County Sale including Paintings and Prints

18 Jan 2005, starting at 10:00 GMT.

Auction information

This sale is now finished. If you are interested in consigning in future sales, please contact the specialist department. If you have queries about lots purchased in this sale, please contact customer services.


lots

Jacob Kramer (1892-1962) A head portrait of a lady in profile, signed, pastel, unframed. 34 x 30cm.

Jacob Kramer (1892-1962) A head and shoulders study of a gentleman, signed and dated 1939. Mixed media. 41 x 36cm.

Charles Haghe after H Steeple Interior of Tintern Abbey by moonlight, looking east, a black and white lithograph together with two further prints after J.M.W. Turner. After William Hogarth - 'The Stage Meeting' black and white engraving together with an aquatint after Henry Alken. G Hawkins after W Richardson 'Kirkstall Abbey, Yorkshire from the South East', black and white lithograph together with a further reproduction 'Robins Hood Bay'. (7)

John Scott After Phillip Reinagle 'Breaking Cover', a coloured engraving, together with a further engraving after Sawrey Gilpin 'Death of the Fox'. (2) 45.5cm x 64cm each.

J. Harris after Charles Cooper Henderson "The Olden Time" from Fores Coaching recollections, a coloured aquatint, together with Samuel and Nathaniel Buck 'The South East Prospect of Kingston Upon Hull' and 'The Road from London to Barwick Actually Surveyed' (a strip road map, on five sheets conjoined together). 46 x 68cm, 30 x 79cm and 84 x 21cm respectively (3)

After George Morland Cart before a country inn, a coloured mezzotint, together with a caricature etching by Gillray of a cleric in a hot air balloon over Oxford and a print after Hogarth. 40 x 54cm and various other sizes (3)

John Scott after C. Tomlinson Orville - a racehorse and groom in a landscape, engraving, hand coloured. 43 x 59 cm.

After Gerald Coulson (later 20th Century) "Concorde" 44 x 59, 44 x 58 and 29 x 22cm respectively. (4)

James McBey "Toledo, 16 August 1911", etching, signed and numbered XXIX, 18 x 28cm., together with Henry Macbeth Raeburn, The Thames at London, signed in pencil, etching, (2) 20 x 36cm.

Jacob Kramer (1892-1962) "Rita" signed, inscribed. Mixed media. 57 x 43cm.

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