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      • Thomson (Hugh) "Miss Susan, I think I hear their voices in dispute", an original illustration for James Barrie's 'Quality Street', pen and ink, 1913
        Feb. 15, 2024

        Thomson (Hugh) "Miss Susan, I think I hear their voices in dispute", an original illustration for James Barrie's 'Quality Street', pen and ink, 1913

        Est: £400 - £600

        Thomson (Hugh) "Miss Susan, I think I hear their voices in dispute", an original illustration for James Barrie's 'Quality Street', pen and black ink, watercolour, pencil under-drawing, signed in ink and dated '1913' in the lower left corner, pencil inscription to lower margin, wove paper mounted on board support, sheet 352 x 255 mm (13 3/4 x 10 in), old glue residue to margins, brown ink inscriptions verso, unframed, 1913 Provenance: Robert D. Steedman, Newcastle [old receipt included] Private collection, London

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      • Thomson (Hugh) "You were going to observe, Sir", an original illustration for Oliver Goldsmith's 'She stoops to conquer', Act II, pen and ink, 1912
        Feb. 15, 2024

        Thomson (Hugh) "You were going to observe, Sir", an original illustration for Oliver Goldsmith's 'She stoops to conquer', Act II, pen and ink, 1912

        Est: £400 - £600

        Thomson (Hugh) "You were going to observe, Sir", an original illustration for Oliver Goldsmith's 'She stoops to conquer', Act II, pen and black ink, watercolour, heightened with white, pencil under-drawing, signed and dated in brown ink to the lower right corner, further pencil inscription to lower left with title, 360 x 260 mm (14 1/8 x 10 1/4 in), affixed onto support, old adhesive residue to margins, unframed, 1912 Provenance: Fine Art Society, London [stock number verso 'I.5924'], October 1970. Private collection, London

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      • Thomson (Hugh) "Give me leave to introduce Miss Constance Neville...", an original illustration for Oliver Goldsmith's 'She stoops to conquer', Act II, pen and ink, [c.1912]
        Feb. 15, 2024

        Thomson (Hugh) "Give me leave to introduce Miss Constance Neville...", an original illustration for Oliver Goldsmith's 'She stoops to conquer', Act II, pen and ink, [c.1912]

        Est: £400 - £600

        Thomson (Hugh) "Give me leave to introduce Miss Constance Neville...", an original illustration for Oliver Goldsmith's 'She stoops to conquer', Act II, pen and black ink, watercolour, heightened with white, pencil under-drawing, signed in brown ink to the lower left corner, further pencil inscription to lower margin with title, 335 x 252 mm (13 1/4 x 9 7/8 in), hinged into mount, unframed, [circa 1912] Provenance: Sale. Christie's, London [label to inside mount], lot 507; Sale. Bonham's, London, 19th November 2008, lot 231; Private collection, London

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      • Thomson (Hugh) "There - my note of hand will do as well", an original illustration for Sheridan's 'The School for Scandal', (Act 3, scene I), pen and ink, 1911
        Feb. 15, 2024

        Thomson (Hugh) "There - my note of hand will do as well", an original illustration for Sheridan's 'The School for Scandal', (Act 3, scene I), pen and ink, 1911

        Est: £400 - £600

        Thomson (Hugh) "There - my note of hand will do as well", an original illustration for Sheridan's 'The School for Scandal', (Act 3, scene I), pen and ink, watercolour, traces of pencil under-drawing, signed and dated in the lower left corner, title inscribed in pencil within lower margin, unframed, 1911 Provenance: Sale. Christie's, Original Books Illustrations, 7th July 1993, lot 65 Private collection, London

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      • Thomson (Hugh) "In the strictest confidence...", an original illustration for James Allen's 'A Kentucky Cardinal and Aftermath', pen and ink, [c.1909]
        Feb. 15, 2024

        Thomson (Hugh) "In the strictest confidence...", an original illustration for James Allen's 'A Kentucky Cardinal and Aftermath', pen and ink, [c.1909]

        Est: £400 - £600

        Thomson (Hugh) "In the strictest confidence...", an original illustration for James Allen's 'A Kentucky Cardinal and Aftermath', pen and black ink, watercolour, pencil under-drawing, signed with initials in the lower right corner, on cream wove paper affixed onto paper support, sheet 320 x 250 mm (12 1/2 x 9 7/8 in), ink inscription verso, old pin holes to corners, minor surface dirt and light browning, unframed, [circa 1909] Provenance: Private collection, London

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      • Thomson (Hugh) "He has a moustache now", an original illustration, possibly for Thackeray's 'The History of Henry Esmond', pen and ink, 1904
        Feb. 15, 2024

        Thomson (Hugh) "He has a moustache now", an original illustration, possibly for Thackeray's 'The History of Henry Esmond', pen and ink, 1904

        Est: £200 - £300

        Thomson (Hugh) "He has a moustache now", an original illustration, possibly for Thackeray's 'The History of Henry Esmond', pen and ink, watercolour, signed and dated in the lower right corner, sheet 320 x 260 mm (12 1/2 x 10 1/4 in), tipped onto paper support, surface dirt, unframed, 1904  Provenance: Private collection, London

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      • Thomson (Hugh) "A doorstep Party", an original illustration for 'Highways and Byways in London', pen and ink, 1902; and another from the same, 1902 (2)
        Feb. 15, 2024

        Thomson (Hugh) "A doorstep Party", an original illustration for 'Highways and Byways in London', pen and ink, 1902; and another from the same, 1902 (2)

        Est: £300 - £500

        Thomson (Hugh) "A doorstep Party", an original illustration for 'Highways and Byways in London', pen and black ink, touches of watercolour, possibly a later hand, traces of pencil under-drawing, signed and dated in the lower left corner, title inscribed underneath, sheet 325 x 260 mm (12 3/4 x 10 1/4 in), minor exposure lines, unframed, 1902; together with another from the same, titled "A Sketch in Trafalgar Square', pen and black ink, signed and dated ''02', sheet 320 x 260 mm (12 1/4 x 10 1/4 in), surface dirt and browning, unframed, 1902 (2)  Provenance: [A doorstep Party] Sale. Sotheby's, London, Printed Books..., 27th July 1983, lot 509 Private collection, London

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      • Thomson (Hugh) "What have you done? She implored", an original illustration for 'A Kentucky Cardinal', pen and ink, 1901
        Feb. 15, 2024

        Thomson (Hugh) "What have you done? She implored", an original illustration for 'A Kentucky Cardinal', pen and ink, 1901

        Est: £200 - £300

        Thomson (Hugh) "What have you done? She implored", an original illustration for 'A Kentucky Cardinal', pen and ink, signed and dated in the lower right corner, image 285 x 225 mm (11 1/4 x 8 3/4 in), minor surface dirt, fixed onto board and with mount affixed over the top, unframed, 1901 Provenance: Private collection, London

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      • Thomson (Hugh) "The Death of the Old Grey Mare", an original illustration, pen and ink, 1897; together with two further original illustrations by Thomson, 1891-1899 (3)
        Feb. 15, 2024

        Thomson (Hugh) "The Death of the Old Grey Mare", an original illustration, pen and ink, 1897; together with two further original illustrations by Thomson, 1891-1899 (3)

        Est: £300 - £400

        Thomson (Hugh) "The Death of the Old Grey Mare", an original illustration, pen and ink, watercolour, signed and dated lower left, further inscribed 'With Kind regards from/ Hugh Thomson', sheet 320 x 250 mm (12 1/2 x 9 3/4 in), affixed onto board support, some repairs and surface dirt, unframed, 1897; together with two further original illustrations by Thomson, "Mr Mulliner", and "Opened it before his eyes", 230 x 160 mm (9 x 6 1/4 in) and 290 x 210 mm (11 1/2 x 8 1/4 in), respectively, all unframed, 1891-1899 (3)

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      • Thomson (Hugh) "Pied Piper of Hamelin", an original illustration, pen and ink, 1893
        Feb. 15, 2024

        Thomson (Hugh) "Pied Piper of Hamelin", an original illustration, pen and ink, 1893

        Est: £300 - £400

        Thomson (Hugh) "Pied Piper of Hamelin", an original illustration, pen and brown ink, watercolour, traces of pencil under-drawing, signed and dated '1893' in the lower right corner, further inscribed underneath 'With Hugh Thomson's kind regards 1897', sheet 280 x 205 mm (11 1/4 x 8 1/8 in), laid onto card support, repaired tear in the upper centre, tear to the lower left corner, surface dirt and light browning, unframed, 1893 Provenance: Private collection, London

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      • Thomson (Hugh) "Cavalier on Horseback", an original illustration, pen and ink, 1890; and two others similar (3)
        Feb. 15, 2024

        Thomson (Hugh) "Cavalier on Horseback", an original illustration, pen and ink, 1890; and two others similar (3)

        Est: £200 - £300

        Thomson (Hugh) "Cavalier on Horseback", an original illustration, pen and ink, signed and dated in pencil, sheet 75 x 190 mm (3 x 7 1/2 in), under glass, minor surface dirt, framed, 189; together with two further pen and ink drawings by Thomson, including a humorous satire on the art connoisseur, between 150 x 150 mm (5 7/8 x 5 7/8 in) and 240 x 150 mm (9 1/2 x 5 7/8 in), both unframed, [circa 1900] (3) Provenance: [Cavalier] with The Fine Art Society, London [label on reverse, no. 15818, Oct. 1970]

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      • Thomson (Hugh) Six original illustrations for books published by Macmillan & Co., pen and ink, c. 1886-1888 (6)
        Feb. 15, 2024

        Thomson (Hugh) Six original illustrations for books published by Macmillan & Co., pen and ink, c. 1886-1888 (6)

        Est: £700 - £1,000

        Thomson (Hugh) Six original illustrations for books published by Macmillan & Co., pen and inks, all on artist's board, all with Macmillan & Co. purple stamps verso, each sheet approx. 240 x 300 mm (9 1/2 x 11 3/4 in), the reverse, or slightly smaller, scattered spotting and surface dirt, some browning, all unframed, circa 1886-1888 (6) Provenance: [One drawing] with the Fine Art Society, London Private collection, London

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      • Thomson (Hugh) Five original illustrations from books published in the 1880s, pen and inks (5)
        Feb. 15, 2024

        Thomson (Hugh) Five original illustrations from books published in the 1880s, pen and inks (5)

        Est: £700 - £1,000

        Thomson (Hugh) Five original illustrations from books published in the 1880s, including one from 'Evelina', and another for 'The English Illustrated Magazine', pen and inks, various sizes between 120 x 120 mm (4 3/4 x 4 3/4 in) and 320 x 260 mm (12 1/2 x 10 1/4 in), occasional browning and surface dirt, all unframed, circa 1880s (5) Provenance: Private collection, London

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      • Thomson (Hugh) Seized both Triplet's hands; One more dance, two original drawings, 1898-1899 (2)
        Oct. 05, 2023

        Thomson (Hugh) Seized both Triplet's hands; One more dance, two original drawings, 1898-1899 (2)

        Est: £200 - £300

        Thomson (Hugh) Seized both Triplet's hands; One more dance, pen and black ink, pencil, watercolour, both signed and dated, each approx. 290 x 205 mm (11 1/2 x 8 1/8 in), hinged into mounts, some surface dirt, slightly rough edges, unframed, 1898-1899 (2)

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      • British original illustration.- Thomson (Hugh) Two sheets of character head studies, pen and ink, [early 20th century]; and two original drawings by E.H. Shepard, watercolour, pen and ink, [mid 20th …
        Oct. 05, 2023

        British original illustration.- Thomson (Hugh) Two sheets of character head studies, pen and ink, [early 20th century]; and two original drawings by E.H. Shepard, watercolour, pen and ink, [mid 20th …

        Est: £150 - £200

        British original illustration.- Thomson (Hugh) Two sheets of character head studies, pen and black inks, one sheet signed in pencil, 170 x 120 mm (6 3/4 x 4 3/4 in), and slightly larger, some surface dirt, hinged into mounts, unframed, [early 20th century]; together with two original book illustrations by E.H. Shepard, including a full watercolour study for "Penelope herself came down" from A Noble Company's 'The return of Ulysses', 1962, and a monochrome pen and ink study for page 5 from 'The Tinder Box', the first mentioned signed by Shepard, 195 x 125 mm (7 5/8 x 4 7/8 in), and 125 x 115 mm (4 7/8 x 4 1/2 in), respectively, all unframed, [early 20th century] (4)

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      • Thomson (Hugh, 1860-1920). Original illustration 'Madame Duval accompanied by Monsieur Du Bois'
        Feb. 15, 2023

        Thomson (Hugh, 1860-1920). Original illustration 'Madame Duval accompanied by Monsieur Du Bois'

        Est: £300 - £400

        Thomson (Hugh, 1860-1920). Original illustration 'Madame Duval accompanied by Monsieur Du Bois' * Thomson (Hugh, 1860-1920). Original pen and ink illustration of 'Madame Duval accompanied by Monsieur Du Bois', from "Evelina" by Fanny Burney, 1903, pen & ink on wove paper, signed and dated at foot, 32 x 21.5 cm, framed and glazed with old and modern caption labels to verso (the original illustration was replicated in 'Evelina', London: Macmillan, 1903, p.81), together with: Cooke (William Cubitt, 1866-1951), 'Sir Clement's departure', from 'Evelina' by Frances Burney, monochrome watercolour wash heightened with bodycolour, signed and dated '92' lower right, 17 x 10 cm, laid-down on artist board, framed and glazed (the original illustration was replicated in 'Evelina', London: J.M. Dent, 1893, vol. 2, p.210), and Cooke (William Cubitt, 1866-1951), Lord Orville introduces himself, from 'Evelina' by Frances Burney, monochrome watercolour wash heightened with bodycolour, signed and dated '92' lower left, 18.5 x 13 cm, laid-down on artist board, framed and glazed with old manuscript caption to verso (the original illustration was replicated in 'Evelina', London: J.M. Dent, 1893, vol. 1, p.23), Dadd (Frank, 1851-1929), 'The Old Huntsman', monochrome watercolour and wash, signed with initials, 17 x 12 cm, framed and glazed, plus other original artwork, many for publications, including nine watercolour drawings by 'Kyd' (Joseph Clayton Clark) of characters from Dickens' works (five framed and glazed), and pen and ink sketches by C.E. Brock of two gentlemen entitled 'All herded together', dated 1910, and three pen and ink illustrations by Faith Jaques (1923-97), and four others QTY: (21) NOTE: Provenance: Chris Viveash. The first item was purchased from Ian Hodgkins Ltd., Stroud, 14th June 2002. Catalogue 115, item 45.

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      • Thomson (Hugh, 1860-1920). Two original drawings, 1900 & 1902
        Dec. 15, 2022

        Thomson (Hugh, 1860-1920). Two original drawings, 1900 & 1902

        Est: £100 - £150

        Thomson (Hugh, 1860-1920). Two original drawings, 1900 & 1902 * Thomson (Hugh, 1860-1920). Two original drawings, 1900 & 1902, both pen & ink on wove paper, the first of a young man with a cane raised ready to strike a boy struggling to get away, the second titled 'Lazy Lawrence' of a yawning man lying by a pond with a younger boy looking on, both signed and titled to lower margin and the latter titled beneath, 30 x 21 cm and similar, both framed and glazed QTY: (2)

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      • Hugh Thomson, Irish (1860-1920) An original pen and ink Drawing for Jane Austen's "Emma,"
        Dec. 07, 2022

        Hugh Thomson, Irish (1860-1920) An original pen and ink Drawing for Jane Austen's "Emma,"

        Est: €400 - €500

        Hugh Thomson, Irish (1860-1920) An original pen and ink Drawing for Jane Austen's "Emma," entitled "You have heard those charming Lines of the Poet," (page 233, chapter 33), mounted and framed, with engraved plaque. (1)

        Fonsie Mealy Auctioneers
      • Hugh Thomson, Irish (1860-1920) A set of three original pen and ink Illustrations for Jane Austen'
        Dec. 07, 2022

        Hugh Thomson, Irish (1860-1920) A set of three original pen and ink Illustrations for Jane Austen'

        Est: €1,000 - €1,500

        Hugh Thomson, Irish (1860-1920) A set of three original pen and ink Illustrations for Jane Austen's "Mansfield Park," including, the following titles: * "To Advise Him Not to Venture," (page 168) * "She Still Went on after a Civil Reception," (page 270) * "There - Much good may such Fine Relations do You," (page 397), each Signed with initials and dated, mounted. (3)

        Fonsie Mealy Auctioneers
      • Hugh Thomson, Irish (1860-1920) A set of three original pen and ink Drawings for Jane Austen's "
        Dec. 07, 2022

        Hugh Thomson, Irish (1860-1920) A set of three original pen and ink Drawings for Jane Austen's "

        Est: €1,000 - €1,500

        Hugh Thomson, Irish (1860-1920) A set of three original pen and ink Drawings for Jane Austen's "Sense and Sensibility" - entitled "You have heard I Suppose," (page 232); Jane Austen's "Persuasion," entitled "Someone was taking him There," (page 287); Jane Austen's "Northanger Abbey," entitled "The Three Villains in Horseman's Great Coats," (page 108), all initialled and Signed, mounted. (3)

        Fonsie Mealy Auctioneers
      • Hugh Thomson - [William] Shakespeare. As you like it.
        Nov. 27, 2022

        Hugh Thomson - [William] Shakespeare. As you like it.

        Est: €280 - €400

        Comedy with Illustrations by Hugh Thomson. – Richard Brinsley Sheridan. The School for Scandal. London, Hodder & Stoughton [1909 und 1911]. Mit 40 bzw. 25 montierten Farbtafeln und einigen Textillustrationen. Zwei Originalpergamentbände, beide mit reicher Vergoldung. Exemplar 2 von 500 bzw. 246 von 350 der Luxusausgaben. – Beide im Auflagenvermerk vom Künstler signiert. – Auf Velin. – Die Tafeln in I mit einem Seidenvorblatt mit der entsprechenden Textstelle. – Hugh Thomson (1860–1920) wurde um 1900 durch seine Illustrationen zu einigen Romanen Jane Austens bekannt. I: 29 : 23,5 cm. XXXV, [1], 142, [2] Seiten, 40 Tafeln. – Leicht fleckig, Seidenschließband fehlt. – Vorsatzblatt vorn leicht fleckig, unbeschnittene Seitenränder etwas angestaubt. II: 31,5 : 25,7 cm. [4], 195, [5] Seiten. – Tadellos erhalten. – Exlibris. [Keywords: ; ]

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      • * Thomson (Hugh, 1860-1920). Tom Brown's School Days
        Jun. 16, 2022

        * Thomson (Hugh, 1860-1920). Tom Brown's School Days

        Est: £300 - £500

        * Thomson (Hugh, 1860-1920). Tom Brown's School Days Thomson (Hugh, 1860-1920). Tom Brown's School Days, 1916, pen and ink, depicting a boy reclining on a chaise longue with a book open in his hands, his head turned towards a fellow school boy sat next to him at a desk, signed lower right and dated 1916, caption in ink to margin 'I've made up my mind, broke in Tom...', printer's notes to margins, laid on board, sheet size 28.1 x 21 cm (11 x 8 1/4 ins), mounted (42 x 34.2 cm), together with Tom Brown's School Days, pen and ink, depicting a boy dressed in whites with a cricket bat in his hands, wearing a boater, sitting on a bench next to a man dressed in black, on the floor in front of them a boy sitting cross legged dressed in whites, wearing a boater with a cricket bat laid across his lap, hands clasped, signed lower left, caption in ink to margin 'On the Slope of the Island', printer's notes to margin, laid onto card, spotting to margins on card, 28.9 x 20 cms (11 3/8 x 7 7/8 ins), mounted (42.9 x 33.2 cm), plus 'The Poplars', pencil and ink, depicting a Georgian house in the background with trees and bushes in its garden, a man walks past the house to the right turning to look at the lady and child also walking along the pavement, caption in pencil to left margin '"The Poplars" House at Enfield once inhabited by Charles Lamb', printer's notes to margin, sheet size 17.7 x 25.4 cm (7 x 10 ins), mounted (25.6 x 30.4 cm), with 'The Old King & Tinker Inn', colour watercolour and ink, depicting an Inn in the countryside, title in blue pencil to lower edge, printer's notes to left margin, sheet size 17.6 x 23.7 cm (6 7/8 x 9 1/4 ins), mounted (25.4 x 30.5 cm) QTY: (4)

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      • Hugh Thomson (British, 1860-1920), The Chase, A Poem by William Somerville, Esq. Book the First, 1896, pen and ink on card, 9 x 11 3/4in (23 x 30cm)
        Sep. 10, 2021

        Hugh Thomson (British, 1860-1920), The Chase, A Poem by William Somerville, Esq. Book the First, 1896, pen and ink on card, 9 x 11 3/4in (23 x 30cm)

        Est: $300 - $500

        Hugh Thomson (British, 1860-1920) The Chase, A Poem by William Somerville, Esq. Book the First, 1896 pen and ink on card Title page, signed with monogram HT and dated lower right

        Andrew Jones Auctions
      • Hugh Thomson, Turn-of-the-Century Irish Illustrator, Eight Original Drawings
        Jun. 24, 2020

        Hugh Thomson, Turn-of-the-Century Irish Illustrator, Eight Original Drawings

        Est: $200 - $300

        Hugh Thomson, Turn-of-the-Century Irish Illustrator, Eight Original Drawings Eight original pencil drawings on paper by Irish illustrator Hugh Thomson (1860-1920), one signed with the artist's "HT" monogram and dated "1913." Graphite and blue colored pencil on watermarked cream paper sheets, many drawings with handwritten captions identifying the location. In very good to near fine condition overall, a few with isolated minor foxing. The largest drawings measure 6.75" x 9". The handsome array of original drawings by Hugh Thomson include 6 landscapes and 2 caricature type portraits. Thomson's landscapes depict cow pastures, monuments, and ports in Northumberland near the Scottish border. Studies include: "The Cross at Branxton commemorating Flodden," "Study at Blyth," "The Cheriots (?) from Chillingham Castle Gates," "Amble + Coquet River + Island from Warkworth Castle," and "Sat Sept 8 Braceleaf [Border Country]." Thomson's two portraits capture the quintessential crusty British mariner. A squinting mustachioed ship's captain walks briskly with his hands in his pockets, while a pot-belled bearded old salt takes in the lay of the land. In the latter drawing, Thomson appears to have first sketched the outlines in blue colored pencil. Hugh Thomson's artistic career began at age 17 when he joined the London-based firm of Marcus Ward & Co. He soon left greeting cards behind, contributing to the English Illustrated Magazine. Thomson's best known illustrations appeared in classic editions of Shakespeare, Dickens, Austen, and Gaskell. Thomson was praised for his meticulous working method, which included conducting research at museums prior to executing his work. As a result, Thomson's illustrations flawlessly replicate historical fashion, hairstyles, furnishings, and architectural details. From the Collection of M.B. Goldstone. This item comes with a Certificate from John Reznikoff, a premier authenticator for both major 3rd party authentication services, PSA and JSA (James Spence Authentications), as well as numerous auction houses. WE PROVIDE IN-HOUSE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE!

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      • * Thomson (Hugh, 1860-1920). Two original drawings, 1900 & 1902
        Dec. 12, 2019

        * Thomson (Hugh, 1860-1920). Two original drawings, 1900 & 1902

        Est: £150 - £200

        * Thomson (Hugh, 1860-1920). Two original drawings, 1900 & 1902, both pen & ink on wove paper, the first of a young man with a cane raised ready to strike a boy struggling to get away, the second titled 'Lazy Lawrence' of a yawning man lying by a pond with an onlooking younger boy, both signed and titled to lower margin and the latter titled beneath, 30 x 21 cm and similar, both framed and glazed (Qty: 2)

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      • BARRIE, James Matthew, Sir (1860-1937). -- Hugh THOMSON (1860-1920), illustrator. Quality Street. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1913. LIMITED EDITION, SIGNED BY THOMSON.
        Nov. 06, 2019

        BARRIE, James Matthew, Sir (1860-1937). -- Hugh THOMSON (1860-1920), illustrator. Quality Street. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1913. LIMITED EDITION, SIGNED BY THOMSON.

        Est: $100 - $200

        BARRIE, James Matthew, Sir (1860-1937). -- Hugh THOMSON (1860-1920), illustrator. Quality Street. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1913.  4to. 22 tipped-in color plates, numerous illustrations. Original vellum gilt (both green silk ties detached, only one present, some light soiling).  LIMITED EDITION, number 491 of 1000 copies SIGNED BY THOMSON.

        Hindman
      • CHIVERS OF BATH. BURNEY, FANNY. 1752-1840. THOMSON, HUGH. 1860-1920. Evelina, or The History of a Young Lady's Entrance Into the World. London: MacMillan and Co., 1903.
        Jun. 13, 2019

        CHIVERS OF BATH. BURNEY, FANNY. 1752-1840. THOMSON, HUGH. 1860-1920. Evelina, or The History of a Young Lady's Entrance Into the World. London: MacMillan and Co., 1903.

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        CHIVERS OF BATH. BURNEY, FANNY. 1752-1840. THOMSON, HUGH. 1860-1920. Evelina, or The History of a Young Lady's Entrance Into the World. London: MacMillan and Co., 1903. 8vo. Hand-painted vellum by Cedric Chivers of Bath, top edge gilt. Corners slightly bumped, slight cracking to top joint, light soiling.Elaborately decorated vellucent binding in polychrome paints and gilt on vellum over beveled boards, featuring a portrait of the title character based upon on Thomson's illustrations in the book, stamped by the maker on the back turn-in.

        Bonhams
      • Hugh Thomson Illustrated Volumes
        May. 25, 2019

        Hugh Thomson Illustrated Volumes

        Est: $150 - $180

        The Vicar of Wakefield by Oliver Goldsmith. Illustrations by Hugh Thomson. London. Macmillan & Co. 1890. + Cranford by Mrs Gaskell. Illustrations by Hugh Thomson. London. Macmillan & Co. 1891. Both 26x17.5cm. Both bound in buckram (spines faded) , spine paper label, uncut, some foxing on edges.

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      • Thomson (Hugh, illustrator, 1860-1920) ["And kissed her fair fingertips to him"], original pen and ink illustration from Thackeray's The History of Henry Esmond, 1904.
        Feb. 07, 2019

        Thomson (Hugh, illustrator, 1860-1920) ["And kissed her fair fingertips to him"], original pen and ink illustration from Thackeray's The History of Henry Esmond, 1904.

        Est: £200 - £300

        Thomson (Hugh, illustrator, 1860-1920) ["And kissed her fair fingertips to him"], signed "HT", original pen and ink illustration from Thackeray's The History of Henry Esmond, Esq., very slight browning, very small tear in right margin, 320 x 232mm., 1904.

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      • Thomson (Hugh) "Basin trolling forth snatches of a warlike song", original pen and ink illustration from John Moffatt and Ernest Druce's Ray Farley, [1902]; and 2 other pen and ink illustrations from the same work (3).
        Feb. 07, 2019

        Thomson (Hugh) "Basin trolling forth snatches of a warlike song", original pen and ink illustration from John Moffatt and Ernest Druce's Ray Farley, [1902]; and 2 other pen and ink illustrations from the same work (3).

        Est: £200 - £300

        Thomson (Hugh, illustrator, 1860-1920) "Basin trolling forth snatches of a warlike song", original pen and ink illustration from John Moffatt and Ernest Druce's Ray Farley, slightly browned, some small surface soiling, 320 x 260mm., [1902]; and 2 other pen and ink illustrations from the same work, v.s. (3).

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      • Hugh Thomson, titled 'Lord Bute's Bodyguard of Pri
        Nov. 29, 2018

        Hugh Thomson, titled 'Lord Bute's Bodyguard of Pri

        Est: £250 - £400

        Hugh Thomson, titled 'Lord Bute's Bodyguard of Prizefighters', signed and dated 08, watercolour and pen. 23cm x 29cm; and another of the hunt signed '07, 31cm x 20cm (2). CONDITION:

        Ewbank's
      • Hugh Thomson, depicting stable hand feeding a hors
        Nov. 29, 2018

        Hugh Thomson, depicting stable hand feeding a hors

        Est: £200 - £300

        Hugh Thomson, depicting stable hand feeding a horse from a bucket and title ' A mouthful of gruel', signed watercolour and pen, 31cm x 19cm. CONDITION:

        Ewbank's
      • Hugh Thomson, 'Georgiana and her Mother coming out
        Nov. 29, 2018

        Hugh Thomson, 'Georgiana and her Mother coming out

        Est: £200 - £300

        Hugh Thomson, 'Georgiana and her Mother coming out', signed and dated 1900, watercolour and pen, 30cm x 20cm. CONDITION:

        Ewbank's
      • Hugh Thomson, depicting a seated gentleman dressed
        Nov. 29, 2018

        Hugh Thomson, depicting a seated gentleman dressed

        Est: £200 - £300

        Hugh Thomson, depicting a seated gentleman dressed in 18th century dress flanked by a lady either side, and titled 'Well now ladies, I think we sit very well', and signed and dated 1903, watercolour and pen, 31cm x 24cm. CONDITION:

        Ewbank's
      • Hugh Thomson (1860-1920) English, After, A Tally Ho Idyll Parts I-V, from the Pears Christmas Annual 1897 (5) Colour lithographs
        Apr. 29, 2018

        Hugh Thomson (1860-1920) English, After, A Tally Ho Idyll Parts I-V, from the Pears Christmas Annual 1897 (5) Colour lithographs

        Est: $60 - $80

        Hugh Thomson (1860-1920) English, After, A Tally Ho Idyll Parts I-V, from the Pears Christmas Annual 1897 (5) Colour lithographs Each 37.5 x 29 cm sight

        Theodore Bruce
      • Hugh Thompson (British, 1860-1920), 'Shere Church'
        Mar. 22, 2018

        Hugh Thompson (British, 1860-1920), 'Shere Church'

        Est: £200 - £300

        Hugh Thompson (British, 1860-1920), 'Shere Church', signed, pencil and watercolour, framed and glazed, picture size: 26.5cm x 22.5cm, frame size: 46cm x 40cm. This is the original illustration published in 'Highways and Byways of Surrey' by Eric Parker in 1908, illustrated by Hugh Thompson. Sold with a copy of the book (MacMillan and co.1921 Reprint), this original drawing is the illustration for page 111. Provenance: part of The Stephen Furniss Collection of Pictures relating to Shere and The Surrey Hills. These pictures were collected during Stephen's time as a self-employed antiques dealer, trading from an Antique Centre in Shere between 1982 and 2000.

        Ewbank's
      • THOMSON (HUGH)
        Nov. 15, 2017

        THOMSON (HUGH)

        Est: £1,200 - £1,800

        THOMSON (HUGH) Four original illustrations for Mary Mitford's "Our Village", 1893; with a copy of the book illustrated by Thomson (5)

        Bonhams
      • Thomson (Hugh) - Ink drawing
        Jul. 27, 2016

        Thomson (Hugh) - Ink drawing

        Est: £200 - £300

        of an elderly woman seated at a desk talking to a girl standing at the door, captioned in pencil "Come here, child", signed and dated 1903, framed and glazed, 311mm. by 220mm. The drawing is an illustration to Fanny Burney's Evelina , published in 1903.

        Dreweatts 1759
      • Thomson (Hugh) - Ink drawing
        Jul. 27, 2016

        Thomson (Hugh) - Ink drawing

        Est: £200 - £300

        of a man holding a letter away from a young woman, captioned "Vehemently demanded him to return it", signed and dated 1903, framed and glazed, 298mm. by 212mm. The drawing is an illustration to Fanny Burney's Evelina , published in 1903.

        Dreweatts 1759
      • *Thomson (Hugh, 1860-1920).
        Jul. 21, 2016

        *Thomson (Hugh, 1860-1920).

        Est: £100 - £150

        *Thomson (Hugh, 1860-1920). Gossips, 1919, pen & ink, showing three young ladies in a street lined with Georgian houses, signed and dated lower left, 17 x 11cm (6.75 x 4.5ins), mounted, framed and glazed (1)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • HUGH THOMSON (1860-1920) 'Kingston', signed, penci
        Oct. 07, 2015

        HUGH THOMSON (1860-1920) 'Kingston', signed, penci

        Est: £200 - £300

        HUGH THOMSON (1860-1920) 'Kingston', signed, pencil and watercolour, 24.5 x 18.5cm The work was used for the illustration for highways and by-ways of Surrey Page 243 Ernest, Brown & Phillips, The Leicester Galleries label verso

        Mallams
      • Hugh Thomson - OUT HUNTING - Watercolour Drawing -
        Oct. 08, 2014

        Hugh Thomson - OUT HUNTING - Watercolour Drawing -

        Est: £80 - £120

        Hugh Thomson - OUT HUNTING - Watercolour Drawing - 5 x 5 inches - Unsigned

        Ross's Auctioneers & Valuers
      • Hugh Thomson Three hunting scenes, 'The Tally Ho
        Sep. 18, 2014

        Hugh Thomson Three hunting scenes, 'The Tally Ho

        Est: £30 - £50

        Hugh Thomson Three hunting scenes, 'The Tally Ho Idyll', coloured prints 38cm x 28cm

        Mallams
      • An Extremely Fine Gouache Illustration by the
        Oct. 04, 2013

        An Extremely Fine Gouache Illustration by the

        Est: £200 - £300

        An Extremely Fine Gouache Illustration by the Irish Book Illustrator Hugh Thompson 1860 - 1920. He was the illustrator of many famous books issued by Macmillan and Co. E.g. Mansfield Park 1897, Sense and Sensibility 1896, Tom Brown School Days 1918 just to mention a few. The drawing illustrated is from the novel 'A Ship of 49, entitled 'A slight moisture of kindly paternal tolerance of their extravagance glistened in his little eyes.' Artist proof no. 20/282 with Macmillan and Co. Approved stamp prior to printing for their book.

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      • An Extremely Fine Gouache Illustration by the
        Aug. 23, 2013

        An Extremely Fine Gouache Illustration by the

        Est: £300 - £500

        An Extremely Fine Gouache Illustration by the Irish Book Illustrator Hugh Thompson 1860 - 1920. He was the illustrator of many famous books issued by Macmillan and Co. E.g. Mansfield Park 1897, Sense and Sensibility 1896, Tom Brown School Days 1918 just to mention a few. The drawing illustrated is from the novel 'A Ship of 49, entitled 'A slight moisture of kindly paternal tolerance of their extravagance glistened in his little eyes.' Artist proof no. 20/282 with Macmillan and Co. Approved stamp prior to printing for their book.

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      • An Extremely Fine Gouache Illustration by the
        Aug. 03, 2013

        An Extremely Fine Gouache Illustration by the

        Est: £300 - £500

        An Extremely Fine Gouache Illustration by the Irish Book Illustrator Hugh Thompson 1860 - 1920. He was the illustrator of many famous books issued by Macmillan and Co. E.g. Mansfield Park 1897, Sense and Sensibility 1896, Tom Brown School Days 1918 just to mention a few. The drawing illustrated is from the novel 'A Ship of 49, entitled 'A slight moisture of kindly paternal tolerance of their extravagance glistened in his little eyes.' Artist proof no. 20/282 with Macmillan and Co. Approved stamp prior to printing for their book.

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      • HUGH THOMSON (1860-1920) "Figures in a park, two
        Apr. 12, 2013

        HUGH THOMSON (1860-1920) "Figures in a park, two

        Est: £200 - £300

        HUGH THOMSON (1860-1920) "Figures in a park, two ladies in foreground"", pen and ink with watercolour, signed and dated 1902 bottom left, 31 cm x 22 cm

        Moore Allen & Innocent
      • An Extremely Fine Gouache Illustration by the
        Mar. 28, 2013

        An Extremely Fine Gouache Illustration by the

        Est: £300 - £500

        An Extremely Fine Gouache Illustration by the Irish Book Illustrator Hugh Thompson 1860 - 1920. He was the illustrator of many famous books issued by Macmillan and Co. E.g. Mansfield Park 1897, Sense and Sensibility 1896, Tom Brown School Days 1918 just to mention a few. The drawing illustrated is from the novel 'A Ship of 49, entitled 'A slight moisture of kindly paternal tolerance of their extravagance glistened in his little eyes.' Artist proof no. 20/282 with Macmillan and Co. Approved stamp prior to printing for their book.

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