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    • Owen, Portrait Of Gentleman O/C
      May. 23, 2023

      Owen, Portrait Of Gentleman O/C

      Est: $700 - $900

      attributed to William Owen (1769-1825) with named plaque. Frame size: 31 1/4" high, 27 1/4" wide. Repairs, appears relined.

      Schwenke Auctioneers
    • William Owen (UK,1769-1825) oil painting antique
      May. 14, 2023

      William Owen (UK,1769-1825) oil painting antique

      Est: $3,000 - $3,900

      ARTIST: William Owen (British, 1769 - 1825) NAME: Portrait of Girl MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Relined. Few small paint losses mostly along upper edge. Minor craquelure. Few small scattered inpaitings. Some damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 30 x 22 1/2 inches / 76 x 58 cm FRAME SIZE: 36 x 28 inches / 91 x 71 cm SIGNATURE: unsigned PROVENANCE: Frost & Reed Gallery, London (has gallery label) CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120695 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: William Owen RA was an English portrait painter known for his portraits of society figures such as Pitt the Younger and George, Prince of Wales (later King George IV).William Owen was born at 13 Broad Street, Ludlow, Shropshire in 1769 and was baptised on 3 November in Ludlow Parish Church. Owen's father, Jeremiah Owen, had trained for the church but instead chose to follow in his father's profession and took over the family barber shop which he later expanded into a stationary and bookshop. Owen found his talent at a young age, and would frequently be found sketching the scenery of his surrounding area, his first identifiable work being a drawing of Ludlow Castle, which is thought to have been given to Margaret Maskelyne, Lady Clive.In 1786 Owen moved to London, where he was apprenticed to the coach painter Charles Cotton, RA (1728-1798). This position was most likely arranged by his uncle, who was butler to the scholar and art theorist Richard Payne Knight, who lived near Ludlow. It appears that Owen was drawn to figure painting from the outset, and after copying a portrait by Sir Joshua Reynolds of the much admired actress Mary Robinson (better known as 'Perdita'), he was sent on the recommendation of Reynolds to the Royal Academy Schools in 1791.By 1797 Owen was working as a studio assistant to John Hoppner, who by this point was struggling to keep up with the demand for copies of his portraits. Owen was clearly also experiencing some success in his own right, for in the same year he painted Lener, along with her younger sister, and exhibited the portrait at Somerset House - the then location of Royal Academy exhibitions, receiving a great deal of praise and encouragement. Owen married Lener later that year on 2 December and their son William was born soon after.In 1800 Owen and his family moved to Pimlico, although choosing to maintain his recently acquired studio at No.51 Leicester Square, next door to the house in which Sir Joshua Reynolds lived. This remained Owen's studio until he became too ill and moved out in 1818. The year 1797/8 was perhaps the most significant in Owen's career as a painter; in 1797 he painted the then Prime Minister William Pitt the Younger which he exhibited the following year along with a portrait of the Lord Chancellor Alexander Wedderburn.In 1810 following the death of John Hoppner, Owen was appointed portrait painter to the Prince of Wales, later George IV (1762-1830). Unfortunately the prince never gave a sitting and instead Owen had to rely on a number of head sketches by his predecessor Hoppner to create a likeness. In 1813 Owen was offered a knighthood however he declined.In 1818 Owen left his house in Pimlico and his studio in Leicester Square and moved to Bruton Street, most probably due to his slowly decreasing health, his eagerness however remained unscathed and he exhibited eight works at the Royal Academy the following year. In 1819 Owen travelled to Bath to meet a respectable man of medicine named Mr Hicks, however this seemed to have no positive effect and he soon returned to London. By 1820 Owen was confined to his bed where, with the exception of a brief six months spent in Chelsea towards the end of 1824, he remained until his death five years later.In 1825 Owen died after being accidentally poisoned by an overdose of 'Barclay's Drops' - a mixture of aniseed, camphor and opium. Owen was very ill at the time, being confined to his bedroom and unable to move his limbs, relying on a draught medicine to aid his recovery. When the draught ran out his cook was sent to fetch another bottle, along with a bottle of Barclay's Drops, however the chemist labelled the two bottles wrongly and as a result Owen took a fatal dose of the opium-based medicine, dying hours later. At the inquest on 13 March 1825 the following verdict was reached by the jury:That the deceased, Mr. Wm. Owen, Esq,. died from taking a large quantity of Barclays drops; the bottle containing that liquid having been negligently and incautiously labelled, by the person who prepared the medicine as an opening draught, such as the said Mr. Owen had been in the habit of taking and that we understand the above lamented mistake took place at the house of Mr. Smith, a chymist and druggist in the Haymarket.Owen was buried on 19 March 1825 at Saint Luke's, Chelsea, in a private ceremony attended by family and close friends, including Sir Thomas Lawrence, Sir Richard Westmacott, Thomas Phillips and 'Thompson' - most probably Thomas Clement Thompson.

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    • WILLIAM OWEN (1769-1825) PORTRAIT MINIATURE
      May. 07, 2023

      WILLIAM OWEN (1769-1825) PORTRAIT MINIATURE

      Est: $450 - $550

      Antique Watercolor Gouache Portrait Miniature by William Owen (English, 1769-1825). In Frame measures 4.75"x5.75". Weight 5.1 oz. PROVENANCE: The Audubon Gallery, King Street, Charleston SC

      Charleston Estate Auctions
    • William Owen (UK,1769-1825) oil painting antique
      Feb. 12, 2023

      William Owen (UK,1769-1825) oil painting antique

      Est: $3,100 - $4,000

      ARTIST: William Owen (British, 1769 - 1825) NAME: Portrait of Girl MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Relined. Few small paint losses mostly along upper edge. Minor craquelure. Few small scattered inpaitings. Some damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 30 x 22 1/2 inches / 76 x 58 cm FRAME SIZE: 36 x 28 inches / 91 x 71 cm SIGNATURE: unsigned PROVENANCE: Frost & Reed Gallery, London (has gallery label) CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120695 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: William Owen RA was an English portrait painter known for his portraits of society figures such as Pitt the Younger and George, Prince of Wales (later King George IV).William Owen was born at 13 Broad Street, Ludlow, Shropshire in 1769 and was baptised on 3 November in Ludlow Parish Church. Owen's father, Jeremiah Owen, had trained for the church but instead chose to follow in his father's profession and took over the family barber shop which he later expanded into a stationary and bookshop. Owen found his talent at a young age, and would frequently be found sketching the scenery of his surrounding area, his first identifiable work being a drawing of Ludlow Castle, which is thought to have been given to Margaret Maskelyne, Lady Clive.In 1786 Owen moved to London, where he was apprenticed to the coach painter Charles Cotton, RA (1728-1798). This position was most likely arranged by his uncle, who was butler to the scholar and art theorist Richard Payne Knight, who lived near Ludlow. It appears that Owen was drawn to figure painting from the outset, and after copying a portrait by Sir Joshua Reynolds of the much admired actress Mary Robinson (better known as 'Perdita'), he was sent on the recommendation of Reynolds to the Royal Academy Schools in 1791.By 1797 Owen was working as a studio assistant to John Hoppner, who by this point was struggling to keep up with the demand for copies of his portraits. Owen was clearly also experiencing some success in his own right, for in the same year he painted Lener, along with her younger sister, and exhibited the portrait at Somerset House - the then location of Royal Academy exhibitions, receiving a great deal of praise and encouragement. Owen married Lener later that year on 2 December and their son William was born soon after.In 1800 Owen and his family moved to Pimlico, although choosing to maintain his recently acquired studio at No.51 Leicester Square, next door to the house in which Sir Joshua Reynolds lived. This remained Owen's studio until he became too ill and moved out in 1818. The year 1797/8 was perhaps the most significant in Owen's career as a painter; in 1797 he painted the then Prime Minister William Pitt the Younger which he exhibited the following year along with a portrait of the Lord Chancellor Alexander Wedderburn.In 1810 following the death of John Hoppner, Owen was appointed portrait painter to the Prince of Wales, later George IV (1762-1830). Unfortunately the prince never gave a sitting and instead Owen had to rely on a number of head sketches by his predecessor Hoppner to create a likeness. In 1813 Owen was offered a knighthood however he declined.In 1818 Owen left his house in Pimlico and his studio in Leicester Square and moved to Bruton Street, most probably due to his slowly decreasing health, his eagerness however remained unscathed and he exhibited eight works at the Royal Academy the following year. In 1819 Owen travelled to Bath to meet a respectable man of medicine named Mr Hicks, however this seemed to have no positive effect and he soon returned to London. By 1820 Owen was confined to his bed where, with the exception of a brief six months spent in Chelsea towards the end of 1824, he remained until his death five years later.In 1825 Owen died after being accidentally poisoned by an overdose of 'Barclay's Drops' - a mixture of aniseed, camphor and opium. Owen was very ill at the time, being confined to his bedroom and unable to move his limbs, relying on a draught medicine to aid his recovery. When the draught ran out his cook was sent to fetch another bottle, along with a bottle of Barclay's Drops, however the chemist labelled the two bottles wrongly and as a result Owen took a fatal dose of the opium-based medicine, dying hours later. At the inquest on 13 March 1825 the following verdict was reached by the jury:That the deceased, Mr. Wm. Owen, Esq,. died from taking a large quantity of Barclays drops; the bottle containing that liquid having been negligently and incautiously labelled, by the person who prepared the medicine as an opening draught, such as the said Mr. Owen had been in the habit of taking and that we understand the above lamented mistake took place at the house of Mr. Smith, a chymist and druggist in the Haymarket.Owen was buried on 19 March 1825 at Saint Luke's, Chelsea, in a private ceremony attended by family and close friends, including Sir Thomas Lawrence, Sir Richard Westmacott, Thomas Phillips and 'Thompson' - most probably Thomas Clement Thompson.

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    • William Owen (UK,1769-1825) oil painting antique
      Nov. 13, 2022

      William Owen (UK,1769-1825) oil painting antique

      Est: $3,200 - $4,000

      ARTIST: William Owen (British, 1769 - 1825) NAME: Portrait of Girl MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Relined. Few small paint losses mostly along upper edge. Minor craquelure. Few small scattered inpaitings. Some damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 30 x 22 1/2 inches / 76 x 58 cm FRAME SIZE: 36 x 28 inches / 91 x 71 cm SIGNATURE: unsigned PROVENANCE: Frost & Reed Gallery, London (has gallery label) CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120695 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: William Owen RA was an English portrait painter known for his portraits of society figures such as Pitt the Younger and George, Prince of Wales (later King George IV).William Owen was born at 13 Broad Street, Ludlow, Shropshire in 1769 and was baptised on 3 November in Ludlow Parish Church. Owen's father, Jeremiah Owen, had trained for the church but instead chose to follow in his father's profession and took over the family barber shop which he later expanded into a stationary and bookshop. Owen found his talent at a young age, and would frequently be found sketching the scenery of his surrounding area, his first identifiable work being a drawing of Ludlow Castle, which is thought to have been given to Margaret Maskelyne, Lady Clive.In 1786 Owen moved to London, where he was apprenticed to the coach painter Charles Cotton, RA (1728-1798). This position was most likely arranged by his uncle, who was butler to the scholar and art theorist Richard Payne Knight, who lived near Ludlow. It appears that Owen was drawn to figure painting from the outset, and after copying a portrait by Sir Joshua Reynolds of the much admired actress Mary Robinson (better known as 'Perdita'), he was sent on the recommendation of Reynolds to the Royal Academy Schools in 1791.By 1797 Owen was working as a studio assistant to John Hoppner, who by this point was struggling to keep up with the demand for copies of his portraits. Owen was clearly also experiencing some success in his own right, for in the same year he painted Lener, along with her younger sister, and exhibited the portrait at Somerset House - the then location of Royal Academy exhibitions, receiving a great deal of praise and encouragement. Owen married Lener later that year on 2 December and their son William was born soon after.In 1800 Owen and his family moved to Pimlico, although choosing to maintain his recently acquired studio at No.51 Leicester Square, next door to the house in which Sir Joshua Reynolds lived. This remained Owen's studio until he became too ill and moved out in 1818. The year 1797/8 was perhaps the most significant in Owen's career as a painter; in 1797 he painted the then Prime Minister William Pitt the Younger which he exhibited the following year along with a portrait of the Lord Chancellor Alexander Wedderburn.In 1810 following the death of John Hoppner, Owen was appointed portrait painter to the Prince of Wales, later George IV (1762-1830). Unfortunately the prince never gave a sitting and instead Owen had to rely on a number of head sketches by his predecessor Hoppner to create a likeness. In 1813 Owen was offered a knighthood however he declined.In 1818 Owen left his house in Pimlico and his studio in Leicester Square and moved to Bruton Street, most probably due to his slowly decreasing health, his eagerness however remained unscathed and he exhibited eight works at the Royal Academy the following year. In 1819 Owen travelled to Bath to meet a respectable man of medicine named Mr Hicks, however this seemed to have no positive effect and he soon returned to London. By 1820 Owen was confined to his bed where, with the exception of a brief six months spent in Chelsea towards the end of 1824, he remained until his death five years later.In 1825 Owen died after being accidentally poisoned by an overdose of 'Barclay's Drops' - a mixture of aniseed, camphor and opium. Owen was very ill at the time, being confined to his bedroom and unable to move his limbs, relying on a draught medicine to aid his recovery. When the draught ran out his cook was sent to fetch another bottle, along with a bottle of Barclay's Drops, however the chemist labelled the two bottles wrongly and as a result Owen took a fatal dose of the opium-based medicine, dying hours later. At the inquest on 13 March 1825 the following verdict was reached by the jury:That the deceased, Mr. Wm. Owen, Esq,. died from taking a large quantity of Barclays drops; the bottle containing that liquid having been negligently and incautiously labelled, by the person who prepared the medicine as an opening draught, such as the said Mr. Owen had been in the habit of taking and that we understand the above lamented mistake took place at the house of Mr. Smith, a chymist and druggist in the Haymarket.Owen was buried on 19 March 1825 at Saint Luke's, Chelsea, in a private ceremony attended by family and close friends, including Sir Thomas Lawrence, Sir Richard Westmacott, Thomas Phillips and 'Thompson' - most probably Thomas Clement Thompson.

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    • William Owen (UK,1769-1825) oil painting antique
      Aug. 21, 2022

      William Owen (UK,1769-1825) oil painting antique

      Est: $3,200 - $4,000

      ARTIST: William Owen (British, 1769 - 1825) NAME: Portrait of Girl MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Relined. Few small paint losses mostly along upper edge. Minor craquelure. Few small scattered inpaitings. Some damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 30 x 22 1/2 inches / 76 x 58 cm FRAME SIZE: 36 x 28 inches / 91 x 71 cm SIGNATURE: unsigned PROVENANCE: Frost & Reed Gallery, London (has gallery label) CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120695 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: William Owen RA was an English portrait painter known for his portraits of society figures such as Pitt the Younger and George, Prince of Wales (later King George IV).William Owen was born at 13 Broad Street, Ludlow, Shropshire in 1769 and was baptised on 3 November in Ludlow Parish Church. Owen's father, Jeremiah Owen, had trained for the church but instead chose to follow in his father's profession and took over the family barber shop which he later expanded into a stationary and bookshop. Owen found his talent at a young age, and would frequently be found sketching the scenery of his surrounding area, his first identifiable work being a drawing of Ludlow Castle, which is thought to have been given to Margaret Maskelyne, Lady Clive.In 1786 Owen moved to London, where he was apprenticed to the coach painter Charles Cotton, RA (1728-1798). This position was most likely arranged by his uncle, who was butler to the scholar and art theorist Richard Payne Knight, who lived near Ludlow. It appears that Owen was drawn to figure painting from the outset, and after copying a portrait by Sir Joshua Reynolds of the much admired actress Mary Robinson (better known as 'Perdita'), he was sent on the recommendation of Reynolds to the Royal Academy Schools in 1791.By 1797 Owen was working as a studio assistant to John Hoppner, who by this point was struggling to keep up with the demand for copies of his portraits. Owen was clearly also experiencing some success in his own right, for in the same year he painted Lener, along with her younger sister, and exhibited the portrait at Somerset House - the then location of Royal Academy exhibitions, receiving a great deal of praise and encouragement. Owen married Lener later that year on 2 December and their son William was born soon after.In 1800 Owen and his family moved to Pimlico, although choosing to maintain his recently acquired studio at No.51 Leicester Square, next door to the house in which Sir Joshua Reynolds lived. This remained Owen's studio until he became too ill and moved out in 1818. The year 1797/8 was perhaps the most significant in Owen's career as a painter; in 1797 he painted the then Prime Minister William Pitt the Younger which he exhibited the following year along with a portrait of the Lord Chancellor Alexander Wedderburn.In 1810 following the death of John Hoppner, Owen was appointed portrait painter to the Prince of Wales, later George IV (1762-1830). Unfortunately the prince never gave a sitting and instead Owen had to rely on a number of head sketches by his predecessor Hoppner to create a likeness. In 1813 Owen was offered a knighthood however he declined.In 1818 Owen left his house in Pimlico and his studio in Leicester Square and moved to Bruton Street, most probably due to his slowly decreasing health, his eagerness however remained unscathed and he exhibited eight works at the Royal Academy the following year. In 1819 Owen travelled to Bath to meet a respectable man of medicine named Mr Hicks, however this seemed to have no positive effect and he soon returned to London. By 1820 Owen was confined to his bed where, with the exception of a brief six months spent in Chelsea towards the end of 1824, he remained until his death five years later.In 1825 Owen died after being accidentally poisoned by an overdose of 'Barclay's Drops' - a mixture of aniseed, camphor and opium. Owen was very ill at the time, being confined to his bedroom and unable to move his limbs, relying on a draught medicine to aid his recovery. When the draught ran out his cook was sent to fetch another bottle, along with a bottle of Barclay's Drops, however the chemist labelled the two bottles wrongly and as a result Owen took a fatal dose of the opium-based medicine, dying hours later. At the inquest on 13 March 1825 the following verdict was reached by the jury:That the deceased, Mr. Wm. Owen, Esq,. died from taking a large quantity of Barclays drops; the bottle containing that liquid having been negligently and incautiously labelled, by the person who prepared the medicine as an opening draught, such as the said Mr. Owen had been in the habit of taking and that we understand the above lamented mistake took place at the house of Mr. Smith, a chymist and druggist in the Haymarket.Owen was buried on 19 March 1825 at Saint Luke's, Chelsea, in a private ceremony attended by family and close friends, including Sir Thomas Lawrence, Sir Richard Westmacott, Thomas Phillips and 'Thompson' - most probably Thomas Clement Thompson.

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    • WILLIAM OWEN (BRITISH, RA 1769-25) OIL ON CANVAS, H 30" W 23" PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY IN A LARGE HAT
      Jan. 21, 2022

      WILLIAM OWEN (BRITISH, RA 1769-25) OIL ON CANVAS, H 30" W 23" PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY IN A LARGE HAT

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Frost and Reed label. Member of the Royal Academy. Framed Measurements H 36" W 28.25"

      DuMouchelles
    • After William Owen, Britain (1769-1825), The Fortune Teller, Colour mezzotint eng. C Turner
      Nov. 14, 2021

      After William Owen, Britain (1769-1825), The Fortune Teller, Colour mezzotint eng. C Turner

      Est: $80 - $120

      After William Owen Britain, (1769-1825) The Fortune Teller Colour mezzotint eng. C Turner

      Theodore Bruce
    • WILLIAM OWEN - Elizabeth Laura Henrietta
      Oct. 26, 2021

      WILLIAM OWEN - Elizabeth Laura Henrietta

      Est: €120 - €180

      WILLIAM OWEN pinxit United Kingdom 1769 - 1825 HENRY HOPPNER MEYER sculpit of United Kingdom 1780 - 1847 Elizabeth Laura Henrietta Mezzotint Signed and titled Dimensions 350 x 250 mm plate

      Subastas Segre
    • William Owen Portrait of William Ayrton Oil on Canvas
      Jul. 28, 2021

      William Owen Portrait of William Ayrton Oil on Canvas

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      William Owen (British, 1769-1825). Oil on canvas portrait of William Ayrton (1777-1858), the prominent English composer and music critic. Ayrton is depicted gazing out at the viewer in a fashionable cravat and high collar. A gallery label from the Plaza Art Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri, is affixed to the frame verso.

      Revere Auctions
    • William Owen (English, 1769-1825) Rare Pair of Portrait Miniatures: William Compton and Mary Evans Compton
      Apr. 27, 2021

      William Owen (English, 1769-1825) Rare Pair of Portrait Miniatures: William Compton and Mary Evans Compton

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      William Owen (English, 1769-1825) Rare Pair of Portrait Miniatures: William Compton and Mary Evans Compton Each bearing printed labels of artist on verso, the names of sitters hand-written, matching ebonized wood frames. (3 in. x 2  7/16in. (sight)) Provenance Property of an estate. Elle Shushan, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2010. Footnote: Note These may be the only known examples of Owen's work. Condition report: Miniature of Mary has a veritcal hairline crack.

      Freeman's
    • WILLIAM OWEN (BRITISH, 1769-1825) : Cowes Castle
      Nov. 24, 2020

      WILLIAM OWEN (BRITISH, 1769-1825) : Cowes Castle

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      WILLIAM OWEN (BRITISH, 1769-1825) : Cowes Castle WILLIAM OWEN (BRITISH, 1769-1825) Cowes Castle Signed 'W. Owen' (lower left) and inscribed 'Cowes Castle' (lower right on rock) Watercolour over pen and ink 6½ x 8½in. (16.5 x 21.5cm.)

      Charles Miller Ltd
    • WILLIAM OWEN. Attributed to. A young woman.
      Jun. 25, 2020

      WILLIAM OWEN. Attributed to. A young woman.

      Est: €6,000 - €7,000

      Oil on canvas 123x95 cm.

      Balclis
    • William Owen (British, 1769-1825) Portrait of Sophie Hutchins Calcott Oil Painting
      Nov. 20, 2019

      William Owen (British, 1769-1825) Portrait of Sophie Hutchins Calcott Oil Painting

      Est: $3,000 - $6,000

      William Owen, attributed to (British, United Kingdom, 1769-1825) Portrait of Sophie Hutchins Calcott Circa 1815-1820 Inscribed on verso Oil on canvas Canvas: 30 in. x 25 in.; Frame: 36 7/8 in. x 32 in. Condition: Good condition. For inquiries, condition report and additional images please email [email protected] Provenance: Christies Sale, March 6th 1914, anonymous seller; Park Bernet Galleries, New York, Nov. 3, 1967, lot 80; John and Johanna Bass Collection; Bass Museum of Art after 1979. Literature: The John and Johanna Bass Collection, Miami Beach, FL, 1973, no. 257.; Paintings and Textiles of the Bass Museum of Art, Russell, Margarita, Miami Beach, FL, 1990, p. 64-65. Museum Inventory No. 1979.257 Collection of the Bass Museum of Art - Miami Beach, Florida. Proceeds to benefit the John and Johanna Bass Acquisitions Fund. Shipping: Hill Auction Gallery will not ship. Gallery will refer professional third party shippers for USA Domestic and International buyers. Purchaser pick up available upon request.

      Hill Auction Gallery
    • William Owen. "Girl Gathering Roses"
      Oct. 19, 2019

      William Owen. "Girl Gathering Roses"

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      (British, 1769-1825). Oil on canvas, unsigned, N. Mitchell Fine Art Gallery authentication label signed by N. Mitchell on verso, 28 3/4 x 23 1/4 in., framed. Lot includes binder with provenance informationfurnished by the consignor.

      Alex Cooper
    • Circle of William Owen (Ludlow 1769-1825 London) Portrait of Master and Miss Hunter in a landscape
      Oct. 08, 2019

      Circle of William Owen (Ludlow 1769-1825 London) Portrait of Master and Miss Hunter in a landscape

      Est: £1,000 - £2,000

      Circle of William Owen (Ludlow 1769-1825 London) Portrait of Master and Miss Hunter in a landscape oil on canvas 91.2 x 72.3cm (35 7/8 x 28 7/16in). For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

      Bonhams
    • William Owen. "Girl Gathering Roses"
      Sep. 14, 2019

      William Owen. "Girl Gathering Roses"

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      (British, 1769-1825). Oil on canvas, unsigned, N. Mitchell Fine Art Gallery authentication label signed by N. Mitchell on verso, 28 3/4 x 23 1/4 in., framed. Lot includes binder with provenance information furnished by the consignor.

      Alex Cooper
    • William B. Owen Jr. Abstract Painting -'Involvement'
      May. 18, 2019

      William B. Owen Jr. Abstract Painting -'Involvement'

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Mid-century modern abstract oil painting by American artist William Bishop Owen Jr. Titled 'Involvement' Date: 1950s Medium: Oil on canvas Measures: 29.25 inches x 36.25 inches x 1.25 inches overall including frame.Notes: Housed in a vintage frame Provenance: This works comes from a collection of paintings by the artist that were held by the artist's family since the last exhibition of the artist's work, a retrospective held in Santa Fe in 1972. About the artist: William Bishop Owen Jr., (1895-1963), was born outside Chicago, Ill, in 1895. His love of art took him to the nearby Chicago Art Institute to study painting, then to the Woodstock School of Art in New York where he won 1st prize for painting at the age of 19. Soon after, back at the Chicago Art Institute, Owen won the esteemed Butler Prize in 1921, the Eisendrath Prize in 1923, and the Thompson Prize in 1925. Continually fascinated with painting and its possibilities Owen studied art history while also studying with prominent artists of his time, including with Robert Henri, John Sloane and George Bellows in New York, and in Paris with internationally renown artist Andre L’Hote. During the depression Owen joined other prominent artists working with the Works Progress Administration in New York. Winning much critical acclaim for his paintings early in life afforded Owen a teaching job wherever he chose to travel, which he used to fulfill his desire for change. From his late teens until his passing in 1963 Owen lived, studied, painted and taught in Chicago, New York, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Virginia, Wyoming, Massachusetts, France, Spain, Corsica and Majorca.

      The Modern Art Exchange
    • William B. Owen Jr. Abstract Painting -'Three Pears'
      May. 18, 2019

      William B. Owen Jr. Abstract Painting -'Three Pears'

      Est: $750 - $1,000

      William Bishop Owen Jr. American (1895-1963). Titled 'Three Pears' Oil on stretched canvas Dated 1950 Measures 29.55" x 24.5" x .75" overall Notes: Signed lower right, and signed, titled and dated verso. Unframed. About the artist: William Owen was a Chicago area artist to begin his long career.. During the early 1920's William exhibited at various shows at the Art Institute winning the Butler Prize in 1921, the Eisendrath Prize in 1923, and the Thompson Prize in 1925. William participated in the WPA in New York in the 1930's. He thought art at the Chicago Art Institute, and later at the University of Virginia, Hollins College and Randolph Macon's Woman's College at Lynchburg, while still pursuing his own art. William died in 1963 and this painting, as well as many others, have been held in the collection of the family ever since.

      The Modern Art Exchange
    • William B. Owen Jr. Abstract Painting -'Les Voiles'
      May. 18, 2019

      William B. Owen Jr. Abstract Painting -'Les Voiles'

      Est: $750 - $1,500

      Abstract oil painting on canvas by William Bishop Owen. Titled 'Les Voiles' c.1950 Oil on stretched canvas Measures 15.5" x 31.5" sight size, and 17" x 33" x 2" overall including framing. Notes: from a collection of work that had been in storage since last exhibited in 1972.

      The Modern Art Exchange
    • William Bishop Owen Abstract Oil Painting 'Terra Cotta'
      May. 18, 2019

      William Bishop Owen Abstract Oil Painting 'Terra Cotta'

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Mid-century abstract oil painting by William Bishop Owen Jr. Title: 'Terra Cotta' Date: 1950s Medium: Oil on canvas Measurements: 20.5 inches by 31.5 inches sight size, and 22.25 inches by 33.25 inches by 2 inches overall including framing. Notes: Framed in a vintage wood frame. Provenance: From the collection of a family member of the artist. About the artist: William Bishop Owen Jr., (1895-1963), was born outside Chicago, Ill, in 1895. His love of art took him to the nearby Chicago Art Institute to study painting, then to the Woodstock School of Art in New York where he won 1st prize for painting at the age of 19. Soon after, back at the Chicago Art Institute, Owen won the esteemed Butler Prize in 1921, the Eisendrath Prize in 1923, and the Thompson Prize in 1925. Continually fascinated with painting and its possibilities Owen studied art history while also studying with prominent artists of his time, including with Robert Henri, John Sloane and George Bellows in New York, and in Paris with internationally renown artist Andre L’Hote. During the depression Owen joined other prominent artists working with the Works Progress Administration in New York. Winning much critical acclaim for his paintings early in life afforded Owen a teaching job wherever he chose to travel, which he used to fulfill his desire for change. From his late teens until his passing in 1963 Owen lived, studied, painted and taught in Chicago, New York, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Virginia, Wyoming, Massachusetts, France, Spain, Corsica and Majorca.

      The Modern Art Exchange
    • William B. Owen Jr. Abstraction 'Enchanted Cavern'
      May. 18, 2019

      William B. Owen Jr. Abstraction 'Enchanted Cavern'

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Mid-century modern abstract oil painting by American artist William Bishop Owen Jr. This works comes from a collection of paintings by the artist that were held by the artist's family since the last exhibition of the artist's work, a retrospective held in Santa Fe in 1972. Title: 'Enchanted Cavern' Date: 1950s Medium: Oil on canvas Measures: 18.5 inches x 27.5 inches sight size, and 20.5 inches x 29.5 inches x 2 inches overall including frame. Notes: Housed in a vintage frame Provenance: From the collection of a family member of the artist. About the artist: William Bishop Owen Jr., (1895-1963), was born outside Chicago, Ill, in 1895. His love of art took him to the nearby Chicago Art Institute to study painting, then to the Woodstock School of Art in New York where he won 1st prize for painting at the age of 19. Soon after, back at the Chicago Art Institute, Owen won the esteemed Butler Prize in 1921, the Eisendrath Prize in 1923, and the Thompson Prize in 1925. Continually fascinated with painting and its possibilities Owen studied art history while also studying with prominent artists of his time, including with Robert Henri, John Sloane and George Bellows in New York, and in Paris with internationally renown artist Andre L’Hote. During the depression Owen joined other prominent artists working with the Works Progress Administration in New York. Winning much critical acclaim for his paintings early in life afforded Owen a teaching job wherever he chose to travel, which he used to fulfill his desire for change. From his late teens until his passing in 1963 Owen lived, studied, painted and taught in Chicago, New York, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Virginia, Wyoming, Massachusetts, France, Spain, Corsica and Majorca.

      The Modern Art Exchange
    • William B. Owen Jr. Abstraction 'Marine Fantasy'
      May. 18, 2019

      William B. Owen Jr. Abstraction 'Marine Fantasy'

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Mid-century modern abstract oil painting by American artist William Bishop Owen Jr. This works comes from a collection of paintings by the artist that were held by the artist's family since the last exhibition of the artist's work, a retrospective held in Santa Fe in 1972. Title: 'Marine Fantasy' Date: 1950s Medium: Oil on canvas Measures: 20.25 inches x 26.25 inches sight size, and 22 inches x 28 inches x 2 inches overall including frame. Notes: Housed in a vintage frame Provenance: From the collection of a family member of the artist. About the artist: William Bishop Owen Jr., (1895-1963), was born outside Chicago, Ill, in 1895. His love of art took him to the nearby Chicago Art Institute to study painting, then to the Woodstock School of Art in New York where he won 1st prize for painting at the age of 19. Soon after, back at the Chicago Art Institute, Owen won the esteemed Butler Prize in 1921, the Eisendrath Prize in 1923, and the Thompson Prize in 1925. Continually fascinated with painting and its possibilities Owen studied art history while also studying with prominent artists of his time, including with Robert Henri, John Sloane and George Bellows in New York, and in Paris with internationally renown artist Andre L’Hote. During the depression Owen joined other prominent artists working with the Works Progress Administration in New York. Winning much critical acclaim for his paintings early in life afforded Owen a teaching job wherever he chose to travel, which he used to fulfill his desire for change. From his late teens until his passing in 1963 Owen lived, studied, painted and taught in Chicago, New York, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Virginia, Wyoming, Massachusetts, France, Spain, Corsica and Majorca.

      The Modern Art Exchange
    • William B. Owen Jr. Abstraction - 'Chinoiserie'
      May. 18, 2019

      William B. Owen Jr. Abstraction - 'Chinoiserie'

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Mid-century modern abstract oil painting by American artist William Bishop Owen Jr. This works comes from a collection of paintings by the artist that were held by the artist's family since the last exhibition of the artist's work, a retrospective held in Santa Fe in 1972. Title: 'Chinoiserie' Date: 1950s Medium: Oil on canvas Measures: 26.5 inches x 20.5 inches sight size, and 28 inches x 22,5 inches x 1.5 inches overall including frame. Notes: Housed in a vintage frame Provenance: From the collection of a family member of the artist. About the artist: William Bishop Owen Jr., (1895-1963), was born outside Chicago, Ill, in 1895. His love of art took him to the nearby Chicago Art Institute to study painting, then to the Woodstock School of Art in New York where he won 1st prize for painting at the age of 19. Soon after, back at the Chicago Art Institute, Owen won the esteemed Butler Prize in 1921, the Eisendrath Prize in 1923, and the Thompson Prize in 1925. Continually fascinated with painting and its possibilities Owen studied art history while also studying with prominent artists of his time, including with Robert Henri, John Sloane and George Bellows in New York, and in Paris with internationally renown artist Andre L’Hote. During the depression Owen joined other prominent artists working with the Works Progress Administration in New York. Winning much critical acclaim for his paintings early in life afforded Owen a teaching job wherever he chose to travel, which he used to fulfill his desire for change. From his late teens until his passing in 1963 Owen lived, studied, painted and taught in Chicago, New York, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Virginia, Wyoming, Massachusetts, France, Spain, Corsica and Majorca.

      The Modern Art Exchange
    • William B. Owen Jr. Abstract Painting -'Mandalay'
      May. 18, 2019

      William B. Owen Jr. Abstract Painting -'Mandalay'

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      William Bishop Owen Jr. American (1895-1963). Titled 'Mandalay' Oil on masonite panel c.1950 Measures 18.75" x 32.75" x 2.5" overall Notes: Abstract oil painting by William Owen, signed lower left. Housed in a 1970's frame. William Owen was a Chicago area artist to begin his long career.. During the early 1920's William exhibited at various shows at the Art Institute winning the Butler Prize in 1921, the Eisendrath Prize in 1923, and the Thompson Prize in 1925. William participated in the WPA in New York in the 1930's. He thought art at the Chicago Art Institute, and later at the University of Virginia, Hollins College and Randolph Macon's Woman's College at Lynchburg, while still pursuing his own art. William died in 1963 and this painting, as well as many others, have been held in the collection of the family ever since.

      The Modern Art Exchange
    • ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM OWEN (LUDLOW 1769-1825 LONDON), A CHILD PLAYING A PIP
      Mar. 24, 2019

      ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM OWEN (LUDLOW 1769-1825 LONDON), A CHILD PLAYING A PIP

      Est: £1,200 - £1,800

      ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM OWEN (LUDLOW 1769-1825 LONDON), A CHILD PLAYING A PIPE BEFORE A LANDSCAPE, oil on canvas, in a gilt-composition frame. 92cm by 71cm

      Elstob Auctioneers
    • William Bishop Owen - Modernist Oil Painting
      Oct. 25, 2018

      William Bishop Owen - Modernist Oil Painting

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Modernist Painting on Canvas Media: Oil on canvas. Title: 'Abstraction #33' Date: 1950s Measurements: 12.25in. x 17.25in. sight size, and 16in. x 21in. x 2in. overall. Condition: Good condition overall. Frame shows wear. Notes: Signed and titled. Provenance: From the estate of the artist. About the artist: William Bishop Owen Jr., (1895-1963), was born outside Chicago, Ill, in 1895. His love of art took him to the nearby Chicago Art Institute to study painting, then to the Woodstock School of Art in New York where he won 1st prize for painting at the age of 19. Soon after, back at the Chicago Art Institute, Owen won the esteemed Butler Prize in 1921, the Eisendrath Prize in 1923, and the Thompson Prize in 1925. Continually fascinated with painting and its possibilities Owen studied art history while also studying with prominent artists of his time, including with Robert Henri, John Sloane and George Bellows in New York, and in Paris with internationally renown artist Andre L'Hote. During the depression Owen joined other prominent artists working with the Works Progress Administration in New York. Winning much critical acclaim for his paintings early in life afforded Owen a teaching job wherever he chose to travel, which he used to fulfill his desire for change. From his late teens until his passing in 1963 Owen lived, studied, painted and taught in Chicago, New York, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Virginia, Wyoming, Massachusetts, France, Spain, Corsica and Majorca.

      The Modern Art Exchange
    • William Bishop Owen - Modernist Oil Painting
      Oct. 25, 2018

      William Bishop Owen - Modernist Oil Painting

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Exceptional Modernist Oil Painting on Canvas Media: Oil on stretched canvas Title: 'Triumph of the Egg' Date: 1950s Measurements: 12.5in. x 17.5in. sight size, and 16in. x 22in. x 2.25in. overall. Condition: Good condition overall. Frame shows wear. Notes: Signed, titled and dated. Provenance: From the estate of the artist. About the artist: William Bishop Owen Jr., (1895-1963), was born outside Chicago, Ill, in 1895.  His love of art took him to the nearby Chicago Art Institute to study painting, then to the Woodstock School of Art in New York where he won 1st prize for painting at the age of 19. Soon after, back at the Chicago Art Institute, Owen won the esteemed Butler Prize in 1921, the Eisendrath Prize in 1923, and the Thompson Prize in 1925.  Continually fascinated with painting and its possibilities Owen studied art history while also studying with prominent artists of his time, including with Robert Henri, John Sloane and George Bellows in New York, and in Paris with internationally renown artist Andre L'Hote.  During the depression Owen joined other prominent artists working with the Works Progress Administration in New York.  Winning much critical acclaim for his paintings early in life afforded Owen a teaching job wherever he chose to travel, which he used to fulfill his desire for change. From his late teens until his passing in 1963 Owen lived, studied, painted and taught in Chicago, New York, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Virginia, Wyoming, Massachusetts, France, Spain, Corsica and Majorca.

      The Modern Art Exchange
    • ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM OWEN (LUDLOW 1769-1825 LONDON) A child with a pi
      Apr. 25, 2018

      ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM OWEN (LUDLOW 1769-1825 LONDON) A child with a pi

      Est: £2,000 - £3,000

      ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM OWEN (LUDLOW 1769-1825 LONDON) A child with a pipe before a landscape oil on canvas 92.8 x 71.2cm (36 9/16 x 28 1/16in).

      Bonhams
    • William Owen (1769–1825) Original Enggraving, 'The Schoolmistress' Engraved by J. Ward London, Published by Messrs Wards & Co.,London, 1804. Antique giltwood framed under glass 28 x 23 inches.
      Mar. 24, 2018

      William Owen (1769–1825) Original Enggraving, 'The Schoolmistress' Engraved by J. Ward London, Published by Messrs Wards & Co.,London, 1804. Antique giltwood framed under glass 28 x 23 inches.

      Est: £50 - £80

      William Owen (1769–1825) Original Enggraving, 'The Schoolmistress' Engraved by J. Ward London, Published by Messrs Wards & Co.,London, 1804. Antique giltwood framed under glass 28 x 23 inches.

      Cooper Barrington LLP
    • William Owen (Ludlow 1769-1825 London) Portrait of Emily St Clare: Expecta
      Dec. 06, 2017

      William Owen (Ludlow 1769-1825 London) Portrait of Emily St Clare: Expecta

      Est: -

      William Owen (Ludlow 1769-1825 London) Portrait of Emily St Clare: Expectation

      Bonhams
    • CIRCLE OF WILLIAM OWEN, (BRITISH 1769-1825), THE CHILDREN OF SIR WILLIAM PARSONS IN A LANDSCAPE
      Jan. 23, 2017

      CIRCLE OF WILLIAM OWEN, (BRITISH 1769-1825), THE CHILDREN OF SIR WILLIAM PARSONS IN A LANDSCAPE

      Est: $5,000 - $7,000

      CIRCLE OF WILLIAM OWEN (british 1769-1825) THE CHILDREN OF SIR WILLIAM PARSONS IN A LANDSCAPE Oil on canvas 58 1/8 x 45 7/8 in. (147.6 x 116.5cm) provenance: Private Collection, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

      Freeman's
    • William Owen, RA (1769-1825) - Portrait of Lady Elizabeth Russell as a girl, seated with a tambourine
      May. 11, 2016

      William Owen, RA (1769-1825) - Portrait of Lady Elizabeth Russell as a girl, seated with a tambourine

      Est: £3,000 - £5,000

      Oil on canvas 75 x 63 cm. (29 1/2 x 24 3/4 in) Provenance: Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd., London (label on reverse, no. 35202); Exhibited: Royal Academy of Arts, London, 1934 (titled: ' Daughter of Lord Russell ')

      Dreweatts 1759
    • Ritratto di gentiluomo
      Nov. 10, 2015

      Ritratto di gentiluomo

      Est: €14,000 - €16,000

      Ritratto di gentiluomo

      Finarte
    • ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM OWEN (BRITISH 1769-1825) PORTRAIT OF GENERAL JOHN GUSTAVUS CROSBIE 74cm x 61cm (29in x 24in)
      May. 14, 2015

      ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM OWEN (BRITISH 1769-1825) PORTRAIT OF GENERAL JOHN GUSTAVUS CROSBIE 74cm x 61cm (29in x 24in)

      Est: £800 - £1,200

      ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM OWEN (BRITISH 1769-1825) PORTRAIT OF GENERAL JOHN GUSTAVUS CROSBIE Oil on canvas 74cm x 61cm (29in x 24in)

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • William Owen, R.A. (Ludlow 1769-1825 London)
      Feb. 26, 2013

      William Owen, R.A. (Ludlow 1769-1825 London)

      Est: £3,000 - £5,000

      William Owen, R.A. (Ludlow 1769-1825 London) Portrait of William Scott, 1st Baron Stowell (1745-1836), full-length, seated beside a table in an interior oil on canvas 102 x 79 in. (259.1 x 200.7 cm.)

      Christie's
    • WILLIAM OWEN (British, 1769-1825) Nicholas Vansittart,
      Feb. 24, 2013

      WILLIAM OWEN (British, 1769-1825) Nicholas Vansittart,

      Est: $400 - $600

      WILLIAM OWEN (British, 1769-1825) Nicholas Vansittart, Lord Bexley, 1815 Mezzotint 18 x 14 inches (45.7 x 35.6 cm) William Ward, engraver The Elton M. Hyder, Jr. Charitable and Educational Fund Collection: Formerly at the University of Texas Law Library. NOTE: An impression of this print is in the collection of the National Portrait Gallery, London.

      Heritage Auctions
    • WILLIAM OWEN (British, 1769-1825) Sir Nicholl, Dean of
      Feb. 24, 2013

      WILLIAM OWEN (British, 1769-1825) Sir Nicholl, Dean of

      Est: $400 - $600

      WILLIAM OWEN (British, 1769-1825) Sir Nicholl, Dean of the Arches and Judge of the Prerogatice Court, Canterbury, 1819 Mezzotint 33 x 26 inches (83.8 x 66.0 cm) Henry Meyer, engraver The Elton M. Hyder, Jr. Charitable and Educational Fund Collection: Formerly at the University of Texas Law Library.

      Heritage Auctions
    • Attributed to William Owen, R.A. (Ludlow 1769-1825 London)
      Jun. 19, 2012

      Attributed to William Owen, R.A. (Ludlow 1769-1825 London)

      Est: £700 - £1,000

      Attributed to William Owen, R.A. (Ludlow 1769-1825 London) Portrait of a lady, traditionally identified as Mrs. Hawes, half-length, in a fur trimmed black coat and lace bonnet oil on canvas 30 x 25 in. (76.2 x 63.5 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Attributed to William Owen, R.A. (Ludlow 1769-1825 London)
      Mar. 06, 2012

      Attributed to William Owen, R.A. (Ludlow 1769-1825 London)

      Est: £1,500 - £2,000

      Attributed to William Owen, R.A. (Ludlow 1769-1825 London) Portrait of a lady, traditionally identified as Mrs. Hawes, half-length, in a fur trimmed black coat and lace bonnet oil on canvas 30 x 25 in. (76.2 x 63.5 cm.)

      Christie's
    • William Owen British, 1769-1825 Portrait of Lady Harcourt
      Jan. 25, 2012

      William Owen British, 1769-1825 Portrait of Lady Harcourt

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      William Owen British, 1769-1825 Portrait of Lady Harcourt Oil on canvas 30 x 25 inches (76.2 x 63.5 cm) C 

      Doyle New York
    • Circle of William Owen (Ludlow 1769-1825 London) Portrait of Mrs Harrison with her sons, Frederick and William,
      Oct. 26, 2010

      Circle of William Owen (Ludlow 1769-1825 London) Portrait of Mrs Harrison with her sons, Frederick and William,

      Est: £800 - £1,200

      Portrait of Mrs Harrison with her sons, Frederick and William, three-quarter length, seated before an open window oil on canvas 126.6 x 101.6cm (49 13/16 x 40in).

      Bonhams
    • Circle of William Owen (British, 1769-1825) Portrait of a gentleman
      May. 12, 2010

      Circle of William Owen (British, 1769-1825) Portrait of a gentleman

      Est: £400 - £600

      Portrait of a gentleman oil on canvas 72 x 59.5cm (28 3/8 x 23 7/16in).

      Bonhams
    • Attributed to William Owen, R.A. (Ludlow 1769-1825 London)
      Mar. 09, 2010

      Attributed to William Owen, R.A. (Ludlow 1769-1825 London)

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      Attributed to William Owen, R.A. (Ludlow 1769-1825 London) Portrait of a lady, half-length, in a black dress with a black shawl and bonnet, at a draped window casement, a landscape beyond oil on canvas 30½ x 25 in. (77.5 x 63.5 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Attributed to William Owen, R.A. (Ludlow 1769-1825 London)
      Oct. 28, 2009

      Attributed to William Owen, R.A. (Ludlow 1769-1825 London)

      Est: £2,000 - £4,000

      Attributed to William Owen, R.A. (Ludlow 1769-1825 London) Portrait of a lady, half-length, in a black dress with a black shawl and bonnet, at a draped window casement, a landscape beyond oil on canvas 30½ x 25 in. (77.5 x 63.5 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Circle of William Owen (British, 1769-1825) The snoozing scholar
      Jun. 02, 2009

      Circle of William Owen (British, 1769-1825) The snoozing scholar

      Est: £1,500 - £2,000

      The snoozing scholar oil on canvas 125.5 x 100cm (49 7/16 x 39 3/8in).

      Bonhams
    • Circle of William Owen 1769-1825- portrait of a
      Mar. 17, 2009

      Circle of William Owen 1769-1825- portrait of a

      Est: £250 - £350

      Circle of William Owen 1769-1825- portrait of a gentleman, head and shoulders wearing a tied white stock and dark coat, feigned oval; oil on canvas, on an irregular arched top stretcher, 84x60cm

      Roseberys
    • ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM OWEN (1769-1825) - Portrait
      Oct. 10, 2008

      ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM OWEN (1769-1825) - Portrait

      Est: £300 - £500

      ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM OWEN (1769-1825) - Portrait of a gentleman with grey hair wearing a white stock and black jacket, oils on canvas, 30" x 25 1/2", unframed (see illustration).

      Mallams
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