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Painter, Porträtmaler, Wall painter, Landscape painter, Flower painter, b. 1874 - d. 1962

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      • Frank Salisbury (British 1874-1962): A cold painted, parcel gilt and patinated bronze model of St George and the Dragon
        Feb. 13, 2024

        Frank Salisbury (British 1874-1962): A cold painted, parcel gilt and patinated bronze model of St George and the Dragon

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        Frank Salisbury (British 1874-1962): A cold painted, parcel gilt and patinated bronze model of St George and the Dragon the saint modelled astride his rearing steed and holding his banner aloft with applied enamel plaquettes, raised on naturalistic base, and mounted on a gothic style giltwood plinth base, 54cm high overall For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

        Bonhams
      • § FRANK OWEN SALISBURY (BRITISH, 1874-1962)
        Dec. 12, 2023

        § FRANK OWEN SALISBURY (BRITISH, 1874-1962)

        Est: £400 - £600

        § FRANK OWEN SALISBURY (BRITISH, 1874-1962) FRANK OWEN SALISBURY (BRITISH, 1874-1962) The Puppet signed 'Frank O Salisbury' (lower left) and titled 'THE PUPPET' (verso) oil on canvas 73.5 x 60 cm. (29 x 23 1/2 in.) Provenance Sale; Sworders, Stansted, 31 January 2021, lot 109

        Chiswick Auctions
      • Frank O. Salisbury,  Religious figures; 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury,  Religious figures; 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Frank O. Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  Religious figures;  chalk and pastel on paper, 67.8 x 55 cm and smaller (unframed) (10) (ARR)  Provenance:  The Walpole Society, donated by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector  Note:  Frank O. Salisbury was one of the leading society portrait painters of his day. The son of a plumber and glazier, he was drawn to art at an early age and throughout his career painted many important figures in the cultural and political sphere, including Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Winston Churchill. His portraits of Dame Maud McCarthy and Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) are currently on display as part of the inaugural display at the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery in London. Salisbury also painted large-scale ceremonial, historical and religious scenes, many of which are now in public collections.  Salisbury painted in a classical but lively style, bringing his sitters to life while remaining vehemently opposed to modern methods. The works for sale with Roseberys include portraits of glamourous society figures, politicians, eminent businesspeople, and members of the aristocracy. Interesting examples include portraits of Will Keith Kellogg, founder of the eponymous cereal company, Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur and Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the Women’s School of Design in New York. There is also a highly moving study of a Nurse in Wartime uniform. Alongside these portraits, there is also a collection of large-scale studies for religious scenes.  These works have remained unseen for several decades and were recently donated to The Walpole Society by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector. 

        Roseberys
      • Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Frank O. Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  Ten portraits:  W H. Watson, Dec 16 1943;  Mrs Jane Lambert Wilson, 1949;  Sir John Tweedie, eye specialist, former president of the Royal College of Surgeons and the Ophthalmological Society, 1914; Sir John Tweedie, 1914; Rt Hon Marquess of Bath Thomas Thin, painted for county hall Trowbridge to commemorate 35 years as chairman, 1941;  Mrs Millard Evelyn Tydings, daughter of former ambassador to Moscow, husband to the former senator and speaker of the house, 1946;  G.M White, 1955;  Myron Charles Taylor, Director of the MET and Chairman of Cornell University;  Myron Charles Taylor;  Sir Edward Wilshaw, British businessman and the Chairman for Cable & Wireless (1936 to 1947), 1953; chalk and pastel on paper, 64 x 52.5 cm and smaller (unframed) (10) (ARR)  Provenance:  The Walpole Society, donated by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector  Note: Frank O. Salisbury was one of the leading society portrait painters of his day. The son of a plumber and glazier, he was drawn to art at an early age and throughout his career painted many important figures in the cultural and political sphere, including Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Winston Churchill. His portraits of Dame Maud McCarthy and Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) are currently on display as part of the inaugural display at the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery in London. Salisbury also painted large-scale ceremonial, historical and religious scenes, many of which are now in public collections.  Salisbury painted in a classical but lively style, bringing his sitters to life while remaining vehemently opposed to modern methods. The works for sale with Roseberys include portraits of glamourous society figures, politicians, eminent businesspeople, and members of the aristocracy. Interesting examples include portraits of Will Keith Kellogg, founder of the eponymous cereal company, Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur and Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the Women’s School of Design in New York. There is also a highly moving study of a Nurse in Wartime uniform. Alongside these portraits, there is also a collection of large-scale studies for religious scenes.  These works have remained unseen for several decades and were recently donated to The Walpole Society by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector. 

        Roseberys
      • Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 

        Est: £300 - £500

        Frank O. Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  Ten portraits:  Study for the portrait of The Hon. Mr Leighton ?;  Mr Waldorf, New York, 1946;  A man in an academic hood;  A man sat with his hand resting under his chin;  A man holding a book;  A man with round glasses;  a man wearing suit with striped tie;  A man leaning on a desk;  A man sat in a chair with his hands clasped and held at his chest;  A man holding a book;  chalk and pastel on paper, 64 x 51 cm and smaller (unframed) (10) (ARR)  Provenance:  The Walpole Society, donated by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector  Note: Frank O. Salisbury was one of the leading society portrait painters of his day. The son of a plumber and glazier, he was drawn to art at an early age and throughout his career painted many important figures in the cultural and political sphere, including Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Winston Churchill. His portraits of Dame Maud McCarthy and Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) are currently on display as part of the inaugural display at the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery in London. Salisbury also painted large-scale ceremonial, historical and religious scenes, many of which are now in public collections.  Salisbury painted in a classical but lively style, bringing his sitters to life while remaining vehemently opposed to modern methods. The works for sale with Roseberys include portraits of glamourous society figures, politicians, eminent businesspeople, and members of the aristocracy. Interesting examples include portraits of Will Keith Kellogg, founder of the eponymous cereal company, Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur and Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the Women’s School of Design in New York. There is also a highly moving study of a Nurse in Wartime uniform. Alongside these portraits, there is also a collection of large-scale studies for religious scenes.  These works have remained unseen for several decades and were recently donated to The Walpole Society by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector. 

        Roseberys
      • Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Frank O. Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  Ten portraits:  Sir David Wakefield, May 1955;  Unknown lady wearing a dress;  Unknown gentleman in a chair;  Unknown gentleman wearing a cloak;  Unknown gentleman in religious clothing;  Unknow lady sat in a decorative armchair wearing a red dress;  Unknown gentleman wearing a suit with a striped tie;  Unknown gentleman in a suit;  Unknown lady wearing pearls; Unknown gentleman wearing a suit and bowtie; chalk and pastel on paper, 62 x 48 cm and smaller (unframed) (10) (ARR)  Provenance:  The Walpole Society, donated by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector  Note: Frank O. Salisbury was one of the leading society portrait painters of his day. The son of a plumber and glazier, he was drawn to art at an early age and throughout his career painted many important figures in the cultural and political sphere, including Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Winston Churchill. His portraits of Dame Maud McCarthy and Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) are currently on display as part of the inaugural display at the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery in London. Salisbury also painted large-scale ceremonial, historical and religious scenes, many of which are now in public collections.  Salisbury painted in a classical but lively style, bringing his sitters to life while remaining vehemently opposed to modern methods. The works for sale with Roseberys include portraits of glamourous society figures, politicians, eminent businesspeople, and members of the aristocracy. Interesting examples include portraits of Will Keith Kellogg, founder of the eponymous cereal company, Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur and Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the Women’s School of Design in New York. There is also a highly moving study of a Nurse in Wartime uniform. Alongside these portraits, there is also a collection of large-scale studies for religious scenes.  These works have remained unseen for several decades and were recently donated to The Walpole Society by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector. 

        Roseberys
      • Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits of unnamed sitters: 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits of unnamed sitters: 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Frank O. Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  Ten portraits of unnamed sitters:  A woman wearing a ball gown;  A man in three-piece pinstripe suit;  A man wearing a suit;  Man with hands on his knees pointed right, waistcoat, jacket and tie, with another portrait in academic robes on the reverse;  A man wearing a double breasted suit sat in armchair;  A woman in a shawl;  Two portraits of a man in a red academic hood and clerical collar;  A girl;  A man in red academic robes or regalia;  chalk and pastel on paper, 66 x 54.5 cm and smaller (unframed) (10) (ARR)  Provenance:  The Walpole Society, donated by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector  Note:  Frank O. Salisbury was one of the leading society portrait painters of his day. The son of a plumber and glazier, he was drawn to art at an early age and throughout his career painted many important figures in the cultural and political sphere, including Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Winston Churchill. His portraits of Dame Maud McCarthy and Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) are currently on display as part of the inaugural display at the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery in London. Salisbury also painted large-scale ceremonial, historical and religious scenes, many of which are now in public collections.  Salisbury painted in a classical but lively style, bringing his sitters to life while remaining vehemently opposed to modern methods. The works for sale with Roseberys include portraits of glamourous society figures, politicians, eminent businesspeople, and members of the aristocracy. Interesting examples include portraits of Will Keith Kellogg, founder of the eponymous cereal company, Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur and Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the Women’s School of Design in New York. There is also a highly moving study of a Nurse in Wartime uniform. Alongside these portraits, there is also a collection of large-scale studies for religious scenes.  These works have remained unseen for several decades and were recently donated to The Walpole Society by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector. 

        Roseberys
      • Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Frank O. Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  Ten portraits:  Rev. Coslie Weatherhead, Methodist preacher, author and psychologist, 1954;  RH Robertson, 1950;  Miss Hilda M. Swift, wife of Harold Swift, the president of Chicago University, 1938;  Rev John Wesley, 1934;  Rev John Wesley, 1953;  Miss Charlotte B. Van Bomel, 1950;  Mr Edson White, President Armour company (meat processors) Chicago, 1928;  Lady Wilshaw, wife of Sir Edward Wilshaw, British businessman, and the chairman of Cable & Wireless Communications, 1944;  Mrs Olivia Whittock, 1944;  Sir Arthur Monro Sutherland (1867–1953), Lord Mayor of Newcastle upon Tyne, 1948; chalk and pastel on paper, 65.5 x 56.1 cm and smaller (unframed) (10) (ARR) Provenance:  The Walpole Society, donated by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector  Note:  Frank O. Salisbury was one of the leading society portrait painters of his day. The son of a plumber and glazier, he was drawn to art at an early age and throughout his career painted many important figures in the cultural and political sphere, including Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Winston Churchill. His portraits of Dame Maud McCarthy and Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) are currently on display as part of the inaugural display at the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery in London. Salisbury also painted large-scale ceremonial, historical and religious scenes, many of which are now in public collections.  Salisbury painted in a classical but lively style, bringing his sitters to life while remaining vehemently opposed to modern methods. The works for sale with Roseberys include portraits of glamourous society figures, politicians, eminent businesspeople, and members of the aristocracy. Interesting examples include portraits of Will Keith Kellogg, founder of the eponymous cereal company, Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur and Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the Women’s School of Design in New York. There is also a highly moving study of a Nurse in Wartime uniform. Alongside these portraits, there is also a collection of large-scale studies for religious scenes.  These works have remained unseen for several decades and were recently donated to The Walpole Society by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector. 

        Roseberys
      • Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits of unnamed sitters: 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits of unnamed sitters: 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Frank O. Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  Ten portraits of unnamed sitters:  A woman in a white dress and fur shawl;  A man in a chair, right hand leant on a walking cane;  A man with round glasses;  Two portraits of a man with round glasses holding books;  A woman seated in a dress and a fur coat draped over her;  A man in academic robe;  A young girl in a dress inscribed 'HM Queens…' on the reverse;  A man sat in a chair holding books in his hands with a figurative study on the back of the drawing;  A lord in ceremonial wear;  chalk and pastel on paper, 62 x 48 cm and smaller (unframed) (10) (ARR)  Provenance:  private collection;  The Walpole Society, donated by the above 

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      • Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Frank O. Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  Ten portraits:  Mrs S. L. Buxton, 1944;  Harold Guylee Chester, Deputy chairman, Lloyds Bank. Presented to the sitter by Lloyds bank to celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of his entry to the company. Benefactor of Methodism Vice -president designate of Methodist conference, two, with accompanying print of the finished oil, 1953;  Henry John Bostock (1870-1956) Managing director of shoe factory in Stafford, 1949; Sir Thomas Pearson Frank, "The man who saved London from drowning"; Francis Dent, "It’s a bargain" Art dealer. Painted in exchange for return of Reflections to F.O. Salisbury, 1950; John W. Crawford, Board chairman of the County Savings Institute. Chairman of the Queens County Savings Bank, with a Portrait of a gentleman with a cane on the reverse, 1938; Mrs Robert G & Patricia Elbert, 1934; Mrs John S. W.Crawford, Elizabeth McAllister, New York, 1939/9; chalk and pastel on paper, 62.5 x 48 cm and smaller (unframed) (10) (ARR)  Provenance:  The Walpole Society, donated by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector  Note:  Frank O. Salisbury was one of the leading society portrait painters of his day. The son of a plumber and glazier, he was drawn to art at an early age and throughout his career painted many important figures in the cultural and political sphere, including Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Winston Churchill. His portraits of Dame Maud McCarthy and Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) are currently on display as part of the inaugural display at the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery in London. Salisbury also painted large-scale ceremonial, historical and religious scenes, many of which are now in public collections.  Salisbury painted in a classical but lively style, bringing his sitters to life while remaining vehemently opposed to modern methods. The works for sale with Roseberys include portraits of glamourous society figures, politicians, eminent businesspeople, and members of the aristocracy. Interesting examples include portraits of Will Keith Kellogg, founder of the eponymous cereal company, Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur and Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the Women’s School of Design in New York. There is also a highly moving study of a Nurse in Wartime uniform. Alongside these portraits, there is also a collection of large-scale studies for religious scenes.  These works have remained unseen for several decades and were recently donated to The Walpole Society by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector. 

        Roseberys
      • Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Frank O. Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  Ten portraits:  Mrs Loall Lee Holt, Aug 14 1957;  Mrs Philip Halpen;  Mrs Blanche T. Kerman, 1943;  Mrs Edward F Hutton;  Edward Mauger Iliffe, Lord Iliffe of Yattendon, 1ts Baron, newspaper and insurance magnate, President of the International Lawn Tennis Club of GB, 1946;  Sir Alexander Maclean, New Zealander who immigrated to the USA and founded Macleans Ltd., supplier of products to English chemists. Returned to Bournemouth where the portrait was painted, 1945;  Rev. Ernest Benson Perkins, British Methodist minister and author, general secretary of World Methodist church. 1950;  Rev. Ernest Benson Perkins, 1956;  Mrs Lil McConnell, 1949;  W. T. Maclean, proprietor of The Bulletin, Philadelphia, 1929;  chalk and pastel on paper, 62 x 48.5 cm and smaller (unframed) (10) (ARR) Provenance:  The Walpole Society, donated by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector  Note:  Frank O. Salisbury was one of the leading society portrait painters of his day. The son of a plumber and glazier, he was drawn to art at an early age and throughout his career painted many important figures in the cultural and political sphere, including Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Winston Churchill. His portraits of Dame Maud McCarthy and Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) are currently on display as part of the inaugural display at the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery in London. Salisbury also painted large-scale ceremonial, historical and religious scenes, many of which are now in public collections.  Salisbury painted in a classical but lively style, bringing his sitters to life while remaining vehemently opposed to modern methods. The works for sale with Roseberys include portraits of glamourous society figures, politicians, eminent businesspeople, and members of the aristocracy. Interesting examples include portraits of Will Keith Kellogg, founder of the eponymous cereal company, Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur and Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the Women’s School of Design in New York. There is also a highly moving study of a Nurse in Wartime uniform. Alongside these portraits, there is also a collection of large-scale studies for religious scenes.  These works have remained unseen for several decades and were recently donated to The Walpole Society by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector. 

        Roseberys
      • Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Frank O. Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  Ten portraits:  Mrs Lloyd, Head Mistress;  Mr Shapley; A man wearing a suit and waistcoat; Judge ?; A man in an armchair; Seated military figure,1st Lieutenant; Two portraits of a man with round glasses and white moustache in a suit, "David…"; Probably Rt. Rev. Dr. Gerald Ellison, Lord Bishop of Chester; Portrait of a man in white tie, possibly Wilson; chalk and pastel on paper, 66 x 55 cm and smaller (unframed) (10) (ARR)  Provenance:  The Walpole Society, donated by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector  Note: Frank O. Salisbury was one of the leading society portrait painters of his day. The son of a plumber and glazier, he was drawn to art at an early age and throughout his career painted many important figures in the cultural and political sphere, including Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Winston Churchill. His portraits of Dame Maud McCarthy and Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) are currently on display as part of the inaugural display at the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery in London. Salisbury also painted large-scale ceremonial, historical and religious scenes, many of which are now in public collections.  Salisbury painted in a classical but lively style, bringing his sitters to life while remaining vehemently opposed to modern methods. The works for sale with Roseberys include portraits of glamourous society figures, politicians, eminent businesspeople, and members of the aristocracy. Interesting examples include portraits of Will Keith Kellogg, founder of the eponymous cereal company, Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur and Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the Women’s School of Design in New York. There is also a highly moving study of a Nurse in Wartime uniform. Alongside these portraits, there is also a collection of large-scale studies for religious scenes.  These works have remained unseen for several decades and were recently donated to The Walpole Society by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector. 

        Roseberys
      • Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Frank O. Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  Ten portraits:  Rev. Dr Harold Roberts, the President of World Methodist council, Dean at Leeds University. Faculty of Theology, President Designate at British Methodist conference, 1956;  A.L. Regensburg ?;  Second daughter of Charles Seaburn, father was president of Chicago association of commerce, Member of Marsh and Mclennon, 1954; Edward T. Stotesbury, a prominent investment banker from Philadelphia. Oil on canvas painting dated 1929 (fig.3) Laid the financial foundations of U.S steel with J. Pierpoint Morgan, 1929; Capt. Hon. H.C O'Callaghan Prittie, The rifle Brigade. Later, 5th Baron Dunalley, 1915; The Right Hon Lord Queensborough, painted as President of the Royal society of St George, 1947;  Mrs Sylvia B. Rhodes, 1949;  Frank W.J. Smith, managing director of three companies; Cropper & Co, Colthorp Board and Paper Mills, and Containers LTD. 1940;  Ernest Evan Spicer, 1945;  Ernest Evan Spicer, 1945;  chalk and pastel on paper, 69 x 56 cm and smaller (unframed) (10) (ARR)  Provenance:  The Walpole Society, donated by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector  Note: Frank O. Salisbury was one of the leading society portrait painters of his day. The son of a plumber and glazier, he was drawn to art at an early age and throughout his career painted many important figures in the cultural and political sphere, including Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Winston Churchill. His portraits of Dame Maud McCarthy and Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) are currently on display as part of the inaugural display at the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery in London. Salisbury also painted large-scale ceremonial, historical and religious scenes, many of which are now in public collections.  Salisbury painted in a classical but lively style, bringing his sitters to life while remaining vehemently opposed to modern methods. The works for sale with Roseberys include portraits of glamourous society figures, politicians, eminent businesspeople, and members of the aristocracy. Interesting examples include portraits of Will Keith Kellogg, founder of the eponymous cereal company, Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur and Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the Women’s School of Design in New York. There is also a highly moving study of a Nurse in Wartime uniform. Alongside these portraits, there is also a collection of large-scale studies for religious scenes.  These works have remained unseen for several decades and were recently donated to The Walpole Society by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector. 

        Roseberys
      • Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits of unknown sitters: 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits of unknown sitters: 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Frank O. Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  Ten portraits of unknown sitters:  A gentleman in a suit;  A young woman sat wearing dress and long necklace;  A man wearing a suit and round glasses;  A man with a moustache and striped tie;  a man sat with hands clasped on knees;  Possibly J.R.W Alexander 1947. New York, a woman in black or dark coloured dress, fur robe and triple pearl necklace;  A gentleman in a suit with white beard;  A man sat in an armchair ;  A man wearing a three piece suit;  A man with gaze directed right;  chalk and pastel on paper, 64 x 52 cm and smaller (unframed) (10) (ARR)  Provenance:  The Walpole Society, donated by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector  Note:  Frank O. Salisbury was one of the leading society portrait painters of his day. The son of a plumber and glazier, he was drawn to art at an early age and throughout his career painted many important figures in the cultural and political sphere, including Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Winston Churchill. His portraits of Dame Maud McCarthy and Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) are currently on display as part of the inaugural display at the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery in London. Salisbury also painted large-scale ceremonial, historical and religious scenes, many of which are now in public collections.  Salisbury painted in a classical but lively style, bringing his sitters to life while remaining vehemently opposed to modern methods. The works for sale with Roseberys include portraits of glamourous society figures, politicians, eminent businesspeople, and members of the aristocracy. Interesting examples include portraits of Will Keith Kellogg, founder of the eponymous cereal company, Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur and Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the Women’s School of Design in New York. There is also a highly moving study of a Nurse in Wartime uniform. Alongside these portraits, there is also a collection of large-scale studies for religious scenes.  These works have remained unseen for several decades and were recently donated to The Walpole Society by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector. 

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      • Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Frank O. Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  Ten portraits:  Judge Milllar, corporate lawyer, former NYC Governor and New York court of appeals Judge;  Alderman William Miles, the Mayor of Southend-on-Sea, 1945;  Alderman William Miles, 1945;  Sir Denys Lowson, Lord Mayor of London in the year 1950. 1940;  Mrs Stephanie Post, 1944;  Portrait of a woman in RAF uniform, 1943;  Portrait of a woman in RAF uniform, 1943;  Munday, J. Miller, 1944;  Mrs Eleanor Rose Rand, 1934;  Mrs Eleanor Rose Rand, 1934;  chalk and pastel on paper, 63.4 x 50 cm and smaller (unframed) (10) (ARR)  Provenance:  The Walpole Society, donated by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector  Note:  Frank O. Salisbury was one of the leading society portrait painters of his day. The son of a plumber and glazier, he was drawn to art at an early age and throughout his career painted many important figures in the cultural and political sphere, including Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Winston Churchill. His portraits of Dame Maud McCarthy and Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) are currently on display as part of the inaugural display at the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery in London. Salisbury also painted large-scale ceremonial, historical and religious scenes, many of which are now in public collections.  Salisbury painted in a classical but lively style, bringing his sitters to life while remaining vehemently opposed to modern methods. The works for sale with Roseberys include portraits of glamourous society figures, politicians, eminent businesspeople, and members of the aristocracy. Interesting examples include portraits of Will Keith Kellogg, founder of the eponymous cereal company, Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur and Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the Women’s School of Design in New York. There is also a highly moving study of a Nurse in Wartime uniform. Alongside these portraits, there is also a collection of large-scale studies for religious scenes.  These works have remained unseen for several decades and were recently donated to The Walpole Society by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector. 

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      • Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Frank O. Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  Ten portraits:  Hugh Bullock, worked on Wall Street, connected with the pilgrims trust?, son of Calvin Bullock;  Mrs Joy Allpress, authority on antique and period decoration;  Col. Robert James Blackham, army physician, barrister, author, political and Clark of the glaziers company (later Major General);  Rev. Dr. Samuel Leslie Parke Cadman, leading American churchman, NBC religious broadcaster. Author, pastored central congregational church in Brooklyn, President of Federal council of churches of Christ, two;  Rev Sidney Arthur Alexander, Canon of St Pauls Cathedral, painting commemorates 40 years of service with a study on reverse of the Rt Hon 7th Lord M ??, 1943;  Bishop Asbury, aka 'The prophet of the Long Road led American Methodism from 1784, portrayed as though he was 39, 1957;  Dr N.M. Butler, President of Columbia, Nobel peace Prize, President of Carnegie endowment for international peace, 1931;  Steven Baker, Chairman of Manhattan Bank, 1931;  Sir Charles John Bartlett, Chairman of Vauxhall Motors Ltd. Luton. Resident of Harpenden, Herts, 1954;  chalk and pastel on paper,64.5 x 50.7 cm and smaller (unframed) (10) (ARR)  Provenance:  The Walpole Society, donated by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector  Note:  Frank O. Salisbury was one of the leading society portrait painters of his day. The son of a plumber and glazier, he was drawn to art at an early age and throughout his career painted many important figures in the cultural and political sphere, including Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Winston Churchill. His portraits of Dame Maud McCarthy and Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) are currently on display as part of the inaugural display at the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery in London. Salisbury also painted large-scale ceremonial, historical and religious scenes, many of which are now in public collections.  Salisbury painted in a classical but lively style, bringing his sitters to life while remaining vehemently opposed to modern methods. The works for sale with Roseberys include portraits of glamourous society figures, politicians, eminent businesspeople, and members of the aristocracy. Interesting examples include portraits of Will Keith Kellogg, founder of the eponymous cereal company, Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur and Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the Women’s School of Design in New York. There is also a highly moving study of a Nurse in Wartime uniform. Alongside these portraits, there is also a collection of large-scale studies for religious scenes.  These works have remained unseen for several decades and were recently donated to The Walpole Society by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector. 

        Roseberys
      • Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Frank O. Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  Ten portraits:  Mrs Stuart Goodwin, 1947;  The Hon. Joseph E. Davies, the United States' second ambassador to the Soviet Union during the 1930s. Pictured with his wife Marjorie Merriweather Post;  The Hon. Joseph E. Davies;  J. Dent, 1953;  Rev. Dr Harris Elliot Kirk, Eminent preacher, pastor at Franklyn Street Presbyterian church since 1901, c.1925;  Will Keith Kellogg, 1938. Founder of Kellogg Company (cereal);  Judge Frank Harris Hiscock, Lawyer in Syracuse, modernised 20th century US law, Chief Judge for New York State of appeals, 1938;  Mr Edward Stephen Harkness, American Philanthropist, distributed 130 million of his fathers investment profits, founded UK Pilgrim Trust and one of Yale's greatest benefactors, 1932;  Mrs Edward S. Harkness, 1933;  Mrs Edward S. Harkness, 1933; chalk and pastel on paper, 63.5 x 50.5 cm and smaller (unframed) (10) (ARR)  Provenance:  The Walpole Society, donated by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector  Note:  Frank O. Salisbury was one of the leading society portrait painters of his day. The son of a plumber and glazier, he was drawn to art at an early age and throughout his career painted many important figures in the cultural and political sphere, including Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Winston Churchill. His portraits of Dame Maud McCarthy and Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) are currently on display as part of the inaugural display at the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery in London. Salisbury also painted large-scale ceremonial, historical and religious scenes, many of which are now in public collections.  Salisbury painted in a classical but lively style, bringing his sitters to life while remaining vehemently opposed to modern methods. The works for sale with Roseberys include portraits of glamourous society figures, politicians, eminent businesspeople, and members of the aristocracy. Interesting examples include portraits of Will Keith Kellogg, founder of the eponymous cereal company, Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur and Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the Women’s School of Design in New York. There is also a highly moving study of a Nurse in Wartime uniform. Alongside these portraits, there is also a collection of large-scale studies for religious scenes.  These works have remained unseen for several decades and were recently donated to The Walpole Society by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector. 

        Roseberys
      • Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Frank O. Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  Ten portraits:  Col. Sir John Atkins, physician and surgeon. Army surgeon in the 2nd Boer War and First World War. Researched gas attacks, 1954;  Fred Baltime, with a sketch of woman on reverse;  Mrs Andrew Carnegie, former rector at St Andrews University, wife of philanthropist and industrialist Andrew Carnegie, two, 1933;  Col. Sealy Clark, Salvation Army Colonel, 1946;  Dr. Frank Nathan Daniel Buchman, Founder of the controversial religious movement that became Moral Re-armament. Switzerland, 1938;  Mr Alkin;  Mrs Victor Bond, two;  Miss Beryl Badson;  chalk and pastel on paper, 66 x 47.5 cm and smaller (unframed) (10) (ARR) Provenance:  The Walpole Society, donated by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector  Note:  Frank O. Salisbury was one of the leading society portrait painters of his day. The son of a plumber and glazier, he was drawn to art at an early age and throughout his career painted many important figures in the cultural and political sphere, including Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Winston Churchill. His portraits of Dame Maud McCarthy and Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) are currently on display as part of the inaugural display at the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery in London. Salisbury also painted large-scale ceremonial, historical and religious scenes, many of which are now in public collections.  Salisbury painted in a classical but lively style, bringing his sitters to life while remaining vehemently opposed to modern methods. The works for sale with Roseberys include portraits of glamourous society figures, politicians, eminent businesspeople, and members of the aristocracy. Interesting examples include portraits of Will Keith Kellogg, founder of the eponymous cereal company, Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur and Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the Women’s School of Design in New York. There is also a highly moving study of a Nurse in Wartime uniform. Alongside these portraits, there is also a collection of large-scale studies for religious scenes.  These works have remained unseen for several decades and were recently donated to The Walpole Society by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector. 

        Roseberys
      • Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Frank O. Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  Ten portraits:  Mrs Angela Gabler, with a portrait of a gentleman on the reverse, 1945;  Mrs John S. W. Crawford, (Elizabeth McAllister), 1938/39;  George Robert Freeman, 1943;  Mr Sealy Clark, with additional portrait of Clark in military uniform on the reverse;  John Darling, 1949;  possibly the Duke of Devonshire;  Colonel J. B. Gartside, 1951;  Sir William Coraus;  Mrs Angela Gabler, 1945;  Portrait of a woman;  chalk and pastel on paper, 65 x 50.5 cm and smaller (unframed) (10) (ARR) Provenance:  The Walpole Society, donated by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector  Note:  Frank O. Salisbury was one of the leading society portrait painters of his day. The son of a plumber and glazier, he was drawn to art at an early age and throughout his career painted many important figures in the cultural and political sphere, including Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Winston Churchill. His portraits of Dame Maud McCarthy and Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) are currently on display as part of the inaugural display at the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery in London. Salisbury also painted large-scale ceremonial, historical and religious scenes, many of which are now in public collections.  Salisbury painted in a classical but lively style, bringing his sitters to life while remaining vehemently opposed to modern methods. The works for sale with Roseberys include portraits of glamourous society figures, politicians, eminent businesspeople, and members of the aristocracy. Interesting examples include portraits of Will Keith Kellogg, founder of the eponymous cereal company, Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur and Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the Women’s School of Design in New York. There is also a highly moving study of a Nurse in Wartime uniform. Alongside these portraits, there is also a collection of large-scale studies for religious scenes.  These works have remained unseen for several decades and were recently donated to The Walpole Society by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector. 

        Roseberys
      • Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Frank O. Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  Ten portraits:  HH Princess Harriner, India June 22 1953;  Miss Beatrice Harrison or "Pietro and Beatrice" Renowned Cellist who played throughout Europe and the USA, first Cellist and youngest to ever win the Mendelssohn prize. She inspired and worked with composers like Elgar, Delius and Charles Villers Stanford. She performed the hugely popular debut radio broadcast in her garden with the BBC, the first en plein air performance, 1944;  Lord Inverforth, 1st Baron Andrew Weir. Four Portraits. President, Andrew Weir shipping & Trading Co. Former Surveyor - General of Supply at War Office and Minister of Munitions. Painted at his home in Hampstead. 1934/44/47;  Mrs Edward F. Hutton, 1937;  John Marten Evans, 1945;  Rev Fredrick Harrison, 1958;  Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the women's school of design in New York, 1928;  Hon. Mrs Renee Iliffe, 1945;  Thomas D. Jones, 1929;  Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur, wife to the Ruler of the state of Bhahwalpur, 1956;  chalk and pastel on paper, 64.5 x 50.5 cm and smaller (unframed) (10) (ARR)  Provenance:  The Walpole Society, donated by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector  Note: Frank O. Salisbury was one of the leading society portrait painters of his day. The son of a plumber and glazier, he was drawn to art at an early age and throughout his career painted many important figures in the cultural and political sphere, including Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Winston Churchill. His portraits of Dame Maud McCarthy and Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) are currently on display as part of the inaugural display at the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery in London. Salisbury also painted large-scale ceremonial, historical and religious scenes, many of which are now in public collections.  Salisbury painted in a classical but lively style, bringing his sitters to life while remaining vehemently opposed to modern methods. The works for sale with Roseberys include portraits of glamourous society figures, politicians, eminent businesspeople, and members of the aristocracy. Interesting examples include portraits of Will Keith Kellogg, founder of the eponymous cereal company, Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur and Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the Women’s School of Design in New York. There is also a highly moving study of a Nurse in Wartime uniform. Alongside these portraits, there is also a collection of large-scale studies for religious scenes.  These works have remained unseen for several decades and were recently donated to The Walpole Society by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector. 

        Roseberys
      • Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Frank O. Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  Ten portraits:  W. Harold Perry, Founder and director of Perry's (North London Ford car distributors), 1947;  Sir James Owen, Mayor during the great war, 1923;  Mrs Stephanie Post, 1944;  Sir Edward Francis Knapp-Fisher, Receiver General, custodian and chapter clerk of Westminster Abbey, 1936;  Lady Eva Mary Price, exhibited at royal society of portrait painters in 1948. 1946;  Robert Maclean;  Mrs Marjorie Miller, 1944;  Mrs Marjorie Miller, 1944;  Sholto J. Ogilvie, 1946;  Dr. William Frederick Lofthouse, Rev. Methodist Minister and author, principal and tutor in systematic theology and philosophy at Handsworth College, Birmingham. 1939;  chalk and pastel on paper, 67 x 52 cm and smaller (unframed) (10) (ARR) Provenance:  The Walpole Society, donated by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector  Note:  Frank O. Salisbury was one of the leading society portrait painters of his day. The son of a plumber and glazier, he was drawn to art at an early age and throughout his career painted many important figures in the cultural and political sphere, including Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Winston Churchill. His portraits of Dame Maud McCarthy and Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) are currently on display as part of the inaugural display at the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery in London. Salisbury also painted large-scale ceremonial, historical and religious scenes, many of which are now in public collections.  Salisbury painted in a classical but lively style, bringing his sitters to life while remaining vehemently opposed to modern methods. The works for sale with Roseberys include portraits of glamourous society figures, politicians, eminent businesspeople, and members of the aristocracy. Interesting examples include portraits of Will Keith Kellogg, founder of the eponymous cereal company, Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur and Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the Women’s School of Design in New York. There is also a highly moving study of a Nurse in Wartime uniform. Alongside these portraits, there is also a collection of large-scale studies for religious scenes.  These works have remained unseen for several decades and were recently donated to The Walpole Society by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector. 

        Roseberys
      • Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury,  Ten portraits: 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Frank O. Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  Ten portraits:  Lady Scott, 1946;  Lady Scott, 1946;  Study for portrait;  Study for portrait;  Mr Edward Townsend Stotesbury, Philidelphia banker. Quaker. Laid the financial foundations of US Steel with J.P. Morgan, 1955;  Rt. Rev. Ernest Milmore Stires, Episcipal Bishop of Long Island. 1927;  Rt. Rev. Ernest Milmore Stires, 1927; Study of a Nurse; Portrait of a man in a academic/ceremonial gown;  Mrs Edna Samuel, wife of Harold Samuel, Chairman of Land Securities, 1950;  chalk and pastel on paper, 63.5 x 50.5 cm and smaller (unframed) (10) (ARR) Provenance:  The Walpole Society, donated by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector  Note: Frank O. Salisbury was one of the leading society portrait painters of his day. The son of a plumber and glazier, he was drawn to art at an early age and throughout his career painted many important figures in the cultural and political sphere, including Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Winston Churchill. His portraits of Dame Maud McCarthy and Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) are currently on display as part of the inaugural display at the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery in London. Salisbury also painted large-scale ceremonial, historical and religious scenes, many of which are now in public collections.  Salisbury painted in a classical but lively style, bringing his sitters to life while remaining vehemently opposed to modern methods. The works for sale with Roseberys include portraits of glamourous society figures, politicians, eminent businesspeople, and members of the aristocracy. Interesting examples include portraits of Will Keith Kellogg, founder of the eponymous cereal company, Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur and Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the Women’s School of Design in New York. There is also a highly moving study of a Nurse in Wartime uniform. Alongside these portraits, there is also a collection of large-scale studies for religious scenes.  These works have remained unseen for several decades and were recently donated to The Walpole Society by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector. 

        Roseberys
      • Frank Salisbury,  9 religious figures and 4 unknown sitters; 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Frank Salisbury,  9 religious figures and 4 unknown sitters; 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Frank Salisbury,  British 1874-1962 -  9 religious figures and 4 unknown sitters;  chalk and pastel on paper, 73 x 56 cm and smaller (unframed) (13) (ARR)  Provenance:  The Walpole Society, donated by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector  Note:  Frank O. Salisbury was one of the leading society portrait painters of his day. The son of a plumber and glazier, he was drawn to art at an early age and throughout his career painted many important figures in the cultural and political sphere, including Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Winston Churchill. His portraits of Dame Maud McCarthy and Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) are currently on display as part of the inaugural display at the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery in London. Salisbury also painted large-scale ceremonial, historical and religious scenes, many of which are now in public collections.  Salisbury painted in a classical but lively style, bringing his sitters to life while remaining vehemently opposed to modern methods. The works for sale with Roseberys include portraits of glamourous society figures, politicians, eminent businesspeople, and members of the aristocracy. Interesting examples include portraits of Will Keith Kellogg, founder of the eponymous cereal company, Her Highness the Ameera of Bhahwalpur and Mrs Dunlap Hopkins, President of the Women’s School of Design in New York. There is also a highly moving study of a Nurse in Wartime uniform. Alongside these portraits, there is also a collection of large-scale studies for religious scenes.  These works have remained unseen for several decades and were recently donated to The Walpole Society by Philip Mould & Company on behalf of a private collector. 

        Roseberys
      • Salisbury (Frank Owen, 1874-1962). King Peter of Serbia, oil on canvas laid down on board
        Oct. 18, 2023

        Salisbury (Frank Owen, 1874-1962). King Peter of Serbia, oil on canvas laid down on board

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        Salisbury (Frank Owen, 1874-1962). King Peter of Serbia, oil on canvas laid down on board * Salisbury (Frank Owen, 1874-1962). King Peter of Serbia, oil on canvas laid down on board, signed 'Frank O Salisbury' lower right, 62.5 x 49 cm (24 5/8 x 19 1/4 ins), together with 10 chalk portraits of various sitters, dated 1945-61, comprising: Duchess of Gloucester, 5th Baron Huntingfield (x2), Sir Henry Wood, General Sir Charles Willoughby Moke Norrie, Rt. Hon. William Lyon Mackenzie King, Sir William Blake Richmond, George Fisher Baker, etc., all but three signed, various sizes, largest 62 x 49 cm (24 1/2 x 19 1/4 ins), mounted QTY: (11) NOTE: Salisbury was a skilled and revered portrait painter, commissioned to produce portraits of some of the most eminent figures including Winston Churchill and six American presidents.

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • Frank Owen Salisbury, Church interior
        Sep. 12, 2023

        Frank Owen Salisbury, Church interior

        Est: £500 - £700

        Frank Owen Salisbury, British 1874-1962 - Church interior; oil on board, signed lower left 'Frank Salisbury', 48 x 35.5 cm: together with another oil on board by the same artist of similar size and subject (2)

        Roseberys
      • Frank O. Salisbury (English, 1874-1962), Catherine of Aragon
        Jul. 12, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury (English, 1874-1962), Catherine of Aragon

        Est: $10 - $200

        Chromolithograph of The Trial of Queen Catherine of Aragon as she pleads with King Henry VIII to remain married while the Pope refuses to annul their union. This stunningly detailed chromolithograph is based on a study by Academic artist Frank Owen Salisbury (English, 1874–1962) for a mural at the Houses of Parliament, London. Sight size: 21”L x 20.30”H. Frame size: 25”L x 24.40”H x 1.10”W. Artist: Frank Owen Salisbury Issued: c. 1930 Country of Origin: England

        Lion and Unicorn
      • FRANK OWEN SALISBURY, RI ROI RP,  BRITISH 1874-1962-  12 PORTRAIT STUDIES OF SITTERS;  COMPRISING
        Mar. 29, 2023

        FRANK OWEN SALISBURY, RI ROI RP,  BRITISH 1874-1962-  12 PORTRAIT STUDIES OF SITTERS;  COMPRISING

        Est: £1,500 - £2,000

        Frank Owen Salisbury, RI ROI RP,  British 1874-1962-  12 portrait studies of sitters;  comprising King Peter of Serbia (1844-1921); oil on canvas laid down on board, signed 'Frank O Salisbury' (lower right), 62.5 x 49 cm., (unframed). ARR.  together with eleven drawings of sitters including Benito Mussolini (1883-1945); Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester (1901-2004); William Vanneck, 5th Baron Huntingfield (1883-1969); William Vanneck, 5th Baron Huntingfield (1883-1969); Sir Henry Wood (1869-1944); General Sir Charles Willoughby Moke Norrie (1893-1977); Field Marshall the Rt. Hon. Jan Christian Smuts (1870-1950); Rt. Hon. William Lyon Mackenzie King (1874-1950); Sir William Blake Richmond RA (1842-1921); George Fisher Baker (1840-1931); David Cecil, Marquess of Exeter (1905-1981);  the drawings variously black, white, and coloured chalks on paper, eleven 62 x 49 cm., one 57.5 x 44.5 cm. (Sir William Richmond), the first signed, inscribed and dated 'Mussolini / Rome. 1934 / first study Frank O. Salisbury' (lower right); the second signed and inscribed 'HRH The Duchess of Gloucester / Frank O. Salisbury' (lower right); the third signed and inscribed 'Lord Huntingfield / Frank O. Salisbury' (lower right), and further inscribed 'The Rt. Hon. Lord Huntingfield' (upper left); the fourth signed 'Frank O. Salisbury' (lower right), and inscribed 'The Rt. Hon. Lord Huntingfield' (upper left); the fifth signed and inscribed 'Sir Henry Wood / Frank O. Salisbury' (lower right) and with a further chalk study of the sitter verso; the sixth signed and inscribed 'General Sir C. Norrie / Frank O. Salisbury' (lower left); the eighth signed, inscribed and dated 'The Rt. Hon. Mackenzie King / Frank O. Salisbury / Oct 19-1945' (lower left), the ninth inscribed 'Study for portrait / Sir William Richmond K.C.B. R.A.' (lower edge); the tenth inscribed 'Geo. F Baker' (lower right); the eleventh signed and inscribed 'First study for Portrait. Oct 1961 / Frank O. Salisbury' (lower right) and further inscribed 'Marquis of Exeter Last Portrait / he painted' on the reverse, twelve (12), (mounted / unframed).  Note:  Salisbury was a highly skilled and revered portrait painter, producing likenesses of some of the most eminent figures in early to mid-20th-century high society. He achieved immense successes on both sides of the Atlantic, painting Winston Churchill on more occasions than any other artist, six American presidents, and many of the most prominent American businessmen of the day, such as W. K. Kellogg and J. P. Morgan. Other significant portraits include those of Richard Burton, Andrew Carnegie (posthumous), Sir Alan Cobham, Sir Robert Ludwig Mond, Maria Montessori, Montgomery of Alamein, Earl Mountbatten of Burma, John Player, and Lord Rank. Significantly, he was the first artist to paint Queen Elizabeth II. For images of the finished paintings in oils of his various sitters, see A. Barber, ‘The Art of Frank Salisbury’, Essex, 1936. 

        Roseberys
      • FRANK SALISBURY (BRITISH 1874-1962) HEAD AND SHOULDER PORTRAIT OF HIS MAJESTY THE KING GEORGE V
        Feb. 23, 2023

        FRANK SALISBURY (BRITISH 1874-1962) HEAD AND SHOULDER PORTRAIT OF HIS MAJESTY THE KING GEORGE V

        Est: £800 - £1,200

        FRANK SALISBURY (BRITISH 1874-1962) HEAD AND SHOULDER PORTRAIT OF HIS MAJESTY THE KING GEORGE V Signed, inscribed and dated 'The Burial of the unknown warrior, 1920', charcoal and chalk on buff paper (51cm x 36cm (20in x 14in))

        Lyon & Turnbull
      • Frank O. Salisbury RI, ROI, RP (British, 1874-1962) Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022)
        Feb. 08, 2023

        Frank O. Salisbury RI, ROI, RP (British, 1874-1962) Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022)

        Est: £700 - £900

        Frank O. Salisbury RI, ROI, RP (British, 1874-1962) Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022) signed and dated 'Oct 22 1956/Frank O. Salisbury' (lower left) oil on canvas 58.4 x 46.3cm (23 x 18 1/4in).

        Bonhams
      • F. O. SALISBURY ENGLISH NOBLEMAN OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS
        Nov. 29, 2022

        F. O. SALISBURY ENGLISH NOBLEMAN OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS

        Est: $250 - $500

        F. O. SALISBURY ENGLISH NOBLEMAN OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS Frank O. Salisbury (British, 1874-1962) oil on canvas painting depicting an English nobleman. Set in wood gilt frame. Signed and dated 1931 in bottom right corner.  Size - Framed: 37 x 45" Size - Viewable: 32.5 x 40.5

        Omnia Auctions
      • Large Frank Owen Salisbury Portrait of Gentleman
        Aug. 21, 2022

        Large Frank Owen Salisbury Portrait of Gentleman

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        SALISBURY, Frank Owen, (British, 1874-1962): Portrait of a distinguished gentleman in suit, Oil/Canvas, signed lower right, 44.5" x 34.25", framed 53.5" x 43.5". Condition: Craquelure throughout, wax relined.

        Amero Auctions
      • Salisbury, Frank (1874 - 1962), Lady in Brown
        Jul. 01, 2022

        Salisbury, Frank (1874 - 1962), Lady in Brown

        Est: £5,000 - £10,000

        Salisbury, Frank (1874 - 1962) A portrait of his wife entitled 'Lady in Brown' Oil on canvas In a carved Sunderland frame Property of a Gentleman Dimensions: (Frame) 65 in (H) x 47.5 in (W) (Canvas) 54 in (H) x 39 in (W)

        Sloane Street Auctions
      • Francis Owen Salisbury, (British 1874-1962), Portrait of a Woman Wearing an Embroidered Cloak, Oil on canvas, 36 x 24 in (91.4 x 60.7 cm)
        May. 13, 2022

        Francis Owen Salisbury, (British 1874-1962), Portrait of a Woman Wearing an Embroidered Cloak, Oil on canvas, 36 x 24 in (91.4 x 60.7 cm)

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Francis Owen Salisbury (British, 1874-1962) Portrait of a Woman Wearing an Embroidered Cloak Oil on canvas Signed Frank O. Salisbury l.l.

        Weschler's
      • FRANCIS OWEN SALISBURY (ENGLISH 1874 - 1962), INTERIOR: THE MORNING LIGHT
        May. 10, 2022

        FRANCIS OWEN SALISBURY (ENGLISH 1874 - 1962), INTERIOR: THE MORNING LIGHT

        Est: £600 - £800

        FRANCIS OWEN SALISBURY (ENGLISH 1874 - 1962)INTERIOR: THE MORNING LIGHTOil on canvasSigned and dated 31.7.16 (upper right)59.5 x 49cm (23¼ x 19¼ in.)Together with another interior, oil on canvas, The National Gallery in London, by Charles Bright, dated 1936 and an interior by another hand (oil on board). (3)

        Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
      • FRANK OWEN SALISBURY (1874-1962) BRITISH. OIL ON CANVAS
        Feb. 05, 2022

        FRANK OWEN SALISBURY (1874-1962) BRITISH. OIL ON CANVAS

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        FRANK OWEN SALISBURY (1874-1962) BRITISH. OIL ON CANVAS FRANK OWEN SALISBURY (1874-1962) BRITISH. OIL ON CANVAS Madonna Lilies, inscribed on revese ''MADONNA LILIES GROWN AND PAINTED BY FRANK O. SALISBURY 1941' - Signed and dated July 17th 1941, in decorative gilt moulded frame

        Hutchinson Scott Limited
      • Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962), Portrait of of the artists wife, Alice Maude Greenwood, Oil on canvas, 90 x 70cm.
        Sep. 28, 2021

        Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962), Portrait of of the artists wife, Alice Maude Greenwood, Oil on canvas, 90 x 70cm.

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        § Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962) Portrait of of the artists wife, Alice Maude Greenwood Oil on canvas Signed and dated New York 1927

        Gorringes
      • *Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962)
        Sep. 15, 2021

        *Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962)

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        *Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962) *Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962) Portrait of a lady, three-quarter length seated, in a grey dress and holding a book signed 'Frank O Salisbury' l.l., oil on canvas 102 x 76.5cm, together with the bracelet worn by the sitter, a gold Edwardian gate bracelet set with turquoise cabochons and split pearls, marked 9ct (2) *Artist's Resale Right may apply to this lot.

        Sworders
      • SALISBURY Frank Owen (British 1874-1962), Portrait of a Widow Knitting, Oil on Canvas, 109x85cm
        Jul. 11, 2021

        SALISBURY Frank Owen (British 1874-1962), Portrait of a Widow Knitting, Oil on Canvas, 109x85cm

        Est: $400 - $700

        SALISBURY, Frank Owen (British 1874-1962) Portrait of a Widow Knitting Signed lower left. Oil on Canvas 109x85cm

        Davidson Auctions
      • Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962), The Garden, Summerchase, The Circle of Senely, September 1940, oil on board, 37 x 50cm
        Jun. 29, 2021

        Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962), The Garden, Summerchase, The Circle of Senely, September 1940, oil on board, 37 x 50cm

        Est: £600 - £800

        § Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962) The Garden, Summerchase, The Circle of Senely, September 1940 oil on board signed and inscribed verso

        Gorringes
      • § FRANK O. SALISBURY (1874-1962) ONWARD CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS
        Apr. 21, 2021

        § FRANK O. SALISBURY (1874-1962) ONWARD CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        § FRANK O. SALISBURY (1874-1962) ONWARD CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS oil on canvas, signed and dated with monogram lower right 1911 (63cm x 90cm) Footnote: Provenance: From Castle of Park, Aberdeenshire

        Lyon & Turnbull
      • * Elizabeth II (1926-). Autograph Letter Signed, 1951
        Apr. 07, 2021

        * Elizabeth II (1926-). Autograph Letter Signed, 1951

        Est: £500 - £800

        * Elizabeth II (1926- ). Queen of the United Kingdom 1952- . Autograph Letter Signed, 'Elizabeth' as Princess, Sandringham, Norfolk, 28 December 1951, to the portrait painter Frank O. Salisbury (1874-1962), in response to his offer of a portrait of her grandfather King George V, '... I cannot begin to say how very touched I am by your extremely kind gesture, and you can be certain that the picture will be a very treasured possession. I only hope that I did not give the impression the other day that I was begging for it! ...', written in blue ink on Sandringham letterhead, slight adhesion remains to blank upper margin of second page, two pages, 8vo, together with Salisbury's autograph draft letter signed to the Princess Elizabeth, Sarum Chase, Hampstead, 15 December 1951, explaining the background to the picture, '... I feel that it is destined to be yours, especially as your beloved grandfather so graciously gave me helpful sittings for it, to enable me to paint the larger portrait that is now in the Washington National Gallery commemorating the fact that in the Great War our two nations fought together for Justice & Peace...', slight adhesion remains to blank inner margin of second page, two pages, 4to Qty: (2)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • FRANK OWEN SALISBURY, R.I., R.O.I. (HARPENDEN 1874-1962 LONDON), Study of H.R.H. the Duke of York (later King George VI) for 'The Burial of the Unknown Warrior in Westminster Abbey, November 11, 1920',
        Dec. 08, 2020

        FRANK OWEN SALISBURY, R.I., R.O.I. (HARPENDEN 1874-1962 LONDON), Study of H.R.H. the Duke of York (later King George VI) for 'The Burial of the Unknown Warrior in Westminster Abbey, November 11, 1920',

        Est: £1,200 - £1,800

        FRANK OWEN SALISBURY, R.I., R.O.I. (HARPENDEN 1874-1962 LONDON) Study of H.R.H. the Duke of York (later King George VI) for 'The Burial of the Unknown Warrior in Westminster Abbey, November 11, 1920' signed and inscribed 'H.R.H. The Duke of York/ Frank O. Salisbury' (lower right) black and white chalk on blue-grey paper 19 3/4 x 14 in. (50.2 x 35.5 cm.) ,

        Christie's
      • *Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962)
        Oct. 20, 2020

        *Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962)

        Est: £1,000 - £2,000

        *Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962) *Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962) 'Grapevine' signed l.r., titled verso, oil on canvas 91.5 x 71cm *Artist's Resale Right may apply to this lot.

        Sworders
      • *Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962)
        Oct. 20, 2020

        *Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962)

        Est: £500 - £700

        *Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962) *Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962) A 13th century bridge, Lucerne, Switzerland; St Marks, Venice a pair, both signed l.l., oil on canvas laid on board 36 x 49cm (2) *Artist's Resale Right may apply to this lot.

        Sworders
      • *Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962)
        Oct. 20, 2020

        *Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962)

        Est: £1,000 - £2,000

        *Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962) *Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962) 'The Puppet' signed l.l., titled verso, oil on canvas 76 x 60cm *Artist's Resale Right may apply to this lot.

        Sworders
      • Frank Salisbury
        Oct. 14, 2020

        Frank Salisbury

        Est: £250 - £350

        Frank Salisbury Frank Salisbury (1874-1962) The Kiss: Portrait of the artist's daughters indistinctly inscribed and dated 10.6.24 l.r., oil on canvas laid down 27 x 32.5cm

        Sworders
      • Frank O. Salisbury RI, ROI, RP (British, 1874-1962) Portrait of Mary Elisabeth Reid Dick, daughter of the sculptor, Sir William Reid Dick. KCVO. RA. (1878-1961)
        Aug. 05, 2020

        Frank O. Salisbury RI, ROI, RP (British, 1874-1962) Portrait of Mary Elisabeth Reid Dick, daughter of the sculptor, Sir William Reid Dick. KCVO. RA. (1878-1961)

        Est: £600 - £800

        Frank O. Salisbury RI, ROI, RP (British, 1874-1962) Portrait of Mary Elisabeth Reid Dick, daughter of the sculptor, Sir William Reid Dick. KCVO. RA. (1878-1961) signed and dated 'Frank O.Salisbury/1925' (upper left) oil on canvas 77.5 x 64.2cm (30 1/2 x 25 1/4in). For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

        Bonhams
      • FRANCIS OWEN SALISBURY, R.I., R.O.I. (BRITISH, 1874-1962) - Fantasy
        Jul. 29, 2020

        FRANCIS OWEN SALISBURY, R.I., R.O.I. (BRITISH, 1874-1962) - Fantasy

        Est: £15,000 - £25,000

        FRANCIS OWEN SALISBURY, R.I., R.O.I. (BRITISH, 1874-1962) Fantasy signed 'Frank O Salisbury' (lower right) and further signed and inscribed 'Frank O Salisbury Elmkirk/Harpenden/FANTASY/EXHIBITED/THE ROYAL ACADEMY - 1902 - /Also LIVERPOOL/MANCHESTER/BRADFORD/SOUTHPORT/- NEW ZEALAND -' (on the reverse) oil on canvas 341⁄8 x 441⁄4 in. (86.7 x 112.4 cm.)

        Christie's
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