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Emily Mary Osborn Auction Price Results

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Emily Mary Osborn

Lot 447: Emily Mary Osborn

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Description: Emily Mary Osborn (British, 1834-1893) THE STORY oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right H20" W16" Provenance: Old Masters Gallery, United Kingdom

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Emily Mary Osborne (1834-1908) oil on canvas,

Lot 45: Emily Mary Osborne (1834-1908) oil on canvas,

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Description: Emily Mary Osborne (1834-1908) oil on canvas, woman and child reading a book, signed, 20'' x 16'', framed.

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EMILY MARY OSBORN B. 1834

Lot 73: EMILY MARY OSBORN B. 1834

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Description: VIEW OF AN ESTUARY AT DUSK36 by 86.5cm.; 14 by 34in.signed l.l.: EM Osbornoil on canvas

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Lot 89: Emily Mary Osborn (1834-c.1908) A girl seated at

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Description: Emily Mary Osborn (1834-c.1908) A girl seated at the waters edge Oil on canvas Signed with monogram lower left 74 x 46 cm (29 x 18 in) condition report Relined, craqueleure/shrinkage throughout, some retouching visible, would benefit from a clean.

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Lot 98: OSBORN, Emily Mary (1834-?, British)

Description: God's acre, prov. Oil Painting (28x36in).

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Lot 98: Emily Mary Osborn (b.1834, fl.1851-1908)

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Description: God's Acre oil on canvas 353/4 x 271/2 in. (91 x 69.9 cm.) PROVENANCE Messrs. Virtue & Co.; Christie's, 1 March 1879, lot 134 (58 gns. to Tooth). ENGRAVED By H. Bourne. SALESROOM NOTICE Please note that this lot is signed with initials (lower centre).

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Emily Mary Osborn (1834 - after 1913)

Lot 103: Emily Mary Osborn (1834 - after 1913)

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Description: Going Home, a study for 'Home Thoughts' (recto); and two studies (verso) oil on board 11 x 15 in. (28 x 38.1 cm.) PROVENANCE with The Maas Gallery, London, from whom acquired by the present owner in 1984. EXHIBITION The Painter was a Lady, 1986-7, no. 23. Ladies of the Brush, 1994-5, no. 25. The Heatherley School of Fine Art: 150th Anniversary Exhibition, 1996, no. 57. NOTES This is a study for Osborn's picture Home Thoughts, exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1856, no. 519, with the accompanying verses: One heart heavy, one heart light Half in day and half in night This globe forever goes One wave dark, another bright So life's river flows And who among us knows. Why in this stream, which cannot stop, The sun is on one waterdrop, The shadow on another. The setting is the parlour of a girl's boarding school at the beginning of the Christmas holidays. The fortunate child, whose mother has come to collect her is contrasted with an orphan wearing black, contemplative in the window seat, for whom there will be no family to return to over the holidays. In the finished version, she is left to the mercy of the schoolmistress to the right whose features hint that she is neither loving nor loveable. Readers of Jane Eyre, Charlotte Bront‰'s novel, would have sympathised with her plight. The finished version, and Osborn's most famous picture, Nameless and Friendless, currently on loan to the National Gallery, London, are in the collection of the late Sir David Scott, and were exhibited at the National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh, 1991, nos. 12 and 13. Osborn was one of the most distinguished women artists of the Victorian era, and two of her works were purchased by Queen Victoria. She exhibited at both the Royal Academy and the Grosvenor Gallery, and later at the New Gallery. The sketches on the reverse have yet to be identified.

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Emily Mary Osborn (BRITISH, 1834- Ca. 1908)

Lot 104: Emily Mary Osborn (BRITISH, 1834- Ca. 1908)

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Description: Sailing barges in an estuarysigned 'E M Osborn' (lower right)oil on canvas10 x 18 in. (25.4 x 45.7 cm.)

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[LAMB, Charles (1775-1834)]. <I>The New Year's Feast on His Coming of Age</I>. London: J. Harris

Lot 104: [LAMB, Charles (1775-1834)]. The New Year's Feast on His Coming of Age. London: J. Harris

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Description: [LAMB, Charles (1775-1834)]. The New Year's Feast on His Coming of Age. London: J. Harris and Son, 1824. 8° (176 x 101mm). 6 hand-coloured engraved plates. One-leaf advertisement for Harris's Cabinet of Amusement at end. (Some marginal spotting.) Late 19th-century red morocco gilt, original printed boards bound in. Provenance: John Gribble, sold Parke-Bernet, New York, 8 May 1945, lot 307 for $130 (£32 10s). The New Year's Feast is a 'versification' of Charles Lamb's 'Rejoicings upon the New Year's Coming of Age' which had first appeared in the London Magazine in January, 1823. According to the short preface, 'The writer thought it might be rendered both amusing and instructive to the young, if cast in a poetic form... the illustrative Notes are taken chiefly from "Clavis Calendaria" by Brady, and are designed to assist the juvenile capacity in understanding the allusions in the poem.' The Osborne copy lacks the original covers which are preserved here. Osborne II, p. 653; not in Thomson.

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 Emily Mary Osborn , 1828-1925 home thoughts oil on canvas, arched top

Lot 119: Emily Mary Osborn , 1828-1925 home thoughts oil on canvas, arched top

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Description: signed l.r.: E. Osborn ; inscribed and signed on an old label attached to the stretcher: Home Thoughts-/ One heart heavy, one heart light; half in day and half in night/ This globe forever goes/ One wave dark, another bright/ So life's river flows./ and who among us knows/ Why in this stream, that cannot stop,/ The sun is on one waterdrop/ The shadow on another?/ E. Osborn/ 30 Upper Gower Street oil on canvas, arched top

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Emily Mary Osborn (BRITISH, 1834- Ca. 1908)

Lot 130: Emily Mary Osborn (BRITISH, 1834- Ca. 1908)

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Description: Head of a boy, turned to the left and looking upsigned 'EM Osborn' (lower left)red chalk on paper11 x 9 in. (27.9 x 22.9 cm.)

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Lot 158: OSBORN, EMILY (1834-?)

Description: Village anglais oil/panel 7.9x11.8 in (20x30 cm) signed (Lower Left).

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Lot 169: OSBORN, Emily Mary (1834-c.1908)

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Description: The Escape of Lord Nithisdale from the Tower, 1716 Oil/canvas 53,1 x 40,9 inches (135.0 x 104.0cm) Initial. left Illustrated.

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EMILY MARY OSBORNE (BRITISH 1828-1925) STILL LIFE

Lot 201: EMILY MARY OSBORNE (BRITISH 1828-1925) STILL LIFE

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Description: EMILY MARY OSBORNE (BRITISH 1828-1925) STILL LIFE WITH GRAPES AND PINEAPPLE watercolour, signed 35cm x 46cm

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Emily Mary Osborn (British, 1834-1908)

Lot 228: Emily Mary Osborn (British, 1834-1908)

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Description: When the Weary are at Restsigned with monogram (lower right)oil on canvas12 x 10 in. (30.5 x 25.4 cm.)

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Lot 248: OSBORN, EMILY MARY (1834-c.1908)

Description: > Oil/canvas 12x10 inches (30.5x25.5 cm) Monog.

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EMILY MARY OSBORNE (ENGLISH 1828-1925) STILL LIFE

Lot 278: EMILY MARY OSBORNE (ENGLISH 1828-1925) STILL LIFE

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Description: EMILY MARY OSBORNE (ENGLISH 1828-1925) STILL LIFE WITH GRAPES AND PINEAPPLE watercolour, signed 35cm x 46cm

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Lot 307: OSBORN, EMILY MARY (1834-c.1908)

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Description: The escape of Lord Nithisdle from the towwer, 1716 Oil/canvas 135x104 cm Init.

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Lot 309: OSBORN, Emily Mary, (1834 c1908), OIL ON A

Description: OSBORN, Emily Mary, (1834 c1908), OIL ON A MAHOGANY PANEL, verso title and inscription: "To the Brook", painted on mahogany by Osborn, 26cm x 21cm, framed, face of woman has been cleaned and repainted.

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Lot 368: OSBORN, Emily Mary (1834-c.1908)

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Description: Venice at dusk Watercolour 3,9 x 9,4 inches (10.0 x 24.0cm) Signed lower right.

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Lot 425: Emily Mary Osborne (1828 - 1925) Framed

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Description: Emily Mary Osborne (1828 - 1925) Framed watercolour, signed bottom right 'Still Life, fruit' 35cm x 46cm

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ATTRIB TO EMILY MARY OSBORN (1834- ?), Mother and

Lot 566: ATTRIB TO EMILY MARY OSBORN (1834- ?), Mother and

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Description: ATTRIB TO EMILY MARY OSBORN (1834- ?), Mother and Child Reading, oil on canvas, signed, 20" x 16", gilt frame

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ATTRIB TO EMILY MARY OSBORN (1834- ?), Mother and

Lot 643: ATTRIB TO EMILY MARY OSBORN (1834- ?), Mother and

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Description: ATTRIB TO EMILY MARY OSBORN (1834- ?), Mother and Child Reading, oil on canvas, signed, 20" x 16", gilt frame

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