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b. 1815 - d. 1849

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      • James Bateman (UK,1815-1849) oil painting antique
        Sep. 10, 2023

        James Bateman (UK,1815-1849) oil painting antique

        Est: $2,700 - $3,400

        ARTIST: James Bateman (United Kingdom, 1815 - 1849) TITLE: Foxes MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Relined. Minor paint losses. Some stable craquelure. Some scattered inpaintings. Wear to frame. ART SIZE: 28 x 36 inches / 71 x 91 cm FRAME SIZE: 31 x 39 inches / 78 x 99 cm SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 127777 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: London sporting painter of hunting, shooting and fishing subjects, self taught, he began as a clerk before turning to painting as a career. He was a friend of Sir Edwin Landseer and shared his studio. A talented artist he exhibited at the main London exhibitions, and contributed to sporting magazines. Exhibited RA and SS.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • James Bateman Signed Oil on Canvas
        Oct. 23, 2021

        James Bateman Signed Oil on Canvas

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        An antique oil on canvas painting by James Bateman (British, 1815-1849) depicting three small dogs playing in a dimly lit barn. It is signed to the lower right and presented in a carved giltwood frame. Sight - 19.5 x 29 Provenance Private Collection 84th Street, Brooklyn, NY Estate. 30 Day Warranty for serious discrepancies (See Terms and Condition for full explanation). PLEASE NOTE: Lots that state "in the style of" or "attributed to" denote that an item definitively does not have authentication nor is it implied. The item may be ascribed to the artist or maker due to its style or subject matter, but we are not able to confirm its authorship or authenticity.

        Atlanta Auction Gallery, ltd
      • James Bateman (British, 1815-1849) Chasing the Fox 113 x 144 cm. (44 1/2 x 56 11/16 in.)
        May. 01, 2019

        James Bateman (British, 1815-1849) Chasing the Fox 113 x 144 cm. (44 1/2 x 56 11/16 in.)

        Est: £1,500 - £2,000

        James Bateman (British, 1815-1849) Chasing the Fox signed and dated 'J Bateman/1842' (lower right)oil on canvas113 x 144 cm. (44 1/2 x 56 11/16 in.) Provenance: Purchased from Julian Simon Fine Art, London, in 1996

        Bonhams
      • * James Bateman (British, 1815-1849) Worth powder and shot
        Jan. 30, 2019

        * James Bateman (British, 1815-1849) Worth powder and shot

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        James Bateman Worth powder and shot signed and dated 'J Bateman/1846' (lower right)oil on canvas87.5 x 113cm (34 7/16 x 44 1/2in). ProvenanceWith Richard Green Fine Paintings, London, no.R811.

        Bonhams
      • James Bateman (British, 1815-1849) Chasing the Fox 113 x 144 cm. (44 1/2 x 56 11/16 in.)
        Nov. 27, 2018

        James Bateman (British, 1815-1849) Chasing the Fox 113 x 144 cm. (44 1/2 x 56 11/16 in.)

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        Chasing the Fox signed and dated 'J Bateman/1842' (lower right)oil on canvas113 x 144 cm. (44 1/2 x 56 11/16 in.)

        Bonhams
      • James Bateman (1815-1849) 'The dead rabbit' 25 x 30in.
        Jun. 26, 2018

        James Bateman (1815-1849) 'The dead rabbit' 25 x 30in.

        Est: £400 - £600

        James Bateman (1815-1849) oil on canvas ''The dead rabbit'' signed and dated 1848, exhibited Royal Society of British Artists 1849 no.176 25 x 30in.

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      • Attributed to James Bateman (British, 1815-1849) Fox hunting in India
        Oct. 11, 2016

        Attributed to James Bateman (British, 1815-1849) Fox hunting in India

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        ATTRIBUTED TO JAMES BATEMAN (BRITISH, 1815-1849) Hunting in India signed and dated ‘JBateman/1845’ oil on canvas 25.5 x 35.5cm (10 1/16 x 14in).

        Bonhams
      • James Bateman, monogrammed oil portrait of two dogs, also signed and inscri
        Mar. 18, 2015

        James Bateman, monogrammed oil portrait of two dogs, also signed and inscri

        Est: £40 - £60

        James Bateman, monogrammed oil portrait of two dogs, also signed and inscribed verso, 20'' x 15½''

        Crow's Auction Gallery Ltd
      • James Bateman, Cycnoches Egentonianum Pl. 40)
        Oct. 11, 2014

        James Bateman, Cycnoches Egentonianum Pl. 40)

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithograph. Sheet size: 28 3/4 x 20 5/8 inches.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Oncidium Wentworthanum (Pl. 39)
        Oct. 11, 2014

        James Bateman, Oncidium Wentworthanum (Pl. 39)

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithograph. Sheet size: 28 3/4 x 20 5/8 inches.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Barkeri Spectabilis (Pl. 33)
        Oct. 11, 2014

        James Bateman, Barkeri Spectabilis (Pl. 33)

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithograph. Sheet size: 28 3/4 x 20 5/8 inches.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Oncidium Incurvum (Pl. 29)
        Oct. 11, 2014

        James Bateman, Oncidium Incurvum (Pl. 29)

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithograph. Sheet size: 28 3/4 x 20 5/8 inches.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Odontoglossum grande (Pl. 24)
        Oct. 11, 2014

        James Bateman, Odontoglossum grande (Pl. 24)

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithograph. Sheet size: 28 3/4 x 20 5/8 inches.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Laelia Majalis (Pl. 23)
        Oct. 11, 2014

        James Bateman, Laelia Majalis (Pl. 23)

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithograph. Sheet size: 28 3/4 x 20 5/8 inches.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Odontoglossum hastatum (Pl. 20)
        Oct. 11, 2014

        James Bateman, Odontoglossum hastatum (Pl. 20)

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithograph. Sheet size: 28 3/4 x 20 5/8 inches.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Epidendrum Macrochilum var. Roseum (Pl. 17)
        Oct. 11, 2014

        James Bateman, Epidendrum Macrochilum var. Roseum (Pl. 17)

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithograph. Sheet size: 28 3/4 x 20 5/8 inches.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Brasavola glauca (Pl. 16)
        Oct. 11, 2014

        James Bateman, Brasavola glauca (Pl. 16)

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithograph. Sheet size: 28 3/4 x 20 5/8 inches.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Mormodes Pardina (Pl. 14)
        Oct. 11, 2014

        James Bateman, Mormodes Pardina (Pl. 14)

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithograph. Sheet size: 28 3/4 x 20 5/8 inches.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Epidendrum Aurantiacum (Pl. 12)
        Oct. 11, 2014

        James Bateman, Epidendrum Aurantiacum (Pl. 12)

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithograph. Sheet size: 28 3/4 x 20 5/8 inches.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Epidendrum aromaticum (Pl. 10)
        Oct. 11, 2014

        James Bateman, Epidendrum aromaticum (Pl. 10)

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithograph. Sheet size: 28 3/4 x 20 5/8 inches.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Peristeria Barkeri (Pl. 8)
        Oct. 11, 2014

        James Bateman, Peristeria Barkeri (Pl. 8)

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithograph. Sheet size: 28 3/4 x 20 5/8 inches.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Cyctochilum bictoniense (Pl. 6)
        Oct. 11, 2014

        James Bateman, Cyctochilum bictoniense (Pl. 6)

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithograph. Sheet size: 28 3/4 x 20 5/8 inches.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Cycnoches ventricosum (Pl. 5)
        Oct. 11, 2014

        James Bateman, Cycnoches ventricosum (Pl. 5)

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithograph. Sheet size: 28 3/4 x 20 5/8 inches.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Oncidium ornithorhynchum (Pl. 4)
        Oct. 11, 2014

        James Bateman, Oncidium ornithorhynchum (Pl. 4)

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithograph. Sheet size: 28 3/4 x 20 5/8 inches.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Oncidium cavendishianum (Pl. 3)
        Oct. 11, 2014

        James Bateman, Oncidium cavendishianum (Pl. 3)

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithograph. Sheet size: 28 3/4 x 20 5/8 inches.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Catasetum Maculatum (Pl. 2)
        Oct. 11, 2014

        James Bateman, Catasetum Maculatum (Pl. 2)

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithograph. Sheet size: 28 3/4 x 20 5/8 inches.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Oncidium leucochilum (Pl. 1)
        Oct. 11, 2014

        James Bateman, Oncidium leucochilum (Pl. 1)

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithograph. Sheet size: 28 3/4 x 20 5/8 inches.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman (20th Century) A PRIMITIVELY PAINTED
        Sep. 17, 2014

        James Bateman (20th Century) A PRIMITIVELY PAINTED

        Est: £60 - £100

        James Bateman (20th Century) A PRIMITIVELY PAINTED SCENE AT A CATTLE AUCTION signed gouache 29.5 x 36.5cms; 11 3/4 x 14 1/2in.

        Anderson-Garland
      • ATTRIBUTED TO JAMES BATEMAN (British, 1815-1849)
        Jun. 11, 2014

        ATTRIBUTED TO JAMES BATEMAN (British, 1815-1849)

        Est: £500 - £700

        ATTRIBUTED TO JAMES BATEMAN (British, 1815-1849) Fresh fox

        Bonhams
      • James Bateman, Cattleya Skinneri & Epidendrum Macrochilum var. Roseum
        Jun. 07, 2014

        James Bateman, Cattleya Skinneri & Epidendrum Macrochilum var. Roseum

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithographs. "Cattleya Skinneri," Pl. 13, and "Epidendrum Macrochilum var. Roseum," Pl., 17.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Epidendrum Aurantiacum & Laelia Autumnalis
        Jun. 07, 2014

        James Bateman, Epidendrum Aurantiacum & Laelia Autumnalis

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithographs. "Epidendrum Aurantiacum," Pl. 12, and "Laelia Autumnalis, " Pl. 9.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Epidendrum Stamfordianum & Epidendrum Alatum
        Jun. 07, 2014

        James Bateman, Epidendrum Stamfordianum & Epidendrum Alatum

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithographs. "Epidendrum Stamfordianum," Pl. 11, and "Epidendrum Alatum," Pl. 18.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Stanhopea Saccata & Stanhopea Tigrina
        Jun. 07, 2014

        James Bateman, Stanhopea Saccata & Stanhopea Tigrina

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. Hand colored lithographs. "Stanhopea Saccata," Pl. 15, and "Stanhopea Tigrina," Pl. 7.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman, Galeandra Baueri & Peristeria Barkeri:
        Jun. 07, 2014

        James Bateman, Galeandra Baueri & Peristeria Barkeri:

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        James Bateman. From "The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala." London: J. Ridgeway, 1837-1843. "Galeandra Bateri", Pl. 19, and "Peristeria Barkeri," Pl. 8.

        Arader Galleries
      • James Bateman
        Sep. 03, 2012

        James Bateman

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        James Bateman ST.PAUL'S CATHEDRAL, LONDON lithograph in colours, 1939, printed by Vincent Brooks, Day & Son, Ltd. , London, condition B+; not backed 40 x 25in. (102 x 64cm.)

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      • James Bateman (British, 1815-1849)
        Jun. 14, 2012

        James Bateman (British, 1815-1849)

        Est: £500 - £700

        The Gibbet Tree signed 'J Bateman' and dated 1842 (lower left) oil on canvas 53 x 46cm (20 13/16 x 18 1/16in).

        Bonhams
      • Attributed to James Bateman (1815-1849) 'Give a
        Jan. 25, 2012

        Attributed to James Bateman (1815-1849) 'Give a

        Est: £800 - £1,200

        Attributed to James Bateman (1815-1849) 'Give a poor dog a bone'; St Bernard and a terrier oil on canvas 63 x 76cm Inscribed on an old label on the stretcher 'Painted by James Bateman, a distinguished member of the Benevolent Society - to HRH Duchess of Cambridge' Possibly the Royal Academy exhbit of 1843 'Give a Poor Dog a Bone'., Exh.No.639

        Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood
      • Attributed to James Bateman (1815-49) Rabbits eating carrots 20 x 27in.
        Mar. 13, 2008

        Attributed to James Bateman (1815-49) Rabbits eating carrots 20 x 27in.

        Est: £400 - £600

        Attributed to James Bateman (1815-49) oil on canvas Rabbits eating carrots 20 x 27in.

        Gorringes
      • James Bateman (1815-49) Rabbits eating carrots 20 x 27in.
        Jan. 31, 2008

        James Bateman (1815-49) Rabbits eating carrots 20 x 27in.

        Est: £800 - £1,200

        James Bateman (1815-49) oil on canvas Rabbits eating carrots 20 x 27in.

        Gorringes
      • James Bateman (British, 1815-1849) Herd boy with his dog and cattle by a pool
        Dec. 05, 2007

        James Bateman (British, 1815-1849) Herd boy with his dog and cattle by a pool

        Est: £1,800 - £2,500

        Herd boy with his dog and cattle by a pool Signed, oil on canvas, 71 x 91.5cm (28 x 36in).

        Bonhams
      • BATEMAN, James (1811-1897). A Monograph of Odontoglossum. London: L.Reeve & Co., [1864-]1874.
        Dec. 18, 2002

        BATEMAN, James (1811-1897). A Monograph of Odontoglossum. London: L.Reeve & Co., [1864-]1874.

        Est: $8,000 - $12,000

        Large 2 o (545 x 370 mm). Half-title. 30 hand-colored lithographic plates by W.H. Fitch (some mostly marginal pale damstaining to six plates). Publisher's half morocco, gilt-lettered on front cover (a bit worn and cockled). Provenance : Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Stickney Fund (bookplate dated 1876; stamps). FIRST EDITION of Bateman's monograph on the Odontoglossum. Bateman, a pioneer of orchid culture, organized and paid for collectors to work in Mexico and South America, publishing two other lavish works on orchids ( The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala, 1837-1843; and A Second century of orchidaceous plants, 1867; see lots 4 and 6), and was one of the first to advocate "cool" orchid cultivation. "Extremely variable in their markings, there are over three hundred known species of Odontoglossum in Mexico and South America. The genus grows predominantly at high elevations... Although their introduction into Europe came relatively late, their need for cool temperatures and dry air made them popular with those who had no greenhouse" ( The orchid observed ). "Fitch (1817-1892), the most prolific of all botanical artists, was a typical product of the Victorian era, able and industrious... [He] was a young apprentice to a firm of Glasgow calico designers when Hooker... first made his acquaintance... In 1841, when Hooker was appointed Director of the Royal Gardens at Kew, he took [Fitch] south with him... Some idea of Fitch's gigantic industry can be gauged from the [f]act that 9960 published drawings by him are recorded" (Blunt). Great Flower Books, p.49; Nissen BBI 88; The Orchid Observed 20; Stafleu & Cowan TL2 343.

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      • BATEMAN, James (1811-1897). The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala. London: J. Ridgway & Sons for the author, [1837]-1843.
        Dec. 18, 2002

        BATEMAN, James (1811-1897). The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala. London: J. Ridgway & Sons for the author, [1837]-1843.

        Est: $100,000 - $150,000

        Large 2 o (274 x 532 mm). 1-page subscriber's list; addenda & corrigenda slip bound at back. Lithographic pictorial title, 40 FINE HAND-COLORED LITHOGRAPHIC PLATES, drawn on stone by P. Gauci after Miss S.A. Drake (16), Mrs. Augusta Withers (21), Miss Jane Edwards (1), Samuel Holden (1) and one unsigned, 33 printed by Gauci, one uncolored plan of "epiphyte-houses" and 38 wood-engraved vignettes, two by George Cruikshank (plates 8 and 38 partly colored, plates 15 and 37 with small repaired marginal tears, plate 20 with two faint scuffmarks within image, plate 37 with small area of color bleeding, some occasional pale mostly marginal soiling and spotting, heavier on plates 1, 3, 10, 25 and 31). (Title and some text leaves with small marginal repairs, some occasional light browning and spotting.) Contemporary green morocco over wooden boards, sides elaborately gilt-panelled, edges gilt (rebacked, corners repaired). Provenance : Mrs. John S. Ames (presented in 1961 to); Massachusetts Horticultural Society. FIRST EDITION OF ONE OF THE RAREST, AND "PERHAPS THE MOST RENOWNED AND SOUGHT-AFTER OF ALL ORCHID BOOKS" (W. Stearn John Lindley, p.133). "IN THIS BOOK, THE GREAT ORCHIDS OF CENTRAL AMERICA LIVE FOR US IN ALL THEIR GLORY" (Blunt). Limited to 125 copies, the work is "probably the finest, and certainly the largest, botanical book ever produced with lithographic plates... In size and in splendour, Bateman's giant folio eclipses the works of all who went before or came after him. Maxim Gauci, who was born in Malta, executed the forty lithographs... a master of the process, he ranged his tone from the palest of silvery greys to the richest velvet black; his outline is never mechanical or obtrusive; and the hand-colouring -- whoever may be responsible for it -- is executed with consummate skill" (W. Blunt, The Art of Botanical Illustration, 1994, pp.249-251). Bateman was a pioneer of the culture of orchids. "In 1833 he sent at his own expense, the collector Colley to Demerara and Berbice to collect plants.. Shortly afterwards he induced G. Ure Skinner, a merchant trading in Guatemala, to send him orchids. In 1837 he commenced the publication [of the present work]... which he completed in 1843... Bateman was elected a fellow of the Linnean Society.. 1833 and of the Royal Society... 1838... In 1867 he issued 'A Second Century of Orchidaceous Plants'... Between 1864 and 1874 he published 'A Monograph of Odontglossum.' Bateman was not only the pioneer of orchid culture, he was also one of the first to advocate 'cool' orchid cultivation" ( DNB ). Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) and Augusta Innes Withers (ca 1793-1864), the two principal artists, produced 37 of the 40 original watercolors. Miss Drake of Turnham Green, as she was known professionally, was born in Norfolk. From about 1832 until 1847 she was a botanist and orchidologist, John Lindley's principal botanical artist, and also a member of his household. She returned to Norfolk in 1847 and married in 1852, but died of diabetes in 1857. Mrs. Withers worked for the Horticultural Society in the 1820s and was appointed flower painter to Queen Adelaide in 1830, and later became Flower and Fruit Painter in Ordinary to Queen Victoria. Little more is known of her life other than her work. Great Flower Books, p.48; Nissen BBI 89; Stafleu & Cowan TL2 342.

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