Fine Art & Antiques (416 Lots)
416 lots with images
January 21, 2017Live Auction
Maidenhead, United Kingdom
January 21, 2017Live Auction
Maidenhead, United Kingdom
Description: An Edwardian Art Nouveau mahogany display cabinet the upper gallery inlaid with mother of pearl and boxwood flowers, over a central space flanked by leaded glass doors, over a cupboard door with further floral inlay, supported on square tapering and shaped legs with shelf below. 122.5 cm wide, 38cm deep, 174 cm highView additional info
Description: A Victorian carved rosewood piano stool with buttoned red velvet upholstered swivel seat, supported on a carved and turned column, to a petal shaped base and three carved paw feet.
Condition Report: One split to base, otherwise in reasonable good condition.View additional info
Description: A Victorian walnut drop flap Sutherland table the shaped lozenge shaped top supported on turned columns to brass castors. 89 cm wide.View additional info
Description: A Regency mahogany fold-over tea table the plain top with moulded edge and supported on a turned wrythen column to a rectangular plinth and four scrolling legs with brass paw feet. 92 cm wide.View additional info
Description: James Schoolbred & Co. Edwardian Art Nouveau inlaid hall stand, the back finely inlaid with scrolling flowers, with central shaped mirror, over a veined marble shelf, with drawer below, stick stand to one side and barleytwist supports, the drawer stamped J.A.S. Schoolbred & Co 94683b, 219cm high, 133cm wide.
Condition Report: Generally very good condition, although missing most coat hooks, a few odd scratches and marks.View additional info
Description: An Edwardian rosewood inlaid writing desk by Maple & Co. the top with a pair of hinged flaps opening to reveal fitted stationery compartments, one with small drawer below, with brass galleries, central mirrored section and inset leather top, over a central frieze drawer and flanked by two larger drawers, supported on square tapering legs to castors. The drawer stamped Maple & Co. 107 cm wide.
Condition Report: Generally in good condition, with some light wear in places, no significant damage.View additional info
Description: Victorian stained pine breakfront sideboard with carved floral mouldings, four panel doors, enclosing shelves, W: 182cm.
Condition Report: Some fading in places, a few minor splits, no major damage.View additional info
Description: A Regency mahogany tilt top breakfast table the flame top supported on a turned column, to four splayed feet with brass caps and castors. 121 x 91 cm.View additional info
Description: Edwardian Art Nouveau mahogany side cabinet the mirrored back with shelf above and surrounded by a carved foliate frame, the plane top over a single glazed door with bevelled glass plates supported on square legs,147cm wide
Condition Report: Generally in very good condition, no significant damage, few minor marks in places., surface scratches to top.View additional info
Description: A large George III mahogany pad foot gate leg dining table with a pair of hinge folding flaps and supported on six legs, 121 cm wide, 172cm long (extended).
Condition Report: Some splits in places, various age related marks, no significant damage.View additional info
Description: A 19th century gilt gesso pier mirror the pierced top decorated with ribbons, scrolls and flowers, over a domed top mirrored plate. 112 x 47 cm
Condition Report: Some previously repaired damage, old woodworm holes.View additional info
Description: Manner of Thomas Gainsborough A 19th century landscape scene with cattle in a meadow, a bridge in the distance. Oil on panel, in a later gilt frame. Unsigned. 15 x 37 cm.
Condition Report: Several areas of overpainting.View additional info
Description: Trevor Chamberlain (b.1933) British mid 20th century, entitled 'Towards the Tate Gallery', a street scene with London Taxi, signed and dated 1960, oil on canvas, in a wooden and canvas gilt frame, label to verso, 28.5cm x 39cm.
Condition Report: In excellent condition, minor dents to frame.View additional info
Description: Claude Graham Muncaster RWS, ROI, RBA, SMA (1903-1974) British 'Evening in Glen Gelder' a rolling landscape scene near Balmoral Castle. Signed lower left, dated September 1947 verso, watercolour. 26 x 36.5 cm.View additional info
Description: Claude Graham Muncaster RWS, ROI, RBA, SMA (1903-1974) British 'A Barn in Somerset' a rambling farmyard scene. Signed lower left, dated 1939 verso, watercolour. 27 x 37 cm.
Condition Report: In good condition with no damage.View additional info
Description: Claude Graham Muncaster RWS, ROI, RBA, SMA (1903-1974) British 'Totley Moor' a rolling landscape scene. Signed and dated 1932 lower left, watercolour. 26 x 37 cm.View additional info
Description: Claude Graham Muncaster RWS, ROI, RBA, SMA (1903-1974) British 'View Across Morecombe Bay' a coastal landscape scene, with stormy skies, a heron on the shore. Signed lower left, dated 1967 verso, oil on board. 54 x 79.5 cm.
Condition Report: In good condition with no damage, few minor marks to frame.View additional info
Description: 18th century Continental school, 'The Chiropodist', a domestic interior scene of a man having his feet examined, oil on panel, within a giltwood frame. 25 x 21.5cmView additional info
Description: Fred Miller (1800-1892) British Two landscape scenes of shepherds peacefully tending their flocks, watercolour and gouache on paper, each signed lower left, framed and glazed. 22.75cm x 40cm, and 21.5cm x 33cm.
Condition Report: Both in overall good condition, no apparent damage. Colours strong, re-framed and glazed. Possibly slight fading to margins.View additional info and full condition report
Description: A large framed late 19th century landscape showing a man droving sheep along a wooded path, oil on canvas, in a gold coloured wooden frame, 108cm x 77cm.
Condition Report: Good condition, no noticeable damage.View additional info
Description: An early 20th century framed rural scene of a young woman chasing geese through a field, the sea is shown in the distance, oil on canvas, in a gold coloured wooden frame, 49cm x 58.5cm
Condition Report: Multiple scratches and markings to surface of painting, canvas coming away from frame.View additional info
Description: Early 20th century British school A portrait of Christine, seated with hands in her lap and melancholy expression, oil on board, appears unsigned, initialled and dated M. V. 23 verso, with partial gallery label, 88cm x 44cm.
Condition Report: Fair in general, some light wear and scratches in places, no significant damage.View additional info
Description: Military interest. A portrait of General Sir Bernard Law Montgomery (1887 - 1976) wearing Royal Tank Regiment beret and twin badges, oil on canvas, bears indistinct signature followed by letters R.A.F., dated 1943, in giltwood frame. H: 32cm W: 24cmView additional info
Description: Early 20th century English school an Impressionist painting of a drayman with his two cart horses, label verso entitled 'Sage and Thyme', oil on board in an earlier Victorian gilt frame, 49cm x 61cm.
Condition Report: Painting with no significant damage, gilt frame deteriorated.View additional info
Description: A small collection of assorted 19th century pictures including a small watercolour sketch of a castle, a watercolour sketch of a courting couple entitled 'Oh! You Duck', a small landscape print, and a gilt framed mirror. (4)
Condition Report: No significant damage but a few chips to frames.View additional info
Description: Attributed to Thomas Patrick Keating (1917-1984) British a pair of paintings of horses in the manner of Munnings, oil on canvas, both in gold painted wooden frames, 26.5cm x 35cm.
Condition Report: Good condition, no noticeable damage.View additional info
Description: A small framed Impressionist landscape late 19th century, oil on canvas, in a gold coloured wooden and gesso frame. Monogrammed F.T. 8cm x 14cm.
Condition Report: Panting in good condition, three large chips to the frame.View additional info
Description: Benjamin Williams Leader RA (1831-1923) British 'On the banks of Derwent Water' and 'The Wetterhorn from above Rosenlaui', A pair of landscapes signed and dated 1875, oil on board, 20cm x 17cm, in gilt gesso frames with name plaques, Worcestershire Exhibition Fine Art Section 1882 labels verso.
Condition Report: Major areas of cracking and chipping to framesView additional info
Description: A framed mid 19th century painting of a knight on horseback a knight and a female figure sit astride a horse, riding through deep water, oil on canvas, in a gold coloured wooden frame, 52cm x 39cm.
Condition Report: Minor craquelure but overall in good condition.View additional info
Description: A mid 19th century portrait of a gentleman oil on canvas, 14cm x 12.5cm, in a gilt gesso frame, together with a 19th century street scene, watercolour, in a gilt gesso frame, 23.5cm x 17.5cm (2).
Condition Report: Multiple chips and cracks to frames, paintings overall in good condition with one hairline crack at top right of portrait.View additional info and full condition report
Description: A framed mid 19th century conversation piece in an interior setting, a seated woman stares angrily at the younger female figure standing before her, others crowd around to watch the drama, oil on board, in a wooden frame, chalk marks to verso, 22 x 31 cm.
Condition Report: A few minor scratches, board in flaking in lower right corner.View additional info
Description: Framed 19th century English school portrait of a young boy a half-length portrait of a child wearing a ruff, oil on canvas, in a black and gold coloured wooden frame, 50.5 x 38.5 cm.
Condition Report: Painting coming away from frame, previous relining apparent.View additional info
Description: Attributed to Paul Albert Besnard RA (1849-1934) French 1893, framed pastel portrait of a red headed young lady, oil on board, signed and dated by the artist at the lower right with the initials 'AB', in a gold coloured wooden frame with the lettering 'Royal Academy 1893' below portrait, 51cm x 40-5cm.
Condition Report: Good condition, no obvious damage.View additional info
Description: Perrin (early 20th century) British A large early abstract painting.View additional info
Description: Philip Dolan (fl. 1867-1877) A fisherman taking a blue lobster from a lobster pot in a boat, sh at his feet. Watercolour, signed lower left, framed and glazed. 38 x 26 cm.View additional info
Description: Elspeth Spottiswood (1926-) British A small framed painting of boats in a harbour, oil on paper, in a painted wooden frame, label to verso, 17cm x 23.5cm.
Condition Report: Scratching and chipping to frame, overall in good condition.View additional info
Description: Small framed urban scene late 20th century European, a brightly coloured depiction of a square and surrounding houses, possibly signed by the artist at the lower right, oil on board, in a white wooden frame, 9.5cm x 13cm.
Condition Report: Some wear to frame but overall in good condition.View additional info
Description: James Willing (20th century) A pair of Egyptian scenes, after 'H. M. Herget' one an interior with figures and a nude, the other of figures in boats. Signed and dated '46. Watercolour. Framed and glazed. 34 x 40.5 cm.View additional info
Description: Manner of Walter Sickert (early 20th century) a London Park scene, oil on board, unsigned, bears Newman's of London label verso. 18 x 25.5 cm.View additional info
Description: A late 19th century Newlyn School framed portrait of a young girl half-length portrait of young girl in a red hat looking towards the right, oil on board, possibly signed by the artist at the lower right, in a wooden frame, 48.5 x 34 cm.
Condition Report: Some craquelure, board is coming away from the frame.View additional info
Description: E.H. Parkyns (20th century) British a framed watercolour of the Newport docks, entitled 'Newport', signed by the artist to lower right, in a veneer frame, 38cm x 49cm.
Condition Report: Foxing and aging to painting, yellowed glue to mount, foxing to verso of frame, break and chip to lower left corner of frame.View additional info and full condition report
Description: Alexander Wallace Rimington (1854-1918) British 'Salisbury from Amesbury' A peaceful English landscape with a figure on horseback tending to sheep surrounded by rolling hills. Signed lower left, dated 1902 verso. 22 x 34 cm.View additional info
Description: William Strang (20th century) A group of three double sided pencil sketches of pigs, together with a similar sketch by Mary Krishna, all framed and glazed, largest H:17.5cm, W:26cm. (4)
Condition Report: All in good condition.View additional info
Description: An 18th century copper plate engraving, map of the 'Royaume de France'; the Kingdom of France divided into General Government regions, hand-coloured, dated 1750, signed S Robert (by Gilles Robert de Vaugondy, official geographer to Louis XV, framed. Possibly a copy from the Atlas Universal, published by his son Didier de Vaugondy, 1757. H: 51cm W: 62cmView additional info
Description: A 17th century hand-coloured engraving entitled 'Map of Guiana' Dutch text to verso recounting history of the Wild Coast, by Jhannes Jansonius of Amsterdam (1588 - 1664), framed. H: 38cm W: 50cmView additional info
Description: Framed three quarter length portrait of King George V (1865-1936) in full naval uniform dated 1911-12, the King wearing his Admiral of the Fleet uniform, including insignia, the Order of the Garter, Star of the Order if the Bath the Star of Malta, Royal Victorian Chain, medals and Royal Family Orders. Gelatin silver print by W & D Downey, signed and dated lower right (partially over-inked), in silver coloured wooden standing frame, H: 28.5cm, W: 42cm.
Condition Report: Foxing to print, not affecting image, chips and scratches to frameView additional info
Description: A small mid 20th century flower print inscribed verso 'BEDL 17, Maxwell John Artists Ltd.View additional info
Description: A print of two gentleman pike fishing from Henry Alkens, National Sports of Great Britain, 1903 edition, image 19 x 29.5cm together with two fish prints, 'Great Lake Trout' and 'Gillaroo Trout', framed and glazed, 22 x 30cm (3)View additional info
Description: Charles George Lewis (British, 1808-1880). Lord Nelson receiving the Swords of Spanish Officers on board the San Jose coloured proof print 1853, after the original by Thomas Jones Barker, framed. H: 64cm W: 90cm Note: The San Jose was renamed the San Josef, and served as a British naval vessel until break-up in 1849. Original painting is now in a private collection.View additional info
Description: A set of 12 framed colour prints from Wagner's opera 'Tristan and Isolda' all framed and glazed, 'Tristan und Isolde 12 bilder zu Richard Wagner's Tondichung' together with their original folio case, 35cm x 33cm.
Condition Report: Generally in good condition, some yellowing with age, most noticeable on the mounts.View additional info