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738 Studio of Francis Cotes William, 6th Baron Craven, three quarter length, holding a hunting whip under his left arm, oil on canvas, 29.5cm x 24cm. William, 6th Baron Craven (1738-91), served as Governor of Massachusetts. £700-1000 £1700
739 Attributed to Edwin Hayes Steamer and other shipping offshore, initialled E.H., oil on chamfered mahogany panel, 15cm x 21cm; and another by the same hand, Fishing fleet, offshore, similarly initialled. (2) £80-120 £220
740 After John Wilson Carmichael Three masted ship and others at sea, oil on canvas, 50cm x 42cm. £400-600  
741 Jospeh Schranz A Naval frigate entering Valletta Harbour, with figures on the fore-shore, oil on relined canvas, 45cm x 67cm. Provenance: A high ranking naval officer, thence by descent. £7000-10000 £16000
742 Joseph Schranz Valletta Harbour with a naval frigate at anchor, oil on relined canvas, 45cm x 67cm, Provenance: A high ranking naval officer, thence by descent. £7000-10000 £16000
743 T. B. Hardy Fisherfolk on the shore, bears signature and dated '90, oil on board, oval 29cm x 21cm. £150-200 £180
744 Edwin John Ellis Low Tide, signed, oil on canvas, 65 x 126cm. £400-600 £520
746 Ascribed to John Moore of Ipswich A sea piece, oil on millboard, 9cm x 20 cm; and A landscape with ruins, framed en suite, (2). £150-200 £180
747 Manner of Frederick James Aldridge Shipping Off The Coast oil on relined canvas, unsigned 28cm x 46cm. £150-200 £140
748 English School, early 19th century Fishing by a Bridge, a near pair, oil on chamfered oak panels, 15cm x 20cm. (2) £100-150 £100
749 T. Colis River landscape with a sailing barge by a jetty, signed, oil on canvas, 74cm x 127cm. £250-300  
750 Alan Canham Wherry on the Broads, Nr Thurne Mills, signed, oil on canvas, 58 x 88cm. £250-300  
751 Charles Mayes Wigg On The Broads, signed and dated 1948, verso, oil on board, 24cm x 34cm. Artist's Resale Rights may be applicable on this lot. £150-200 £160
752 Louis Haghe 'The Tepidarium of the Baths, Pompeii', signed, watercolour, 76cm x 98cm £3000-5000 £2400
753 Jacob Emanuel Gaisser Musical Evening, signed, oil on panel, 29cm x 45cm. £2000-2500 £2000
754 Arthur C H Luxmoore 'My Conservatory', a young lady in Regency dress, initialled and dated 1873, watercolour, 36cm x 24cm. £250-400  
755 John Fulleylove A girl by a window, signed and dated 1871, watercolour, 21cm x 16cm. £100-150  
756 Victorian School Woman at a well, oil on canvas, 35cm x 48cm. The large stone in the foreground is inscribed STONE TO BE EMPLOYED FOR THE REBUILDING OF SHENTON CHURCH OFFERED BY J TONNEAU TO MRS WOLLASTON JUNE 1875. Provenance: the Wollaston Family by descent, of Shenton Hall, Leicestershire. £100-150 £160
757 Robert Little Christmas Roses, and other flowers against a mossy bank, initialled and dated '75, watercolour, 25cm x 33cm. £70-100 £65
758 Vincent Clare Plums in a basket with grapes by a mossy bank, signed, watercolour, 28cm x 22cm; and a companion work, Birds nest and Primulas by a mossy bank, (2). £300-400 £270
759 Elinor Bellingham-Smith A Landscape, signed with initials, oil on canvas, 61cm x 51cm. Provenance: with Ernest Brown & Phillips, The Leicester Galleries, Leicester Square, London, 'Exhibition of Works by Elinor Bellingham-Smith', April 1956, No.35, (Purchaser Mrs Blanco White). Artist's Resale Rights may be applicable on this lot. £250-350 £360
760 Valentine Henriette Prax Still life, signed, oil on paper, 24.5cm x 23cm. Artist's Resale Rights may be applicable on this lot. £200-300 £320
761 Charles Camoin St. Tropez, signed, oil on canvas, 38cm x 46cm. LIVE INTERNET BIDDING WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE ON THIS LOT. PLEASE REGISTER DIRECTLY WITH US IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BID. Provenance: Ernest Brown & Phillips, The Leicester Galleries, Leicester Square, London, New Year Exhibition 1958, 'Works by 19th and 20th Century Artists', no.84, (purchaser Mrs Blanco White). The authenticity of this painting has been kindly confirmed by Anne-Marie Grammont-Camoin and it will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonne currently being prepared by the Archive Camoin. There is an Art Loss Register Certificate for this painting. According to Claudine Grammont and Veronique Serrano (Charles Camoin retrospective 1879-1965, Lausanne and Marseille 1997-8). Camoin made regular and prolonged visits to St. Tropez in the years following the second World War. The free use of thin oily paint in a predominantly blue palette, corresponds with Camoin's work of the period. Artist's Resale Rights will be applicable on this lot. http://www.gildings.co.uk/blog/fine-french-fauvism/ £5000-8000 £11000
762 Auguste Herbin Maisons au Quai Vert, Bruges, signed, oil on canvas, 53cm x 64cm. LIVE INTERNET BIDDING WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE ON THIS LOT. PLEASE REGISTER DIRECTLY WITH US IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BID. Provenance: With Ernest Brown & Phillips, The Leicester Galleries, Leicester Square, London. The authenticity of this work has kindly been confirmed by Madame Geneviève Claisse. There is an Art Loss Register Certificate for this painting. Herbin stayed in Bruges during part of 1906. This work compares with three paintings of that year illustrated by Geneviève Claisse (Herbin: Catalogue Raisonne de L'Oeuvre Pent, Paris 1993, p.292), titled Quai de la Poterie, a Bruges; Le Canal, Bruges, and Maisons du Quai de la Poterie (Catalogue number 74-76). At this point Herbin adopted a Post-Impressionist style and vibrant colour palette which compares with contemporary works by the Fauvist painters. The Leicester Gallery held a solo exhibition of the work of Auguste Herbin in 1923, although we have been unable to establish if this painting was included in that show. Artist's Resale Rights will be applicable on this lot. http://www.gildings.co.uk/blog/fine-french-fauvism/ £20000-30000 £125000
763 Robert King The Sea At Cromer, signed, oil on board, 30cm x 40cm. Artist's Resale Rights may be applicable on this lot. £200-300 £600
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