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Andrew G. Whitfield

Dealer in fine paintings and sculpture

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August 2019 Catalogue


Oils
Patrick William Adam RSA (1854-1929)
Italian Church, autumn 1925. Oil on canvas, signed & dated ‘1925’
lower right.
38 ½ x 21 ½ (46 ½ x 29 ½)
SOLD
Denis Pierre Bergeret Chevalier de la legion d'Honneur (French, 1846-1910)
Still Life, shellfish Oil on canvas,
signed.
11 x 13 ½ (20 ¾ x 24)
Frame bears tablet inscribed
"Societe des Amis des Arts de Pau"
"Loterie de 1885"
£4,000
Florence St John Cadell (1877-1966)
Near Linlithgow Oil on panel, signed & titled verso.
13 ¾ x 10 ¾ (19 x 15 ¾)
SOLD
William Arthur Lawrie Carrick (1879-1964)
Fishing boats moored by the jetties in Eoligarry Bay, Barra, c. 1930 Oil on panel, signed.
13 ½ x 17 (19 ½ x 23 ½)
£800
Winter landscape. Oil on artist's board, signed.
11 x 17 ½ (15 ½ x 22 ¼)
N.B. please note that the photo gives a pinkish tinge to the landscape; in reality, the scene is a little bluer and colder.
SOLD
William Clark of Greenock (1803-1883)
The Ship “Daniel Rankin” off Ailsa Craig, entrance to the Clyde Oil on canvas, signed lower left.
30 x 44 (39 x 53) inches
SOLD
Agnes M Cowieson (1880-1940)
Portrait of a lady in a black feather hat, with veil Oil on canvas.
22 x 17 ¾ (28 ¾ x 24)
£1,750
Eugene Dekkert (1865-1956)
Harbour Scene, probably the East Neuk of Fife. Oil on panel, signed.
15 ½ x 20 (21 ½ x 26)
£3,000
Auguste Delacroix (1809-1868)
Fisher-girl... or boy? Oil on canvas, signed lower left.
14 x 10 (18 x 14)
£8,000
Miss Anna Dixon RSW (1873-1959)
A hen mallard with her ducklings. Oil on canvas laid down on board, signed. 11 ¾ x 17 ½ (15 ¾ x 21 ¾)SOLD
B. McKillan Drummond (or Dowinar) (fl. 1850–1880)
The steam Mail Packet “Ivanhoe”, running before a south-westerly on the Forth, off Edinburgh Oil on canvas , signed B.M. Drummond lower left corner.
30 x 48 (43 x 62)
£10,000
English (16th Century)
Portrait of Christ, in profile, facing left Oil on oak panel, unframed.
10¾ x 10¼ inches (275 x 258mm)
click on "more about this artist", below, for full description.
SOLD
20th Century European School (mid-20th Century.)
Houses by a canal in a city. Bruges(?) Oil on canvas. 12 x 16 (18 x 22)£1,000
William Findlay (1875-1960)
Continental (French?) Street Scene 1920s Oil on canvas, signed
lower right.
46 x 30 cms
£1,750
On the Esplanade - France? 1922 In 1922, Findlay exhibited two pictures at the RGI: No. 336 “By the Sea” and No. 341 “On the Esplanade” It is not known if these were our paintings. Oil on panel, signed & dated ‘1922’
lower right.
25 x 35 cms
£1,800
On the Esplanade Steps - France? 1923 In 1922, Findlay exhibited two pictures at the RGI: No. 336 “By the Sea” and No. 341 “On the Esplanade” It is not known if these were our paintings. Oil on panel, signed & dated ‘1923’
lower right.
35 x 25 cms
£1,800
Professor John Thomas Young (Jack) Gilroy Hon MA ARCA FRSA (1898-1985)
HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in uniform of Admiral of the Fleet. Oil on canvas, signed lower left.
31 x 26 (37 x 32)
NFS
Arthur Trevor Haddon RBA (1864-1941)
Spanish women darning and sewing in a courtyard. Oil on canvas, signed lower left.
12 x 15 (18 x 21)
£2,500
Alexander Jamieson IS ROI (1873-1937)
Bassin des Cascades, Chateau de Fontainebleau. Oil on panel,
signed lower left, signed, titled & inscribed verso.
18 x 15 (23 ¾ x 21)
£9,000
Beer beach, Devon. Oil on panel.
Signed & dated ‘1911’,
signed, titled & inscribed verso.
13 x 16 (21 x 24)
SOLD
James Kay RSA RSW (1858-1942)
Twilight, Fleet Street at Ludgate Hill, St Paul's in the distance. The train is crossing the old Ludgate Hill Viaduct, just down the line from Holburn Viaduct. Oil on board.
26 x 22 (31 ½ x 27 ½) Painted c. 1890
£10,000
Robert Lenkiewicz (1941-2002)
The artist with Meg Oil on canvas, titled and inscribed verso. 25½ x 25¼ SOLD
‘Box Car’ Ryder, rear view Oil on sailcloth, 40 x 40 inches
extensively inscribed verso, from ‘Vagrancy’ series.
SOLD
John Maclauchlan Milne RSA (1886-1957)
Gruinard Bay, near Ullapool, looking towards Gruinard Island, 1932 Oil on canvas,
signed & dated ‘1932’.
19 ½ x 23 (26 ¾ x 31)
NFS
John MacWhirter RA HRSA RI RE (1839-1911)
The Tweed at Norham Castle. Oil on board, signed with monogram lower left. 15 x 21 (25 x 31)£2,500
Hugh Munro RGI (1873-1928)
A lane off Park Circus, Glasgow. Oil on panel.
Signed and titled by the artist in pencil verso.
Fine Art Society label verso.
6 ¾ x 8 ¾ (10 ¾ x 12 ¾)
SOLD
Newton Stewart, Wigtownshire Oil on board. 8 x 12 (13 x 17) inchesSOLD
James Stuart Park (1862-1933)
Red and cream roses. Oil on canvas, signed lower left, 16 x 20 (22 x 26) inchesNFS
Arthur Douglas Peppercorn RI ROI NEAC (1847-1924)
A boat on a wooded shore. Oil on canvas, signed lower left
10 x 18 (16 x 24) inches.
Exhibited in Calton Gallery Exhibition “The English Corot” in 1982.
£2,500
Anchorage, twilight. Oil on canvas. 50 x 70 (55 x 75)SOLD
Alexander Ignatius Roche RSA NEAC RP (1861-1921)
The Ferry Boat Inn at Holywell, on the Great Ouse, Huntingdonshire circa 1917 Oil on canvas,
signed lower left ‘Alexander Roche’,
25 x 30 (35 x 40) inches.
In original fine swept & moulded gilt frame.
Exhibited: Royal Scottish Academy, 1919, No. 208 "The Old Inn, Holywell".

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£6,000
Alain Senez (1948-)
The blue chevalier. Oil on panel. 15 ¾ x 19 ¾ (20 x 24)£800
John Smart RSA RSW RBA (1838-1899)
Salmon Fishermen by Norham Castle on the Tweed. Oil on canvas, signed lower left. 10 x 13 (18 x 21)£1,500
Julius Le Blanc Stewart (Attributed) (1855-1919)
Elegant lady, possibly Eastern European, seated, wearing a silk and velvet gown, with extravagant lace and ostrich feather trimming, holding a skull, yes, a SKULL Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1900. Indistinctly inscribed upper left. 32 x 25 inches, unframed.£5,000
George Grosvenor Thomas RSW (1856-1923)
The Mill, at Moret-sur-Loing, near Paris. 1905 Oil on canvas,
signed and dated lower right
‘GROSVENOR THOMAS 1905’,
20 x 36 (28 x 44 ½) inches.
Exhibition label verso ‘Glasgow Art Galleries and Museums; The Glasgow School August - September 1944’ This picture was painted some 5 years after Alfred Sisley’s death at Moret.
SOLD
Sir James Lawton Wingate PRSA (1846-1924)
Old houses by the Harbour, St Monans, Fife Oil on canvas,
signed & titled verso
‘St Monans’ by J Lawton Wingate RSA’,
12 ¼ x 16 (18 ¼ x 23 ¼) inches.
SOLD
Aleksander Zyw (1905-1995)
Assumption of the Virgin Mary 1946. Oil on canvas,
30 x 25 (36 x 31) inches.
Painted c 1946
SOLD
Beehives in a monastery garden, Corsica 1939 Oil on canvas, signed verso,
20 x 24 ½ (26 x 30 ½ ) inches.
SOLD

Watercolours, drawings and prints
Patrick William Adam RSA (1854-1929)
On the Dargle Water, Bray, Co Wicklow, Autumn. On bank holidays, the inhabitants of Dublin would travel to picnic at the beauty spots by the banks of the Dargle. Watercolour over pencil,
signed & dated ‘1895’.
10 ½ x 8 ½ (21 x 18)
£1,500
George Denholm Armour OBE (1864-1949)
"In Full Cry" Watercolour & bodycolour, signed & dated ‘1912’
10 x 14 (16 x 21) inches.
£2,500
Hunters Turned Out Pencil drawing, signed with initials,
lower left, inscribed in pencil:
"Hunters Turned Out" lower right.
6 ½ x 10 ½ (18 x 21) inches. This drawing was made after Armour's service in the Great War. It was probably done while he and his second wife lived at Malmesbury, Wiltshire and is illustrated in his autobiography "Bridle & Brush", Chap XIV, p. 333.
NFS
Street scene in Morocco Watercolour
8½ x 12 inches (18 x 21 inches)
£500
The Great Danes, outside the car park Pencil drawing, signed lower right
and inscribed verso "For Country Life".
6.5 x 8.75 inches.
£250
Samuel John "Lamorna" Birch RA RWS RWA (1869-1955)
The River Almond at Glenalmond, Perthshire, 1933 Charcoal and pencil, with wash. 7 x 9½ inches (14 x 13)
Inscribed "Glenalmond July 2 '33" and signed with initials in pencil, lower left. Also inscribed "Souvenir of my visit to the Cairnies. To Mrs Anderson July 2 1933. S J Lamorna Birch" in black ink, lower right. Small tear, bottom centre.
(Cairnies was one of the the 5 Houses at the then Trinity College, Glenalmond, the boys' public school, now Glenalmond College).
NFS
The River Earn at Crieff, Perthshire, 1934 Watercolour, 9 x 11 inches (13 x 16) Inscribed with title in pencil. Signed S J Lamorna Birch and dated 1934 in pencil lower right.NFS
John Blair (1850-1934)
From Calton Hill looking west, along Princes Street, Edinburgh Watercolour heightened with white, signed & inscribed. 7 x 10 ¼ (16 ¾ x 19 ¼)£2,000
Norham Castle, on the Tweed Watercolour, signed and inscribed with title , lower left 8 x 11 (17 x 19) inches.£2,000
Sam Bough RSA (1822-1878)
Cottages by a highland loch. Watercolour, 12 x 21 ½ (20 ½ x 29 ½) inches.£1,500
Katharine Cameron (Kate Cameron) RSW RE (1874-1965)
Bamburgh Castle from the beach at Holy Island. Watercolour, signed and initialled. 5 x 14 (15 x 24)SOLD
Farmyard sketches – piglets and hens. Watercolour, inscribed, signed and dated Aug (18)’95. 6 ½ x 5 ½ (16 x 14) SOLD
View of Amberley Castle and St Michael's Church, Amberley, near Arundel, West Sussex 1916. Drawn from the River Arun, near Bury, looking east. Watercolour and pencil, 5½ x 13½ inches (framed, 13½ x 21 inches), inscribed "Amberley, Sussex" verso and extensively inscribed in pencil by the artist below mount with sketching and colouring notes. Inscribed "to A.K. 1916" in pencil. This is a watercolour sketch for an etching, with drypoint, of the identical size, that Kate Cameron made of Amberley Castle, incorrectly titled "Amberley, The Monastery", around 1917. She inscribed it for her close friend, Arthur Kay (1860-1939), whom she later married. Ex-collection: Lt Col Mark Goodson RTR (ret'd)SOLD
John Heaviside Clark (1771-1863)
The Town of Falkirk 1824, looking North from Callendar Park, showing Carron Ironworks and coal pits beyond. Aquatint engraving, 47 x 63 cms (52 x 64 cms)£150
The Town of Dunkeld 1824 Aquatint engraving, 47 x 63 cms (52 x 64 cms) £150
The Town of Peebles 1825 Aquatint engraving, 47 x 63 cms (52 x 64 cms) £150
The Town of Perth 1824 Aquatint engraving, 47 x 63 cms (52 x 64 cms) £150
The Town of Stirling 1824 Aquatint engraving, 47 x 63 cms (52 x 64 cms)£150
David (after) Cox snr RWS (1783 - 1859)
"Crossing the Sands", after David Cox snr. Travellers with horses, donkeys and a coach, crossing the Levens Estuary at low tide towards Ulverston, Cumberland Watercolour and bodycolour 9 x 13 (15 x 20) unsigned£2,000
Joseph Crawhall RSW (1861-1913)
A pariah dog - Morocco Provenance: G Denholm Armour and thence by descent.
Literature: "The Connoisseur" incorporating International Studio vol. 93, December 1936 p. 322-7, The Lighter Side of a Great Artist. Some Memories of Joseph Crawhall.
"Crawhall, or to use his nickname, "Creeps", used to look round for a pariah dog outside the town. Finding one sleeping off a surfeit of offal perhaps, .....the crack of a whip would set him going. The game was to keep as near to his route as possible, the nature of the country contributing to some pretty rough rides."
Watercolour, 2 x 2 ½ (13 ½ x 11) inches.
£1,000
Hunting Scene Provenance: G Denholm Armour and thence by descent.
Pencil & watercolour heightened with bodycolour
8 x 8 (19 ½ x 17) inches
Illustrated: "Bridle & Brush" by George Denholm Armour, Chap V, p. 105.
Crawhall gave this watercolour to his hunting and racing companion, George Denholm Armour. They ran a small stud together for two years, at a farmhouse in Hertfordshire, until Armour married in 1898. Crawhall was best man to Armour.
£7,500
Joseph Crawhall grooming the thorough-bred horse - "Hackenden". Provenance: G Denholm Armour and thence by descent. Pen & ink and watercolour, 5 ¾ x 8 ¼ (14 x 15) inches. This typically rapid sketch was drawn on the back of an envelope sent by Crawhall to George Denholm Armour. (Prov: Phillips, Fine Paintings sale, 1st May 1998, Lot 49)
For a description of the racehorse, "Hackenden", see G D Armour's autobiography "Bridle & Brush"
£2,000
Mabel Dawson RSW SSA (1887-1965)
The Dove. Watercolour and bodycolour on linen, signed lower right. Dated 1914 on backboard. 8 ½ x 10 ½ (15 x 18) inches.SOLD
Peter de Wint OWS (1784-1849)
A ruined castle (probably Scottish) on a shore. Pencil, brown (sepia) wash with scratching out, vignette, 7 x 5 ½
(16 ¼ x 13 ¼) inches.
Provenance: Miss G M Bostock, companion of Miss H H Tatlock, the artist’s grand-daughter.
Exhibited: City of Lincoln, the Usher Art Gallery, Peter de Wint Exhibition, 1937, No. 215, lent by Miss Bostock.
Original exhibition label affixed verso.

It has been suggested that this drawing was executed for engraving and publication, possibly for John Tillotson’s Album of Scottish Scenery, 1831.
SOLD
Stirling Castle. Pencil, brown (sepia) wash with scratching out, vignette, 7 x 5 ½
(16 ¼ x 13 ¼) inches.
Provenance: Miss G M Bostock, companion of Miss H H Tatlock, the artist’s grand-daughter.
Exhibited: City of Lincoln, the Usher Art Gallery, Peter de Wint Exhibition, 1937, No. 219, lent by Miss Bostock. Original exhibition labels affixed verso.

It has been suggested that this drawing was executed for engraving and publication, possibly for John Tillotson’s Album of Scottish Scenery, 1831.
SOLD
John Duncan Fergusson RBA (1874-1961)
First study for ‘Rhythm’ – Paris 1911. Conte, titled & dated 1911 verso, 7 ½ x 5 ¾ (17 ¾ x 15) inches.SOLD
In the Luxembourg Gardens. Charcoal, 4 ¾ x 7 ¾ (13 ¾ x 16) inches. £2,500
Torso with fruit – Paris 1912. Black crayon, 8 ¾ x 6 ¾ (18 ½ x 15 ¾) inches.SOLD
Edward Prince Halton FRCS (1797-1873)
A view of Holyrood, Calton Hill and Edinburgh Castle from St Anthony’s chapel. Pen, ink and wash, inscribed lower right. 4 ½ x 7 ¼ (11 ½ x 14)SOLD
Josef Herman OBE RA (1911-1999)
Men at a Table. Pencil, black pen & ink & wash. 6½ x 8½ (18 x 19) inches£800
Adrian Keith Graham Hill (1895-1977)
Mercery Lane, Canterbury; Cathedral beyond Engraving 15 x 24 cms (45 x 29 cms)£85
Frank Hodgkinson AM (1919-2001)
Emu - head and neck portrait Watercolour, signed lower right.£2,000
Robert Houston after Joseph Crawhall RSW (1891-1942)
The Spangled Cock. (after Joseph Crawhall) Aquatint in colour, printed on Holland linen. W. B. Simpson (Glasgow) label verso. 17 x 22 (21x 26)£1,500
James Kay RSA RSW (1858-1942)
Rouen. Gouache and tempera, signed. 23 ½ x 19 ½ (30 x 26)£9,000
The harbour. Pastel, signed. 6 ½ x 11 ½ (12 x 17)£2,000
James Little (fl. 1875-1910)
Sawmills, Rotterdam. Watercolour heightened with white, signed. 13 x 9 ½ (21 x 17 ¼)£1,500
Maurice Millière (1871-1946)
Fanny and her Beautiful Pussy. (La Gaité Parisienne) Watercolour, heightened with white,
signed and dated 1904, lower left .
12 x 9 (20 x16)
Published in La Gaité Parisienne.
£2,500
Margaret Mitchell (Mrs Brian Lascelles) DA (born c.1940)
Physalis (Chinese Lanterns) Watercolour, 9 x 12 inches (15 x 17 ), signed and dated 1984, lower right. Exhibited at Calton Gallery’s exhibition “Margaret Mitchell – 1986” No.41NFS
Arthur Douglas Peppercorn RI ROI NEAC (1847-1924)
An Estuary Watercolour signedSOLD
Sir Robin J. Philipson HRA PPRSA FRSA RSW RGI DLitt LLD (1916 - 1992)
King Screen print of an edition of 25, depicting Elvis Presley - "The King" (of Rock & Roll), as the King (of Diamonds?) on a playing card. 23 x 17 inches, signed in pencil lower right, titled "King" lower centre and numbered 11/25. Exhibited: Royal Scottish Academy Summer Exhibition 1957 - No. 147. Philipson produced this print in collaboration with Messrs Harley Brothers, commercial lithographers, at their premises in St James’ Square, Edinburgh (infamously demolished in the 1960’s and now incorporated into the St James’ Centre). See b/w photograph of him working on “King”.£750
David Thomas Rose MICE (1871-1964)
Flower kiosk, Le Havre, France Watercolour 11 x 15 inches (18 x 22). Painted c. 1938. Exhibited: Calton Gallery "D T Rose - Markets, Places & People" May 1993£800
Scottish School (c1715)
The prospect of the House and Town of Skuyn (Scone). Coloured engraving, inscribed. 11 x 17 ¼ (21 x 27)£150
Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1792–1864)
Bank of Scotland Print, 11 x 16 cms (22 x 26 cms) unframed£35
Catholic Chapel, from Picardy Place Print, 12 x 16 cms (25 x 29 cms) unframed £25
Exchange Buildings, Leith Print, 12 x 16 cms (23 x 28 cms) unframed £25
Methodist Chapel, Edinburgh Print, 12 x 16 cms (23 x 27 cms) unframed £25
North West Angle of Moray Place Print, 11 x 16 cms (23 x 28) unframed £35
The Register Office, Prince's Street Edinburgh Print, 12.5 x 16 cms (24 x 27 cms) unframed £55
David Murray Smith RBA RWS (1865-1952)
Distant fields, Buckinghamshire. Watercolour, 7 x 10 inches, mounted, unframed.£200
Distant houses, with lake in foreground. Ink and watercolour, 7 x 10 inches. Mounted, unframed.£280
Haycart, with hayricks behind. Watercolour and pencil, signed lower right. 7 x 10 inches (14 x 17)£330
House in the trees, by a road. Watercolour, charcoal and pencil, 7 x 10 inches. Mounted, unframed.£240
Landscape sketch Watercolour, signed with initials, 4.75 x 6.75 inches. Mounted, unframed.£230
Llanddewi Church, Gower, South Wales. Etching, signed. 7 ¾ x 9 ¾ (15 ¼ x 17 ½) This etching is made from a watercolour he exhibited at the RA in 1923, No 592.£160
Nine Elms, from the Thames (London) Etching, 4.5 x 8 inches. Mounted, unframed.£150
The Cattle Shed Steel etching, titled and signed in pencil by the artist. 7.5 x 10.75 inches. Mounted, unframed£100
William Arnold Stewart (1882-1953)
Feluccas at Damietta (now Dumyat) on the Nile. Signed inscribed and dated 1921. 10 ½ x 14 (19 x 22)£500
Samuel Dukinfield Swarbreck (fl. 1830-1865)
Bothwell Castle Print, Black & White, 53 x 35 cms, unframed£70
Bothwell Castle (Colour) Print, 34 x 44 cms (47 x 58 cms), unframed£140
James 5th’s Palace, Stirling Castle Print, Black & White, 54 x 37 cms, unframed £70
Melrose Abbey East View Print, 31 x 41 cms (47 x 58 cms) Unframed £90
Melrose Abbey East View Print, 29 x 41 cms (40 x 56 cms) Unframed£90
Melrose Abbey South Front Print, 32 x 44 cms (49 x 61 cms) Unframed£90
Melrose Abbey, Black & White Print, 36 x 52 cms£90
Freddy Theys (b. 1937)
Female Nude Etching, signed, titled and numbered 27/70, 12 x 7 inches. Unmounted.£200
King Penguins. Hand coloured engraving, signed & titled and inscribed 6/70. 10 ¾ x 8 (20 x 17 ¼)SOLD
Make-Up. Female Nude Etching, signed, titled and numbered 11/70, 12 x 7 inches, unmounted.SOLD
Sitting Nude Etching, signed, titled and numbered 34/40, 10.5 x 8.5 inches, unmounted.£200
Squatting Nude Engraving, signed, titled and numbered 7/70, 12.25 x 7.25 inches. Unmounted SOLD
Willem Hendrick van der Nat (1864-1929)
Children watching newborn lambs. Watercolour, signed lower left. 10 x 15 (17 x 21)£1,500
Aleksander Zyw (1905-1995)
Border Village High Street (Lauder), circa 1944 Pen and ink 4¼ x 6½ inches. Signed lower right £200
Cemetery in Vivario, Corsica, with Monte d'Oro beyond. 1938. Tempera and pencil, signed and inscribed with title. Inscribed verso "Vivario 26.VII.38" 20 x 23.5 (27 x 30.5) inches Ex collection the late Mrs M.G.S Dunphie£900
North British Hotel (now The Balmoral), Princes Street Gardens and Waverley Bridge, from the West, circa 1944 Pen and ink 7¾ x 9½ inches.SOLD
North British Hotel (now The Balmoral), Princes Street Gardens and Waverley Station, from the SW, circa 1944 Pen and ink 6¼ x 8¾ inches. Signed lower left SOLD
Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh, from the NW, circa 1944 Pen, ink and wash 9¾ x 10½ inches. Signed lower right£600
Rain lashed Edinburgh from Salisbury Crags, Holyrood Park, from the SW, circa 1944 Pen, ink and wash 7¾ x 9½ inches. Signed lower left£475

Sculpture
Antoine-Louis Barye (1796-1875)
Éléphant du Sénégal Chargeant. Bronze
5 ½ x 7 ½
Stamped "Barye" on long front side of base and "Barbedienne, Fondeur" on short side of base.
Dark brown/grey patination.
The running elephant supported on base by one leg only.
£10,000
Christophe Fratin (1800-1864)
Whippet. Bronze, 8 x 8£3,500
Italian (late 19th century)
Two putti, one riding a goat and playing a trumpet. White marble. 31 x 22 Please note; this marble sculpture is large and extremely heavy. It will need a strong plinth or table to support it.£5,500
Joseph-Marie-Thomas (Jef) Lambeaux (1852-1908)
Bacchante, a bust. Bacchante, a Bust. The Bacchantes were priestess escorts to Dionysus, the twice-born god (Bacchus), who were captured by Lycurgus but miraculously set free in Thrace. The vines entwined in the Bacchante’s hair symbolise Bacchus’ association with wine and licentiousness. Bronze, mid-brown and green patinas, signed ‘Jef Lambeaux’, 20 ¾ inches tall x 12 inches across.SOLD
Prosper Lecourtier (1851-1924)
A Pointer, (we are informed it is probably a greyhound!) nose raised. Bronze, signed, mid-brown patination, 5 x 6 inches.SOLD

Furniture
Sir David Wilkie (circle of) RA (1785-1841)
A painted table depicting a Highland Family at their Illicit Whisky Still Oil painted, ebonised and gilded snap-top occasional table, the top painted with a highland scene in the manner of Wilkie, enclosed within a circular lobed frame on a balluster support on three scroll legs. 19th Century. 17ins diameter, 21ins height£2,500

Miscellaneous
from Edinburgh Coppersmith (early 19th Century)
Jelly Mould - copper SCOTTISH Early 19TH Century Oval Copper Jelly Mould with Pineapple top moulding Made for Montgomery & Co., Confectioners, Princes Street, Edinburgh £250
French Coppersmith 19th Century (19th Century)
Household Water Vessel, French 19th Century COPPER HOUSEHOLD WATER VESSEL FRENCH, 1st half 19th Century Copper, with brass reinforcement and decorative embellishment. This impressive piece is most probably French, but is also similar to Flemish work of the same period. These vessels were used to store the washing and cleaning water for a household and this one has a capacity of about 8 gallons (30 litres). Height 30 ins (75cms) Widest part 18 ins (46 cms) On the upper front shoulder is an owner’s device of later date, with chased engraving, the initials “L B” or possibly “S B” and date “1857”. £1,000 £1,000

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