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Frederick Hall (1860-1948) - Going to work

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Description: Oil on board Signed lower right 33 x 41.5 cm. (13 x 16 1/4 in) Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Thence by descent to the present owners Frederick Hall, known by most as simply Fred Hall, is perhaps best known as a member of the Newlyn School of painters. Having studied at Lincoln School of Art between 1879 and 1881, he moved to Cornwall in the early 1880s to paint alongside fellow ex-Lincoln student, Frank Bramley, Stanhope Forbes and others. He remained until 1898. His Newlyn works combine the practice of working outside, en plein air, with an interest in social realism, particularly the depiction of rural life. However, as time went on, his style became more overtly impressionistic and this present, later, group of works demonstrates his more mature style. In 1911, Hall came to live in Speen, near Newbury where he remained until his death in 1948, aged 88. It was during this period that he came to know Harold Barton, senior partner at Dreweatt Watson and Barton, local agricultural auctioneers and land agents. Harold and his wife, Phyllis, became friends with Hall and helped to support him over the years. Harold would often take Fred on visits into the countryside, leaving him to paint for the day whilst he carried out his professional work. The majority of the present group of paintings were acquired directly from the artist and have remained in the family since with their son Desmond, who passed away last year. A number were exhibited at the Newbury District Museum in 1984. IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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Frederick Hall (1860-1948) - Drilling Corn

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Description: Oil on board Signed lower right; inscribed with title on the reverse 37 x 25.5 cm. (14 1/2 x 10 in) Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Thence by descent to the present owners Exhibited: Newbury District Museum, Paintings of the Countryside by Fred Hall 1860 - 1948 , 9th - 20th May 1984, no. 14 Frederick Hall, known by most as simply Fred Hall, is perhaps best known as a member of the Newlyn School of painters. Having studied at Lincoln School of Art between 1879 and 1881, he moved to Cornwall in the early 1880s to paint alongside fellow ex-Lincoln student, Frank Bramley, Stanhope Forbes and others. He remained until 1898. His Newlyn works combine the practice of working outside, en plein air, with an interest in social realism, particularly the depiction of rural life. However, as time went on, his style became more overtly impressionistic and this present, later, group of works demonstrates his more mature style. In 1911, Hall came to live in Speen, near Newbury where he remained until his death in 1948, aged 88. It was during this period that he came to know Harold Barton, senior partner at Dreweatt Watson and Barton, local agricultural auctioneers and land agents. Harold and his wife, Phyllis, became friends with Hall and helped to support him over the years. Harold would often take Fred on visits into the countryside, leaving him to paint for the day whilst he carried out his professional work. The majority of the present group of paintings were acquired directly from the artist and have remained in the family since with their son Desmond, who passed away last year. A number were exhibited at the Newbury District Museum in 1984. IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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Frederick Hall (1860-1948) - Stacking the Corn

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Description: Oil on board Signed lower left; inscribed with title on the reverse 38 x 48 cm. (15 x 19 in.) Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Thence by descent to the present owners Frederick Hall, known by most as simply Fred Hall, is perhaps best known as a member of the Newlyn School of painters. Having studied at Lincoln School of Art between 1879 and 1881, he moved to Cornwall in the early 1880s to paint alongside fellow ex-Lincoln student, Frank Bramley, Stanhope Forbes and others. He remained until 1898. His Newlyn works combine the practice of working outside, en plein air, with an interest in social realism, particularly the depiction of rural life. However, as time went on, his style became more overtly impressionistic and this present, later, group of works demonstrates his more mature style. In 1911, Hall came to live in Speen, near Newbury where he remained until his death in 1948, aged 88. It was during this period that he came to know Harold Barton, senior partner at Dreweatt Watson and Barton, local agricultural auctioneers and land agents. Harold and his wife, Phyllis, became friends with Hall and helped to support him over the years. Harold would often take Fred on visits into the countryside, leaving him to paint for the day whilst he carried out his professional work. The majority of the present group of paintings were acquired directly from the artist and have remained in the family since with their son Desmond, who passed away last year. A number were exhibited at the Newbury District Museum in 1984. IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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Frederick Hall (1860-1948) - Reaping Corn

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Description: Oil on board Signed with initials and dated 11 lower left; inscribed with title on the reverse 38 x 25.5 cm. (15 x 10 in) Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Thence by descent to the present owners Exhibited: Newbury District Museum, Paintings of the Countryside by Fred Hall 1860 - 1948 , 9th - 20th May 1984, no.15 Frederick Hall, known by most as simply Fred Hall, is perhaps best known as a member of the Newlyn School of painters. Having studied at Lincoln School of Art between 1879 and 1881, he moved to Cornwall in the early 1880s to paint alongside fellow ex-Lincoln student, Frank Bramley, Stanhope Forbes and others. He remained until 1898. His Newlyn works combine the practice of working outside, en plein air, with an interest in social realism, particularly the depiction of rural life. However, as time went on, his style became more overtly impressionistic and this present, later, group of works demonstrates his more mature style. In 1911, Hall came to live in Speen, near Newbury where he remained until his death in 1948, aged 88. It was during this period that he came to know Harold Barton, senior partner at Dreweatt Watson and Barton, local agricultural auctioneers and land agents. Harold and his wife, Phyllis, became friends with Hall and helped to support him over the years. Harold would often take Fred on visits into the countryside, leaving him to paint for the day whilst he carried out his professional work. The majority of the present group of paintings were acquired directly from the artist and have remained in the family since with their son Desmond, who passed away last year. A number were exhibited at the Newbury District Museum in 1984. IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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Frederick Hall (1860-1948) - Two Horses in the Shade

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Description: Oil on canvas Signed lower right 96 x 122 cm. (37 3/4 x 48 in) Frederick Hall, known by most as simply Fred Hall, is perhaps best known as a member of the Newlyn School of painters. Having studied at Lincoln School of Art between 1879 and 1881, he moved to Cornwall in the early 1880s to paint alongside fellow ex-Lincoln student, Frank Bramley, Stanhope Forbes and others. He remained until 1898. His Newlyn works combine the practice of working outside, en plein air, with an interest in social realism, particularly the depiction of rural life. However, as time went on, his style became more overtly impressionistic and this present, later, group of works demonstrates his more mature style. In 1911, Hall came to live in Speen, near Newbury where he remained until his death in 1948, aged 88. It was during this period that he came to know Harold Barton, senior partner at Dreweatt Watson and Barton, local agricultural auctioneers and land agents. Harold and his wife, Phyllis, became friends with Hall and helped to support him over the years. Harold would often take Fred on visits into the countryside, leaving him to paint for the day whilst he carried out his professional work. The majority of the present group of paintings were acquired directly from the artist and have remained in the family since with their son Desmond, who passed away last year. A number were exhibited at the Newbury District Museum in 1984. IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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Frederick Hall (1860-1948) - A Cottage at Blewberry

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Description: Oil on board Signed lower right; inscribed with title on a label on the reverse 32 x 41cm. (12 1/2 x 16 in) Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Thence by descent to the present owners Frederick Hall, known by most as simply Fred Hall, is perhaps best known as a member of the Newlyn School of painters. Having studied at Lincoln School of Art between 1879 and 1881, he moved to Cornwall in the early 1880s to paint alongside fellow ex-Lincoln student, Frank Bramley, Stanhope Forbes and others. He remained until 1898. His Newlyn works combine the practice of working outside, en plein air, with an interest in social realism, particularly the depiction of rural life. However, as time went on, his style became more overtly impressionistic and this present, later, group of works demonstrates his more mature style. In 1911, Hall came to live in Speen, near Newbury where he remained until his death in 1948, aged 88. It was during this period that he came to know Harold Barton, senior partner at Dreweatt Watson and Barton, local agricultural auctioneers and land agents. Harold and his wife, Phyllis, became friends with Hall and helped to support him over the years. Harold would often take Fred on visits into the countryside, leaving him to paint for the day whilst he carried out his professional work. The majority of the present group of paintings were acquired directly from the artist and have remained in the family since with their son Desmond, who passed away last year. A number were exhibited at the Newbury District Museum in 1984. IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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Frederick Hall (1860-1948) - Autumn

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Description: Oil on panel Signed lower right; inscribed with title on the reverse 31 x 41cm. (12 1/4 x 16 in) Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Thence by descent to the present owner Frederick Hall, known by most as simply Fred Hall, is perhaps best known as a member of the Newlyn School of painters. Having studied at Lincoln School of Art between 1879 and 1881, he moved to Cornwall in the early 1880s to paint alongside fellow ex-Lincoln student, Frank Bramley, Stanhope Forbes and others. He remained until 1898. His Newlyn works combine the practice of working outside, en plein air, with an interest in social realism, particularly the depiction of rural life. However, as time went on, his style became more overtly impressionistic and this present, later, group of works demonstrates his more mature style. In 1911, Hall came to live in Speen, near Newbury where he remained until his death in 1948, aged 88. It was during this period that he came to know Harold Barton, senior partner at Dreweatt Watson and Barton, local agricultural auctioneers and land agents. Harold and his wife, Phyllis, became friends with Hall and helped to support him over the years. Harold would often take Fred on visits into the countryside, leaving him to paint for the day whilst he carried out his professional work. The majority of the present group of paintings were acquired directly from the artist and have remained in the family since with their son Desmond, who passed away last year. A number were exhibited at the Newbury District Museum in 1984. IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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Frederick Hall R.B.C. (1860-1948) A river

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Description: Frederick Hall R.B.C. (1860-1948) A river landscape with windmills beyond Oil on board Signed and dated 99 lower left 33 x 40.5cm (13 x 16in)

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Frederick Hall (1860-1948) - Chickens in a Stable

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Description: Oil on board Signed lower right 33 x 40 cm. (13 x 15 3/4 in) Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Thence by descent to the present owners Frederick Hall, known by most as simply Fred Hall, is perhaps best known as a member of the Newlyn School of painters. Having studied at Lincoln School of Art between 1879 and 1881, he moved to Cornwall in the early 1880s to paint alongside fellow ex-Lincoln student, Frank Bramley, Stanhope Forbes and others. He remained until 1898. His Newlyn works combine the practice of working outside, en plein air, with an interest in social realism, particularly the depiction of rural life. However, as time went on, his style became more overtly impressionistic and this present, later, group of works demonstrates his more mature style. In 1911, Hall came to live in Speen, near Newbury where he remained until his death in 1948, aged 88. It was during this period that he came to know Harold Barton, senior partner at Dreweatt Watson and Barton, local agricultural auctioneers and land agents. Harold and his wife, Phyllis, became friends with Hall and helped to support him over the years. Harold would often take Fred on visits into the countryside, leaving him to paint for the day whilst he carried out his professional work. The majority of the present group of paintings were acquired directly from the artist and have remained in the family since with their son Desmond, who passed away last year. A number were exhibited at the Newbury District Museum in 1984. IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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Frederick Hall (1860-1948) - Stable Companions

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Description: Hand-coloured lithograph 27 x 32 cm. (10 1/2 x 12 in) Frederick Hall, known by most as simply Fred Hall, is perhaps best known as a member of the Newlyn School of painters. Having studied at Lincoln School of Art between 1879 and 1881, he moved to Cornwall in the early 1880s to paint alongside fellow ex-Lincoln student, Frank Bramley, Stanhope Forbes and others. He remained until 1898. His Newlyn works combine the practice of working outside, en plein air, with an interest in social realism, particularly the depiction of rural life. However, as time went on, his style became more overtly impressionistic and this present, later, group of works demonstrates his more mature style. In 1911, Hall came to live in Speen, near Newbury where he remained until his death in 1948, aged 88. It was during this period that he came to know Harold Barton, senior partner at Dreweatt Watson and Barton, local agricultural auctioneers and land agents. Harold and his wife, Phyllis, became friends with Hall and helped to support him over the years. Harold would often take Fred on visits into the countryside, leaving him to paint for the day whilst he carried out his professional work. The majority of the present group of paintings were acquired directly from the artist and have remained in the family since with their son Desmond, who passed away last year. A number were exhibited at the Newbury District Museum in 1984. IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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Frederick Hall (1860-1948) - The Yard

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Description: Oil on board Signed lower right 41 x 33 cm. (16 x 13 in) Provenance: Purchased from R.P Cossop, London Thence by descent to the present owners Frederick Hall, known by most as simply Fred Hall, is perhaps best known as a member of the Newlyn School of painters. Having studied at Lincoln School of Art between 1879 and 1881, he moved to Cornwall in the early 1880s to paint alongside fellow ex-Lincoln student, Frank Bramley, Stanhope Forbes and others. He remained until 1898. His Newlyn works combine the practice of working outside, en plein air, with an interest in social realism, particularly the depiction of rural life. However, as time went on, his style became more overtly impressionistic and this present, later, group of works demonstrates his more mature style. In 1911, Hall came to live in Speen, near Newbury where he remained until his death in 1948, aged 88. It was during this period that he came to know Harold Barton, senior partner at Dreweatt Watson and Barton, local agricultural auctioneers and land agents. Harold and his wife, Phyllis, became friends with Hall and helped to support him over the years. Harold would often take Fred on visits into the countryside, leaving him to paint for the day whilst he carried out his professional work. The majority of the present group of paintings were acquired directly from the artist and have remained in the family since with their son Desmond, who passed away last year. A number were exhibited at the Newbury District Museum in 1984. IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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Frederick Hall (1865 - 1948) - Haystacks

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Description: Oil on board 32 x 39.5 cm. (12 5/8 x 15 1/2 in) Provenance: Acquired directly by the artist Thence by descent IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions. Please note: the artist's dates should read 1860-1948 and the title should read 'Corn Stooks'

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§ FREDERICK HALL (BRITISH 1860-1948) AN AUTUMN LANDSCAPE 24.5cm x 34.5cm (9.5in x 14.5in)

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Description: § FREDERICK HALL (BRITISH 1860-1948) AN AUTUMN LANDSCAPE Signed 'Fred Hall', oil on canvasboard 24.5cm x 34.5cm (9.5in x 14.5in)

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FREDERICK HALL  (1860 - 1948, British)

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Description: Untitled (Cornish Street Scene) oil on canvas signed with initials and dated lower left: F. H/ 91| signed with initials and dated lower left: F. H/ 91

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Hall, Frederick 1860-1948 British AR, Returning Home. 20 x 30 ins., (51 x 7

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Description: Hall, Frederick 1860-1948 British AR, Returning Home. 20 x 30 ins., (51 x 76.25 cms.), Oil on Canvas, Signed.

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Frederick Hall (1860-1948) - The Cottage Cat

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Description: Oil on board Signed lower left 41 x 33 cm. (16 x 13 in) Provenance: Lt Col. G.C. Ashmore (label on reverse); Private collection, UK. IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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Description: Religious celebration in town

Condition Report: Good condition. Signed in pencil L/R. Borders has tears, blemishes & crease not affecting the image.

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Fred Hall (British, 1860-1948) - A grey mare with chestnut foal- signed lower right

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Description: Fred Hall (British, 1860-1948) A grey mare with chestnut foal signed lower right "Fred Hall" watercolour on buff paper h:27 w:32 cm

Condition Report: On buff paper and condition appears fine.

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FREDERICK HALL PAINTING OF GEESE

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Description: HALL, Frederick, (British, 1860-1948): Geese in Barnyard, Oil/Canvasboard, 13" x 16", signed lower right, framed, 19.25" x 22.25", Christie's label affixed verso.

Condition Report: Needs cleaning.

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Fred Hall (1880-1948) Portrait of a fisherboy, 13.5 x 9.75in.

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Description: Fred Hall (1880-1948) oil on canvas, Portrait of a fisherboy, signed, 13.5 x 9.75in.

Condition Report: Good untouched condition. Original canvas still tight. paint a little dirty with slightly discoloured varnish but essentially good. Old giltwood frmae. no labels or inscriptions verso. FURTHER IMAGES ALREADY AVAILABLE AT WWW.GORRINGES.CO.UK Descriptions provided in both printed and on-line catalogue formats do not include condition reports. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Interested bidders are strongly encouraged to request a condition report on any lots upon which they intend to bid, prior to placing a bid. All transactions are governed by Gorringes Conditions of Sale.

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Frederick Hall (1860-1948)

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Description: Artist: Frederick Hall (1860-1948); Title: "Burros"; Medium: Oil painting on board; Year or Era Produced: 19th/20th Century; Signature: Lower right; Sight Area Approximate Measurement: 13" x 16"; Frame Approximate Measurement: 20.875" x 23.625" x 2.25"; Approximate Weight: 3 lbs; Note: Purchased in 1992 from Savageau Galleries for $700.00

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Macintyre, J. (1880-1909). Ardrossan from Seamill.  Etching and drypoint, 1

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Description: Macintyre, J. (1880-1909). Ardrossan from Seamill. Etching and drypoint, 16.9x35,3 cm., signed "James Macintyre" in pencil and in the plate, titled in pencil in lower blank margin (sl. yellowed). Hall, F.G. (1860-1948). Gateway Rotterdam. Etching, 33,2x26,8 cm., signed "Fred. G. Hall" and titled in pencil in lower blank margin. Hamerton, P.G. (1834-1891). (Castle in mountainous landscape). Etching, 11,6x8,1 cm., signed in the plate. - AND 5 others.

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Description: The plough team Oil/board 13x16 inches (33x41 cm) signed (Lower Right).

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Description: The cottage yard Oil/canvas 20.1x25.2 in (51x64 cm) signed (Lower Left).

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Description: At Porlock church, Somerset, 1889 Oil/canvas 40x29 inches (102x73 cm) signed & dated (Lower Left).

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Description: Ducks in a farmyard at sunset Oil/canvas 25x30 inches (64x76 cm) signed.

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Frederick Hall (British, 1860-1948) Head study of a young girl

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Description: Head study of a young girl signed and dated 'FRED HALL/1886' (lower right)oil on panel32 x 21.5cm (12 5/8 x 8 7/16in).

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Description: Ploughing the fields Oil/panel 12.5x15.3 in (31.7x38.8 cm) signed (Lower Right).

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Frederick Hall (British, 1860-1948)

Description: A Plough Team at Worksigned, pastel 47.5 x 72.5cm (18 3/4 x 28 1/2in)

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Description: Portrait of young woman, mono.d.1883 Oil Painting (11x13in).

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Description: December, s. prov. Oil Painting (26x34in).

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Description: Fred HALL (1860 - 1948) Oil on board Ducks and a cat in the farmyard Signed 12.25" x 15.5" (31cm x 39.4cm)

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Description: Frederick Hall (1860-1948) On a cottage farm signed 'Fred hall' (lower left) oil on panel 13 x 15 in. (33 x 38.1 cm.)

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Frederick Hall (1860-1948)

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Description: Frederick Hall (1860-1948) The cottage farm signed and dated 'FRED HALL/1890' (lower right) oil on canvas 24 x 14 in. (61 x 35.5 cm.)

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Description: in the fields signed and dated 1886 oil on canvas 82 by 38cm., 32D by 15in.

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Fred Hall (1860-1948)

Description: Coastal landscape signed (lower left)oil on panel33 x 41 cm. (13 x 16 1/8 in.)

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The young performers

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Description: Frederick Hall (1860-1948) The young performers signed with initials and dated 'F.H./ 91.' (lower left) oil on canvas 18 x 24 in. (45.7 x 60.9 cm.)

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Description: In the shade of the trees Oil/board 20.1x25.2 in (51x64 cm) signed Title S verso.

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Description: A day off Oil/board 13x16 inches (33x41 cm) signed (Lower Left).

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Description: The companions Oil/board 20.1x25.2 in (51x64 cm) signed Title S verso.

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Description: Outside the Rose and Crown signed and dated 'Fred Hall/1905' (lower left) oil on canvas 22 x 18in. (55.9 x 45.7cm.) see front cover illustration.

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Frederick Hall (British, 1860-1948) Still life of flowers in a green vase

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Description: Still life of flowers in a green vasesigned 'FRED Hall' (lower right), oil on canvas 56 x 43.5cm (22 1/16 x 17 1/8in).

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Description: Views on Donnington, s. board Oil Painting (60x30in).

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Frederick Hall (British, 1860-1948) Horse and foal

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Description: Horse and foalsigned 'FRED HALL' (lower left), oil on board 31 x 40cm (12 3/16 x 15 3/4in).

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In the meadows near Edam

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Description: Frederick Hall (1860-1948) In the meadows near Edam signed and dated 'Fred Hall/1899.' (lower right) oil on panel 13¼ x 16¼ in. (33.6 x 41.2 cm.)

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Description: Trees in Parklandsigned and dated 1912, pastel 58 x 45 cm.

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Frederick Hall (British, 1860-1948)

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Description: Mike signed and dated 'Fred Hall/1918' (lower left) and inscribed with title (upper right) oil on canvas 63.5 x 76cm (25 x 29 15/16in).

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Description: Burnham Beeches signed lower left Fred Hall oil on canvas 161/4 x 21in. (41.2 x 53.3cm.).

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