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1 BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY), portraits of an elderly couple, two, he examining an object through a magnifying glass, she in bonnet with her knitting, unsigned, oils on board. 12" x 9". (2).

Sold for £440
Lot: 1
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2 BRITISH SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY), portrait of "James Jones", oils on canvas laid on panel. 8" x 13". Provenance:-Grandson to the 2nd cousin of Charles the second, who was married to Barbara Duchess of Cleveland. A known Jacobite sympathiser. Shropshire.

Sold for £440
Lot: 2
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3 NEAPOLITAN SCHOOL (EARLY 20TH CENTURY), "SS Antioua, (sic), 1908" unsigned, gouache. 26" x 18".

Sold for £90
Lot: 3
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4 JOHN PIPER (BRITISH, LATE 20TH/21ST CENTURY), "Moorland Farm", signed and dated 2002, oils on board. 12" x 12".

Sold for £420
Lot: 4
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5 HENRY LIVENS (BRITISH, 19TH CENTURY), "A Cornfield, Gomshall, Surrey", signed and inscribed verso, oils on canvas. 24" x 20".

Sold for £160
Lot: 5
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6 BRITISH SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY), half length portrait of a man in brown coat, titled "Zachary Bevan", oils on canvas. 30" x 24". Later 19th century gilded gesso frame.
Provenance:- Recorded at "Coomb", Llangynog near Llansteffan, the home of Lord Kylsant and passed to his daughter Mrs Fisher-Hoch, wife of the 10th Earl of Coventry, of "Plas", Llansteffan. Private local vendor. Sitters name added at later date.

Sold for £620
Lot: 6
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7 BRITISH SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY), lady in brown dress, titled "Hannah Bevan", oils on canvas. Later 19th century gilded gesso frame. 30" x 24".
Provenance:- Recorded at "Coomb", Llangynog near Llansteffan, the home of Lord Kylsant and passed to his daughter Mrs Fisher-Hoch, wife of the 10th Earl of Coventry, of "Plas", Llansteffan. Private local vendor. Sitters name added at later date.

Sold for £500
Lot: 7
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8 BRITISH SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY), portrait of a young girl, seated, holding a string of pearls, titled "Miss Elinor Bevan", oils on canvas, later 19th century gilded frame. 42" x 25",
Provenance:- Recorded at "Coomb", Llangynog, near Llansteffan, the home of Lord Kylsant. Local private vendor. Sitters name added at later date.

Sold for £580
Lot: 8
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9 AFTER GUIDO RENI (ITALIAN 16TH/17TH CENTURY), "St Michael", oils on canvas, 40" x 30", foliate pierced gilded gesso frame.

Sold for £2100
Lot: 9
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10 AFTER THE OLD MASTER, portrait of a classical woman with religious text "Vi Non Confyn Dar" (Te Deum), oils on canvas. 41" x 31", foliate pierced gilded gesso frame.

Sold for £800
Lot: 10
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11 THEODORE BLAKE WIRGMAN (BRITISH, 1848-1925), portrait of "Sir Johnson Forbes-Robertson", signed and inscribed verso, oils on canvas laid on board. 25" x 20". Lot: 11
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12 DANIEL SHERRIN (BRITISH, 1868-1940), river landscape, signed, oils on canvas. 29.5" x 20".

Sold for £380
Lot: 12
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13 BUSKEY(?) (FLEMISH SCHOOL, 17TH/18TH CENTURY), The Clerks Office, a messenger with clerk and scribe in an interior, indistinctly signed, canvas. 28" x 24.5". Estate sale.

Sold for £3000
Lot: 13
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14 BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY, ATTRIBUTED TO "GRAINGER"), "The Politicians", labelled verso, oils on canvas. 20" x 24". Estate sale.

Sold for £500
Lot: 14
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15 CHARLES BURTON BARBER (BRITISH, 1845-1894), "A Days Sport in the Highlands", signed, oils on artist board. 9" x 12".
Note: Known for painting Queen Victoria with her dogs and many other Royal dogs. Estate sale.

Sold for £550
Lot: 15
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16 R.H.WOOD (BRITISH, FLO 1865-1876), English landscape with family being punted over a river, and a distant village, all under an expansive sky, signed, canvas. 24" x 36".

Sold for £2300
Lot: 16
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17 CLAUDE PRATT (BRITISH, C1860-1935), "Granpas Telescope", signed and dated 1900, oils on canvas. 24" x 18". Lot: 17
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18 HENRY HARRIS (BRITISH, 1852-1926), sketches, "On Inver Heath" and "Near Wickham", a pair, oils on canvas. 9" x 13". (2).

Sold for £160
Lot: 18
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19 WILLIAM HENRY BORROW (BRITISH, FLO 1863-1893), coastal village with figures on a beach, signed with initials, dated 87, oils on board. 7" x 12".

Sold for £350
Lot: 19
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20 DENZIL SMITH (BRITISH, 20TH CENTURY), sailing ships at anchor, sunset, signed, oils on canvas laid on panel. 14" x 18".

Sold for £200
Lot: 20
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21 CHARLES BENTLEY (BRITISH, 1806-1854), Dutch Estuary scene with Barge and Windmill, signed with initials, watercolours. 8" x 12".

Sold for £110
Lot: 21
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22 JOHN WILSON (BRITISH, 20TH CENTURY), "September Morning, Devonshire", river scene with Fisherman, signed, watercolours. 15" x 19". Lot: 22
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23 LOREN DEAN ADAMS (BORN 1945, INDIANA, U.S.A), "Sunset Wave" , signed, oils on canvas, dated 1972. 24" x 48".

Sold for £1100
Lot: 23
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24 FRANK A. WEEMYS (BRITISH, 20TH CENTURY), "Carmarthen Southern By-Pass", Lesneven Bridge, architectural study in pastels and watercolours, signed and dated. 16.5" x 27.75". Lot: 24
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25 C.P. CHURCHER (BRITISH, LATE 19TH CENTURY), Houses of Parliament from The Thames, signed and dated 98, watercolours. 10" x 14.5".

Sold for £90
Lot: 25
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26 E.A.CAMPBELL (BRITISH, EARLY 20TH CENTURY), "Royal Welsh Fusilier's 1903", uniform study, signed and dated 4.10.03. Watercolours. 9" x 2.75".

Sold for £60
Lot: 26
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27 LOUIS BURLEIGH BRUHL, (BRITISH, 1862-1942), river scenes, one with mill, one with village church, two, signed in pencil. Watercolours. 20" x 12". (2).

Sold for £110
Lot: 27
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28 BRITISH SCHOOL, J SURE? (LATE 19TH CENTURY), fishing smack in heavy sea, indistinctly signed, watercolours. 12" x 19.5".

Sold for £60
Lot: 28
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29 JAMES WHAITE (BRITISH, FLO 1867-1896), "Cockle Women, Penclawdd Sands Gower", signed, watercolours. 8.5" x 13.5".

Sold for £360
Lot: 29
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30 AUBREY BEARDSLEY (BRITISH, 1872-1898), "Frederic Chopin", pen and ink. 10.5" x 4.7/8. Together with a card signed "A Raffalovich".
Provenance:- From the family of a Royal Academician sculptor Father Alfed Whitacre to whom the drawing was given by Beardsley benefactor Andre Raffalovich. It is believed this may have been a gift at the time Raffalovich converted to Catholicism as the said sculptor became a Dominican Monk and may have befriended him at the time. Of the many works produced by Father Whitacre are twelve Stations of the Cross in Blackfriars Cathedral, Oxford. Full family provenance available.

Sold for £40500
Lot: 30
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