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Painter, Sculptor, b. 1842 - d. 1921

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      • Sir William Blake Richmond, RA - Porch of Sultan Hassan 
        Feb. 27, 2024

        Sir William Blake Richmond, RA - Porch of Sultan Hassan 

        Est: £1,500 - £2,500

        Sir William Blake Richmond, RA,  British 1842-1921 Porch of Sultan Hassan;  oil on panel, signed with initials and dated 'W.B.R 1888' (lower right), 40 x 29.4 cm.  Provenance:  Purchased in 1912 from the Fine Art Society by Constance Goetze (wife of the artist Sigismund Goetze).  Purchased in 1986 by a private collector, Melbourne, Australia and thence by descent.  Literature:  Helen Lascelles, 'The Life and Works of Sir W. B. Richmond, special Christmas edition of The Art Annual', 1902, illustrated p.21.  Simon Reynolds, William Blake Richmond – An Artist’s Life, 1842-1921, 1995, pp.350, 356, 358.  Exhibited:  New Gallery, London, 'The Works of Sir William Blake Richmond, Winter 1900-1901', either no.248 or no.252.  The Fine Art Society, London, 'Paintings of Italy, Greece and Egypt by William Blake Richmond', March 1912, no.19.  Royal Birmingham Society of Arts, 'Autumn Exhibition', 1912, no.116.  Note:  ‘The minarets and towers of Cairo are gilded with a pale gold shimmer. The city is a phantom, it is transparent, it is light all light, but so delicate that every detail is concealed within the soft embracing atmosphere. Nothing looks real – nothing is to be grasped – the city is an unreality…’ (William Blake Richmond, 'The Silver Chain', 1916, p.24).  Richmond first visited Cairo in 1885 and was enchanted by the city, making several return visits in the next few years. He was particularly interested by the places of worship and painted the Mosque of Sultan Hassan several times, including a depiction of the interior courtyard (private collection). As his wife later recalled; ‘This was the most Eastern place that Sir William visited, and the tropical heat, the low mud huts, the brilliant moonlight on the palms, the crowds of Arabs, and the primitive way of life, were to him intensely attractive… He stayed some time in Cairo, devoting himself especially to drawing in the mosques and about the environs of the delightful city, not yet spoiled by European barbarians, frequently spending the entire day in one or other of the mosques observing the picturesque crowds of Arabs, negroes and Copts passing from the shadow of the deep doorways and recesses to the full light of the court open to the sky. One has not realised what colour is until the East has been visited.’ (Helen Lascelles, 'The Life and Works of Sir W. B Richmond, special Christmas edition of The Art Annual', 1902, illustrated p.21).

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      • Sir William Blake Richmond KCB RA PPRBSA (1842-1921)
        Dec. 06, 2023

        Sir William Blake Richmond KCB RA PPRBSA (1842-1921)

        Est: £200 - £400

        Sir William Blake Richmond KCB RA PPRBSA (1842-1921) Woodland landscape signed with initials and dated 1892 (lower right) oil on board 24 x 59.5cm Provenance: with The Fine Art Society Ltd., London

        Cheffins
      • Sir William Blake Richmond, RA,  - Porch of Sultan Hassan;  …
        Nov. 22, 2023

        Sir William Blake Richmond, RA,  - Porch of Sultan Hassan;  …

        Est: £2,500 - £3,500

        Sir William Blake Richmond, RA,  British 1842-1921-  Porch of Sultan Hassan;  oil on panel, signed with initials and dated 'W.B.R 1888' (lower right), 40 x 29.4 cm.  Provenance:  Purchased in 1912 from the Fine Art Society by Constance Goetze (wife of the artist Sigismund Goetze).  Purchased in 1986 by a private collector, Melbourne, Australia and thence by descent.  Literature:  Helen Lascelles, 'The Life and Works of Sir W. B. Richmond, special Christmas edition of The Art Annual', 1902, illustrated p.21.  Simon Reynolds, William Blake Richmond – An Artist’s Life, 1842-1921, 1995, pp.350, 356, 358.  Exhibited:  New Gallery, London, 'The Works of Sir William Blake Richmond, Winter 1900-1901', either no.248 or no.252.  The Fine Art Society, London, 'Paintings of Italy, Greece and Egypt by William Blake Richmond', March 1912, no.19.  Royal Birmingham Society of Arts, 'Autumn Exhibition', 1912, no.116.  Note:  ‘The minarets and towers of Cairo are gilded with a pale gold shimmer. The city is a phantom, it is transparent, it is light all light, but so delicate that every detail is concealed within the soft embracing atmosphere. Nothing looks real – nothing is to be grasped – the city is an unreality…’ (William Blake Richmond, 'The Silver Chain', 1916, p.24).  Richmond first visited Cairo in 1885 and was enchanted by the city, making several return visits in the next few years. He was particularly interested by the places of worship and painted the Mosque of Sultan Hassan several times, including a depiction of the interior courtyard (private collection). As his wife later recalled; ‘This was the most Eastern place that Sir William visited, and the tropical heat, the low mud huts, the brilliant moonlight on the palms, the crowds of Arabs, and the primitive way of life, were to him intensely attractive… He stayed some time in Cairo, devoting himself especially to drawing in the mosques and about the environs of the delightful city, not yet spoiled by European barbarians, frequently spending the entire day in one or other of the mosques observing the picturesque crowds of Arabs, negroes and Copts passing from the shadow of the deep doorways and recesses to the full light of the court open to the sky. One has not realised what colour is until the East has been visited.’ (Helen Lascelles, 'The Life and Works of Sir W. B Richmond, special Christmas edition of The Art Annual', 1902, illustrated p.21).

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      • SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND, R.A. (BRITISH 1842-1921) Study of a female head
        Jul. 13, 2023

        SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND, R.A. (BRITISH 1842-1921) Study of a female head

        Est: £5,000 - £8,000

        SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND, R.A. (BRITISH 1842-1921) Study of a female head, seen from behind sanguine, black and white chalk on buff oatmeal paper 14 x 10 7/8 in. (35.5 x 27.8 cm.)

        Christie's
      • SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND, RA,  BRITISH 1843-1921-  A PROCESSION IN HONOUR OF BACCHUS;  PENCIL, P
        Mar. 29, 2023

        SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND, RA,  BRITISH 1843-1921-  A PROCESSION IN HONOUR OF BACCHUS;  PENCIL, P

        Est: £800 - £1,200

        Sir William Blake Richmond, RA,  British 1843-1921-  A Procession in Honour of Bacchus;  pencil, pen and ink on paper, 16.2 x 41.6 cm.  Provenance:  with Abbott & Holder, London, 1960.  with Islington Antiques, London, 1977.  Private Collection, UK.  Note:  Richmond's final version of 'A Procession in Honour of Bacchus' in oils was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1869, after the artist had returned to London from his travels in Italy, where he met painters including Frederic Leighton (1830-1896) and Giovanni Costa (1826-1903). The present drawing reveals similarities with its composition, in the central female figure for example, who holds aloft a bowl of grapes, referencing Bacchus's role as the God of Wine.  Richmond studied under the eminent critic and artist John Ruskin (1819-1900), and succeeded him as the Slade Professor of Fine Art at Oxford University from 1878 to 1883. He was a significant figure in the development of the Arts & Crafts Movement, and as well as being a highly regarded painter, worked as a designer of stained glass and mosaics. One of his most celebrated projects is undoubtedly the mosaic decoration which adorns the interior of St Paul's Cathedral in London. 

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      • Sir William Blake Richmond Drawing
        Mar. 24, 2023

        Sir William Blake Richmond Drawing

        Est: $300 - $500

        (British, 1842-1921) Study of an Arm, signed or inscribed verso "WBR", black and white chalk on brown paper, sheet 20-5/8 x 13-1/2 in.; unframed Provenance: Private Collection, Asheville, North Carolina

        Brunk Auctions
      • Sir William Blake Richmond, RA (British, 1842-1921) Umbrian landscape
        Mar. 08, 2023

        Sir William Blake Richmond, RA (British, 1842-1921) Umbrian landscape

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        Sir William Blake Richmond, RA (British, 1842-1921) Umbrian landscape signed with initials 'W.B.R' (lower left) oil on board 38.4 x 62.2cm (15 1/8 x 24 1/2in).

        Bonhams
      • Sir William Blake Richmond, RA (British, 1842-1921) 'The Plain of Umbria'
        Mar. 08, 2023

        Sir William Blake Richmond, RA (British, 1842-1921) 'The Plain of Umbria'

        Est: £3,000 - £5,000

        Sir William Blake Richmond, RA (British, 1842-1921) 'The Plain of Umbria' signed with initials 'W.B.R' (lower left) oil on panel 52.4 x 91.5cm (20 5/8 x 36in).

        Bonhams
      • WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND - STUDY FOR THE FIGURE OF SLEEP FROM SARPEDON
        Jun. 15, 2022

        WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND - STUDY FOR THE FIGURE OF SLEEP FROM SARPEDON

        Est: $400 - $600

        Lot 73 William Blake Richmond British (1842-1921) Study for the Figure of Sleep from Sarpedon red chalk on paper sight: 13 x 9 inches frame dimensions: 18 3/4 x 14 1/4 x 3/4 inches, wood frame with glazing Additional Information: inscribed 'Study for ”sleep” who with Death/carried the body of Sarpedon into/ Lycia/ picture was exhibited in the Grosvenor Gallery in 1879' lower right Provenance: Property from the Collection of Seymour Stein Sotheby's, New York, 11 December 2003, lot 154,Sotheby's, London, 6 November 1991, lot 331

        Capsule Gallery Auction
      • SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND, R.A. (LONDON 1842-1924) Three landscape studies
        Mar. 24, 2022

        SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND, R.A. (LONDON 1842-1924) Three landscape studies

        Est: £1,500 - £2,000

        SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND, R.A. (LONDON 1842-1924) Three landscape studies: Sunday morning; Saturday night; and A wooded landscape... pen and brown ink on paper 1 1/2 x 2 5/8 in. (3.8 x 6.7 cm.); 2 1/4 x 4 1/8 in. (5.7 x 10.5 cm.); 2 1/4 x 3 in. (5.7 x 7.6 cm.) respectively (3)

        Christie's
      • Sir William Blake Richmond RA (1842-1921)
        Mar. 22, 2022

        Sir William Blake Richmond RA (1842-1921)

        Est: £300 - £500

        Sir William Blake Richmond RA (1842-1921) Sir William Blake Richmond RA (1842-1921) Study for a portrait of a young woman pen and ink over pencil 17.5 x 12cm

        Sworders
      • SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND R.A. (BRITISH 1842-1874) GIRL PLAYING VIOLIN
        Sep. 01, 2021

        SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND R.A. (BRITISH 1842-1874) GIRL PLAYING VIOLIN

        Est: £800 - £1,200

        SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND R.A. (BRITISH 1842-1874) GIRL PLAYING VIOLIN Charcoal (44.5cm x 68.5cm (17.5in x 27in))

        Lyon & Turnbull
      • Sir William Blake Richmond, R. A. British, 1842-1921 Moonlight on the Thames at Westminster (recto); a double sided work
        Aug. 12, 2021

        Sir William Blake Richmond, R. A. British, 1842-1921 Moonlight on the Thames at Westminster (recto); a double sided work

        Est: $200 - $400

        Sir William Blake Richmond, R. A. British, 1842-1921 Moonlight on the Thames at Westminster (recto); and Study of a Bird's Skull (verso) Black and gray wash on paper (recto); and ink on paper (verso) 4 1/4 x 5 inches (11.5 x 12.7 cm) Provenance: Martyn Gregory, London C An Upper East Side Private Collection

        Doyle New York
      • SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND, R.A. (BRITISH, 1842-1921) - Phaeton: Sunrise
        Jul. 15, 2021

        SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND, R.A. (BRITISH, 1842-1921) - Phaeton: Sunrise

        Est: £15,000 - £25,000

        SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND, R.A. (BRITISH, 1842-1921) Phaeton: Sunrise oil on canvas, with a painted arch 24 ¾ x 32 in. (62.9 x 81.4 cm.)

        Christie's
      • SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND R.A. (BRITISH 1842-1874) GIRL PLAYING VIOLIN
        May. 20, 2021

        SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND R.A. (BRITISH 1842-1874) GIRL PLAYING VIOLIN

        Est: £1,500 - £2,000

        SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND R.A. (BRITISH 1842-1874) GIRL PLAYING VIOLIN Charcoal (44.5cm x 68.5cm (17.5in x 27in)) Qty: (1)

        Lyon & Turnbull
      • Sir William Blake Richmond (British, 1842-1921), Female nude study, white and black chalk on paper, 18 1/2 x 28 3/4in (47 x 73cm)
        May. 12, 2021

        Sir William Blake Richmond (British, 1842-1921), Female nude study, white and black chalk on paper, 18 1/2 x 28 3/4in (47 x 73cm)

        Est: $600 - $800

        Sir William Blake Richmond (British, 1842-1921) Female nude study white and black chalk on paper inscribed verso Sir W.B. Richmond

        Andrew Jones Auctions
      • Lot de deux comprenant: "Saint Georges et le dragon" fusain et craie blanch
        Jan. 20, 2021

        Lot de deux comprenant: "Saint Georges et le dragon" fusain et craie blanch

        Est: €500 - €700

        Lot de deux comprenant: "Saint Georges et le dragon" fusain et craie blanche sur papier collé sur papier. Attribué à Sir William Blake Richmond. Voir au dos , un document de chez Habbot and Holder à Londres. On y joint "Spleen et Idéal", impression en couleur sur soie. Signé en bas à droite Carlos Schwabe. Ecole britannique et franco-allemande. Provenance: Ancienne collection José T. Dim.:+/-19,2x9,5cm et 16,8x10,4cm.

        Vanderkindere
      • SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND, R.A. (LONDON 1842-1921), Study of two hands,
        Dec. 08, 2020

        SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND, R.A. (LONDON 1842-1921), Study of two hands,

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND, R.A. (LONDON 1842-1921) Study of two hands black and white chalk on brown oatmeal paper 15 x 8 in. (38.1 x 20.3 cm.) ,

        Christie's
      • Attributed to William Blake Richmond (1842-1921) British. Study of a Crusader on Horseback, Watercolour and Pencil, Dated 1881, 5.5" x 6".
        Dec. 18, 2019

        Attributed to William Blake Richmond (1842-1921) British. Study of a Crusader on Horseback, Watercolour and Pencil, Dated 1881, 5.5" x 6".

        Est: £80 - £120

        Attributed to William Blake Richmond (1842-1921) British. Study of a Crusader on Horseback, Watercolour and Pencil, Dated 1881, 5.5" x 6".

        John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
      • SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND, KCB, RA, PPRBSA (BRITISH, 1842-1921) A GATEWAY, ASSISI, ITALY
        Nov. 27, 2019

        SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND, KCB, RA, PPRBSA (BRITISH, 1842-1921) A GATEWAY, ASSISI, ITALY

        Est: £300 - £500

        oil on board (Dimensions: 41 x 33 cm) (41 x 33 cm) Footnote: Exhibited: London, The Fine Art Society Ltd, 1921, 148 New Bond Street, London, W1, No.15 (label verso) Condition report: Loose in its frame.

        Cheffins
      • William Blake Richmond British, 1842-1921 Drapery Study Charcoal and white chalk on brown paper 21 x 8 7/8 inc...
        Nov. 26, 2019

        William Blake Richmond British, 1842-1921 Drapery Study Charcoal and white chalk on brown paper 21 x 8 7/8 inc...

        Est: $700 - $900

        William Blake Richmond British, 1842-1921 Drapery Study Charcoal and white chalk on brown paper 21 x 8 7/8 inches Provenance: Formerly Julian Hartnoll, London

        Doyle New York
      • SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND RA (BRITISH 1842-1921)
        Oct. 29, 2019

        SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND RA (BRITISH 1842-1921)

        Est: £150 - £250

        SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND RA  (BRITISH 1842-1921) Pensioners Hall, Chelsea Hospital Signed W B Richmond, titled and dated 1868 (lower left) Pencil, watercolour and white heightening  16.75 x 24.5cm (6 3/4 x 9 1/2in)

        Chiswick Auctions
      • SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND R.A. BRITISH 1842-1921)
        Oct. 29, 2019

        SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND R.A. BRITISH 1842-1921)

        Est: £300 - £500

        SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND R.A. (BRITISH 1842-1921) Study of a figure kneeling before a young man standing beside a figure of a young man bowing Pen and ink over pencil on wove paper 23.5 x 26.5cm (9 1/4 x 10 1/2in)

        Chiswick Auctions
      • William Blake Richmond (1842-1921) British. A Horse Galloping in a Moonlit Landscape, Oil on Panel, 5.5" x 13.5".
        Oct. 31, 2018

        William Blake Richmond (1842-1921) British. A Horse Galloping in a Moonlit Landscape, Oil on Panel, 5.5" x 13.5".

        Est: £200 - £400

        William Blake Richmond (1842-1921) British. A Horse Galloping in a Moonlit Landscape, Oil on Panel, 5.5" x 13.5".

        John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
      • Sir William Blake Richmond, RA (British, 1842-1921) The Watchers
        Sep. 26, 2018

        Sir William Blake Richmond, RA (British, 1842-1921) The Watchers

        Est: £15,000 - £20,000

        Sir William Blake Richmond, RA (British, 1842-1921) The Watchers signed and inscribed '[W]atchers/W.B. Richmond' (on remnants of an old label attached to the reverse)oil on panel29.9 x 61cm (11 3/4 x 24in). ProvenanceSir Edmund Verney, Claydon, Buckinghamshire.Thence by descent.ExhibitedParis, Universal Exhibition, 1878, British Fine Art Section, no. 230, as Angel Watchers.London, New Gallery, Works of Sir William B Richmond KGB, 1900-1901, no. 182.LiteratureSimon Reynolds, William Blake Richmond, An Artist's Life 1842-1921, Norwich, 1995, pp. 111 and 119, colour plate XIII.Probably Richmond's most symbolically numinous painting is a small oil entitled The Watchers, or Angels Watching over a Dead Painter, started in 1873 and finished 1876. It depicts three completely naked angels, beautiful youths with large red wings, two seated on the floor and one leaning through a loggia window with the last light of evening over an Italianate landscape behind him. Behind the seated angels are frescoes of the Resurrection and the Descent from the Cross; beneath the window, on a bier, lies a corpse in a shroud, the artist, brilliantly lit in the evening light. This finely balanced if esoteric composition powerfully juxtaposes death with an eternal after-life, suggested in the twilight sky, and the very real corporeality of the naked bronzed youths in the foreground.(Simon Reynolds, William Blake Richmond, An Artist's Life, p. 111)William Blake Richmond, son of the portraitist George Richmond RA, studied at the Royal Academy Schools in the early 1860s; influenced by his father and by Sir John Everett Millais, Richmond soon gained a reputation as a portraitist of children in the Pre-Raphaelite manner.On 21 October 1864, Richmond married the beautiful Charlotte Foster; after an all too brief love affair, Charlotte died in his arms on 13 December 1865, taken by tuberculosis. Richmond himself contracted tuberculosis, but he largely recovered during his Italian sojourn in 1866-1869. Although Richmond remarried in 1867, Charlotte remained the great love of his life.While in Rome, Richmond shed his Pre-Raphaelite style in favour of European Classicism, itself moving into Symbolism. His artistic influences were Frederic, Lord Leighton, Giovanni Costa, George Heming Mason and the master of emerging Symbolism, Arnold Böcklin. Richmond had started to paint on a gigantic scale in works such as The Procession of Bacchus of 1866-9 and The Bowlers of 1872.In 1870 Richmond moved into Beavor Lodge, Hammersmith, but he was both unwell and yearning for his lost days in Rome. He had glorified that in Italy he could hire models who would pose in the nude; all his figures were, like Leighton's, first drawn in the nude. In 1872, the young Italian model Gaetano Meo, recommended by Mason, called at Beavor Lodge to see if he could sit for this renowned Italophile. A beautiful young lady received him and indicated where Richmond could be found in his studio. Asking Gaetano Meo how he got into the house, Richmond was astonished at Meo's description of the lady who let him in; at the time Clara, Mrs Richmond, was out. The introduction led Meo to become Richmond's chief model and lifelong friend. One day, leafing through Richmond's drawings, Meo found some of the late Charlotte; turning to his master he advised that this was the lady who had welcomed him. This was one of a number of reported ghostly sightings at Beavor Lodge.The Watchers was one of three works which Richmond included in the Paris Universal Exhibition of 1878, catalogued as Angel Watchers; this was the first Continental Exhibition in which Richmond participated. The work remained unsold, Richmond noting in his diary on 23 December, 'The Watchers unsold, oh dear, it would help me to have a bit of help from outside'. European Symbolism was not welcome in the UK, especially before Leighton's growing success and the advent of the Grosvenor Gallery, and later the New Gallery (where Richmond included the present lot in his retrospective exhibition of 1900). Fortunately, Captain Edmund Verney- a long standing family friend - came to Richmond's rescue in the spring of 1879 when he agreed to purchase The Watchers for £110 to include the £10 cost of the frame. Verney's wife, Lady Margaret Hay-Williams had died and The Watchers was to hang beneath Richmond's portrait of her, painted in 1873. He wrote, 'If you have it I shall be pleased to think of my pet picture in the hands of old friends'; and in a subsequent letter 'I value the place where the picture is to go, and I still more value the very kind and sincere pleasure that you say it will give to your wife'.Simon Reynolds notes: 'I am convinced that The Watchers depicts the corpse of Charlotte, dead some ten years, with a very Italian background surrounding her; the naked angels are more than likely depictions of Gaetano Meo, welcomed as he was into the intimacy of Richmond's life'.We are grateful to Simon Reynolds for his assistance in cataloguing this lot.

        Bonhams
      • Sir William Blake Richmond (1842-1921) British. "The Entombment", A Mosaic Design for St Paul's (c.1910), Mixed Media, Arched, 13" x 24.5".
        Jul. 25, 2018

        Sir William Blake Richmond (1842-1921) British. "The Entombment", A Mosaic Design for St Paul's (c.1910), Mixed Media, Arched, 13" x 24.5".

        Est: £500 - £700

        Sir William Blake Richmond (1842-1921) British. "The Entombment", A Mosaic Design for St Paul's (c.1910), Mixed Media, Arched, 13" x 24.5".

        John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
      • * Richmond (William Blake, 1842-1921). Study of a hand holding a glove,
        Jul. 18, 2018

        * Richmond (William Blake, 1842-1921). Study of a hand holding a glove,

        Est: £150 - £200

        a red chalk on pale blue-grey paper, with touches of white chalk, 21.5 x 15 cm (8.5 x 6 ins) mount aperture, framed and glazed - Quantity (1)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • Sir William Blake Richmond, R.A. (1842-1921) - Trees
        Jul. 11, 2018

        Sir William Blake Richmond, R.A. (1842-1921) - Trees

        Est: £4,000 - £6,000

        Sir William Blake Richmond, R.A. (1842-1921) Trees oil on canvas 14 x 21¼ in. (35.6 x 54 cm.)

        Christie's
      • Sir William Blake Richmond (1842-1921) British. "The Entombment", A Mosaic Design for St Paul's (c.1910), Mixed Media, Arched, 13" x 24.5".
        May. 23, 2018

        Sir William Blake Richmond (1842-1921) British. "The Entombment", A Mosaic Design for St Paul's (c.1910), Mixed Media, Arched, 13" x 24.5".

        Est: £800 - £1,200

        Sir William Blake Richmond (1842-1921) British. "The Entombment", A Mosaic Design for St Paul's (c.1910), Mixed Media, Arched, 13" x 24.5".

        John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
      • Sir William Blake Richmond RA
        Mar. 21, 2018

        Sir William Blake Richmond RA

        Est: £400 - £600

        Sir William Blake Richmond RA, British 1842-1921- Study of two female figures carrying vases; metalpoint on white prepared paper, 24.2x16.9cmProvenance: Miss Ann Richmond

        Roseberys
      • ATTRIBUTED TO SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND (1842-1921) An honorable handsha
        Feb. 28, 2018

        ATTRIBUTED TO SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND (1842-1921) An honorable handsha

        Est: £150 - £250

        ATTRIBUTED TO SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND (1842-1921) An honorable handshake, sketch in pencil and brown inks, 23.5 x 26.5cm Reputably from Lipscombe Hall

        Mallams
      • WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND (1842-1921) (toe te schrijven aan)De gra
        Dec. 13, 2017

        WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND (1842-1921) (toe te schrijven aan)De gra

        Est: €200 - €300

        WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND (1842-1921) (toe te schrijven aan) De graflegging. Gouache, aquarel en goudverf. Gemonteerd op drager. 325 x 625 mm WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND (1842-1921) (à attribuer à) La mise en tombeau. Gouache, aquarelle et peinture dorée. Monté. 325 x 625 mm WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND (1842-1921) (to be attributed to) The entombment. Gouache, watercolour and gold paint. Mounted. 325 x 625 mm

        Bernaerts Auctioneers
      • Sir William Blake Richmond (1842 - 1921), oil on panel - View of Assisi, in
        Jun. 21, 2017

        Sir William Blake Richmond (1842 - 1921), oil on panel - View of Assisi, in

        Est: £200 - £400

        Sir William Blake Richmond (1842 - 1921), oil on panel - View of Assisi, inscribed verso, in gilt frame, remnants of a Fine Art Society label verso, 27cm x 38cm

        Reeman Dansie
      • William Blake Richmond (1842-1921) Study of a bearded man 24 x 20in., unframed
        Apr. 25, 2017

        William Blake Richmond (1842-1921) Study of a bearded man 24 x 20in., unframed

        Est: £200 - £300

        William Blake Richmond (1842-1921) oil on canvas Study of a bearded man signed 24 x 20in., unframed

        Gorringes
      • Richmond (William Blake, 1842-1921), The Arcadian Shepherd, 1858.
        Mar. 30, 2017

        Richmond (William Blake, 1842-1921), The Arcadian Shepherd, 1858.

        Est: £800 - £1,200

        Richmond (William Blake, 1842-1921) The Arcadian Shepherd, 1858, pen and brown ink, on wove paper without watermark, signed with monogram on tree trunk and dated '1858', 145 x 185 mm. (5 3/4 x 7 1/4 in), several inscribed attributions and inscriptions verso, light spotting and surface dirt, unframed Provenance: The artist's family and thence by descent; With Abbot & Holder, London (circa 1990) Literature: cf. Mrs A. M. W. Stirling, The Richmond Papers, London, 1926, pp. 99-100 Simon Reynolds, Sir William Blake Richmond: an artist's life, 1842-1921, 1995, p. 14, see note 15, p. 364 ⁂ The young William Blake Richmond executed the present drawing aged only 15, and would have done so while enrolled in the Royal Academy Schools, London, where he studied for three years. As a drawing from 1858 the nature of the work at first appears as an anachronism, but in reality the drawing serves to illustrate the "poetic" spell that the artist was under after having grown up with the early work of his father, and his father's contemporaries. For a loosely associated work by George Richmond, albeit in a reproductive medium, see the line engraving 'The Shepherd' (see Tate, ref.: N04064); similarly see the wood-engravings by Edward Calvert, the artist arguably closest to Blake Richmond's aesthetic in this drawing, and the Virgil woodcuts by William Blake. "If there be the least value in my pictures, it is due to such lovely early impressions derived from the sweet poetic work of many of [my father's] contemporaries - Calvert, Blake and others, whose shadows are substance still to me." [Sir William Blake Richmond, letter to his father, 50 years after the death of William Blake, from Stirling, op. cit., p. 28]

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      • Sir William Blake Richmond (1842-1921), Male nude with extended arms, pen a
        Mar. 16, 2016

        Sir William Blake Richmond (1842-1921), Male nude with extended arms, pen a

        Est: £150 - £250

        Sir William Blake Richmond (1842-1921), Male nude with extended arms, pen and ink, 25cm x 18cm. Provenance: With Christopher Wood

        Bellmans Auctioneers
      • SIR WILLIAM BLAKE-RICHMOND KCB, RA (1842-1921) British Figure Study Silver point Old label to verso for Maltzahn Gallery Limited London, with provenance for Miss Ann Richmond 17.5 x 24.5 cm, framed and glazed
        Feb. 24, 2016

        SIR WILLIAM BLAKE-RICHMOND KCB, RA (1842-1921) British Figure Study Silver point Old label to verso for Maltzahn Gallery Limited London, with provenance for Miss Ann Richmond 17.5 x 24.5 cm, framed and glazed

        Est: £100 - £200

        SIR WILLIAM BLAKE-RICHMOND KCB, RA (1842-1921) British Figure Study Silver point Old label to verso for Maltzahn Gallery Limited London, with provenance for Miss Ann Richmond 17.5 x 24.5 cm, framed and glazed

        Rowley Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers
      • Attributed to William Blake Richmond KCB RA, British 1842-1921- Portrait Study; pencil heightened wi
        Sep. 08, 2015

        Attributed to William Blake Richmond KCB RA, British 1842-1921- Portrait Study; pencil heightened wi

        Est: £700 - £900

        Attributed to William Blake Richmond KCB RA, British 1842-1921- Portrait Study; pencil heightened with red pastel on buff, 26.5x19.7cm, (unframed)

        Roseberys
      • Sir William Blake Richmond (1842-1921) - Drapery study
        Jul. 08, 2015

        Sir William Blake Richmond (1842-1921) - Drapery study

        Est: £300 - £500

        Black chalk, heightened with white, over graphite, on buff wove paper Inscribed by a later hand The Resurrection. Study for the Risen Christ., lower centre, and bears initials W.B.[?]r. lower right 44.5 x 37 cm. (17 1/2 x 14 1/2 in) Unframed Provenance: J. Vassall Adams, Buckinghamshire (ink stamp on reverse) Bears later inscription on reverse of mount: Study for a mosaic in St. Pauls Cathedral. Circa 1895 .

        Dreweatts 1759
      • Female head study, looking up
        Jun. 16, 2015

        Female head study, looking up

        Est: £3,000 - £5,000

        Sir William Blake Richmond, R.A. (1842-1921) Female head study, looking up signed, indistinctly inscribed and dated 'G. Pradeau[/from his friend/W.B. Richmond April 15 1882' (lower left) and inscribed 'Mrs W Pradeau' (on the reverse, according to previous cataloguing) sanguine chalk, heightened with white on buff paper 16 x 11 ¾ in. (40.8 x 29.8 cm.)

        Christie's
      • Head study for 'The Song of Miriam'
        Jun. 16, 2015

        Head study for 'The Song of Miriam'

        Est: £3,000 - £5,000

        Sir William Blake Richmond, R.A. (1842-1921) Head study for 'The Song of Miriam' indistinctly inscribed 'Salford' (lower left) black and white chalk on brown paper 12 ¼ x 8 7/8 in. (31.2 x 22.3 cm.)

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      • Head study for 'The Song of Miriam'
        Jun. 16, 2015

        Head study for 'The Song of Miriam'

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        Sir William Blake Richmond, R.A. (1842-1921) Head study for 'The Song of Miriam' dated 'Feby 1880' (lower right) pencil and black chalk on pale blue paper 8 ¾ x 6 in. (22.2 x 15.2 cm.)

        Christie's
      • Sir William Blake Richmond, RA (British, 1842-1921) Portrait of Maude Sarah
        Jun. 09, 2015

        Sir William Blake Richmond, RA (British, 1842-1921) Portrait of Maude Sarah

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        Sir William Blake Richmond, RA (British, 1842-1921) Portrait of Maude Sarah Verney, wife of Frederick Verney half length, in profile

        Bonhams
      • Sir William Blake Richmond, RA (British, 1842-1921
        Jan. 21, 2015

        Sir William Blake Richmond, RA (British, 1842-1921

        Est: £4,000 - £6,000

        Sir William Blake Richmond, RA (British, 1842-1921) Portrait of Maude Sarah Verney, wife of Frederick Verney half length, in profile

        Bonhams
      • William Blake Richmond
        Dec. 10, 2014

        William Blake Richmond

        Est: £10,000 - £15,000

        William Blake Richmond

        Sotheby's
      • Sir William Blake Richmond British, 1842-1921 Henry Dawson-Green
        Sep. 23, 2014

        Sir William Blake Richmond British, 1842-1921 Henry Dawson-Green

        Est: $8,000 - $12,000

        Sir William Blake Richmond British, 1842-1921 Henry Dawson-Green Oil on canvas 30 x 48 1/16 inches Literature: Simon Reynolds, William Blake Richmond: An Artist's life, 1995, p. 339, illus. pl. II According to Simon Reynolds (loc.cit), the work may be the picture exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1864, no. 684, entitled A. Portrait (possibly Henry Dawson-Green). C 

        Doyle New York
      • Sir William Blake Richmond, RA-(British, 1842-1921)-Study of male nude
        Mar. 18, 2014

        Sir William Blake Richmond, RA-(British, 1842-1921)-Study of male nude

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        Study of male nude black and white chalk 35.5 x 25cm (14 x 9 13/16in).

        Bonhams
      • Sir William Blake Richmond, RA-(British, 1842-1921)-Study of a male nude, arms extended
        Mar. 18, 2014

        Sir William Blake Richmond, RA-(British, 1842-1921)-Study of a male nude, arms extended

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        Study of a male nude, arms extended pen and ink 25 x 18cm (9 13/16 x 7 1/16in).

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