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      • SMITH, Charles Lorraine (1751-1835, artist). [The Pytchely Hunt]. London: H
        Jul. 13, 2023

        SMITH, Charles Lorraine (1751-1835, artist). [The Pytchely Hunt]. London: H

        Est: £5,000 - £8,000

        SMITH, Charles Lorraine (1751-1835, artist). [The Pytchely Hunt]. London: H. Humphrey, 1791.

        Christie's
      • CHARLES LORRAINE SMITH (1751-1835), HUNTING SCENE
        Oct. 26, 2022

        CHARLES LORRAINE SMITH (1751-1835), HUNTING SCENE

        Est: €500 - €800

        CHARLES LORRAINE SMITH (1751-1835), HUNTING SCENE Oil on canvas. Signed. Dated 1791. Recanvased. Slight defects. Dim.: 62.5x78.5 cm.

        Renascimento
      • Charles Lorraine Smith (1751-1835, UK) oil
        Aug. 06, 2022

        Charles Lorraine Smith (1751-1835, UK) oil

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        painting on board titled "The Meet". Depicts an English fox hunting scene. Unsigned, identified on front plaque. Sight size 12" x 15 3/4", overall with frame 14" x 18". Comes with receipt from May 1966, purchased from the Incurable Collector Inc., Paintings, Antiques, and Works of Art, 36 East 57 St, New York, NY. Also on verso is a label for Parker Gallery, London. Provenance: Webb estate.

        Marion Antique Auctions
      • * Smith (Charles Lorraine, 1751-1835). Dick Knight of the Pytchley Hounds on 'Contract'
        Mar. 25, 2021

        * Smith (Charles Lorraine, 1751-1835). Dick Knight of the Pytchley Hounds on 'Contract'

        Est: £400 - £600

        * Smith (Charles Loraine, 1751-1835). Dick Knight of the Pytchley Hounds on 'Contract', oil on wood panel, depicting Dick Knight, huntsman to the Pytchley Hunt between 1777-1797, on horseback and approaching a fence, with two hounds running alongside, 31 x 35.5cm (12.25 x 14ins), moulded gilt frame, with Arthur Ackermann & Son Ltd. framers label to verso, also a typewritten label with the number '21.' and a description of the item, also a modern ink manuscript label 'See reference p.72-73 in History of Foxhunting by Roger Longrigg', and two other small labels Qty: (1)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • * Smith (Charles Loraine, 1751-1835). "Now 'CONTRACT', says Dick, by jove!..."
        Mar. 25, 2021

        * Smith (Charles Loraine, 1751-1835). "Now 'CONTRACT', says Dick, by jove!..."

        Est: £500 - £700

        * Smith (Charles Loraine, 1751-1835). "Now 'CONTRACT', says Dick, by jove! these d...d Quornites shall now see the trick", circa 1790, oil on canvas, unsigned, relined, 49.5 x 63 cm (19.5 x 24.75 ins), gilt frame, glazed, with small 20th-century handwritten label to verso '3129 Ackermann' Qty: (1)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • Charles Loraine Smith "Pytchely Hunt"Aquatints
        Sep. 28, 2019

        Charles Loraine Smith "Pytchely Hunt"Aquatints

        Est: £40 - £60

        After Charles Loraine Smith "Pytchely Hunt"engraved by F.Jukes. A rare set of 8 aquatints date 1790. 26.5 x 25.4 cm. excluding margins unframed. (8 Items)

        Cooper Barrington LLP
      • CHARLES LORAINE-SMITH (BRITISH 1751-1835)
        Oct. 03, 2018

        CHARLES LORAINE-SMITH (BRITISH 1751-1835)

        Est: £200 - £300

        CHARLES LORAINE-SMITH (BRITISH 1751-1835) Monkeys Signed with initials and dated 1818 l.r. Pen and brown ink and watercolour 27.5 x 39 cm (11 x 15 1/4 in)

        Chiswick Auctions
      • Charles Loraine Smith (1751-1835). 'With Spanish Juice'. Pen and ink with wash, portrait of a young man seated on rocks with tricorn in hand.  Signed and inscribed. Unmounted.
        May. 30, 2017

        Charles Loraine Smith (1751-1835). 'With Spanish Juice'. Pen and ink with wash, portrait of a young man seated on rocks with tricorn in hand.  Signed and inscribed. Unmounted.

        Est: £50 - £70

        Charles Loraine Smith (1751-1835). 'With Spanish Juice'. Pen and ink with wash, portrait of a young man seated on rocks with tricorn in hand.  Signed and inscribed. Unmounted.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • Charles Loraine Smith (1751-1835). 'With Spanish Juice'. Pen and ink with wash, portrait of a young man seated on rocks with tricorn in hand.  Signed and inscribed. Unmounted.
        May. 23, 2017

        Charles Loraine Smith (1751-1835). 'With Spanish Juice'. Pen and ink with wash, portrait of a young man seated on rocks with tricorn in hand.  Signed and inscribed. Unmounted.

        Est: £70 - £100

        Charles Loraine Smith (1751-1835). 'With Spanish Juice'. Pen and ink with wash, portrait of a young man seated on rocks with tricorn in hand.  Signed and inscribed. Unmounted.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • "The Rendezvous of the Quor'n Hounds at Grooby Pool
        Sep. 25, 2016

        "The Rendezvous of the Quor'n Hounds at Grooby Pool

        Est: -

        {"The Rendezvous of the Quor'n Hounds at Grooby Pool} on Tuesday the 16th of April 1822". Englischer Landadel bei der Jagd. Kol. Lithographie von Charles Loraine Smith bei J. Watson London 1826. Bildgr. 24 x 325 cm. Gl.u.R

        Auktionshaus Michael Zeller
      • CHARLES LORAINE SMITH (1751-1835) The Smoking Hunt: The Rendezvous of the
        Jul. 20, 2016

        CHARLES LORAINE SMITH (1751-1835) The Smoking Hunt: The Rendezvous of the

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        CHARLES LORAINE SMITH (1751-1835) The Smoking Hunt: The Rendezvous of the Smoking Hunt at Braunstone, on Friday the 8th of February, 1822; The Rendezvous of the Quor’n Hounds at Grooby Pool, on Tuesday the 16th of April 1822; A Leicestershire Burst; Loss of the Chaplain; Bagging the Fox; and The Victory of obtaining the Brush, after what is called a Tickler handcoloured aqautints, the complete set of six plates, good impressions with margins, published by J. Watson, London, 1826 S. 13 1/2 in. 16 1/4 in. (33.6 x 41.2cm.) (6)

        Christie's
      • Circle of Charles Loraine Smith (1751-1835) Early XIX, Oil on canvas, Hunts
        Jul. 01, 2016

        Circle of Charles Loraine Smith (1751-1835) Early XIX, Oil on canvas, Hunts

        Est: £250 - £300

        Circle of Charles Loraine Smith (1751-1835) Early XIX, Oil on canvas, Huntsman, in red , on grey dapple hunter taking a fence with hounds in pursuit. Indistinctly named to stretcher 17 x 24''

        Claydon Auctioneers
      • After Charles Lorraine Smith, British 1751-1835- ''The Rendez-vous with the Smoking Hunt of Braunsto
        Sep. 08, 2015

        After Charles Lorraine Smith, British 1751-1835- ''The Rendez-vous with the Smoking Hunt of Braunsto

        Est: £300 - £400

        After Charles Lorraine Smith, British 1751-1835- ''The Rendez-vous with the Smoking Hunt of Braunstone'', ''A Leicestershire Burst'', ''Bagging the Fox'', ''The Victory of Obtaining the Brush'', ''Loss of the Chaplin'' & ''The Rendez-vous of the Quorn Hounds at Grooby Pool'', all publ by J Watson, London 1826; hand-coloured etchings with aquatint, 33x40cm ea., (6) (unframed) (VAT charged on hammer price)

        Roseberys
      • Charles Loraine Smith (1751-1835) The Billesdon Coplow Hunt, 28 x 37.5in.
        Sep. 03, 2015

        Charles Loraine Smith (1751-1835) The Billesdon Coplow Hunt, 28 x 37.5in.

        Est: £500 - £800

        Charles Loraine Smith (1751-1835) oil on canvas, The Billesdon Coplow Hunt, Exhibition labels verso, 28 x 37.5in.

        Gorringes
      • Charles Loraine Smith (British, 1751-1835) A Sunday Concert signed and dated lower right "C Loraine Smith 1782" and inscribed "A Sun...
        Mar. 05, 2015

        Charles Loraine Smith (British, 1751-1835) A Sunday Concert signed and dated lower right "C Loraine Smith 1782" and inscribed "A Sun...

        Est: £700 - £1,000

        Charles Loraine Smith (British, 1751-1835) A Sunday Concert signed and dated lower right "C Loraine Smith 1782" and inscribed "A Sunday Concert" watercolour and ink h:33 w: 49 cm Provenance: From the collection of the late Christopher Hogwood, CBE The present scene depicts one of the informal concerts often held at Dr Charles Burney's London house in St Martin's Street. Featured in the company is Lady Mary Duncan, seated on the left; the great castrato Pacchierotti, and the Venetian composer Bertoni. In the foreground is Dr Burney talking to Miss Polly Wilkes, daughter of the politician John Wilkes. Only the solitary figure on the far right remains unidentified; possibly the instrument maker J J Merlin, the painter himself, or Burney's nephew Charles Rousseau Burney.

        Cheffins
      • SMITH, Claude Loraine (1751-1835). Scenes with the Smoking Hunt . London: J. Watson, 1826. A set of 6 hand-coloured aquatint plates after Smith (241 x 328mm), window-mounted in oblong 2° album (435 x 575mm). Red half morocco gilt by Aquarius,
        Oct. 30, 2012

        SMITH, Claude Loraine (1751-1835). Scenes with the Smoking Hunt . London: J. Watson, 1826. A set of 6 hand-coloured aquatint plates after Smith (241 x 328mm), window-mounted in oblong 2° album (435 x 575mm). Red half morocco gilt by Aquarius,

        Est: - £2,750

        SMITH, Claude Loraine (1751-1835). Scenes with the Smoking Hunt. London: J. Watson, 1826. A set of 6 hand-coloured aquatint plates after Smith (241 x 328mm), window-mounted in oblong 2° album (435 x 575mm). Red half morocco gilt by Aquarius, red marbled edges. 'A VERY RARE SET ... the horses and landscape in their composition are most attractive,' states Siltzer who adds, 'Lorain Smith's horses impress one as being up to the mark - one would like to go hunting on them, and one would like to make a bow at the meet to this sportsman and painter'. The first plate, 'The Rendezvous of the Smoking Hunt at Braunstone', accounts for the hunt's name since three of the riders in the foreground are smoking cigars and another puffs at a huge pipe. The next scene, 'The Rendezvous of the Quorn Hounds at Grooby Pool', shows ladies riding side saddle. Wilder p. 117; Mellon/Smith 3; Siltzer pp. 250-256; Wilder p. 117, plate 46.

        Christie's
      • Charles Loraine Smith (British, 1751-1835)
        Nov. 10, 2011

        Charles Loraine Smith (British, 1751-1835)

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        The Hunt oil on canvas 41 x 111.5cm (16 1/8 x 43 7/8in).

        Bonhams
      • B. Jukes, after C Loraine Smith (19th Century) - A Distinguished Character in the Pychely (sic) Hunt; (six)
        Nov. 25, 2010

        B. Jukes, after C Loraine Smith (19th Century) - A Distinguished Character in the Pychely (sic) Hunt; (six)

        Est: £70 - £100

        B. Jukes. after Charles Loraine Smith (British, 1751-1835) A Distinguished Character in the Pychely (sic) Hunt; Push Him Up Tomboy; Proof of Bottom; The Fore Horse of the Team; and Whoop - Was Never so Carried prints (6) h:29 w:34 cm Provenance: Westacre High House, Norfolk.

        Cheffins
      • HORSES & HUNTING -- SMITH, Charles Lorraine (1751-1835, artist). [ The Pytchely Hunt ]. London: H. Humphrey, 1791.
        Nov. 24, 2009

        HORSES & HUNTING -- SMITH, Charles Lorraine (1751-1835, artist). [ The Pytchely Hunt ]. London: H. Humphrey, 1791.

        Est: £10,000 - £15,000

        HORSES & HUNTING -- SMITH, Charles Lorraine (1751-1835, artist). [The Pytchely Hunt]. London: H. Humphrey, 1791. Oblong 2° (370 x 505mm). Early 20th-century frontispiece leaf with hand-coloured aquatint portrait of Dick Knight, three watercolour vignettes to each side and a fox's mask-and-brush design beneath. The complete set of 8 hand-coloured aquatint plates by Francis Jukes after Smith, each c. 247 x 265mm, mounted within gilt borders. (A few light spots on frontispiece, one plate with small tear.) Early 20th-century red morocco gilt, covers with double gilt rules, front cover titled in gilt: 'A Distinguished Character in the "Pytchely Hunt"', spine gilt, gilt turn-ins, red silk endleaves with gilt fox-mask cornerpieces, gilt edges (a few light scuffs). Provenance: C.F.G.R. Schwerdt (bookplate; his sale, 19 June 1939, lot 824). A FINE SET OF JUKES' AQUATINTS AFTER SMITH, which are, according to Siltzer, the only prints to depict the Pytchley Hunt. 'Charles Lorraine Smith ... was himself a great hunter and a friend of the famous Hugo Meynell. He was also an amateur artist and his pictures show the result of the happy combination of his hunting experience and artistic temperament' (Schwerdt). The great hunting feat of Dick Knight, huntsman to Lord Spencer, the Master of the Pytchley, is depicted on plate 3. This set is the second of the two earliest states, with imprints dated 1 May 1791 (the first state imprints are dated March 1790 and (?erroneously) March 1791). SCHWERDT COPY. Schwerdt III, pp. 89; Siltzer British Sporting Prints p. 255.

        Christie's
      • Charles Loraine Smith (1751-1835) Traveller and horses fording a river 20 x 24in.
        Jan. 31, 2008

        Charles Loraine Smith (1751-1835) Traveller and horses fording a river 20 x 24in.

        Est: £200 - £400

        Charles Loraine Smith (1751-1835) oil on canvas Traveller and horses fording a river initialled and dated 1800 20 x 24in.

        Gorringes
      • Drawing cover; and The kill
        Nov. 07, 2007

        Drawing cover; and The kill

        Est: £2,000 - £4,000

        Charles Lorraine Smith (British, 1751-1835) Drawing cover; and The kill the latter signed 'C Lorraine Smith pinx' (lower left) oil on canvas 15½ x 21 in. (39.3 x 53.3 cm.) a pair (2)

        Christie's
      • CHARLES LORAINE SMITH (1751 - 1836. Englischer
        Sep. 22, 2007

        CHARLES LORAINE SMITH (1751 - 1836. Englischer

        Est: - €100

        CHARLES LORAINE SMITH (1751 - 1836. Englischer Pferde- und Jagdmaler) "A Leicestershire burst" (Ein Ausbruch in Leicestershire). Originaltitel Farbaquatintaradierung, 1826. In der

        Kunstauktionshaus Schloss Ahlden
      • SMITH, Charles Lorraine (1751-1835, artist). [The Pytchely Hunt]. London: H. Humphrey
        Jan. 26, 2006

        SMITH, Charles Lorraine (1751-1835, artist). [The Pytchely Hunt]. London: H. Humphrey

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        SMITH, Charles Lorraine (1751-1835, artist). [The Pytchely Hunt]. London: H. Humphrey, 1791. Oblong 2° (370 x 505mm). Early 20th-century frontispiece leaf with hand-coloured aquatint portrait of Dick Knight mounted within gilt border and titled in gilt below, enclosed by side-borders of watercolour vignettes with a fox's-mask and -brush design beneath. The complete set of 8 hand-coloured aquatint plates by Francis Jukes after Smith, each c. 247 x 265mm, mounted within gilt borders. (A few light spots on frontispiece, one plate with small tear.) Early 20th-century red morocco gilt, covers with double gilt rules, front cover titled in gilt: 'A Distinguished Character in the "Pychely Hunt"', spine gilt, gilt turn-ins, red silk endleaves with gilt fox-mask cornerpieces, gilt edges (a few light scuffs). Provenance: C.F.G.R. Schwerdt (bookplate; his sale, 19 June 1939, lot 824). A FINE SET OF JUKES' AQUATINTS AFTER SMITH, which are, according to Siltzer, the only prints to depict the Pytchley Hunt. 'Charles Lorraine Smith... was himself a great hunter and a friend of the famous Hugo Meynell. He was also an amateur artist and his pictures show the result of the happy combination of his hunting experience and artistic temperament' (Schwerdt). Dick Knight, the subject of the frontispiece, 'was huntsman to Lord Spencer, the Master of the Pytchely, during whose mastership there was great rivalry between the followers of the Pytchely and those of the Quorn hunts. Dick Knight's feat was the result of a wager that he would be beaten that day by one of the Quornites, and Plate 3 "Now Contract..." shows how he got over an apparently unjumpable place, where the Quornites failed to follow him. To achieve his end he had to ride three different horses, the last one being the leader of a ploughing team' (Schwerdt). This set is the second of the two earliest states, with imprints dated 1 May 1791 (the first state imprints are dated March 1790 and (?erroneously) March 1791). SCHWERDT COPY. Schwerdt III, pp. 89; Siltzer British Sporting Prints p. 255.

        Christie's
      • CHARLES LORAINE SMITH (BRITISH 1751-1835
        Nov. 19, 2003

        CHARLES LORAINE SMITH (BRITISH 1751-1835

        Est: £600 - £800

        MATERIAL/MEDIUM six coloured aquatint plates numbered 1-6, published Feb 7 1826 by J.Watson, 7 Vere Street (6) BAGGING THE FOX; LOSS OF THE CHAPLAIN; THE RENDEZVOUS OF THE QUORN HOUNDS AT GROOBY POOL; VICTORY OF OBTAINING THE BRUSH; THE RENDEZVOUS OF THE SMOKING HUNT AT BRAUNSTONE; A LEICESTERSHIRE BURST

        Sotheby's
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