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Thomas Musgrave Joy Sold at Auction Prices

Historical-scenes painter, Genre Painter, Portrait painter, Illustrator, b. 1812 - d. 1866

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    • THOMAS MUSGRAVE JOY (1812-1866)
      Oct. 03, 2023

      THOMAS MUSGRAVE JOY (1812-1866)

      Est: €800 - €1,000

      'Comparing notes'. Oil on canvas. Signed with monogram 'TMJ' in a circle. Label on verso stretcher with initials and title. Provenance: Private collection, England Private collection, Dilbeek Description FR 'Comparing notes'. Huile sur toile. Signée avec son monogramme 'TMJ' dans un cercle. Étiquette au revers avec initiales et titre. Provenance: Collection privée Angleterre Collection privée Dilbeek Beschrijving NL 'Comparing notes'. Olie op doek. Getekend met monogram 'TMJ' in cirkel. Label op verso spieraam met initialen en titel. Herkomst: Privé-verzameling Engeland Privé-verzameling Dilbeek

      Bernaerts Auctioneers
    • THOMAS MUSGRAVE JOY (1812-1866)
      Feb. 14, 2023

      THOMAS MUSGRAVE JOY (1812-1866)

      Est: €3,000 - €4,000

      'Comparing notes'. Canvas. Signed with monogram 'TMJ' in circle. Label on verso stretcher with initials and title. Provenance: Private collection, England; Private collection, Dilbeek Description FR 'Comparing notes'. Toile. Signée avec son monogramme 'TMJ' dans un cercle. Étiquette au revers du avec initiales et titre Provenance: Collection privée, Angleterre Collection privée, Dilbeek Beschrijving NL 'Comparing notes'. Doek. Getekend met monogram 'TMJ' in cirkel. Label op verso spieraam met initialen en titel. Herkomst: Privécollectie, Engeland; Privécollectie, Dilbeek

      Bernaerts Auctioneers
    • THOMAS MUSGRAVE JOY (BRITISH 1812-1866), SMILES AND TEARS
      Dec. 14, 2022

      THOMAS MUSGRAVE JOY (BRITISH 1812-1866), SMILES AND TEARS

      Est: £2,000 - £3,000

      THOMAS MUSGRAVE JOY (BRITISH 1812-1866) SMILES AND TEARSOil on canvasSigned with a monogram (lower right) and inscribed as titled (label on the reverse)92 x 92cm (36 x 36 in.)

      Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
    • Attributed to Thomas Musgrave Joy (British, 1812-1866) The fortune teller
      Jul. 17, 2019

      Attributed to Thomas Musgrave Joy (British, 1812-1866) The fortune teller

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      Attributed to Thomas Musgrave Joy (British, 1812-1866) The fortune teller oil on canvas63.5 x 76cm (25 x 30in).

      Bonhams
    • Circle of Thomas Musgrave Joy (1812-1866) Three-quarter length portrait of Clementina Royds married Reverend C. Smyth (1827-1903) 49.5
      Sep. 27, 2017

      Circle of Thomas Musgrave Joy (1812-1866) Three-quarter length portrait of Clementina Royds married Reverend C. Smyth (1827-1903) 49.5

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      Circle of Thomas Musgrave Joy (1812-1866) oil on canvas Three-quarter length portrait of Clementina Royds married Reverend C. Smyth (1827-1903) Agnews label verso 49.5 x 39.5in.

      Gorringes
    • Thomas Musgrave Joy [1812-1866]- Young lady studying in a library interior
      Jul. 12, 2016

      Thomas Musgrave Joy [1812-1866]- Young lady studying in a library interior

      Est: £600 - £800

      Thomas Musgrave Joy [1812-1866]- Young lady studying in a library interior:- signed with a monogram bottom left oil on canvas 62.5 x 45cm.

      Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood
    • THOMAS MUSGRAVE JOY, (BRITISH 1812-1866), OFF TO SCHOOL
      Jun. 14, 2016

      THOMAS MUSGRAVE JOY, (BRITISH 1812-1866), OFF TO SCHOOL

      Est: $5,000 - $7,000

      THOMAS MUSGRAVE JOY (british 1812-1866) OFF TO SCHOOL Signed with monogram and dated '1860' bottom right, oil on canvas 36 1/8 x 24 in. (91.8 x 61cm) provenance: Christopher Wood, London. The Artist's sale, Christie's, June 18, 1866, lot 19. The Estate of Richard M. Scaife.

      Freeman's
    • CHARLES MOTTRAM (1807-1876) British, After THOMAS MUSGRAVE JOY (1812-1866)
      May. 25, 2016

      CHARLES MOTTRAM (1807-1876) British, After THOMAS MUSGRAVE JOY (1812-1866)

      Est: £200 - £300

      CHARLES MOTTRAM (1807-1876) British, After THOMAS MUSGRAVE JOY (1812-1866) British The Yard, Tattersalls, The Saturday Before The Derby Coloured engraving; together with a photocopy of the original key and typed list of personalities The plate 108.5 x 62 cm, the former framed and glazed

      Rowley Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers
    • Thomas Musgrove Joy [1812-1866]- Bay Hunter resting by a pine tree, barns a
      Apr. 19, 2016

      Thomas Musgrove Joy [1812-1866]- Bay Hunter resting by a pine tree, barns a

      Est: £800 - £1,200

      Thomas Musgrove Joy [1812-1866]- Bay Hunter resting by a pine tree, barns and landscape beyond: signed and dated 1845 oil on canvas 58 x 69cm.

      Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood
    • after Thomas Musgrave Joy (1812-1866) The Yard Tattersall's, the Saturday before the Derby
      May. 18, 2015

      after Thomas Musgrave Joy (1812-1866) The Yard Tattersall's, the Saturday before the Derby

      Est: €400 - €600

      after Thomas Musgrave Joy (1812-1866) The Yard Tattersall's, the Saturday before the Derby engraving engraved by Chas Mottram, published London March 22nd 1870 by Henry Graves & Co. h:76  w:122 cm. Provenance: Private Collection

      Morgan O'Driscoll
    • Thomas Musgrove Joy
      Dec. 17, 2014

      Thomas Musgrove Joy

      Est: £20,000 - £30,000

      Thomas Musgrove Joy

      Sotheby's
    • THOMAS MUSGRAVE JOY (BRITISH, 1812 - 1866) AFTER THE BATTLE OF BANNOCKBURN
      Nov. 16, 2013

      THOMAS MUSGRAVE JOY (BRITISH, 1812 - 1866) AFTER THE BATTLE OF BANNOCKBURN

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      THOMAS MUSGRAVE JOY (BRITISH, 1812 - 1866) AFTER THE BATTLE OF BANNOCKBURN, oil on canvas, in oval reserve with gold painted surround, depicting a battlefield strewn with slain, armored knights being tended to by grieving figures and dog, castle on hill top in background, signed and dated "T. M. Joy / 1849" lower right. In old frame.

      Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates
    • Joy, Thomas Musgrave, 1812 Kent-1866, Mutter am
      Jan. 29, 2011

      Joy, Thomas Musgrave, 1812 Kent-1866, Mutter am

      Est: €1,200 - €1,440

      Joy, Thomas Musgrave, 1812 Kent-1866, Mutter am Bett Ihres Kindes, Öl/Lwd, auf der Lehne signiert, doubliert, ca. 44x54cm,R.

      Henry's Auktionshaus
    • Thomas Musgrove Joy, circa 1858, Master Walter
      Sep. 28, 2010

      Thomas Musgrove Joy, circa 1858, Master Walter

      Est: €2,500 - €3,500

      Thomas Musgrove Joy, circa 1858, Master Walter Grove, Oil on canvas Size 74 x 64 cms.

      Sheppards
    • Thomas Musgrave Joy (British, 1812-1866) A Boulogne carnival
      Jun. 15, 2010

      Thomas Musgrave Joy (British, 1812-1866) A Boulogne carnival

      Est: £2,000 - £3,000

      A Boulogne carnival signed with monogram, inscribed and dated '18TMJ65.Boulogne 1862' (lower left), oil on canvas 79 x 97cm (31 1/8 x 38 3/16in).

      Bonhams
    • Oil Paintings: THOMAS MUSGROVE JOY (1812-1866)
      May. 28, 2010

      Oil Paintings: THOMAS MUSGROVE JOY (1812-1866)

      Est: £2,500 - £3,000

      Oil Paintings: THOMAS MUSGROVE JOY (1812-1866) BRITISH Oval portrait, half length Master Walter Crane, Aged 6. Signed and inscribed on reverse. 26 x 22ins.

      John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
    • JOY, THOMAS MUSGRAVE (BRITISH, 1812-1866): Oil on canvas. Interior genre scene with fish net makers.
      May. 16, 2010

      JOY, THOMAS MUSGRAVE (BRITISH, 1812-1866): Oil on canvas. Interior genre scene with fish net makers.

      Est: $2,500 - $3,500

      JOY, THOMAS MUSGRAVE (BRITISH, 1812-1866): Oil on canvas. Interior genre scene with fish net makers. Signed lower right, Port France, 1863. 34.5 x 44."

      Braswell Galleries
    • THOMAS MUSGRAVE JOY (British, 1812-1866), knitting
      Jan. 16, 2010

      THOMAS MUSGRAVE JOY (British, 1812-1866), knitting

      Est: -

      THOMAS MUSGRAVE JOY (British, 1812-1866), knitting a fishing net, oil on canvas, signed and inscribed "Painted France 1863) l/r, bears old English label to verso and labels from Hiram H. Hoelzer New York restorer, 34"h, 44"w; relined and restored.

      South Bay Auctions Inc
    • Thomas Musgrove Joy, circa 1858 Master Walter
      Apr. 27, 2009

      Thomas Musgrove Joy, circa 1858 Master Walter

      Est: €3,500 - €4,500

      Thomas Musgrove Joy, circa 1858 Master Walter Grove Signed oil on canvas 74 x 65 cms.

      Sheppards
    • Thomas Musgrave Joy (British, 1812-1866) "See the
      Apr. 04, 2009

      Thomas Musgrave Joy (British, 1812-1866) "See the

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      Thomas Musgrave Joy (British, 1812-1866) "See the Lillies How They Grow", oil on canvas, frame bears old label en verso "No. 3/See the Lillies How They Grow/TM Joy", monogrammed, titled and dated "1859" on canvas verso, 36-1/4" x 24-1/2". Presented in a period carved giltwood and plaster frame in the Beaux Arts taste, the convex primary molding modeled as ribbon-bound, overlapping oak leaves and acorns. Reference: Christopher Wood, "Dictionary of Victorian Painters".

      New Orleans Auction Galleries
    • Thomas Musgrove Joy 1812-1866 Oval portrait of a
      Nov. 27, 2007

      Thomas Musgrove Joy 1812-1866 Oval portrait of a

      Est: €4,500 - €5,500

      Thomas Musgrove Joy 1812-1866 Oval portrait of a boy Signed oil on canvas 75 x 64 cms.

      Sheppards
    • Thomas Musgrove Joy (1812-1866)
      May. 24, 2006

      Thomas Musgrove Joy (1812-1866)

      Est: £5,000 - £8,000

      A chance conversation signed and dated 'T M Joy 1843' (lower left) oil on canvas 40 x 50 in. (101.6 x 127 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Thomas Musgrove Joy (British, 1812-1866)
      Jan. 19, 2005

      Thomas Musgrove Joy (British, 1812-1866)

      Est: £3,000 - £5,000

      Portrait of a gentleman, seated half-length, in a black coat; and Portrait of a lady, seated three-quarter-length, in a black dress with lace trim, holding flowers, an extensive landscape beyond oil on canvas 36 x 28 in. (91.4 x 71.1 cm.) a pair (2)

      Christie's
    • Thomas Musgrove Joy (1812-1866)
      Feb. 19, 2003

      Thomas Musgrove Joy (1812-1866)

      Est: $28,620 - $39,750

      The Charing Cross to Bank Omnibus signed with monogram (lower right) oil on canvas 30 x 25 in. (76.2 x 63.5 cm.) PROVENANCE with M. Newman Ltd, London. Anon. sale, Sotheby's, London, 12 March 1997, lot 74, when acquired by the present owner. LITERATURE C. Wood, Victorian Panorama, Paintings of Victorian Life, London, 1976, p. 218, pl. 230. C. Wood, Dictionary of Victorian Painters, Woodbridge, 1995 ed., vol. II, illus. p. 277. EXHIBITION Possibly London, British Institution, 1861, no. 185. The Defining Moment, 2000-1, no. 30. NOTES A well-dressed young lady is at the point of embarkation on her journey, holding her skirt off the ground in anticipation of climbing the step into the carriage. Her sense of propriety and dignity is about to be challenged by this inelegant and yet necessary gesture. She appears to be trying to persuade the conductor to allow her dog in the omnibus as he has indicated that the animal should be placed on the top. Whilst the girl and conductor exchange flirtatious glances, inappropriate given their different social status, they are being watched with great disapproval by the well-dressed gentlemen and the elderly lady seated further in the carriage. Travel was a popular subject amongst Victorian genre painters as it provided opportunities to depict many social classes in the same composition, each with potentially diverse characters and stories. It also offered a chance to explore the implications of modernity on social conduct and propriety. Unlike railway cars, the omnibus lacked separate first- and second-class compartments and required passengers to ascend steep stairs and to sit packed together and thus it necessitated a revised etiquette. Travelling in this new mode of transport was also the subject of William Maw Egley's Omnibus Life in London (1859; London, Tate Gallery) and later George William Joy's Bayswater Omnibus (1895; London, Kensington Palace). It is possible that the present work is The Omnibus - one in; one out which he exhibited at the British Institution in 1861 (no. 185), the same year as his famous pendant Travelling Past 1760 'Your Money or your Life'; and Travelling Present 1860 'Tickets Please' in which the safety of the modern system is contrasted against the perils of the past.

      Christie's
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