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Walter J. Steggles Sold at Auction Prices

Landscape painter, b. 1908 - d. 1997

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    • λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), BLAKENEY
      Mar. 13, 2024

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), BLAKENEY

      Est: £4,000 - £6,000

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997)BLAKENEYOil on canvasSigned (lower right)41 x 51cm (16 x 20 in.)Painted circa 1971-72.Exhibited:Southend, Beecroft Art Gallery, Brothers in Art, Walter & Harold Steggles & the East London Group, September 2021-January 2022

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    • λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), ST. IVES
      Mar. 13, 2024

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), ST. IVES

      Est: £600 - £800

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997)ST. IVESWatercolourSigned (lower right)11 x 19cm (4¼ x 7¼ in.)Painted in 1949.

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    • λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), HOUSE AND SHED, WOODROW ROAD, MELKSHAM
      Mar. 13, 2024

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), HOUSE AND SHED, WOODROW ROAD, MELKSHAM

      Est: £2,500 - £3,500

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997)HOUSE AND SHED, WOODROW ROAD, MELKSHAMOil on canvas-boardSigned (lower right)29.5 x 39cm (11½ x 15¼ in.)Painted in 1986.

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    • λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), SCENE NEAR BLAKENEY
      Oct. 25, 2023

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), SCENE NEAR BLAKENEY

      Est: £1,200 - £1,800

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997)SCENE NEAR BLAKENEYOil on canvas-board16.5 x 20.5cm (6¼ x 8 in.)Painted in 1979.

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    • λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), ALDEBURGH (A VIEW FROM SLAUGHDEN QUAY)
      Oct. 25, 2023

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), ALDEBURGH (A VIEW FROM SLAUGHDEN QUAY)

      Est: £4,000 - £6,000

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997)ALDEBURGH (A VIEW FROM SLAUGHDEN QUAY)Oil on canvasSigned (lower right)45 x 61cm (17½ x 24 in.)Exhibited:Southend-on-Sea, Beecroft Gallery, Out of the City, 2016Poole, Lighthouse Gallery, East London Group' Dorset Days, 2023

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    • λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), THE GARDEN AT THE HEART IN HAND, BOURNE END
      Oct. 25, 2023

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), THE GARDEN AT THE HEART IN HAND, BOURNE END

      Est: £600 - £800

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997)THE GARDEN AT THE HEART IN HAND, BOURNE ENDWatercolourSigned (lower right)19 x 25cm (7¼ x 9¾ in.)

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    • λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), SOUTH WRAXALL
      Oct. 25, 2023

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), SOUTH WRAXALL

      Est: £1,200 - £1,800

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997)SOUTH WRAXALLOil on canvas-boardSigned (lower right)21 x 25.5cm (8¼ x 10 in.)

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    • Walter Steggles,  British 1908-1997 -  Vence, 1948;  watercolour on paper, signed lower left 'W.J. Steggles' and titled lower right 'Vence', 13 x 19.2 cm (ARR)  Provenance:  with Austin / Desmond Fine Art, London, SN2929.03 (according to the label
      Jun. 06, 2023

      Walter Steggles,  British 1908-1997 -  Vence, 1948;  watercolour on paper, signed lower left 'W.J. Steggles' and titled lower right 'Vence', 13 x 19.2 cm (ARR)  Provenance:  with Austin / Desmond Fine Art, London, SN2929.03 (according to the label

      Est: £700 - £900

      Walter Steggles,  British 1908-1997 -  Vence, 1948;  watercolour on paper, signed lower left 'W.J. Steggles' and titled lower right 'Vence', 13 x 19.2 cm (ARR)  Provenance:  with Austin / Desmond Fine Art, London, SN2929.03 (according to the label attached to the reverse of the frame);  private collection  Exhibited:  Austin / Desmond Fine Art, London, 1989, no.67 (ill.) (according to the label attached to the reverse of the frame)  Note:  Steggles was recently the subject of a major show 'Brothers in Art: Walter & Harold Steggles & the East London Group', 11th September 2021 - 8th January 2022, at the Beecroft Art Gallery in Southend. This also featured works by Elwin Hawthorne, Brynhild Parker and Henry Silk. 

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    • λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), CAGNES
      Mar. 15, 2023

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), CAGNES

      Est: £500 - £700

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997)CAGNES WatercolourSigned (lower left) titled (lower right)12 x 19cm (4½ x 7¼ in.)Executed in 1948.

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    • λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), MALAHIDE CASTLE, COUNTY DUBLIN
      Mar. 15, 2023

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), MALAHIDE CASTLE, COUNTY DUBLIN

      Est: £400 - £600

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997)ROBSWALL CASTLE, COAST OF MALAHIDEWatercolour Signed (lower left)10.5 x 18.5cm (4 x 7¼ in.)Executed circa 1950.The descriptive label on the reverse erroneously refers to the view as 'Malahide Castle'. Robswall is about a mile away on the coast of Malahide.

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    • λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), NORFOLK COAST SCENE NEAR BLAKENEY
      Mar. 15, 2023

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), NORFOLK COAST SCENE NEAR BLAKENEY

      Est: £2,500 - £3,500

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997)NORFOLK COAST SCENE NEAR BLAKENEYOil on canvas Signed (lower left)45.5 x 61cm (17¾ x 24 in.)Painted circa mid-1970s.

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    • λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), KEYHAVEN, HAMPSHIRE
      Mar. 15, 2023

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997), KEYHAVEN, HAMPSHIRE

      Est: £1,200 - £1,800

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997)KEYHAVEN, HAMPSHIRE Oil on canvas laid to board Signed (lower right)30 x 41cm (11¾ x 16 in.)Painted late 1970s.

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    • λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1906-1997), CAGNES
      Oct. 19, 2022

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1906-1997), CAGNES

      Est: £600 - £800

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997)CAGNESWatercolourSigned (lower left)13.5 x 19cm (5¼ x 7¼ in.)Executed in 1947.

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    • λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1906-1997), JUAN LES PINS
      Oct. 19, 2022

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1906-1997), JUAN LES PINS

      Est: £600 - £800

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997)JUAN LES PINSWatercolourSigned (lower left)12 x 17.5cm (4½ x 6¾ in.)Executed in 1948.

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    • λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1906-1997), BOATS ON THE THAMES NEAR COOKHAM
      Oct. 19, 2022

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1906-1997), BOATS ON THE THAMES NEAR COOKHAM

      Est: £2,500 - £3,500

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997)BOATS ON THE THAMES NEAR COOKHAMOil on canvasSigned (lower left)51 x 72cm (20 x 28¼ in.)Painted mid-1950s.

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    • λ WALTER STEGGLES (1906-1997), ROUNDWAY HILL, DEVIZES
      Oct. 19, 2022

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (1906-1997), ROUNDWAY HILL, DEVIZES

      Est: £1,200 - £1,800

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (1908-1997)ROUNDWAY HILL, DEVIZESOil on boardSigned (lower right)35.5 x 45.5cm (13¾ x 17¾ in.)Painted circa 1980-85.

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    • λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1906-1997), QUAI DE BOURBON, PARIS
      Oct. 19, 2022

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1906-1997), QUAI DE BOURBON, PARIS

      Est: £2,000 - £3,000

      λ WALTER STEGGLES (BRITISH 1908-1997)QUAI DE BOURBON, PARISOil on canvasSigned (lower right)38 x 51cm (14¾ x 20 in.)Painted circa 1970/71.

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    • λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Vegetable Garden, Bourne End
      Mar. 16, 2022

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Vegetable Garden, Bourne End

      Est: £500 - £700

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997)Vegetable Garden, Bourne EndWatercolourSigned (lower left)20.5 x 15cm (8 x 5¾ in.)Executed in 1951.

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    • λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), The Thames near Cookham
      Mar. 16, 2022

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), The Thames near Cookham

      Est: £2,000 - £3,000

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997)The Thames near CookhamOil on canvasSigned (lower left)51 x 69cm (20 x 27 in.)

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    • λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Near Carbis Bay, Cornwall
      Mar. 16, 2022

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Near Carbis Bay, Cornwall

      Est: £500 - £700

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997)Near Carbis Bay, CornwallWatercolourSigned (lower left)12.5 x 19cm (4¾ x 7¼ in.)Executed in 1950.

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    • λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Breckland, Norfolk
      Mar. 16, 2022

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Breckland, Norfolk

      Est: £800 - £1,200

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997)Breckland, NorfolkOil on canvasSigned (lower right)35.5 x 46cm (13¾ x 18 in.)

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    • λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Warley, Essex
      Mar. 16, 2022

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Warley, Essex

      Est: £3,000 - £5,000

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997)Warley, EssexOil on boardSigned (lower right)25 x 35cm (9¾ x 13¾ in.)Provenance:Alex Reid & Lefevre Ltd., LondonSale: Hall's Auctioneers, Shrewsbury, 10 February 2006, lot 369Private Collection, UK (acquired from the above)Acquired from the above by the present ownerExhibited:London, Alex Reid & Lefevre Ltd., New Paintings by the East London Group, December 1932, no. 19Southend-On-Sea, Beecroft Art Gallery, The East London Group, Out of the City, March-June 2016

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    • λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Cookham Moor
      Oct. 12, 2021

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Cookham Moor

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997)Cookham MoorOil on canvasSigned (lower left); further signed and titled (to canvas overlap verso)41 x 51cm (16 x 20 in.)THE EAST LONDON GROUPBorn out of classes for working men and women at the Bow and Bromley Evening Institute in the mid-1920s, the East London Group is a remarkable story of a journey from humble beginnings to the lauded galleries of the west end and beyond. The group's teacher, John Cooper, was a pivotal character in this story. An artist himself, he had attended the Slade School of Art after the First World War and supplemented his income by teaching in the evenings. He encouraged the artists, the vast majority of whom did not come from privileged backgrounds, to paint what was around them and what they saw on an everyday basis. His connection to the Slade brought a number of influential and established artists to Bow, none more so than Walter Sickert. This creative atmosphere was an inspiration to those who dedicated their spare time to the group - most of those studying under Cooper were painting purely in their spare time in addition to working as tradesmen, shop girls, window cleaners and basket makers during the day. David Buckman, in his seminal book on the subject: 'From Bow to Biennale' (2012), numbers 35 eventual members of the group. Among the main protagonists were brothers Walter and Harold Steggles, Elwin Hawthorne and his future wife Lilian Leahy, Henry Silk, Albert Turpin, Brynhild Parker and Phyllis Bray (Cooper's wife). Showing as the East London Art Club, an exhibition at the Whitechapel Art Gallery in 1928 began a chain of events that led to a further exhibition at what was the Millbank Gallery (now Tate) in 1929 and onto a succession of shows between 1929 and 1936 at the prestigious Lefevre Gallery in King Street, St. James's. Lefevre was one of the leading galleries of the day, with a rich stable of artists and exhibitions including the likes of Picasso, Matisse, Degas, Modigliani and Cezanne. The shows were commercially very successful and also frequently garnered critical praise. This short period witnessed unparalleled productivity for the group - documenting the east end of London in the interwar years. Although many of the artists continued to paint beyond these years, it is the work from this era which is the most exciting and evocative.

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    • λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Dorset Great Heath
      Oct. 12, 2021

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Dorset Great Heath

      Est: £1,500 - £2,000

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997)Dorset Great HeathOil on canvasSigned (lower right)56 x 86.5cm (22 x 34 in.)THE EAST LONDON GROUPBorn out of classes for working men and women at the Bow and Bromley Evening Institute in the mid-1920s, the East London Group is a remarkable story of a journey from humble beginnings to the lauded galleries of the west end and beyond. The group's teacher, John Cooper, was a pivotal character in this story. An artist himself, he had attended the Slade School of Art after the First World War and supplemented his income by teaching in the evenings. He encouraged the artists, the vast majority of whom did not come from privileged backgrounds, to paint what was around them and what they saw on an everyday basis. His connection to the Slade brought a number of influential and established artists to Bow, none more so than Walter Sickert. This creative atmosphere was an inspiration to those who dedicated their spare time to the group - most of those studying under Cooper were painting purely in their spare time in addition to working as tradesmen, shop girls, window cleaners and basket makers during the day. David Buckman, in his seminal book on the subject: 'From Bow to Biennale' (2012), numbers 35 eventual members of the group. Among the main protagonists were brothers Walter and Harold Steggles, Elwin Hawthorne and his future wife Lilian Leahy, Henry Silk, Albert Turpin, Brynhild Parker and Phyllis Bray (Cooper's wife). Showing as the East London Art Club, an exhibition at the Whitechapel Art Gallery in 1928 began a chain of events that led to a further exhibition at what was the Millbank Gallery (now Tate) in 1929 and onto a succession of shows between 1929 and 1936 at the prestigious Lefevre Gallery in King Street, St. James's. Lefevre was one of the leading galleries of the day, with a rich stable of artists and exhibitions including the likes of Picasso, Matisse, Degas, Modigliani and Cezanne. The shows were commercially very successful and also frequently garnered critical praise. This short period witnessed unparalleled productivity for the group - documenting the east end of London in the interwar years. Although many of the artists continued to paint beyond these years, it is the work from this era which is the most exciting and evocative.

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    • λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Trees at Bourne End
      Oct. 12, 2021

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Trees at Bourne End

      Est: £200 - £300

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997)Trees at Bourne EndWatercolourSigned (lower left)15 x 22cm (5¾ x 8½ in.)Executed in 1950.THE EAST LONDON GROUPBorn out of classes for working men and women at the Bow and Bromley Evening Institute in the mid-1920s, the East London Group is a remarkable story of a journey from humble beginnings to the lauded galleries of the west end and beyond. The group's teacher, John Cooper, was a pivotal character in this story. An artist himself, he had attended the Slade School of Art after the First World War and supplemented his income by teaching in the evenings. He encouraged the artists, the vast majority of whom did not come from privileged backgrounds, to paint what was around them and what they saw on an everyday basis. His connection to the Slade brought a number of influential and established artists to Bow, none more so than Walter Sickert. This creative atmosphere was an inspiration to those who dedicated their spare time to the group - most of those studying under Cooper were painting purely in their spare time in addition to working as tradesmen, shop girls, window cleaners and basket makers during the day. David Buckman, in his seminal book on the subject: 'From Bow to Biennale' (2012), numbers 35 eventual members of the group. Among the main protagonists were brothers Walter and Harold Steggles, Elwin Hawthorne and his future wife Lilian Leahy, Henry Silk, Albert Turpin, Brynhild Parker and Phyllis Bray (Cooper's wife). Showing as the East London Art Club, an exhibition at the Whitechapel Art Gallery in 1928 began a chain of events that led to a further exhibition at what was the Millbank Gallery (now Tate) in 1929 and onto a succession of shows between 1929 and 1936 at the prestigious Lefevre Gallery in King Street, St. James's. Lefevre was one of the leading galleries of the day, with a rich stable of artists and exhibitions including the likes of Picasso, Matisse, Degas, Modigliani and Cezanne. The shows were commercially very successful and also frequently garnered critical praise. This short period witnessed unparalleled productivity for the group - documenting the east end of London in the interwar years. Although many of the artists continued to paint beyond these years, it is the work from this era which is the most exciting and evocative.

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    • λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Dinan
      Oct. 12, 2021

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Dinan

      Est: £200 - £300

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997)DinanWatercolourSigned (lower left) and titled (lower right)14 x 19cm (5½ x 7¼ in.)Executed in 1948.THE EAST LONDON GROUPBorn out of classes for working men and women at the Bow and Bromley Evening Institute in the mid-1920s, the East London Group is a remarkable story of a journey from humble beginnings to the lauded galleries of the west end and beyond. The group's teacher, John Cooper, was a pivotal character in this story. An artist himself, he had attended the Slade School of Art after the First World War and supplemented his income by teaching in the evenings. He encouraged the artists, the vast majority of whom did not come from privileged backgrounds, to paint what was around them and what they saw on an everyday basis. His connection to the Slade brought a number of influential and established artists to Bow, none more so than Walter Sickert. This creative atmosphere was an inspiration to those who dedicated their spare time to the group - most of those studying under Cooper were painting purely in their spare time in addition to working as tradesmen, shop girls, window cleaners and basket makers during the day. David Buckman, in his seminal book on the subject: 'From Bow to Biennale' (2012), numbers 35 eventual members of the group. Among the main protagonists were brothers Walter and Harold Steggles, Elwin Hawthorne and his future wife Lilian Leahy, Henry Silk, Albert Turpin, Brynhild Parker and Phyllis Bray (Cooper's wife). Showing as the East London Art Club, an exhibition at the Whitechapel Art Gallery in 1928 began a chain of events that led to a further exhibition at what was the Millbank Gallery (now Tate) in 1929 and onto a succession of shows between 1929 and 1936 at the prestigious Lefevre Gallery in King Street, St. James's. Lefevre was one of the leading galleries of the day, with a rich stable of artists and exhibitions including the likes of Picasso, Matisse, Degas, Modigliani and Cezanne. The shows were commercially very successful and also frequently garnered critical praise. This short period witnessed unparalleled productivity for the group - documenting the east end of London in the interwar years. Although many of the artists continued to paint beyond these years, it is the work from this era which is the most exciting and evocative.

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    • λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Essex Landscape
      Oct. 12, 2021

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Essex Landscape

      Est: £2,000 - £3,000

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997)Essex LandscapeOil on boardSigned (lower right); further signed and titled (verso)25 x 39.5cm (9¾ x 15½ in.)Painted in 1930, it has been suggested that the artist re-visited the work in the early 1950s as the treatment of the clouds is more consistent with this later period.Exhibited:London, Alex Reid & Lefevre, 1930, ex. cat. (according to artist's logbook)THE EAST LONDON GROUPBorn out of classes for working men and women at the Bow and Bromley Evening Institute in the mid-1920s, the East London Group is a remarkable story of a journey from humble beginnings to the lauded galleries of the west end and beyond. The group's teacher, John Cooper, was a pivotal character in this story. An artist himself, he had attended the Slade School of Art after the First World War and supplemented his income by teaching in the evenings. He encouraged the artists, the vast majority of whom did not come from privileged backgrounds, to paint what was around them and what they saw on an everyday basis. His connection to the Slade brought a number of influential and established artists to Bow, none more so than Walter Sickert. This creative atmosphere was an inspiration to those who dedicated their spare time to the group - most of those studying under Cooper were painting purely in their spare time in addition to working as tradesmen, shop girls, window cleaners and basket makers during the day. David Buckman, in his seminal book on the subject: 'From Bow to Biennale' (2012), numbers 35 eventual members of the group. Among the main protagonists were brothers Walter and Harold Steggles, Elwin Hawthorne and his future wife Lilian Leahy, Henry Silk, Albert Turpin, Brynhild Parker and Phyllis Bray (Cooper's wife). Showing as the East London Art Club, an exhibition at the Whitechapel Art Gallery in 1928 began a chain of events that led to a further exhibition at what was the Millbank Gallery (now Tate) in 1929 and onto a succession of shows between 1929 and 1936 at the prestigious Lefevre Gallery in King Street, St. James's. Lefevre was one of the leading galleries of the day, with a rich stable of artists and exhibitions including the likes of Picasso, Matisse, Degas, Modigliani and Cezanne. The shows were commercially very successful and also frequently garnered critical praise. This short period witnessed unparalleled productivity for the group - documenting the east end of London in the interwar years. Although many of the artists continued to paint beyond these years, it is the work from this era which is the most exciting and evocative.

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    • λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Wye Valley near Hereford
      Mar. 18, 2021

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Wye Valley near Hereford

      Est: £600 - £800

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997)Wye Valley near HerefordOil on boardSigned (lower left)21.5 x 31.5cm (8¼ x 12¼ in.)

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    • λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Dorset Landscape
      Mar. 18, 2021

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997), Dorset Landscape

      Est: £600 - £800

      λ Walter Steggles (British 1908-1997)Dorset LandscapeOil on boardSigned (lower right)24 x 28.5cm (9¼ x 11 in.)The view depicted is about six miles west of Blandford Forum near Bulbarrow Hill.

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    • Walter James Steggles (1908-1997)
      Oct. 16, 2013

      Walter James Steggles (1908-1997)

      Est: £1,200 - £1,800

      Walter James Steggles (1908-1997) Thames at Cookham signed 'W.J.STEGGLES' (lower right) oil on canvas 10 x 24 in. (25.4 x 61 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Walter James Steggles (1902-1997)
      Dec. 15, 2011

      Walter James Steggles (1902-1997)

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      Walter James Steggles (1902-1997) Musée de Cire, Montmartre signed 'W.J.STEGGLES' (lower left), signed again and inscribed 'MUSéE DE CIRE MONTMARTRE/W.J.STEGGLES' (on the stretcher) oil on canvas 12 x 16 in. (30.5 x 40.7 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Walter James Steggles (1902-1997)
      Dec. 15, 2011

      Walter James Steggles (1902-1997)

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      Walter James Steggles (1902-1997) West Mersea signed 'W.J. STEGGLES' (lower right) oil on canvas 16 x 18 in. (40.7 x 45.8 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Artwork by : Walter James Steggles (1902-1997)
      Jun. 15, 2011

      Artwork by : Walter James Steggles (1902-1997)

      Est: £200 - £300

      Artwork by : Walter James Steggles (1902-1997)

      Woolley & Wallis
    • Walter James Steggles , 1908-1997 childerditch common, near brentwood in essex oil on canvas
      Nov. 19, 2008

      Walter James Steggles , 1908-1997 childerditch common, near brentwood in essex oil on canvas

      Est: £400 - £600

      signed l.l.: W.J.STEGGLES oil on canvas

      Sotheby's
    • WALTER JAMES STEGGLES (1902-1997) 'The Thames at
      Dec. 19, 2007

      WALTER JAMES STEGGLES (1902-1997) 'The Thames at

      Est: £400 - £600

      WALTER JAMES STEGGLES (1902-1997) 'The Thames at Cookham', signed, oils on canvas, 9 1/2" x 23" (see illustration).

      Mallams
    • Camden Lock
      May. 09, 2007

      Camden Lock

      Est: £600 - £800

      Walter James Steggles (1907-1998) Camden Lock signed 'W. J. STEGGLES' (lower right) oil on canvas 16 x 20 in. (40.7 x 50.8 cm.)

      Christie's
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