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      • An Irish George III Harewood, Tulipwood, Burr Yew and Sycamore Marquetry Demilune Commode attributed to William Moore of Dublin, Circa 1790
        Oct. 17, 2023

        An Irish George III Harewood, Tulipwood, Burr Yew and Sycamore Marquetry Demilune Commode attributed to William Moore of Dublin, Circa 1790

        Est: $50,000 - $80,000

        An Irish George III Harewood, Tulipwood, Burr Yew and Sycamore Marquetry Demilune Commode attributed to William Moore of Dublin, Circa 1790 the back with a fragmentary despository label ...TRAHAN & CO., Ltd. / ...movals and Warehousing / ...PHEN' S GREEN / PLACE DUBLIN. height 35 1/2 in.; width 43 in.; depth 19 3/4 in. 90.2 cm; 109.3 cm; 50.2 cm

        Sotheby's
      • WILLIAM MOORE SR. (BRITISH 1790-1851) A CONVERSATION PIECE WITH YOUNG FAMILY
        Feb. 22, 2023

        WILLIAM MOORE SR. (BRITISH 1790-1851) A CONVERSATION PIECE WITH YOUNG FAMILY

        Est: £400 - £600

        WILLIAM MOORE SR. (BRITISH 1790-1851) A CONVERSATION PIECE WITH YOUNG FAMILY Signed and dated 1839, pencil and watercolour (49cm x 40cm (19.25in x 15.5in))

        Lyon & Turnbull
      • William Moore Sr. (British 1790-1851), Portrait of Mr George Keyworth Baker of York
        May. 27, 2021

        William Moore Sr. (British 1790-1851), Portrait of Mr George Keyworth Baker of York

        Est: £600 - £800

        William Moore Sr. (British 1790-1851)Portrait of Mr George Keyworth Baker of YorkOil on canvasSigned, inscribed and dated 1834 (verso)75 x 62cm (29½ x 24¼ in.)Provenance: From the private collection of Sir David and Lady Scholey Mr George Keyworth Baker of York depicted in the present lot, married Ellen Severs of Bath.Sir David Scholey CBE FRSA achieved success as a merchant banker in the City of London during a career which saw him rise to become Chairman and Chief Executive of S G Warburg. A director of the Bank of England and governor of the BBC - his commitment to the arts was reflected in his roles as Chairman of Trustees of The National Portrait Gallery -as well as a Director of the London Symphony Orchestra and a trustee of Glyndebourne.A lifelong interest in music and art has been shared with his wife Alexandra and together they furnished Heath End House, Hampstead- once the residence of John Abbott McNeill Whistler. Regular purchases from the leading London antiques fairs and dealers allowed them to add to those pieces passed down from their families - including a special penchant for Chinese porcelain, English furniture and silver cream jugs.Sir David and Lady Scholey are now moving to smaller quarters in Florence and it is therefore time to scale down and let go of some of many of the antiques, paintings and works of art which have given them so much pleasure during a lifetime of collecting.

        Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
      • William Moore (1790-1851) England, watercolour, half length portrait of Jemima Turvey, signed and dated 1835, approx 24cm x 20cm
        Nov. 01, 2020

        William Moore (1790-1851) England, watercolour, half length portrait of Jemima Turvey, signed and dated 1835, approx 24cm x 20cm

        Est: $400 - $600

        William Moore (1790-1851) England, watercolour, half length portrait of Jemima Turvey, signed and dated 1835, approx 24cm x 20cm

        Vickers & Hoad
      • WILLIAM MOORE (BRITISH 1790-1851)
        Oct. 15, 2020

        WILLIAM MOORE (BRITISH 1790-1851)

        Est: £400 - £600

        signed and dated 1831, oil on metal panel

        Lyon & Turnbull
      • William Moore (British, 1790-1851), "Portrait of Fanny Kemble with Her Spaniel"
        Sep. 26, 2020

        William Moore (British, 1790-1851), "Portrait of Fanny Kemble with Her Spaniel"

        Est: $2,000 - $4,000

        William Moore (British, 1790-1851) "Portrait of the Actress and Author Fanny Kemble with Her Spaniel", 1833 oil on copper signed and dated lower left. Framed. 14" x 12", framed 17-1/4" x 15-1/4"

        New Orleans Auction Galleries
      • William Moore, Snr (British, 1790-1851), two portr
        Mar. 21, 2019

        William Moore, Snr (British, 1790-1851), two portr

        Est: £150 - £250

        William Moore, Snr (British, 1790-1851), two portraits of young women, watercolour on pencil, each signed and dated 1835, in wooden frames, 25cm x 20cm Portrait painter William Moore Snr made his career in York. He was the father of fourteen children, some of whom became successful artists themselves including Albert Joseph Moore (1841-1893), and the landscape and marine painter, Henry Moore, R.A (1776-1848).. Have not been out of frame. We do not know who the sitters are. Lady with flower in hair overall condition good, no major faults found, some loss of colour and some staining to paper. Lady in red chair overall loss to surface decoration notable to face, body and background, some staining.

        Ewbank's
      • William Moore, Snr (British, 1790-1851), portrait
        Mar. 21, 2019

        William Moore, Snr (British, 1790-1851), portrait

        Est: £150 - £250

        William Moore, Snr (British, 1790-1851), portrait of a woman and another of a man holding a gun, watercolour on pencil, each signed and dated 1829, in gilded frames, 25cm x 20cm Portrait painter William Moore Snr made his career in York. He was the father of fourteen children, some of whom became successful artists themselves including Albert Joseph Moore (1841-1893), and the landscape and marine painter, Henry Moore, R.A (1776-1848).. Have not been out of frame. We do not know who the sitters are. Gentleman has staining most notable to top half of the picture, possible slight loss to colour. Lady staining most notable to margins, white staining to the left hand side visible on image.

        Ewbank's
      • William Moore, Snr (British, 1790-1851), portrait
        Mar. 21, 2019

        William Moore, Snr (British, 1790-1851), portrait

        Est: £150 - £250

        William Moore, Snr (British, 1790-1851), portrait of a woman and another of a man seated, watercolour on pencil, each signed and dated 1829, in gilded frames, 25cm x 20cm Portrait painter William Moore Snr made his career in York. He was the father of fourteen children, some of whom became successful artists themselves including Albert Joseph Moore (1841-1893), and the landscape and marine painter, Henry Moore, R.A (1776-1848)..

        Ewbank's
      • William Moore, Snr (British, 1790-1851), two portr
        Mar. 21, 2019

        William Moore, Snr (British, 1790-1851), two portr

        Est: £150 - £250

        William Moore, Snr (British, 1790-1851), two portraits of young women, watercolour on pencil, each signed and dated 1835 lower left, in ornate gilded frames, 25cm x 20cm Portrait painter William Moore Snr made his career in York. He was the father of fourteen children, some of whom became successful artists themselves including Albert Joseph Moore (1841-1893), and the landscape and marine painter, Henry Moore, R.A (1776-1848)..

        Ewbank's
      • William Moore (1790-1851) Conversation piece, portrait of a mother, her three children and a chihuahua 19.5 x 25in.
        Dec. 04, 2018

        William Moore (1790-1851) Conversation piece, portrait of a mother, her three children and a chihuahua 19.5 x 25in.

        Est: £600 - £900

        William Moore (1790-1851) oil on wooden panel Conversation piece, portrait of a mother, her three children and a chihuahua signed and dated 1840 19.5 x 25in.

        Gorringes
      • William Moore (1790-1851). A 19th Century Oil on Copper Portrait of a Lady sat stitching a needlework by a window with landscape beyond, 14 ins x 12 ins (36 cms x 31 cms), in a decorative pierced giltwood frame 17 ins x 15 ins (43 cm x 38 cms).
        Feb. 26, 2017

        William Moore (1790-1851). A 19th Century Oil on Copper Portrait of a Lady sat stitching a needlework by a window with landscape beyond, 14 ins x 12 ins (36 cms x 31 cms), in a decorative pierced giltwood frame 17 ins x 15 ins (43 cm x 38 cms).

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        William Moore (1790-1851). A 19th Century Oil on Copper Portrait of a Lady sat stitching a needlework by a window with landscape beyond, 14 ins x 12 ins (36 cms x 31 cms), in a decorative pierced giltwood frame 17 ins x 15 ins (43 cm x 38 cms).

        Wilkinson's Auctioneers
      • WILLIAM MOORE SENIOR (1790 - 1851) Framed, signed, dated 1835, watercolour
        Aug. 13, 2016

        WILLIAM MOORE SENIOR (1790 - 1851) Framed, signed, dated 1835, watercolour

        Est: £100 - £150

        WILLIAM MOORE SENIOR (1790 - 1851) Framed, signed, dated 1835, watercolour on paper, half length portrait of a seated gentleman, with cane and hat on table before column, in decorative gilt frame, 24cm x 20cm.

        Biddle & Webb Auctioneers and Valuers
      • Attributed to William Moore I (1790-1851) - Miniature pencil and watercolour on paper - Shoulder len
        Jun. 08, 2016

        Attributed to William Moore I (1790-1851) - Miniature pencil and watercolour on paper - Shoulder len

        Est: £150 - £200

        Attributed to William Moore I (1790-1851) - Miniature pencil and watercolour on paper - Shoulder length portrait of Sugden, Earl of St. Leonards (1790-1857) (Lord Chancellor), oval 4.5ins x 3.75ins, early 19th Century English School - Half length miniature portrait of a young girl in blue dress with a linnet in a cage, ivory 3.5ins x 3ins, and two oval pencil and watercolour studies of a boy in a smock and a young girl with a pitcher, both ovals 7ins x 5.5ins, and 6.5ins x 5ins (all unframed) Note : The portrait of the Earl of St. Leonards has a later ink inscription to verso giving details of subject, authorship of work and the date 1825

        Canterbury Auction Galleries
      • ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM MOORE (1790-1851) A half
        Mar. 08, 2013

        ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM MOORE (1790-1851) A half

        Est: £100 - £200

        ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM MOORE (1790-1851) A half length portrait of a Regency lady reading a sheet of music, inscribed verso, oils on board, 9 1/2" x 7 1/2".

        Mallams
      • William Moore Snr. (1790-1851), BritishA FAMILY OF CHILDREN AND THEIR DOG IN A LANDSCAPE; Pencil and watercolour on stiff paper; signed and dated 1830 lower right17.5" x 14.5" - 44.5 x 36.8 cm.Note: Portrait painter William Moore Snr. made his career
        Dec. 13, 2011

        William Moore Snr. (1790-1851), BritishA FAMILY OF CHILDREN AND THEIR DOG IN A LANDSCAPE; Pencil and watercolour on stiff paper; signed and dated 1830 lower right17.5" x 14.5" - 44.5 x 36.8 cm.Note: Portrait painter William Moore Snr. made his career

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        William Moore Snr. (1790-1851), BritishA FAMILY OF CHILDREN AND THEIR DOG IN A LANDSCAPE; Pencil and watercolour on stiff paper; signed and dated 1830 lower right17.5" x 14.5" - 44.5 x 36.8 cm.Note: Portrait painter William Moore Snr. made his career in York. He lived mainly in Yorkshire and painted there, in Scotland and Devon. He had thirteen sons, including Albert Joseph (1841-1893); Edwin (1813-1893); Henry (1776-1848); John Collingham (1829-1880); and William Moore Jr. (1817-1909) all of whom were recorded artists.

        Waddington's
      • William I Moore, British 1790-1851- Portrait of a
        Aug. 06, 2011

        William I Moore, British 1790-1851- Portrait of a

        Est: £150 - £200

        William I Moore, British 1790-1851- Portrait of a man holding a miniature bust; pastel, signed and dated 1847, 53.5x37cm: together with a number of pen, pencil and charcoal portraits and landscape studies by various hands, (a lot) (unframed)

        Roseberys
      • William Moore (1790-1851)
        Dec. 08, 2010

        William Moore (1790-1851)

        Est: £100 - £150

        William Moore (1790-1851)

        Woolley & Wallis
      • Mrs William Moore, 18th Century
        Nov. 04, 2010

        Mrs William Moore, 18th Century

        Est: £700 - £1,000

        Mrs William Moore, 18th Century Study of a mango signed and inscribed 'Mangue Edmond/peinte d'après nature/par Mυmυe Wυm Moore' (lower left) and further inscribed 'Mangue Edmond' (lower right) pencil and watercolour with gum arabic, on card, unframed 17½ x 11 in. (44.5 x 28 cm.)

        Christie's
      • William Moore (1790-1851) Portrait of a mother and children, 21.5 x 17.5in.
        Sep. 09, 2010

        William Moore (1790-1851) Portrait of a mother and children, 21.5 x 17.5in.

        Est: £400 - £600

        William Moore (1790-1851) watercolour, Portrait of a mother and children, signed and dated 1835, 21.5 x 17.5in.

        Gorringes
      • William Moore (1790-1851) Portrait of William
        Nov. 20, 2009

        William Moore (1790-1851) Portrait of William

        Est: £250 - £300

        William Moore (1790-1851) Portrait of William Scholfield (1774-1854), Son of John Scholfield, seated, half length, wearing period costume; Portrait of Ann Scholfield, wife of William Scholfield, seated, half length, wearing a period costume and lace bonnet Signed and dated 1829, extensively inscribed verso, pencil and watercolour wash, vignettes, each 21cm by 16.5cm (a pair)

        Tennants
      • William Moore (1790-1851) Portrait of a Lady,
        Jul. 18, 2009

        William Moore (1790-1851) Portrait of a Lady,

        Est: £300 - £500

        William Moore (1790-1851) Portrait of a Lady, seated, three quarter length, wearing a black dress trimmed with lace; Portrait of a Young Man, seated, three quarter length, wearing a black coat and waistcoat Both signed and dated 1838, extensively inscribed on exhibition labels verso, pencil and watercolour, each 26.5cm by 21.5cm (a pair) Exhibited at the City of York Art Gallery, Exhibition of Pictures by the Moore Family 1912, and loaned by Henry Birch The artist was a provincial portrait painter. Four of his fifteen children were artists, Albert Joseph Moore being the youngest.

        Tennants
      • William Moore (1790-1851) Portraits of five ladies
        Mar. 25, 2009

        William Moore (1790-1851) Portraits of five ladies

        Est: £500 - £700

        William Moore (1790-1851) Portraits of five ladies One signed and dated 1838 All watercolour heightened with gum arabic and scratching out Each 25 x 20cm; 10 x 8in (5) Some foxing but overall good condition

        Woolley & Wallis
      • Henry Moore (English, 1831-1895), "Sailing Away",
        Dec. 06, 2008

        Henry Moore (English, 1831-1895), "Sailing Away",

        Est: $2,500 - $3,500

        Henry Moore (English, 1831-1895), "Sailing Away", watercolor on paper, signed lower left, bearing label "The Boots Chemists Picture Framing & Art Dept" en verso, 4 1/2 in. x 12 1/2 in., attractively matted and framed. Note: Moore received his early artistic training from his father William Moore of York (1790-1851), as did his younger brother Albert Joseph Moore (1841-1893), and later attended the York School of Design and the Royal Academy Schools. An accomplished animal and landscape painter, Moore's career flourished once he decided to concentrate on marine scenes. Praised for his ability to accurately render the sea's movement, Moore was considered one of the most significant Marine painters of the late 19th c. Between 1853 and 1895 he exhibited at the Royal Academy, becoming an Associate in 1885 and a full Academician in 1893; he also participated in exhibitions at Grosvenor Gallery, the Royal Hibernian Society, the Society of British Artists, and the Royal Water Colour Society. In 1889 he was awarded the Grand Prize at the Exposition Universelle in Paris. Moore's paintings are in numerous permanent collections including the Musée d'Orsay, the National Maritime Museum, Manchester Art Gallery, the Tate Gallery, the National Portrait Gallery in London, and the Victoria and Albert Museum, among others. Reference: Wood. Victorian Painters. Antique Collector's Guild. 1995. Vol. I, pp 361-2.

        Neal Auction Company
      • William Moore of York (British, 1790-1851), a pair
        Feb. 23, 2008

        William Moore of York (British, 1790-1851), a pair

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        William Moore of York (British, 1790-1851), a pair of portraits of "A Lady" and "A Gentleman", pastel, pencil and chalk on paper, gentleman's signed and dated lower left "M. Moore, 1844", sight 20 3/4 in. x 15 1/4 in., in antique beveled oak frames.

        Neal Auction Company
      • A GEORGE III IRISH INLAID HAREWOOD D-SHAPE COMMODE BY WILLIAM MOORE OF DUBLIN CIRCA 1790
        Oct. 12, 2007

        A GEORGE III IRISH INLAID HAREWOOD D-SHAPE COMMODE BY WILLIAM MOORE OF DUBLIN CIRCA 1790

        Est: $80,000 - $120,000

        the tulipwood banded top with stringing and rayed panels of figured harewood, centered by a shaded boxwood fan medallion with pendant foliage and with a broad band inlaid with running band of scrolling tendrals, leaves and berries, the frieze fitted with a drawer and inlaid with fluting and oval panels of yew wood above a confroming central door similarly inlaid and with a central oval panel of yew wood, the sides similarly inlaid and banded, the stiles banded and with a broad panel inlaid with anthemion and sprays of stiff leaves supported on square tapered legs inlaid with stringing and with square molded toes, the back with a printed label ...TRAHAN & CO., Ltd. / ...movals and Warehousing / ...PHEN' S GREEN / PLACE DUBLIN.

        Sotheby's
      • A young urchin
        Apr. 18, 2007

        A young urchin

        Est: £300 - £500

        William Moore (BRITISH, 1790-1851) A young urchin signed, dated and inscribed 'Wm Moore/Pinxt/Yokr 1820' (on the reverse) oil on copper 10 x 8 in. (25.4 x 20.3 cm.)

        Christie's
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