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Naval painter, Landscape painter, Porträtmaler, Portrait painter, Etcher, Miniature painter, b. 1797 - d. 1830

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    • Joseph Stannard (1797-1830), four pencil sketches on paper, collated in a card mount, depicting figures, animals and boats, together with two further similar works by Alfred Stannard (1806-1889), 'A man seated below Mundesley cliffs' and 'Half of...
      Jul. 27, 2023

      Joseph Stannard (1797-1830), four pencil sketches on paper, collated in a card mount, depicting figures, animals and boats, together with two further similar works by Alfred Stannard (1806-1889), 'A man seated below Mundesley cliffs' and 'Half of...

      Est: £200 - £300

      Joseph Stannard (1797-1830), four pencil sketches on paper, collated in a card mount, depicting figures, animals and boats, together with two further similar works by Alfred Stannard (1806-1889), 'A man seated below Mundesley cliffs' and 'Half of a Boat', also in a card mount. Qty: (2) Private collection, retained by descendants of John Sell Cotman (1782-1842), from the family collection.

      Dawsons Auctioneers
    • Joseph Stannard (1797-1830), a folio case containing a good quantity of etchings, many duplicated and some mounted as sets, to include 'Gable End of Shed with Trees - a Composition', 'Yarmouth Jetty', 'Footbridge', 'Whittingham', 'Coast Scene',...
      Jul. 27, 2023

      Joseph Stannard (1797-1830), a folio case containing a good quantity of etchings, many duplicated and some mounted as sets, to include 'Gable End of Shed with Trees - a Composition', 'Yarmouth Jetty', 'Footbridge', 'Whittingham', 'Coast Scene',...

      Est: £400 - £600

      Joseph Stannard (1797-1830), a folio case containing a good quantity of etchings, many duplicated and some mounted as sets, to include 'Gable End of Shed with Trees - a Composition', 'Yarmouth Jetty', 'Footbridge', 'Whittingham', 'Coast Scene', 'At Trowse - Boy Fishing from Staithe', 'At Trowse Near Norwich', 'Boats at Breydon', 'Exterior of a Cottage with Figures - a Composition' and 'The Beach at Mundesley', each unframed in a card mount, variously sized (viewing recommended). Private collection, retained by descendants of John Sell Cotman (1782-1842), from the family collection.

      Dawsons Auctioneers
    • Joseph Stannard (English, 1797-1830) Dutch Shipping in a Calm oil on canvas,
      Dec. 01, 2022

      Joseph Stannard (English, 1797-1830) Dutch Shipping in a Calm oil on canvas,

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      Joseph Stannard (English, 1797-1830) Dutch Shipping in a Calm oil on canvas, signed "J. Stannard" on a floating oar 19½ x 23½in. (49.5 x 59.7cm.)

      Martel Maides
    • Attributed to Joseph Stannard,
      Jul. 19, 2022

      Attributed to Joseph Stannard,

      Est: £600 - £800

      Attributed to Joseph Stannard, British 1797-1830- Villagers at a fish market; oil on canvas, 51 x 61 cm. Provenance: Private Collection, UK. Please refer to department for condition report

      Roseberys
    • Joseph Stannard (1797-1830)
      Sep. 15, 2021

      Joseph Stannard (1797-1830)

      Est: £600 - £800

      Joseph Stannard (1797-1830) Joseph Stannard (1797-1830) Figures before a boat house signed with initials l.l., oil on panel 48 x 38cm, unframed Exhibited: Norwich Castle Museum, 'Loan Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings by members of the Stannard Family of Norwich', August and September 1934.

      Sworders
    • Joseph Stannard 1797-1830
      Mar. 21, 2020

      Joseph Stannard 1797-1830

      Est: €800 - €900

      Joseph Stannard 1797-1830 olio su tela raff.scorcio di città con canale firmato in basso a destra cm. 20 5x25 5

      Casa d'aste Martini
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1882) British Shipping at the Mouth of the Scheldt Oi
      Nov. 21, 2018

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1882) British Shipping at the Mouth of the Scheldt Oi

      Est: £4,000 - £6,000

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1882) British Shipping at the Mouth of the Scheldt Oil on panel, framed. 82.5 x 60 cm. Note: The panel was damaged during the bombing of Rougham Hall in 1940 and broken in to three pieces. Provenance: THE SIR WILLIAM AGNEW PICTURES FROM ROUGHAM HALL (Lots 711 - 729 inclusive) Sir William Agnew, 1st Baronet (1825-1910) English, was one of the most successful art dealers of the 19th century, with Thomas Agnew & Sons, his London art business in Mayfair, flourishing as one of the leading art dealerships in London from 1860 until it closed in April 2013. Originally his early clients were the new hugely wealthy class of industrialists, merchants and bankers making it big in industrial Britain. Sir William knew many of the contemporary artists of his time personally. In 1870 Sir William invited Frederick Walker (1840-1875) British, John Evan Hodgson (1831-1895) British, Charles Leslie (1839-1886) British and Stacy Marks (1829-1898) British, to his Salford House, Summer Hill. When asked if they could play billiards in the newly added billiard room on Sunday morning, Sir William replied that they did not do that on Sundays at Summer Hill. Having left the room in slightly haughty manner, Sir William returned an hour later and found that Walker had just finished a large mermaid on the lining paper of the walls (the Paris wallpaper had yet to arrive), Charles Leslie had painted a landscape of the Thames, Stacy Marks had sketched Walker and Agnew playing billiards, and Hodgson had started a highland landscape. After working until midnight and all the next day, the Paris wallpaper was cancelled and the drawings varnished. Sir William was also a well known figure at auction. There is a description of Sir William at the Christie's Wells sale in 1890 which reads ''Christie's was crammed full on Saturday afternoon, though the sale could have been conducted quite as well in a four wheel cab for Mr Agnew bought nearly everything. Roughly speaking he spent nearly £50,000 out of £77,000 which the sale produced.... You cannot see Mr Agnew's jovial countenance, you cannot hear Mr Agnew's formidable voice, but that hat of his holds you like the eye of the ancient mariner. Every bob of the hat means a thousand. It is splendid.'' In 1889 Sir William bought Edward Burne Jones's four major panels illustrating the Legend of the Briar Rose and exhibited them in his Bond Street Gallery from 1890, attracting over 1,000 visitors per day. Sir William's business was now becoming more and more international with clients including Junius Spencer Morgan (183-1890) American, Cornelius Vanderbilt (1794-1877) American, as well as several members of the Rothschild family. Sir William's last great achievement was probably the collection he assembled for Edward Cecil Guinness, 1st Earl of Iveagh from 1887 which included a Boucher, two Van Dycks, walls full of Gainsboroughs, Reynolds and Romneys, and a Vermeer and one of the greatest late Rembrandt self portraits ever painted. Few people knew of the Iveagh collection as business was conducted in great secrecy and all communications were in code. In total Lord Iveagh bought 240 pictures and drawings from Agnew's and when he left Kenwood to the nation in 1927 sixty-two of the sixty-three pictures included were purchased from Agnew's. The collection was described by the Guardian as the most valuable gift of paintings to the nation of the 20th century. Sir William retired from the Agnew's firm in 1895 when Lord Rosebery had him made a baronet for his services to art. When he died Sir William was described in newspaper obituaries as a Prince of Art Dealers.

      Rowley Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) British The Marl Staithe, Whitlingham, Near Nor
      Nov. 21, 2018

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) British The Marl Staithe, Whitlingham, Near Nor

      Est: £800 - £1,200

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) British The Marl Staithe, Whitlingham, Near Norwich Oil on canvas, old label to verso for Thomas Agnew & Sons, London, old label for Royal Academy Exhibition of Works by the Old Masters 1891 inscribed with artist, title and owner, further printed label for Burlington House Exhibition 1891, further inscribed labels, chalk and pencil inscriptions, and stencilled stock number, framed. 39 x 29 cm. Provenance: THE SIR WILLIAM AGNEW PICTURES FROM ROUGHAM HALL (Lots 711 - 729 inclusive) Sir William Agnew, 1st Baronet (1825-1910) English, was one of the most successful art dealers of the 19th century, with Thomas Agnew & Sons, his London art business in Mayfair, flourishing as one of the leading art dealerships in London from 1860 until it closed in April 2013. Originally his early clients were the new hugely wealthy class of industrialists, merchants and bankers making it big in industrial Britain. Sir William knew many of the contemporary artists of his time personally. In 1870 Sir William invited Frederick Walker (1840-1875) British, John Evan Hodgson (1831-1895) British, Charles Leslie (1839-1886) British and Stacy Marks (1829-1898) British, to his Salford House, Summer Hill. When asked if they could play billiards in the newly added billiard room on Sunday morning, Sir William replied that they did not do that on Sundays at Summer Hill. Having left the room in slightly haughty manner, Sir William returned an hour later and found that Walker had just finished a large mermaid on the lining paper of the walls (the Paris wallpaper had yet to arrive), Charles Leslie had painted a landscape of the Thames, Stacy Marks had sketched Walker and Agnew playing billiards, and Hodgson had started a highland landscape. After working until midnight and all the next day, the Paris wallpaper was cancelled and the drawings varnished. Sir William was also a well known figure at auction. There is a description of Sir William at the Christie's Wells sale in 1890 which reads ''Christie's was crammed full on Saturday afternoon, though the sale could have been conducted quite as well in a four wheel cab for Mr Agnew bought nearly everything. Roughly speaking he spent nearly £50,000 out of £77,000 which the sale produced.... You cannot see Mr Agnew's jovial countenance, you cannot hear Mr Agnew's formidable voice, but that hat of his holds you like the eye of the ancient mariner. Every bob of the hat means a thousand. It is splendid.'' In 1889 Sir William bought Edward Burne Jones's four major panels illustrating the Legend of the Briar Rose and exhibited them in his Bond Street Gallery from 1890, attracting over 1,000 visitors per day. Sir William's business was now becoming more and more international with clients including Junius Spencer Morgan (183-1890) American, Cornelius Vanderbilt (1794-1877) American, as well as several members of the Rothschild family. Sir William's last great achievement was probably the collection he assembled for Edward Cecil Guinness, 1st Earl of Iveagh from 1887 which included a Boucher, two Van Dycks, walls full of Gainsboroughs, Reynolds and Romneys, and a Vermeer and one of the greatest late Rembrandt self portraits ever painted. Few people knew of the Iveagh collection as business was conducted in great secrecy and all communications were in code. In total Lord Iveagh bought 240 pictures and drawings from Agnew's and when he left Kenwood to the nation in 1927 sixty-two of the sixty-three pictures included were purchased from Agnew's. The collection was described by the Guardian as the most valuable gift of paintings to the nation of the 20th century. Sir William retired from the Agnew's firm in 1895 when Lord Rosebery had him made a baronet for his services to art. When he died Sir William was described in newspaper obituaries as a Prince of Art Dealers.

      Rowley Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers
    • ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH STANNARD | A fisherman in a boat on a river and a mountainous landscape beyond
      Oct. 29, 2018

      ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH STANNARD | A fisherman in a boat on a river and a mountainous landscape beyond

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      oil on panel

      Sotheby's
    • AUGUSTUS CHARLES PUGIN, (FRENCH C. 1762-1832), FIGURES ON A STREET
      Jun. 14, 2016

      AUGUSTUS CHARLES PUGIN, (FRENCH C. 1762-1832), FIGURES ON A STREET

      Est: $1,500 - $2,000

      AUGUSTUS CHARLES PUGIN (french c. 1762-1832) FIGURES ON A STREET Colored washes heightened with bodycolor and white on brown paper together with: WILLIAM LEIGHTON LEITCH (british 1804-1883) A HIGHLAND LANDSCAPE Watercolor on paper together with: JOSEPH STANNARD (british 1797-1830) ROCKY COASTLINE WITH FIGURES Black chalk heightened with white on gray paper Largest (sight size): 8 3/4 x 11 5/8 in. (22.2 x 29.5cm) (3) provenance: Hampton Hill Gallery, Middlesex, United Kingdom (Pugin). Phillip's, London, sale of September 4, 1979, lot 114 (Pugin). Christie's, London, sale of May 25, 1976, lot 103 (Leitch). Sotheby's, London, sale of January 18, 1973, lot 171 (Stannard). Ms. Hildegard Ryals and Professor Clyde Ryals, Durham, North Carolina. By descent in the family to the present owner. Private Collection, Maryland.

      Freeman's
    • Joseph Stannard (British, 1797-1830) Off Yarmouth
      Apr. 13, 2016

      Joseph Stannard (British, 1797-1830) Off Yarmouth

      Est: £5,000 - £7,000

      Joseph Stannard (British, 1797-1830) Off Yarmouth signed and dated 'JStannard 1830' (lower left) oil on panel 31.1 x 42.5cm (12 1/4 x 16 3/4in). Footnotes Provenance Lt Col IBH Benn. Acquired by a private collector, UK, circa 1978. Exhibited W Boswell & Son, Tombland, Norwich, July, 1949, no.12 Literature Harold Day, Life and Work of Joseph Stannard, Eastbourne, 1965, p.38, no.40 (as Rough seapiece) Joseph Stannard was one of the most brilliant of the Norwich School of Painters; he would have achieved even greater renown had his career not been cut short at the age of thirty-three. In 1821 he studied the seventeenth century Dutch masters in Amsterdam. Off Yarmouth reflects not only his profound understanding of maritime life – he was an excellent oarsman – but also his study of painters such as Ludolf Backhuysen. Stannard superbly evokes fishing boats in a choppy sea, with lowering clouds and a dashing rainstorm. The low viewpoint emphasizes the drama, while the jagged clouds part to reveal blue sky, indicating the exhilarating, swiftly changing weather of the East Anglian coast. The present lot belonged to Lt Col IBH Benn, who owned several works by Stannard, including Off Corton, c.1829 (Norwich Castle Museum).

      Bonhams
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) "Boats on
      Nov. 28, 2014

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) "Boats on

      Est: £100 - £150

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) "Boats on Breydon c 1825" black and white etching 5 ¼ x 8 ¼ ins together with a further etching After J S Cotman (2)

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Exterior of
      Mar. 14, 2014

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Exterior of

      Est: £150 - £200

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Exterior of Cottage with Figures c1826 black and white etching 5 ¼ x 8 ¼ins mounted but unframed

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Boats on
      Mar. 14, 2014

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Boats on

      Est: £150 - £200

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Boats on Breydon c1825 black and white etching 5 ¼ x 8 ¼ins mounted but unframed

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Fishermen
      Mar. 14, 2014

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Fishermen

      Est: £80 - £120

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Fishermen c1825 black and white etching 2 ¼ x 4ins mounted but unframed

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • AFTER JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830)
      Nov. 22, 2013

      AFTER JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830)

      Est: £300 - £400

      AFTER JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) BOATS ON THE YARE AT BRAMERTON oil sketch on board, bears signature lower right 10 ½ x 7ins

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830)
      Nov. 22, 2013

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830)

      Est: £300 - £400

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) DUTCH FISHING BOAT IN A STIFF BREEZE pastel 13 x 17ins

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830)
      Nov. 22, 2013

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830)

      Est: £150 - £200

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) DINGHY AWASH ON SHORE pastel 9 x 11ins

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) Dutch fishing boat in
      Jul. 17, 2013

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) Dutch fishing boat in

      Est: £200 - £300

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) Dutch fishing boat in a stiff breeze, pastels, 12 3/4" x 17 1/2"; and one further attributed to the same hand - Dinghy awash on shore, 8 3/4" x 11" (2) Prov. Christies Lot 55 17/11/87

      Mallams
    • Joseph Stannard (Norwich 1797-1830)
      Dec. 06, 2012

      Joseph Stannard (Norwich 1797-1830)

      Est: £300 - £500

      Joseph Stannard (Norwich 1797-1830) Figures convening at Hastings Church, Sussex signed with monogram (lower centre) and inscribed and dated 'Church time at Hastings 1826' (on a fragment of the original mount attached to the backboard) pencil and coloured chalks on light-blue paper 13¼ x 8¾ in. (33.7 x 22.2 cm.)

      Christie's
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) Signed Pencil Drawing
      Nov. 23, 2012

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) Signed Pencil Drawing

      Est: £200 - £300

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) Signed Pencil Drawing Inscribed "Near Bromley, Kent" 8" x 7" Provenance: Ex-Andrew Wyld Collection

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH STANNARD (1794-1830) Oil on
      Nov. 23, 2012

      ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH STANNARD (1794-1830) Oil on

      Est: £350 - £400

      ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH STANNARD (1794-1830) Oil on Panel (Sketch) "Yarmouth Beach" 6 ½" x 8" (unframed)

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1794-1830) Watercolour Sketch of
      Nov. 23, 2012

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1794-1830) Watercolour Sketch of

      Est: £80 - £120

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1794-1830) Watercolour Sketch of a Fisherman 2" x 1 ½" (in John Thirtle of Norwich Frame)

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1794-1830) Watercolour Vignette
      Nov. 23, 2012

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1794-1830) Watercolour Vignette

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1794-1830) Watercolour Vignette Sketches for The Thorpe Water Frolic 6" x 8 ½" Provenance: From Joseph Stannard's Thorpe Sketchbook 1819 (see letter from British Museum, London)

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1794-1830) Watercolour Two
      Nov. 23, 2012

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1794-1830) Watercolour Two

      Est: £80 - £120

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1794-1830) Watercolour Two Fishermen 2" x 2 ½" Together with a further Group of Three Pencil and Watercolours in one frame Marine Studies (2)

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • JOSEPH STANNARD, Norwich School (1797-1830): Sail
      Nov. 16, 2012

      JOSEPH STANNARD, Norwich School (1797-1830): Sail

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      JOSEPH STANNARD, Norwich School (1797-1830): Sail boats on river mouth with cottage to left hand side, monogrammed (paint flaking and signs of restoration), approx. 39cm x 65cm

      Gaze & Son
    • JOSEPH STANNARD, Norwich School (1797-1830); Sail
      Jul. 20, 2012

      JOSEPH STANNARD, Norwich School (1797-1830); Sail

      Est: £800 - £1,200

      JOSEPH STANNARD, Norwich School (1797-1830); Sail boats on river mouth with cottage to left hand side, monogrammed (paint flaking and signs of restoration) approx 39 x 65cm

      Gaze & Son
    • ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) A set of
      Mar. 09, 2012

      ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) A set of

      Est: £150 - £250

      ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) A set of five sketches of figures and boats, signed 'J Stannard' on pencil on the mounts, pencil and watercolours, the largest 1 3/4" x 5 1/2", Leveton & Sons Norwich Ltd. label on cardboard.

      Mallams
    • Circle of Joseph Stannard (British, 1797-1830) Fishing boats in a swell off a town
      Dec. 07, 2011

      Circle of Joseph Stannard (British, 1797-1830) Fishing boats in a swell off a town

      Est: £300 - £500

      Fishing boats in a swell off a town oil on canvas 60 x 100cm (23 5/8 x 39 3/8in).

      Bonhams
    • Alfred George Stannard (1828-1885)
      Nov. 24, 2011

      Alfred George Stannard (1828-1885)

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      Alfred George Stannard (1828-1885) A view on the Medway with inscription 'A View on the Scheldt/by J. Stannard' (on the reverse) oil on canvas 20 x 30 in. (50.8 x 76.2 cm.)

      Christie's
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) Signed Pastel Barges
      Nov. 18, 2011

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) Signed Pastel Barges

      Est: £350 - £450

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) Signed Pastel Barges at Breydon 6" x 9"

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Oil on Panel
      Mar. 18, 2011

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Oil on Panel

      Est: £2,000 - £3,000

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Oil on Panel Hulk in Rough Sea with Fishing Boats 11 ½" x 13 ½" Provenance: W Boswell & Son, Exhibition July 1949 (see label verso)

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • Attributed to JOSEPH STANNARD 30.5 x 30.5 cm. (12 x 12 in.)
      Feb. 02, 2011

      Attributed to JOSEPH STANNARD 30.5 x 30.5 cm. (12 x 12 in.)

      Est: £150 - £250

      Landscape sketch with figure and a horse and a sketch of man seated in the sky on the same sheet signed verso J. Crome according to the backboard watercolour

      Bonhams
    • Attributed to: Joseph Stannard (1797-1830) British
      Nov. 23, 2010

      Attributed to: Joseph Stannard (1797-1830) British

      Est: $350 - $700

      Attributed to: Joseph Stannard (1797-1830) British Boats in a Harbour Watercolour Inscribed on reverse of the paper "by Joseph Stannard", and with a signature 27 x 21cm

      McKenzies Auctioneers
    • ' J. Stannard ' (Probably Joseph Stannard 1797 -
      Jul. 02, 2010

      ' J. Stannard ' (Probably Joseph Stannard 1797 -

      Est: £200 - £300

      ' J. Stannard ' (Probably Joseph Stannard 1797 - 1830) Norwich School Pencil watercolour and gouache Figures before thatched cottages with ruined cathedral ? beyond Signed under to mount 8 1/2" x 11 1/2" Bears writing top left corner and pencil sketch verso

      Claydon Auctioneers
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Signed and
      Mar. 12, 2010

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Signed and

      Est: £350 - £450

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Signed and dated 1829 Pencil drawing Figure Study 12" x 8"

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • Circle of Joseph Stannard (British 1797-1830) Shipping off a coastline in the moonlight
      Nov. 26, 2009

      Circle of Joseph Stannard (British 1797-1830) Shipping off a coastline in the moonlight

      Est: £300 - £400

      Circle of Joseph Stannard (British 1797-1830) Shipping off a coastline in the moonlight oil on canvas, unsigned 15.5 x 23.5in (39.5 x 59.5cm).

      Martel Maides
    • Circle of Joseph Stannard (British, 1797-1830) Fishing boats in a swell off a town
      Apr. 28, 2009

      Circle of Joseph Stannard (British, 1797-1830) Fishing boats in a swell off a town

      Est: £700 - £900

      Fishing boats in a swell off a town oil on canvas 60 x 100cm (23 5/8 x 39 3/8in).

      Bonhams
    • Circle of Joseph Stannard (British, 1797-1830) Fishing boats in a swell off a town
      Jan. 13, 2009

      Circle of Joseph Stannard (British, 1797-1830) Fishing boats in a swell off a town

      Est: £1,200 - £1,800

      Fishing boats in a swell off a town oil on canvas 60 x 100cm (23 5/8 x 39 3/8in).

      Bonhams
    • JOSEPH STANNARD, MONOGRAMMED AND DATED 1827 TO THE
      Jan. 09, 2009

      JOSEPH STANNARD, MONOGRAMMED AND DATED 1827 TO THE

      Est: -

      JOSEPH STANNARD, MONOGRAMMED AND DATED 1827 TO THE IMAGE, BLACK AND WHITE ETCHING, Fishermen with Dog on a Beach, 4" x 6"

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • Circle of Joseph Stannard (British, 1797-1830) Fishing boats in a swell off a town
      Sep. 23, 2008

      Circle of Joseph Stannard (British, 1797-1830) Fishing boats in a swell off a town

      Est: £2,000 - £3,000

      Fishing boats in a swell off a town oil on canvas 60 x 100cm (23 5/8 x 39 3/8in).

      Bonhams
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Monogrammed
      Jul. 11, 2008

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Monogrammed

      Est: £1,800 - £2,200

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Monogrammed Watercolour East Anglian Coastal Scene with Fisherman and their Baskets 6" x 8 3/4" Provenance: From the Collection of Eric Hinde

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Monogrammed
      Jul. 11, 2008

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Monogrammed

      Est: £1,800 - £2,200

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Monogrammed Watercolour East Anglian Coastal Scene with Figures, Horse and Dog, Fishing Boats beyond 6" x 8 3/4" Provenance: From the Collection of Eric Hinde

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH)
      Jul. 11, 2008

      ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH)

      Est: £400 - £600

      ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Oil on Panel East Anglian River Landscape with Windmills and Church 9" x 14"

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) 'OFF CORTON' 76.5 x 102cm (30 x 40in), and a companion, 'Off Yarmouth', a pair, the latter signed with m...
      Jul. 09, 2008

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) 'OFF CORTON' 76.5 x 102cm (30 x 40in), and a companion, 'Off Yarmouth', a pair, the latter signed with m...

      Est: £100,000 - £150,000

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) 'OFF CORTON' Signed on barrel, oil on panel 76.5 x 102cm (30 x 40in), and a companion, 'Off Yarmouth', a pair, the latter signed with monogram on stern of boat (2)

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) A FISHING BOAT LAYING NETS OFF THE HARBOUR MOUTH 18cm x 30.5cm (7in x 12in)
      Jul. 09, 2008

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) A FISHING BOAT LAYING NETS OFF THE HARBOUR MOUTH 18cm x 30.5cm (7in x 12in)

      Est: £12,000 - £18,000

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830) A FISHING BOAT LAYING NETS OFF THE HARBOUR MOUTH Signed with initials and dated 1830 on a buoy, oil on panel 18cm x 30.5cm (7in x 12in)

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Monogrammed
      Mar. 07, 2008

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Monogrammed

      Est: £4,500 - £6,000

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Monogrammed Pair of Watercolours East Anglian Coastal Scenes with Figures, Possibly Lowestoft 6" x 8 3/4" (2)

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Signed
      Mar. 07, 2008

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Signed

      Est: £1,800 - £2,200

      JOSEPH STANNARD (1797-1830, BRITISH) Signed Watercolour Coastal Scene with Fishermen on a Beach 6 1/2" x 9 1/2"

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