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Addendum - Fine Art Sale - Pictures, Furniture, Clocks & Rugs - 19/01/2018 - Crewkerne

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Lot Number Details
2070The attribution has been revised to ATTRIBUTED TO PHILIP JAMES DE LOUTHERBOURG, RA, 1740-1812. An aquatint of the same subject appears in P.J De Loutherbourgs Romantic & Picturesque Scenery of England & Wales 1805.

2081The image in the printed catalogue is incorrect but correct on the website.

2092This work is related to a study of Houses at Granada in the British Museum, executed in graphite and brown wash heightened with white, 27 x 36cm. We are grateful to Briony Llewellyn for this information and for confirming that this was not lot 55 in the artists studio sale in 1877.

2093This lot is withdrawn.

2163The sitter has been identified as Colonel Francis Hacker who was captain of the guard at the execution of King Charles I. Hacker was himself executed in 1660 when Charles II was restored to the throne.

2183These oils are by ISAAC WALTER JENNER (c.1836-c.1883). One is signed and monogrammed.

2252This is by Norman Ackroyd CBE, RA (b.1938), not by Norman Adams.

2268This suite is known as Illumination and the Eye and was published in 1967. Note that none of the prints is signed.

2298A picture of the same title was exhibited at the Royal Watercolour Society 1901. No. 149 - the ref. Old Water-Colour Societys Club, vol.12, 1934–5, p. 58.

2313This was purchased from the artist’s estate, not directly from the artist.

2387This lot is withdrawn.

2388This lot is withdrawn.

2389This picture was signed and inscribed by the artist in the owner’s presence but was not bought from the artist by the owner.

2402Should read ‘possibly petite sonnerie’ rather than ‘possibly grande sonnerie’.

2406aOVAL GILT BRASS FOUR PANE CARRIAGE TIME PIECE the enamelled dial on a brass, four pillar movement, with original leather outer case, height excluding handle 13.5cm.
Estimate: £200-300

2429aSILVER CASED HUNTER POCKET WATCH by James Thristle, Williton
Estimate: £100-150

2429bSILVER PAIR CASED POCKET WATCH the fusee verge movement numbered 45572 and inscribed Thristle, Williton.
Estimate: £100-150

2466Revised Estimate: £400-600

2602OAK DRESSER, 18th century, possibly Abglesey, the associated plate rack on a base with a T arrangement of five drawers and two cupboards, height 199cm, width 141cm, depth 46cm
Estimate: £500-800

2606There is a stamp to the reverse of this lot reading ‘G. Pizzati – Vicenza.

2674This is possibly Korean, or Japanese.

2719PART SILK SARYK TURKMEN MAIN CARPET, circa 1890, Turkmen/Afghan/Iranian frontier, six columns of quartered guls on an aubergine ground, approx 360cm x 260cm.
Estimate: £1500-2500