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Lot 96: HUGHES, ARTHUR (1832-1915)

Description: > Pencil 5x6 inches (11.5x14.2 cm) Monog. (Lower Right).

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Lot 98: Arthur Hughes

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Description: 1832-1915 summer pasture signed l.r. oil on canvas laid down 25 by 20cm., 10 by 7Nin.

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Lot 98: HUGHES, Arthur (1832-1915)

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Description: Ophelia Oil/panel 20,1 x 36,2 inches (51.0 x 92.0cm) Signed upper right Illustrated.

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Lot 106: HUGHES, ARTHUR (1832-1915)

Description: Forget me not Oil/canvas 42x25 inches (106x63 cm) signed (Lower Right) Inscr./label/verso.

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Lot 108: Edward Robert Hughes (British, 1851-1914)

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Description: THE SHREW KATHERINA signed and dated 1896 pastel and gouache on paper 27 7/8 by 19 7/8 in. 70.8 by 50.5 cm. Edward Robert Hughes was one of the leading watercolorists of the Victorian era and was highly respected by his peers. He trained under the tuteluge of the leading Pre-Raphaelite painter William Holman Hunt, one of the founders of the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood. Hughes was also schooled in the Pre-Raphaelite aesthetic by his uncle Arthur Hughes (1832-1915), who was a noted follower of Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-82), Edward Burne-Jones (1775-1862), and other Pre-Raphaelites. Hughes' elegant and delicate watercolor techniques earned him critical and financial success in London and abroad. He was best known for his illustrations of literary subjects, including the works of Boccaccio and Shakespeare. Hughes' portrait of Katherina, the fiesty protagonist of The Taming of the Shrew, was executed in 1896, shortly after he was elected to full membership in the prestigious Royal Society of Painters in Watercolour. Hughes has virtually eliminated narrative content from this work, and instead he portrays Katherina as a beautiful, elegantly dressed and pensive young woman absorbed in her own thought rather than in the world around her. Hughes' capacity for rendering delicate and translucent effects is clearly evident in the handling of her sumptuous apricot brocade costume and the ornate furniture, features that were typical of the style pioneered by the Pre-Raphaelite painters.

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Lot 115: Arthur Hughes (1832-1915)

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Description: A Study for 'The Convent Boat' signed 'ARTHUR HUGHES' (lower right) oil on canvas 141/4 x 231/4 in. (36.2 x 59.1 cm.) NOTES This work appears to be a preparatory study for The Convent Boat, Hughes's masterpiece of the 1870s, which was offered at Christie's, London, in 1992. The final version depicts an affluent family mourning on a bank as their beloved daughter and sister, dressed in novitiate white, is rowed across a moat to enter the convent from which she will never emerge. A sense of loss and melancholy pervades the picture, reinforced by the fading light and autumnal landscape. The effect of the whole found parallels in French Symbolism and the painting was twice discussed by the French critic Ernest Chesneau ( La Peinture Anglaise, 1882, p. 201, and 'Peintures Anglais Contemporains', L'Art, II, 1894, p. 399.) The canvas, which measures 37 x 61 in., was originally exhibited at the Royal Academy of 1874, no. 584. A smaller version, measuring 171/2 x 281/2 in., was included in the exhibition The Aesthetic Movement and the Cult of Japan mounted at the Fine Art Society in 1972, no. 24, and again in the exhibition Pr„raffaeliten at the Staatliche Kunsthalle, Baden-Baden, 1973-4, no. 84.

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Lot 118: Arthur Hughes (1832-1915)

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Description: Madeleinesigned 'ARTHUR HUGHES' (lower right)oil on canvas, laid down on panel15 1/8 x 12 in. (38.5 x 30.5 cm.)

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Lot 119: Arthur Hughes (1832-1915)

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Description: 'Sigh no more, ladies'signed with monogram (lower right)oil on board8 x 9 1/4 in. (20.3 x 23.5 cm.)

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Lot 119: HUGHES, Arthur (1832-1915, British)

Description: Orlando, mono. oil over pencil board shaped top Oil Painting (4x8in).

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Lot 119: Arthur Hughes (1832-1915)

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Description: orlando signed with monogram AHughes u.r. beneath the mount, oil over pencil on board, shaped top 20 by 9 cm.; 8 by 3 1/2 in. This oil sketch by Arthur Hughes shows Orlando carving the name of his beloved Rosalind on the trunk of a tree, as described in Act 3, Scene 2 of Shakespeare's comedy As You Like It. The painting is unrecorded in the modern literature, but may be identical with the work sold at Christie's in 1937 (see provenance below). It is to appear as no. 15.2 in Leonard Roberts's forthcoming catalogue raisonne of Arthur Hughes's paintings. Hughes's interest in the Shakespearian theme dates back at least as far as the spring of 1854, for on 13 March of that year George Price Boyce described the artist working on a subject from As You Like It in the studio of D.G. Rossetti: 'A young man of the name of Hughes was painting a picture of Orlando inscribing his mistress' name on a tree. Parts nicely painted.' (The Diaries of George Price Boyce, edited by Virginia Surtees, 1980, p. 12) In 1911 Hughes himself recalled how at this time he had 'painted with much care a background for an ''Orlando and Rosalind,'' but wiped out the figures before they were completed and substituted modern lovers, and called the picture ''The Long Engagement''. (Letters to William Allingham, edited by H. Allingham and E. Baumer Williams, 1911, p. 299) The Long Engagement is now in Birmingham City Museum and Art Gallery. The question remains which painting by Hughes of this subject Boyce actually saw in 1854. Boyce seems to describe a single-figure composition, while Hughes indicates that the subject he worked up as The Long Engagement always showed two figures. In his catalogue entry for this last painting in the Tate Gallery Pre-Raphaelite exhibition of 1984, Leslie Parris speculated about the possibility of 'Hughes having painted two ''Orlando'' pictures' (The Pre-Raphaelites, exhibition catalogue, 1984, p. 171), and if this was the case the present sketch must be related to the alternative, single-figure, composition. A painting in oil on panel, entitled Amy and showing a single figure of a young woman looking at her name carved on a tree, also now in Birmingham City Museum and Art Gallery, may derive from Hughes's experiments with the single-figure treatment. Provenance: Sidney Morse (?); Christie, London, 19 March 1937 (part of lot 110, identified as 'Orlando by Hughes) (?); Private collection. We are grateful to Leonard Roberts for his kind assistance in the preparation of this catalogue entry.

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Lot 125: ARTHUR HUGHES 1832-1915

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Description: AN AYRSHIRE GLENmeasurements note30.5 by 44.5 cm., 12 by 17 1/2 in.signed l.l.: ARTHUR HUGHESoil on boardPROVENANCEArtist's studio sale, part of lot 50 (bought by Williams);Private collection;London, Fine Art Society, bought 1978;Malcolm T. Franklin, bought 1981;Private collection LITERATUREWilliam E Frederman, A Pre-Raphaelite Gazette: The Penkill Letters of Arthur Hughes to William Bell Scott and Alice Boyd, 1886-97, 1967, pp. 15, 34, 57;Leonard Roberts, Arthur Hughes - His Life & Works, 1997, cat. no. 302, p. 222, repr. colour pl. 101, p. 115NOTEIn 1894 Hughes spent two weeks with his friends Alice Boyd and William Bell Scott at their home Penkill Castle in Northumberland. It was during this trip that he painted An Ayrshire Glen in the grounds at Penkill 'where it was very mild in her pretty deep wooded glen with its falling streams' (letter to Frederick Shields, 1 December 1894). The stream and the stone steps leading to it are still extant at Penkill. Hughes clearly did not finish the picture until 1895 as he wrote to his daughter Agnes on the 11th of January that year stating that he was still working on the picture.

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Lot 133: HUGHES, ARTHUR (1832-1915)

Description: Sketches for the stone-breaker/Father's boots Oil/board 9x15 inches (22.2x37.6 cm) signed.

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Lot 136: HUGHES, ARTHUR (1832-1915)

Description: The overthrowing of the Rusty Knight Oil/panel 21x17 inches (52.7x43.2 cm) signed (Lower Left).

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Lot 140: Arthur Hughes 1832 - 1915 British oil on canvas

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Description: Arthur Hughes 1832 - 1915 British oil on canvas laid on board Rosalind AOL1007-E05130-001 12 x 15 1/2 inches 30.5 x 39.4 centimeters signed Provenance:By descent to the present Private Collection, Toronto

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Lot 149: HUGHES, Arthur (1832-1915, British)

Description: Sailing signal gun, s. s.i.verso Oil Painting (36x41in).

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Lot 164: ARTHUR HUGHES (1832-1915)

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Description: GUNWALLOE CHURCH, CORNWALL signed ARTHUR HUGHES l.r.; inscribed Gunwalloe Church on a label attached to the backboard, oil on canvas laid on board 28 by 42 cm.; 11 by 16 1/2 in.

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Lot 168: Arthur Hughes (British, 1832-1915)

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Description: Potato harvest signed 'ARTHUR.HUGHES.' (lower left)oil on panel20 x 32cm (7 7/8 x 12 5/8in).

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Lot 169: HUGHES, Arthur (1832-1915, British)

Description: Nativity, Virgin and child attended by Joseph and angels, mono. black chk white paper Works on paper (9x10in).

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Lot 174: HUGHES, Arthur (1832-1915, British)

Description: The Blessing of Youth and Age, s.d.1911 indist.s.i.verso panel Oil Painting (19x11in).

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Lot 175: Arthur Hughes (British, 1832-1915)

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Description: The old Neighbour gone before: a Street Episode in Brittany signed 'Arthur Hughes' (lower right) and signed and inscribed 'No 2. The Departure of a Neighbour/Brittany/Arthur Hughes/2 Finboro Road/Fulham Road/S.W.' on an old label on the reverse oil on canvas 301/2 x 44.5/8 in. (77.5 x 113.3 cm.) Painted in 1878-79 PROVENANCE George H. Powell by 1886. LITERATURE The Times, 2 June 1879, p. 5. E. Chesnau, La Peinture Anglaise, Paris, 1882, p. 201. G.H. Shepherd, A Short History of the British School of Painting, 1881, p. 148. E. Chesnau, 'Peintures Anglais Contemporains' in L'Art, 1894, p. 399. L. Roberts, Arthur Hughes - His Life and Works, Woodbridge, 1997, no. 160 (illustrated p. 190). EXHIBITION London, Royal Academy, 1879, no. 1366. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Newcastle Autumn, 1879, no. 401. London, St Jude's Whitechapel, Whitechapel Fine Art Exhibition, 1886, no. 91. NOTES The artist, in a letter to Ernest Chesneau dated 2 May 188[2], expresses gratitude for his proposed inclusion in Chesneau's forthcoming survey of important British artists, and he goes on to list the present work as amongst 'my chief pictures' (Roberts, op. cit., p. 285).

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Lot 175: HUGHES, ARTHUR (1832-1915)

Description: By the riverside Oil/board 12x18 inches (29.8x45.1 cm) signed (Lower Right).

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Lot 179: Arthur Hughes (1832-1915)

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Description: Poetic words with signature 'Arthur Hughes' (lower right) and 'Arthur Hughes' (on the reverse) pencil and wash 71/4 x 51/8in. (18.4 x 13cm.) EXHIBITION London, J S Maas & Co Ltd, Exhibition of Drawings 1720-1920, no 44.

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Lot 180: Arthur Hughes (1832-1915)

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Description: Poetic words signed 'Arthur Hughes' (lower right) and signed again 'Arthur Hughes' (on the reverse) pencil and wash 71/4 x 5.1/8in. (18.4 x 13cm.) EXHIBITION London, J S Maas & Co Ltd, Exhibition of Drawings 1720-1920, no 44.

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Lot 191: Arthur Hughes (British, 1832-1915)

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Description: Asleep in the Woods signed 'Arthur Hughes' (lower right) oil on canvas 14 x 18 in. (35.5 x 45.7 cm.).

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Lot 194: HUGHES, Arthur (1832-1915, British)

Description: Adoration, s. panel prov. Oil Painting (10x14in).

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Lot 195: HUGHES, Arthur (1832-1915, British)

Description: Friends, s. i.verso board prov. Oil Painting (14x12in).

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Lot 203: HUGHES, ARTHUR (1832-1915)

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Description: Picking up seaweed Oil/canvas 10x16 in (25.4x40.6 cm) signed (Lower Right).

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Lot 210: ARTHUR HUGHES (1832-1915)

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Description: FOUR FIGURE SKETCHES, including sketches for "ORLANDO AND ROSALIND"; "EVE OF ST. AGNES"; and "THE GUARDED BOWER" four, two with studies verso, all pencil, all unframed largest 23 by 14.5 cm.; 9 by 5 3/4 in., smallest 16 by 11.5 cm.; 6 1/4 by 4 1/2 in. (4) We are grateful to Leonard Roberts for his kind assistance in identifying these drawings.

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Lot 224: Arthur Hughes (1832-1915)

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Description: 'Sigh no more, ladies'signed with monogram (lower right)oil on board8 x 9 1/4 in. (20.3 x 23.5 cm.)

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Lot 224: HUGHES, ARTHUR (1832-1915)

Description: >, 1890 Oil/panel 13x10 cm (5x4 in) signed & dated.

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Description: signed and dated l.r.: ARTHUR HUGHES. 91; inscribed on an old label pasted to the reverse; The Yellow Sandoil on panel

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Lot 228: ARTHUR HUGHES 1832-1915

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

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Lot 228: Arthur Hughes (British 1832-1915)

Description: signed and inscribed on old label on reverse, oil on panel

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Lot 232: ARTHUR HUGHES 1832-1915

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Description: signedoil on panel

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ARTHUR HUGHES (1832-1915) - River landscape with

Lot 238: ARTHUR HUGHES (1832-1915) - River landscape with

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Description: ARTHUR HUGHES (1832-1915) - River landscape with figure in traditional dress looking across towards a cloaked and hooded figure in a punt with cottage beyond, signed, oils on canvas, 13 1/2" x 22 1/2" (see illustration).

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Edward Robert Hughes, R.W.S. (1851-1914)

Lot 254: Edward Robert Hughes, R.W.S. (1851-1914)

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Description: Study of a young tennis player inscribed 'L.V.H' (upper right) pencil and watercolour heightened with white 183/4 x 9 5/8 in. (47.7 x 24.5 cm.) PROVENANCE Anon. sale, Sotheby's Belgravia, 26 June 1979, lot 92, when acquired by the present owner. NOTES Hughes' lyrical aesthetic lends this unfinished study a quiet elegance. His most iconic image, Midsummer Eve (sold at Christie's, New York, 15 February 1995, lot 288, œ267,516), is a triumphant testament to his artistic inheritance. As the nephew and pupil of renowned fairy painter Arthur Hughes (1832-1915), Edward was absorbed into the Pre-Raphaelite circle and assisted William Holman-Hunt (helping to complete the St Paul's version of The Light of the World, as Hunt's eyesight weakened). Hughes worked mainly in watercolour, painting literary subjects of a dreamy Symbolist hue, but also executed many portraits in red or black chalk. A regular contributor to The Royal Water-Colour Society, he was Vice-President from 1901-3, and his picture Biancabella and Samaritana was shown at the first Venice Biennale, 1895.

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Arthur Hughes (1832-1915), Oil on artist board,

Lot 268: Arthur Hughes (1832-1915), Oil on artist board,

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Description: Arthur Hughes (1832-1915), Oil on artist board, Mounts Bay from Porthleven, South West Cornwall, signed lower right and bearing label verso, set in a gilt frame behind glass.

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Lot 272: Arthur Hughes

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Description: 1832-1915 afternoon sleep signed l.r.: ARTHUR HUGHES oil on canvas 35.5 by 46 cm., 14 by 18 in. Provenance: Lady Wase.

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CIRCLE OF ARTHUR HUGHES (1832-1915) Study of a

Lot 287: CIRCLE OF ARTHUR HUGHES (1832-1915) Study of a

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Description: CIRCLE OF ARTHUR HUGHES (1832-1915) Study of a maiden beneath an arched doorway with clasped hands to her bosom, oils on canvas, 10 1/2" x 9" (see illustration).

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Lot 298: Arthur Hughes

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Description: 1832-1915 angels o'er the realms of glory signed with monogram l.r.: AH pencil, unframed 25 by 28.5 cm., 10 by 11 1/4 in.

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Arthur Hughes (1832-1915) Blackthorn, East Sussex

Lot 298: Arthur Hughes (1832-1915) Blackthorn, East Sussex

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Description: Arthur Hughes (1832-1915) Blackthorn, East Sussex Oil on panel Signed lower left 21cm x 30cm

Condition Report: Some retouching visible under U.V. light, would benefit from a clean

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Lot 317: f - ARTHUR HUGHES 1832-1915

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Description: SIGNED AND DATED (MAKER'S MARKS)signed l.l.: Arthur Hughes

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Lot 326: f - ARTHUR HUGHES 1832-1915

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Description: signed and dated l.l.: ARUTHUR HUGHES, titled and dated u.r.: Lucy Hill. Oct 1888oil on canvas laid on panel

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Lot 331: Arthur Hughes (1832-1915)

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Description: Portrait of Mrs Louisa Jenner, full-length, in a blue dress against an Edinburgh landscapesigned and dated 'ARTHUR HUGHES/1867' (lower left)oil on canvas31 1/2 x 19 3/4 in. (77.5 x 50.2 cm.)

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Lot 336: ARTHUR HUGHES 1832-1915

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

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Lot 360: HUGHES, Arthur (1832-1915, British)

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

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Lot 371: HUGHES, Arthur (1832-1915)

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

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Lot 371: ARTHUR HUGHES (1832-1915) Sweet Lavender signed 'Arthur Hughes'

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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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Lot 373: Arthur Hughes

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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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