, Duchess of Gordon — 28 J X 24 (Morton), 
£10 los. 

82 Raeburn, Archibald Skirking, Esq., in red coat — -141 x loj (Gooden & Fox), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

83 Snyders, Bear-hunt — 45 x 74 (Parry), £13 13s. 

84 Rosa, S., Landscape, with Tobias and the angel — 28J X 38J (Moore), £1 iis. 5d. 

85 Morland, Huntsmen at the " Blue Bell " — 17 X 22 (Parsons). £12 12s. 

86 Rubens, Cupids harvesting — 20 J X 36 (Buck), £47 5s. 

87 Nasmyth, Landscape, with windmill, pool, and figures, panel — 7j X gf 

(Parry), £2 15s. 

88 Ruysdael, Woody landscape, with angler, panel — gj X 8J (Huggins), £6 6s. 
8g Metzu, The stirrup-cup, panel — gj X 8 (Arthur), £115 los. 

90 Mieris, Lady, with her son blowing bubbles ot a window, panel — gj X 6| 

(Huggins), £39 i8s. 
gr Baptiste, Flowers, in sculptured vase — 26J x 26| (Huggins), £13 13s. 

92 Morland, Rocky coast scene, with horseman, boat and figures — 34 X 46 (Leger), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

93 Rottenharamer, Venus, Cupid, Bacchus, and Pomona, panel — 2ii X 18J 

(Spencer), £8 i8s. 6d. 

94 Maes, Lady, in black dress and deep linen collar — 23J X igj (F,llis),£4 14s. 6d. 

95 Dubbels, H., Rocky coast, with shipwreck — igj x 27 (Lacey), £6 6s. 

96 Van Dyck School. Gentleman, in fur-trimmed cloak — 23 X i7| (James), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

97 Heyden, Old castle, panel — 17J X 24^ (Summers), £18 i8s. 

98 Dutch School. Youth, in classical dress, with dogs— igj x 16 J (Bell),, 

£4 14. 6d. 



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99 Ostade, Peasants singing, panel — 9 x 11^ (Streletskie), £10 los. 
100 Velde, Van de, Sea piece, with sailing-boats — loj X loj (Lacey), £3 35. 
loi Koninck, Head of an old man, panel, and Head of a youth (Wagner), 
£7 17s. 6d. 

102 Mignard, Marie, Countess de Marsan, in white dress, with blue cloak — 28^ X 23 

(Wimams),/:27 6s. 

103 Oever, Ten, Dutch homestead, with figures and animals — 26 X 34^ (Parry), 

£10 los. 

104 Brekelenkam, Peasant- woman with vegetables, panel — 18 X 13 (Breize), 

€9 9S- 

105 Van Dyck, Betrayal of Christ, on copper — 25 X 18J (Rich), £7 7s. 

106 Dutch School. Gentleman, in dark dress, holding his gloves, panel — 29 X zij 

(Glenton), £8 8s. 

107 Jardin, K. Du, Cattle, sheep and figures, near a ruin, panel — 10 X 81 (Wagner), 

£7 7S. 

108 Heemskirk, E. van. Group of peasants conversing, panel — loi X 8 (Wagner) 

£1 IS. 

109 Borgognone, Battle-piece — 26 X 36 (Keefe), £6 6s. 

110 Castello, Valerio, Adoration of the Magi — 38 X 29 (Lacey), £15 15s. 

111 Early English School. George Seddon, Esq., in brown coat with white stock, 

powdered wig — 29^ X 24 (Ward), £3 15s. 

112 Early English School. Thomas Seddon, Esq., son of the above, in blue coat ; 

and his Wife {nee Pollard), in white dress with black lace shawl, a pair — 
28* X 24I (Smith), £29 8s. 

113 Early English School. John William Seddon, Lieutenant Royal Artillery ; and 

Miss Catherine Seddon, in white dress ; children of George Seddon, Esq., 
a pair — 13I x iij (Ward), £4 14s. 6d. 
314 Early English School. Girl, in pink frock ; and Boy, in green dress, a pair, 
panel — iiJ x 9J (Parry), £2 2s. 

115 Wright, J., A.R,A,, 1794, The rainbow : Woody landscape with wagon near 

bridge — 31I x 41* (Ward) £5 5s., 

116 Wright, J., A.R.A., Derwent water ; and Rydal water, a pair — 2ii x 30 

(Whitcombe), £5 5s. 

117 Zuccarelh, F., R.A., Italian landscape, with peasants and animals — 29 x 54 

(Leggatt), £5 15s. 6d. 
T18 Cignani, C, Samson and Delilah — 49 x 69 (Moore), £1 15s. 

119 Hals School. Gentleman, in brown dress, with large hat, panel — 25J x ao 

(Baines), £13 13s. 

120 Early English School. Gentleman, in brown coat ; and Lady, in green dress 

with white fichu, a pedr, uuframed, panel, oval — loj x 8J (Garside), 
£4 4S. 

121 Norwich School. Landscape, with cottage and figures, panel — 6 x 8 (Garside), 

15s. 

122 Hudson, T., Duke of Cumberland, in military uniform, oval ; and An engraving, 

by I. Faber — 29J x 24^ (Gooden & Fox), £12 12s. 

123 Steenwyck, Interior of St. Paul's Cathedral, with figures — 42 x 58J (Byre), 

£50 8s. 

124 Hals School. Peasant-woman ; and Peasant holding a mug, a pair — 2oi x 16 

(Lawrence), £14 14s. 

125 Early Enghsh School. Mrs. Helyar, in blue dress, with lace fichu and cap; 

and Mr. Helyar, in blue coat, a pair — 29^ x 24.I (Leger), £25 4s. 

126 Enghsh School. Gentleman, in blue coat, panel — 8 x 6 (Sampson), £1 is. 

127 Bogdani, J., Fruit on a stone slab — 25J X 37! (Pawsey & Payne), £31 los. 



294 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

128 Morland, Interior of a stable, with horses and figures — 27^ x 35^ (Mace), 

£84. 

129 Sartorious, J. N., 1814, The leap ; and Full cry, a pair — 17 x 27J (Band and 

Carter), £65 2S. 

130 Sartorious, J. N., Jack Cole the huntsman, and the Old Surrey foxhounds — 

29 X 4ii (Band & Carter), £99 15s. 

131 Herring, J. F., sen., " Touchstone," with jockey up — 12 X 16 (Fores), £48 6s. 

132 Vincent, G., Landscape, with windmill and cows, panel- — lai X 16J (Vicars), 

£25 4S. 

133 Dutch School. Interior of a kitchen, with figures, panel — 18^ X 16 (Van 

Duren), ;fio los. 

134 Moui, L. de, Lady, weighing money ; an attendant behind her, panel — gj X 8 

(CoUings), £10 los. 

135 Brooking, C, Sea pieces, with shippmg and figures, a pair — loi X 14J (Samp- 

son), £7 17s. 6d. 

136 Metzu, Old woman, seated by a table, asleep, panel — 8 X 7 (Arthur), £21. 

137 Nasmyth, P., 1828, Woody river scene, with angler and peasant, pemel — 

iii X i5i (Sampson), £189. 

138 Wouverman, P., Peasant, with horses on the bank of a river, panel — i2i X i6i 

(Arthur), £220 los. 

139 Early English School. Young lady, seated, holding a watch, panel — 8^ X 7i 

(Parry), £4 14s. 6d. 

140 Cipriani, Nymph with a Cupid, in a landscape, oval— 17 X 21^ (Malyon), 

£8 8s. 

141 Italian School. Grentleman, in brown dress and cap, holding his glove, panel 

24J X 19J (Wood), £4 14s. 6d. 

142 French School. Maria Leczinska, in red dress with blue cloak — 29 X 24^^ 

(Parry), £5 5s. 

143 Cuyp, River scene, with cottages, boats, and figures drawing a net, panel — 

13J X 20^ (James), £13 13s. 

144 Smirke, R., R.A., Olivia and Sophia, vide " Vicar of Wakefield," circular — 

i6i ins. diam. (Jaques), £8 8s. 

145 Dutch School. Edward Winthrop, one of the Pilgrim Fathers, in black dress 

with white linen collar — 29 X 23 (Homer), £6 6s. 

146 French School. Lovers in a garden — loj X 13J (Parry), £6 6s. 



147 A palette, and a large mahogany paint-box, used by Sir J. Reynolds, P.R.A. 

(Rutley), £1 IIS. 6d. 

DRAWINGS. 

148 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Study of three heads ; and Study of a head, sepia 

(Parsons), £7. 

PICTURES. 

149 Janssens, C, P. iEmilius, Commissary-General of Transports, in black dress 

with slashed sleeves and white linen collar — 41^ X 31^ (Hughes), £36 15s. 

150 Pinturicchio, Three scenes, from the Life of St. Helena, in one frame panel — 

6 X 13J ins. each (Sackville Gallery), £18 i8s. 

151 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A. (after), Hope nursing Love — 53* X 41 (Reid), £3 3s. 

152 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A. (after). The infant Samuel — 35J X 27i (Moore), 

£1 IS. 

153 Richardson, J., John Gay, poet, in brown dress and dark cap, oval — 29* X 24!; 

(CoUings), £3 3s. 



March 19, 1912. 295 



March 19, 1912. Christie's. 

I & 2 Portraits of celebrities, by William Nichohon, a set of 12 wood-cuts, in 
colours ; set of 12 mezzotints, after Turner's "' Liber Studiorum," by Sir 
Frank Short, R.A. (Fine Art Society), £15 15s. 
Frank Brangwyn, A.R.A. 

3 Breaking up of H.M.S. Hannibal (Fine Art Society), £9 igs. 6d. 

4 Brickmakers (Fine Art Society), £8 8s. 

5 Gondola builders Venice (Dunthome), £11 iis. 

6 Montreuil (Davidson), £11 os. 6d. 

7 The Rialto, Venice (Fine Art Society), £g 195. 6d. 

8 Bridge builders (Agnew), £10 los. 

9 Kew Bridge (Agnew), £S 8s. 

to London Bridge (Fine Art Society), £S i8s. 6d. 

11 The wood sawyers (Fine Art Society), £8 8s. 

Hedley Fitton. 

12 The founder's tomb, Winchester (Frost & Reed), £18 i8s. 

13 Shrine of Edward the Confessor, Westminster (Davidson), £15 155. 

14 Gateway, Glasgow University (Agnew), £19 8s. 6d. 

15 John Knox's house, Edinburgh (Davidson), £33 12s. 

16 Roslinchapel (Davidson), £15 15s. 

17 Via dei Girolami, Florence (Davidson), £22 is. 

r8 St. Etienne, Beauvais (Colnaghi Sc Obach), £17 17s. 

19 St. Maclou, Rouen (Colnaghi Sc Obach), £26 5s. 

20 Rialto, Venice (Frost & Reed), £30 9s. ^ 

Unframed. 

21 Ponte Vecchio, Florence (Davidson), £15 4s. 6d. 

22 The Monument (Agnew), £11 iis. 

23 St. Martin's Church (Tooth), £14 14s. 

24 Juliet's house, Verona (Davidson), £14 14s. 

25 St. Merri, Paris (Davidson), £27 6s. 

26 St. Hilare, Poitiers (Davidson), £7 17s. 6d. 

27 Rue Hotel Barbette (Cokiaghi & Obach), £8 8s. 

28 Flower market, Florence (Davidson), £14 14s. 

29 Borgo S. Jacopo, Florence (Agnew), £27 6s. 

30 Rue St. Romain, Rouen (Davidson), £15 15s. 

31 St. Andrews (Davidson), £19 19s. 

32 Church of the Three Kings, St. Eniilion (Davidson). £10 ros. 

33 Via di Capaccia, Florence (Agnew), £13 2s. 6d. 

34 St. Zaccaria, Venice (Davidson), £22 is. 

35 Barge builders, Limehouse (Davidson), £4 4s. 

36 Pont St. Etienne, Limoges (Davidson), £7 7s. 

D. Y. Ca.meron, A.R.A. 

37 Murthly on Tay (Connell), £15 15s. 

38 The butterfly (Connell), £15 15s. 

39 The monastery (Connell), £19 19s. 

40 Porto del Molo (Connell), £21. 

41 Doges' palace, Venice (Davidson), £105. 

42 St. Laumer, Blois (Connell), £94 los. 

43 Harfleur (Connell), £75 I2S. 



296 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

.44 Mars work (Connell), £42. 

.45 Bridge of Sighs (Connell), £iy 17s. 

46 Craigievar (Connell), £84. 

47 Little Devil of Florence (Dunthorne), £11 iis. 

48 Haddington (Connell), £21. 

49 Newgate (Connell), £19 igs. 

50 Waterloo Bridge (Connell), £16 i6s. 

Unframed. 

51 The set of seven Paisley subjects (Dunthorne), £16 16'=. 
.52 The set of The Clyde (20 plates), (Neumayer), £3 js. 

53 Woodside flint mills ; and three others (Connell), £4 :4s. 6d. 

Drypoints, by Muirhead Bone. 

54 The prison, Ayr (Davidson), £71 8s. 

55 The shot tower (Davidson), £68 5s. 

56 Old and new Gaiety Theatres (Davidson), £68 5:-. 

57 The liberty clock (Maggs), £71 8s. 

58 Oxfordshire (Connell), £42. 

59 Fisher's Creek, King's Lynn (Davidson), £65 2S. 

Drypoints, by Francis Dodd. 

60 Portrait of Muirhead Bone ; Auntie Susie reading, unframed (Connell), £11 us. 

Unframed. 

61 Cameron, D. Y., Greenock (W. 8) (Connell), £13 13s. 

62 Cameron, D. Y., Dryburgh (W. 104) (Connell), £13 13s. 

63 Cameron, D. Y., Pluscarden, first state (Connell), £21. 

64 Cameron, D. Y., Berwick, trial proof (Connell), £7 7s. 
64A Ditto £22 IS. 

■65 Zom, Anna (D. 170) (Davidson), £8 8s. 

66 Zorn, Les deux Modeles pres du Lit (D. 174) (Neumayer), £8 8s. 

67 Zom, Albert Engstrom (D. 187) (Neumayer), £7 7s. 

68 Whistler, J. M., The white tower (W. 128) (Rimell), £5 5s. 

69 Brangwyn, F., San Maria from the street (Fine Art Society), £14 3s. 6d. 

70 Brangwyn, F., San Maria through the riggings (Fine Art Society), £27 6s. 

71 Cameron, D. Y., Holyrood (Davidson), £28 7s. 

72 Cameron, D. Y., Dark Angers, coloured (Webley), £4 4s. 

73 Whistler, J. M., Battersea bridge, coloured (Webley), £1 us. 6d. 

74 Glasgow, fifty drawings by Muirhead Bone (facsimiles), with etching of the Old 

Court House, and Notes on Glasgow, by A. H. Charteris, in a portfolio 
(Davidson), £28 7s. 

Framed. 

75 Ca d'Oro, etching by D. Y. Cameron (Connell), £60 i8s. 

76 The Porlingford Oak, after Crome, by F. Short, artist's proof ; and another 

(Dunthorne), £13 13s. 

77 Love and Death, after Watts, by F. Short, proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £6 i6s. 6d. 

78 The golden stairs, after Bume-Jones, by Jasinski, artist's proof ; and Love 

among the ruins, after and by the same, ditto (Tooth), £3 3s. 

79 Cynthia, after Dicksee, by J. D. Miller, artist's proof (Connell), £10 los. 

80 The chain pier, Brighton, etching by Wyllie ; and another (Dunthorne), 

£2 2S. 

81 The Holy Family, after C. Dolci, by R. Earlom, proof (Parker), 5s. 

fl2 Le Semeur, after Millett ; St. Jacque, Dieppe, by L'Hermitte , and Coa^t 
scene, by Appian (Dunthorne), £2 12s. 6d. 



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83 & 84 The fold, by L. Richeton, remarque proof; Rocky pools, by Appian, 
a pair ; and three others. The King drinks, by H. Dicksee ; St. Bernards , 
by A. C. Sealy ; and four others (Harvey), £1 iis. 6d. 

85 Fontainebleau, by Chativel ; Fishermen, after C. Hunter, by the same ; and 

three others (Vicars), los. 6d. 

86 The iowler, after P. Graham, R.A., artist's proof (Vicars), ^fs 3=. 

87 Lady Caroline Montague, after Sir J. Reynolds, by Cousins, artist's proof 

. (Vicars), £1 is. 

88 Limburg on the Lahn, by A. H. Haig (Deighton), £8 i8s. 6d. 

The Property of the late Mr. Herbert Henry Lepper. 

Unjramed. 

89 Mrs. Gautheret, after Violet, by Bartolozzi ; Marie Antoinette, by Conde, 

proof ; and two others (Ellis & Smith), £4. 
go & 91 Views in Venice (15), after Canaletto, by Brustclon, etc. ; Portrait heads 
of J. M. Whistler, by M. Menpes (Carlin), 12s. 

92 The Clyde at Symington ; and Ailsa, 1888, etchings by D. Y. Cameron (Connell), 

£11 IIS. 

93 White Horse Close (W. 11) by the same (Connell), £11 iis. 

94 The Bridge of Sighs (W. 78), by the same (Connell), £iy 17s. 

Framed. 

95 The Chimoera of Amiens, by D. Y. Cameron (Davidson), £35 14s. 

96 Ben Ledi, by D. Y. Cameron (Connell), /189. 

97 Cecilia, after Engleheart ; and a Lady, after Cosway, by Bartolozzi, proofs, in 

bistre (Ellis & Smith), £7 7s. 

98 The dog's first view of himself ; and the Dead goldfinch, a pair, in colours 

(Ellis & Smith), £5 15s. 6d. 

99 The turnpike gate, after Morland, by W. Ward, wide margin (Colnaghi and 

Obach), £23 2S. 

100 Caspar de Daillon, after d'Egmont, by Pitau ; Dr. Johr.=cn ; and another 

(Brail), los. 6d. 

101 Lady C. Pelham Clinton, after Reynolds, by J. R. Smith (Brail), £2 2S. 

102 Francis Drake, after Beechey ; and Lord Hawkesbury, after Lawrence, by J. 

Young, proofs ; and another (Rimell), £3 3s. 

103 Lord Cathcart and Lord Pelham, after Hoppner, by H. Meyer and S. W. 

Rejmolds, proofs (Parker), £2 5s. 

104 Rt. Hon. G. Canning, after Lawrence, by C. Turner, proof ; and Lord Gienville, 

after Hoppner, by Say (Holmes), £1 iis. 6d. 

105 Lady Dover and child ; and Lady Grey and children, after Sir T. Lawrence, by 

Cousins, published by Leggatt (Warden), £4 14s. 6d. 

106 Young Waltonians, after Constable, by D. Lucas ; and three small mezzotints, 

proofs (Huggins), £2 12s. 6d. 

107 St. Martin's Chiurch ; and a View in Antwerp, etchings by C. M. Pott ; Venice ; 

and another by M. Bolingbroke (Fine Art Society), £3 3s. 

108 A March of Waters, by F. Burridge ; and two etchings by C. J. Watson (Fine 

Art Society), £4 14s. 6d. 

109 St. Martin's Church, by A. H. Fisher ; A country road, by .AI. Kemp-Welch ; 

and two others (Greenstreet), £1 is. 
no & III The night watch ; and Christ healing the sick, after Rembrandt, by 
Flameug ; Interior of a church, by C. O. Murray, remarque proof ; and 
one by C. Bird, artist's proof (Smith), £2 2s. 



298 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



ri2 The golden stairs, after Burne-Joues, by Jasiaski, artist's proof (Tooth), 
£2 I2S. 6d. 

113 Eel Bucks at Goring, after MuUer, by B. Debaines, artist's proof (Hohnes), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

114 The Thames at Westminster, after Vicat Cole, by B. Debaines, artist's proof 

(May), £2 23. 

115 Murthley Moss, after Millais, by ditto, artist's proof (Mrs. Adams), £2 12s. 6d. 
I r6 Mouth of the Thames, by F. Short, proof ; and A view in Venice, after Caueletto 

(Money), £2 2S. 
117 The stirrup cup, after Meissonier ; and The brothers van de Velde, after the 

same, proofs (Price), £1 iis. 6d. 
1 13 Setters at work, after Heywood Hardy, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof (Frost and 

Reed), £2 12s. 6d. 
119 & 120 Cherries, after Russell, by Appleton, artist's proof ; Girl praying, after 

Francis Walker, ditto ; and Playmates, after W. Merle. The golden age, after 

Reynolds, by R. Smyth, artist's proof (Harter), £(> i6s. 6d. 
121 Boy with a rabbit, after Raeburn, by J. C. Webb, artist's proof (Dowdeswell), 

£7 7s. 
i_'2 Lady Waldegrave, after Hoppner, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof (Colnaghi 

and Obach), ;f4 14s. 6d. 

123 Lady Caroline Wrottesley, after the same, by N. Hirst, ditto (Agnew), £13 13s. 

124 Lady C. Greville, after and by the same, artist's proof (Pawsey & Payne), 

£7 7s. 
r25 Lady Leitrim and child, after Lawrence, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof 
(Colnaghi & Obach), £9 9s. 

126 Mrs. Thornton, by and after the same, artist's proof (Vicars), £2 2S. 

127 Lady Forbes, after Romney, by N. Hirst, artist's proof (Agnew), £8 i8s. 6d. 

128 Hon. Miss Parker, after Reynolds, by N. Hirst, artist's proof (Pawsey & Payne), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

129 Mrs. Irvine Boswell, after Raeburn, by N. Hirst, artist's proof (Gooden & Fox), 

£3 3=- 

130 Lady Carmichael, after the same, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof (Agnew), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

131 The cottager, after Gainsborough, by N. Hirst, artist's proof (Agnew), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 

132 Lady L. Manners, after Hoppner, by N. Hirst, engraver's proof (Agnew), 

{.i 3s. 

133 Lady Monson, after Romney, by N. Hirst, artist's proof (Agnew), £8 8s. 

134 Mrs. Carnac, after Reynolds, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof (Holmes), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

135 " Pinkie," after Sir T. Lawrence, by N. Hirst, artist's proof (Agnew), £26 5s. 

136 Lady Hamilton as " Nature," after Romney, by S. E. Wilson, artist's proof 

(Vicars), £2 2S. 

137 Lady Hamilton, as "Nature," after Romney; and The mob cap, after 

Hoppner, by A. Hewlett, artist's proof (Agnew), £5 15s. 6d. 

138 Mrs. Clay and child, after Romney, by A. Hewlett, artist's proof, in colours 

(Huggins), £12 i2s. 

139 The infant academy, after Sir J. Reynolds, by W. Walker, in colours (Vicars), 

£2 2S. 

140 Lady Hamilton as " Emma," after Romney, in colours (Wilde), £2 12s. 6d. 

Engraved by S. E. Wilson and Printed in Colours. 
t4i Nina, after J. B. Greuze (W. Howard), £44 2S. 



March 19, 1912. 29a 

142 Lady Smyth and childrea, after Sir J. Reynolds (Vicars), jf3i los. 

143 The Ladies Waldegrave, after Sir J. Reynolds (VV. Howard), £tC t6s. 

144 Madame Le Brun and child, after Le Brun (V'icars), ;fi2 12s. 

145 Mrs. Canning and child, after G. Romney (Vicar.-), £14 14s. 

146 Hon. Mrs. Beresford, after G. Romney (Vicar?), £11 os. 6d. 

147 Mrs. Musters, after G. Romney (W. Howard), £22 12s. 

148 Lady Hamilton as " Nature," after G. Romiiey (Howard), £27 6s. 

DR-VvVINGS. 

149 Two ladies, with powdered hair, wearing hats in the style of Dowiiman (Arthur- 

ton), £13 15s. 

150 Lady in straw hat with blue ribbon ; and A lady in white mob cap, ditto- 

(Holmes), £"17 17s. 

151 Lady with ermine scarf ; and Lady wearing coral necklace, ditto (Pawsey and 

Payne), £16 i6s. 

152 Lady with large hat and feathers ; and Lady in puce-coloured dress, ditto 

(Cox), £is 13s. 
ij3 Lady holding a letter ; and Lady in white dress and blue sash, ditto (Pawsey 
and Payne), £16 i6s. -i- 

154 Girl in white dress with pink ribbons ; Lady in wiiite dress and powdered hair ; 

and a group of a girl and child, ditto (Pawsey & Payne), £18 i8s. 

155 Head of a lad)', with white dress, pastel (Leggatt), £1 iis. 6d. 

156 Norie, F., Four sketches in one frame : Broadstairs ; and A view on the 

Thames (H. Harris), £2 12s. 6d. 

157 & 158 Watson, T. J., Apple and grapes ; and Fruit, by A. M. Fitzjames ; 

Wimperis, E. M., 1894, Landscape, witli windmill and sheep (Frost & Reed), 
£7 7s. 
159 Wimbush, H. B., 1890, River scene (Walden), £1 5s. . 

PICTURES. 
i6o Early English School. Heads of boys, with blue coats, a pair, panel, oval., 

— 8J X 7 (Holmes), £1 5s. 
I'u Saintpierre, G., t888, The pet— 24^ X. i6i (Holmes), £1 15s. 



300 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March 23, 19 12. Christie's. 

The Property of the late Sir Wilham James Farrer, 
Sandhurst Lodge, Berks, and 18, Upper Brook Street, W. 

PICTURES. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

1 Bigg, W. R., R.A., Landscape : Peasant-children with spinning-wheel ; 

cottage among trees beyond — gj X iij (Gooden & Fox), £s 5s. 

2 Morland, G., The thatcher — 24J XzgJ (Sampson), £39 i8s. 

3 Morland, G., Sandpit : Landscape, with a cottage and peasants — 9J X iij 

(Vicars), £38 17s. 

4 Rathbone, j ., River scene, with bridge ; and River scene, with two boats, 

panel (Parker), £10 los. 

FRENCH AND SPANISH SCHOOLS. 

5 J Claude, Mount Helicon : Apollo and the Muses seated below a classical temple, 

swans in a pool in the foreground ; sea in the distance — 38 X 52 (Agnew), 
£189. 

6 Murillo, B. E., The prodigal son tending swine — 10 X 13J (Wagner), £4 4s. 

7 Poussin, G., Woody landscapes : Paris, with figures and sheep near a river ; an d 

Achilles and Patroclus, a pair — 28 X 38 (Agnew), £14 14s. * 

DUTCH AND GERMAN SCHOOLS. 

8 Berchem, Two cows, donkey and sheep, at a ford, panel — 6J x 8|- (White), 

£1 IS. 

9 Cranach, L., Saint Agnes on a stone step, caressing a lamb ; above her head are 

two angels, holding a laurel-wreath, panel — 18J X 15 (Gooden & Fox), 
£4. 14s. 6d. 
ID Cranach, L., The last supper, panel — 12 X 24 (Bohler), £26 5s. 

1 1 Gael, Barent, Huntsmen, in a landscape ; and Landscape, with ruins, panel 

(Miller), £10 los. 

12 German School. The circumcision : A composition of numerous figures richly 

dressed, panel — 46J X 32 (Nicholson), £21. 

13 Haensbergen, J. van, Nymphs bathing — gj X 12J (Vorberg), £1 iis. 6d. 

14 Leyden, Lucas van, Judgment of Solomon, panel, arched top — 22^ X 16 

(Von Wallman), £73 los. 

15 Maler, Hans, Johan de Meun, author of " The Romaunt of the Rose," in dark 

dress, showing a white shirt at the neck, auburn hair showing under his 
dark cap, holding his gloves in his left hand, and a rose in his right, panel — 
i6i X i2i (Agnew), £1,071. 

16 Mengs, Raffaelle, Head of the Virgin, circular ; and The head of Christ (Cohen), 

17 Mieris, W., A toper : Peasant, with violin, holding glass of wine, panel — 

4J X 3f (Wagner), £5 15s. 6d. 

18 Rembrandt, River scene, stormy weather : Windmill on rising ground on the 

left ; figures landing from a boat in the foreground, panel — rg X 26 
(Cohen), £210. 

19 Rembrandt, Woody landscape: Shepherd and shepherdess, with cow and 

sheep near a stream — 21 X 25 J (Van Shanlen), £42. 
.20 Rubens, P. P., and Wildens, Jan, Venus and Adonis, panel — 16J X 27 (Arthur), 
£09 153. 



March 23. 1912. 30 1 

21 Stocklin, Interior of a church; signed, and dated 1784, panel — 6f X gj 

(Gooden & Fox), £7 17s. 6d. 

22 Teniers, D., The watei doctor : An interior, with five figures, panel — 10 x raj 

(Leger), £12 12s. 

23 Weyden, Roger van der, A legend of Christ's infancy, panel — iii X 12 j 

(Arthur), £'31 los. 

24 Wynants, J., River scene: Two men angling from a boat, another angler 

seated on the bank conversing with a peasant — 19 J X 23 J (Arthur), 
£126. 

ITALIAN SCHOOLS. 

25 Bassano, Giacomo, Spring ; Summer ; Autumn ; and Winter : a set of four 

compositions, with numerous figures and animals — 43 > 78 (Buck), 

£84. 

26 Bassano, Leandro, Portrait of Ottavio Amalteo, physician of Venice, who cured 

Bassano of a fever — 43 X 38 (Lippmann), £178 los. 

27 Bassano, The deposition from the Cross ; and The entombment ; on the 

reverse, figures carrying the dead Christ to the Tomb, mounted as a screen, 
on panel — SJ X 6f ( — ), £33 12s. 

28 Bartolommeo, Fra, The Madonna and Child : The Virgin, in red dress, blue 

cloak and pink veil, green curtain background, panel — 29 J X 22J (Wagner) . 
£15 15s. 

29 School of Bellini. Madonna and Child, with Saint Catherine and Saint John — 

2oi X 27 (H. Wagner), £42. 

30 Bordone, Paris, Portrait of a youth, in black doublet, with small white ruff, 

panel — i6i X \2\ (Wagner), £33 12s. 

31 Bordone, Paris, Isabella d'Este and her son, in black and gold striped dress, 

with blue slashed sleeves, her young son, in pink dress, by her side — 
42 X 32J (Comeau), £141 15s. 

32 Botticelli, Sandro, Madonna and Child, with Sjiint John ; The Madonna, iri 

rich dress, covered by a blue cloak lined with green, Saint John on the 
right, in the distance Saint Francis and another monk, panel, circular — 
46J ins. diam. (Bohler), £756. 

33 Brescia, Moretto da. The Magdalen, wearing a pink cloak over a black dress, 

and carrying the pot of ointment — 641V x 17* (Agnew), £210. 

34 Bronzino, A., Francesco I de Medici, in rich red dress, with slashed sleeves, 

resting his arms upon a table, and holding a miniature in his right hand — 
31J X 2%\ (Buttery), £210. 

35 Cagliari, C, Presentation in the temple — jij X 67 (Nicholson), £21. 

36 Canaletto, B., Italian landscape : Peasants near a bridge in the foreground ; 

buildings and ruins beyond — 19 X 31-i (Lippmann), £52 los. 

37 Cariani, B., Gentleman of the Scaliger family, panel — 27J X 23 (Buttery), 

£420. 

38 Carpaccio, Marriage of Saint Catherine, panel — 31^ X 22J (Miller), £54 12s. 

39 Carracci, A., The repose in Egypt — 15 x rii (Bonce), £36 15s. 

40 Carracci, A., The crucifixion — 35~X 20J (Gooden & Fox), £6 6s. 

41 Crivelli, Carlo, Madonna and Child : The Virgin, in gold dress and blue cloak, 

fruit suspended on either side of the throne, panel, arched top — 52 X 2ii 
(Conieau), £120 r5S. 

42 Domenichino, Pursuit of love : Psyche, aroused from her bed, pursuing Cupid, 

who is flying away, copper, oval — 3J x 4J (Butley), £31 los. 

43 Domenichino, Saint John in ecstasy, panel — loj X 7i (Arthur), £29 Ss. 

44 Garbo, Raffaellino del. The Madonna and Child, with saints, a triptych, in 

tabernacle frame, panel, centre piece — 6r X 20 (Bohler), £420. 



302 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

45 Ghirlandaio, Ridolfi, Holy Family with saints, panel, circular — 38J ins. diam. 

(Gooden & Fox), £115 10s. 

46 Giorgione, Holy Family with saints : The Madonna, in red dress and green 

cloak, panel — 4r ^. 56 (Grundherr), ^52 los. 

47 Giorgione (School of). Head of Christ, panel — i7f X 15 (Shepherd), £27 6s. 

48 Lippi, Filippo, Madonna and Child, with Saint John, panel — 31 X 22j- (Corneau), 

£147. 

49 Lotto, Lorenzo, Marriage of the Virgin, panel — 15 X 12 (Bellesis), ^fs^ 12s. 

50 Luini, B., Saint Catherine, panel — 14! X iij (Bruce), £54 12s. 

51 Luini, Madonna and Child — 27 X 2rf (Grose), £2 2s. 

52 Masaccio (School of). Death of Alexander, panel — 26 X 19J (Shepherd), 

£68 5S. 

53 Masaccio (School of). The Magi, panel — 15 X 10 (Corneau), £29 8s. 

54 Moroni, G. B., Portrait of a monk, in white gown ; head turned to the left — 

22 X 19 (Shepherd), £220 los. 

55 Orcagna, Andrea, Coronation of the Virgin, panel, octagonal — 22 X i6i 

(Glen), £33 I2S. 

56 Palmezzano, Marco, Baptism of Christ, panel — 38 X 25 (Sabin), £68 5s. 

57 Parmigiano, Madonna and Child, with Saint John, panel — 8J X 6J (Allen), 

£8 8s. 

58 Pinturicchio, Saint Ambrose baptising Saint Augustine ; and Saint Augustine 

preaching, a pair, panel — 11 X 17I ins. each (Agnew), £131 5s. 

59 Romano, Giulio, Creation of Eve, panel — 16 J X 13 (Allen), £7 7s. 

60 Rosa, S., Landscape, with horseman ; and Landscape, with brigands, a pair — 

9 X iij (Richmond), £3 13s. 6d. 

61 Sabbatini, Andrea, The Nativity, panel, archsd top — 58J X 32^ (Agnew), 

£52 lOS. 

62 Sarto, Andrea del, A Pieta — 38^ X 51J (Clements), £525. 

63 Signorelli, Luca, Saint George and the Dragon, panel — 21 X 30 (Agnew), 

£462. 
•64 Spagna, Lo, The annunciation ; The nativity ; Adoration of the Magi ; and 

Presentation in the temple ; a set of four panels, forming the predella of a 

picture, panel — 8J X 22J (Agnew), £199 los. 
65 Tintoretto, II, Raising of Lazarus — 40 X 55 (Bohler), £483. 
65 Tintoretto, II, A senator in prayer — r4 x 12^ (Gooden & Fox), £18 i8s. 
■67 Titian, The adoration of the shepherds — 86 x 68 (Carfax), £546. 
68 Titian, A Venetian senator — 47 x 37 (Grundherr), £44 2s. 
6t Titian, Landscape near the coast : A groom leading a white horse towards a 

gentleman ; in the distance a village with tower and church — 41^ X 66 

(Douglas), £42. 

70 Venetian School. The repose in Egypt — rrf X 24 (MuUer), £26 5s. 

71 Venusti, Marco, A Pieta, from a design by Michel Angelo — 18 X 13} (Lindsay), 

£21. 

72 Veronese, P., Baptism of Christ, panel — 7 X loj (Allen), £8 8s. 

73 Vinci, L. da, Head of Saint Anne, panel — loj X 7i (Bruce), £21. 

PICTURES. 

74 Champaigne, Philippe de, An ecclesiastic — 28 X 22} (Hughes), £57 15s. 

75 Champaigne, Philipe de, Grand Arnaud Solitaire of the Port Royal, in black 

and red gown — 28 X 22J (Hughes), £52 ids. 

76 Champaigne, The agony in the garden ; Interior of a palace, by Pezee ; and 

Seaport, with shipping and figures (Madelaine), £4 4s. 
,7f Gutterez, J., 1830, Hernan Cortes, in black dress and cap — 2oi X 15} (Reid), 
£555. 



March 23, 1912. 303 

78 Marne, J. L. de, 1813, Peasants and animals under a tree, panel — 21 >. 30^ 

(E. A. Smith), £4 4s. 

79 Metzu, G., Lady, in grey cloak lined with white fur — 30J X 24J (Gooden and 

Fox), £136 los. 

80 Roogt, V. van, 'Poultry, peacock and other birds, in a garden — 27 J X 34 J 

(Roe), £21. 

81 Roy, B. de, 1808, Peasants driving animals in a storm, panel — 15J X 23 

(Gooden & Fox), £5 5s. 
■82 Sienese School. Madonna and Child, with saints, panel, arched top — 26J x 14 

(Cooke), £13 13s. 
■83 Weenix, Jan, Garden scene, with cavalier and lady on horseback, page, and 

dogs— 35I- X soh (Wagner), £21. 



84 Amatrice, Cola dell'. Madonna and Child, enthroned with Saint Peter, Saint 

Januarius and Saint Francis ; with border of Raphaelesque ornament, 
panel — 71 X 63 (Stephens), £157 los. 

85 Flemish School. Madonna and Child, enthroned under an archway, landscape 

background, panel — r7i x i2|- (Schroeder), £105. 

86 Meer, Jan van der, of Haarlem, An extensive landscape, with chateau, cottages 

and a figure, signed — 26J x 38J (White), £315. 

87 Steen, Jan, The fish-woman — 31 x 25 (Streletskie), £26 5s. 

88 Carpaccio, Madonna and Child with saints, panel — 58 X 57i (Hastings), 

£325 los. 

89 Moreelse, P., Young girl, in green dress, with white pinafore, holding a feather 

fan— 27 X 23i (Glen), £231. 

90 Lucidel, N., German nobleman, in brocaded dress and black cape, with his 

son, panel — 41 X 3ii (Dulacher), £52 los. 

91 Fyt, J. Fruit, dead game, and still life, on a table — 29^ X 42 J (Edward 

Gallery), £33 12s. 

92 Ruysdael, J. van, Mountainous landscape, with bridge over a river — 33 x 46^ 

(Leger), £99 15s. 

93 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Faith : A study for the New College mndow — 57 X 

32i (Shaw), £6 6s. 

94 Moretto, Gentleman, in black dress edged with fur, black hat with feather — 

56 X 41 (Grundherr), £50 8s. 

95 Blankhof, J. T., Coast scene, with shipping in a storm — 28 X 41 (Sampson), 

£18 i8s. 

96 Janssens, C, Gentleman, in grey doublet with white lawn collar, oval — 

29 X 24i (Nicholson), £36 15s. 

97 Chardin, J. B. S., Kitchen utensils in a shed — 20 X 29 J (Justice), £6 6s. 

98 Everdingen, A. van, River scene, with waterfall, church and cottages in the 

distance — 26i X2ii (Hobson), £16 i6s. 

99 Umbrian School. Madonna, in red dress, green cloak and white head-dress, 

in a landscape, the Infant Saviour lifting the lid from a vase which she 
holds in her right hand — 17J X iij (Gooden & Fox), £504. 
100 School of Perugino. Madonna and Child, with angels, panel — 24 X 17J 
(Smith), £44 2S. 



The Property of the late Charles Lock Eastlake, Esq., 41, 
Leinster Square, Bayswater, W. 

PORTRAITS, 
loi Lady, in rich red dress with large puff sleeves, panel— 17 X isi (Pai'sons), 
£37 i6s. 



304 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

102 Clouet (style of), Frangois I, ia red slashed dress, panel — 18 X 14 (Renton), 

£ri IIS. 

103 Clouet (style of), Henri, son of Francois I ; Edward VI ; and Head of Rem- 

brandt, a reproduction after Rembrandt, panel (Amor), ;f 18 i8s. 

104 Dobson, W., Gent'eman, in dark coat with white linen collar — 21 X i7f 

(Gooden & Fox), £10 los. 

105 Dutch School. Head of a lady, wearing a white linen collar, and pearl ear- 

rings, panel — 15 X 12} (Gooden & Fox), £15 15s. 

106 Early English School. Young gentleman, in dark green coat, with yellow vest 

28J X 23J (Amor), £16 i6s. 

107 Francia, Vangelista Scappi, in black gown and black cap, landscape background 

20J X 16J (Gooden & Fox), £110 5s. 

108 German School (style of). Lady, in grey and green dress, with red cap, panel — 

16 X 12J (Rutley), £24 3s. 

109 Gheeraerts, M. (style of), Gentleman, in dark green dress and hat, wearing the 

Order of the Garter, panel— iSJ X 14 (Parsons), £31. 

no HiUiard (style of), Anna Harman, in rich black and yellow dress, with lace- 
collar, panel — 16J X 13^ (Smith), £32 iis. 

in Holbein (School of). Portrait of a banker, panel — 12 X gl (Corneau), £31 los 

112 Holbein (style of), Duke of Somerset, in brown dress, with scarlet cap and 

white feather, panel — 9 X 7i (Corneau), £10 los. 

113 Janet (style of), Young man, in brown coat, holding his gloves, panel — 9J X 7f 

(Corneau), £r8 i8s. 

114 Kneller, Sir G., Lady, in green dress and crimson scarf, oval— 29 X 24 (Allen), 

£10 lOS. 

115 Kneller, Sir G., Youth, in scarlet coat — 26i X 20^ (Huggins), £28 7s. 

116 Matsys, Q. (style of), Bernard KnipperdoUing, in a clerical gown, a book before 

him, panel — 21 X 15 (Renton), £29 8s. 

117 More, Sir A. (style of), Philip II cf Spain, in black doublet trimmed with narrow 

white fur, panel — 20 X 14J (Renton), £18 i8s. 

118 Moreelse, P., Lady in black dress, with deep linen collar edged with lace and 

lace cap, panel — 22 X 18J (Woodruffe), £37 i6s. 

119 Romney (style of). Lady, in white dress — 25J X 2ii (Renton), £11 iis. 

120 Sustermans, J., Cosmo II, Grand Duke of Tuscany, in black doublet vnth red 

sleeves, and large white ruff ; wearing gold chain with Maltese Cross — 
27i X 2t| (Leger), £21. 

121 Troost, C, Lady, in blue dress, with white fichu and cap, seated, resting her left 

arm on a table — -14 X rij (Amor), £25 4s. 

122 Van Dyrk School (style of). Lady, in rich black dress ; and Lady Arabella 

Stuart, in richly jewelled dress (Allen), £31 los. 



PICTURES. 

Balen, H. van, Courtship — 23J X i7| (Mallmann), £18 i8s. 

Balen, H. van, and Breughel, Madonna and Child, with infant angels, panel — 

i8i X 24i (Halfield), £18 i8s. 
Bassano, J. (after), Christ in the house of Martha, on copper — 13^ X i7i 

(Routh),£3 13s. 6d. 
Belgian School. Lady and her two daughters, in an apartment, panel — 

20J X 16J (Amor), £16 i6s. 
Bissolo, P. F., Holy Family, vrith saints, panel — 25 X 35 (Richter), £84. 
Bolognese School. Head of Saint Cecilia, panel, circular — 9 ins. diam. (H. L. 

Rutloy), £21. 
Catena, Holy Famil)', with Saint Catherine — 20J X 28 (Ambrose), £23 2s. 



March 23, 1912. 305 

130 Cujrp, A., Landscape, with two peasants, some sheep and a goat, panel — 

23 X igi (Gooden & Fox), £262 los. 

131 Cuyp, A., Market figures : Woman, in blue dress and straw hat, carrying a fowl 

in a basket ; and man, in black coat and hat, holding a goose under his arm , 
a pair, panel — 12 X loj (Parsons), ^^33 12s. 
t32 Deveria, A., Visit to the old shepherd — from a Breton legend — 15J X i2i 
(Madeleine), £b 6s. 

133 Florentine School. The resurrection — 1\\ X 10 (Hughes), £29 8s. 

134 Fogolino, M., Madonna and Child, panel — 23i X 184 (Sabin), £31 los. 

135 French School. A betrothal ; Gentleman, in white doublet and black velvet 

surcoat, with a lady, in a long black mantle, holding a heart — 6J X 4 
(Parsons), p iSs. 6d. 

136 Italian School. Hunting scene, with figures, possibly intended to represent 

Amata, wife of Latinus, King of Latium, with her daughter Lavinia, the 
two Tyrrheidae, and Tumus (^neid, VII 385-865). Inscribed " RSV. 
1495." panel — 36 X 58 (Nicholson), £78 15s. 

137 Italian School. An ecclesiastical choir : Interior of a chapel, with priest, 

friars and surpliced choristers singing, panel — 16J X 28J (Webb), £36 15s. 

138 Italian School (style of). Saint George of Cappadocia ; eind Saint Proculus 

of Bologna, a pair, panel — 13! X gj (Webb), ;f24 3s. 

139 Luini, B., Saint John the Baptist, in amber-coloured garment and crimson 

mantle, panel — 16^ x 14 (Nicholson), ;fi4 14s. 

140 Luini, B., Salome, panel — 17J X 24 (Nicholson), {^zd 5s. 

141 Meulen, A. F. van der. Equestrian portrait — 24i X i7i (Wall), £57 15s. 

142 Menico, Sano de Pietro di. Madonna and Child, with saints, panel — 21J X 16J 

(Gooden & Fox), £60 i8s. 

143 Terburg, G. (after). Lady washing her hands, panel — 17J X 14 (Gooden & Fox), 

£57 15s. 

144 Velasquez (after), Infanta Marguerite, daughter of Philip IV, in black, white 

and pink dress — \y\ X 14^ (Shaw), £4 4s. 

145 Veronese, P., Flora, as a winged figiure, in brown coloured robe — 27 X 49 

(Lippmann), £52 los. 



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3o6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March 25, 1912. Christie's. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Blake, W., Three figures struggling — 7J x iii (Carfax), £3$ 14s. 

2 Foster, Birket, Ha3rmaking — 4J x loj (Amor), £37 i6s. 

3 Leitch, W. L., 1873, Poggio and Bussano, near San Remo — 5 J X 8 J (Smith), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

4 & 5 Mason, G., A.R.A., Study for " The evening hjonn " ; and Shepherd- 

boy, charcoal, on blue paper. Moore, Albert, The ferry, sketch in pastel — 
13 X 5i (Leggatt), £5 5s. 

6 Pinwell, G. J., SaUy in our alley, a sketch — 7 X 9 (Leggatt), £2 2S. 

7 Pinwell, G. J., Fear, a sketch — 4J X 7 (Leggatt), £2 2s. 

8 PiQwell, G. J., Figure study— 5J X 8i (Scamell), £1 lis. 6d. 

9 Read, S., Antwerp Cathedral — 30 x 21J (Rutley), £2 12s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

10 Aiken, Duck-shooting— 12 X 15 (Pawsey & Payne), £5 15s. 6d. 

11 Boughton, G. H., R.A., Winter, panel— 8J X i2i (Shields), £1 iis. 6d. 

12 Coques, G., Duchess of Cleveland, in piak dress — 13J X io| (Glen), ;f8 18s. 6d. 

13 Cotes, Lady, in blue dress, oval — 13 X loj (Reid), £2 2s. 

14 Early English SchooL Boy, in green dress, with a whip, oval — 14^ X iij 

(Shaw), £3 3s. 

15 Florentine School. Saiat George, panel — 19 X isf (Wagner), £$ 13s. 6d. 

16 French School. Boar-hunt ; and Angel plajdng a harp, panel (Comeau), 

£15 15s. 

17 German School. Gentleman, in black dress ; landscape background, panel — 

24i X 20J (Arthiur), £17 17s. 

18 Greuze, Head of a girl, in green and white drapery — 17 x 14 (Shaw), £5 15s. 6d. 

19 Mola, P. F., Classical landscapes, with temples and figures, a pair, panel — 

I2i X i8| (CoUings), £4 4S. 

20 Peruzzi, Madonna and Child — 17J X iij (Comeau), £1 15s. 

21 & 22 Pinwell, G. J., In the fields, a sketch, panel — 5 J x 6. Pinwell, G. J., 

The flower-market, a sketch — jf x 4i (Lander), £2 12s. 6d. 

23 Venetian School. Head of a man, with dark cloak and white undershirt — 

17 X 14 (Comeau), £7 7s. 

24 Worrell, A. B. van, Woody landscape, with cottage, peasants and horseman, 

on copper — loj X 13 (CoUings), £3 3s. 

25 Zoffany, Woody landscape, with figures and sheep, on copper, oval — 17 X 22i 

(Reid), £2 I2S. 6d. 

DRAWINGS. 

26 Morland, Peasants round a table — 8 x 10} (Witt), £5 5s. 

27 Wheatley, Two girls with a bird's nest ; and The beggar boy, by R. Westall, 

R.A. (Ellis & Smith), £9 19s. 6d. 

28 Smith, Thoughts on matrimony ; and Thoughts on a single life, a pair, pastels, 

oval — i2i X 10 (Wylde), £15 15s. 

29 Peruzzi, B., Presentation of the Virgin, sepia, heightened with white — 16 x 24 

(W. Sabin), i8s. 

30 Robert, H., Gardens of a palace, red chalk — 9 X 14 (W. Sabin), £5 5s. 

31 Titian, Venus and Adonis, pen and ink; and Woody landscape, by C. M. 

Kniep, pencil (Alkend), 12s. 

32 Wheatley, F., R.A., Distributing alms — 15J x 24 (Manley), £42. 



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33 Dutch School. Sea pieces, with shipping, a pair, oval — 9 X^is (Gooden and 

Fox), £5 5s. 

34 Stry, J. vau. Landscape, with peasants and horses on a road — 12J X gf 

(Lawrence), ^16 i6s. 

35 Rowlandson, The studio ; and Architectural drawings, pen and sepia, three in 

one frame (Whales), £8 8s. 

PICTURES. 

36 Poelenburgh, Rocky landscape, with the Magdalen, on panel, oval — loj X 1+ 

(Whales), £1 us. 6d. 

37 Gainsborough, Landscape, with cottages, 6gures and animals — i/J x 32 

(Bell), £g gs. 

38 Swanevelt, Italian landscape, with figures — 21 x 26 (Moore), £2 2S. 

39 Dutch School. Soldiers in a guard-room, playing dice — 28J x 20^ (Linden), 

£15 15s. 

40 Milanese School. Madonna and Child, with Saint John and a saint, panel — ■ 

27i X igi (Ready), £6 6s. 

41 Early English School. Youth, seated in a landscape, holding a book — 

34 X 26 (Mickleson), £63. 

42 Velde, Van de, Sea piece, with men-of-war and boats — iij x 16 (Koos), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

43 Ruysdael, Landscape, with horseman ; and River scene, with boat, panel 

(Wise), £3 13s. 6d. 

44 Muller, P., Sea piece, with sailing-boats in a breeze, panel — iii X 16* (Grace), 

£14 14s. 

45 Francks, F., The Israelites leaving Egypt, signed, and dated 1640, panel, 

octagonal — 33 X 33 (Deforde), £19 19s. 

46 Gainsborough, Woody landscape, vnth peasants and animals near a pool — 

25 i X 35 (Elton), £6 6s. 

47 Snyders, Paroquet and fruit — 18 x 18 (Cohen), £3 3s. 

48 Early English School. Gentleman, in blue coat and vest, with white stock — 

29 X 24 (Cohen), £2 2S. 

49 Dutch School. Gentleman, in black dress with white ru£f, holding a coin, panel 

24} X 20 (Rcid), £1 IIS. 6d. 

50 Italian School. Nymph, holding a goblet, panel — 41 X 29^ (Mace), £6 6s. 

51 Dutch School. Da%'in Penshorn, in fur robes with white ruff, on panel — 

29J X 23J (Joseph), £44 2S. 

52 Early English School. Lady, in blue dress, resting her right elbow on a table — 

29 X 24 (Ellis), £16 i6s. 

53 Janssens, Gentleman, in red slashed dress, and Cavalier, in red coat, holding a 

flower (Martins), £g 9s. 

54 Hogarth, Gentleman, in yellow coat and black cap ; and Head of a gentleman, 

with white lawn collar, panel — (Lacey), £14 14s. 

55 Liotard, J. E., Girl, in brown dress, holding a piece of music — 29 X 24^ 

(Defordt), £21. 

56 Early German School. Adoration of the Magi, panel — 21 X 17I (Arthur), 

£54 12S. 

57 Baptiste, Vase of flowers — 23^ X 17I (Collings), £9 19s. 6d. 

58 Pourbus, Henry IV, standing by a table — 15 X 10 (Leger), £3 3s. 

59 French School, Garden scene, with ladies and gentlemen at a table — 16J X 13 

(Bale), £7 7S. 

60 Fontaine, Swebach de, A promenade, with numerous figures, church in back- 

ground — 14 X 19 (Miller), £50 8s. 

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3o8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



6i Heemskirk E. van, Village dentist, panel ; and Village scene, with figures and 
animals, by Breughel, on copper (West), £7 7s. 

62 Dutch School. Lady, in black dress, with white ruff and cap ; and Old woman, 

weighing gold, panel (Defordt), £14 14s. 

63 Zucchero School. Head of Queen Elizabeth, panel — 15 X iij (Wells), 

£3 I2S. 6d. 

64 Marieschi, Views in Venice, with gondolas and figures, a pair- — 10 X i6§ 

(Legei), £10 los. 

65 Flemish School. Death of Lucrece, panel — 28^ X 22! (Leger), £19 19s. 

66 Canaletto School. Piazza of St. Mark's, Venice, with nuraferous figures — 

33i X 56J (Corneau), £50 8s. 

67 Both, Duke of Marlborough at the Battle of Blenheim — 56 X 42 (Gresley), 

jfrg 19s. 

68 Velasquez, Queen Mariana — 31^ X 23 (Smith), £57 15s. 

69 Flemish School. Emperor Charles V, in armour, carrying a sword and orb, 

panel — 34 X loj (Arthur), £10 los. 

70 Cocques, G., Portrait of the artist, panel ; and a Lady, on copper, oval (Pellatt). 

£i7 T7S. 

71 Lancret School. Fete Champetre — 23^^ X 41 (White), £13 13s. 

72 Early British School. Mrs. J. Hogg, i,nee Fraser) in black dress, with brown 

shawl and white head-dress — 35 x 27J (Muir), £5 5s. 

73 Lely, Lord Montague, in mauve and brown dress, red curtain, and landscape 

background — joj X 40 (Defordt), £13 13s. 

74 Holbein School. Mary Queen of Scots, in dark dress and black cap, holding a 

prayer-book, panel — 35 x 24J (Graves), £9 gs. 

75 Kalraat, B. van, Buildings on a quay, with shipping and numerous figures — 

34} X 46 (Wagner), £8 8s. 

76 Kneller, Lady, in red dress and blue scarf, oval — 29^ X 24J (Woolf), 

£4143. 6d. 

77 Barker, B. (of Bath), Woodman, with dog — 50 X 40 (Justice), £3 13s. 6d. 

78 Hogarth, Sir Robert Walpole, first Earl of Orford, in brown coat, wearing 

the Riband and Order of the Garter, oval — 29J X 25 (Gresley), £10 los. 

79 Dyck, van, Head of an old man — 15J x 13J (CoUings), £2 2S. 

80 \'annini. Marriage triumph of Ari.idne — 31 X 38* (Grose), £8 8s. 

81 Pannini School. A palace, with niunerous figures — 32 X 27 (Cohen), £5 15s. 6d. 

82 Italian School. Venus, Cupid and other figures, oval ; and a River scene, with 

bridge and boat (Goodwin), £9 qs. 

83 Hogarth, W. (after), Modern midnight conversation ; and Coast scene, with 

fisher-folk, after W. Shayer, sen. (Goodwin), £14 14s. 

84 Haier, J., 1874, The monk's repast — 33 x 38* (Schroeder), £3 3s. 

85 Ulmann, C. (of Stockholm), 1862, Morning, and evening : Woody river scenes, 

a pair — 29 X 47i (Davey), £3 los. 

86 Heem, de, Bunch of grapes — 18J x 15J (Cohen)j £4 14.S. 6d. 

87 Early English School. Boy, in brown dress, holding a battledore and shuttle- 

cock, unframed — 2gJ X 24J- (Kennedy), los. 6d. 

88 Lancret, Lovers by a fountain--i9 X 15} (White), £3 13s. 6d. 

89 Haensbergen, Lady, in blue and white dress, seated by a table — 20 X 16J 

(Witt), £5 5s. 

90 de Wilde, S., Samuel Thomas Russell, as " Jerry Sneak" — 2oi X 14! (Veu- 

lett), £2 2S. 

91 Early English School. Thomas Cockburn, Esq., of Rochester, in brown coat, 

with Vv'hite cravat ; and his wife {nee Agnes Scott), in grey dress, with black 
cape and white cap, a pair — z'ji X 24J (Leger), £9 gs. 



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92 Early English School. William Ross, Esq., of Shandwick, in blue coat and 

buff vest — 29 X 24* (Moore), £5 5s. 

93 Frain, R., Mrs. Hood (nee Janet Anne Lowe), in black dress, with yellow 

scarf— 35 X 29J (Yeulett), £2 15s. 

94 Giordano, Mars, Venus and Cupids— 41 J X 63^ (Moore), £3 13s. 6d. 

95 Vernet, J ., Shipwreck on the coast : and Bay scene, with boats and figures 

(Gooden & Fox), £7 7s. 

96 Greuze School. Head of a man, with brown coat and black cap — 23 X iSJ 

(Yeulett), £2 2s. 

97 Kneller, Gentleman, ia brown dress, with flowing wig — 49 X 37J (Landstein), 

£3 3s. 

98 Hoat, G., Battle piece— 41 X 54^ (Yeulett), £2 12s. 6d. 

99 Early English School. Lady, in blue dress with white fichu, oval — 12J X loi 

(Landstein), £i is. 

100 Early English School. Youth, in green coat with white collar- — 23J X i7i 

(Carfax), £15 15s. 

101 Lievens, Jan, Head of a saint, with long beard, panel — 24! X 19 (Grilles), 

£15 15s. 

102 Adriaensscn, Interior of a larder, with figures, dead birds, etc. — 40^ X 66i 

(Dixon), £4. 4s. 

103 Smirke, R., R.A., Theatrical subjects, a pair — 17 X i4i (Mace), £3 13s. 6d. 

104 Ferg, Landscapes and river scenes, with carts and figures, a set of four panel — 

6i X 8J (Yeulett), £10 los. 

105 Early English School. Head of a gentleman, with brown coat and white stock, 

17 X 14 (Justice), £1 IIS. 6d. 

106 Hogarth, Morning : Covent Garden market — 29 X 24J (Lacey), £7 7s. 

107 Hogarth School. Discord — 27 X 35i (Ewell), £9 9s. 

108 Ryckaert, D., Peasant family, panel — 26J X 22J (Yeulett), £1 iis. 6d. 

109 Droogsloot, J. C, Army marching through a village — 34J X 42 (Wells), £12 12s. 
no Zuccarelli, F., R.A., Landscape, with peasants and animals by a fountain — 

30 X 4oi (Bale), £15 15s. 
Ill Morland, Road scenes, with buildings, figures and animals, a pair — 5J X 7i 

(Morton), £3 13s. 6d. 
■112 Morland, Sliding — 24 X 34J (Wilde), £21. 

113 Coypel, Orpheus, Eurydice and Cupid — 31 X 392- (Wilde), £5 15s. 6d. 

114 Wouverman School. Cavalry skirmish — iij X i9i (Yeulett), £3 3s. 

115 Teniers School. Money-changers, panel — 12^ X 9J (Hughes), £8 8s. 

116 Cuyp, Cavalier on horseback, with dog, in a landscape, panel — gf X 7i 

(Buck), £14 14s. 

117 German School. Lady, in flowered dress, seated, holding a fan — 45 X 31! 

(Leggatt), £31 los. 

118 Jamesone, Gentleman, in armour, with white lace ruff, wearing the Riband of 

the Garter, panel — 26 X 20 (Leggatt), £71 8s. 

119 Highmore, J., Lady, in blue dress ; and Gentleman, in grey dress, with hat 

under his arm, a pair — 29J X 24^ (Dyer), £32 iis. 

120 Nasmyth, Landscape, with cottage near a lake, panel — 6J X gi (Hope), 

£6 6s. 

121 Romney School. Miss Price, in white dress with pink sash, carryingher straw 

hat in her hand, a dog by her side — 50 X 39 (S. T. Smith), £50 8s. 

122 Van Dyck School. Cardinal Bentivoglio, in a chair — 11 J x 7 (Musgrave), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

123 Van Dyck, Sir A., Charles II, when a boy ; and Princess Mary, when young, 

a pair, in grisaille, panel — 8 X 6J (Wright), £16 i6s. 



3IO ART PRICES CURRENT. 

124 Carracci, A., Christ's charge to Saint Peter — 39 X 52* (Cohen), £37 i6s. 

125 Etty, W., R.A., Mars in his tent — 20 X 26^ (Sackville Gallery), £3 3s. 

X26 Jackson, J., R.A., Antonio Canova, the sculptor, iu black dress, seated, holding. 
a scroll — 4.7 X 36J (Shepherd), £16 i6s. 

127 Jackson, J., R.A., H. Bone, R.A., the enameller, in black dress — 29 X 24J 

(Sackville Gallery), £5 5s. 

128 Lance, G., The broken chain— 24J X 29^ (Willis), £3 13s. 6d. 

129 Raffaelle, Holy Family, with Saint John— 25i X iSJ (Raid), £6 i5s. 6d. 

130 Van Dyck, Madonna and Child in glory, with two angels — 57J X 53 (Nicholson), 

£■131 5s. 

131 Dahl, M., Viscount Torrington, in grey dress, with a globe — 37 X 29J (Justice), 

£10 lOS. 

132 Dutch School. Peter the Great, panel — 20 X 14* (Bates), £18 i8s. 

133 Houghton, M., Dead grouse, panel — 29 X 22 (S. T. Smith), £5 5s. 

134 Dellon, R., The artist, in grey coat, oval — 29 X 24 (James), £7 7s. 

135 Early English School. Captain Peacock, in brown coat and red vest — 

28J X 24 (Jackson), £7 7s. 

136 Ralph, J., Young girl in white dress, with dog — 24 X 20J (Pollock), £2 I2S. 6d. 

137 Early English School. Lady, in black dress with ermine, oval — 28 X 24 

(Weekes), £6 i6s. 6d. 

138 Koning, L. de. Landscape, with a mill, peasants and cattle, panel — iif X 16 

(Cohen), £17 17s. 

139 Zucchero (style of). Lady, m rich dress, with lace collar, panel — 22^ X i6 

(Erhardt), £24 3s. 



Mafch 25, 191 2. 311 



March 25th, 19 12. Sotheby's. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

141 Israel van Meckenem, Saints adoring the Virgin (48), damaged (Reader), 14s. 

142 St. Barbara (122), from the Azozarena collection (Reader), £1 i8s. 

143 Meryon, C. " La Morgue " (W. 20), second state (H. Hyam), £2 4s. 

144 Hon. George Venables Vernon, by J. Dean, after Gainsborough, in colours 

(Langton), £1. 

145 Cosway, R., Madame Recamier, by A. Cardon, in colours (RimeU), £1.1. 

Framed. 

146 The grand stand. Goodwood, by C. Hunt, aquatint, in colours, varnished 

(M0I2), £2. 

147 The child restored to his family by the Newfovmdland dog, by R. Earlom, 

after Eckstein, in colours (Rayner), £t,. 

148 Queen Elizabeth consulting the Earl of Essex and Charles Lord Howard, by 

F. Bartolozzi, after G. G. Venetus ; and Lord Damley with Lord Ruthven 
and George Douglas entering the apartments of Marj- Queen of Scots, by 
and after the same (Leverson), £1 los. 

150 Louis de la Tour d'Auvergne Comte d'Evreux, by G. F. Schmidt, after H. 

Rigaud (Daniell), £1 12s. 

151 Francois de Neufville, Due de Villeroy et de Beaupreau, by EdeUnck, aiter 

H. Rigaud (Quaritch), £3 8s. 

MODERN ETCHINGS, ETC. 
154 Haig, Axel, Interior of Barcelona Cathedral ; and Goslar, both signed (Priestley), 
£i- 

158 Thaulau, Fritz, Steamer in a gale, coloured etching ; and W. L. Wylie : Chain 

pier at Brighton, etching, both signed (Dighton), £2 14s. 

159 Wylie, W. L., Etching of The Pool, signed : and The battle of Trafalgar (Dun- 

thome), £4 4s. 
164 Ferry on the Loch, by Stanley C. Pratt, after J. Farquharson, signed artisfs 
proof (Strathmore), £i 5s. 



312 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March, 25, 26 and 27, 1912. Sotheby's. 

JAPANESE COLOUR PRINTS. 

The Property of James Orange, Esq. (late of Hong 
Kong), and Dr. T. C. Thornicraft (of Kobe, Japan). 

4 Masanobu, Okumura, Ichikawa Tosaburo, in male character, standing beside 

a horse ; Hoso-ye ; Urushi-ye ; signed (E. Wilson), £3 los. 

TOSHINOBU (Okumura), c. 1720-1763. 

5 Yoshitsune serenading Joruri Hime ; Hoso-ye ; Urushi-ye ; signed (Hahii), 

£1 14s. 

HARUNOBU (Suzuki), 1703-1770. 

6 A tea-honse waitress beside the Torii of a temple ; Hoso-ye ; signed (Haha), 

£4 5s. 

7 The Hagi Tarnagawa : A girl leading a horse through the stream and a young 

Samurai riding, talking to her ; large size, almost square ; with poem above ; 
one of a set of " The Six Tama Rivers " ; signed (E. Wilson), £14 los. 

8 A Messenger from the gods : A crane with something in its mouth flying in 

front of a red sun ; large size, almost square ; without title or text ; signed 
(Craven-Moore), £5. 

9 A group of cranes ; large size, almost square ; with a poem in the sky ; signed 

Harunoba (Hahn), £9. 

10 A snow scene : The bank 01 a river with half of an empty boat ; large size, 

almost square ; without title or text ; signed (Hahn), £2 los. 

11 Yehon Haru no Nishitd, " Brocade pictures of Spring time " ; (unsigned) 

(Hahn), £3 12s. 

KIYONAGA (ToRii), 1752-1814. 

13 A tiger beside a waterfall and a bamboo ; Hoso-ye ; in yellow and pink ; 

signed Kiyonaga (Hahn), £3 7s. 6d. 

14 Wakc-iji Zangetsu, " The waning moon, two roads — An Oiran, with a Shinzo 

and Kamuro, standing outside a house ; small size, almost square ; one of a 
set Furyu Yoshiwara Hakkei, " Eight refined views of the Yoshi;vara" ; 
signed (Tregaskis), £1 los. 
13 Sensu Seiran, " Clearing weather. The fan." A little woman seated, with an 
open fan, another woman, standing, and a boy fishing with a net ; medium 
size, almost square ; one of a set Zashiki Hakkei, " Eight views of private 
gardens " ; signed (E. Wilson), £5 5s. 

16 Two ladies with a female servant and a yomig girl ; full size, upright ; signed 

(Stock), £1 r2S. 

17 Hashirakake : The letter-reading scene from the Chiushingura ; signed (Ellison) 

£3 los. 

18 Hashirakake : The letter-reading scene. Another version ; signed (Edinger), 

£4 i8s. 

19 Hashirakake : New Year sport ; a woman playing battledore and shuttlecock 

beside the Kadomatsu ; signed (Anderson), £2. 



March 25, 26 and 27, 1912. 313 

SHUNCHO (Katsugawa), worked c. 1770-1790. 

23 Theatrical Duo : Sawamura Sojuro, as Asahina Saburo, pulling at the Obi 
of Segawa Kikunojo, as a vvomaa, in imitation of the breaking of Soga no 
Goro's skirt of armour ; full-size, upright ; signed Shuncho, sealed Churin 
(C. Moore), £2 12s. 

24. Interior of the ladies' apartments in a noblemen's Yashiki ; two sheets ot a 
triptych ; full-size upright ; signed ; sealed Churin (Perry), £2 10s. 

25 Hashirakake : Cherry viewing at Gotenyama ; signed (Webster), £1 i8s. 

46 Hashirakake : Cherry viewing at Gotenyama ; sealed Churin (E. Wilson), 
£3 3S. 

27 Hashirakake : A caUgraphic treasure ; a girl standing holding up a kakemono 

with some artistic writing on it ; unsigned (Hahn), £2. 

SHUNZAN (Katsugawa), worked c. 1776-1810. 

28 Tsuru-no-o of Tsuru-ya, arranging chrysanthemums for a vase ; medium 

size, almost square ; signed (Perry), £i. 

29 Kiseigawa of Matsuba-ya on parade ; in four colours, without background ; 

medium size, almost square ; signed (Tregaskis), £4 los. 

30 Evening cooUng on the bank of the Sutnida river ; triptych; full-size upright ; 

signed (— ), £5. 

SHUNMAN (KuBo) and MASANOBU (Kitao). 

31 Long Surimono : Pilgrims to Ise (Hahn), £3 7s. 6d. 

MASANOBU (KiTAO), 1761-1816. 

32 Seiro Meikun Jihitsu shu, " Celebrated women of the tea-houses and their 

handwTiting " ; one double-page illustration ; full-size upright ; signed ; 
pubUshed about 1780 (E. Wilson), £3. 

33 Yoshiwara Shin Bijin Awase Jihitsu Kagami : " A mirror of the beauties of the 

New Yoshiwara and their handwritings compared " ; one double-page 
illustration ; full-size upright ; unsigned ; published in 1782. (The above 
items are from the two most beautiful books ever produced in Japan 
(Mawson), £2. 

SHIGEMASA (Kitao), 1738-1819. 

34 Yoritomo at Akanuma ga hara : The left and centre sheets of a triptych ; 

full-size upright ; unsigned (Hellyar), £i. 

35 A fan print : A pair of Mandarin ducks, emblems of conjugal feUcity ; signed 

(Strange), i8s. 

UTAMARO (Kitagawa), 1754-1806. 

36 Four black and white prints : Peach blossom and Suisen in vases ; Iris in a flat 

dish ; Cherry blossom in a two-handled bronze vase ; and a Carp and pine 
needles on a swirl of water ; all small size ; signed (Perry), £1. 

37 Urashinia, the fisher of Ejima, after his return from the Princess Otohime ; 

medium size, upright ; signed (Hahn), £2 2S. 

38 The Koya Tamagawa : Two women beside the stream ; medium size, upright ; 

one of a set Furyu Roku Tamagawa ; signed (Punnett), £1 i8s. 

39 The Ide Tamagawa : A lady wading between two maids ; full size, upright ; 

from another set of Furyu Roku Tamagawa : signed (Bluett), £1 i8s. 

43 Picking Persimmon ; triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed (Simms), £3 los. 

44 A hawking party ; triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed (Harvey), £5 los. 



314 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

45 Cherry viewing at Gotenyama ; triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed and dated 

1804 (Bluett), ]f3 los. 

46 Tosei Kodoino Rok'kasen : " Children of the present day as The Six Poets " ; 

full-size, upright ; signed (Ellison), £1 12s. 

KIKUMARO (Kitagawa), worked c. 1789-1829. 

48 Hana.ogi of Ogi-ya : Three-quarter length portrait ; medium size, upright ; 
signed (Perry), £z 6s. 

50 Gei Tsukushi Mitate Takarabune : " A selected series of the Polite Accomplish- 

ments ; The treasure ship " ; right and left sheets of a triptych ; full-size, 
upright ; signed (Edinger), £1 12s. 

51 Tatsuta gawa Momiji Nishiki-ye : " Maple brocades on the Tatsuta river " ; 

triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed and dated 180S (Perry), £1 14s. 

RYUKOKU (Shunkyosai), c. iSoo. 

55 Imayo Sekigwa Asobi : " Drawing amusement, present style " ; triptych ; 
full-size, upright ; signed (Trcgaskis), £4 2S. 6d. 

BUNRO (Tamagawa), c. 1805. 

5? Going hawking : A young man and a girl, with hawks on their hands ; medium 
size, upright ; signed (Hahn), £1 14s. 

HISANOBU (Hyakusai), c. 1800. 

59 Hashirakake ; Koraurasaki and Gompachi, both with basket hats and the 

Komoso's clarionet ; in three colours ; signed (Knoedler), £3. 

CHOKl (Yeishosai), c. 1773-1805. 

60 Half-length figure of an Oiran standing by a barred window ; full-size, upright ; 

signed (Bateson), £15. 

61 Hashirakake : Two tea-house girls, one nursing a dog, and the other holding 

a tea-cup stand ; signed (Shaw), £6. 

SHUCHO (Tamagawa), worked c. 1790-1800. 

62I The toilet : A woman nude to the waist, washing her neck ; full-size, upright, 
one of a series Furyu Keisho Kurabe : " A comparison of refiaed forms," 
signed (E. Wilson), £13. 

YEIRI (Rekisemtei), worked c. 1780-1810. 

64 The Kinuta Tamagawa : A woman outside a thatched cottage ; small size 

upright ; one of a set of " The six Tamagawa " ; signed (Hall), £1 is. 

65 The Koya Tamagawa : A woman in the doorway of a thatched cottage ; one 

of the same set as the foregoing. — Two women and a man imitating 
procession on the seashore ; small size, upright ; both signed (Wilson) 
£1 2S. 

TOYOKUNI (Utagawa), 1769-1825. 

66 Mu Tamagawa : A set of six gradation prints, slightly coloured ; each signed 

(Hahn), £1 5s. 

67 The Nuno Shirabi Tama River ; small size, almost square ; from a Tamagawa 

set ; signed ( — ) 

68 Shichi Fuku Jin : " The seven gods of good fortune," represented by women ; 

right-hand sheet of a triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed (Perry), £x. 



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69 Suyehiro-ya of Miyado : " The fan shop of Miyado " ; the right and centre 
sheets of a triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed (Perry), £1. 

71 Viewing Fuji ; pentaptych ; full-size, upright ; signed (Edinger), £8 los. 

72 The Nuno Shirabi Taraa River ; triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed (Ander- 

son), £4 lOS. 

74 The Iris garden, Horikiri ; triptych ; medium size, upright ; signed (Gibson), 

£1 I2S. 

75 Yakusha Juni Tsuki — Ume Yashiki : " The actors' twelve months — The plum 

garden " ; triptych (HeUyer), £1 is. 
78 The fifth month : A woman standing with loosened clothes ; full-size, upright ; 
signed (Oldfield), £1. 

KUNJSADA (Utagawa), 1785-1S64. 

.80 Futami ga Ura, two sheets of a triptych ; A group of five ladies on the beach ; 

full-size, upright ; signed and dated 1807 (Anderson), £1 2S. 
82 Yayoi Shimo no me Sakura : " Third month ; seeing the hoar frost on the 

cherry-blossom " ; triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed (MadeUne), £1. 
84 Yatsuhasbi of Nakamanji-ya : Blue print of a Courtezan on parade ; signed. — 

Toto Kameido Temmangu : View of the temple rising out of biUows of 

mist ; both full-size, upright ; signed (Gibson), £1 4s. 
86 Honcho Fukei Bijin Kurabe : " Beauties and Japanese scenery compared," 

Yoshino. — Yatsuhashi of Nakamanji-ya : A blue print of an Oiran on 

parade ; both full-size, upright ; signed (Tregaskis), £1 i6s. 
■93 Taiko Rokusaburo in the character of Oniwaka, the youthful Benkei, catching 

a huge fish in a waterfall ; full-size, upright ; signed and dated 1858 

(Edinger), £x 6s. 
■94 Chuyu Geshinrok : " The loyal retainers " ; complete set of twelve full-size 

oblong scenes of the Chiushingura ; each sheet signed (Tregaskis), £1 los. 
99 Kakemono-ye : A woman under a white spotted blue umbrella carrying some 

printed papers ; signed (Madeline), £1. 

HOKUSAI (KATSU.SH1KA), 1760-1849. 

■103 Jiloon on the Yodo river, with a part of Yodo Castle and its celebrated water 
wheel ; full-size, oblong ; one of the set Settsu Gekka ; signed (Hahn), 
£1 2S. 

104 Kabari no nagare : " The river of fly-hooks" ; a small-size oblong print ; 

one of a set Chi-e no Umi : " The ocean of a thousand ideas " ; signed 
(Hahn), £2 12s. 

105 Takaido Kanaya : Fuji seen from the ford at Kanaya ; full-size, oblong ; one 

of the " Thirty-six view of Fuji " ; signed (Shannon), £3 7s. 6d. 
<io6 Tokaido Yoshida • Fuji from a tea-house at Yoshida ; one of the " Thirty-six 

views of Fuji " ; signed (Gibson), £1 12s. 
107 Enoshima : A cluster of houses surrounded by green woods, and the pagoda 

of the shrine of Benten ; one of the " Thirty-six views of Fuji " ; signed 

(Shannon), £1. 
to8 Hakone Kosui : Fuji from tlie Lake of Hakone ; one of the " Thirty-six 

views of Fuji " ; signed (Hahn), £1. 
no Kiso. Amida no taki : "The Aniida fall (province of) Kiso " ; full-size, 

upright ; one of the " Waterfall " series ; signed (Hall), £2 2s. 
113 Yamashiro. Arashiyama, Togetsu Kyo : " The reflected bridge of the moon 

at Arashiyama in Yamashiro " ; full-size, oblong ; one of the " Famous 

Bridges " set ; signature cut off (Yamanaka), £1. 



3i6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

ii6 Echizen. Fukiu bashi : " Fukiu bridge (province of) Ecbizcn" ; one of the 
set of " Famous Bridges " ; signed (Shannon), £i 14s. 

117 Illustration of a poem by Minamoto no Muneyuki : Winter scene ; men warm- 

ing their hands round a log fire ; full-size, oblong ; one of the " Hundred 
Poets " series ; signed (Hall), £'4. 2s. 6d. 

118 Illustration of a poem by Bunya no Asayasu : Women in a boat gathering 

water-lilies ; full-size, oblong ; one of the " Hundred Poets " series ; signed 
(Punnett), £2 12s. 

YEISEN (Keisai), 1789-1851. 

121 Ryuko Ai Shitate : " Fashionable blue made up " ; triptych blue prmt ■' 
full-size, upright ; signed (Anderson), £1 los. 

123 Imayo Ongyoku, Matsu no ha : " Songs of the present day . The pine leaf " ; 
blue print of a woman standing by a garden lantern. — Hinaogi of Daiko- 
kuya : A blue print : the beauty on parade with her two Kamuro ; both 
full-size, upright ; signed (Gibson), £1 2s. 

125 Tosei go Bijin : " Five beauties of the present day " ; one sheet of a pentap- 
tych ; a blue print of a woman waUung under cherry trees in Naka No Cho. — 
Sugatano of Tama-ya seated and her Kauiuro before her with a love letter ; 
one of a set Hana Hakkei . " Eight flowers and views," with a small view 
inset ; a blue print ; both full-size, upright ; signed (Gibson), £1 is. 

131 Chrysanthemum flowers on a blue ground ; full-size, upright ; signed. — 
Chrysanthemum flowers and a butterfly ; printed in blue ; full-size, oblong ; 
unsigned. — Bamboo and full moon ; in graded black on a blue ground ; full- 
size, oblong ; signed (Bluett), £2 12s. 

133 Kakemono-ye : A woman in a blue Shikake and_ black hood, holding a closed 
umbrella ; signed (Tregaskis), £1 los. 

136 Kakemono-ye : Blue print of an Oiran on parade, her Shikake ornamented 
with carp going up and down a waterfall ; and another copy ; in colours ; 
both signed (Madeline), £1 is. 

KIYOTADA (ToRii), v/orked c. 1714-1739. 

172 Street scene, Yoshiwara : View through the great gate, up a street with anothe"^ 
gate at the far end, and Fuji rising in the distance, open houses on either 
hand, and groups of people in the centre ; in the foreground a Kamuro 
pulUng at a man, and a courtezan with her two Kamuro crossing the street ; 
an e.xtra large size print, 17 ins. high by 25J ins. wide, coloured by hand ; 
signed ; engraved by Sekine Shintaro ; pubUsher Urokogata-ya, c. 1720 
(E. Wilson), £80. 

KIYOHIRO (Tor;ii), 1708-1766. 

174 Kin Ki Sho Gwa : "The four accomplishments" ; two small oblong prints 

showing ladies employed at music, checkers, drawing and writing ; on one 
sheet ; signed (Hahn), £2 14s. 

TOYOMASA (Ishikawa), worked c. 1770-1780. 

175 Takasago : A group of five boys under a pine-tree playing the No of the spirits 

of the pine-trees of Takasago and Sumiyoshi ; medium size, almost square ; 
one of a set (Jtai Hachiban : " Eight operatic songs " ; signed (Hahn), 
£5 5s. 

KORiaSAI (Isuda), 1720-C. 1782. 

177 A cat with a grasshopper in its mouth ; large size, almost square, without title 
or text ; signed (Hahn), £7. 



March 25, 26 and 27, 1912. 317 

178 An eagle on a pine-branch ; medium size, almost square, without title or text ; 

signed (Yamanaka), £2 2s. 

179 Fishing scene : A girl in a boat flicking up a fish, a youth beside her with his 

line in the water, and a man baiting a hook ; small size, almost square ; 

one of a series Furj'u Ryaku Genji ! " A refined epitome of Genji " ; 

unsigned (James), £i 14s. 
r8o An Oiran seated on the floor beside her Tobako-bon ; medium size, almost 

square ; one of a series Furyu Ju-ni Ko ; signed (Hahn), £z i8s. 
i8i A Geisha going to an engagement, and a youth carrying her Samisen box ; 

large size, almost square ; one of a set Furyo Sumidagawa Hakkei, this 

being for " Clearing weather " ; signed (Hahn), £6 5s. 

182 Otomei, Rakugan : " Homing geese at Otoinei " ; medium size, almost 

square ; one of a set Furyu Genji Hakkei ; signed (James), £i los. 

183 Hashirakake : A young woman in a black shikake with an umbrella ; signed 

(luada), £3 5S. 

184 Hashirakake : Sugawara of Tsuru-ya walking along with her Kamuro in front 

of her ; signed (D. J. Scott), £1. 
183 Hashirakake : A young woman out walking, accompanied by her maid ; 
unsigned (Stock), £1 is. 

SHUNSHO (Katsucawa), 1724-1792. 

187 Okaru and Kampei, the two lovers standing hand in hand, full-length figures ; 

medium size, upright ; one of a series Geiko Yashiki Kyogen : " Dancing 
girls in indoor plays " ; signed (Hahn), £8 los. 

188 Chrysanthemum blossoms ; a narrow oblong print, signed Shunsho (E. Wilson), 

£7 5s. 

SHUNJO (Katsucawa), worked c. 17S0-1790. 

190 Yamashita Handayu in female character ; hoso-ye ; signed (Stock), £z los. 

SHUNSEN (Katsucawa), worked c. 1790. 

191 Matsumoto Koshiro as a young girl standing under a cherry-tree ; Hoso-ye ; 

unsigned. — A tea-house waitress, holding a fan ; Hoso-ye ; signed (Cappell), 
£1 6s. 
194. The Nunozarashi dance : A woman on high clogs dancing, with long strips 
of white Unen ; full-size, upright, on a pale yellow ground ; one of a series 
Oshi-ye Gata : " Pressed silk pictures " ; signed (Hahn), £3. 

KIYOMINE (ToRii), 1786-1868. 

205 New Year sport • A mother with a baby boy in her arms plaj-ing battledore 
and shuttlecock with a Uttle girl beside a Kadomatsu ; fuU-size, upright ; 
signed (Hahn), £5 5s. 

UTAMARO (Kitacawa), 1754-1806. 

209 The woman of good character ; full-size, upright ; one of the series Meisho 
Fukei Bijin Juni so : " Twelve physiognomies ot beautiful women " ; 
signed (H. W. Smith), £1 4s. 

212 The quiet wife : A half-length portrait of a woman threading a needle ; full- 

size, upright ; one of the same set as the foregoing : signed (Shannon), 

213 Furyu Ko-takara Awasc : " A refined comparison of precious children '" ; fuU- 

size, upright ; signed (Cappel), £1 4s. 



31 8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

216 An Oiran in parade costume, passing another seated on a bench ; full-size, 

upright ; without background ; signed (Cappel), £1 4s. 
218 Hashirakake : Hatsuseiji and Kasumi-no of Yebi-ya ; signed (Ellison), 

UTAMARO II, 1807-1835. 
220 Springtime : Two women and a young girl standing under a blossoming plumi- 

tree ; medium size, upright ; signed (Cappel), £1 3s. 
222 Tawamure Kane no mane : " The frolic of imitating a crab " ; an Oiran 

on a bench with her Obi undone ; full-size, upright ; one of a series Hyaku 

Seiziui. Haru no Ito Asobi : " A hundred singing birds. Spring silk 

amusement " ; signed (Tregaskis), £z los. 

YEISHI (Chobunsai), worked c. 1780-1805. 

231 Takanawa Kihan : " Returning boats at Takanawa " ; full-size, upright ; 

one of a set Meisho Sakazuki Awase : " Famous places compared with wine 

cups " ; signed (Punnett), £3. 
233 Large head bust portrait of a courtezan ; full-size, upright ; one of a series 

Fuzoku Yedo Murasaki : " Customs of the Yedo purple," a poetical name 

for courtezans ; signed (Shannon), £3 los. 

YEISHO (Ghokosai), c. 1800. 

236 Karauta of Choji-ya on parade passing to the right preceded by her two 

Kamuro ; full size, upright ; one of a set Wakana Hatsumoyo : " First 
dyed designs for spring grasses " ; unsigned (Madeline), £1 8s. 

YEISUI (ICJIlRAKUTEl), C. 1810. 

237 Kiseigawa of Matsuba-ya, a large head bust portrait ; full-size, upright ; 

signed (E. Wilson), £1 12s. 

YEIJU (Chotensai), c. 1810. 

: 239 Shitenno Go ban tsuzuki : " The four great retainers. The fifth of a series," 
Urabe Suetake ; full-size, upright ; signed (Hahn), £3. > 

TOYOHARU (Utagawa). 1733-1814. 

240 Ukiye Wakoku Keiseki Yedo Fukagawa Hachiman no zu : " Perspective 
views of Japan. Hachiman Temple at Fukagawa, Yedo " ; full-size, 
oblong ; signed (E. Wilson), £3. 

TOYOHIRO (Utagawa), 1775-1828. 

343 Fuji Gyoretsu : "A procession to Fuji" ; a set of 12 sheets of small size, 
numbered and complete ; signed (H. W. Smith), £\ 14s. 

TOYOKUNI (GosoTEi), 1774-1835- 
346 A tiger and bamboo, gradation black and white, tinted. — A Shishi in black and 
green kicking up its hind legs ; both medium size, upright ; signed (Yama- 
naka), £1 5s. 

KUNIYOSHI (Utagawa), 1797-1861. 

,249 The battle of Ujigawa ; triptych; full-size,- upright ; signed (Tregaskis), 

£i los. 
- 350 Two blue prints : A woman walking in a field by a river, and a woman walking 

along a high bank by a river ; underclothes showing red ; full-size, upright ; 

both signed (Bluett), £1 12s. 



March 25, 26 and 27, 1912. 319 

253 Hyakunin Isshu : " Single songs of one hundred poets " ; five of the series,,, 
each sheet bearing a translation of the poem illustrated ; full-size, upright 
(Bluett), £1 I2S. 

255 Suikoden : Five sheets of this series, each -with a figure of one of the hundred 

and eight Chinese heroes ; full-size, upright ; signed (Knight), £1 2S. 

256 Suikoden : Another four of the same series (Knight), £1 is. 

257 Opening of the Ryogoku Bridge ; triptych (Tregaskis), £5 15s. 

258 Hashirakake : Street tumblers ; two men performing on a ladder ; signed 

(Webster), £3 15s. 

HOKKEI (ToDOYA), worked c. 1800-1840. 

260 Naniwa House, Anryu Street, Osaka ; a Yoko-ye illustration from a book of 

poems privately printed, in surimono style ; signed (Tregaskis), £4 3s. 

TAITO (Katsushika), worked c. 1816-1853. 

261 An Oiran on parade in the costume of the Genroku period ; upright print, about 

Hoso-ye size ; signed. — A carp among water weeds, small square print : 
signed (Cappel), £1 is. 

YEIZAN (KiKUGAWA), worked c. 1800-1829. 
270 Toto Azuma bashi Gyoretsu : " Procession on Azuma Bridge, Yedo " ; pentap- 

tych ; full-size, upright ; unsigned (James), £5 12s. 6d. 
272 Shiokumi : " Drawing salt-water " ; triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed and 

dated i8o6 (Kato), £2 2s. 

SADAHIDE (Utag.wa), 1821-1867. 
286 Omi Hakkei : " Eight views of Omi " ; triptych ; the eight most celebrated 
^iews around I^ke Biwa ; full-size, upright ; one of a series Nihon Hakkei 
Tsukushi : " Eight views of Japan " ; signed (Tregaskis), £3 5s. 

HIROSHIGE (IcHiRYUSAi), 1796-1858. 
289 Eitai Bashi, Tsukudajima : View through the arch of Eitai Bridge, moonlit. — 
Ryogoku sumo, Eko-in : The Buddhist temple in Matsu-zaka cho. — 
Hatsune no baba, Bakuro cho : " The first race-course. Horse-dealer's 
street " (Tregaskis), £1 4s. 

299 Matsuchiyama, Yoru no Kel : " Night view, Matsuchiyama " : A geisha going 

home from an engagement. — Sumidagawa, Suijin no Mori : " The woods . 
of Suijin, Sumida river" (Tregaskis), £3 los. 

300 Masaki no hotori yori Suijin no Mori, Uchi-kawa Sekiya no Sato : " Masaki, 

from whence may be seen the woods of Suijin, the Uchi river, and the village 
of Sekiya." — Imado, Hashiba no Watashi : " Hashiba ferry at Imado." — • 
Yoshiwara Yo-ake : " Daybreak, Yoshiwara " (Tregaskis), £6. 
304 Akasaka Kiri-bata : " The Paulownia Tree uplands at Akasaka " (Tregaskis), 
£3. 

306 O Hashi no Yudachi : " Storm on the great bridge " ; a pelting rain obscuring 

the far bank of the Sumida river. — Ryogoku Kara Asakusa en Kei : " View 
of Asakusa from Ryogoku." — Asakusagawa, Shubi no Matsu, Omma ya 
Gashi : " Horse-ford, Pine-tree of Shubi, Asakusa river " (Gibson), £6 5s. 

307 Komagata Do, Azuma bashi : " Komagata Temple, Azuma Bridge."- — Hori- 

Kiri : View of the Iris garden seen through great blooms in the foreground. — 
Kameido Tenjin : Wistaria blooms in the foreground (Tregaslds), £2 16s. 
313 Shichu Tanabata : " The Town, Tanabata " ; General view of Yedo at the 
Weavers' Festival. — Dai Maru-ya Gofukuya : " The Mercer's shop of Dai 
Maru." — Kanda Koyamachi : "Dyer's Street, Kanda." (.\ckland), . 
£1 2S. 



320 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

319 Saruwaka cho, Yoru Shibai : "Theatres by night, Young Monkey Street" 

(Hahn), £4 los. 

320 Ukiji, Akiba n Keidai : " In the Garden of Akiba (Temple), Ukiji." — Moku- 

boji, Gozen no niwa : " The Park of Cozen, Mokuboji." — Niejiku no 
Watashi : " The ferry at Niejiku " (Tregaskis), £7. 

322 Konagi-gawa, Go hon Matsu : " The five-branch pine, Konagi river." — 

Ryogoku, Hanabi : " Fireworks, Ryogoku." — Asakusa, Kinryusan : Snow 
scene viewed through the Nio mon (Tregaslds), £2 6s. 

323 Yosliiwara, Nihon tsutsumi : " The Nihon embankment, Yoshiwara."- — 

Asakusa tampo, Tori no machi : " Festival of the Cock, Asakusa rice 
fields." — Minowa Kanasugi Mikawajima : A crane flying to its mate 
(Cruikshank), £8. 

325 Fukagawa, Ki-ba : " Wood place, Fukagawa " ; Snow scene on one of the 
canals. — Fukagawa, Susaki, Juman tsubo : "The Jumain Plain, Susaki, 
Fukagawa " ; Snow scene with an eagle (Hahn), £2 los. 

327 Meguro, Taiko hashi, Yuld no oka : " Hill of Snow, Drum. Bridge, Meguro." — 
Atagoshita Yabu Koji, a side street at Atagoshita. — Tora no mon, Soto 
Aoizaka : " The hilly road outside the Tiger gate '' ; Night scene (Cappel) 

YOSHITOSHI (Taiso), 1839-1892. 

333 Kakemono-ye : Mongaku rescued from the Fudo waterfall ; signed (Cappel), 
£1 4S. 

337 A.n albu-Ti containing forty-two Japanese Colour Prints, by Koriusai, Utamaro, 

Toyokuni, and many other artists ; in Japanese binding (Madeline), 
£1 14s. 

338 An album containing thirty-eight Japanese Colour Prints, by Utamaro, 

Shuncho, Yeishi, Yeiju, and others ; in Japanese binding (Aladeline), 
<f6 5S. 

339 An album containing forty-five Japanese Colour Prints, mainly by Tokokuni ; 

in Japanese binding (Simms), £1. 

340 An album containing forty-two Colour Prints, by Shunsho, Shunko, Shunzan 

Shigemasa, Utamaro, and others ; in Japanese binding (H. W. Simms), 
£1 4S. 



HIROSHIGE (IcHiRYUs.41), 1796-1858. 



343 New Year sunrise, Susaki : Snow scene ; full-size, oblong ; from the earliest 

set of Toto Meisho ; signed (Tregaskis), £1 12s. 
345 The ferry ; full size, oblong ; signed (Tregaslds), £i 2S. 
347 Yodo gawa : A great boat with a straw awning on the Yodo river ; full-size, 

oblong ; one of the set Kyoto Meisho ; signed (Gibson), £1 i6s. 

349 Gion no yashiro : Snow scene, three women turning to speak to another ; full- 

size, oblong ; one of the set Kyoto Meisho ; signed (Tregaskis), £2 16s. 

350 Golden pheasant and pines ; one of the large size panel prints ; signed (Tre- 

gaskis), £3 3s. 

351 Kingfisher and Hydrangea ; one of the large panel prints ; signed (Tregaskis), 

352 Egret and Iris ; one of the large panel prints ; signed (Tregaskis), £1. 

353 Swallows and red camelia in snow ; one of the large panel prints ; signed 

(Tregaskis), £2 i6s. 
355 -Swallows and weeping cherry ; one of the large panel prints ; signed (E. 
Wilson), £9 5s. 



March 25, 26 and 27, 1912. 321 

356 Red-crested crane and wake ; one of the large panel piints ; signed (Cappel), 

£2 8s. 

357 Oiso : Rain scene. The approach to a village ; signed (Cappel), £2 4s. 

358 Mishima in Izu : Mist scene in early morning ; signed (Ellison), £i 2s. 

359 Fuchu ; View of the Abe river being forded by a lady and two female servants ; 

signed (Madeline), £x is. 

362 Fujikawa : The entrance to the -vdllage with a Daimyo procession ; signed 

(Cappel), Cr is. 

363 Okazaki : View of the Ten Shin bridge over the Yahagi river ; signed (Tre- 

gaskis), /i. 

364 Shono ; The great rain-storm in the mountain range dividing Ise from Cmi 

and Iga ; signed (Trcgaskis), £3 17s. 6d. 

367 Tokaido Go-ju-san Eki : '" Fifty- three stations of the Tokaido " ; a set of 

fifty-four six-on-a-block miniature prints (the one for Miya missing) ; 
each signed, on six sheets (Metzgar), £3 3s. 

368 Sanoki half-blcck Tokaido ; a complete series of fifty-six prints, an extra 

view being alk)tted to Kyoto ; each signed, ou 28 sheets (Metzgar), £2 los. 

369 Tokiwa's flight through the snow : After the defeat and miurder of Minamoto 

no Yoshitomo ; full size, oblong ; one of the series Yoshitsune Ichi Dai 
Zuye : " Illustrated biography of Yoshitsune " ; signed (Gibson), £2 4s. 
373 Gyotoku, Kihan : " Returning boats at Gyotoku " ; fiill-size, oblong ; one of 
the set Yedo Kinko Hakkei ; signed (Cappel), £1 los. 

375 Wild geese, moon and clouds : medium-size panel, with the Baka or " Fool " 

seal ; signed (Cappel), £3. 

376 Wild geese, moon and clouds : another copy (Inada), £2. 

377 Kingfisher and Iris ; medium size panel ; signed (Tregaskis), £5 los. 

378 Onaka dori and Azalea ; m.ediiun-size panel ; signed (Tregaskis), £1 18s. 

379 A white-headed bird and Virgiriia creeper ; mediimi-size panel ; signed 

(Tregaskis), £1 12s. 

380 A blue bird and yellow flower ; medium-size panel ; signed (E. Wilson), 

£4 15s- 

381 A stork and wild flowers ; medium-size panel : signed (Kelly), £2 6s. 

382 Cuckoo and rain ; medium-size panel ; signed (Metzgar), £1 i6s. 

'383 Sparrow and bamboo; medium-size panel; signed (Tregaslds), £4 2S. 6d. 
385 Fan print, Ogi shape : Cuckoo and Iris ; signed (Gibson), £1. 

387 Fan print, Uchiwa shape : Seld cho, Asa mairu, " Seld street, going to worship 

in the morning " ; signed (Cappel), £1 i6s. 

388 Azimia no Mori : " Azuma woods " : one of a Surimono Yedo Meisho series ; 

oblong, 20 X 7i ; Hiroshige (Tregaskis), £2. 

389 Gyotoku Shio hama : " The salt beach of Gyotoku " ; one of a Surimono Yedo 

Meisho series ; sealed (Tregaskis), £8 15s. 

390 Kakemono-ye : Snow gorge on the Fuji river, the companion piece to the 

Monkey bridge by moonlight ; signed (Kelly), £7. 

KISOKAIDO ROKU-JU-KU TSUGI. 

■"'The Sixty-nine stations of the Kiso Road," the inland mountain route between 
Yedo and Kyoto ; a part of a set; some signed Yeisen, and others Hiroshige. 

391 Nihon Bashi Yuki no Akebono : " Snowy day-break, Nihon bridge " ; on the 

umbrella the publisher's name, Take-uchi ; signed Yiesen. No. i (Tre- 
gaskis), £1 5S. 

392 Nihon Bashi, another copy, same edition (Slade), £1. 



322 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

396 Urawa Shuku Asama yama Embo : " Distant view of Asama mountain from 

Urawa station " ; red seals Hoyeido and Take-uchi, and on the horse's 
belly-band Take ; signed Yeisen. No. 4 (Tregaslds), ^i is. 

397 Ageo shiku Kamo no Yashiro : " The Shinto temple of Kamo, Ageo Station " ; 

Take no uchi and Hoyeido, names of the publisher ; signed Keisai. No. 6 
(E. WUson), £1 IS. 

400 Odaii : View of a moor at the base of Mount Asama ; red seal Kinjudo for|lse 

Ire under the place name ; signed Hiroshige. No. 22 (Madeline), £1 6s. '1 

401 Nagakubo at the foot of Yatsu-ga-take ; red Kinjudo seal beside the place name 

and Ise Ire's trademark on the horse cloth ; signed Hiroshige. No. 28 
(Tregaskis), £3 los. 

402 Atsukawa : The front of a large inn, with travellets resting (Hallett), £1. 

403 Fukushima : View of the harrier and guard-house at the entrance to the town 

red Kinjudo seal by the place name ; signed Hiroshige. No. 38 (Punnett) 

£2 2S. 



404 Toto. Yedo bashi : " Yedo bridge, Yedo " ; full-size, oblong ; one of the 
series Nihon Minato Tsukushi : " The harbours of Japan " ; signed 
Hiroshige (Hallett), £1. 

406 landscape panel print : Matsuchiyama ; view of the hill, with the roofs of the 
temple dedicated to Kwangi Ten ; one of a two-on-a-block series, with 
publisher's sign of Yamaguchiya (Tobei) ; signed Hiroshige (E. Wilson),, 

408 Landscape panel prints : An undivided sheet, with four-on-a-block crosswise, 
from right to left, Takanawa, Shinobazu Pond, Gotenyama, and Yoshiwara 
Great Gate ; publisher's seal of Kawaguchi ; each signed Hiroshige 
(Tregaskis), £6 los. 



430 Kwa Cho panels : Sanderlings and waves ; Buncho and rose ; three-on-a-block 

size ; signed Hiroshige (Cappel), £2 4s. 

431 Kwa Cho panels : Onaka dori and Peach ; Buncho and Convolvulus ; three- 

on-a-block size ; signed Hiroshige (Cappel), £2 4s. 

432 Kwa Cho panels : Kingfisher and aquatic plants ; Small bird and poppy ; 

three-on-a-block size ; signed Hiroshige (Cardew), £1 12s. 

433 Kwa Cho panels : Peacock and peonies ; Sanderlings and waves ; three-on-a- 

block size ; signed Hiroshige (Strange), £1 is. 

434 Two panels : Chrysanthemums ; three-on-a-block size. — Wild geese and moon ; 

Tanjaka size ; both signed Hiroshige (Strange), £1 is. 

436 Tanjaku Kwa Cho : Blue bird and Yamabuki, Buncho and Plum, Swallow 

and Iris, Wild geese and moon, and Carp in a stream ; all signed Hiroshige 
(Cappel), £2 14s. 

437 Tanjaku Kwa Cho : Cuckoo and moon. Wagtail and Iris, Jay and Maple, and 

Kikyo flowers (Campanula) ; all signed Hiroshige (Strange), £1 12s. 
440 Toto Kyuseld Tsukushi : " A series of interesting things that happened long 
ago in Yedo." — Kanda, Otomaga ike no Koji : " Ancient history of the 
Otoma period at Kanda." — Takada Yama Yamabuki no sato Koji : 
" Ancient history of the Yamabuld village at Takada mount." — Kasumi ga 
seki no Kozu : " Ancient view of the Kasumi barrier." — Sumidagawa 
Miyako dori no Koji : " Ancient history of the Miyako birds of the Sumid.i 
river " ; all full-size, upright signed Hiroshige (Madeline), £6 6s. 



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441 Horikiri no Hana Ayame : " Iris garden of Horikiri " ; triptych ; full-size. 

upright ; signed Hiroshige, and dated 1852 ; one of a Toto Meisho series 
(Madeline), £1 12s. 

442 Oko Uwanari uchi no zu : " Ancient custom of beating a second wife " ; 

triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed Hiroshige, and dated 1852 (Tregaskis), 
£1 2S. 

443 Ryogoku natsu no Yu Kei : "A summer evening view, Ryogoku " ; triptych ; 

full-size, upright ; signed Hiroshige, and dated 1853 (Lapidger), £x is. 
445 Shinshu Sarashina Tagoto no tsuki : " Rice-field moons, Sarashina (province 
of) Shinshu " ; triptych ; full-size, upright ; signed Hiroshige, and dated 
1853 (Donoghue), £i 2S. 

448 Awa no Nanito : " The whirlpool of Awa " ; triptych (Anderson), /8. 

449 Furyu Genji Awase : " Refined Genji comparisons." — Tago no Ura Fukei : 

" View of the sea coast of Tago " ; triptych : the figures in the right panel by 
Kunisada ; the landscape signed Hiroshige, and dated 1857 (Madeline), 
£1 4S. 

SURIMONO. 

468 Shinsai, Spring : A lady walking in the country with a page boy. — The drum 

bridge, Kameido. — A small cabinet, and a picture of Enoshima leaning 

against it ; ail signed Shinsai (Ward), jfi 5s. 
470 Gakutei, Sugawara Michizane seated with writing materials, and another 

literary man holding a set of books ; one of Sugawara San seki, a set of 

three. — Portraits of four poets. — A Chinese ofiicial giving fruit to two 

monkeys. — Two attendants of a Kuge beside a bullock-cart ; all signed 

Gakutei (Tregaskis), ^i 8s. 
474 Yeisen, A woman seated, holding a tanjaku, before a vase of willow ; imsigned. 

— A woman weaving, imsigned. — Asiikayama at the cherry-blossom time ; 

signed Keisai (Barrow), £2 2S. 
478 Shigenaga : Yehon Yedo Miage, " Yedo pictures to look at," 3 vols, in i, first 

edition, without date ; 66 pages of illustrations and text, with translations 

of text between the pages (Metzgar), £i is. 
480 SeWyen : Sekiyeo Gwafu, " Sekiyen's drawings," Vol. I out of a set of two, 

Yedo, 1772 ; 12 large double-page illustrations in colours by Sekiyeu, 

assisted by his pupils, Shiko, Sekicho and Guescha (Edinger), £1. 
482 Shigemasa : Shashin Kwa Cho zu ye, " Likenesses of birds and flowers," 3 vols. 

first edition, Yedo, 1805 ; 46 pp. of illustrations in colour (Tregaskis), £r. 

485 Hokusai : Yama Mata Yama, " Mountains upon mountains," reaUy illus- 

trations of legendary poems ; 3 vols, complete, first edition, Yedo, 1804 ; 
28 double pages of illustrations, and 4 single pages, in colours ; signed 
Hokusai, in brocade case (Tregaskis), £1 2S. 

486 Hokusai : Kyoka San-ju Rok'kasen, " The thirty-six comic poets " ; i vol. 

complete, first edition, Yedo, without date ; three preliminary pages of 
groups of actors, and 36 portraits of the poets, all in colours, with the names 
of the poets written in English on each page (Metzgar), £1 is. 

491 Hokusai : Yehon Wakaa Homare, " The celebrities of China and Japan " ; 

I vol. complete, first edition, Yedo, 1836 ;8 double-page illustrations and 
single pages, black and white ; signed 77 years old Zen Hokusai aratam 
GwaWo Rojin Manji (Shannon), £1 3s. 

492 Hokusai : Fugaku Jan-ju Rok'kei ; an album containing twelve of the 

" Thirty-six views of Fuji " ; part of an edition with recent blocks, change 
of title form and coloiir scheme, said to have been made to the order of a 
Dutch merchant (Shannon), £1 is. 



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ART PRICES CURRENT. 



500 Hiroshige : Toto Meisho, " Celebrated views of Yedo " ; an album containing 

thirty-six full-size oblong views, some first edition, with red stamp Kikakudo 
on the margins, and others with the black Sanoki seal ; also two odd 
prints by Kunisada (Metzgar), £1 12s. 

501 Hiroshige : Meisho Yedo Hakkei, " One hundred celebrated views of Yedo," 

a crepe paper edition of one hundred views only, including the Kin bata 
plate by Hiroshige II, but omitting plates 5, 10, 20, 42, 45, 46, 47, 48, 50, 55 
56, 58, 60, 74, 78, 80, 87, 89 and 99 ; in five albums with typed list as per 
title and contents page of the original full-size issue (Anderson), £3. 
505 Hiroshige II : So-hitsu-Gwafu, " Quick brush drawings " ; the first two vols, 
dated 1848, the third vol. dated 1852 ; with translation of the prefaces 
(Tregaskis), £1 is. 

507 Kunisada : Tokaido Go-ju-san Tsugi, " Fifty-three stations of the Tokaido." 

A series of fifty-six half-block views copied from Hiroshige's first edition 
of the Tokaido, in most cases from the earliest state of the blocks, with extra 
figures introduced, each sheet signed with one or another of Kunisada's 
artist names, and in many cases with " By request " added, as if in apology 
for not acknowlegding Hiroshige's work ; moimted in an album (Madeline), 
£2. 

508 Various artists. Thirty-one colour prints by Utamaro, Hokusai, Hiroshige 

and others, mounted in book form (Madeline), £3 3s. 



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March 30, 1912. Christie's. 

Property of the late Miss J. M. Worth, Tilneyhime, St. 
John's Wood, Boscombe, Hants. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Hunt, W., The carpenter — 14J X 9J (Arthurton), £7 7s. 

2 Mauve, A., Return of the flock, chalk — ^J X 5i (Gibson), £4 14s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

3 Hoog, Bernard de, A frugal meal — 39* X 58J (Wallis), £89 5s. 

4 Hoog, Bernard de, Cottage interior, with peasant woman and her two children — 

23 X 3ii (Davidson), £73 los. 

5 Poole, P. F., R.A., A gleaner ; and Road scene, with horseman, by G. Barret, 

panel (Sampson), £3 3s. 

6 Priestman, B., 1906, River scene, with horse towing a barge — I7i X 2si 

(Spielman), £11 iis. 

7 Roberts, D., R.A., St. Chiara, Naples ; and Prayer, by Clotilde Prussen, on 

panel (Callard), £10 los. 

8 Scherrewitz, J., Two horses in a meadow — 37 X 29^ (Wallis), £75 12s. 

9 Scherrewitz, J., Carting seaweed — 17J X 23* (Sampson), £47 5s. 

10 Scherrewitz, J., Return of the flock — 17J x 23 J (Sampson), £54 12s. 

11 Scherrewitz, J., The watering-place — 13 x 19 (Vicars), £33 12s. 

12 Scherrewitz, J., Carting sand — 10 X i5i (Wallis), £23 2S. 
, Water-meadows : Evening — 17 x 31 (Arthurton), £35 14s. 

., Rough road, with woman driNong a cow — 16J X 29J (Tooth), £31 los. 
., Bend of the river — iji x 23^ (Tooth), £33 12s. 
., Flood- time— i5i X 23* (Wallis), £29 8s. 
., Village on a river — 13J x 23J (Bower), £34 13s. 
., River scene, with boats : Evening — 13^ x 23^ (Sampson), £23 2S 
., Windy weather — 13* X 23 J (Tooth), £32 iis. 
., Pasture-land : Evening — 13^ x iSJ (Harris), £26 5s. 
., Road scene, with an inn and cart — 12J ;•; i7i (Sampson), £24 3s. 
, Landscape, with farm, panel — 9 J X 17^ (Sampson), £19 19s. 
, Common scene — loj X 15 (Sampson), £12 12s. 
., River scene, with barge — 9J X 14J (Wallis), £14 145. 

River scene, near a village, panel — 6 X loi (Merchant), £12 123. 
., River scenes, a pair, panel — 6i x loj (Vicars), £22 is. 
[., Village on a river; and River scene, with boat, a pair, panel — 
6i X loj (Vicars), £18 i8s. 

PICTURES. 

28 Battoni, P., Canal scene, Venice — 28^ x 24i (Nesley), £2 12s. 6d. 

29 Battoni, P., Views near Naples, a set of three — 10 X 19J (Wallij), £3 13s. 5d. 

30 Hooper, J. Horace, Evening near Tw>-ford, Berks — 29 X 49 (Hr.ggins), £6 6s. 

31 Hooper, J. Horace, Rustington Church, near Littlehampton — 15^ X 23i 

(Rogers Co.), £5 15s. 6d. 

32 Kemm, R., A Spanish posada — 23* X 35^ (Lister), £15 43. 6d. 

33 Noerr, T., Hunting party at a ford, panel — 13I- X 27 (Schroeder), £9 19s. 6d. 

34 Noerr, T., On the lake : Evening, panel — 7i ;< 13^ (Cooling), £2 2S. 

35 Noerr, T., 1875, Gipsies, panel — 12 X 9 (CooUng), £3 133. 6d. 

36 Unterberger, F. R., The road to Pompeii — i7i X 29 (Lister), £15 4s. 6J. 



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326 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

37 Unterberger, F. R., Castellamare, Naples : Moonlight — 27i X 49 (Lister), 

£19 19s- 

38 Unterberger, F. R., Road to Palenno — 22J X 33 (Lindlar), £21. 

DRAWINGS. 

39 Bastien-Lepage, J., The knacker — 4 X 6f (Angeli), £5 5s. 

40 Birch, S. J. Lamoma, River gliding slowly by " The Bela," near Milnthorpe — 

10 X 15 (Spencer), £6 6s. 

41 Brabazon, H. B., Eastern bazaar ; and On the Thames (Jackson), £1$ 13s. 

42 Brangwyn, F., A.R.A., 1886, On the river-bank — 8J X 17 (Fine Art Society), 

£8 8s. 

43 Coleman, F. E., Shepherd and his flock in the Roman Campagua — 10 X 20 

(Rodocanachi), £1 iis. 6d. 

44 Elgood, G. S., 1906, Villa Cavagnaro, Rapallo — 12^ X gi (Angeli), £9 9s. 

45 Elgood, G. S., 1899, Villa Papa Giulio, Rome — iij X 18 (Rodocanachi), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

46 Glehn, W. G. von, 1910, Boboli gardens, Florence — 15J X igi (Schroeder), 

£31 IDS. 

47 Greaves, W., Old Battersea Bridge — 15} X 20} (Marchant), £g gs. 

48 Mauve, A., Near the canal, chalk — lof X 16J (Sampson), £s 3s. 

49 Rowbotham, T. L., 1870, Sunset on the Amo, near Pisa ; and Italian lake scene, 

a pair — 5J x 8J (Arthurton), £13 2S. 6d. 

50 Sidaner, H. le, Chemin Montant, pastel — 28^ X 22J (Marchant), £37 i6s. 

51 Steer, P. Wilson, igo6, Bend of the river — 9} x 14^ (Sampson), £12 12s. 

52 Vitelli, L. van, Pantheon ; and Arch of Vespasian, a pair — gj x 13J (Angeli), 

£11 IIS. 

53 de Wint, P., Castle on a hill — iij x i7| (Bowden), £12 12s. 

54 Winter-Shaw, A., Evening in January — 9 X 13J (Angeli), £2 12s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

55 Caprile, v.. Head of Venetian girl — 16| X 13J (Angeli), £1 iis. 6d. 

56 (jroodwin. A., igio, Cairo, from the Gate of the citadel ; and Naples, a pair 

— 7 J X 10 J (Arthurton), £19 19s. 

57 Mancini, A., Head of an Italian girl; a study on the reverse — 15J X iij 

(Marchant), £29 8s. 

58 Steer, P. Wilson, The avenue — 17 X 19J (Sampson), £65 2S. 

59 Tomson, A., Harrowing — gj X 13! (Angeli), £3 3s. 

DRAWINGS. 

60 James, F.E., River scene, with figures — 9 J X 13 J (Sampson), £1 is. 

61 Jongkind, J. B., Dutch canal, with windmill and barge — gj X i6| (Lyall), 

£33 I2S. 

62 Rothenstein, W., Interior of a stable, pastel — 13 X ig (Hutchinson), £3 13s. 6d. 

63 Sickert, Walter, igii, Wayside shrine — 17 X iiJ (Blackwell), £17 17s. 

64 Swan, J. M., R.A., Leopard and cubs — 13J X igf (Colnaghi & Obach), £25 4s. 

65 Swan, J. M., R.A., Jaguar eating, pastel — gj X 15 (Ellis), £23 2S. 
65A Swan, J. M., R.A., Lion resting — gj X 14J (Winter), £27 6s. 

66 Whistler, J. M., Japanese women, pastel — sj X io| (Kinmell), £120 15s. 

PICTURES. 

67 Corot, J. B. C, The towing-horse— 7| X 8i (Salmon), £168. 

68 Fan tin-La tour, H., Peonies in a glass bowl — 15 X 13J (White), £325 los. 
. 69 Gore, S. F., Pasture, with a horse — 12 X 16 (Carfax), £4 14s. 6d. 



March 30, 191 2. 327 

PICTURES. 

70 Bock, Th. de, Outskirts of a wood: Evening, panel — 12J X 16^ (Sampson), 

£65 2S. 

71 Corot, J. B. C, Landscape, with building, figure and cows — 10 X 14J (Lefevrc), 

£199 lOS. 

72 Corot, J. B. C, Landscape, with building and figure: Evening — 9} X i3i 

(Lefevre), £199 los. 

73 Delpy, H. C, River scene, with boat : Sunset, panel — 6J X loj (Sampson), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

74 Israels, J., Returning from church, panel — 14J X loj (Tooth), £178 los. 

75 Monticelli, A. T. J ., Garden scenes, with groups of ladies and children, a pair — 

15J X 12J (Holmes), £84. 



DRAWINGS. 
76 Troyon, C, Wood scene, with a horseman — 7J X 5 (Permain), £9 9s. 
■77 Blommers, B. J., Selling fish, Scheveningen — iij X igi (Lefevre), £210. 

78 Weissenbruch, J. H., Houses by the side of a canal — 14^ X 19J (Lefevre), 

£44 2S. 

79 L'hermitte, L., The pool, pastel — 12^ X 15^ (Vaile), £52 los. 

80 Erickdale, E. Fortescue, Lynette — 20J X loj (Sampson), £6 6s. 

81 Brickdale, E. Fortescue, " Then to her tower she climbed " — Idylls of the King 

— i6i X loj (Sampson), £10 los. 
-82 Herkomer, Sir H. von, R.A., 1877, Head of a peasant — iij x Sj (Arthurton), 
£23 2S. 

83 Alma-Tadema, Sir L., R.A., Watching the passers-by — 7J x 17J (Sampson) , 

£120 15s. 

84 L'hermitte, L., Moisson sur le Couteau, pastel — 13 X 16 (Thrift), £110 5s. 
65 Walker, J . Hanson, Parthenia, pastel — 24 X 20 (Leafe), £4 4s. 

PICTURES. 

S6 Walker, J. Hanson, Kathleen Mavoumeen — 23J X 19J (Yeulett), £9 9s. 

87 Jongkiad, J. B., Skating in Holland — iij x 16J (Hughes), £15 13s. 

88 Fan tin-La tour, H., The offering — 7 X 6^ (Permain), £21. 

89 Boudin, E., Dutch port, with shipping, panel — 8J X 11 (Hughes), £23 2S. 

90 Jacque, Ch., Poultry-yard, panel — 7 X 9J (Grant), £37 i6s. 

91 Decamps, A. G., The cavalcade — 8 x 13 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

92 Bonheur, Peyrol, Ewes and lambs — r2| x 15J (Bower), £30 9s. 

93 Pasini, A., The halt — 12J X ijj (Tooth), £35 14s. 

94 Boudin, E., 1873, Piampol, panel — 8f x i5f (Tooth), £21. 

95 Troyon, C, Landscape, with figure and ducks by a pool, panel — 10 X 15 

(Willis), £99 15s. 

96 Cazin, J. C, On the hillside — laj x 15J (Willis), £99 15s. 

97 Dupre, Julien, Milldng-time — 25 X 31 (Belton), £84. 

98 Courbet, G., Houses on a hillside — 27J X 32! (Schroeder), £12 12s. 

99 Weiland, J., 1906, Washing-day — 25 X 20^ (Lefevre), £44 2s. 
100 Michel, G., Sandpit, with figures — 19 x 23J (Hubble), £50 8s. 
loi Boudin, E., 1892, Villefranche— i7i X 25i (Thrift), £68 5s. 

702 Bastien-Lepage, J., On the shore — r7 x 20i (Spielmann), £35 i^s. 

103 Frore, Theodore, On the Nile — rj x 24 (Port), £1 i is. 6d. 

104 Boudin, E., 1891, At Etaples — 13! x 22^ (Gooden & Fo.x), £35 14s. 

105 Raffaelli, J., The ferry — 14J x i7i (Spielmann), £15 15s. 

106 Monticelli, A. T. J., Women and children i-.i a forest, panp!— SJ X 12 (Carroll), 

£27 6s. 



328 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

107 Fantin-Latour, H., 1869, Spring flowers in a vase — 15 X i2i (Colnaghi and 

Obacli), £199 los. 

108 Fantin-Latour, H., 1869, Pansies and daisies — y X 13^ (Lefevre), £78 15s. 

109 Fantin-Latour, H., Plate of fruit — 6J X loj (Tempelaere), £54 12s. 
no Rousseau, Th., Forest scene, panel — 9 X 12J (Bell), £8 8s. 

111 North, J. W., A.R.A., 1903, Quantock Hills, Somersetshire — 19J X 29J (Cool- 

ing), £35 14s. 

112 Stott, Edward, A.R.A., Gossip by the way — 19 X 22! (Wallis), £78 15s. 

113 Roelofs, W., Watering-place — 18 X 24J (Lefevre), £16 i6s. 

114 Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., i860, Auld Robin Gray — 12J X 18 (Wallis), £94 los. 

115 Fantin-Latour, H., 1879, Bunch of wild flowers, circular — 12 ins. diam. 

(Colnaghi & Obach), £152 5s. 

116 Lanceretto, E., The promenade — 46J X 29 J (Ryan), (jj 7s. 

117 Knight, J. Buxton, Medway river and Rochester; Castle and cathedral in 

distance — 23 X 35^ (Sampson), £73 los. 

118 Weissenbruch, J. H., 1878, Woody stream, with two cows, panel — 7 X io| 

(Wallis), £44 2S. 

119 Billet, P., Washing clothes — 17J X 14J (Sampson), £7 17s. 6d. 

120 Bosboom, J., Interior of a church, with figures, panel — irj X 9 (Wallis), 

£23 2S. 

121 Vincelet, V., Chrysanthemums in a jug, panel — 17|- X iif (Wylde), £5 15s. 6d. 

122 Portielje, J., Mandolin-player — 44 J x 34 (Sampson), £15 15s. 

123 Weiland, J., Philosopher reading — 14 x i9i (Lyall), £8 8s. 

124 Sant, J., R.A., Forget-me-nots, oval — 19 J X 16 (Sampson), £8 i8s. 6d. 

125 Woodville, R. Caton, 1899, " At last " — 60 X 84 (Watson), £33 12s. 

" I have done the best I could for the honour of our country." 

(The last entry in General Gordon's Journal.) 

126 Morgan, Fred, The rose garden — 40 X 28 (Lister), £31 los. 

Property of the late John GlasSandeman, Esq., 73, Sussex 
Gardens, W. 

DRAWINGS. 

127 Bosboom, J., Interior of a church, with carved seats — 15 J X 11 J (Wallis), 

£42. 

128 Cattermole, C, Cavalier ; and two landscapes, with animals, by C. F. R. (Jolly), 

£995. 

129 Keulemann, J. G., A magpie ; and A kingfisher family, a pair, pastels — 25 X igj 

(Mrs. Hordern), £9 19s. 6d. 

130 Phillpott, C, Dead mallard, arched top ; and Coast scene, with stranded boat 

(Bowden), £5 15s. 6d. 

131 Sherrin, D., Bird's nest and blackberry-blossom — 6i X 8| (Permain), £7 7s. 

132 Swan, A. M., Daffodils, anemones, and snowdrops — 30 X 20J (Hordern), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

133 Wisselingh, J. van, River scene ; and Cattle watering, by W. H. Pigott, 1873 

(Callow), £4 4s. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

134 Alexander, R., Ewe and lambs ; A bunch of grapes, by C. J. Broome ; and 

Moored, by H. K. Browne (" Phiz "), (Misell, junr.), los. 6d. 

135 Alexander, R., Dead pheasant; and Dead ptarmigan, by J. Tibbits, 1870 

(Murray), £3 3s. 



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136 Artz, D. A. C, Fisherwoman, seated on the Dunes, sewing, her boy and young 

daughter playing before her ; stranded fishing-boat in the distance — 
22 X 36 (Wallis), £273. 

137 Blommers, B. J., Landing and selling fish, Scheveningen — 25 X 46J (Tooth), 

£714- 

138 Bonheur, Rosa, Must not come : A red Italian greyhound — 14 X 16 (Tooth), 

£84. 

139 Brun, Moorish dancing-girl — 15J X iij (CooUng), £4 4s. 

140 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., Dead bittern, panel — 17 X 20 (Carroll), £7 7s. 

141 Maris, J., Town on a river, with bridge and boats, panel — gj X loj (Gooden 

and Fox), £367 los. 

142 Maris, W., Duck and ducklings, by some reeds at the edge of a stream — 

II X 8J (Tooth), £336. 

143 Orchardson, Sir W. Q., R.A., 1873, The protector, R.A., 1873—32 X 46 

(Sampson), £420. 

144 Orchardson, Sir W. Q., R.A., Oscar and Brin : Two dogs in a cottage — 16^ X 23 

(Spielmann), £99 15s. 

145 Swan, J. M., R.A., Bustards and dead fish — 29 X 39 (Sampson), £8 8s. 

146 Swan, J. M., R.A., A tiger — 9 J X i2i (Sampson), £7 7s. 

147 Vami, At the shrine — 22^ X i5i (Grose), ids. 6d. 

148 Wilson, J., Portrait of a gentleman — 34J X 27J (Grose), los. 6d. 

OLD PICTURES. 

149 Duynen, J. van. Fish and still life on a table — 26i X 34i (Arthur), £5 5s, 

150 Ostade, Interior of a village shop, with a peasant, holding a glass of wine ; and 

other figures, panel — 20J X ijf (Buck), £42. 



330 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

April I, ,1912. Christie's. 

ENGRAVINGS AND ETCHINGS. 

1 Woody landscape, after P. de Wint, by Sir F. Short, proof (Stoneham)^, 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

2 Sympathy, after B. Riviere, R.A.,J)y Stacpoole, artist's proof (Goodea & Fox), 

£3 3s- 

3 Wet roadside, after B. W. Leader, R.A., by T. Chauvel, artist's proof (Vicars), 

£5 5s. 

4 Parting day, after the same, by T. Chauvel, artist's proof (Artemus Tooth), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

5 Harvest moon, after Mason, by R. W. Macbeth, artist's proof (Gooden & Fox), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

6 Marlow ferry, after F. Walker, by R. W. Macbeth, proof (Gooden & Fox), 

£5 5s. 

7 Vagrants, after F. Walker, by Waltner, artist's proof (Wilde Co.), £5 5s. 

8 Wayfarers, after and by the same, artist's proof (A. Tooth), £2 2S. 

9 Morning walk, after Gainsborough, by A. Mathey, artist's proof (Agnew), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

10 Nutting, after Gainsborough, by A. Mathey, artist's proof (Gooden & Fox), 

£5 13s. 6d. 

11 Lords John and Bernard Stuart, after Van Dyck, by Lagxiillermie, artist's 

proof (A. Tooth), £3 3s. 

12 Morning, after P. Graham, R.A., by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof (Mrs. Adams), 

£5 5s- 

13 In the Highlands, after and by the same, artist's proof (Mrs. Adams), £3 3s. 

14 The shoeing, after Sir E. Landseer, by C. J. Lewis, artist's proof (Brassey), 

£5 5S. 

15 Night; and Morning, after the same, by T. Landseer, artist's proof (Vicars), 

£5 5S. 

16 The monarch of the glen, after the same, by T. Landseer, artist's proof 

(Huggins), £11 IIS. 

17 Setters at work, after Heywood Hardy, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof (A. Tooth), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

18 Lady Milner, after Romney, by W. Henderson, artist's proof (Brassey), £5 5s. 

19 Lady Maitland, after Raebum, by N. Hirst, artist's proof (Bower), £11 iis. 

20 Mrs. Thornton, after Lawrence, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof (Brassey), 

£6 6s. 

21 Lady Hamilton as " A Bacchante," after Mdme. Le Brun, by J. B. Pratt, 

artist's proof (Hopwood), £3 13s. 6d. 

22 The sisters (daughters of Sir Thomas Maitland), after Hoppner, by Scott 

Bridgwater, artist's proof (Agnew), £21. 

23 Lady Waldegrave, after Hoppner, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof (Colaaghi 

and Obach), £4 4s. 
24. Miranda, after and by the same, artist's proof (Agnew), £15 15s. 

25 The Stafford children, after Romney, by Appleton, proof, in colours (Taylor), 

£iS i8s. 

After J. M. W. Turner, R..A. 
{All in proof state.) 

26 St. Mark's,. Venice, by G. HoUis (Vicars), £1 is. 

27 Caligula's bridge, by E. Goodall (Vicars), £4 4s. 



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28 Dido and .-Eneas, by W. R. Smith (Young & Ward), £3 13s. 6d. 

29 Dido building Carthage, by. T A. Pryor ( — ), £4 14s. 6d. 

30 Pas de Calais, by W. Davison (Gooden & Fox), £1 iis. 6d. 

31 Temple of Jupiter, by J. Pye (Young), £3 13s. 6d. 

32 Approach to Venice, by R. VVallis (Vicars), £5 5s. 

33 Ancient Italy, by W. Muller (Wilde & Co.), £5 5s- 

34 Modern Italy, by. J. T. Willmore (Wilde cS: Co.), £2 2s. 

35 & 36 Cologne, by E. Goodall ; Lucerne, by R. Wallis (Maggs), £3 3s. 

37 Mercury and Argus, by J. T. Willmore (Gooden & Fox), £5 5s. 

By S. Cousins, R.A. 

38 Hon. Anne Bingham, after Sir J. Reynolds, artist's proof (Brassey), £16 i6s. 

39 Princess Sophia of Gloucester, after the same, artist' proof (Adams), £3 3s. 

40 Lady Anne Fitzpa trick, after the same, artist's proof (Young), £6 6s. 

41 The sunshine of love, after J. Raoux, first state (Maggs), £63. 

42 Lady Lyndhurst, after Sir T. Lawrence, first state (Vicars), £8 8s. 

43 Lady Blessington, after Sir T. Lawrence, first state, signed (Wood), £37 i6s. 

44 Elizabeth Countess Grosvenor, after Sir T. Lawrence, proof (Wood), £44 2S. 

45 Miss Macdonald, after Sir T. Lawrence, proof (Greville), £27 6s. 

46 Miss Croker, after Sir T. Lawrence, proof (Vicars), £60 i8s. 

47 Lady Acland and children, after Sir T. La\vreoce ; inscribed : " My first plate, 

Cousins " (Maggs), £100 i6s. 

48 Lady Grey and children, after Sir T. Lawrence, proof, signed (Agnew), £75 12s. 

49 Master Lambtoa, after Sir T. Lawrence, proof before the title (Wilson), £42. 

50 Countess Gower and daughter, after Sir T. Lawrence, proof (Cross), £21. 

51 Elizabeth, Duchess of Rutland, after Sanders (Cross), £14 14s. 



Miss Kerr Gordon, " Angels' Heads," after Sir J. Reynolds, stipple, by P. 

Simon, proof (Taylor), £10 los. 
Lords John and Charles Spencer, after Cosway, by W. Barney, open letter 

proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £46 4s. 



ENGRAVINGS OF THE EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL, etc. 
Vnframed. 

54 Cries of London, after Wheatley : " Milk below maids " ; and " Primroses," 

by Schiavonetti, in bistre (Maggs), £5 15s. 6d. 

55 Ditto : " Knives and scissors to grind " ; and " Do you want any matches ? " 

by Cardon and Vendramini (Maggs), £6 6s. 

56 Ditto : " Sweet China oranges " ; and " New mack'rel," by Schiavonetti 

(Maggs), £4 4s. 

57 The wounded soldier, after J. Ward, by J. R. Smith, printed in colours (Brail), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

58 Portrait of a lady, after Downman, engraver's proof, in colours ; and two 

others (Hanbury), £63. 

59 Le Carquois Epuise, after Baudouin, by Delaunay ; and Les Baigneuses 

Champetres, after Queverdo (Cox), £6 i6s. 6d. 

60 Les Accords de Mariage ; and Le Lever de la Mari^, after Queverdo (Hyam), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

61 La Fille Surprise ; and Le Dangereux Module, after Queverdo, by Patas 

(F. Daniel), £6 6s. 

62 La Jouissance ; and Le Ropos, after Queverdo, by Martini and Dambrur. 

(Chalivat), £6 6s. 



332 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

63 Hector's farewell, after A. Kaufiman, by Ryland, proof, in red ; and two 

others (Brail), £1 is. 

64 The death of Heloise, after the same, by Burke ; and Lady, in Turkish cos- 

tume, after the same, by Ryland, proofs, in red (Brail), £3 3s. 

65 M2iria, and Eloisa, after A. Kauffman, by Ryland ; Erminia, and another, after 

the same (Parker), £2 2S. 

66 The frail sisters, after J. R. Smith, by J. Hogg, in bistre (Davis), £9 gs. 

67 Sophia, honour and the chambermaid, after Gillray, in colours ; and another 

(Brail), £1 IS. 

68 Boys skating ; and Boys robbing an orchard, after Morland, by E. Scott ; and 

another (Sabin), £7 i7s. 6d. 

69 ComeUa, after Sir J. Reynolds, by C. Wilkin; Venus, after the same, by 

CoUyer ; and another (Parker), £4 4s. 

70 The nut-brown maid, after Cotes, by E. Fisher (Brail), los. 6d. 

71 Rubens, and his wife and child, after Rubens, by J. McArdell, touched en- 

graver's proof (Gooden & Fox), £1 is. 

72 Mr. King and Mrs. Baddeley, after Zoffany, by R. Earlom ; and Comic readings, 

after Boyne, by C. Knight (Maggs), £1 us. 6d. 

73 Madame Grassini, as " Cora," by A. Freshchi, in colours (Mrs. Frankau), 

£3 3S. 

74 Samuel Johnson, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Watson (Parsons), £1 15s. 

75 Miss Nelly O'Brien, after the same, by J. Wilson (Taylor), £7 17s. 6d. 

76 Lady Caroline Price, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Jones, second state (Taylor), 

£8 1 8s. 6d. 

77 Miss Theophila Palmer, after the same, by J. R. Smith, first state (Crossley), 

£99 15s. 

78 Hon. Mrs. Stanhope, after and by the same, first state (Ellis & Smith), £162 15s. 

79 Feeding the pigs ; and The return from market, after Morland, by J. R. 

Smith, with the titles in open etched letters (Ellis & Smith), £44 2s. 

Framed. 

80 St. James's ; and St. Giles's beauty, after Benwell, by Bartolozzi, a pair, 

in bistre (Young), £10 los. 

81 Girl, with a triangle, after A. Buck, in colours ; and two ovals, by Bartolozzi 

(Wood), £4 14s. 6d. 

82 Views in America, after J . Beck, by Cartwright, a set of four, in colours (Haines), 

£32 IIS. 

£3 Lady Elizabeth Foster, after Sir J. Reynolds, by Bartolozzi, in bistre (Wood), 

£15 15s. 
83A Lady Hamilton, as "A Bacchante," after Sir J. Rejmolds, by J. R. Smith, 

in colours (Ellis & Smith), £231. 

84 Mrs. Arbuthnot, after Hoppner, by S. W. Reynolds, proof, wide margin 

(Browne), £71 8s. 

85 The Hon. Mrs. Bouverie, after Hoppner, by J. R. Smith, in colours (W. Sabin) , 

£73 los. 

86 The piping shepherd, after Cosway, by Bartolozzi ; and The fair Ariadne, by the 

same, proofs (Hyam), £1 us. 6d. 

87 Lady Elizabeth Foster, after Downmaa, by C. Watson, in colours ; and A 

seated child, after Romney, by Nugent (Sabin), £5 5s. 

88 Hobbinol and Ganderetta, after Gainsborough, by P. W. Tomkins, in colours 

(Brail), £2 2S. 

89 Adelaide and Silvia, after Wheatley, by J. Hogg, a pair, in colours (Wadham), 

£7 7s. 



April I, 1912. 333 

90 Lady and child, after Cosway, by Minasi, in colours (Reed), £6 6s. 

91 Napoleon Buonaparte, after Apiani, by Bartolozzi, in colours (Chalivat) , 

£5 5s. 

92 Le Matin ; Le Midi ; Le Soir ; and La Nuit, after Baudouin, by de Ghendt, 

a set of four (Gooden &. Fox), £2 2S. 
92A Louis XVI, after Callot ; and Marie Antoinette, after Roslin, by B. Roger 
(Davis), £7 17s. 6d. 

93 Pleasing intelligence (Mrs. Alefounder), after Bigg, open-letter proof (Maggs), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

94 Master Lambton, after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A. (Edge), £6 6s. 

95 Rev. Thomas Warton ; and Rev. Joseph Warton, after Reynolds, by Hodges 

and J. R. Smith, first states (Moss), 5s. 

96 The seasons, after Rosalba, by J. Simon, set of four (Lawrence), £21. 



Framed. 
g7 Innocence ; and Virtue, after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, a pair ; and two others 
(Liverson), £3 3s. 

98 The three fine arts, after Kaufiman, by Bartolozzi, in red ; and three others 

(Agnew), £3 3s. 

99 The four elements, after Cipriani, ovals (Brail), £2 2S. 

100 Clara, after Miss Craven, by Ryder ; and three others, ovals (Brail), £3 3s. 
loi Ophelia, by Bartolozzi ; Nymph and Cupids, by the same, in colours (Chalivat), 
£5 5s. 

102 Ladies with a globe, and another, in colours ; and Lady and child, in colours 

(Hyam), £4 14s. 6d. 

103 Children and turkeys, by D. Orme ; and two others, in colours (Brail), £2 2S. 

104 Cupid binding Aglaia, after A. Kauffman, in bistre (Agnew), £10 los. 

J05 Breaking Cupid's bow ; and Juno demanding the Cestus, after Kaufiman, by 
W. Ryland, a pair, in red (Maggs), £7 17s. 6d. 

106 The death of Procris ; and Shepherd and sleeping nymphs, after Kauffman, 

proofs in red (Maggs), £7 17s. 6d. 

107 Venus attired by the graces, after the same, by Bartolozzi, in red (Agnew), 

£17 17s. 

108 The same subject, in colours (Agnew), £4 4s. 

109 La Rose ; and La Main, by Debucourt ; and two after Moreau, in colours 

(Hilton), £12 I2S. 

110 Historical subjects (4), after Hamilton and others, by Bartolozzi, in colours 

(Young), £4 14s. 6d. 

111 FeeUng : Smelling ; Hearing, after Schiavonetti ; and Innocence, by Vendra- 

mini, in colours (Brail), £2 2S. 

112 The four seasons, after Adam Buck, by Freeman and Stadler, in colours 

(Mrs. Frankau), £6 i6s. 6d. 

113 The allied armies in Paris, 1814 ; and the comparison print, in colours ; and 

View of Durham Cathedral, after Robson (Chalivat), £1 iis. 6d. 

114 Peasants with fruit and flowers, after Peters, by Michel, in red (Samuel), 

£5 5S. 

115 Sunshine ; and Rain, after Bigg, by J. Ogborne, a pair (Palmer), £6 6s. 

116 The romps ; and The truants, after Bigg, by W. \Vard, in colours (Mayne), 

£6 6s. 

117 Blind girl of Rome ; and Country girl of Tuscany, after Northcote, a pair, in 

colours (Agnew), £5 5s. 

118 Constantia ; and the companion print, circles, printed in colours (Young), 

£5 15s. 6d. 



334 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

119 The soldier's farewell; and The soldier's return, after Morland, by Graham, 

a pair, in bistre (Bum), £16 i6s. 

120 Farmer's visit to his married daughter ; and The visit returned, after Morland, 

by Bond, a pair, in bistre (Leggatt), £15 15s. 

121 Fruits of industry ; and Effects of extravagance, after Morland, by \V. Ward, 

in colours (Dunthorne), £16 i6s. 

122 Story of Letitia, after Morland, by J. R. Smith, set of six, in colours (Young), 

£25 4s. 

123 Rural amusement ; and Rustic employment, after Morland, water colour 

drawings (Young), £ir iis. 

124 A Loisir, by and after J. R. Smith, in colours (White), £6 6s. 

125 Fancy subject, after Bunbury, by P. W. Tomkins, in colours (West), £16 i6s. 

126 Prince William Frederic, after Re3molds, by Watson ; Love, after Cosway, 

by Ryder, proof in red ; and another (Colnaghi & Obach), £5 15s. 6d. 

127 The fair moralist, after Cosway, by Bartolozzi, in colours (Sabin), £10 ids. 

128 Mrs. Siddons ; and Miss Farren, after Downman, by Collyer, in colours (Agnew), 

£56 14s. 

129 Miss Farren, after Sir T. Lawrence, by Bartolozzi (Chalivat), £22 is. 

130 Miss Emily Pott, as " Thais," after Reynolds, by Bartolozzi, open-letter proof 

(Leverson), £11 iis. 

131 Sir Henry Raebum, after himself, by W. Walker, proof (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£12 I2S. 

132 La Surprise, after Dubuffe, by Cousins, proof before any letters (Young), 

£26 5S. 

133 Lady Dover and son, after Sir T. Lawrence, by Cousins, proof (Leverson), 

£8 183. 6d. 

134 Lady Peel, after and by the same (Wilde), £9 19s. 6d. 

135 The Duke of Buccleuch, after Gainsborough, by J. Dixon, first state (Maggs), 

£443. 

136 Mother and child (Lady Carwardine), after Romney, by J. R. Smith (Maggs), 

£25 43. 

137 The shipwreck, after Turner, by C. Turner (Bremner), £1 is. 

1 38 The promenade in St. James's Park, after E. Dayes, by Soiron (Burn), £16 i6s. 

DRAWINGS. 

139 Bulthuis, J., Six small views in Rotterdam, in sepia (Rimell), £1 ids. 

140 Canaletto : A view in Venice ; and View near Rome, by Marlow (Parsons), 

£6 6s. 



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April I and 2, 1912. Sotheby's. 

1 Janinet, J ., La Confiance Entantiiie, after S. Freudeberg, in colours (MurchisoQ), 

FANCY SUBJECTS OF THE ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

2 Bartolozzi, F., Horace, after A. Kaufiman, in brown (Brail), £1 2S. 

3 Bartolozzi, F., Cupid's Forge, after J. B. Cipriani, proof before all letters, in 

brown (Sotheran), £z 2s. 

4 Bartolozzi, F., Damon and Delia, after A. KauSman, in red (F. Daniell), £2 14s. 

5 Bartolozzi, F., Princess Amelia, after \V. Lawrence, etched letter proof, in 

brown, with full untrimmed margin (Brail), los. 

6 Bartolozzi, F., The orange girl, after J. H. Benwell, proof before letters, in 

brown (F. Daniell), £8 5s. 

7 Bunbury, IJ., The gardens of Carlton House, by W. Dickinson, in brown 

(Chalivat), £10. 

8 Burke, T., Rinaldo and Annida, after A. Kaufiman, etched letter proof, in 

brown (F. Daniell), £5. 

9 Cupid and Cephisa, after A. Kaufiman, in brown (F. Daniell), £6. 

10 The frail sisters, by J. Hogg, after J. R. Smith (F. Dcuaiell), £5. 

11 The man mending a pen, by R. Houston, after Rembrandt, proof before all 

letters (Murchison), £8 5s. 

12 The angry farmer, and Boys skating, by E. Scott, after G. Morland, two of the 

set of four, etched letter proofs, in brown (Leggatt), £16. 

13 Breaking the ice, by J. R. Smith, after G. Morland (Brail), £3 5s. 

14 A land storm, by S. W. Reynolds, after G. Morland, etched letter proof (Fores), 

£3 5^- 

15 The moralist, by W. Nutter, after J. R. Smith, etched letter proof (Leggatt), £8. 

16 Children throwing snow-balls, and a Girl sketching a portrait on the ground, 

by W. Ward, after R. M. Payne, a pair, etched letter proofs (Brail), £3 15s. 

17 A sudden squall in Hyde Park, and a Field day in Hyde Park, by T. Malton, 

after T. Rowlandson, a pair, aquatints, in colours (Jacobson), £6. 

18 Aglaia bound by Cupid, by G. Scorodomoff, after A. Kaufiman, etched letter 

proof, in red (F. Daniell), £2 12s. 

19 Flirtilla, by and after J. R. Smith, in brown (Lauser), £10. 

20 What you will, by and after J. R. Smith (ChaUvat), £12. 

21 Tomkins, P. W., He sleeps, etched letter proof, in brown (Murchison), £8 15s. 

22 Louisa, by and after W. Ward (Chalivat), £5. 

23 The musing charmer, by and after W. Ward, etched letter proof, in brown 

(F. Daniell), £10. 

24 Retirement, by W. Ward, after J. R. Smith, (Maggs), £20. 

25 Children relieving a beggar boy, by C. Wilkin, after Sir W. Beechey, proof 

before letters (Leggatt), £6 5s. 

PORTRAITS. 
In mezzotint and slipph. 

26 The Marquis of Blandford, by W. W. Barney, after R. Cosway, etched letter 

proof (Sotheran), £2 los. 

27 Lord Abercom, by J. Dean, after T. Gainsborough, proof before all letters 

(Sabin), £S. 

28 David Garrick, by V. Green, after T. Gainsborough (Rimell), £3 12s. 



336 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



29 Frances Countess of WicMow, by W. Say, after G. H. Harlow, etched letter 

proof (Sotheraa), £6 los. 

30 Countess of Euston, by C. Wilkin, after J. Hoppner, etched letter proof, in 

brown (Leggatt), £10 ids. 

31 The Masters Antrobus, by G. Clint, after Sir T. Lawrence, proof before letters 

(Rimell), £10. 

32 Lady Harriet Clive, by S. Cousins, after Sir T. Lawrence (Leggatt), £1. 

33 Edward Jenner, by W. Say, after J. Northcote, etched letter proof (Davis), 

£10 15s. 

34 Lady George Lennox, by J. McArdell, after A. Ramsay, proof before all letters 

(Mvirchison), £4. 15s. 
.35 Lady Mary Leslie, by J. Spilsbury, after Sir J. Reynolds, brilliant proof before 
the title was cleaned and before all letters (Murchison), £22 los. 

36 Master Crewe as Henry VIII, by J. R. Smith, after Sir J. Reynolds (Jacobson), 

los. 

37 Lord Richard Cavendish, by J. R. Smith, after Sir J. Reynolds (Rimell), £1 i6s. 

38 Joseph Banks, by W. Dickinson, after Sir J. Rejmolds (Maggs), £1 2s. 

39 Master Hoare, by C. Wilkin, after Sir J. Reynolds, in colours (Sabin), £20. 

40 Miss Potts as Thais, by F. Bartolozzi, after Sir J . Reynolds, in brown (Parker), 

£7. 

41 George, Viscount Maiden and Lady Elizabeth Capel, by C. Turner, after Sir J. 

Reynolds (Breun), £1 i6s. 

42 Lord Mansfield, by F. Bartolozzi, after Sir J. Reynolds, proof before letters, 

in brown (Dunthorne), £5. 

43 Lady Hamilton as Sensibility, by R. Earlom, after G. Romney, etched letter 

proof, in brown (Sabin), £15. 

44 Lady Hamilton as Alope, by R. Earlom, after "G. Romney, etched letter proof, 

in brown (Sabin), £4 5s. 

45 Edmund Burke, by J. Jones, after G. Romney, cut (Dunthorne), £7. 

46 General Washington, by T. Cheesman, after J. Trumbull (Dunthorne), £2 2S. 

47 Miss Yoimge, with Messrs. Dodd, Love and Waldron, as Viola in Twelfth Night, 

by J. R. Smith, after F. Wheatley, proof before letters (Maggs), los. 

AQUATINTS 
(mostly in colours). 

48 Portsmouth Harbour, on June 2nd, 1833, with the twelve Dutch merchant 

ships released from embargo, by R. Havell, after J. Schetky, a pair, in 
colours (Rimell), £2 14s. 

49 Naval engagement between English and French squadrons, plates II and III, 

dedicated to the Hon. Charles Yorke, by R. Havell, after T. Whitcombe, 
colours (Parker), £9. 

50 Battle of the Nile, by T. Hellyer, after J . Weir, set of three, two etched letter 

proofs (Parker), £1. 

51 Waterloo Bridge, by J. C. Stadler, after J. H. Shepherd, in colours (W. Daniell), 

iSs. 
55 Original views of London as it is, by Thomas Shotter Boys, nineteen coloured 
lithographs, with descriptive notices by C. Oilier, in a portfolio (F. Daniell), 
£15 5S. 



56 Boissieu, J. J . de, by himself, etching, early state; and N. Poussin, proof before 

letters (Dunthorne), £4. 

57 Mrs. Voss and child, by J. Smith, after Sir G. Kneller (Lindow), 15s. 



April I and 2, 1912. 337 



58 John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough, by J . Faber, after Sir G. Kneller (Sabin), 

£2. 

59 Prince Rupert, by A. Blooteling, after Sir P. Lely, line (Rimell), £3. 

60 Louise, Duchess of Portsmouth, by E. le Davis, after Sir P. Lely (F. Daniell), 

£9 15s. 

LINE PORTRAITS BY FREN'CH ENGRAVERS. 

61 Chereau, F., Andre Hercules de Fleury, after H. Rigaud (F. Daniell), £1 los. 

62 Drevet, P., B. H. de Fourcy, after H. Rigaud (Dunthome), £2 17s. 

63 Drevet, P., Rene Pucelle, after H. Rigaud ; and H. Leonardus Delamet, after 

the same (Jurgens), £2 12s. 

64 Edelinck, G., Sainte Madeleine (R. D. 32), after C. le Brun, first state (Blake- 

ston), £4 5s. 

65 Edelinck, G., Madeleine de Lamoignon (234), second state : Jules Paul de 

Lionne (247), second state (Tregaskis), £2 los. 
65 Edelinck, G., Jean Baptiste Santeuil (311), second state ; Paul Tallemant {324), 
first state ; and Eustache Teissier (325), second state (Rimell), £2 2s. 

67 Edelinck, G., Charles, Due de Berry (147), only state : Louis, Due de Boiirgogne 

(158), second state ; and Philippe V, King of Spain (Due d'Anjou) (294), 
only state, set of three (Dunthome), £24 los. 

68 Jasniere, Gaston, Due d'Orleans (Tregaskis), £3. 

A. Masson. 

69 Anne of Austria, Queen of France (R. D. 11), early impression of the only state, 

life-size (Sabin), £8. 

70 Cardinal de Bouillon (14), first state ; and the same, in the second state (Col- 

naghi), £4. 

71 Guillaume de Brisacier (15), very fine impression of the rare second state, 

having the mistakes in the spelling of "Brisacier" and "Secretaire" ; 
and a piece of vellimi, bearing the words " Par la Rayne " and Brisacier's 
signature (Sabin), £93. 

72 Gaspar Charrier (16), third state ; and Marin, Cureau de la Chambre (24), first 

state (Tregaskis), £5 5s. 

73 Alexandre Dupuy (26), third state (F. Daniell), £5 5s. 

74 Frederic Guillaume, Electeur de Brandebourg (30), early impression of the 

only state (F. Daniell), £3 15s. 

75 Marie de Lorraine, Duchesse de Guise (32), third state ; and Louis XIV (42), 

only state (Tregaskis), £3 los. 

76 Denis Marin de la Chataigneraye (50), second state, life-size (Dunthome), £6. 

77 Nicolas de Nicolai (54), first state ; and Antoine Tiurgot de Saint Clair (66), 

early impression of the only state (Dunthome), £9 los. 

78 Nicolas Potier de Novion (56), second state, life-size (Blakeston), £4 5s. 

79 Olivier le Fevre d'Ormesson (58), first state (F. Daniell), £8. 

80 Masson, Magdelene, The Dauphin, life-size (Rimell), £5. 

81 Moyreau, J., J. B. Rebel, after Valeau (Blakeston), £2. 

R. Nanteuil. 

82 Francois de Vendome, Due de Beaufort (R. D. 33), second state (Ellis and 

Smith), £5 IDS. 

83 F. M de la Tour d'Auvergne, Due de Bouillon (49), fine impression of the 

fourth out of five states (F. Daniell), £13. 

84 C. d'Albert d'Ailly, Due de Chaulnes (65), second state, life-size (Blakeston), 

£5 los. 

85 Leon le Bouthillier, Comte de Chavigny (66), fine impression of the only state : 

and Pierre Bouchu (47), second state (Tregaskis), £3. 



338 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

86 Prince de Conde (79), fine impression of the only state (Quaritch), £13. 

87 Bernard de Foix, Due d'Espemon (91), second state, (Rimell), £2 i8s. 

88 Charles de la Porte, Due de la Meilleraye (iiS), second state, (F. Daniell), £15 5s. 

89 Guillaume de Lamoignon (119), first state (Quaritch), £4. 
go Guillaume de Lamoignon (128) only state (Quaritch) ,£6. 

91 Michel le Tellier (12S), early impression of the only state (Sabin), £14 15s. 

92 Mchel le Tellier (131), early impression of the only state (Dunthome), £12 los. 

93 Charles Maurice le Tellier (138), early impression of the only state (Gutekunst), 

£3 5S. 

94 Charles Maurice le Tellier (140), first state (Blakeston), £3 ids. 

95 H. A. de Lomenie de Brienne (148), first state (Colnaghi & Obach), £6. 

96 Jean Loret (150), second state ; and F. Lotin de Chamy (151), third out of five 

states (Rimell), £6 los. 

97 Duchesse de Savoie (169), second state ; and Cardinal Mazarin (1S7), third 

state (Tregaskis), £5. 

98 Jean de Mesgrigny (190), first state; and Henri de Mesmes (191), first state 

(Colnaghi), £5. 

99 Jean Antoine de Mesmes (192), first state ; Matthieu Mole (194), early impression 

of the only state (Blakeston), £5 i8s. 
100 Pierre Seguier (222), first state (Colnaghi & Obach), £5. 
loi Franfois Servien (225), first state ; and another of the same, in the third state 

(Colnaghi & Obach), £6. 

102 Claude Thevenin (231), second out of four states (Jurgens), £2. 

103 H. de la Tour d'Auvergne, Vicomte de Turenne (232), third state (Sabin), £20. 

104 Picart, S., Madame de Montespan (Sotheran), £5 15s. 

105 Schmidt, G. F., Jean Baptiste Silva, after H. Rigaud ; and J. G. VVille, by 

J. G. Miiller, after J. B. Greuze (Reader), £2 los. 



106 Drevet, P., Maria Serre, after H. Rigaud ; and F. J. Talma, by Aubert, after 

HoUier (Tregaskis), £1 12s. 

G. Edelinck. 

107 Antoine Arnauld ; Pierre Vincent Berlin ; and Sainte Madeleine (Reader), £1 12s. 
308 Pierre de Carcavy ; Nicholas de Blampignon ; and Jacques Blanchard 

(Tregaskis), £1. 

109 Philippe de Champagne (Jurgens), £2 los. 

no Jean Baptiste Michel Colbert; and Charles Colbert, Marquis de Croissy (Tre- 
gaskis), £2 i6s. 

111 Jean Baptiste de Blye ; Rene Descartes ; Philippe CoUot ; and Amand d'Ossat 

(Tregaskis), £2 8s. 

112 John Dryden (Tregaskis), £2. 

113 Renie du Laury ; Claude Berbier du Metz ; Guillaume du Vair ; and Antoine 

Furetiere (Reader), £1 i6s. 

114 Madame Helyot ; Henri Goltzius ; and Albert Durer (Treg'askis), £2 8s. 

115 Jean de la Fontaine, early impression, before the engraver's name ; and another 

impression, with the engraver's name (Tregaskis), £1. 
117 Michel le Tellier (R. D. 243) ; the same (R. D. 244) ; and Charles Maurice le 

Tellier (Tregaskis), £2 4s. 
119 Raimond Poisson in the character of " Crispin" (Tregaskis), £1. 

124 Edward Colbert, Marquis de Villacerf (Dunthorne), £7. 

125 'Larmessin, de, Louis XIV (Tregaskis), £2 6s. 

126 Lombart, P., Joannes Dallaeus, after W. Vailliant ; and Carolus, Due de la 

Vieuville, after J. Dieu (Tregaskis), £1. 



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R. Nanteuil. 
329 A. Barillon de Morangis (R. D. 31), only state ; and P. R. de Beaiimanoir de 
Lavardin (34), first state (Reader), £1 6s. 

130 Pompone de Belliftvre (36), second state ; and F. Blondeau (40), only state 

(Parsons), £i 8s. 

131 F. M. de La Tour d'Auvergne, Due de Bouillon (48), second state ; and Victor 

le Bouthilller (54), third state (Colnaghi & Obach), £2 as. 

132 Marie de Bragelogue (57), second out of four states (Colnaghi & Obach), £6 5s. 

133 Jean Chapelain (60), second state ; and F. de Clennont-Tonnerre (68), (Reader), 

£i los. 
334 Pierre du Cambout Coislin (69), first state (Reader), £z los. 

135 H. J. de B. Due d'Enghien (go), only state ; and John Evelyn (Parsons), £2 12s. 

136 H. Feret (95), first state ; H. de Guenegaud (106), first state ; and the same, 

in the second state (Reader), £2 14s. 

137 L. Hesselin (iio), second state ; P. Jeanin (112), only state ; and M. le Masle 

(126), first state (Lindow), £1 14s. 

138 M. le Tellier (128), second state; and another cf the same (130), only state 

(Dunthorne), £1 i8s. 

139 F. de la Mothe le Vayer (Dunthorne), £1 los. 

141 Cardinal Mazarin (175), second state, and another of the same (177), third 
state (Dunthorne), £2 los. 

143 H. de S. Due de Nemours (198), third state : and F. T. de Nesmond (201), 

only state (Mallinson), £1 i8s. 

144 F. Nesmond (202), second state ; F. de Neufville (203) ; and P. Payen Deslandes 

(210), only state (Lindow), £2. 

145 Cardinal de Retz (217) ; and P. Seguier de Saint-Brisson (224), only state 

(Dunthorne), £i 4s. 

146 Denis Talon (229), life-size head (Dunthorne), £1 i8s. 

147 Pitau, N., Alexander Paul Petavius, after C. le Feure (Reader), £1 3s. 

148 Schuppen, P. van, Bernard de Foix de la Valetta, Due d'Espemon, after P. 

Mignard (Reader), £1 los. 

149 Schuppen, P. van, Pierre Ignace de Braux, after Beaubrun ; and Louis XIV, 

after N. Mignard (Dunthorne), £3 7s. 

150 Suyderhoef, J., Andreas Rivetus, after P. Dubordieu (Dunthorne), 14s. 

152 Vermeulen, C, J. de Mezetin, after F. de Troy (Reader), £t. 12s. 

153 Vermeulen, C, Nicolas Vander Borcht, after Sir A. Van Dyck (Dunthorne), i6s. 

154 Wille, J. G., Maurice de Saxe, after H. Rigaud ; Anne of Austria, by L. Visscher, 

after Vanloo (Reader), £1 i6s. 



155 Reynolds, Sir J., Lady Beauchamp, by W. Nutter, etched letter proof (F. 

Daniell), £12. 
is6 Augustus Henry, Duke of Grafton, by C. Turner, after J. Hoppner (Parsons), 

£2 I2S. 

157 Lord Hawkesbury, by H. Meyer, after J. Hoppner (Parsons), £1. 
159 Fox hunting, by Reeve, after D. Wolstenhohne, set of four, aquatints, in colours 
(Sabin), £38. 

Property of Dr. Ridley, Croydon. 

162 AflJeck, A. F., Grand Canal, Venice, signed artist's proof, etching (Maggs), 

£3 14s- 

163 Appleton, T. G., The cottage girl, after T. Gainsborough, signed artist's procf, 

in colours (Reader), i8s. 

164 Cutler, Cecil, King Edward VII, colom-ed lithograph (Fores), £2 14s. 



340 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

165 Sadler, W. Dendy, A Nightcap, and The cup that cheers, by J. Dobie, a pair, 

signed remarque proofs, etchings (Whitcombe), £2 12s. 

166 Sadler, W. Dendy, Patience, by C. H. Bouchier, signed remarque proof, etching 

(Brail), 14s. 

167 Sadler, W. Dendy, \\'edding bells, by J. Dobie, signed remarque proof, etching 

(Oliver), £1 14s. 
16S Dicksee, Herbert, Caesar, " I belong to the King," signed remarque proof, on 
vellum, etching (Whitcombe), £3 7s. 

169 Dkksee, Herbert, Peril, signed artist's proof, on vellum, etching (Fores), ti 23. 

170 Dicksee, Herbert, Girl driving cows through a village, signed artist's proof, 

on vellum, etching (Brail), i8s. 

171 Dicksee, Herbert, Cinderella, signed artist's proof, on vellum, etching (Brail), 

£1 8s. 

172 Dicksee, Herbert, His Majesty, signed artist's proof, etching (Brail), 8s. 

173 Farquharson, J., The sun had closed the winter's day, by H. Sedcole, signed 

artist's proof (Whitcombe), £5. 

174 Fitton, Hedley, St. Etienne Beauvais, signed artist's proof, etching (Tooth), £15. 

175 Fitton, Hedley, Church of the three kings, St. Emilion, Guyenne, signed 

artist's proof, etching (Maggs), £10 los. 

176 Fitton, Hedley, St. Hillary, Poictiers, signed artist's proof, etching (Maggs), £8. 

177 Haig, A. H., Palazzo Ca'doro, Venice, signed artist's proof, etching (Pyke), 

£1 IIS. 

178 Haig, A. H., Palazzo Contarini, signed artist's proof, etching (Pyke), £1. 

179 Hayes, G., St. Maclou, Rouen, signed artist's proof, etching (Connell), 

£1 lis. 

180 Henderson, W., Lady Hamilton, as a Bacchante, after G. Romney, signed 

artist's proof, in colours (Whitcombe), £1 is. 

181 Henderson, W., The Duchess of Devonshire, after T. Gainsborough, signed 

artist's proof, in colours (James), £1 12s. 

182 Henderson, W., Miss Moncrieff, after Sir H. Raebum, signed artist's proof, 

in colours (H. Graves & Co.), £1 12s. 

183 Hunt, W. Holman, Lady of Shalot, by J. D. Miller, signed artist's proof (Brail), 

5S. 

184 Hirst, Norman, Salisbury Cathedral from the Avon, after J. Constable, signed 

artist's proof (Brail), £2 13s. 

186 Macbeth, R. W., Rainy day, after F. Walker, signed artist's proof, etching 

(Schwabacher), £1 3s. 

187 Meissonier, J. L. E., Cavaliers halting, by L. Ruet, signed remarque proof, on 

vellum, etching (Dunthorne), £2 2S. 

188 Meissonier, J. L. E., General de Saxe, by L. Ruet, signed remarque proof, on 

vellum, etching (Dunthorne), £2 4s. 

189 Meissonier, J. L. E., La Voyageur, by L. Ruet, signed remarque proof, 

on vellum, etching (Dunthorne), £3 6s. 

190 Meissonier, J. L. E., Lecture de Diderot, by L. Ruet, signed remarque proof, 

on vellum, etching (Brail), £1. 

191 Salles, Leon, Lady Hamilton, after J. Downman, signed proof, in colours, on 

vellum (H. Graves & Co.), £1 2s. 

192 Smythe, R., Kitty Fischer, signed artist's proof, in colours (Vicars), £2. 

193 Sparkes, N., Waterloo Bridge, signed artist's proof (Connell), £2. 

194 Sparkes, N., London Bridge, signed artist's proof (Parsons), £2 8s. 

195 Sparkes, N., Wimborne Minster, Dorset, signed artist's proof (Parsons), 5s. 

196 Sparkes, N., Wessex Cottages, Charminster, near Dorchester, signed artist's 

proof (Parsons), £1 los. 



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197 Walker, F. S., Miss Bowles, after Sir J. Reynolds, signed artist's proof, in 

colours (Brail), 14s. 

198 Watson, C. J., Rue Chapelle de I'Esprit, near Abbeville, signed artisfs proof, 

etching (Brail), £2 6s. 

199 Wilson, S. E., Mrs. Musters, after G. Romney, signed artist's proof, in colours 

(Schwabacker), £8 15s. 

200 Wyllie, W. L., Proclaiming our sailor King, signed remarque proof, on vellum, 

etching (Brail), £1 los. 



201 Cameron, D. Y., Ambois ( ), 15s. 

202 Cameron, D. Y., The Turkish fort, signed (, ), £11. 

203 Cameron, D. Y., Charterhouse. The chapel and cloisters, the towers of Charter- 

house, the chapel and founder's tomb, and Charterhouse Schools ( ), 

£1 6s. 

204 Cameron, D. Y., Arran ; Perth Bridge ; and a Norman village ( ), £1 gs. 

205 Cameron, D. Y., Little devil of Florence, special proof signed ( ), £9 los. 

206 Cameron, D. Y., Ponte del Trinita, Florence, signed ( ), £9. 

to7 Cameron, D. Y., Holyxood, signed ( ), £26. 

215 Diirer, A., The Virgin and Child seated on a bank, and crowned by an Angel, 

pen and bistre (Colnaghi), £1. 
234 Leyden, L. van. Adoration of the kings, pen and bistre (Coates), £1. 
^35 Leyden, L. van, Landscape with figures and buildings, pen and ink, and 

water-colours (Parsons), £2 i6s. 
240 Biggio, Francia, Study for the Virgin, red chalk (Maggs), £1 8s. 

Property of the late M. P. W. Boulton. 

247 Algernon Sidney, mezzotint ( ), £1 los. 

248 Barnard, W., Lord Nelson, after L. F. Abbott ( ), £14 los. 

^50 Burke, T., Queen Charlotte, after A. Kaufiman ( ), £r los. 

252 Faber, J., Oliver Cromwell, after Sir P. Lely ( ), £25 los. 

253 Faithorne, W., John Dryden, after J. Closterman ( ) £5. 

254 Fisher, E., Benjamin Franklin, after M. ChamberUn ( ), £10 15s. 

255 Keating, G., Lord Nelson, after H. Singleton ( ), £8. 

256 Laurie, R., Richard Earl Howe, after P. Mequignon, open-letter proof ( ), 

£14 10s. 

257 Marton, D., L. F. Roubiliac, after A. Carpentiers, proof before all letters 

(ElUs & Smith), £6. 

258 Reynolds, S. W., Young lady, after C. F. de Breda (Parsons), £2 12s. 

259 Reynolds, S. W., James Watt, after C. F. de Breda, etched letter proof (Ellis 

and Smith), £5 ros. 

260 Reynolds, S. W., General Harris (woimded at Bunker's Hill), after Devis ; 

and another (Breun), £1 8s. 

261 Smith, J., Henry Booth, Lord de la Mer, after Sir G. Kneller ; and Matthew 

Prior, by J. Simon, after J. Richardson (F. Daniell), £3 17s. 6d. 

262 Watson, T., John Paterson, after Sir J. Reynolds ; and two others by difierent 

engravers, both in proof state (Parsons), £2 i8s. 

ENGLISH HISTORICAL PORTRAITS 
(By early line engravers). 

263 Mary Queen of Scots, ascribed to W. Hollar (Sabin), £2 8s. 

264 Blooteling, A., Edward, Lord Montague, after Sir P. Lely ; and Robert 

DevereuN, Earl cf Essex, by a different engraver (Dunthorne), £2 2S. 



342 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

265 Dalen, C. van, Charles II, after R. Nason, first state, before the crown (Pawsey 

and Payne), £13 los. 

266 Dalen, C. van, Henry, Duke of Gloucester, after S. Luttichuys ; and another 

(Lindow), £1 12s. 

267 Delaram, F., Sir Thomas Gresham (Dunthorne), £1 los. 

268 Droeshout, Martin, William Shakespeare, the frontispiece to the fourth foUo, 

published 1685 (Parsons), £15. 

W. Faithorne. 

269 Sir Orlando Bridgeman ; Robert Bayfield, first state ; and Edward Boys 

(Parsons), £1 14s. 

270 Charles II, when Prince of Wales (Maggs), £2 2S. 

272 Henry, Earl of Holland, first state (F. Daniell), £1 i8s. 

273 James II, when Duke of York, first state (Colnaghi), £11 los. 

274 John la Motte (Colnaghi), i6s. 

275 Edward, Lord Littleton, first state (Colnaghi), £8 5s. 

275 John Viscount Mordaimt, centre of print inlaid ; and Thomas Mace, first 
state (Dunthorne), £3 los. 

277 Sir William Sanderson, first state ; Francis Rous ; and Sir John Ogle (Rimell), 

£2. 

278 Sir Henry Spelman (F. Daniell), £1 los. 

279 Sir Thomas Stanley ; Sir Francis Vere ; and Sir Horace Vere (Sabin), £2 2S. 

280 George Rudolph Weckerlin (Dimthome), £1. 

281 Glover, G., Sir Edward Dering, after C. Johnson (Ellis), los. 

282 Jode, P. de, James I of England, and Anne of Denmark, a pair (Ellis), £r i6s. 

283 Leeu, T. de. Sir Francis Drake, after J. Rabel (Sabin), £7 los. 

284 Loggan, D., Robert Stafford de Bradfield, proof before all letters (Lindow), 

£3 5S. 

285 Loggan, D., Nathaniel Crewe, after Sir G. Kneller ; Peter Mews ; and Edward 

Waterhouse (Colnaghi & Obach), £r 2S. 

286 Loggan, D., Thomas Fuller; and John Wallis (Parsons), i6s. 

287 Lombart, P., Oliver Cromwell, after C. A. Vandyck (Borrison), £5 los. 

288 Marshall, W., Sir F. Bacon (Maggs), £1 6s. 

289 Passe, Crispin de. Queen Elizabeth, whole-length, in the dress in which she 

went to St. Paul's to return thanks for the defeat of the Armada, after Isaac 
Oliver (F. Daniell), £35. 

290 Passe, Crispin de, Charles I, when Prince of Wales (Ellis), £1 8s. 

291 Nanteuil, R., John Evelyn (Pawsey &. Payne), £2 8s. 

292 Sichem, K., Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester (Dunthorne), los. 

293 Valck, G., Nell Gwynne, after Sir P. Lely (Parsons), £8. 

294 Valck, G., Duchess of Mazarin, after Sir P. Lely (Rimell), £3 15s. 

295 Vertue, G., Benjamin Johnson ; John Milton ; Wynton Fox ; and Sir Ralph 

Winwood (Dunthorne), £2. 

FOREIGN HISTORICAL PORTRAITS, ETC. 
(By early line engravers). 
306 Dante surrounded by other celebrated poets, after Giorgio Vasari (Dunthorne), 

£4 los. 
308 Gabrielle d'Estrees (Sabin), £3. 

310 Aldegrever, H., Martin Luther (Barnard), £1 i8s. 

311 Akeesloot, W., Frederick Henry, Count of Nassau (F. Daniell), £2. 

312 Briot, J., Henry IV of France lying in state, after Quesnel (Danniston), £13. 

313 DelfE, W. J., Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden (Colnaghi), £4 7s. 



April I and 2, 1912. 343 

314 Edelinck, G., Albert Diirer, proof before all letters ; and the same, in print 

state (Reader), £2 4s. 

315 Hopfer, Charles V of Germany and the Emperor Maximilian (Barnard), £i 2S. 

316 Kiesser, E., The Coronation of the King and Queen of Bohemia (Maggs), £1 i8s. 

317 Leeu, T. de, Catherine de Bourbon (Colnaghi), £3 15s. 

318 Leeu, T. de, Marie de Medicis enthroned as Justice (Dunthome), £5. 

319 Lombart, P., Charles V of Germany (F. Daniell), £1 12s. 

320 MuIIer, J., The Archduke Albert and the Infanta Isabella, after P. P. Rubens, 

a pair (Parsons), £5. 

321 Muller, J., Maiirice, Prince of Nassau, after J. Mierevelt (F. Daniell), £6. 

322 Masson, A., Cardinal Prince Theodosius de la Tour d'Auvergne, after N. 

Mignard, first state ; and two others, by different engravers (Pawsey and 
Payne), £11. 

323 Passe, C. de, Frederick, King of Bohemia, and Maria, Infanta of Spain, after 

S. de Passe (Ellis), £r 8s. 

324 Passe, C. de. Archduke Albert of Austria (Ellis), £1 2s. 

325 Passe, C. de, Frederick, King of Bohemia ; and Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia 

and daughter of James I of England ; and another impression of the same 
(Ellis), £2 14s. 

326 Passe, W. de, Maurice, Prince of Nassau (Ellis), £6. 

327 Pontius, P., Francis Thomas Prince de Carignan (Parsons), £1 6s. 

328 Pontius, P., Philip IV of Spain ; and Elizabeth of Bourbon, after P. P. Rubens 

a pair (Dennison), £5 5s. 

329 Suyderhoef, J., Man holding a pen, after F. Hals (Dunthome), £16 163. 

330 Suyderhoef, J., Samuel Ampzingi, after F. Hals, early impression before 

AUardt's address (Dunthome), £4 los. 

331 Visscher, C, Hadrianus Pauw, after Honthorst (F. Daniell), £5 15s. 

332 Visscher, C, Cardinal Philippus Rovenius ; and Nicolas Lanier, by L. Vorster- 

mans (Ramaix), £3. 

333 Wierix, J., Duke of Parma (Dimthome), £1. 

334 Wille, J. G., Jean Baptiste Masse, after L. Tocque (Reader), £1 i8s. 



344 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



April 15, 1912. Christie's. 

DRAWING. 

1 Constable, Brighton beach : and Sunshine after shower, sepia (Schnell), 

£8 8s. 

PICTURES. 

2 Allten, Cockfighting, a pair, panel — loj X 13 (Money), £6 i6s. 6d. 

3 Bonington, Landscape, with windmill and figures — iij x 15^ (Leger), £$ 5s. 

4 Constable, Woody landscape, with cattle, panel — 13^ X 11 (Wagner), £3 3s. 

5 Constable, Village ; and Hayfield, a pair — 4J X 61 (Schnell), £12 12s. 

6 Crome, Sandy road, with two boys — 12 X 12^ (Wagner), £2 2S. 

7 Huet, J. B., Landscapes, with peasants and animals, a pair, oval — 21 X 17 

(Sabin), £183 15s. 

8 Jos6, C, 1837, Horse in a stable — 24J X 29i (Misell, junr.), 12s. 

9 Lawrence School. Lady, in white dress, with pink sash, and pearl necklace — 

29 X 24 (Tooth), £71 8s. 

10 E. H. L., 1824, A setter— 13J X i6i (Tooth), £27 6s. 

11 Lucas, H. F., 1885, Portrait of " The Bard " — I9i X 25} (Misell, junr.), 5s. 

13 Morland, Landscapes, with gipsies, a pair ; and Landscape, with cottage, 

panel (Misell, junr.), £1 is. 

14 Nasmyth, P., Landscape, with peasant and two sheep, panel — 8J X I2i 

(Vicars), £96 12s. 

15 Nasmyth, Landscape, with cottages near a pool, panel — 7j X 9J (Wagner), 

£5. 

16 Nattier, Maria Leczinska, in red dress — 24J X 20} (Cohen), £50 8s. 



DRAWINGS. 

17 Jean, P., 1802, Girl, in white frock, seated, holding a book — 8J X 6| (Renton), 

£2 i2s. 6d. 

18 Downman, J., A.R.A., Mrs. Wolff, in grey dress, seated; red curtain back- 

ground — iii X 8J (Himans), £25 4s. 

19 Girtin, T., Windsor ; and Durham, a pair — 13 X i8i (Painter), £5 5s. 

20 Rowlandson, T., Town Hall, Ipswich — 5I X 9J (Miller), £6 6s. 

21 Cipriani, G. B., R.A., The elements, black and red chalk, set of four, circular — 

9 J kis. diam. (Lenygon), £11 iis. 

PASTELS. 

22 Russell, J., R.A., An officer of the ist Bolton Volunteers, in scarlet coat with 

blue facings ; white stock, and powdered hair, signed and dated 1787, 
oval— 23J X i7i (Grant), £35 14s. 

23 Russell, J., R.A., Gentleman, in blue coat with brass buttons; black and 

white stock ; powdered hair, signed, and dated 1786, oval — 23J X 17} 
(Grant), £35 14s. 

24 Russell, J., R.A., Gentleman, in blue coat, with white vest and stock ; pow- 

dered hair, oval — 23^ X 17 (Ellis), £10 los. 

25 Russell, J., R.A., Richard Loxham Whitehead, Esq., of Bolton, in green coat, 

with white vest and stock, oval — 23^ X i7i (Ellis), £10 ids. 

PICTURES. 

26 Vanaken, A., Fish and still life on a slab ; and Fresh and salt-water fish, and a 

cat, a pair — 38J x 53 (White), £12 12s. 



April 15, 1912. 345 

27 Hoadecoeter, Domestic poultry and pigeons in a garden — 32^ X 53 (Ellis), 

£21. 

28 De Vos, Madonna and Child, enthroned, with saints and angels, panel — 37 X 44 

(Beale), £6 6s. 

29 Dutch School. Cook-maid, at a window, panel — SJ X 6J (Justice), £1 iis. 6d. 

30 Kneller School. Gentleman, in brown coat with white cravat — 29 X 24 

(Richardson), £2 2S. 

31 & 32 Early EngUsh School. Lady, in blue dress with black lace fichu — 

sSJ X 24 : Lady, in white dress, with blue scarf — 29 X 24 (Leger), £3 3s. 

33 Beeldemaker, Dogs, in landscapes, a pair — 17* X 22 J (Richardson), £3 3s. 

34 Raeburn School. Mrs. Campbell, of Barbreck, in green dress, and white 

lace cap — 24 X 19! (Gray), £3 13s. 6d. 

35 Ostade, Gentleman, at a table on which are some books, panel — 7i X 6i 

(Schnell), £52 los. 

36 Ostade, Two figures at a doorway, pane! — loj X 8J (Cohen), £25 4s. 

37 Italian School. Madonna and Child, with Saint John and a monk — 13^ X rri 

(Marston), 15s. 

38 Lawrence, George Canning, in black coat with white stock — 29J X 24J (Tooth), 

£16 i6s. 

39 Romney, Laurence Sterne, in dark dress, seated — 29! X 24 J (Cooke), £14 143. 

40 Hoppner, Admiral John Jervis, Earl St. Vincent, in blue coat — 29i X 244 

(Cooke), £4 14s. 6d. 

41 Romney, Lady Craven, in white dress, with a dog — 14J x loj (Hahn) 

£7 7s. 

42 Watteau, The Castanette-player — 12J X 9 (Schnell), £57 15s. 

43 Home, Robert, Lieut.-Colonel John BailUe, Director of the East India Com- 

pany, 1823, in military coat — 15 x i2i (Meynell), £31 los. 

44 Wolfsen, A., Gentleman, in brown dress ; and Lady, holding a rose, a pair — 

20J x 16J (Harper), £14 14s. 

45 Kneller School. The seven bishops, oval portraits, in ornamental frames, on 

one canvas — 29 X 24 (Cohen), £4 4s. 

46 Carracci, The crucifixion — 31* X 16J (Cohen), £2 2S. 

47 Garofalo, Madonna and Child, with Saint Sebastian, Saint Jerome, and a 

female donor, panel — 18J x 12.V (withdrawn). 

48 Teniers, Woody landscape, with peasants, panel — 16 X 25 (Arthur), £6 i6s 6d. 

49 Early British School. Lady, in black dress, with white rufi and head-dress — 

29i X 24i (WiUis), £4 4S. 

50 Wouverman, Returning from the chase, panel — i8J X 25 (Wagner), £11 os. 6d. 

51 Nasmyth, Edinburgh from Stockbridge — 35 X 50 (Leggatt), £11 os. 6d. 

52 Kessel, W. van, Interiors, with figures, a pair — 19 x i.i (Wagner), £2 2s. 

53 Loutherboiurgh, P. J. de, R.A., Rocky coast scene, with boats and figures — 

26i x 35 (Marsh), £6 6s. 

54 Pannini, Roman bath, with figures — 39 x 49 (Wagner), £9 19s. 6d. 

55 Mierevelt, Gentleman, holding his gloves ; and Lady, in grey dress, holding a 

fan, a pair — 36 x 27j (Cohen), £89 5s. 

56 Early English School. Boy, in green coat, with fur cap — 13 x iij (Coombs), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

57 Canaletto, Doge's palace and Campanile, Venice, with boats and figiires — 

43i X ^7 (Cohen), £39 i8s. 

58 Peters, View of Dordrecht, with sailing-boats and figures — 34 x 49J (Ellis), 

£48 6s. 

59 Kneller School. Sir William Douglas, in red coat and vest — 49 X 39 (Bell), 

£6 6s. 



346 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



60 Kneller School. Gentleman, in armour, with the riband of the Garter — 

49i X 39i (Willis), £7 7s. 
6i Eardwell, T., Young lady, in white and blue dress, with pearl ornaments ; 

signed, and dated 1747 — 35J x 27J (Shepherd), £48 6s. 

62 Flemish School. The five senses, a set of five — 43 X 35i (Schroeder), £50 8s. 

63 Fabris, An eruption of Mount Vesuvius, with figures and animals : Moonlight ; 

dated 1769 — 40 X 60 (Osbom), £1 iis. 6d. 

64 Early English School. Miss Arabella Wickham, in white dress, holding some 

flowers — 2ii X 16J (Wickham), £25 4s. 

65 Bril, P., Forest scenes, with skirmishes of cavalry, a pair — 45 X 65 (Smith), 

£22 IS. 

66 Dicksee, T. F., 1849, Mrs. Penford, in dark dress and white cap — 29J X 24J 

(White), £4 14s. 6d. 

67 Pater, Party of ladies bathing — 19 X 31 (Tente), £8 8s. 

68 Hoppner, Head of a lady — 20J x 16J (Leger), £12 12s. 

69 Hogarth, Edward and Martha Brace, seated in a landscape — 24i X 29^ 

(Harper), £8 8s. 

70 Baroccio, Repose in Egypt — 28J X 35 (Trevelyan), £13 13s. 

71 Lawrence School. Gentleman, in black coat with white stock — 29 X 24 

(Wood), £7 5S. 

72 Spanish School. Lady, in dark dress with lace ruff, holding a fan — 61 X 39 

(Glass), £51 9s. 

73 Early English School. Lady, in pink dress, oval — i2i X loj (Leger), £5 5s. 

74 Ramsay, Allan, Gentleman, in dark coat and vest, with white stock, oval ; 

signed, and dated 1750 — 29J X 24J (Pawsey & Payne), £5 5s. 

75 Bartolommeo, Monk preaching, panel — iij X 9 J (Allworthy), £2 2S. 

76 Jongh, L. de. Gentleman, in black coat and brown vest — 29J X 24J (Arthiir), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

77 Rubens and Snyders (after), Boar hunt, by O. Wustlich, 1859, on porcelain — 

i7i X 27 (Wise), £4 4S. 

78 Netscher, G., Lady, in flowered dress, seated — 17 X 14 (Greville), £5 5s. 

79 Peters, Rev. W., R.A., Hebe— 35 x 27^ (E. P. Turner), £30 9s. 

80 Hogarth, Lady, in pink dress— 22 X 19 (Carfax), £11 iis. 

81 Bega, C. P., Figures playing cards, panel — SJ x 8i (Glen), £3 3s. 

82 Keyser, T. de. Head of an old woman, with white ruff, panel — 6J X 5|- (Reyre), 

£5 5S. 

83 Wouverman, Sandy landscape, with horseman and figures — 17J X 20J 

(Turner), £11 iis. 

64 Lely, Countess of Digby, in blue dress, oval — 29 X 24J (Major Shaw), 

£6 1 6s. 6d. 

65 Poussin, Woody landscapes, with buildings and figures, a pair — la X i5i 

(Ellis), £2 I2S. 6d. 

86 Unknown, Sporting dogs, a set of four, panel — 6i X 9 (Fores), £5 los. 

87 Albano, Baptism of Christ — 28^ x 22 J (Artlees), £i iis. 6d. 

88 Early English School. Gentleman, in red coat with white stock — 29 X 24 

(Lacey), £57 15s. 

89 Lambrechts, C, Market figures — 22 X 18J (Cohen), £5 5s. 

90 Early English School. Young girl in a landscape, oval — 18 X 23 (Leger), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

91 Dutch School. Duchess of Richmond, in white dress, with black lace veil — 

39i X 33J (Wilkes), £5 5s. 

92 Dutch School. Frozen river scene, with buildings, sledges and numerous 

figures, panel — 19 x 31 (Baerlein), £5 5s. 



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93 Dutch School. Mouth of a river, with sailing-boats and buildings, panel — 

15 X 2ii (Grant), £5 15s. 6d. 

94 Lancret, Garden scene, with ladies and gentlemen by a lake — 21 X 25 (Leger), 

£22. 

95 Lely, Duke of Monmouth, in Garter robes — 48 X 36 (Sabin), £16 i6s. 

96 Breuguel, van Balen, and van Kessel, landscape, with figures representing 

the elements, birds, fish, and insects, panel — 21 X 29 (Streletskie), £14 3s. 6d. 

97 French School. Lady, in brown dress, with a cap and feathers, holding a 

letter — 29^ X 24i (Parsons), £21. 

98 Early English School. Gentleman, in blue coat with white stock — 27 X 23 

(Ryde), £7 7s. 

99 Early English School. Gentleman, in dark coat, seated, holding a paper — 

35 X 27 (James), £6 6s. 
100 Campidoglio, Fruit — 24 X 29 (Cohen), £5 15s. 6d. 
loi Fyt, Jan, Dog and dead birds — 37 X 58 (Cohen), £7 7s. 

102 Bassano, Christ throwing out the money-changers — 38 X 52J (Buck), £4 4s. 

103 Mytens. Gentleman, in white dress, with fur cloak ; and Lady, in white dress, 

with blue scarf, in ovals, a pair — 29 X 24 (Parsons), £42. 

104 Fyt, Jan, Dead deer, with dog and dead game — 74i X 50 (Harper), £10 los. 

105 Baptiste, J., Flowers, in terra-cotta vases, a pair — 32^ X 27 (Cohen), £13 2S. 6d. 

106 Moroni, Head of a gentleman, with red cap, panel — 19J X 15 (Hunter), 

£7. I2S 6d. 

107 Steen, Jan, Man and woman, seated on a bench conversing — I4f X ii|; 

(Glen), £6 i6s. 6d. 

108 Duck, Jan, Cavalier singing, and lady playing a lute, panel — 13 X loj (Cohen), 

£14 14s. 

109 Snellincks, Woody landscapes, with buildings, figures and horses, a pair — 

i6i X 24} (Yeo), £94 los. 
no Sassoferrato, Madonna and Child, with Saint Catherine and angels — 52 X 43 
(James), £18 i8s. 

111 Sarto, Del, The Marys at the sepulchre, panel — 71 X 58 (Poole), £21. 

112 Murillo, The annunciation ; and A pieta, a pair — 49 X 37 (Poole), £8 8s. 

113 Sarto, Del, Madonna and Child, panel — 32^ X 25 (Newell), £10 lof. 

114 Morland, Winter scene, with figures and wagon before a cottage — 27i X 35! 

(Shaw), £2 I2S. 6d. 

115 KneUer, Sir G., Gentleman, in brown dress, standing on a terrace — 92J X 56J 

(Bruce), £8 8s. 

116 Wouverman, Battle piece — 38 X 53 (James), £25 4s. 

117 Vincent, Country lane, with sand-pit, figures and animals — 30 X 41^ (Rich- 

mond), £57 15s. 

118 Gil, A., Simon BoUvar, President of Colombia, in black dress embroidered 

with gold— 28J X 23J (Wyatt), £2 12s. 6d. 
iig Muys, W., 1741, P. van Shayer, in blue coat, holding a drawing of a ship — 
33i X 25i (Parsons), £4 4s. 

120 KneUer, Henry Sedgwick, in grey cloak — 48 X 38 (Fleischner), £7 7s. 

121 Lely, General Monk, with breastplate and flowing wig — 48 X 40 (Leger), 

£5 5S. 

122 Hudson, Richard, fourth Earl of Cork, in yellow dress — 49 x 39 (Buck), 

£6 6s. 

123 KneUer, Prince Eugene, in breastplate with flowing wig, oval — 35 X 27 

(Bull), £5 5s. 

124 Roslin, Empress Catherine II, in white dress, with jewels — 26i X 2i (Pawsey 

and Payne), £8 i8s. 6d. 



348 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

123 Velde, Van de, Landing of William of Orange— 39 X 49J (Pawsey & Payne), 

£37 i6s. 
ij6 Bent, Van der, Woody landscape, with peasant and animals — 25 X 30^ 

(Yeulett), £3 3S. 
iz7 English School. Lord Chancellor Rotherham, in red gown and black cap, 

with chain of office, panel— 27 X 22^ (Wagner), £4 4s. 
r^S Leiy, Sir John Winford, with flowered cloak and white collar, oval — 25 X 22 

(Gooden & Fox), £5 5s. 
izq Zuccarelli, F., R.A., View on the Amo at Florence — -34 X 63 (Leggatt), £5 5s. 

130 Teniers, Interior, with boors smoking, panel — loj X 14! (Reyre), £7 7s. 

131 Lawrence, Lady, in white dress with coral necklace, unframed — 29^ X 25 

(Holmwood), £3 13s. 6d. 
133 Italian School. The dead Christ, with the three Marys, unframed, panel — 
74 X 56 (Graves), £9 gs. 

133 Murillo (after), A beggar-boy — 19J x 15J (Harrison), £2 2s. 

134 Thulden, Van, Madonna and Child, surrounded by cherubs — 54 X 37 (Bale), 

£27 6s. 

135 Snyders, A stag-hunt, panel — 29} X 41J (Lutwyche), £5 5s. 

136 Rembrandt School. Figures feasting, panel — 23J X 34 (Lutwyche), £25 4s. 

137 Havell, W., Dovedale — 28^ X 39i (Romano), £4 4s. 

138 French School. Sir John Vaubrugh, in grey dress, holding a crayon — 35 X 27J 

(Beale), £8 8s. 

139 Kneller, Lady Kyte, in white and red dress — 28 X 23J (Shaw), £9 9s. 

140 Early English School. A divine, in black gown, holding a book — 34I X 27 

(Wyatt), £3 13s. 6d. 
i,(.i Kneller School. Lady, in green dress, holding an orange — 49 X 39 (Wyatt), 
£443. 

142 French School. The egg-seller — 29i X 24i (Shaw), £9 9s. 

143 Oever, H. Ten, Peasant driving cattle — 19 X 24J (Harrison), £4 14s. 6d. 

144 Neer, Van der. River scene, with figures and animals : Twilight — 14! X 18J 

(Leger), £4 4s. 

145 Early English School. Head of girl, with yellow dress — 17J X 14 (Reid), 

£4 4S. 

146 Werfi, Van der, Venus and Cupid — 29 X 24 (Bales), £7 17s. 6d. 

147 Bewick, W., J. Sheridan Knowles, the dramatist, in dark cloak — 35 X 27 J 

(Lipski), £i IIS. 6d. 

148 Kauffman, Lady, in Turkish dress — 28^ X 24 (Parsons), £4 4s. 



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April 19, 19 12. Christie's. 

Property of the late Lord Blantyre, Erskine, Bishopton, 
Renfrewshire. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 River scenes, with ruias, figures and cattle, a pair, gouache — 20 X 26 (Ault), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

2 Landscapes and river scenes, with buildings, figures and animals, set of seven, 

gouache — 14 X igj (Ault), £7 17s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

3 Charity — 38 X 29 (Leger), £7 17s. 6d. 

4 Gentleman, in scarlet coat, holding his rifle, dog by his side — 50 X 40 (Turner), 

i5 5S. 

5 Building of the Tower of Babel, panel — 28i x 38 (Shepherd), £33 I2S. 

6 Head of a laughing man — 20 X 14 (Defordt), £1 iis. 6d. 

7 Baptiste, J., Vase of flowers, with bas-relief of Venus and Cupid — 38^ X 28 

(Leggatt), £28 7s. 

8 Bassano, J., Adoration of the shepherds — 27 X 23 (Wagner), £8 i8s. 6d. 

9 Borgognone, Cavalry engagement — 29J X 35^ (Pafpath), £5 5s. 

10 Bourdon, S., Interior of a Idtchen, with a cook-maid and other figures — 

i8i X 25J (Parsons), £19 19s. 

11 Breughel, J., Rent-day, panel — 28 J X 41 (Van der Vecken), £54 12s. 

13 Bronzino, Head of a lady, with brown dress, and veil, panel — 17 X 11} (Parry), 
£2 2S. 

13 Campidoglio, Vase of flowers and dish of fruit, on a stone ledge — 53J X 44 

(Walker), £6 6s. 

14 Carracci, Polyphemus ; ajid Saint Jerome at his devotions (Wagner), £6 6s. 

15 Castiglione, Benedetto, The creation, unframed — loi X 116 (Parker), £17 17s. 

16 Cotes, F., R.A., Lady, in white dress, with blue cloak ; vase of flowers by her 

side — 48 X 35 (Smith), £17 17s. 

17 Cujrp, Dordrecht, with boats and figures, unframed, panel — 22^ X 34J (Cohen), 

£86 2S. 
i3 Sassoferrato, Head of the Virgin — 14} X iii (Schroeder), £3 13s. 6d. 

19 Guercino, Saint Mark — 30 X 25^ (Defordt), £1 los. 

20 Guido, Christ and the woman of Samaria — 89 X 68J (Defordt), £7 7s. 

21 Heem, J. D. de, Still life on a table : Fruit, lobsters, lemon, a tall silver-gilt 

cup and cover, a flagon, glasses and other objects ; signed with mono- 
gram — 52J X 72 (Martin), £199 los. 

22 Heemskirk, E. van, Interior, with boors regaling — ^16 X 13^ (Wagner), £2 2S. 

23 Hondecoeter, Pigeons and poultry — 18^ X 21 (Hughes), £4 14s. 6d. 

24 Honthorst, Peasant, with bowl of plums — i8i x 2oJ (Partington), £2 12s. 6d. 

25 Italian School. Gentleman, seated in a landscape, with dogs and dead birds — 

100 X 58 (Reid), £5 15s. 6d. 

26 Jordaens, Infant Saviour, vrith cherubs, and flowers — 30J x 24^ (Cohen), 

£8 8s. 

27 Lely, Sir P., Lady, in red and white dress, with pearl ornaments — 29* X 25 1 

(Shepherd), £27 6s. 

28 Locatelli, Woody landscape, with figures and animals near a fountain — 

48J X 68 (Cohen), £ti us. , 



350 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

29 Lootens, Jan, Woody river scene, vrith buildings, bridge and horsemen — 

34 X 47 (Sackville Gallery), £63. 

30 Lootens, Jan, Woody landscape, with woodcutters — 33 X 48 (Van Duren), 

£8 8s. 

31 Lorme, A. de, Interior of a cathedral — 48 X 57i (Cohen), £8 8s. 

32 Lotto, Gentleman, in dark dress and black cap — 18 X 15 (Grose), £1 lis. 6d. 

33 Lundens, G., Peasant making love to a milkmaid, panel — 15 X izf (Arthur), 

£18 i8s. 

34 Manfredi, Fortune-teller, and figiires playing draughts — 52 X 78 (Course), 

£23 2S. 

35 Marcellis, O., Butterflies and serpents ; and Lizard and dragon-fly (Mitson), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

36 Mercier, P., Yoimg lady, in blue dress, seated, holding a kitten — 28i X 23 

(Lewis & Simmons), £94 los. 

37 Jlichau, T., River scene, with boats and figures, on copper— 8 X i5 (Metch- 

kovsky), £8 8s. 

38 Michau, T., Road scenes, vpith peasants, a pair, panel — 9 X 13 (Metchkovsky), 

£10 los. 

39 Miel, Jan, Sportsman, with dogs and dead birds — 13 X 12 (Partington), 

£2 2S. 

40 Orizonte, J., Garden scene ; and Italian landscape, with figures and animals, 

a pair — 53^ X 39 (Cohen), £23 2S. 

41 Orizonte, J., Italian landscapes (2), with buildings and figmres (Defordt), 

£10 lOS. 

42 Ostade, Interior, with boors regaling, panel — 9J X 12} (Markey), £48 6s. 

43 Ovens, Jan, The serenade : A cavalier, with his wife, in a garden ; a lady, 

reading music ; two musicans ; a spaniel and a parrot of red plumage — 
91J X 81J (Lewis & Simmons), £136 los. 

44 Pordenone, Venetian senator, in crimson dress and cap, with inscription and 

coat-of-arms — 60 X 47 (Wagner), £9 9s. 

45 Ribera, Job and his wife — 45 X 34i (Wagner), £12 12s 

46 Ribera, Saint James ; and Saint Francis, a pair — 28J X 24 (Grose), £1 is. 

47 Ricci, S., Christ healing the sick — 18 X 14! (Grose), £2 12s. 6d. 

48 Ricci, S., Saint Anthony being taken up to heaven by angels — 19 X ilj 

(Millar), £4 4s. 

49 Ricci, S., Vision of Saint Anthony, panel — 15 X 8} (Ault), £4 4s. 

50 Rosa, S., Roman soldier ; and Head of an old man, by Ribera (Artemus Tooth) , 

£1 IIS. 6d 

51 Rubens, P. P. (after), Cavalier on horseback — 47 X 32 (Defordt), £17 17s. 

52 Rubens School. Head of a man, with brown cloak and hat, panel — 21 X i8i 

(Wagner), £18 i8s. 

53 Schutz, C, View on the Rhine, with an artist sketching — 13J X i7i (Schuster), 

£6 6s. 

54 Seghers, D., Garlands of flowers, surrounding a picture of the Madorma and 

Child enthroned in glory, on copper — 42 X 28 (Cohen), £46 4s. 

55 Steenwyck, H., Interior of a church, with two figures, panel^ — 9J X 7i (Markey), 

£4 4S. 

56 Sweerts, M., Peasant, with flask and stag — 18| X 14! (Spencer), £2 2S. 

57 Teniers, D., Landscape, with cottage, and two peasants, panel — 13 X 22J 

(Markey), £13 13s. 

58 Teniers, Peasant filling his pipe ; and A smoker, a pair, on copper — 6i X 8 

(Defordt), £73 los. 

59 Teniers, A smoker, on copper ; and Fruit (Millar), £5 15s. 6d. 



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60 Tiepolo School. Halberdier, in a landscape, with a dog — 79 X sij (Arthur), 

£33 I2S. 
6r Titian, Jephthah's vow — 50 X 40 (Leggatt), £6 65. 

62 Uden, Van, Woody landscape, with village, figures and animals — 29 X 38J 

(Van Duren), £z 12s. 6d. 

63 Utrecht, A. van. Children with fruit and vase of flowers, in a landscape — 

57 X 77 (Leger), £38 17s. 

64 Utrecht, A. van. Boy with grapes and fruit, peasant in the background — 

57 X 77 (Leger), £23 2s. 

65 Van Dyck, Sir A. (after), Charles I and his family, by J. S. Harvey, of Greenock, 

unframed — 107 X 80 (Defordt), £4 14s. 6d. 
€6 Van Dyck, Sir A. (after), D. Ryckaert, the artist, seated — 42 X 36 (Cohen), 

£11 IIS. 

67 Van Dyck, Sir A., Adoration of the shepherds, grisaille, panel — 9 X loj 

(Schnell), £23 2S. 

68 Venetian School. Flight into Egypt ; and Holy Family, after Correggio 

(Cohen), £9 9s. 
■69 Wissing, Duchess of Richmond and Lennox, in yellow dress, with blue cloak 
edged with ermine — 93 X 58 (Tooth), £46 4s. 



DRAWING. 

70 Blarenberghe, H. D. van, River scene, with bridge, peasants and animals 

gouache — 5I X 7| (Schnell), £9 gs. 

PICTURES. 

71 Cuyp, A., View on the Dort off Dordrecht, with boats and figures, panel — 

21 X 32 (Gk>udstikker), £60 i8s. 
J2 Goyen, J. van, Frozen river scene, with old buildings and windmill; figures 
with sledges and horses, panel — 26^ X 38 (Huggins), £215 5s. 

73 Jordaens, J., Gentleman, in black dress with white ruff and cuffs, holding a 

book — 41 X 28} (Richardson), £60 i8s. 

74 Wynants, J., Landscape, with sportsmen on a road leading down to a pool, 

panel — ig X 25 (Schnell), £31 ids. 

75 Ruysdael, S. van, River scene, with buildings, boats and cattle, panel — 

16J X 22 (Dowdeswell), £325 los. 

76 Wynants, J., Woody landscape, with peasants and horseman, by J. Lingel- 

bach — 12 X 14 (Schnett), £54 12s. 

77 Goya, F., Celebration of Mass ; and bishop and figures, outside a church, a 

pair, ou zinc — 13J x igj (Parsons), £31 los. 

78 Ochtervelt, J., Lady, in red jacket edged with white fur, holding a lemon 

— 7| X 10 (Schnell), £60 i8s. 

79 Rembrandt, Heads of old men, with brown dresses, a pair, panel — gj X 8 

(Co.'c), £31 los. 

80 Heyden, J . van der, Chateau, among trees on the further bank of a river, panel — 

6i X loj (Dowdeswell), £194 5s. 

81 Bordone, Paris, Lady, in mauve dress, holding her gloves and a book, unframed 

—44 X 36i (Parker), £5 5s. 

82 Breughel, J., A Kent day, with figures merrymaking, panel — 29 X 41 J (Van 

der Veken), £26 5s. 

83 Bosschaert, A., Flowers in glass vase, on stone slab, panel — 19 X 14 (Permain) 

£8 8s. 
B4 Buck, A., Young girl on swing, with her sister standing beside her — 30 X 25 
(Lacey), £1 11?. 6d. 



352 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

85 Tillemans, P., View at Brighton, with ladies and gentlemen near bathing- 

machines — 25 X 30 (Sabin), £16 i6s. 

86 Craesbeeck, J., A toper, panel — 7i X 6^ (Goudstikker), £7 7s. 

87 Marenua, F., Gentleman, in black dress with slashed sleeves and deep white 

collar, standing by a table ou which is his hat ; signed, and dated 1659 — 
79* X 55 (Lawson), £21. 

88 Ruysdael, S. van. River scene, with wagon, ferry, boats, figures and animals, 

panel— 28J X 42J (Sabin), £635 5s. 

89 Musscher, M. van, An astronomer, in red dress, with two attendants ; signed, 

and dated 1671 — 23 X 19^ (Schnell), £252. 

90 Hogarth, Sir Robert Walpole, first Earl of Orford, K.G., in brown coat, wearing 

the Riband and Order of the Garter, oval — 29^ X 25 (Leger), £3 3s. 

91 Weenix, Dead hare, ducks and pigeons — 33^ X 47i (Goudstikker), £15 4s. 6d» 

92 Wouverman, Travelling peasants, with a wagon at a stream — 18J X 24^ 

(Spielman), £65 2s. 

93 Storck, A., Views at Amsterdam, with numerous boats and figures, a pair — 
; loi X iii (Permain), £25 4s. 

94 Vermeulen, A., Frozen river scene, with figures watching a sledge race, panel — 

20i X 28 (VV. Malkey), £13 13s. 

95 School of Van Eyck. Triptych, with Madonna and Child, and two angels in 

the centre ; Saint Christopher and a bishop on either wing, unframed, 
centre panel — 18J X 13J (Schnell), £304 los. 

96 Dutch School. Lady, in yellow dress, with green scarf and pearl ornaments 

pet dog on a cushion — 44! X 37i (Van Duren), £7 17s. 6d. 

97 Pesellino (School of). Crucifixion, panel— 36 X 23^ (Collings), £17 17s. 

98 Ruysdsel, J. van. Landscape, with cottages among trees ; peasants on a road, 

near a pool, panel — ^13 X i7i (Simmons), £21. 

99 Diirer, Gentleman, in fur trimmed coat, playing a spinet — 16J X iif (Christie), 

£35 14s- 
100 Francia, Madonna and Child, enthroned, with Saint John, a knight, a cherub and 

angels, panel— 85 X 58^ (Cohen), £t8 i8s. 
loi Tischbein, J. H., Gentleman, in blue coat and breastplate, with powdered wig — 

32 X 25J (Forbes), £11 iis. 

102 Flemish School. Crucifixion, with the Virgin, the Magdalen, and Saint John, 

panel — 36I X 24 (Glen), £25 4s. 

103 Mierevelt, Gentleman, in black dress, with large white ruff, panel — 39^ X 28 

(Lewes), £36 15s. 

104 Vermeer, Girl, in dark bodice, holdmg a prayer-book — 37 X 28 (Leger), 

£6 6s. 

105 Weenix, J. B., Dead peacock, pheasant, partridge, and still life— 14^ X 37 

(Mawson), £89 5s. 

106 Decker, J. W., Rocky landscape, with the sacrifice of Isaac, panel — 33 X 54 

(Wagner), £4 4s. 

107 Rubens, Landscape, with group of cavaliers and ladies ; chateau beyond — 

42 X 62J (Mildmay), £11 iis. 
io8 Cuyp, A., River scene, with water parties, panel — 27i X 46J (Thomas), £22 is. 
109 Witte, E. de. Interior of a church, with monk and other figures — 19 X 22 

(Schroeder), £52 los. 
no Snyders, F., Scene in a larder, with fruit, vegetables, boar's head, deer, and 

parrot — 63 x 78 (Barnes), £73 los. 

111 Baptiste, J., Flowers in a vase— 61 X 36^ (Spalding), £27 6s. 

112 Hals, Dirk, Ladies and gentlemen in an apartment, panel, oval — 10 X I3i 

(Harries), £5 5s. 



April 19, 1912. 353 

113 Wouverman, Camp scene, with figures and horses, panel — gj X izj (Bailey), 

£6 6s. 

114 Terburg, G. (after), L' Admonition Paternelle — 26J X 23 (Lees), £6 6s. 

115 Peters, Rev. W., R.A., Triumph of virtue— 120 X 87 (Richardson), £7 7s. 

116 Capelle, Van der. Shipping at anchor at the mouth of a river, panel — 24^ X 38 

(Goudstikker), £11 iis. 

117 Berchem, N., Hilly landscape, with figures and animals — 27i X 41^ (Wagner), 

£10 lOS. 

118 Bruyn, B., Gentleman, in dark dress and cap, holding his gloves, panel — 

i3i X 9i, arched top (Defordt), £52 los. 

119 Giotto (School of), Madonna and Child, with Saint John, Saint Anthony and 

angels; The crucifixion in a lunette above, panel — 29J X 7iJ(Harries), 
£10 lOS. 

120 Lambrechts, C, Interior of an inn — 22J X 19 (Spielmaim), £18 18s. 

121 Ibbetson, J. C, 1801, Cottar's Saturday night — 17J X 23i (White), £4 14s. 6d. 

122 NoUekens, J. F., Music party; and The house of cards, a pair — 13^ X iij 

(Wright), £25 4S. 

123 Dutch School. Gentleman, in black dress with white collar, panel — 28^ X 24J 

(Defordt), £21. 

124 Hand, T., At the Bell Inn — 27i X 34i (Pawsey & Payne), £40 19s. 

125 Largilliere, Lady, in white dress, with pink scarf, oval — 31^ X 24J (Glen), 

£35 14s. 

126 Heem, De, Parrot, with lobsters and still life — 31 X 39 (Goudstikker), £17 17s. 

127 Bol, F., Joseph interpreting the Butler's Dream — 47^ X 59 (Wright), £24 3s. 

128 Ravesteijn, Van, Lady, in dark dress, with white collar and cuffs, seated by a 

table — 48 X 39i (Grant), £21. 

129 Battem, G. van, View in a Dutch town — 16 X 19 (Cohen), £35 14s. 

130 Bonifazio, Madonna and Child, with Saint Catherine and Saint John — 33J X 32 J 

(Foreman), £10 los. 

131 Caravaggio, A concert — 36J X 50J (Wagner), £15 15s. 

132 Does, S. Van der, Peasant-boy, with a cow, dog and sheep — 23J X 17 (Dean), 

£10 lOS. 

133 French School. Blind man's buff, monochrome — 32 X 25i (Parsons), £13 13s. 

134 Italian School. Madonna and Child, with a monk, on panel — 25J X 21 

(Wagner), £4 4s. 

135 Modem. Cupid, unframed — 51 X 36 (Leggatt), £7 7s. 

136 Tintoretto, Christ shown to the multitude — 41 X 52^ (Co.x), £84. 

137 Velasquez, Angels appearing to the shepherds — 70 x 49 (Spielmann), £178 los. 

138 Dutch School. Landscape, with travelling peasants and animals, panel — • 

i6J^ X 20 (Salmon), £5 15s. 6d. 

139 Dutch School. Young bull, in a landscape, panel — i5JX2iJ (Wagner), £7 7s. 

140 Flemish School. River scene ; and Landscape, with buildings, boats, figures 

and animals, a pair, panel — 13* X 22 (Leger), £15 15s. 

141 Flemish School. Apollo and the Muses, on Mount Helicon, on copper — 

i3i X i6| (St. Hense), £4 14s. 6d. 

142 Gael, Barent, Soldiers attacking a village — 24J X 32J (Van Duren), £8 i8s. 6d. 

143 Hals, Dirk, The four friends, panel, oval — 12 X 16 (CoUey), £63. 

144 Mame, J. L. de, Seaport, with ladies and gentlemen, and market figures on a 

quay: Sunset — 2ii X 28 (Parsons), £39 i8s. 

145 Ostade, A. van. Singers and figures before an old tavern, panel — 22J X 32J 

(Markey), £78 15s. 

146 Tol, D. van, Cook-maid scouring a copper pan, panel — 9 X 7i (Markey) 

£47 5S- 



354 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



April 19, 1 9 12. " Puttick's. 

PORTRAITS. 

132 Louis Seize, full length in robes, framed (Parker), £3 12s. 6d. 

137 The Hon. L. Henry Russell, Chief Justice, by S. W. Reynolds (Sully), i8s. 

138 Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan, by E. Scriven (Daniell), 19s. 

146 The Rt. Hon. Lord J. Cavendish, by T. Grozer, after Reynolds, proof (Grundy), 

15s. 

147 Capt. the Hon. Lord St. Helens, by VV. Ward (Grundy), 15s. 

151 Dr. Johnson, by W. Doughty, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint (Daniell), 

£g 19s. 6d. 

152 Lucy (Mrs. Wheatley), by R. Stanier, after F. Wheatley, oval, in brown (Brail), 

£2 los. 

153 Rt. Hon. William Pitt, by A. Cardon, after H. Edridge (Nattali), £1 15s. 

154 Children with dog and rat ; and Children with bird, by Bartolozzi, after Hamil- 

ton, ovals in brown (Davis), £2 los. 
157 Piranesi, Vedute di Roma, 90 plates in 2 vols., ob. fol. (Batsford), £12 12s. 

166 Encampment at Brighton ; and Departure from Brighton, by J . Murphy, after 

F. Wheatley, mezzotints, a pair (Parker), £12 12s. 

167 Beauties of Windsor : Frances, Duchess of Richmond, by Thos. Watson, after 

Lely, proof, mezzotint (W. Sabin), £10 los. 

168 Aeronautical view of London, drawn and engraved by R. Havell, aquatint in 

colours (Parker), £1 4s. 

169 Hunting incidents, by Aiken, set of seven, in colours (Brail), £5 15s. 6d. 
174 Botticelli, Primavera (Quaritch), £4 15s. 

176 Eyck, Van, Adoration of the lamb, ; and Libri, G. Dai, The Virgin and Child 
(Parsons), £1 i6s. 

178 Gozzoli, B., Procession of three kings and angels adoring, first and second 

portions, the set of three chromolithographs (Quaritch), £3 17s. 6d. 

179 Lady Acland and children, by Samuel Cousins, after Sir Thomas Lawrence, 

brilliant impression, mezzotint (Vicars), £65. 

FRAMED ENGRAVINGS. 

180 Ideas (10), by H. Aiken, in colours, published by Thomas McLean, 26, Hay- 

market, 1826-1830 (Mitford), £8 i8s. 6d. 

184 Coaching incidents (16), by C. B. Newhouse and R. G. Reeve, in colours, pub- 

lished by Thomas McLean, 26, Haymarket, 1834 and 1835 (Brail), £15 15s. 

185 Some of the right sort, etc., by H. Aiken, set of si.x, in colours (Slade), £5 15s. 6d. 

186 Hunters on their way to the hunting stables, by H. Pyall, after James PoUjird, 

in coloiurs (Fores), £2. 

187 New principles, or the march of invention, published by C. Hunt, in colours 

(Rimell), £2 los. 

188 Steamcoach, with some of the machinery gone wrong, and Locomotion, plate 2, 

in colours, published by Thos. MacLean (Rimell), £2. 

189 Les Incroyables, and Les MSrveilleuses, by Darcis, after Vemet, in colours, a 

pair (W. Sabin), £4 7s. 6d. 



190 Mrs. Bouverie and Mrs. Crewe, by J. Marchi, after Re3molds, mezzotint 

(Barnard), £2 7s. 6d. 

191 The toilet, by Le Beau, after Baudouin (W. Sabin), £3. 

192 The midnight visit, by Choffard, after Baudouin (Brail), £i 7s. 6d. 



April 19, 1912. 355 

193 London and Edinburgh ; and London and Liverpool coaches, aquatints in 

colours, a pair (Ernest), £4. 14s. 6d. 

194 Scenes from " Merry Wives of Windsor," (6) " Twelfth Night," etc., by P. W. 

Tomkins, and others, after Bunbury, in colours (Worthsim), £6 6s. 

195 Avis k la Jeunesse, by Le Noir, after Rev. Peters, in colours (Nicholson), £2 2S. 

196 Baxter, The gardener's shed (Brail), i8s. 

197 The sailor's orphans, by W. Ward, after Bigg, mezzotint (Lee), £1 4s. 

199 The millers, by S. W. Reynolds ; and Rustic ease, after Morland, mezzotints 
(Boys), i6s. 

201 Morland's sketches (6), by Williamson (Silverwood), £1. 

202 The cottage sty, by E. Bell, mezzotint ; Woodcutters, by Williamson ; and 

George Morland, by Vivares, all after Morland (Fores), £2 12s. 6d. 

212 Baxter, Mountain stream (Yeulett), £1. 

213 Ellen and Fitz J ames, and companion, by H. Meyer, after Westall, and another, 

in colours (Williams), £4. 
216 View of H.M.S. Shannon, and American frigate Chesapeak, by R. Dodd, 
aquatint in colours, varnished, and Portrait of a gentleman, mezzotint 
(Millbauk), £1 4s. 

220 Venus rising from the sea, by V. Green, mezzotint (Yeulett), £1 iis. 6d. 

221 L' Allegro and 11 Penseroso, by Keating, after Romney, in colours (Blythe), 

£6. 

224 Pit ticket, by Cook, after Hogarth (Ireton), 17s. 

225 Great fight between Broome and Hannan, aquatint, in colours (A. Lincoln), 

i8s. 
225 International contest between Heenan and Sayers, lithograph in colours 

(A. Lincoln), £1 6s. 
228 Fox hunting, by Mackrell, after Herring, a set of four, in colours (Millbank), 

£1 lOS. 

MODERN ENGRAVINGS. 
Unjramed. 

255 Cries of London, by T. G. Appleton, after Wheatley, mezzotints, signed proofs, 

the set of 13 (Sherrard), £15 15s. 

256 Straight for the butts, and others (5), after A. Thorbum, signed proofs (Carter), 

£5 15s. 

257 Canterbury Cathedral, by Brunet Debaines, after J. Constable, signed proof ; 

and Durham Cathedral, by Camille Fonce, signed remarque proof, both on 
vellum (Yeulett), £1 6s. 
2 58 Master Hope, by Collins, in colours ; Napoleon, after Delaroche ; and Charles 
Wyndham as David Garrick, by E. Gilbert Hester, proofs (Parker), £1. 

259 Lady Acland and children, by H. T. Greenhead, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, signed 

proof, and Mrs. Banks, by H. Scott Bridgwater, after Romney, lettered 
proof mezzotints (Underwood), i8s. 

260 Haden, Seymour, The inn, Purfleet, first state, D122, signed (Gutekunst), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

261 Le Liseur, by L. Ruet, after J. L. E. Meissonier, signed remarque proof, on 

vellum (Hendriks), 12s. 

262 Le Graveur, by E. Chiquet, after J. L. E. Meissonier, signed remarque proof, 

on vellum (Hendriks), 17s. 
283 Proclaiming our sailor King, by W. L. Wyllie, signed remarque proof on 

vellum (Grundy), £2 2S. 
283A Abingdon-on-Thames, by L. Valmon, after Vicat Cole, signed proof, on vellvim 

(Grundy), £1 2S. 



356 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

288 Lady Hainilton as Bacchante, by Norman Hirst, and Mrs. Barker, by W. 

Henderson, mezzotints, signed proofs (Leigh), £3 I2S. 6d. 
290 Lady Milner, by H. Scott Bridgwater, after Romney, mezzotint, signed proof ; 

and My lady's garden, by C. O. Murray, after B. Hunter, on vellum, signed 

proof (Vicars), ^fs los. 
294 Danger, by Herbert Dicksee, signed proof, on vellum (Grundy), £2 12s. 6d. 

303 Mrs. Maguire and child, by D. A. Wehrschmidt, after Lawrence, mezzotint 

(Leigh), £t. 

304 Le Coup de L'Etrier, by Abel Mignon, after J. L. E. Meissonier ; and Dogs, 

after J. Hanson Walker, signed proofs (Deighton), £$. 

305 D'Oyley, Sir C, Bart., Views of Calcutta, lithographs, in colours ; and T. S. 

Cooper's Cattle groups from nature, 2 vols. (Slade), £10 ids. 
319 Lady Leitrim and child, by H. Scott Bridgwater, after Lawrence, mezzotint, 

signed proof, on vellum, framed (Yeulett), £7 7s. 
321 Yachting scene, by Focillon, after C. Napier Hemy, signed remarque artist's 

proof on vellum, framed (Grundy), £1 17s. 6d. 



April 22, 1912. 357 

April 22, 1912. Christie's. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Cattermole, C, and Hills, R., Pigsty, with two pigs — loj X r6 (Parrott), 

£4 45- 

2 Cattennole, C, 1865, Defence of the castle — ijj X 23J (Sampson), £4 4s. 

3 Cattennole, G., Distributing alms — 10 X iSJ (Sampson), £3 3s. 

4 Coleman, W. S., 1865, Returning from the village — 8J X 11 (Stimpson), 

^3 13s. 6d. 

5 Duncan, E., 1867, The shipwreck — 17* X 37^ (Colonetti), £21. 

6 Faed, T., R.A., 1872, The graveside— gj ;< 13J (Bowden), £6 6s. 

7 Fortuny, M., 1869, Tired out — 7J X 6 (Cooling), £16 5s. 6d. 

8 Frere, Ed., 1872, Sliding on the ice — 14^ X igi (Sampson), £12 12s. 

9 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1869, The vintage — ni X 17^ (Sampson), £8 83. 

ro Goodall, Walter, 1867, The young mother — 24 X 17J (Bowden), £9 19s. 6d. 

11 Harding, J. D., 1859, Landscape, ^mth watermill — 22J X 19 (Sampson), 

£16 i6s. 

12 Leitch, \V. L., Landscapes and buildings, six, in two frames (Cooling), £11 os. 6d. 

13 Lundgren, E., Child asleep — 9^ X 11 (Stimpson), £3 3s. 

14 McKewan, D. H., 1855, Glen Cluny, Braemar — 13J X 20 (Stimpson), £4 14s. 6d. 

15 Prout, Skinner, Boppart on the Rhine — 14^ X 20J (Bowden), £6 6s. ' 

16 Sandby, P., R.A., Landscape, with cattle and peasants — 18J x 25 (Pawsey 

and PajTie), £16 i6s. 

17 Topham, F. W., 1867, Beggar children — 19J x i2i (Lister), £19 19s. 

18 Westall, R., R.A., Venus, Nymph, and Cupid — 18 X 14J (Stimpson), £12 12s. 

19 Wright, J. M., Vicar of Wakefield — gA X 13 (Stimpson), £3 13s. 6d. 



DRAWINGS. 
In the Folio. 

20 Marks, H. S., R.A., King of the desert ; and The night watchman, a pair — 

4i X i3i (Spencer), £1 5s. 

Framed. 

21 Allingham, H., Head of a girl ; CEnone, by Maude Goodman ; and A rose, by 

M. E. Duffield (Permain), £8 i8s. 6d. 

22 Ball, Wilfrid, 1887, Sunny day — 5i^< 10 J (Scanes), £3 13s. 6d. 

23 Coenraets, F., 1882-3, Seapiece, with jetty ; View near a village ; and A stream 

(Scanes), £6 6s. 

24 Coleridge, F. C, River scene ; The timber-waggon, by H. Melville ; and 

Landscape (Wheeler), £2 2S. 

25 Cox, D., The park — loj X 14^ (Bowden), £45 33. 

26 Early English School. Head of a lady, wearing a turban — SJ X 7 (Scanes) 

185. 

27 Fielding, Lake scene, with figures . Sunset — 15I x 23J (Scanes), £3 3s. 

28 Green, Chas., Election riot, black and white — lyi X 29! (Scanes), £4 14s. 6d. 

29 Green, Chas., Girl reading ; and Thoughts (Boulter), £3 13s. 6d. 

30 Harpignies, H., River scene, with angler : Sunset — 3} x 4* (Scanes), £7 17s. 6d. 

31 Marks, H. S., R.A., Two studies for " Capital and. labour," black and white, a 

P'air — 35 X igi (Boulter), £4 14s. 6d. 

32 Marks, H. S., R.A., Flamingoes — 10 X iij (Scanes), £5 15s. 6d. 

33 Marks, H. S., R.A., Two storks : Moonlight ; and The stopped key (Scaaes), 

£11 OS. 6d. 



358 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

34 Pasquier, J., 1878-9, Mendicants ; and The cardinal (Harrison), £1 iis. 6d. 

35 Pasquier, J., 1878, Unwelcome visitor ; and Cavalier (Harrison), £1 iis. 6d. 

36 Pilsbury, Wilmot, 1881, Rushes atBlabv ; and Sunn