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Portrait painter, Landscape painter, b. 1758 - d. 1840

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          • Alexander Nasmyth (Scottish, 1758-1840) Oil on Canvas "The Fishing Party, Loch Katrine, Perthshire" H 27" W 35"
            Oct. 20, 2023

            Alexander Nasmyth (Scottish, 1758-1840) Oil on Canvas "The Fishing Party, Loch Katrine, Perthshire" H 27" W 35"

            Est: $4,000 - $6,000

            Signed and inscribed on the reverse. Depicting a fishing party with figures in rowboats and on the banks of Loch Katrine, Scotland. Having a giltwood frame 42" x 49.5". Provenance: Private collector, Bloomfield Hills, MI. Beaton-Brown Fine Paintings, London. Stock #0099.

            DuMouchelles
          • Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth (British, 1758-1840) Alva House, Stirlingshire
            Sep. 14, 2023

            Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth (British, 1758-1840) Alva House, Stirlingshire

            Est: £3,000 - £5,000

            Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth (British, 1758-1840) Alva House, Stirlingshire bears an inscription describing the ownership of the house (verso) oil on canvas 57.5 x 93cm (22 5/8 x 36 5/8in).

            Bonhams
          • FOLLOWER OF ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840)
            Sep. 12, 2023

            FOLLOWER OF ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840)

            Est: £300 - £500

            FOLLOWER OF ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) FOLLOWER OF ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) Fisherman, in an extensive river landscape oil on canvas 51 x 61 cm

            Chiswick Auctions
          • Nasmyth (Alexander, 1758-1840, attributed to). Glen Quaich, Perthshire
            Jul. 20, 2023

            Nasmyth (Alexander, 1758-1840, attributed to). Glen Quaich, Perthshire

            Est: £700 - £1,000

            Nasmyth (Alexander, 1758-1840, attributed to). Glen Quaich, Perthshire * Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth (1758-1840). Glen Quaich, Perthshire, oil on canvas, re-lined, depicting a mountainous landscape, with snaking river, rocky outcrops, and trees, some craquelure, early pencil inscription and remains of manuscript label on stretcher with title and attribution, 48.5 x 65 cm (19 x 25 1/2 ins), framed (61.5 x 78 cm) QTY: (1) Provenance: British Conservative politician and barrister Peter Wynford Innes Rees, Baron Rees of Goytre, PC, QC (1926-2008).

            Dominic Winter Auctions
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) A VIEW NEAR EDINBURGH
            Jun. 08, 2023

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) A VIEW NEAR EDINBURGH

            Est: £8,000 - £12,000

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) A VIEW NEAR EDINBURGH Inscribed and dated on the backboard 'A view near Edinburgh taken by Mr Nasmyth Senr. for John Cockburn 1788', oil on copper, circular, and a companion, a pair, similarly inscribed (18cm (7in), diameter) Qty: (2) Note: This pair of Edinburgh scenes date to 1788 when Alexander Nasmyth is recorded as spending much time, and deriving much pleasure from, walking around his native city, often accompanied by his friend Robert Burns. His famous portrait of Burns (National Galleries of Scotland) was painted the previous year and was also executed on a small scale typical of Nasmyth’s early work. A 1788 Edinburgh directory describes his profession as ‘portrait and landscape painter’ but by the end of the decade Henry Raeburn’s near-monopolisation of Edinburgh portraiture compelled Nasmyth to concentrate on landscapes. This proved an astute decision: he would go on to become known as ‘the founder of the Scottish landscape tradition.’ This fascinating pair of compositions capture the artist at a formative period in his career when his distinctive style was being cultivated. A View Near Edinburgh portrays figures crossing a bridge near a smart cottage, with an imposing Edinburgh Castle just visible through the trees behind; its companion piece portrays a peasant family by a roadside in front of a dilapidated cottage. It is possible the pair were conceived to convey a moralising message; equally, they may have been intended as charming conversation pieces evoking the ‘haves’ and ‘have-nots’ of Edinburgh society. The close attention Nasmyth paid to Northern Old Masters is evident, particularly in the restrained and earthy palette and the interest in portraying scenes of day-to-day life with intense detail. Nasmyth’s son and biographer James recorded that his father admired Hobbema, Wynants and Ruysdael in particular, and the British Museum holds a collection of Nasmyth etchings that demonstrate his awareness of early Northern artists including Nicholaes Berchem (one such etching dates to 1771, when Nasmyth was only thirteen).

            Lyon & Turnbull
          • ◆ ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) DALHOUSIE CASTLE
            Jun. 08, 2023

            ◆ ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) DALHOUSIE CASTLE

            Est: £30,000 - £50,000

            ◆ ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) DALHOUSIE CASTLE Oil on canvas (112cm x 167cm (44in x 66in)) Literature: J. C. B. Cooksey, Alexander Nasmyth HRSA, 1758-1840: A Man of the Scottish Renaissance, Haddington, 1991, p.100, ill.Q5 Note: By the 1800s Alexander Nasmyth's skill as a landscape painter was such that he was confident working on an ambitious scale, yet due to the numerous demands on his time relatively few pictures survive from this period. Between 1790 and 1810 he was remarkably industrious: in addition to supporting his large young family, he was setting up an art school where he taught classes and was also working on an ever-expanding portfolio of theatrical, engineering and landscape design projects. Nasmyth came from a line of architect-builders, and as a youth had been trained to take over the family business by his father but opted to pursue painting instead. It was not until later in life that he began to take on architectural and landscape-design commissions, embodying the Italian ideal of the architetto-pittore. James Nasmyth wrote: ‘My father was much employed in assisting the noblemen and landed gentry in improving the landscape appearance of their estates, especially when seen from their mansion windows. His fine taste, and his love of natural scenery gave him great advantages in this respect… he designed alterations of the old buildings so as to preserve their romantic features, and at the same time to fit them for all the requirements of modern domestic life.’ (ed. S. Smiles James Nasmyth, Engineer: An Autobiography, London, 1883, pp.36-37) Nasmyth often presented his clients with artworks which illustrated his proposed improvements to their estates, and it is possible that it was in this architetto-pittore capacity that Nasmyth painted Dalhousie Castle in Cockpen, Midlothian. (J. C. Loudon, An Encyclopaedia of Gardening, London, 1822, p.1250, no.2218) The sweeping landscape incorporates views of the thirteenth-century redstone castle and its strategic vantage point over the River Esk, all set against rolling hills stretching into the distance. The pleasures of the grounds are demonstrated by several figural vignettes: hunters and their dogs rest in the foreground; a pair fish by the Esk; animals graze throughout. Particular attention is drawn to the dramatic views enjoyed on the approach to Dalhousie, with various figures accompanied by dogs walking up the gently curving path, and a waiting horse and carriage outside the Castle. Dalhousie Castle affords the viewer an interesting insight into Nasmyth’s practice during a period when he produced few paintings, and is of exceptionally fine quality. It possesses all the hallmarks of the artist’s hand, including the distinctive ‘Nasmyth-style’ craggy trees, meticulous detail, a soft, golden light, and the use of dark framing devices around the edges of the picture to enhance its sense of depth and theatricality. The result is a highly evocative bucolic vision realised on a monumental scale.

            Lyon & Turnbull
          • Alexander Nasmyth, Copy of "Princes Street..."
            May. 04, 2023

            Alexander Nasmyth, Copy of "Princes Street..."

            Est: $50 - $100

            Alexander Nasmyth (1758–1840), Princes Street with the Commencement of the Building of the Royal Institution. 1825. Print copy of the original oil painting. Height 11.5 Inches; Width 13 Inches; Depth 1/2 Inch. Gilt frame.

            5th Avenue Auctions
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH
            Mar. 10, 2023

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH

            Est: €2,500 - €5,000

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH 1758 Edinburgh - 1840 ibid. Scottish landscape, view of the lake and the castle on the hill in the evening light. Oil on canvas (doubl.). 70 x 97 cm. Signed lower left 'Alexander Nasmyth'. Slightly soiled, partly abraded. ALEXANDER NASMYTH 1758 Edinburgh - 1840 ebenda Schottische Landschaft, Blick auf den See und die Burg auf dem Hügel im Abendlicht Öl auf Leinwand (doubl.). 70 x 97 cm. Signiert unten links 'Alexander Nasmyth'. Leicht verschm., part. ber.

            Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf
          • FREDERICK CHRISTIAN LEWIS, VIEW OF OLD ABERDEEN, INCLUDING KINGS COLLEGE AND THE CATHEDRAL, HAND-COLORED ENGRAVING
            Feb. 04, 2023

            FREDERICK CHRISTIAN LEWIS, VIEW OF OLD ABERDEEN, INCLUDING KINGS COLLEGE AND THE CATHEDRAL, HAND-COLORED ENGRAVING

            Est: $1,200 - $1,500

            Artist: Alexander Nasmyth, English (1779 - 1856) Title: View of Old Aberdeen, including Kings College and the Cathedral Year: 1808 Medium: Hand-Colored Engraving Image Size: 16.5 x 21 inches Frame Size: 26 x 33 inches Description: Based on a painting currently held in the Aberdeen City Council Collection, this print by Alexander Nasmyth features a group of people out walking on the grounds in front of Kings College. The print was engraved by Frederick Christian Lewis and includes a detailed description of the scene on the bottom.

            RoGallery
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) STIRLING CASTLE WITH THE UPPER PART OF THE FORTH
            Dec. 08, 2022

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) STIRLING CASTLE WITH THE UPPER PART OF THE FORTH

            Est: £3,000 - £5,000

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) STIRLING CASTLE WITH THE UPPER PART OF THE FORTH Oil on panel (45cm x 61cm (17.75in x 2in)) Provenance: Mrs Alexander Bannerman Christie's, London, 25 February 1888, lot 156 to Carritt Christie's, 17 June 1983 Spink & Son, London Literature: J. C. B. Cooksey, Alexander Nasmyth HRSA 1758-1840: A Man of the Scottish Renaissance, Southampton 1991, p.110, Ill. Q44A (as 'oil on canvas') ‘At all events, we cannot help having a due regard for our forefathers. Our curiosity is stimulated by their immediate or indirect influence upon ourselves.’ - James Nasmyth, James Nasmyth Engineer: An Autobiography, John Murray, London, 1883 Alexander Nasmyth is best-known as ‘the founder of the Scottish landscape tradition’, but his earliest training was as a decorative painter. His talent earned him the attention of Allan Ramsay, a leading portrait artist and court painter to George III. Nasmyth spent four years training in Ramsay’s London studio, and directly afterwards he predominantly produced portraits for the nobility. Commissions waned when word spread about the young artist’s liberal politics, and a two-year period of study in Italy finalised Nasmyth’s move away from portraiture. Upon his return to Edinburgh in 1784 Nasmyth established himself as an accomplished painter of landscapes. Architectural components recur throughout his compositions, reflecting Nasmyth’s abilities as an engineer and architect; accordingly, he often fulfilled commissions to design and expand the estates of the Scottish nobility. In the 1790s Nasmyth designed 47 York Place, Edinburgh, for his family. The plan incorporated residential quarters in the top floor apartment and two garret storeys in the roof to accommodate teaching space and a studio. With the opportunity for European travel limited by the Napoleonic Wars, it was an astute time to establish a school of art. Aspiring artists enrolled to witness Nasmyth’s ‘familiar and practical’ lectures accompanied by demonstrations, with the household becoming a thriving hub in Edinburgh’s early nineteenth-century ‘cultural Renaissance’. Notable attendees included David Wilkie, Francis Grant, David Roberts, Clarkson Stansfield, William Allan, Andrew Geddes and the Rev. John Thomson of Duddingston. Nasmyth also taught middle-class women, for whom painting and drawing were important social graces. Tutelage was supported by Nasmyth’s daughters, who sometimes led sketching tours around familiar Edinburgh vistas including Duddingston Loch, Craigmillar Castle, Roslin, or the Forth estuary. Raised in a uniquely artistic and intellectual environment, it is of little surprise that the Nasmyth children understood the principles of drawing and painting. It is remarkable, however, that so many possessed natural artistic talent. Of his eleven children at least eight were gifted artists: his six eldest daughters Jane, Barbara, Margaret, Elizabeth, Anne and Charlotte, and his eldest son Patrick and younger son James. James observed that ‘my father’s object was to render each and every one of his children…independent…accordingly, he sedulously kept up the attention of his daughters to fine art. He set on foot drawing classes…managed by his six daughters, superintended by himself.’ The Nasmyth children benefited from intimate access to their father’s paintings and expansive drawings portfolio, including many early copies of Old Masters made at the Trustees Academy in Edinburgh and Allan Ramsay’s studio. It also contained numerous landscape sketches observed from life, overwhelmingly portraying England and Scotland. Only a few European sketches survive, likely made during Nasmyth’s Italian studies, but charmingly these continental landscapes appear to have been pored over by the Nasmyth children, and can be seen to have inspired passages in their mature paintings. They all went on to paint landscapes almost exclusively, with each adopting a personal interpretation of their father’s style.

            Lyon & Turnbull
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) HIGHLAND RIVER WITH AQUEDUCT
            Dec. 08, 2022

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) HIGHLAND RIVER WITH AQUEDUCT

            Est: £1,200 - £1,800

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) HIGHLAND RIVER WITH AQUEDUCT Oil on canvas (46cm x 61cm (18in x 24in)) Provenance: Lyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh, Drambuie Collection Part I, 26 January 2006, lot 85 (as 'Figure on a Highland Loch, Viaduct in the Distance')

            Lyon & Turnbull
          • Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth Oil Landscape
            Nov. 17, 2022

            Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth Oil Landscape

            Est: $200 - $400

            Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth, (Scotland, 1758-1840). Oil on board, lake landscape with man fishing on bank, unsigned, partial paper label on verso. Crazing throughout, some paint loss to upper right and lower left, corners chipped, varnished, chips and losses to gilt frame, 8" x 10 1/2", with frame, 13" x 15 1/2".

            Willow Auction House
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) DRUMTOCHTY CASTLE ON LUTHER WATER
            Jun. 16, 2022

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) DRUMTOCHTY CASTLE ON LUTHER WATER

            Est: £3,000 - £5,000

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) DRUMTOCHTY CASTLE ON LUTHER WATER Oil on canvas (63.5cm x 91cm (25in x 36in)) Literature: Peter Johnson and Ernle Money, The Nasmyth Family of Painters, Leigh-on-Sea, 1977, pl.19 J. C. B. Cooksey, Alexander Nasmyth 1785-1840: A Man of the Scottish Renaissance, 1991, reference Q29, Ill, p.107 Note: Drumtochty Castle was built by Gillespie Graham and possibly John Smith of Aberdeen at a cost of £30,000 for Nasmyth's early patron, the banker George Drummond. It was inhabited by 1813. Cooksey dates the painting to c.1816-20 (op.cit.).

            Lyon & Turnbull
          • Alexander Nasmyth (Zugeschrieben) – Heimkehrender Hirte in weiter Landschaft (Panoramic landscape with a shepherd returning from the fields)
            May. 18, 2022

            Alexander Nasmyth (Zugeschrieben) – Heimkehrender Hirte in weiter Landschaft (Panoramic landscape with a shepherd returning from the fields)

            Est: €3,000 - €4,000

            Oil on canvas. 68.7 x 96.3 cm. Signed lower left.

            Karl & Faber
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH, SCOTLAND 1758 - 40, OIL ON BOARD H 12" W 16" LANDSCAPE , STREAM AND FISHERMEN
            Feb. 25, 2022

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH, SCOTLAND 1758 - 40, OIL ON BOARD H 12" W 16" LANDSCAPE , STREAM AND FISHERMEN

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            Signed lower left. Frame 17" x 21". A nice attractive bucolic scene from a Bloomfield Hills estate. Figures fishing along the stream while cows water nearby. Ancient buildings in the ground. Frame 17" x 21".

            DuMouchelles
          • Alexander Nasmyth (Scottish 1758-1840), A view of a Castle
            Dec. 14, 2021

            Alexander Nasmyth (Scottish 1758-1840), A view of a Castle

            Est: £3,000 - £5,000

            Alexander Nasmyth (Scottish 1758-1840) A view of a Castle and estuary with travellers resting in the foreground Oil on cradled panel 130 x 92cm (51 x 36 in.) Provenance:Berwick House, Shropshire It has been suggested that the view depicted in the present lot is one of Place House, Fowey, Cornwall (see, the engraving after Frederick Wilton Litchfield Stockdale, Place House, Fowey, Cornwall, pub. 1824)

            Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) THE MILLER'S LINN, INVERARY
            Dec. 09, 2021

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) THE MILLER'S LINN, INVERARY

            Est: £6,000 - £8,000

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) THE MILLER'S LINN, INVERARY Signed and dated 1807, oil on canvas (56cm x 86.5cm (22in x 34in)) Footnote: Note: Alexander Nasmyth is remembered as the father of Scottish landscape painting. This delightful Inverary scene depicts industry and leisure: while figures on both banks enjoy an afternoon of fishing, the mill’s puffing chimney indicates work taking place within. The landscape is rendered with characteristic meticulousness, while retaining an atmosphere of romance and charm, demonstrating Nasmyth’s mastery of the genre. Alexander Nasmyth was born in Edinburgh in 1758, and would go on to become a key figure of the Edinburgh cultural Renaissance at the start of the nineteenth century. Initially apprenticed as a heraldic painter to a coachbuilder, his talent was identified by Allan Ramsay, who employed Nasmyth at his London studio. Here, he honed his painting technique working on minor areas of Ramsay’s compositions, while gaining an invaluable insight into the business of studio commissions. In 1778 Nasmyth returned to Edinburgh, and soon became an in-demand portrait painter. He travelled to Italy in 1782 to further study painting, a venture made possible by a loan from the banker Patrick Miller of Dalswinton. Miller would remain Nasmyth’s patron throughout his career, and as an expression of gratitude Nasmyth named his first son Patrick, who himself would go on to be a significant Scottish artist. Patrick Nasmyth also painted the Miller’s Lynn, Inverary in 1818. Alexander Nasmyth remained in Italy for two years, travelling around the country and developing his skills as a painter of landscapes. Upon his return to Scotland he developed a close friendship with Robert Burns, and the pair would often enjoy long walks together across central and southern Scotland. Nasmyth’s famous portrait of Burns now hangs in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. From 1792 Nasmyth concentrated on landscape painting in the Dutch style. Architectural structures often feature in his scenes, owing to his enduring interest in building and engineering. Many of his designs for members of the Scottish nobility were realised, including the Dean Bridge in Edinburgh and a temple covering St. Bernard’s Well by the Water of Leith. By 1815 his reputation was such that he was invited to submit a proposal for the expansion of Edinburgh’s New Town. Nasmyth’s influence on Scottish landscape painting cannot be understated. He established a painting school at his home on York Place, Edinburgh, teaching pupils including Sir David Wilkie, David Roberts and Clarkson Stanfield. He insisted that his followers draw with their subject before them, rather than working from existing drawings or paintings. Wilkie would later describe Nasmyth as ‘the founder of landscape painting in Scotland [who] by his taste and talents took the lead for many years in the patriotic aim of enriching his native land with the representations of her romantic scenery’.

            Lyon & Turnbull
          • Alexander Nasmyth (attrib), pair oils on panel
            Dec. 02, 2021

            Alexander Nasmyth (attrib), pair oils on panel

            Est: $600 - $800

            Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth (Scottish, 1758-1840), Three Figures on a Bridge, and Coastal Landscape, no signature observed, artist tag on frame, 8"h x 6.5"w (sight), 12"h x 10"w (frame)

            Millea Bros Ltd
          • Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth Oil on Canvas
            Sep. 23, 2021

            Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth Oil on Canvas

            Est: $600 - $800

            Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth (Scottish, 1758-1840). Oil on canvas The Pass of Glencoe. Minor paint loss around edges, canvas warped, with later shiny finish; losses and repairs to frame. 23 1/2" x 17 1/2" (overall 32 1/4" x 26")

            Willow Auction House
          • Circle of ALEXANDER NASMYTH
            Sep. 18, 2021

            Circle of ALEXANDER NASMYTH

            Est: $600 - $800

            Circle of ALEXANDER NASMYTH (Scottish, 1758-1840), river landscape with fishermen, oil on canvas, unsigned. Losses, relined with other signs of restoration, craquelure, impact crackle, accretion. Canvas 16-3/4''h, 21''w.

            South Bay Auctions Inc
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) A WOODED LANDSCAPE WITH FISHERMAN AND WATERFALL
            Sep. 01, 2021

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) A WOODED LANDSCAPE WITH FISHERMAN AND WATERFALL

            Est: £2,000 - £4,000

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) A WOODED LANDSCAPE WITH FISHERMAN AND WATERFALL Oil on canvas (60cm x 81cm (23.5in x 32in))

            Lyon & Turnbull
          • LARGE ALEXANDER NASMYTH STONE BRIDGE IN A COUNTRY
            Aug. 15, 2021

            LARGE ALEXANDER NASMYTH STONE BRIDGE IN A COUNTRY

            Est: $2,000 - $4,000

            NASMYTH, Alexander, (English/Scottish, 1758-1840): Country Landscape with Stone Bridge and Figures, Oil/Canvas, 32'' x 39.5'', signed lower left, inscribed verso ''This picture was painted for George P. Green, Esquire, Helemont Chase, Galway'', encased in period gilded gesso frame, 38.5'' x 46''.

            Burchard Galleries Inc
          • Alexander Nasmyth (Scottish 1758-1840), A view of a Castle
            May. 27, 2021

            Alexander Nasmyth (Scottish 1758-1840), A view of a Castle

            Est: £6,000 - £8,000

            Alexander Nasmyth (Scottish 1758-1840)A view of a Castle and estuary with travellers resting in the foregroundOil on cradled panel130 x 92cm (51 x 36 in.)Provenance:Berwick House, Shropshire

            Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH - Umkreis : Bauernhaus unter Bäu…
            Apr. 24, 2021

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH - Umkreis : Bauernhaus unter Bäu…

            Est: - €450

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH - Umkreis Bauernhaus unter Bäumen, im Hintergrund eine Burg. Oel auf Holz 1788. Bezeichnet „...Nasmyth“ (durch Farbabsplitterung nicht vollständig lesbar) und datiert. 11,5 x 13 cm. Schwach gegilbt und mit vereinzelten Krakelüren und Kratzspuren. [bg]

            Winterberg-Kunst
          • Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth, Scottish (1758-1840), View of a Lake, oil on panel, 12 x 16 in. (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
            Mar. 19, 2021

            Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth, Scottish (1758-1840), View of a Lake, oil on panel, 12 x 16 in. (30.5 x 40.6 cm)

            Est: $600 - $800

            Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth Scottish (1758-1840) view of a lake oil on panel unsigned 12 x 16 in. (30.5 x 40.6 cm)

            Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
          • Alexander Nasmyth (British, 1758 - 1840)"Forest Scene with Shepherd"oil on canvaspartial signature visible lower left12 1/8" x 1...
            Jan. 01, 2021

            Alexander Nasmyth (British, 1758 - 1840)"Forest Scene with Shepherd"oil on canvaspartial signature visible lower left12 1/8" x 1...

            Est: $500 - $1,000

            Alexander Nasmyth (British, 1758 - 1840)"Forest Scene with Shepherd"oil on canvaspartial signature visible lower left12 1/8" x 16 1/8"Provenance: Milwaukee Art Museum label verso, Gift of Mr. & Mrs. R.V. Krikorian also Christie's label verso, May 29, 2001 sale, lot 107 Former home of Mel Gibson, Old Mill Rd, Greenwich, Connecticut

            Nadeau's Auction Gallery
          • Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth, Scottish (1758-1840), View of a Lake, oil on panel, 12 x 16 in. (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
            Dec. 18, 2020

            Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth, Scottish (1758-1840), View of a Lake, oil on panel, 12 x 16 in. (30.5 x 40.6 cm)

            Est: $600 - $800

            Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth Scottish (1758-1840) view of a lake oil on panel unsigned 12 x 16 in. (30.5 x 40.6 cm)

            Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) EDINBURGH FROM THE NORTH-WEST
            Dec. 04, 2020

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) EDINBURGH FROM THE NORTH-WEST

            Est: £15,000 - £20,000

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) EDINBURGH FROM THE NORTH-WEST Signed and dated 1822, oil on canvas (82cm x 115cm (32.25in x 45.25in))

            Lyon & Turnbull
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) ST BERNARD'S WELL
            Dec. 04, 2020

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) ST BERNARD'S WELL

            Est: £2,000 - £3,000

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) ST BERNARD'S WELL Inscribed on a contemporary label verso, oil on panel (30.5cm x 23cm (12in x 9in))

            Lyon & Turnbull
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) HAWTHORNDEN CASTLE
            Dec. 04, 2020

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) HAWTHORNDEN CASTLE

            Est: £2,000 - £3,000

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) HAWTHORNDEN CASTLE Bears signature on canvas (61cm x 46cm (24in x 18in)) Footnote: Provenance: Bears Frost & Reed label verso, no.37818.

            Lyon & Turnbull
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) A WOODED RIVER LANDSCAPE WITH CHURCH BY A LOCH
            Dec. 04, 2020

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) A WOODED RIVER LANDSCAPE WITH CHURCH BY A LOCH

            Est: £1,500 - £2,000

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) A WOODED RIVER LANDSCAPE WITH CHURCH BY A LOCH Oil on panel (25.5cm x 35.5cm (10in x 14in))

            Lyon & Turnbull
          • ATTRIBUTED TO ALEXANDER NASMYTH, United Kingdom, 1758-1840, Landscape with lake, traveler on a path and sheep with a shepherd., Oil...
            Nov. 19, 2020

            ATTRIBUTED TO ALEXANDER NASMYTH, United Kingdom, 1758-1840, Landscape with lake, traveler on a path and sheep with a shepherd., Oil...

            Est: $1,000 - $2,000

            ATTRIBUTED TO ALEXANDER NASMYTH United Kingdom, 1758-1840 Landscape with lake, traveler on a path and sheep with a shepherd. Unsigned. Label verso for Parker Gallery, London. Oil on panel, 8" x 10.5". Framed 11" x 13.5".

            Eldred's
          • Circle of Alexander Nasmyth (British, 1758-1840) View of Taymouth Castle 45.5 x 63 cm. (17 15/16 x 24 13/16 in.)
            Oct. 14, 2020

            Circle of Alexander Nasmyth (British, 1758-1840) View of Taymouth Castle 45.5 x 63 cm. (17 15/16 x 24 13/16 in.)

            Est: £800 - £1,200

            Circle of Alexander Nasmyth (British, 1758-1840) View of Taymouth Castle bears inscription on label (verso) 'Taymouth Castle 1845' oil on canvas 45.5 x 63 cm. (17 15/16 x 24 13/16 in.) For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

            Bonhams
          • Painting, Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth
            Oct. 11, 2020

            Painting, Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth

            Est: $500 - $700

            Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth (British, 1758-1840), Untitled (Landscape with Figures), oil on panel, panel: 9"h x 14"w, overall (with frame): 16.5"h x 21.5"w

            Clars Auctions
          • Painting, Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth
            Sep. 13, 2020

            Painting, Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth

            Est: $700 - $1,000

            Attributed to Alexander Nasmyth (British, 1758-1840), Untitled (Landscape with Figures), oil on panel, panel: 9"h x 14"w, overall (with frame): 16.5"h x 21.5"w

            Clars Auctions
          • ATTRIBUTED TO ALEXANDER NASMYTH (BRITISH 1758-1840)
            Aug. 25, 2020

            ATTRIBUTED TO ALEXANDER NASMYTH (BRITISH 1758-1840)

            Est: £600 - £800

            ATTRIBUTED TO ALEXANDER NASMYTH (BRITISH 1758-1840) The traveler's rest bears signature A Nasmyth (lower left) oil on canvas 45 x 61 cm

            Chiswick Auctions
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH (EDINBURGH 1758-1840) Extensive view of Lake Geneva with Mont Blanc beyond, figures in the foreground
            Jul. 30, 2020

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (EDINBURGH 1758-1840) Extensive view of Lake Geneva with Mont Blanc beyond, figures in the foreground

            Est: £4,000 - £6,000

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (EDINBURGH 1758-1840) Extensive view of Lake Geneva with Mont Blanc beyond, figures in the foreground insdtinctly signed, inscribed and dated 'Mount Blanc / and part of the Lake of / Geneva ... / Nasmyth / Edin / 1821' (on the stretcher, upper left) oil on canvas 273⁄4 x 36 in. (70.5 x 91.5 cm.) Please note this lot is the property of a private individual. Provenance with Baumkotter Gallery, London, 1982.

            Christie's
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) RUINED CASTLE ABOVE A LOCH
            Jul. 15, 2020

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) RUINED CASTLE ABOVE A LOCH

            Est: £1,000 - £1,500

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) RUINED CASTLE ABOVE A LOCH Oil on canvas (46cm x 61cm (18in x 24in))

            Lyon & Turnbull
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) A WOODED LANDSCAPE WITH FISHERMAN AND WATERFALL
            Jul. 15, 2020

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) A WOODED LANDSCAPE WITH FISHERMAN AND WATERFALL

            Est: £4,000 - £6,000

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) A WOODED LANDSCAPE WITH FISHERMAN AND WATERFALL Oil on canvas (60cm x 81cm (23.5in x 32in))

            Lyon & Turnbull
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) BOATMAN BY A RIVERSIDE BOTHY
            Jul. 15, 2020

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) BOATMAN BY A RIVERSIDE BOTHY

            Est: £2,000 - £3,000

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) BOATMAN BY A RIVERSIDE BOTHY Oil on canvas (44cm x 60cm (17.25in x 23.5in))

            Lyon & Turnbull
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) A WOODED RIVER GORGE
            Jul. 15, 2020

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) A WOODED RIVER GORGE

            Est: £2,000 - £3,000

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) A WOODED RIVER GORGE Oil on canvas (43cm x 58cm (17in x 23in))

            Lyon & Turnbull
          • PAIR, 19TH C. SCOTTISH LANDSCAPE PAINTINGS
            Jun. 25, 2020

            PAIR, 19TH C. SCOTTISH LANDSCAPE PAINTINGS

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Follower of Alexander Nasmyth (Scottish, 1758-1840). "The Meeting at the Bridge", "An Afternoons Rest" - 19th century, oil on board, apparently unsigned. Pastoral Scottish highlands scene. Approx: (board) 11.5" x 14.75", (frame) 16" x 19".

            Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
          • Alexander Nasmyth (1758-1840) Attributed. An Oil on Canvas Landscape with stream, figures sat upon a
            Feb. 23, 2020

            Alexander Nasmyth (1758-1840) Attributed. An Oil on Canvas Landscape with stream, figures sat upon a

            Est: £300 - £600

            Alexander Nasmyth (1758-1840) Attributed. An Oil on Canvas Landscape with stream, figures sat upon a bridge and watermill to one side, 47 cm x 64 cm (18½'' x 25¼'') in a decorative moulded gilt frame with attribution plaque inscribed 'NASMYTH', 61 cm x 141 cm (24'' x 55½'').

            Wilkinson's Auctioneers
          • Follower of Alexander Nasmyth (British, 1758-1840) View of Stirling Castle
            Jan. 15, 2020

            Follower of Alexander Nasmyth (British, 1758-1840) View of Stirling Castle

            Est: £400 - £600

            Follower of Alexander Nasmyth (British, 1758-1840) View of Stirling Castle oil on canvas, 63.5 x 76.5 cm (25 x 30 1/8in.) in a carved frame For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

            Bonhams
          • Alexander Nasmyth (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) Figures in a Wooded Italian Landscape
            Dec. 05, 2019

            Alexander Nasmyth (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) Figures in a Wooded Italian Landscape

            Est: £2,000 - £3,000

            Oil on canvas (Dimensions: 61cm x 79cm (24in x 31in)) (61cm x 79cm (24in x 31in))

            Lyon & Turnbull
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) VIEW OF A LOCH
            Oct. 30, 2019

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) VIEW OF A LOCH

            Est: £2,000 - £3,000

            Oil on panel (Dimensions: 22cm x 30cm (8.5in x 11.75in)) (22cm x 30cm (8.5in x 11.75in))

            Lyon & Turnbull
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH (1758 - 1840)Mother and child outside cottages, a pairOil on canvas, each 20 x 25.5cm One signed lower rightIn original period swept frames
            Oct. 15, 2019

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (1758 - 1840)Mother and child outside cottages, a pairOil on canvas, each 20 x 25.5cm One signed lower rightIn original period swept frames

            Est: €1,500 - €2,500

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (1758 - 1840)Mother and child outside cottages, a pairOil on canvas, each 20 x 25.5cm One signed lower rightIn original period swept frames

            Adam's
          • ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) RAVENSHEUGH CASTLE
            Sep. 26, 2019

            ALEXANDER NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1758-1840) RAVENSHEUGH CASTLE

            Est: £300 - £500

            Signed and inscribed in pencil to margin, pencil (20.5cm x 24.5cm (8in x 9.5in) and a further unframed pencil sketch with note verso by the same hand 'A Bastien at Craigmillar' (2))

            Lyon & Turnbull
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