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Water color painter, Caricaturist, Etcher, Landscape painter

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      • John Nixon (c. 1755-1818)
        Dec. 06, 2023

        John Nixon (c. 1755-1818)

        Est: £200 - £400

        John Nixon (c. 1755-1818) Race Ground, Tremadoc Races signed with initials, dated 1807 and inscribed with title to the reverse (according to label) pencil, pen, ink and wash 7.5 x 12.5cm Provenance: The French Hospital of La Providence; Spink, London, Heydon Grange, Norfolk

        Cheffins
      • Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Captain Mathews in Bentham Park
        Feb. 15, 2023

        Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Captain Mathews in Bentham Park

        Est: £100 - £150

        Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Captain Mathews in Bentham Park * Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Captain Mathews in Bentham Park, 1809, watercolour over pencil on paper, initialled lower left, inscribed 'drawn at Bentham Park Octo 1809', pinhole to each corner, sheet size 121 x 102 mm (4 3/4 x 4 ins), laid down, window mounted, gilt framed and glazed (29.5 x 27 cm) with title on verso, together with: Prout (John Skinner, 1806-1876). River Study, sepia watercolour on paper, depicting an atmospheric river scene with figures at the water's edge, spotting and tiny areas of abrasion to sky area, sheet size 20.3 x 28.5 cm (8 x 11 1/4 ins), laid down on card, framed and glazed (33 x 40.5 cm), Covent Garden Gallery label to verso with details of the artist QTY: (2)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Captain Mathews in Bentham Park
        Dec. 15, 2022

        Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Captain Mathews in Bentham Park

        Est: £150 - £200

        Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Captain Mathews in Bentham Park * Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Captain Mathews in Bentham Park, 1809, watercolour over pencil on paper, initialled lower left, inscribed 'drawn at Bentham Park Octo 1809', pinhole to each corner, sheet size 121 x 102 mm (4 3/4 x 4 ins), laid down, window mounted, gilt framed and glazed (29.5 x 27 cm) with title on verso, together with: Prout (John Skinner, 1806-1876). River Study, sepia watercolour on paper, depicting an atmospheric river scene with figures at the water's edge, spotting and tiny areas of abrasion to sky area, sheet size 20.3 x 28.5 cm (8 x 11 1/4 ins), laid down on card, framed and glazed (33 x 40.5 cm), Covent Garden Gallery label to verso with details of the artist QTY: (2)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Two Rustics
        Dec. 14, 2022

        Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Two Rustics

        Est: £100 - £200

        Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Two Rustics * Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Two Rustics, pen, ink and watercolour wash on paper, depicting two gentlemen one dishevelled, the other with his hand tucked in his jacket, edges of paper reinforced to verso, sheet size 9.2 x 12.6 cm (3 5/8 x 4 3/4 ins), together with Fripp (Charles Edwin, 1854-1906). Thoughtful Man, pencil on paper, depicting a man standing resting his hands on a broom, monogrammed C.F.F to lower right, sheet size 20.3 x 16.4 cm (8 x 6 1/2 ins), mounted (25.3 x 21 cm), plus English School. Two illustrations to sonnets by Keats and Longfellow, circa 1830-40, brown ink on paper, one depicting a man lying on the grass reading a book, and a woman holding a posy of flowers, a man kneeling at her feet gesturing to the floor, with pencil verse 'Fatigued he sinks into a pleasant lair of wavy grass and reads a debonair and gentle tale of love and languishment', sheet size 17.6 x 11 cm (7 x 4 3/8 ins), the other showing a cupid sitting on a tree and a young child looking at a butterfly while an older figure lies on the ground reading, verse in pencil 'Now shouting to the apples on the tree with cheeks as round and red as they and now among the yellow stalks Longfellow', and three other similar 19th century English pencil drawings, all contained in a blue cloth drop-over box QTY: (7)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Captain Mathews in Bentham Park, 1809
        Oct. 19, 2022

        Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Captain Mathews in Bentham Park, 1809

        Est: £150 - £200

        Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Captain Mathews in Bentham Park, 1809 * Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Captain Mathews in Bentham Park, 1809, watercolour over pencil on paper, initialled lower left, inscribed 'drawn at Bentham Park Octo 1809', pinhole to each corner, sheet size 121 x 102 mm (4 3/4 x 4 ins), laid down, window mounted, gilt framed and glazed (29.5 x 27 cm) with title on verso QTY: (1)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Two Rustics
        Oct. 19, 2022

        Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Two Rustics

        Est: £200 - £300

        Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Two Rustics * Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Two Rustics, pen, ink and watercolour wash on paper, depicting two gentlemen one dishevelled, the other with his hand tucked in his jacket, edges of paper reinforced to verso, sheet size 9.2 x 12.6 cm (3 5/8 x 4 3/4 ins), together with Fripp (Charles Edwin, 1854-1906). Thoughtful Man, pencil on paper, depicting a man standing resting his hands on a broom, monogrammed C.F.F to lower right, sheet size 20.3 x 16.4 cm (8 x 6 1/2 ins), mounted (25.3 x 21 cm), plus English School. Two illustrations to sonnets by Keats and Longfellow, circa 1830-40, brown ink on paper, one depicting a man lying on the grass reading a book, and a woman holding a posy of flowers, a man kneeling at her feet gesturing to the floor, with pencil verse 'Fatigued he sinks into a pleasant lair of wavy grass and reads a debonair and gentle tale of love and languishment', sheet size 17.6 x 11 cm (7 x 4 3/8 ins), the other showing a cupid sitting on a tree and a young child looking at a butterfly while an older figure lies on the ground reading, verse in pencil 'Now shouting to the apples on the tree with cheeks as round and red as they and now among the yellow stalks Longfellow', and three other similar 19th century English pencil drawings, all contained in a blue cloth drop-over box QTY: (7)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • * Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Two rustics at Astley's Amphitheatre, Lambeth, 1784, & 3 others
        Mar. 09, 2022

        * Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Two rustics at Astley's Amphitheatre, Lambeth, 1784, & 3 others

        Est: £300 - £400

        * Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Two rustics at Astley's Amphitheatre, Lambeth, 1784, & 3 others Nixon (John, circa 1750-1818). Two Rustics at Astley's Amphitheatre, Lambeth, 1784, pen, ink and watercolour wash on laid paper, depicting a gentleman in a wig and bicorne hat leaning on a ledge, with a youth standing beside, initialled lower right and annotated by the artist 'Drawn at Astleys 1784', slightly dusty, sheet size 9.3 x 12.1 cm (3 5/8 x 4 3/4 ins), together with 3 other drawings by John Nixon, comprising head and shoulders portraits of: a portly gentleman; a woman in a mob cap inscribed 'Mrs Wilson Hostess of the Inn at Yarmouth: Isle Wight', initialled and dated 1788; and a gentleman in a wig seated beside a lady with curled hair, annotated 'Mr Precious', all mounted, matching frames, glazed (26.6 x 29.1cm) Qty: (4) Footnote: Provenance: Nixon Collection, The French Hospital of La Providence, Rochester, Kent. John Nixon was an accomplished amateur caricaturist of Georgian life and friend of Thomas Rowlandson, who exhibited 39 works at the Royal Academy between 1781 and 1815. Astley's Ampitheatre is generally considered to be the first British circus. Opened by Philip Astley as a riding school in 1768, displays of horsemanship to the paying public were soon augmented by acrobatic displays, clown antics, theatrical and musical acts, and dramatic battle re-enactments.

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • * Nixon (John, c.1750-1818). Portrait of a portly gentleman
        Sep. 09, 2021

        * Nixon (John, c.1750-1818). Portrait of a portly gentleman

        Est: £100 - £150

        * Nixon (John, c.1750-1818). Portrait of a portly gentleman, head & shoulders portrait in pencil on laid paper, early manuscript number '39' to upper margin, light spotting and two brown diagonal line marks to head area, 12 x 9 cm, museum board window mount, modern frame, glazed, 29 x 25.5 cm Qty: (1)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • * Nixon (John, c.1750-1818). Portrait of a portly gentleman
        Jul. 23, 2021

        * Nixon (John, c.1750-1818). Portrait of a portly gentleman

        Est: £150 - £200

        * Nixon (John, c.1750-1818). Portrait of a portly gentleman, head & shoulders portrait in pencil on laid paper, early manuscript number '39' to upper margin, light spotting and two brown diagonal line marks to head area, 12 x 9 cm, museum board window mount, modern frame, glazed, 29 x 25.5 cm Qty: (1)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • John Nixon (British c. 1750-1818)
        Jul. 09, 2021

        John Nixon (British c. 1750-1818)

        Est: £300 - £500

        John Nixon (British c. 1750-1818) John Nixon (British c. 1750-1818) A sketchbook containing thirty-five landscapes depicting life in England between 1795-1815 mostly pen and ink and watercolour, one pencil, all loosely bound in a suede album 18 by 32.5 cm.; 7¼ by 12¾ in. EXHIBITED John Nixon (c.1750-1818), Cyril Fry Gallery, 44 High Street, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, 1999 The present sketchbook containing watercolours and drawings by John Nixon date from 1795-1815. They depict aspects of life in England at the time. Nixon was born in Belfast in the 1750's and came to Basinghall Street in London as a successful and wealthy merchant. He was also a gifted artist who exhibited thirty nine pictures at the Royal Academy from 1781-1815. He was a close friend of Thomas Rowlandson whose style his work closely resembles but without recourse to caricature. His appointment as the Hon. Secretary and Providore of teh Beefsteak Club, in London, brought him into the social scene. John was a bachelor, as was his brother Richard, both of whom entertained with lively routs held in their warehouse in London. John was an enthusiastic amateur actor and took part in many performances in the private theatre at Brandenburg House, Hammersmith; the home of the Margave and Margravina (formerly Lady Craven) of Anspach, where he was considered a star turn according to Henry Angelo the fencing master.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • John Nixon (British c.1750-1818)
        Jul. 09, 2021

        John Nixon (British c.1750-1818)

        Est: £800 - £1,200

        John Nixon (British c.1750-1818) John Nixon (British c.1750-1818) A collection of eight landscapes of English life Each pen and ink and watercolour, Each approximately 17 by 31 cm., 6¾ by 12 in. All framed (8) EXHIBITED Aldeburgh, John Nixon (c.1750-1818), 1999 The present group of watercolours by John Nixon date from 1795-1815. They depict aspects of life in England at the time. They were discovered in a bound sketchbook by Cyril Fry in 1998 and had not seen the light of day for almost 200 years. Nixon was born in Belfast in the 1750's and came to Basinghall Street in London as a successful and wealthy merchant. He was also a gifted artist who exhibited thirty nine pictures at the Royal Academy from 1781-1815. He was a close friend of Thomas Rowlandson whose style his work closely resembles but without recourse to caricature. His appointment as the Hon. Secretary and Providore of teh Beefsteak Club, in London, brought him into the social scene. John was a bachelor, as was his brother Richard, both of whom entertained with lively routs held in their warehouse in London. John was an enthusiastic amateur actor and took part in many performances in the private theatre at Brandenburg House, Hammersmith; the home of the Margave and Margravina (formerly Lady Craven) of Anspach, where he was considered a star turn according to Henry Angelo the fencing master.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • John Nixon (British c.1750-1818)
        Jul. 09, 2021

        John Nixon (British c.1750-1818)

        Est: £600 - £800

        John Nixon (British c.1750-1818) John Nixon (British c.1750-1818) A collection of seven landscapes depicting life in England between 1795 and 1815 including views in Cambridgeshire, Dorset, Hampshire, Wiltshire, Surrey and Yorkshire Each pen and ink and watercolour, all unframed Each approximately 16.5 by 31.5 cm., 6½ by 12¼ in. All unframed (7) EXHIBITED Aldeburgh, John Nixon (c.1750-1818), 1999 The present group of watercolours and drawings by John Nixon date from 1795-1815. They came from a sketchbook discovered by Cyril Fry in 1998 which had not seen the light of day for almost 2000 years. They depict aspects of life in England at the time. Nixon was born in Belfast in the 1750's and came to Basinghall Street in London as a successful and wealthy merchant. He was also a gifted artist who exhibited thirty nine pictures at the Royal Academy from 1781-1815. He was a close friend of Thomas Rowlandson whose style his work closely resembles but without recourse to caricature. His appointment as the Hon. Secretary and Providore of teh Beefsteak Club, in London, brought him into the social scene. John was a bachelor, as was his brother Richard, both of whom entertained with lively routs held in their warehouse in London. John was an enthusiastic amateur actor and took part in many performances in the private theatre at Brandenburg House, Hammersmith; the home of the Margave and Margravina (formerly Lady Craven) of Anspach, where he was considered a star turn according to Henry Angelo the fencing master.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • John Nixon (British c.1750-1818)
        Jul. 09, 2021

        John Nixon (British c.1750-1818)

        Est: £600 - £800

        John Nixon (British c.1750-1818) John Nixon (British c.1750-1818) A collection of eight landscapes depicting life in england between 1795 and 1815 Including views in Hampshire, Nottinghamshire, Dorset, Yorkshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Each pen and ink and watercolour, Each approximately 16.5 by 31.5 cm.; 6½ by 12¼ in. All unframed (8) EXHIBITED Aldeburgh, John Nixon (c.1750-1818), 1999 The present group of watercolours depicting scenes of English life by John Nixon date from 1795-1815. They came from a sketchbook which Cyril Fry discovered in 1998 and which had not seen the light of day for nearly 200 years. Nixon was born in Belfast in the 1750's and came to Basinghall Street in London as a successful and wealthy merchant. He was also a gifted artist who exhibited thirty nine pictures at the Royal Academy from 1781-1815. He was a close friend of Thomas Rowlandson whose style his work closely resembles but without recourse to caricature. His appointment as the Hon. Secretary and Providore of teh Beefsteak Club, in London, brought him into the social scene. John was a bachelor, as was his brother Richard, both of whom entertained with lively routs held in their warehouse in London. John was an enthusiastic amateur actor and took part in many performances in the private theatre at Brandenburg House, Hammersmith; the home of the Margave and Margravina (formerly Lady Craven) of Anspach, where he was considered a star turn according to Henry Angelo the fencing master.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • JOHN NIXON (LONDON 1755-1818 RYDE, ISLE OF WIGHT) - ‘At an Auction Leigh & Sotheby's / Marquis Lansdowns (sic) Sale/ of...
        Jul. 06, 2021

        JOHN NIXON (LONDON 1755-1818 RYDE, ISLE OF WIGHT) - ‘At an Auction Leigh & Sotheby's / Marquis Lansdowns (sic) Sale/ of...

        Est: £700 - £1,000

        JOHN NIXON (LONDON 1755-1818 RYDE, ISLE OF WIGHT) ‘At an Auction Leigh & Sotheby's / Marquis Lansdowns (sic) Sale/ of... pencil and watercolour 4 x 2 7/8 in. (10.2 x 7.4 cm.)

        Christie's
      • JOHN NIXON (1750-1818)
        May. 06, 2021

        JOHN NIXON (1750-1818)

        Est: £200 - £300

        JOHN NIXON (1750-1818) TAKEN IN THE BARGE TO TURGO; AND A MAN WEARING A DARK WIG the first signed with initials and dated lower left JN: 1784. and inscribed lower right Taken in the Barge to Turgo. the second signed with initials and dated lower right JN/94 and numbered upper centre 54 the first pencil, grey wash and pen and brown ink the second pen and black ink and grey wash 11.5 x 20.5 cm/4 1/2 x 8 in; the largest Provenance: William Drummond (the second) (2)

        Olympia Auctions
      • John Nixon, British c.1750-1818- Portrait of a lady seated three-quarter length turned to th
        Mar. 24, 2021

        John Nixon, British c.1750-1818- Portrait of a lady seated three-quarter length turned to th

        Est: £100 - £150

        John Nixon, British c.1750-1818- Portrait of a lady seated three-quarter length turned to the right; pen and grey ink and watercolour, inscribed, 18x13.5cm Please refer to department for condition report

        Roseberys
      • JOHN NIXON (LONDON 1750-1818), St Paul's Cathedral and Islington from Regent's Park, London,
        Dec. 08, 2020

        JOHN NIXON (LONDON 1750-1818), St Paul's Cathedral and Islington from Regent's Park, London,

        Est: £3,000 - £5,000

        JOHN NIXON (LONDON 1750-1818) St Paul's Cathedral and Islington from Regent's Park, London inscribed 'View in the Regents Park Looking towards/Islington & the City - Oct. r 1816' (lower right) pencil and watercolour, extended along the right hand margin 9 1/8 x 16 5/8 in. (23.2 x 42.3 cm.) ,

        Christie's
      • John Nixon (c. 1750-1818) SHANE'S CASTLE, LOUGH NEAGH
        Mar. 04, 2019

        John Nixon (c. 1750-1818) SHANE'S CASTLE, LOUGH NEAGH

        Est: €500 - €700

        John Nixon (c. 1750-1818) SHANE'S CASTLE, LOUGH NEAGH

        Whyte's
      • * Nixon (John, 1750-1818). At Bermondsey Spa,
        Dec. 13, 2017

        * Nixon (John, 1750-1818). At Bermondsey Spa,

        Est: £100 - £150

        pen and black ink with grey wash on wove paper, inscribed with title in ink lower left, and numbered 104 upper right, 100 x 77 mm (4 x 3 ins), laid down on old blue paper, mounted - Quantity (1)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • * Nixon (John, 1750-1818). At Bermondsey Spa,
        Oct. 05, 2017

        * Nixon (John, 1750-1818). At Bermondsey Spa,

        Est: £150 - £200

        pen and black ink with grey wash on wove paper, inscribed with title in ink lower left, and numbered 104 upper right, 10 x 7.7 cm (4 x 3 ins), laid down on old blue paper, mounted - Quantity (1)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • * Nixon (John, 1750-1818). Jonas the Conjurer,
        Jun. 15, 2017

        * Nixon (John, 1750-1818). Jonas the Conjurer,

        Est: £300 - £400

        pencil with grey wash on laid paper, inscribed in ink Jonas the Conjurer to lower margin, and numbered 165 in ink to top right corner, 115 x 75 mm (4.5 x 3 ins), together with At Bermondsey Spa, pen and black ink and grey wash on wove paper, similar size - Quantity (2)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • JOHN NIXON (c.1750-1818)
        Mar. 16, 2017

        JOHN NIXON (c.1750-1818)

        Est: £150 - £250

        JOHN NIXON (c.1750-1818) A country church tower, pen, ink and watercolour, 21 x 11.5cm Prov: Faintly inscribed verso 'Bought for us by Agnew... 27 Nov '79' and also with reference to a Christie's 1979 sale

        Mallams
      • JOHN NIXON (c.1750-1818)
        Mar. 16, 2017

        JOHN NIXON (c.1750-1818)

        Est: £200 - £300

        JOHN NIXON (c.1750-1818) 'A Walking Place Between Oswestry and Shrewsbury', pen, ink and watercolour, 12.5 x 18cm Prov: Faintly inscribed verso 'Bought for us by Agnew... 27 Nov '79' and also with reference to a Christie's 1979 sale

        Mallams
      • JOHN NIXON (c.1750-1818)
        Mar. 16, 2017

        JOHN NIXON (c.1750-1818)

        Est: £200 - £300

        JOHN NIXON (c.1750-1818) 'Lyndhurst, Hants', signed with initials, dated 1791 and titled, pen, ink and watercolour, 14 x 21cm Faintly inscribed with provenance verso 'Bought for us by Agnews.... 27 Nov '79 and also with reference to a Christie's 1979 sale

        Mallams
      • (2) JOHN NIXON (BRITISH, 1750-1818) ETCHINGS - Etchings of a fiddler; paper label on reverse of each; set in modern frame under glassby JJ Gillespie, Pgh PA; Measures: (1) Visible Art - 6''H x 4.25''W, Frame - 15.25''H x 13.25''W; (1) Visible Art -
        Mar. 06, 2016

        (2) JOHN NIXON (BRITISH, 1750-1818) ETCHINGS - Etchings of a fiddler; paper label on reverse of each; set in modern frame under glassby JJ Gillespie, Pgh PA; Measures: (1) Visible Art - 6''H x 4.25''W, Frame - 15.25''H x 13.25''W; (1) Visible Art -

        Est: $200 - $400

        (2) JOHN NIXON (BRITISH, 1750-1818) ETCHINGS - Etchings of a fiddler; paper label on reverse of each; set in modern frame under glassby JJ Gillespie, Pgh PA; Measures: (1) Visible Art - 6''H x 4.25''W, Frame - 15.25''H x 13.25''W; (1) Visible Art - 8.5''H x 6''W, Frame - 15''H x 12.5''W - Condition: Age appropriate wera; All items sold as is.

        Dargate Auction Galleries
      • John Nixon (c.1750-1818) Study of a seated woman reading a book, 4.5 x 3.75in.
        Oct. 22, 2015

        John Nixon (c.1750-1818) Study of a seated woman reading a book, 4.5 x 3.75in.

        Est: £150 - £200

        John Nixon (c.1750-1818) watercolour, Study of a seated woman reading a book, Abbott & Holder label verso, 4.5 x 3.75in.

        Gorringes
      • John Nixon (c.1750-1818) A poor man and his children, Salt Hill 1794, 3.5 x 6in.
        Oct. 22, 2015

        John Nixon (c.1750-1818) A poor man and his children, Salt Hill 1794, 3.5 x 6in.

        Est: £150 - £200

        John Nixon (c.1750-1818) ink and wash, A poor man and his children, Salt Hill 1794, Abbott & Holder label verso, 3.5 x 6in.

        Gorringes
      • Attributed to John Nixon, British c.1750-1818- A lady, tradi
        Jul. 25, 2015

        Attributed to John Nixon, British c.1750-1818- A lady, tradi

        Est: £200 - £250

        Attributed to John Nixon, British c.1750-1818- A lady, traditionally upheld to be Mrs J Whitehead, riding a donkey on the beach, accompanied by a dog; pen, ink and watercolour, 10.1x12.6cm: Follower of John Nixon, British c.1750-1818- Seated woman with a basket of pears; pen, ink and watercolour, bears initials 'JN' and inscription 'Poire d'Angleterre, Poire d'Angleterre' in ink, 14.5x10cm: Follower of John Nixon, British c.1750-1818- ''Killing a Pig, Benson Oxfordshire''; pen, ink and watercolour, bears initials 'JN' and date '95', 9x12.5cm: Follower of John Nixon, British .1750-1818- ''Mr Kinder of Cheapside Linen Drapers''; pen and brown ink over graphite, 7.5x7.7cm: Follower of Thomas Stothard, British 1755-1834- A lady, gentleman and seated dog in a landscape; pen, blue black ink and watercolour heightened with white, 7x6.7cm: together with three other watercolours by separate hands, depicting various subject matter, various sizes, 6.3x3.5cm, 4.5x8.3cm and 4.5x11.5cm, (8)

        Roseberys
      • John Nixon (c. 1750 - 1818), pencil and ink sketch
        Apr. 15, 2015

        John Nixon (c. 1750 - 1818), pencil and ink sketch

        Est: £100 - £150

        John Nixon (c. 1750 - 1818), pencil and ink sketch - A Dandy, bearing Fry of Jermyn Street label verso, in glazed gilt frame, 18cm x 12.5cm. Provenance: Sir Robert Witt and L. G. Duke

        Reeman Dansie
      • John Nixon (c.1750-1818) Co. Wicklow Watercolour, 19.5 x 27.5cm (7¾ x 10¾''
        Apr. 01, 2015

        John Nixon (c.1750-1818) Co. Wicklow Watercolour, 19.5 x 27.5cm (7¾ x 10¾''

        Est: €500 - €700

        John Nixon (c.1750-1818) Co. Wicklow Watercolour, 19.5 x 27.5cm (7¾ x 10¾'') Signed with initials and dated 1791; inscribed 'Co. Wicklow' Provenance: The Bell Gallery, Belfast, where purchased and thence by descent

        Adam's
      • John Nixon, 1750-1818
        Apr. 29, 2014

        John Nixon, 1750-1818

        Est: €500 - €800

        John Nixon, 1750-1818 Plaiskins, near the Giants Causeway, Signed watercolour

        Sheppards
      • Circle of John Nixon [circa 1750-1820]-
        Apr. 29, 2014

        Circle of John Nixon [circa 1750-1820]-

        Est: £200 - £300

        Circle of John Nixon [circa 1750-1820]- Kingfishers, study of three birds within a river landscape:- watercolour 34 x 51cm

        Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood
      • JOHN NIXON (c.1750-1818) Eagle owls at Arundel
        Mar. 12, 2014

        JOHN NIXON (c.1750-1818) Eagle owls at Arundel

        Est: £100 - £150

        JOHN NIXON (c.1750-1818) Eagle owls at Arundel Castle, signed with initials and dated 1807, inscribed 'Drawn Vivam', watercolour, 4 3/4" x 7 1/2"; sold together with a proprietary drawing in watercolour (2) Prov: Christies Tuesday Nov 6th 1973

        Mallams
      • John Nixon (1760-1818) At an Ale House in Fore
        Oct. 17, 2013

        John Nixon (1760-1818) At an Ale House in Fore

        Est: £300 - £500

        John Nixon (1760-1818) At an Ale House in Fore Street, London, watercolour over pen and ink, title inscribed in ink verso, 11 x 8cm (4 3/8 x 3 1/8 in).

        Dreweatts 1759
      • * Nixon (John, c.1750-1818). Landscape with bridge
        Jul. 17, 2013

        * Nixon (John, c.1750-1818). Landscape with bridge

        Est: £150 - £200

        * Nixon (John, c.1750-1818). Landscape with bridge over a river and figures by a tree, pen, ink & watercolour on paper, 164 x 303mm (6.5 x 12ins) framed and glazed with Cyril Fry label to verso. A friend and contemporary of Thomas Rowlandson, whose style his work resembles, John Nixon exhibited at the Royal Academy between 1781 and 1815. The present work was exhibited at the exhibition of John Nixon's work held by Cyril Fry at Gallery 44, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, in June 1999. (1)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • Nixon (John, c.1750-1818). Near Luss, Loch Lomond,
        Feb. 06, 2013

        Nixon (John, c.1750-1818). Near Luss, Loch Lomond,

        Est: £150 - £200

        Nixon (John, c.1750-1818). Near Luss, Loch Lomond, watercolour and pencil, 13 x 24cm (5 x 9.5in), framed & glazed. Provenance: Formerly in the collection of Hospital de la Providence, London. Purchased from Heather Newman Gallery in 1999. (1) Please Note: Buyer's Premium for this lot is 23.40%

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • Nixon (John, c.1750-1818). Man loading a
        Feb. 06, 2013

        Nixon (John, c.1750-1818). Man loading a

        Est: £150 - £200

        Nixon (John, c.1750-1818). Man loading a horse-drawn cart, pen and ink with wash, bears number '53' to right border, 11.5 x 17cm (4.5 x 6.75in), framed & glazed. Provenance: Formerly in the collection of Hospital de la Providence, London. Gallery label of William Drummond to verso. Sold at Dreweatt Neate 6th September, 2000. (1) Please Note: Buyer's Premium for this lot is 23.40%

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • Nixon (John, c.1750-1818). At the French Opera,
        Feb. 06, 2013

        Nixon (John, c.1750-1818). At the French Opera,

        Est: £100 - £150

        Nixon (John, c.1750-1818). At the French Opera, Paris, 1802, pen, ink and wash, depicting a musician playing a cello, captioned, artist monogram and date to lower right, 12 x 9.7cm (4.75 x 3.75ins), framed and glazed (1) Please Note: Buyer's Premium for this lot is 23.40%

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • John Nixon (1760-1818) - a collection of 45 album pages - pen, ink & watercolour
        Oct. 25, 2012

        John Nixon (1760-1818) - a collection of 45 album pages - pen, ink & watercolour

        Est: £1,500 - £2,500

        John Nixon (1760-1818) pen, ink and watercolour, a collection of 45 loose album pages with caricature studies, topographical and architectural scenes, etc, all numbered, many titled and inscribed, sixteen signed or initialled and dated, largest 7.5 x 9in.

        Gorringes
      • John Nixon (c.1750-1818) THREE FIGURES HUDDLED IN
        Apr. 24, 2012

        John Nixon (c.1750-1818) THREE FIGURES HUDDLED IN

        Est: £300 - £500

        John Nixon (c.1750-1818) THREE FIGURES HUDDLED IN A CHURCH INTERIOR Signed and dated 1782 l.l., pen and ink and watercolour 20 x 14cm; THE MARKET AT CHESTER Signed, inscribed and dated 1787 l.r., pen and ink and grey wash 9 x 17cm; 'A SCOTCH PREACHER, GLASGOW' Signed and dated 1792 l.r., and inscribed at length, pen and ink and grey washes 19 x 15cm; and another STUDY OF A MAN IN PROFILE, HALF LENGTH Pen and ink and grey washes 8 x 5cm (4)

        Sworders
      • John Nixon, Irish c.1750-1818- Gentlemen in an
        Dec. 13, 2011

        John Nixon, Irish c.1750-1818- Gentlemen in an

        Est: £200 - £300

        John Nixon, Irish c.1750-1818- Gentlemen in an interior scene with dog, and a smaller sketch of a dog on the same sheet; pen and ink wash on laid, signed with monogram and dated 1787, 10.3x16cm

        Roseberys
      • Painting by John Nixon (c.1750-1818)
        Sep. 28, 2011

        Painting by John Nixon (c.1750-1818)

        Est: £150 - £250

        Painting by John Nixon (c.1750-1818)

        Woolley & Wallis
      • John Nixon - the Brighton Coach at Kennington
        Mar. 24, 2011

        John Nixon - the Brighton Coach at Kennington

        Est: £300 - £500

        John Nixon (British, 1750-1818) Kennington - the Brighton Coach Preparing to Leave the Horns Tavern, Kennington Common pen, ink and watercolour h:12 w:18 cm

        Cheffins
      • John Nixon (1750-1818)
        Feb. 22, 2011

        John Nixon (1750-1818)

        Est: £300 - £500

        John Nixon (1750-1818) A young lady seated at her desk writing pencil, pen and grey ink and watercolour 4¼ x 3¼ in. (10.8 x 8.3 cm.)

        Christie's
      • John Nixon (London 1750-1818)
        Dec. 09, 2010

        John Nixon (London 1750-1818)

        Est: £800 - £1,200

        John Nixon (London 1750-1818) Modern education signed and dated 'John Nixon fec.υt 1786' (lower right) and with inscription 'Modern Education' (lower left) pencil, pen and ink and watercolour 9 5/8 x 11¼ in. (24.5 x 28.5 cm.)

        Christie's
      • John Nixon (c.1750-1818)
        Nov. 10, 2010

        John Nixon (c.1750-1818)

        Est: £600 - £800

        John Nixon (c.1750-1818) Conversation round the punch bowl (illustrated); Figures in a coffee house; and Taking tea all signed and dated 'JN:1786' (lower right) and the second inscribed 'London Coffee House' (lower right) pen and black ink and watercolour 7½ x 4¾ in. (19 x 12.1 cm.); and smaller (3)

        Christie's
      • John Nixon (c.1750-1818)
        Nov. 10, 2010

        John Nixon (c.1750-1818)

        Est: £600 - £800

        John Nixon (c.1750-1818) The Morning Toilette (illustrated); Study of Judge Cator; and Conversation after supper the first signed and dated 'JN:1787' (lower right) and inscribed 'Revυd Robert Nixon. .Richυd. Nixon./At Fools Gray. Kent.' (lower centre); the second signed and dated 'JN 86' (lower right) and inscribed 'Cator. Esaυr... King's Arms Council./Newgate Street./LONDON' (lower centre); the third signed and dated 'JN:1786' (lower right) and inscribed 'Conversation after Supper.' (lower centre) pencil, pen and black ink and watercolour 4 1/8 x 5¾ in. (10.5 x 14.6 cm.); and smaller (3)

        Christie's
      • John Nixon (c.1750-1818)
        Nov. 10, 2010

        John Nixon (c.1750-1818)

        Est: £300 - £500

        John Nixon (c.1750-1818) A coastal town viewed from the sea (illustrated); and View of the cliffs the first signed with initials 'J N' (lower left); the second signed and dated 'JN/1811' (lower left) pencil and watercolour 3¾ x 6 1/8 in. (9.5 x 15.5 cm.) a pair (2)

        Christie's
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