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Painter, Illustrator, b. 1856 - d. 1927

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          • R.C. WOODVILLE, JR. WATERCOLOR
            Feb. 09, 2024

            R.C. WOODVILLE, JR. WATERCOLOR

            Est: $50 - $100

            Richard Caton Woodville, Jr. (1856-1927, UK illustrator artist), framed and matted monochrome watercolor illustration art of a figure of a man on the floor. 5.25" x 9.25" ss / 13.5" x 17.25" oa

            Wiederseim Associates, Inc.
          • RICHARD CATON WOODVILLE, JR. PEN & INK
            Feb. 09, 2024

            RICHARD CATON WOODVILLE, JR. PEN & INK

            Est: $200 - $300

            Richard Caton Woodville, Jr. (1856-1927, UK illustrator artist) framed and matted pen and ink drawing titled "Pong" dated 1909, with a Dreweatt Neate auction gallery label. 10" x 7.5" ss / 17.5" x 14.5" oa

            Wiederseim Associates, Inc.
          • R.C. WOODVILLE ORIGINAL
            Feb. 09, 2024

            R.C. WOODVILLE ORIGINAL

            Est: $200 - $300

            Richard Caton Woodville, Jr. (1856-1927, UK) illustrator artist original artwork consisting of three watercolor/gouache on paper for short story titled "Magepa the Buck" written by H. Rider Haggard and published in "Pears' Christmas Annual 1912" (original print edition included). Original artwork has pencil written captions, all are signed and dated 1912. Largest: 14.25" x 11" oa

            Wiederseim Associates, Inc.
          • RICHARD CATON WOODVILLE (BRITISH 1856-1927), THE RELIEF OF LUCKNOW
            Jun. 14, 2023

            RICHARD CATON WOODVILLE (BRITISH 1856-1927), THE RELIEF OF LUCKNOW

            Est: £30,000 - £50,000

            RICHARD CATON WOODVILLE (BRITISH 1856-1927)THE RELIEF OF LUCKNOW BY GENERAL SIR HENRY HAVELOCK (1895)Oil on canvasSigned and dated '1895' (lower left)181 x 304cm (71¼ x 119½ in.)Provenance:Sale, Sotheby's, London, Important British and Irish Paintings, Watercolours and Drawings, 29 November 2001, lot 28Barnwell Manor, Northamptonshire, Windsor House AntiquesExhibited:Royal Academy, London, 1896, no. 486At a time of simmering resentment at colonial rule, with the British East India Company's annexation of lands including the Kingdom of Oudh in 1856, of which Lucknow was the capital, crippling taxation and religious intolerance, the Indian Rebellion, or the First War of Independence (also referred to as the Indian Mutiny) was sparked in May 1857, by an incident among angered Indian soldiers serving the British East India Company stationed at Meerut. It was quickly joined by Bengal Infantry regiments and civilians, spreading across north and north-east India including to the cities of Delhi, Agra, Kanpur, and Lucknow.Caton Woodville's painting of 1895 shows British soldiers and Indian allies grouped by the walls of a ruined building, perhaps the British Residency itself. The British general Sir Henry Havelock (1795-1857), with Sir James Outram (1803 - 1863) (technically commanding officer, but who had insisted that Havelock should remain in command until the Residency was taken), reached Lucknow on 26 September 1857 - and this is the moment represented in the present painting. At the time of Havelock's arrival, the British garrison at Lucknow had been under siege for five months, and Sir Henry Lawrence, Commander at the Residency during the onset of the attack, had died. Approximately a thousand British troops and 700 loyal sepoys held the Residency, and with them were about 150 women and children of the garrison, after it had been surrounded by hostile forces in July 1857. They were besieged by a force of around 60,000 rebels, including 10,000 British-trained soldiers. The governor Henry Lawrence had been killed in the initial engagement, and had been succeeded by General Inglis, and many other lives were lost in the heavy fighting for the city.An excerpt from the contemporary account of General Inglis was given in the 1896 Royal Academy exhibition catalogue: The annals of warfare contain no brighter page than that which will record the bravery, fortitude, vigilance, and patient endurance of hardships, privation and fatigue, displayed by the garrison of Lucknow. In the event, however, the forces led by Havelock had insufficient strength to be able to evacuate the Residency and thus he himself was caught within the besieged city.Reinforcements under Sir Colin Campbell (1792-1863) were brought into the campaign, and eventually on 16 November the siege was lifted. Cholera had swept through the embattled Residency, and Sir Henry Havelock died of disease and exhaustion on the very morning of the withdrawal of hostile forces. Fighting continued into the early months of 1858, and it was not until 21 March of that year that the British had regained possession of the city and surrounding area.

            Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
          • Richard Caton Woodville (British, 1856-1
            Mar. 10, 2023

            Richard Caton Woodville (British, 1856-1

            Est: £40 - £60

            Richard Caton Woodville (British, 1856-1929), General Gneisenau at the Battle of Leipzig, 1895, signed and dated to l.l. 1895, titled, inscribed and dated on mount by the artist, pen and wash drawing, 33.5 by 24.5cm, framed, note: inscription on mount reads 'Illust. to "The Struggle in Germany for Liberty" by Poultney Bigelow', To my friend Paul Monckton 'tout a vous' R. Caton Woodville 14. 3. 97.

            Kinghams Auctioneers
          • Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927), Pencil and watercolour, An interior scene of a mosque in Skodra
            Feb. 27, 2023

            Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927), Pencil and watercolour, An interior scene of a mosque in Skodra

            Est: £200 - £300

            Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927), Pencil and watercolour, An interior scene of a mosque in Skodra, Albania, with two figures at prayer. Signed lower left and titled lower right. Approx. 12 1/4" x 8 1/4"

            Claydon Auctioneers
          • Routing the Enemy, 1919
            Dec. 14, 2022

            Routing the Enemy, 1919

            Est: £4,000 - £6,000

            Property from a Private Collection Richard Caton Woodville British 1856 - 1927 Routing the Enemy, 1919 signed and indistinctly dated R. Caton Woodville / 19 lower left oil on canvas Unframed: 122.5 by 183cm., 48¼ by 72in. Framed: 132 by 193cm., 52 by 76in. Bid on Sotheby's

            Sotheby's
          • Richard Caton Woodville (British, 1856-1
            Dec. 09, 2022

            Richard Caton Woodville (British, 1856-1

            Est: £80 - £120

            Richard Caton Woodville (British, 1856-1929), General Gneisenau at the Battle of Leipzig, 1895, signed and dated to l.l. 1895, titled, inscribed and dated on mount by the artist, pen and wash drawing, 33.5 by 24.5cm, framed, note: inscription on mount reads 'Illust. to "The Struggle in Germany for Liberty" by Poultney Bigelow', To my friend Paul Monckton 'tout a vous' R. Caton Woodville 14. 3. 97.

            Kinghams Auctioneers
          • Richard Caton Woodville, Jr. (British 1856-1926), The Last Charge at Corunna, Ontario, Oil on Panel, 16 x 12-1/2 inches
            May. 13, 2022

            Richard Caton Woodville, Jr. (British 1856-1926), The Last Charge at Corunna, Ontario, Oil on Panel, 16 x 12-1/2 inches

            Est: $1,000 - $2,000

            Richard Caton Woodville, Jr. (British, 1856-1926) The Last Charge at Corunna, Ontario Oil on panel; also with old paper exhibition label on verso Signed and dated R. Caton Woodville/ w.N. 1890 l.r.

            Weschler's
          • Richard Caton Woodville Jr. (British, 1856-1927) French Napoleonic soldiers receiving intelligence
            Nov. 10, 2021

            Richard Caton Woodville Jr. (British, 1856-1927) French Napoleonic soldiers receiving intelligence

            Est: £1,000 - £1,500

            Richard Caton Woodville Jr. (British, 1856-1927) French Napoleonic soldiers receiving intelligence signed and dated 'R.Caton Woodville/1900' (lower left) oil on panel 35.6 x 25.4cm (14 x 10in). For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

            Bonhams
          • After Richard Caton Woodville Jr. Scotland Yet! On to Victory! Photogravure printed in colours, on wove, with narrow margins, 53 x 81cm
            Oct. 27, 2021

            After Richard Caton Woodville Jr. Scotland Yet! On to Victory! Photogravure printed in colours, on wove, with narrow margins, 53 x 81cm

            Est: £600 - £800

            After Richard Caton Woodville Jr. Scotland Yet! On to Victory! Photogravure printed in colours, on wove, with narrow margins, 53 x 81cm For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

            Bonhams
          • Richard Caton Woodville, Jr. (British 1856-1926), The Last Charge at Corunna, Ontario, Oil on Panel, 16 x 12-1/2 inches
            Sep. 24, 2021

            Richard Caton Woodville, Jr. (British 1856-1926), The Last Charge at Corunna, Ontario, Oil on Panel, 16 x 12-1/2 inches

            Est: $3,000 - $5,000

            Richard Caton Woodville, Jr. (British 1856-1926) The Last Charge at Corunna, Ontario Signed and dated R. Caton Woodville/ w.N. 1890 l.r. Oil on panel; also with old paper exhibition label on verso 16 x 12-1/2 in (40.6 x 31.8 cm)

            Weschler's
          • Richard Caton Woodville Jr. (British, 1856-1927) 'Catching wild elephants at the Government Khedah in the Mysore district' (unframed)
            Sep. 14, 2021

            Richard Caton Woodville Jr. (British, 1856-1927) 'Catching wild elephants at the Government Khedah in the Mysore district' (unframed)

            Est: £700 - £900

            Richard Caton Woodville Jr. (British, 1856-1927) 'Catching wild elephants at the Government Khedah in the Mysore district' signed 'R.Caton Woodville' (lower centre), inscribed with title (verso) watercolour and gouache 30 x 22.5cm (11 3/4 x 8 7/8in). unframed For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

            Bonhams
          • RICHARD CATON II WOODVILLE (1856-1927). "BATTLE OF VALMY", 1890.
            May. 13, 2021

            RICHARD CATON II WOODVILLE (1856-1927). "BATTLE OF VALMY", 1890.

            Est: €5,000 - €8,500

            Oil on canvas. Signed and dated. With period frame with floral decoration in carved, moulded and gilded wood. Restorations visible on the back. 125 x 100 cm; 155 x 130 cm. (frame).

            Subarna Subastas
          • * Woodville (Richard Caton, 1856-1927). Attack on the Laager, 1893
            Dec. 17, 2020

            * Woodville (Richard Caton, 1856-1927). Attack on the Laager, 1893

            Est: £200 - £300

            * Woodville (Richard Caton, 1856-1927). Attack on the Laager of Wagons, 1893, watercolour and gouache on card, signed lower right, damage and loss to the corners, and some scratches, 30.5 x 44cm, unframed, together with a colour print showing the revised version which appeared in the Illustrated London News, 31.5 x 45.5cm, framed and glazed plus a page removed from the Illustrated London News featuring this print Qty: (3)

            Dominic Winter Auctions
          • Richard Woodville Jr (UK,1856-1927) gouache painting antique
            May. 03, 2020

            Richard Woodville Jr (UK,1856-1927) gouache painting antique

            Est: $950 - $1,050

            ARTIST: Richard Caton Woodville Jr (British, 1856 - 1927) NAME: Illustration - Examination of the Jewels YEAR: 1908 MEDIUM: gouache on paper CONDITION: Excellent. Framed under glass. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 12 x 20 inches / 30 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: 22 x 29 inches / 55 x 72 cm SIGNATURE: Lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Charles Spencelayh, Myles Birket Birkett Foster, Albert Goodwin, Alfred De Breanski Sr, Benjamin Williams Leader CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116350 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $75 + insurance. Richard Caton Woodville Jr (British, 1856 - 1927) Born in England, Richard Caton Woodville Jr. was an artist illustrator and military painter and also the son of a famous American artist, Richard Caton Woodville (1825-1855). The son was born after the death by an accidental morphine overdose of his father. Woodville Jr. studied at the Royal Academy of Dusseldorf, 1872-1875, but left because of a scandal involving him and the daughter of actress Jenny Lind. He completed his training at the Royal Academy in London and then became a special artist for the Illustrated London News. At the London Royal Academy, he also exhibited huge historical battle paintings, which brought "lavish tributes and the favor of Queen Victoria although she did not approve of his many love affairs". In 1884, he began illustrating the American West but reportedly did not visit there until 1890, when he had a roving assignment to depict American and Canadian outdoor life. Along with Charles Remington and Jerome Howard Smith, he covered the Sioux Indian War of 1890 to 1891 and rode with the cavalry, "depicting the final military defeat of the Plains Indians." For the remaining twenty years of his life following his return to London, Woodville was the most prolific illustrator in Europe of the American West. In 1927, he shot himself, having been confined to his home with war wounds and experiencing the death of his mistress.

            Broward Auction Gallery LLC
          • Signed R. C. Woodville Paintings, WWI Scenes (2)
            Mar. 26, 2020

            Signed R. C. Woodville Paintings, WWI Scenes (2)

            Est: $2,000 - $4,000

            **Originally Listed At $1000** Richard Caton Woodville (British, 1856-1927). "A Modern Catapult" & "A Gallant Irishman's Splendid Stand", both watercolor & gouache. December 19, 1914 & November 9, 1914 respectively, signed at lower left. Two paintings of WWI dramatic charges and heroic stands by Richard Caton Woodville, an artist who not only helped define the genre of military art but also shaped the public's visual understanding of warfare. "A Gallant Irishman's Splendid Stand" uses a pyramidal formula to capture a courageous moment in which the "Irishman" grips his weapon and stands upon a pile of corpses in trenches as soldiers approach above. "A Modern Catapult" depicts soldiers operating the catapult from the trenches - one holding the trigger, one lighting the gunpowder, one looking out, and a fourth, surrounded by shovels and weapons, resting until it is his turn to help. In the upper right corner, Woodville has provided an illustration of the "Modern Catapult" with a key to identify its parts. Size: 11.5" L x 9" W (29.2 cm x 22.9 cm); 17.625" L x 14.3" W (44.8 cm x 36.3 cm) framed Richard Caton Woodville was born in London to two artists, an American father and a Russo-German mother. He studied art in Germany at the respected Dusseldorf Academy. As an artist, Woodville focused on dramatic military scenes that oftentimes highlighted the power of the British Empire. His work was very popular during the Victorian era, and Queen Victoria actually commissioned several works from Woodville. Illustrated London News sent Woodville to cover the Russian-Turkish War of 1877-78 as well as to Egypt in December 1882 for the war with Britain. Interestingly, most of his work was done in the studio which was filled with all matter of military props and uniforms to use as references. Frederic Villiers claimed that Richard Caton Woodville was the best British battle painter, and wrote that "next to de Neuville and Verestchagin, the greatest painter of war pictures is undoubtedly Mr. Caton Woodville … in his pictures is all the real dash and movement of war". Van Gogh also admired Woodville's work, especially his depiction of the Irish poor in the Illustrated London News. Sadly, by the end of his life, Woodville's work fell out of fashion, and impoverished and depressed, he eventually committed suicide. Despite this tragic demise, his artwork truly defined the military genre through World War I. Provenance: estate of William Stockton, Colorado, USA; acquired in mid 20th century from The Veerhoff Galleries in Washington D.C. All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #150816

            Artemis Gallery
          • Richard Caton Woodville (British, 1856-1927)
            Feb. 22, 2020

            Richard Caton Woodville (British, 1856-1927)

            Est: $250 - $450

            Richard Caton Woodville (British, 1856-1927) Examination of the Jewels, 1908, gouache and watercolor on paper, signed and dated lower left, matted and framed. 13 x 19 in. image size 22 x29 in. as framed Condition: Appears to be very good with no damage or repair. Not examined out of frame.

            Neue Auctions
          • 2 Framed & Signed R. C. Woodville Paintings, WWI Scenes
            Dec. 05, 2019

            2 Framed & Signed R. C. Woodville Paintings, WWI Scenes

            Est: $2,000 - $4,000

            Richard Caton Woodville (British, 1856-1927). "A Modern Catapult" & "A Gallant Irishman's Splendid Stand", both watercolor & gouache. December 19, 1914 & November 9, 1914 respectively, signed at lower left. Two paintings of WWI dramatic charges and heroic stands by Richard Caton Woodville, an artist who not only helped define the genre of military art but also shaped the public's visual understanding of warfare. "A Gallant Irishman's Splendid Stand" uses a pyramidal formula to capture a courageous moment in which the "Irishman" grips his weapon and stands upon a pile of corpses in trenches as soldiers approach above. "A Modern Catapult" depicts soldiers operating the catapult from the trenches - one holding the trigger, one lighting the gunpowder, one looking out, and a fourth, surrounded by shovels and weapons, resting until it is his turn to help. In the upper right corner, Woodville has provided an illustration of the "Modern Catapult" with a key to identify its parts. Size: 11.5" L x 9" W (29.2 cm x 22.9 cm); 17.625" L x 14.3" W (44.8 cm x 36.3 cm) framed Richard Caton Woodville was born in London to two artists, an American father and a Russo-German mother. He studied art in Germany at the respected Dusseldorf Academy. As an artist, Woodville focused on dramatic military scenes that oftentimes highlighted the power of the British Empire. His work was very popular during the Victorian era, and Queen Victoria actually commissioned several works from Woodville. Illustrated London News sent Woodville to cover the Russian-Turkish War of 1877-78 as well as to Egypt in December 1882 for the war with Britain. Interestingly, most of his work was done in the studio which was filled with all matter of military props and uniforms to use as references. Frederic Villiers claimed that Richard Caton Woodville was the best British battle painter, and wrote that "next to de Neuville and Verestchagin, the greatest painter of war pictures is undoubtedly Mr. Caton Woodville … in his pictures is all the real dash and movement of war". Van Gogh also admired Woodville's work, especially his depiction of the Irish poor in the Illustrated London News. Sadly, by the end of his life, Woodville's work fell out of fashion, and impoverished and depressed, he eventually committed suicide. Despite this tragic demise, his artwork truly defined the military genre through World War I. Provenance: estate of William Stockton, Colorado, USA; acquired in mid 20th century from The Veerhoff Galleries in Washington D.C. All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #150816

            Artemis Gallery
          • "War Horse" by Richard Caton Woodville 1856- 1927
            Sep. 29, 2019

            "War Horse" by Richard Caton Woodville 1856- 1927

            Est: £250 - £300

            Highly accomplished watercolour by this well known and collected American artist. Scene showing American serviceman requisitioning some horses for the American war effort. The farmers wife not looking too happy about the forthcoming loss of her horses. Lovely picture. Richard Caton Woodville 1856- 1927 Well framed behind glass. Initialed

            White Court Art
          • Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927) Troops embarking for the Boer War 21 x 16.25in.
            Dec. 04, 2018

            Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927) Troops embarking for the Boer War 21 x 16.25in.

            Est: £300 - £500

            Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927) watercolour Troops embarking for the Boer War signed 21 x 16.25in.

            Gorringes
          • SIX ENGLISH AND DUTCH BRASS AND COPPER WARES, LATE EIGHTEENTH-NINETEENTH CENTURY.
            Aug. 18, 2018

            SIX ENGLISH AND DUTCH BRASS AND COPPER WARES, LATE EIGHTEENTH-NINETEENTH CENTURY.

            Est: $600 - $800

            Comprising two trivets, one cast with a soldier after the print by Richard Caton Woodville the younger (English 1856-1927), and inscribed "A GENTLEMAN IN KHARKI [sic]," the other pierced in a flowerhead pattern; an engraved brass and copper box, tobacco box, snuffer tray and wine ewer. Length of first 8 5/8 inches.

            Bourgeault-Horan Antiquarians
          • Richard Caton Woodville Jr. (1856-1927), THE DUMB MOURNERS AT THE FUNERAL PROCESSION OF KING EDWARD VII, MAY 20, 1910 - “KILDARE” AND “CAESAR”, 1910, Oil on canvas; signed and dated 1910 lower left, titled to the frame recto, 16 x 22 in —
            Jun. 14, 2018

            Richard Caton Woodville Jr. (1856-1927), THE DUMB MOURNERS AT THE FUNERAL PROCESSION OF KING EDWARD VII, MAY 20, 1910 - “KILDARE” AND “CAESAR”, 1910, Oil on canvas; signed and dated 1910 lower left, titled to the frame recto, 16 x 22 in —

            Est: $5,000 - $7,000

            RICHARD CATON WOODVILLE JR. (1856-1927), BRITISHTHE DUMB MOURNERS AT THE FUNERAL PROCESSION OF KING EDWARD VII, MAY 20, 1910 - “KILDARE” AND “CAESAR”, 1910Oil on canvas; signed and dated 1910 lower left, titled to the frame recto16 x 22 in — 40.6 x 55.9 cmProvenance:Henry Graves & Co., Ltd., London; Heffel Fine Art Auction House, November 9, 2000, Lot 150;Private Collection, West Vancouver, B.C.Estimate: $5,000—7,000

            Waddington's
          • Warhorse by Richard Caton Woodville 1856-1927 Original Watercolor
            Mar. 25, 2018

            Warhorse by Richard Caton Woodville 1856-1927 Original Watercolor

            Est: £600 - £900

            Highly accomplished watercolour by this well known American artist. Well framed

            White Court Art
          • * Woodville (Richard Caton, 1856-1929). General Gneisenau at the Battle of Leipzig, 1895,
            Mar. 07, 2018

            * Woodville (Richard Caton, 1856-1929). General Gneisenau at the Battle of Leipzig, 1895,

            Est: £100 - £150

            pen and wash drawing, signed and dated to lower left, titled, inscribed and dated on mount by the artist, image size 335 x 245 mm, mounted, framed and glazed - Quantity (1)

            Dominic Winter Auctions
          • * WWI Cigarette Box. An electroplated cigarette box designed by Richard Caton Woodville with British soldiers charging at the enemy titled 'Who Stands If Freedom Falls? Who Dies if England Lives?',
            Nov. 11, 2016

            * WWI Cigarette Box. An electroplated cigarette box designed by Richard Caton Woodville with British soldiers charging at the enemy titled 'Who Stands If Freedom Falls? Who Dies if England Lives?',

            Est: £200 - £300

            the side panels with profile portraits of allied leaders on four lions paw feet, stamped on base 'Wallacefield Auxiliary Hospital Croydon 1916-23rd Octr-1917', 6.5 cm high x 20 cm wide x 10 cm deep, together with a WWI sculpture of a soldier throwing a grenade, gilt metal mounted on an oak base with grenade badge signed Sydney Williamson copyright Birmingham, 19 cm high - Quantity (2)

            Dominic Winter Auctions
          • RICHARD CATON WOODVILLE JR. (BRITISH, 1856-1926) THE RETURN FROM BALACLAVA, THE GALLANT 600, 17/21ST LANCERS 50cm x 91cm (19.75in x...
            Oct. 13, 2016

            RICHARD CATON WOODVILLE JR. (BRITISH, 1856-1926) THE RETURN FROM BALACLAVA, THE GALLANT 600, 17/21ST LANCERS 50cm x 91cm (19.75in x...

            Est: £5,000 - £7,000

            RICHARD CATON WOODVILLE JR. (BRITISH, 1856-1926) THE RETURN FROM BALACLAVA, THE GALLANT 600, 17/21ST LANCERS Signed and dated 1894, watercolour 50cm x 91cm (19.75in x 36in)

            Lyon & Turnbull
          • Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927) Original illustration of the Puritan Richard Dory 12 x 9in.
            Aug. 23, 2016

            Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927) Original illustration of the Puritan Richard Dory 12 x 9in.

            Est: £150 - £250

            Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927) monochrome gouache Original illustration of the Puritan Richard Dory signed and dated 1911 12 x 9in.

            Gorringes
          • O/C, Cavalry Man, Bugle, R. Caton Woodville
            Aug. 13, 2016

            O/C, Cavalry Man, Bugle, R. Caton Woodville

            Est: $500 - $1,000

            This painting depicts a cavalryman on horseback with a bugle to his lips. Another man on horseback trots behind him to the right, looking behind them. An older man walks beside the bugle player's horse, holding the reins in a firm grip to prevent the horse from moving while the player blows into his bugle. All three wear the yellow uniform of cavalrymen of the time.

            Louis J. Dianni, LLC
          • Richard Woodville (1856-1927) watercolour, approx 40cm x 30cm
            Apr. 16, 2016

            Richard Woodville (1856-1927) watercolour, approx 40cm x 30cm

            Est: $40 - $80

            Richard Woodville (1856-1927) watercolour, approx 40cm x 30cm

            Vickers & Hoad
          • Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927) - Oil painting - "The Defence of Hougoumont"
            Apr. 12, 2016

            Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927) - Oil painting - "The Defence of Hougoumont"

            Est: £6,000 - £8,000

            Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927) - Oil painting - "The Defence of Hougoumont", showing a British Guardsman defending the Chateau from the attack of the French (1st Brigade of the 6th Division) mounted on bay horses, canvas 30ins x 20ins, signed R.Caton Woodville (19)'01 to lower left, in gilt moulded oak leaf and acorn pattern frame and glazed Provenance: From the collection of the late Dr John A. McDonald, Bilsington, Ashford, Kent and thence by family decent Note: The assault on Hougoumont, a key position on the battlefield commenced at 11am June 18th 1815 when the French artillery began pounding the Chateau and farm. The British artillery ranged on the ridge behind, replied and fired on the French infantry arrayed in their columns preparing to advance. The Chateau and the farm complex were defended by Guardsmen of the Light Companies of the British 2nd (Coldstream) and the 3rd Foot (now Scots Guards). Wellington had ordered Lt Colonel McDonnell to "Defend the post to the last extremity". As the French (1st Brigade of the 6th Division) came charging through the main gates the British Guardsman counter-attacked to drive them back. In the struggle the gates were damaged, but Lieutenant Colonel McDonnell's men forced it shut and Sergeant Graham of the Coldstreams dropped the bar in place. The first French attack on Hougoumont had been repelled. What had begun as a diversionary attack by the French on Hougoumont escalated into a pitched battle which drew in more and more French troops as the day wore on. Napoleon had hoped that the assault would draw in Wellington's reserves, but just a handful of those were committed. By the end of the day two British Guards Battalions that had defended Hougoumont suffered roughly 500 dead and wounded out of the strength of nearly 2000. The French had been unable to capture Hougoumont and their casualties filled the woods and fields around.

            Canterbury Auction Galleries
          • RICHARD CATON WOODVILLE (AMERICAN ), ENGRAVING, "WAR NEWS TRAVEL FROM MEXICO", C.1846. SIGHT 19 1/2 X 15 1/2"; FRAMED AND GLAZED-21 1/2 X 17 1/2"
            Nov. 19, 2015

            RICHARD CATON WOODVILLE (AMERICAN ), ENGRAVING, "WAR NEWS TRAVEL FROM MEXICO", C.1846. SIGHT 19 1/2 X 15 1/2"; FRAMED AND GLAZED-21 1/2 X 17 1/2"

            Est: $80 - $125

            RICHARD CATON WOODVILLE (AMERICAN ), ENGRAVING, "WAR NEWS TRAVEL FROM MEXICO", C.1846. SIGHT 19 1/2 X 15 1/2"; FRAMED AND GLAZED-21 1/2 X 17 1/2"

            William J Jenack Auctioneers
          • Original Richard Caton Woodville Engraving "Mexican News". Printed by J. Dalton, Engraved by Alfred Jones. American Art Union, 1854.
            Nov. 15, 2015

            Original Richard Caton Woodville Engraving "Mexican News". Printed by J. Dalton, Engraved by Alfred Jones. American Art Union, 1854.

            Est: $500 - $700

            Original Richard Caton Woodville Engraving "Mexican News". Printed by J. Dalton, Engraved by Alfred Jones. American Art Union, 1854.

            Tremont Auctions
          • Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927) - Oil painting - "The Defence of Hougou
            Oct. 13, 2015

            Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927) - Oil painting - "The Defence of Hougou

            Est: £7,000 - £10,000

            Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927) - Oil painting - "The Defence of Hougoumont", showing a British Guardsman defending the Chateau from the attack of the French (1st Brigade of the 6th Division) mounted on bay horses, canvas 30ins x 20ins, signed R.Caton Woodville (19)'01 to lower left, in gilt moulded oak leaf and acorn pattern frame and glazed Provenance: From the collection of the late Dr John A. McDonald, Bilsington, Ashford, Kent and thence by family decent Note: The assault on Hougoumont, a key position on the battlefield commenced at 11am June 18th 1815 when the French artillery began pounding the Chateau and farm. The British artillery ranged on the ridge behind, replied and fired on the French infantry arrayed in their columns preparing to advance. The Chateau and the farm complex were defended by Guardsmen of the Light Companies of the British 2nd (Coldstream) and the 3rd Foot (now Scots Guards). Wellington had ordered Lt Colonel McDonnell to "Defend the post to the last extremity". As the French (1st Brigade of the 6th Division) came charging through the main gates the British Guardsman counter-attacked to drive them back. In the struggle the gates were damaged, but Lieutenant Colonel McDonnell's men forced it shut and Sergeant Graham of the Coldstreams dropped the bar in place. The first French attack on Hougoumont had been repelled. What had begun as a diversionary attack by the French on Hougoumont escalated into a pitched battle which drew in more and more French troops as the day wore on. Napoleon had hoped that the assault would draw in Wellington's reserves, but just a handful of those were committed. By the end of the day two British Guards Battalions that had defended Hougoumont suffered roughly 500 dead and wounded out of the strength of nearly 2000. The French had been unable to capture Hougoumont and their casualties filled the woods and fields around.

            Canterbury Auction Galleries
          • Woodville, Battle Scene, Lithograph
            Aug. 09, 2015

            Woodville, Battle Scene, Lithograph

            Est: $300 - $500

            Richard Caton Woodville (English, 1856 - 1927), battle scene, lithograph in color, 20 1/2" h x 31" w (view), 28" h x 38 1/2" (frame). Provenance: From a RI estate.

            Kaminski Auctions
          • Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927) British. ‘To Him who n
            Jul. 15, 2015

            Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927) British. ‘To Him who n

            Est: £80 - £120

            Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927) British. ‘To Him who never or hardly ever missed a meeting’, Napoleon on his White Horse, Gouache, Signed and Dated 9. 5. 04, Unframed, 15. 75” x 13”.

            John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
          • Richard Caton Woodville (British, 1856-1927) An ambush after the battle of
            Jun. 09, 2015

            Richard Caton Woodville (British, 1856-1927) An ambush after the battle of

            Est: -

            Richard Caton Woodville (British, 1856-1927) An ambush after the battle of Naseby

            Bonhams
          • Richard Caton Woodville RI (1856-1927) Painter & Illustrator - A pen and ink highlighted with white study of two men est: £100-£150
            Jun. 06, 2015

            Richard Caton Woodville RI (1856-1927) Painter & Illustrator - A pen and ink highlighted with white study of two men est: £100-£150

            Est: £100 - £150

            Richard Caton Woodville RI (1856-1927) Painter & Illustrator - A pen and ink highlighted with white study of two men est: £100-£150

            Bentley's Fine Art Auctioneers
          • Richard Caton Woodville (British, 1856-1927)
            Apr. 01, 2015

            Richard Caton Woodville (British, 1856-1927)

            Est: £8,000 - £12,000

            Richard Caton Woodville (British, 1856-1927) The defence of Hougoumont

            Bonhams
          • British Dragoon charge
            Mar. 31, 2015

            British Dragoon charge

            Est: £1,000 - £1,500

            British Dragoon charge signed and dated 'R.Caton Woodville./1894.' (lower left) oil on canvas 51 x 36cm (20 1/16 x 14 3/16in).

            Bonhams
          • 1885 Colored Engraving, "On the Road to Metammeh"
            Mar. 22, 2015

            1885 Colored Engraving, "On the Road to Metammeh"

            Est: $150 - $300

            After Richard Caton Woodville II (English, 1856-1927). "On the Road to Metammeh: A British Square", hand colored engraving, original illustration for "The Illustrated London News" on February 28, 1885. Engraving depicts a battle during the war in Soudan at the battle front with men shooting cannons.

            Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
          • Woodville Lithograph "Charge of the Union Brigade"
            Mar. 21, 2015

            Woodville Lithograph "Charge of the Union Brigade"

            Est: $200 - $400

            Richard Caton Woodville Jr. (English, 1856-1927). "Charge of Union Brigade at Waterloo, Scots Grays & First Royal Dragoon Guard", lithograph printed on illustration board, signed within plate lower left. Lithograph depicts British soldiers on horseback with swords raised as they charge toward the battle front, one soldier having fallen at lower right. Board approximately 21" x 32".

            Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
          • The sergeant's story: "I was at Marango"
            Mar. 12, 2015

            The sergeant's story: "I was at Marango"

            Est: £4,000 - £6,000

            Richard Caton Woodville, R.I., R.O.I. (1856-1927) The sergeant's story: "I was at Marango" signed 'R. Caton Woodville' (lower right) oil on canvas 32 x 24 in. (81.3 x 60.9 cm.)

            Christie's
          • Richard Caton Woodville Jr., British (1856-1926) Oil on Canvas "Soldier on Horseback". Signed and Dated 1900 Lower Left. Craquelure Otherwise Good Condition. Measures 32-1/8 Inches Tall and 14 Inches Wide, Frame Measures 35 Inches tall and 16-3/4
            Feb. 11, 2015

            Richard Caton Woodville Jr., British (1856-1926) Oil on Canvas "Soldier on Horseback". Signed and Dated 1900 Lower Left. Craquelure Otherwise Good Condition. Measures 32-1/8 Inches Tall and 14 Inches Wide, Frame Measures 35 Inches tall and 16-3/4

            Est: $300 - $400

            Richard Caton Woodville Jr., British (1856-1926) Oil on Canvas "Soldier on Horseback". Signed and Dated 1900 Lower Left. Craquelure Otherwise Good Condition. Measures 32-1/8 Inches Tall and 14 Inches Wide, Frame Measures 35 Inches tall and 16-3/4 Inches Wide. Shipping $185.00

            Kodner Galleries
          • 19th C. Engraving after Woodville, Balkan Wars
            Feb. 08, 2015

            19th C. Engraving after Woodville, Balkan Wars

            Est: $200 - $400

            Engraved by Eugene Froment (French, 1844-1900) after the painting by Richard Caton Woodville II (American, 1856-1927). "Settling a Frontier Dispute", handcolored engraving, published circa 1890. Engraving depicts a scene from the Balkans Wars of 1912-1913 in which two men battle heatedly with swords at the edge of a cliff as two Ottoman or Serbian soldiers approach up a hillside to the right. Signed within plate lower left "R.C.Woodville" and lower right "Froment", inscribed below image center "Settling a Frontier Dispute, R.C. Woodville". Framed approximately 30" x 22.5", sight size 20.5" x 13".

            Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
          • "At Bay", Engraving of The Anglo-Zulu War of 1879
            Jan. 03, 2015

            "At Bay", Engraving of The Anglo-Zulu War of 1879

            Est: $200 - $400

            English, early 20th century. "At Bay", hand colored engraving after the drawing by Richard Caton Woodville, Jr. (English, 1856-1927), signed in plate lower left "R. C. Woodville". Engraving depicts an English solder during the Anglo-Zulu war of 1879 as he fends off an approaching battalion of Zulu warriors. Spears fly through the air at him as he stands ready with a sword in his right hand. Inscribed below image center "At Bay: Drawn by R. C. Woodville". Framed 27.5" x 21.5", unframed sight size 13.5" x 19.5".

            Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
          • Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927) Cavalrymen startling a gaggle of geese, 16 x 24in.
            Dec. 04, 2014

            Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927) Cavalrymen startling a gaggle of geese, 16 x 24in.

            Est: £300 - £500

            Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927) oil on canvas, Cavalrymen startling a gaggle of geese, signed, 16 x 24in.

            Gorringes
          • Richard Caton Woodville (British, 1856-1927) Bri
            Sep. 09, 2014

            Richard Caton Woodville (British, 1856-1927) Bri

            Est: £2,000 - £3,000

            Richard Caton Woodville (British, 1856-1927) British Dragoon charge

            Bonhams
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