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ARTHUR HUGHES 1832-1915

Estimate: £8,000 - £12,000

Description: signed l.r.: ARTHUR HUGHESoil on board

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Description: Young woman with flowing hair with young man, mono. i.verso ink pencil dr lit. Works on paper (7x6in).

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Estimate: $3,198 - $4,797

Description: and signed and inscribed 'Sweet Lavender/Arthur Hughes/Wallington Bridge/near Carshalton/Surrey' on an old label on the reverse; oil on panel 22 1/2 x 12 1/8 in. (57 xx 31 cm.) PROVENANCE: Anon. sale, Sotheby's Belgravia, 29 June 1976, lot 59 (unsold at œ550) Anon. sale, Sotheby's Belgravia, 18 April 1978, lot 68 (sold œ600) EXHIBITED: Liverpool, Free Public Library and Museum, "Autumn Exhibition of Modern Pictures," 1876, no. 192 (as 'Sweet Blooming Lavender', priced at 70 guineas) The picture was exhibited at Liverpool in the autumn of 1876, and was probably painted the previous spring. When it was sold in 1978 it had a companionpiece, "The Mall, St. James's Park," which also showed a girl selling lavender (in this case seated), with a lady being carried in a sedan chair in the distance. The two works probably owe something to Francis Wheatley's famous "Cries of London," and certainly belong to the 'Queen Anne' revival which was such a notable element in 'aesthetic' taste at this date. Kate Greenaway perhaps offers the most obvious parallel, and the pictures are contemporary with the building of Bedford Park, Norman Shaw's innovative garden suburb in Chiswick, with its neo-Georgian architecture and self-consciously 'aesthetic' lifestyle. Hughes must have had friends among the many artists who lived there - for instance, T.M. Rooke, who, significantly enough, lived in Queen Anne's Gardens (see lot 332). As the label on the back confirms, Hughes himself had recently moved to Wallington, near Carshalton in Surrey, where he had inherited a property from a cousin, Miss Mary Ann Dredge, which he re-named 'Wandle Bank'; but in 1891 he too would move to an eighteenth-century ambient, settling in a charming red-brick house (still standing) on Kew Green. We are grateful to Leonard Roberts for his help in preparing this entry.

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Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Description: Sweet Lavender Oil/panel 22,4 x 12,2 inches (57.0 x 31.0cm) Signed lower right Illustrated.

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Estimate: £5,000 - £7,000

Description: Arthur Hughes1832-1915at the church gateindistinctly signed l.l.oil on canvas75 by 53.5 cm., 29 1/2 by 21 in.

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Estimate: £5,000 - £7,000 ($7,501 - $10,501)

Description: 1832-1915 at the church gate indistinctly signed l.l. oil on canvas 75 by 53.5 cm., 29 1/2 by 21 in.

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Arthur Hughes (British, 1832-1915) The Gannel, Low Water, Newquay, Cornwall

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000

Description: The Gannel, Low Water, Newquay, Cornwallsigned 'Arthur Hughes' (lower left), inscribed as titled to a label verso, oil on panel, 22 x 37cm (8 11/16 x 14 9/16in).

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Arthur Hughes (British, 1832-1915) The Gannel, Low Water, Newquay, Cornwall

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000

Description: The Gannel, Low Water, Newquay, Cornwallsigned 'Arthur Hughes' (lower left), inscribed as titled to a label verso, oil on panel, 22 x 37cm (8 11/16 x 14 9/16in).

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Chalk Pastel Monogrammed Arthur Hughes (1832 -

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: Chalk Pastel Monogrammed Arthur Hughes (1832 - 1915) 'Study for the Heavenly Stairs' Circa 1880 Bears label to reverse 26cm x 24cm

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Arthur Hughes, British 1832-1915- Portrait of a

Estimate: £1,200 - £1,800

Description: Arthur Hughes, British 1832-1915- Portrait of a Seated Girl oil on unstretched canvas with charcoal, 37x24cm: together with an oil on panel depicting a portrait of a girl in blue, by the same hand, 21.5x16cm, (2) Provenance: A Seated Girl, Christie's, 5 October 1973, part of lot 214 bought Hartnoll & Eyre; Sotheby's, Belgravia, 20 July 1976, lot 108; Sotheby's, Belgravia, 18 March 1980, lot 23; Christopher Wood Gallery, 1981; Sotheby's, 28 September 1988, lot 197; Christie's, 6 November 1995, lot 92; Alan B. Gateley and thence by descent Published: Leonard Roberts, Arthur Hughes, His Life and Works, 1997, A Seated Girl cat. no.151, illus, p.187

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Description: Study for Adoration of Shepherds, mono. chk Works on paper (8x10in).

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Arthur Hughes 1832-1915- Jack and Jill; original

Estimate: £700 - £900

Description: Arthur Hughes 1832-1915- Jack and Jill; original artwork for illustration, two, both pen and black ink, both signed with monogram, 21x14 and 19.5x14cm., (2), (unframed)

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Description: The Mower - passing away saith the World, passing away, panel arched mount Oil Painting (11x12in).

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CIRCLE OF ARTHUR HUGHES (British, 1832-1915) A

Description: CIRCLE OF ARTHUR HUGHES (British, 1832-1915) A young maiden within a prison cell, possibly based on 'The eve of St Agnes'

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Arthur Hughes, British 1832-1915- Portrait of a

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Description: Arthur Hughes, British 1832-1915- Portrait of a Seated Girl oil on unstretched canvas with charcoal, 37x24cm: together with an oil on panel depicting a portrait of a girl in blue, by the same hand, 21.5x16cm, (2) Provenance: A Seated Girl, Christie's, 5 October 1973, part of lot 214 bought Hartnoll & Eyre; Sotheby's, Belgravia, 20 July 1976, lot 108; Sotheby's, Belgravia, 18 March 1980, lot 23; Christopher Wood Gallery, 1981; Sotheby's, 28 September 1988, lot 197; Christie's, 6 November 1995, lot 92; Alan B. Gateley and thence by descent Published: Leonard Roberts, Arthur Hughes, His Life and Works, 1997, A Seated Girl cat. no.151, illus, p.187

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Arthur Hughes (1832-1915) Coastal cottages by

Estimate: £800 - £1,200

Description: Arthur Hughes (1832-1915) Coastal cottages by moonlight Signed, oil on board, 27.5 by 42cm

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Dark thoughts

Estimate: £500 - £700

Description: Arthur Hughes (1832-1915) Dark thoughts signed 'Arthur Hughes' (lower right) black chalk and bodycolour 14¾ x 14¾ in. (37.5 x 37.5 cm.)

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Description: Gurnards head from St. Ives side, s. s.i.verso panel Oil Painting (11x6in).

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Arthur Hughes 1832-1917-

Estimate: £300 - £500

Description: Arthur Hughes 1832-1917- "At Midnight the Moon Cometh"; oil on panel, signed, 30x40.5cm., (unframed) Provenance: with The Fine Art Society Ltd., London according to label attached to the reverse

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Arthur Hughes 1832-1915- Jack and Jill; original

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500

Description: Arthur Hughes 1832-1915- Jack and Jill; original artwork for illustration, two, both pen and black ink, both signed with monogram, 21x14 and 19.5x14cm., (2), (unframed)

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Arthur Hughes 1832-1915- Figures by a fortified

Estimate: £300 - £500

Description: Arthur Hughes 1832-1915- Figures by a fortified gate; watercolour, bears inscription on the reverse of the mount, 6.2x8.5cm., (mounted) (unframed)

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Arthur Hughes 1932-1915- Study for a portrait of

Estimate: £300 - £500

Description: Arthur Hughes 1932-1915- Study for a portrait of Mr & Mrs Trist Junior, 1876; charcoal and wash on buff paper, 34.5x26.5cm., (mounted) (unframed)

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Arthur Hughes 1832-1915- Portrait of the artist's

Estimate: £1,000 - £2,000

Description: Arthur Hughes 1832-1915- Portrait of the artist's daughter, quarter-length turned to the lefty; red-brown crayon on buff paper, 32x25cm., (unframed)

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Arthur Hughes (1832-1915) AN AYRSHIRE GLEN signed,

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000

Description: Arthur Hughes (1832-1915) AN AYRSHIRE GLEN signed, board, 29.5 x 43.5cm Executed in 1894-5. In a letter to F J Shields on 1 December 1894, Hughes wrote "I have been away five weeks, three of them with my daughter Agnes in Cumberland, and a fortnight with Miss Boyd getting a little work at both places, and outdoors at Penkill where it was very mild in her pretty deep wooded glen with its falling streams." Provenance: The artist's studio sale, pt lot 50 (3 ½ gns) bt Williams; a private collector, from whom bought by The Fine Art Society Ltd on 7 September 1978 for 900. Literature: Fredman (William E, editor), A Pre-Raphaelite Gazette: The Penkill Lettes of Arthur Hughes to William Bell Scott and Alice Boyd 1886-97, Manchester 1967, pp15, 34 & 57; Roberts (Leonard), Arthur Hughes His Life & Works [and] A Catalogue Raisonne, Woodbridge 1997, No 302 & col plt 101. 425 and sold in Novmbr 1981 to M T Franklin for

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ARTHUR HUGHES (1832-1915), Corner of Porth Joke

Estimate: £250 - £450

Description: ARTHUR HUGHES (1832-1915), Corner of Porth Joke Beach, Newquay, oil on canvas, signed, inscribed in pencil on the stretcher, 9 3/4" x 19 1/2", gilt frame

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Estimate: £600 - £900

Description: ARTHUR HUGHES (1832-1915) STUDY FOR THE LIFE OF THE VIRGIN, c.1890 Signed with monogram, brown and white chalks on grey laid paper 29 x 18.5cm. ++ Good condition

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Attributed to Arthur Hughes (1832-1915) The Water

Estimate: £300 - £500

Description: Attributed to Arthur Hughes (1832-1915) The Water Mill oil on canvas, 49cm x 59cm

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Arthur Hughes (1832-1915), The lonely fisher, oil

Estimate: £300 - £500

Description: Arthur Hughes (1832-1915), The lonely fisher, oil on panel, signed, inscribed with title on labe on reverse, 24cm x 40cm.

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Arthur Hughes (1832-1915), North West Cornwall,

Estimate: £300 - £500

Description: Arthur Hughes (1832-1915), North West Cornwall, oil on panel, signed, 29cm x 43cm.

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