Attributed to Jean-Baptiste Massé (French, 1687-1767) A Gentleman, wearing brown coat lined with turquoise fur, teal waistcoat with gold embroidery, white chemise, stock and cravat, a crimson cloak draped about him, powdered wig
Gervase Spencer (British, circa 1715-1763) A Lady, wearing black dress slashed at her sleeve to reveal white, her white lace collar fastened with a ribbon bow at her corsage, her dark hair worn in loose curls
The Countess of Lucan (Lady Margaret Bingham) (British, 1740-1814), after Sir Joshua Reynolds, PRA (British, 1723-1792) The artist's grandson, John Charles Spencer (1782-1845), Viscount Althorp and 3rd Earl Spencer, standing in a landscape and wearing double-breasted white suit with collar, sky blue sash tied at his hip and a black hat
John Hoyland RA (British, 1934-2011) Wandering Moon Screenprint in colours, 1993, on wove, signed, titled, dated and numbered 73/90 in pencil, published by Advanced Graphics, 830 x 588mm (32 1/2 x 23 1/8in)(I)
Donald Hamilton Fraser RA (British, 1929-2009) Blue Beach; Launch Wash, San Michele, Venice; Temple of Apollo silkscreens, all signed 'Fraser' and numbered 133/175, 110/225 and 43/175 in pencil, respectively, largest 71.5 x 55cm (PL) 3next page
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