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Autumn Fine Art Sale

by Tennants


681 lots | 677 with images

November 16, 2013

The Auction Centre

Harmby Road

Leyburn, DL8 5SG United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1969 623780

Fax: +44 (0)1969 624281

Email: enquiry@tennants-ltd.co.uk

Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn (1606-1669) ''The

Lot 650: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn (1606-1669) ''The

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Description: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn (1606-1669) ''The Triumph of Mordecai'' (B., Holl.40; H. 172) Etching with drypoint, no margins, 16.5cm by 21cm The image appears in reverse to the known work by the artist and as a light coloured impression purports to be a counter impression, possibly of the first state and dating from the mid 1600's. The lot is sold with a receipt of purchase dated 13.02.1981 - Harrods Fine Art Department. Trimmed, some foxing. Slightly discoloured paper, the print is stuck down at the corners and the reverse of the paper has not been inspected. Some creasing to the paper evident especially in bottom section. Inscribed in brown ink along the lower edge H.F?.

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Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1729-1778) ''The Arch

Lot 651: Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1729-1778) ''The Arch

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Description: Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1729-1778) ''The Arch of Trajan at Benevento'' Etching, 47cm by 71 (pl) The paper is quite discoloured and dirty. There are two pencil ? marks to the right of the Arch approximately 7cms in length. There is small crease/ tear the paper in the border in the upper right hand side and a few minor imperfections. Not examined out of the frame. In overall fair condition.

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Edith Lawrence (1890-1973) The cricket match

Lot 652: Edith Lawrence (1890-1973) The cricket match

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Description: Edith Lawrence (1890-1973) The cricket match Signed in pencil and numbered 22/25, a lino cut print, 22.5cm by 33cm Edith Lawrence was the partner of Claude Flight, who founded the Grosvenor School of Modern Art, along with Iain MacNab, Cyril Power and Sybil Andrews.

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Lot 653: Circle of Renier Coveyn (1636-1681) Flemish A

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Description: Circle of Renier Coveyn (1636-1681) Flemish A study of a tower in a river landscape Bears initials R.C., brown pen and ink, unframed, together with five further Dutch Old Master drawings of landscape subjects of 17th and 18th date, 6.5cm by 13.5cm and various other sizes (6) Provenance: Reputedly Sotheby's, 1954, part lot

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Lot 653A: Attributed to John Rocque (c.1705-1762) ''A South

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Description: Attributed to John Rocque (c.1705-1762) ''A South View of Kildare taken from Tully Road'' Inscribed From Mr Rocque, pencil, pen and ink with wash, 34cm by 52cm, unframed Sold with a copy of part of a letter of the 6th of June 1972, from Hugh Cobbe of the British Library, indentifying this drawing as a study for the title page of the volume of maps of Lord Kildare's estates in the Manor of Kildare. This volume (now at Trinity College Dublin: MS 10434), dated 1757, forms part of the eight volume hand-drawn survey prepared by John Rocque between 1755 and 1760 for James, 20th Earl of Kildare, later 1st Duke of Leinster, of his Leinster lands - 68,000 acres in all. The actual title page, as it appears in the abovementioned volume, is reproduced in ''The Practical and The Decorative: The Kildare Estate Maps of John Rocque'', an article by Anne Hodge published in the Irish Arts Review, Vol 17 (2001), plate 2.

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