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557 Paul Huxley RA, British b.1938- "Untitled", 1992; screenprint in colours, signed and numbered VIII/XVI AP in pencil, 45x42.5cm, (may be subject to Droit de Suite)

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Lot: 557
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558 John Houston OBE RSA RSW RGI, Scottish 1930-2008- "Sunset, Gullane Bay II", 1989; screenprint in colours, signed, titled and numbered 12/30 in pencil, 57x75cm, (may be subject to Droit de Suite) Lot: 558
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559 Fred Pollock, Scottish b.1937- "Untitled, 1990"; acrylic on paper, 56.5x75cm, (may be subject to Droit de Suite)
Note: Fred Pollock was born in Glasgow in 1937, and studied at Glasgow School of Art. He now lives and works in London, and was amongst the artist who showed together at Stockwell Depot in the Seventies. His work was included in "British Painting 1952-77" at the Royal Academy in 1977, and in the Eighties he began a series of solo shows at the Vanessa Devereux Gallery, London. In 1980 he was in the Hayward Annual, and in 1982, a Serpentine Gallery Summer Show. In 1984 Pollock was a guest artist at the Triangle Workshop in Mashomack, New York State. In the Nineties he had solo shows at the Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London, as well as solo shows in Amsterdam and Groningen. His work has always been held in high regard by critics and collectors, and Pollock is now considered pre-eminent amongst abstract painters of his generation for his sustained exploration of abstraction through highly charged colour values. His work is in numerous public and private collections, including the Arts Council and the Scottish Arts Council.

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Lot: 559
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560 Will MacIlraith, Scottish b.1961- "Untitled", 1992; pigment and watercolour on paper, 74x69cm, (may be subject to Droit de Suite) Lot: 560
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561 Kevin Sinnott, British b.1947- "Head Two"; etching and aquatint printed in colours, signed, titled, dated '90 and numbered 10/20 in pencil, 60x45cm, (may be subject to Droit de Suite)

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Lot: 561
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562 Stuart Knowles, British b.1948- "Interior"; mixed media and collage on paper, signed, titled and dated '80, 80x67cm, (may be subject to Droit de Suite)

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Lot: 562
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563 Leonard McComb RA, British b.1930- "Horse, St Mark's Venice II"; etching, signed, dated 1990 and numbered 5/75 in pencil, 39x46.5cm, (may be subject to Droit de Suite)

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Lot: 563
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564 Harris, British School, late 20th century- Knife, fork and spoon; mixed technique on paper, signed in pencil, 50x74.5cm: After Ben Maile, British b.1922- "The Mary Rose, 1545"; reproduction printed in colours, signed within the plate, 75x57cm, (2)

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Lot: 564
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565 After Sir Alfred James Munnings KCVO PRA, British 1878-1959- "His Old Demesne", publ. 1949 by Frost & Reed; facsimile printed in colours, signed in pencil, 63.5x53.5cm: After Sir Alfred James Munnings KCVO PRA, British 1878-1959- "Brown Jack", publ. 1935 by Frost & Reed; facsimile printed in colours, signed in pencil, 50x58cm, (2)

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Lot: 565
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566 Benjamin Thomas Pouncy, British d.1799- "Morning of the Glorious First of June 1794", after Robert Cleveley, publ. 1795 by A C Poggi, 91 New Bond St; engraving, 56x80cm: Thomas Medland, British 1755-1822- "Evening of the Glorious First of June 1794", after Robert Cleveley, publ. 1795 by A C Poggi; engraving, in matching frames, 56x80cm, (2)

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Lot: 566
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567 William MacIlraith, Scottish b.1961- "Untitled", black and orange, and "Untitled", black fork; aquatint printed in colours, two, both signed and numbered 31/35 and 18/35 in pencil, in matching black box style frames, ea.53x53cm, (2), (may be subject to Droit de Suite)

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Lot: 567
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568 William Tillyer, British b.1938- Untitled from the Courthorpe Collection, 1977; etching with aquatint printed in colours, signed and numbered 4/60 in pencil, 49x38cm: Philip Braham, British b.1959- "Forest Path, Pinkle" and "Study for an Apparition"; drypoint etchings, a pair, both signed, titled, dated '87 and numbered 7/10 in pencil, in a shared mount and frame, ea. 22.5x29.5cm, (2), (may be subject to Droit de Suite) Lot: 568
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569 After Thomas Whitcombe, British 1752/63-1824- "No. 1, A British Squadron", "No. 2, A British Squadron", "No. 3, The Renewed Action by Night", "No. 4, The Fort and Settlement of Tamatave", 1812; hand coloured aquatints, four, in matching frames, ea.43x71cm, (4)

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Lot: 569
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570 Charles II Hunt, British 1829-1900- "The Brighton Day Mails Passing Over Hookwood Common" and "The 'Age' Brighton Coach in 1852", after William Shayer; hand coloured aquatints, ea. 54x77cm, (2)

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Lot: 570
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571 Edward Duncan, British 1803-1882- "Returning from Ascot Races", after C Henderson, publ 1839 by R Ackermann; hand coloured aquatint, 45.5x87cm

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Lot: 571
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572 William I Ward, British 1766-1826- "Morning, The Fisherman's Departure" and "Evening, The Fisherman's Return", after Richard Corbould, publ. 1799 B F Scott; hand coloured etching with aquatint, a pair, ea. 48x60cm: William I Ward, British 1766-1826- "The Contented Waterman" and "Jack in The Bilboes", after George Morland, publ. 1806 James Linnell; hand coloured aquatints, two, ea. 41x41.5cm: Joseph Barney, British 1753-1832- "Morning" and "Evening", after Francis Wheatley, publ. 1793 by J Barney; mezzotint, a pair, ea. 48x59cm, (6)

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Lot: 572
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573 Bill Jacklin RA, British b.1943- "Man with a Straw Hat and Leaves"; monoprint in colours on buff, signed, titled and dated '80 in pencil, 55.5x45cm: Bill Jacklin RA, British b.1943- "Table Top with Lemon"; lithograph printed in colours, signed, titled, dated '80 and numbered 19/60 in pencil, 71x87cm, (may be subject to Droit de Suite)

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Lot: 573
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574 Francis Chesham, British 1749-1806- English and Scottish Peerage Heraldic Crests; hand coloured engravings, eight crests on four sheets in a shared mount and frame, ea. plate 22.5x18.5cm

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Lot: 574
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575 Henry Pyall, British 1795-1833- "A North East View of the New General Post Office", after J Pollard, publ. S W Fores; hand-coloured aquatint, 44.5x59.5cm: Gérard Jean Baptiste Scotin II, British 1698-c.1757- "A Prospect of the Chee Tor &c on the River Wie, two miles below Buxton", from the series 'Eight of the most extraordinary Prospects in the Mountainous Parts of Derbyshire and Staffordshire commonly called the Peak and Moorlands', after Thomas Smith, publ. 1757; hand coloured engraving, 39.5x55cm, (2)

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Lot: 575
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576 Thomas Cartwright, British early 19th century- "A South West View of Nottingham from the River Trent", after R Bonington; hand coloured aquatint, 50x70cm: Robert Havell II, British 1793-1878- "Caversham Bridge Near Reading", after W Havell, publ. 1818; hand coloured aquatint, 40x52cm: Robert Havell II, British 1793-1878- "View of the Port and Town of Newcastle Upon Tyne, From the Rope Walk, Gateshead", after T Richardson; hand coloured aquatint, 41x61cm, (3)

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Lot: 576
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577 James II Basire, British 1769-1822- "Magdalene Tower and Grove from Christ Church Meadow", after H O'Neill; hand coloured engraving, 35x48cm: Thomas Abel Prior, British 1809-1886- 'Newcastle Upon Tyne', from English Landscapes and Views, 1876, after George Henry Andrews; hand coloured engraving, 23.5x43.5cm: John Godfrey, British 1817-1889- "Arundel" and "Warwick Castle", after Edward Duncan; hand coloured engravings, two in a shared mount and frame, ea. 25x45cm: William Leighton Leitch, Scottish 1804-1883- "View of the West Row", from 'Scotland Delineated'; hand coloured lithograph, 32x43.5cm, (5 in 4 frames)


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Lot: 577
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578 Caroline McNairn, Scottish b.1955- "Rites of Passage"; screenprint in colours, signed, titled and numbered 24/34 in pencil, 56x76cm: Holland, British late 20th/early 21st century- "Stone"; lithograph, signed, titled and numbered 2/80 in pencil, 56.5x75.5cm: Fernando Lopes, late 20th/early 21st century- Untitled; screenprint in colours, signed, inscribed 'unique a/p' and dated 1991 in pencil, 56.5x71.5cm, (3), (may be subject to Droit de Suite)

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Lot: 578
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579 Janusz Olszewski, Polish b.1954- "Mysterious Walking" from the series 'Landscape at the End of the Twentieth Century', 1990; c-print, from an edition of 10, 54x67cm: Jean MacAlpine, British b.1953- "Southbound"; unique hand coloured gelatin print, signed, titled and dated '91 in pencil, 46.5x56.5cm: Julian Essam, British late 20th/early 21st century- "Porthzennor, Cornwall"; silver print, signed, titled and dated 1989, 42x34.5cm, (3), (may be subject to Droit de Suite)



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Lot: 579
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580 Graham Clarke, British b.1941- "Johnny Garlic Sausage"; hand coloured etching with aquatint, signed, titled and numbered 377/400 in pencil, 33.5x54cm: James R Parfitt, British late 20th/early 21st century- "A Fragment"; etching, signed, titled and inscribed 'A/P' in pencil, 15.5x25cm: Melanie Edds, late 20th/early 21st century- "Boat House"; oil on gesso, signed, 20x45cm: Sue Kavanagh, British late 20th/early 21st century- "Summer Fields"; etching with aquatint printed in colours, signed, titled and inscribed 'A/P' in pencil, 20x26cm: together with four other watercolours and prints by different hands depicting landscapes and animals, (8) (may be subject to Droit de Suite)

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Lot: 580
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581 Henry T Greenhead, British 1849-1926- "Frances M Cookee (Née Puleston) of Owston, Yorks", after G Romney, published Dec10th 1896 by Henry Graves & Co Ltd; mezzotint, signed in pencil, bears publisher's blindstamp, 55x44cm: After Arthur John Elsley, British 1860-1952- "Blind Man's Buff", publ by Bovril Ltd; photogravure, 59x69cm: After Isaac Snowman, British 1874-1947- "The Leopard Skin", publ by Bovril Ltd 1903 London; photogravure, 56x80cm: together with a large quantity of reproduction and process prints from the mid-late 20th century, many printed in colours, various subjects and sizes: British School, mid-late 20th century- Portrait of a man quarter-length in a black coat and red tie; oil on canvas, signed with monogram and dated 1977, 76x64cm: Peter Ford, British b.1937- "Take-overs and Mergers"; hand-coloured etching, signed, titled and numbered 18/100 in pencil, 21x15cm., (23) (may be subject to Droit de Suite)

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Lot: 581
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582 William Ward ARA, British 1766-1826- "Quiz", after H B Chalon, publ Sept 1st 1808 by Ackermann Repository of Arts 101 Strand; mezzotint, bears label for Fores Ltd, 123 New Bond Street London W1, 47x58cm: William Bernard Cooke, British 1778-1855 & George Cooke, British 1781-1834- "Hap-Hazard", after B Marshall; mixed method engraving, bears label for Fores Ltd, 123 New Bond Street London W1, 50x61.5cm., (2)

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Lot: 582
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583 Walter Ernest Tittle, American 1883-1969- Portrait of a man head and shoulders; drypoint etching, signed , inscribed 'Washington' and dated 1921 within the plate, signed and dedicated 'To Miss Douglas with warmest regards' in pencil, bears inscribed label for James Bourlet & Sons attached to the reverse of the frame, 30x25cm: Walter Ernest Tittle, American 1883-1969- Portrait of G K Chesterton; lithograph, signed, inscribed G K Chestrton Beconsfield and dated Nov 9 1922 within the plate, signed, dedicated 'To Anabel Douglas' and dated Dec 25 1923 in pencil, 36.5x28cm: H J Molin, French, late 19th/early 20th century- "Burgos Cathedral"; etching, signed with monogram and dated 1907 within the plate, signed in pencil, 60x47cm: Muriel Kay Buckler, British b.1898- Industrial view of an urban riverscape with a viaduct and chimneys; lithograph, signed within the plate, 30.3x22cm: British School, early-mid 20th century- "St James Garlickhythe, Upper Thames St" and "St Martin Ludgate"; etchings, 29.5x19.5cm., ea., (6) (may be subject to Droit de Suite)

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Lot: 583
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584 Richard Henry Wright, British 1857-1930- "Oxford- Distant View"; watercolour, signed and dated 1907, 17x25cm Provenance: with Walker's Galleries Ltd, London, according to label attached to the reverse: George Richmond, British 1809-1896- "La Belle Ferronnière", after Leonardo da Vinci; black chalk and pencil heightened with white on buff paper, 26x19cm Provenance: Given to E M Bigg-Wither by Miss Irene Farrer, grand-daughter to George Richmond, according to inscribed label attached to the reverse of the frame: British School, 19th century- Portrait of Sir Thomas Moore, after Hans Holbein the Younger; black crayon on buff paper, 43x35.5cm: Alan Hughes Burgoyne, British b.1880-1929- A dreadnought; gouache, signed and dated April 1907, 19x24cm., (4) Lot: 584
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585 John Jones, British c.1745-1797- "The Duke of York", after Sir Joshua Reynolds PRA, publ Dec 18th 1790 by J Jones No 75 Great Portland Street; stipple engraving, 66x39cm: Samuel Cousins ARA, British 1801-1887- Portrait of a judge seated three-quarter length holding a book, after Margaret Carpenter; mezzotint, 50x38cm: After Sir Godfrey Kneller, British 1649-1723- Portrait of Prince Thomas Holles, Duke of Newcastle, publ by J Smith; mezzotint engraving, 35.5x25.3cm: Jacobus Houbraken, Dutch 1698-1780- "William Cecil Lord Burleigh", publ J & P Knapton London 1738; engraving, 37x23cm: Jacobus Houbraken, Dutch 1698-1780- "John Dryden", after Sir Godfrey Kneller, publ by J & P Knapton London 1743; engraving, 37x23cm: John D Miller, British 1860-1903 fl.1872-1909- Portrait of Lord Melville, after George Richmond RA; engraving, signed in pencil Leven & Melville, 40.5x31.5cm: together with a further quantity of prints, engravings and reproductions of the judiciary and related subjects by different hands, 19th century and later, to include portraits of Abinger, Denzel Baron Holles of Ifield, John Holles 1st Earl of Clare, Sir Tretswell Holles, Thomas Holles Duke of Newcastle, Lord Chancellor Eldon & Sir Thomas Farrer, Sir Walter Blackett Bart, William Pitt, Edward Lord Thurlow and others, various sizes, (16)

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Lot: 585
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586 After Albrecht Dürer, German 1471-1528- Five saints standing full-length; reproduction prints, in common mount and frame, 12.5x8cm., ea: John Alfred Vinter, British 1828-1905- "Her Majesty and his Royal Highness the Prince Visiting the Wounded Soldiers of the Crimean Army at Brompton Hospital Chatham", after Tenniel, published August 8th 1855 by Paul & Dominic Colnaghi & Co 13 & 14 Pall Mall East; hand-coloured lithograph, 28x45cm: together with a quantity of framed prints, two in maple veneered glazed frames, to include reproductions, photographs and frames, (14)

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Lot: 586
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