Bonhams – The Modern Art Sale Auction Analysis

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The Modern Art Sale Auction took place at Bonhams Oxford, on Wednesday, July 15 2015. Although some 76 percent of lots offered were sold, the results of the auction are not so impressive. It gathered only $216.498. However, there were some pieces whose hammer prices were much higher than expected. The works by Aaron Bird, aka TEMPER achieved significant results – they were sold for much higher price than it was estimated.
 

Pedro Ruiz as the King of the Auction

The highest hammer prices were seen in sales of works by Colombian artist Pedro Ruiz. This Latin American artist is known for his works that are focusing on social and political issues. In his art, conceptual art movement has a significant role. His Desplazamiento #49 was sold for $6.242 – the highest hammer price seen at auction. Additionally, Ruiz’s Desplazamiento #69 (unframed) was sold for $4.370.

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The Overview of Bonhams – The Modern Art Sale Auction

Out of 263 lots offered at Bonhams – The Modern Art Sale Auction, 202 were sold, or 76.8 percent, which is quite good result. Forty-three lots were sold over high estimate (21.3 percent of sold lots), while 71 lots were sold in range of estimated values (35.1 percent of sold lots). On the other hand, 88 lots, or 43.6 percent, were sold under low estimate. The highest hammer price were seen in the sales of Pedro Ruiz’s works that we mentioned before. Average hammer price of the auction has settled at $1.072, while median hammer was at $812.
 

Speaking of the most successful lots, we should mention Frederick Landseer Maur Griggs’s Duntisbourne Rouse 3, Aaron Bird, aka TEMPER’s ‘Endless Sigh’ Unframed, Keith Grant’s Cotton grass and cloud, Sutherland, Aaron Bird, aka TEMPER’s ‘How I swing it’ Unframed, that were sold for higher prices from their high estimates: Grigg’s work had +433.5 percent, Bird’s work had +300.2, Grant’s work had +257.2 percent and Bird’s another work had +212.6 percent difference. On the bottom side are Renata Fernandez’s Wit, The Light of Life sold with -83.3 percent difference between hammer price and low estimate, followed by Anna Katrina Zinkeisen’s Portrait of Edmond Durlacher (unframed) (with -80 percent) and Simon Turvey’s Pintail (with -80 percent).

 

Bonhams – The Modern Art Sale Auction Analysis

Simeon Stafford – Blackpool (lot 68). Estimated at $780-$936; sold for $655


 

Bonhams – The Modern Art Sale Auction Analysis

Henry J. Neave – The demolitian of Cannon Street Station (Lot 134). Estimated at $468-$780; sold for $468


 

Bonhams – The Modern Art Sale Auction Analysis

James Downie Robertson RSA RSW RGI – ‘Border landscape – winter’ (Lot 120). Estimated at $936-$1.248; sold for $4.992

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Bonhams – The Modern Art Sale Auction in Details

Please, scroll down, and you will find two tables – one with the summary of the Bonhams – The Modern Art Sale Auction; the second one with detailed information on every lot auctioned at this auction.

 

INDEXRESULT
Total number of lots:263
Number of sold lots:202
Sold lots [%]:76.8
Total [$]:216.498
Number of sold lots over high estimate:43
Over high estimate (Total) [%]:16.3
Over high estimate (Sold) [%]:21.3
Number of sold lots in range of estimated values:71
In range of estimated values (Sold) [%]:35.1
Number of sold lots under low estimate:88
Under low estimate (Sold) [%]:43.6
Results were under estimate spread of [%]:30.5
Max Hammer [$]:6.242
Average Hammer [$]:1.072
Median Hammer [$]:812
Median Hammer Average Hammer Difference [%]:-24.3

 

Lot No.Artist NameArtwork NameLow Estimate $High Estimate $Hammer Price $Hammer High Estimate Difference [%]Hammer Low Estimate Difference [%]
1Bruce McLeanMoving the Goalposts I - III7801.0921.092040
2Tracey Emin'But Yea..'624936858-8.337.5
3After Roy LichtensteinWrapping Paper7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
4Howard HodgkinInterior (Night)4687801.24860166.7
5Edmund BlampiedLady carrying a large stoneware jug624936343-63.4-45
6Dame Elizabeth Blackadder OBE RA RSA RSW RGI DLittStill life with Indian toy bear 1982468624468-250
7Oskar KokoschkaGreyhound46862470212.550
8John Hoyland RASpace Borne4687801.01430116.7
9Bernard LeachBlack Pot; Tree Jar468780655-1640
10Edmund BlampiedPotato Planters,624936468-50-25
11Sir William Russell Flint RA, PRWSSelf-portrait of the artist 2312468172-63.2-44.9
12Bernard LeachFour Fish Vase; The Lion Tile468780593-2426.7
13Sir Peter BlakeStudio Tack-Board7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
14John Piper C.H.Cheltenham624936250-73.3-59.9
15Barbara Rae, RA RSA RSWUntitled624936936050
16Graham Sutherland O.M.Gateway with setting sun468780468-400
17Frederick Landseer Maur GriggsDuntisbourne Rouse 37809364.994433.5540.3
18John Piper C.H.Eye and Camera: Flame Four468780546-3016.7
19Graham Sutherland O.M.Thorn Cross4687801.561100.1233.5
20Dame Elizabeth Blackadder OBE RA RSA RSW RGI DLittLily Sold with the book Elizabeth Blackadder by Duncan Macmillan, Scolar Press, 1999, also signed and numbered, in slipcase.468780468-400
21Sir Terry Frost R.A.Untitled624936858-8.337.5
22Julian Trevelyan R.A.LK92739054678042.9100
23Jacob KramerPortrait of Gandhi 5624936Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
24John Piper C.H.Travel Notes: Devil's Bridge Waterfalls468780437-44-6.6
25Mary Fedden R.A.Basket of Lemons624936546-41.7-12.5
26William Scott R.A.Jura4687801.09240133.3
27After Fernand LégerBathers468624156-75-66.7
28Enrico BajWoman624936437-53.3-30
29Hans HartungA pair of etchings624936624-33.30
30Günther FörgAlba468780281-64-40
31Francesco ClementeRiconciliazione7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
32Marc ChagallDavid and Bathsheba, from The Bible156312203-34.930.1
33Marc ChagallAngel of Paradise, from The Bible468624172-72.4-63.2
34Rodger McPhailLabradors9361.404468-66.7-50
35Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe R.A.Autumn Kitten7801.0921.56142.9100.1
36Michael GhauiBuffalo 37cm (14 9/16in) high, including base6249361.09216.775
3720th Century SchoolHorse 27cm (10 5/8in) high, including base4687801.32670183.3
38Frank Dobson, R.A.Study of two birds468780624-2033.3
39Fritz Rudolf HugCockerels7801.092702-35.7-10
40Harold WoodBoy and Goldfish7801.092780-28.60
41Simon TurveyPintail39054678-85.7-80
42Kenneth WebbLobster creels,9361.248843-32.5-9.9
43Malcolm CowardWolfhounds7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
44John TrickettBlack Labrador in the Snow9361.248936-250
45Guy DenningThe Universal Soldier, A Baghdad Christmas2.3413.1211.561-50-33.3
46Clive SheppardAbstract sculpture 30.5cm (12in) high7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
47Simeon StaffordCouple with red rose624936468-50-25
48John Garden BoydExtirpation or Downtaking or Inside Outside9361.248546-56.3-41.7
49Paolo ManazzaDrops of Love on a wound9361.2483.121150.1233.4
50Fred YatesFigure studies9361.2481.014-18.88.3
51Jose Van Roy DaliAbstract 193.1214.6823.121-33.30
52Matt Lamb'Untitled 2003'9361.248936-250
53Alice TeichertBetween Two Trees1.8732.8091.873-33.30
54Cecil CollinsThe sacred mountain9361.2481.248033.3
55Three marble abstract sculptures1.5612.3412.96526.789.9
57Derrick GreavesArles - Apri/May7801.092390-64.3-50
58John WellsHunter with his hunting birds31246870250125
59Humphrey JenningsYacht7801.092936-14.320
60Sol LeWittWorking drawing for Structural Work1.5612.3412.4976.760
61Noel FieldingFloppy Hump (Diptych) each panel, 120 x 300cm (47 1/4 x 118in) overall (unframed)1.5612.341780-66.7-50
62Fred YatesThree boats7801.0921.71757.2120.1
63Francis Wynne ThomasDecaying boats9361.248Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
64Ida Rittenberg KohlmeyerHippy No.2 25.5 x 12.7 x 7.5cm. (9 1/2 x 5 x 3in)7801.0921.092040
65Ken HowardMousehole Harbour6249361.873100.1200.2
66Nigel Hall RADrawing #6297801.0922.497128.7220.1
67Simeon StaffordAbstract468624297-52.4-36.5
68Simeon StaffordBlackpool780936655-30-16
69Thérèse OultonGermination V1.0921.4041.326-5.621.4
70Thérèse OultonGermination I1.0921.4041.248-11.114.3
71Simeon StaffordWoman with pram7801.092655-40-16
72Fred Yates'Schools Out'7801.0921.092040
73Rob & Nick CarterSmall Colour Spiral III 20057801.092780-28.60
74Sir Terry Frost R.A.Black and red semicircles1.2481.8731.483-20.818.8
75Humphrey JenningsWindmill and Plough468780234-70-50
76Denis MitchellStudies for sculpture9361.248499-60-46.7
77Stanley CasselmanThe Test of My Will # 1112.48418.727Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
78Henry CliffeTwo Figures7801.092593-45.7-24
79Renata FernandezWit, The Light of Life46878078-90-83.3
80Francis Convery ARSAEuropean Night (Study)9361.248499-60-46.7
81Sir Peter BlakeNice3.1214.6821.326-71.7-57.5
82Guy Denning'I Bury Some of You'7801.092390-64.3-50
83Richard AdamsNeighbourhood Dance9361.248858-31.3-8.3
84Guy Denning'Despite Nature - Clifton Suspension Bridge'1.5612.341858-63.3-45
85Marc MouclierBar interior with figures at a table468780655-1640
86Louis IcartPierette468780468-400
87William FraterAustralian Landscape7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
88Victoria GorenPleasant Afternoon (unframed)7801.092780-28.60
89Alexandre Sacha GarbellAbstract Blue and Greens (unframed)1.5612.3412.96526.789.9
90Victoria GorenSweet Dream7801.092655-40-16
91Victoria GorenCelebration7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
92Victoria GorenSunset through my window; and Timeless each7801.0921.1707.150
93Walter BayesA town view468780281-64-40
94Victoria GorenEndless Sky9361.248858-31.3-8.3
95Sam BarberGarden at Bass River3.1214.682Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
96Matt LambUntitled - We are not amused'9361.2481.014-18.88.3
97Jean Jacques GauvritRiver Scene with Distant Church Tower7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
98Michael AyrtonIcarus Fall3.1214.682Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
99John ChristoforouStanding woman1.2481.8732.3412587.6
100Louis William WainCat amongst vines1.2481.8731.170-37.5-6.3
101Felix KellyA Mississippi riverboat signed with initials and dated 'FK87' (lower right) oil on board 15 x 20cm (5 7/8 x 7 7/8in).9361.248Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
102Edmund BlampiedHorse grazing7801.092858-21.410
103Richard Jack, RA, RI, RPContinental street scene7801.092624-42.9-20
104Samuel John Lamorna Birch RA, RWS, RWARiver landscape1.0921.561Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
105Michel Kikoïne (1892-1968)'Harbour Scene with Fishing Boats' signed 'Kikoine' (lower right) pastel & gouache 30 x 42cm9361.248Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
106William DringRory's Breakfast9361.248858-31.3-8.3
10720th Century SchoolDymchurch7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
108Eric Malthouse'Black & Blue: Drop out'7801.092749-31.4-4
109William Heaton CooperLandscape7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
110Patrick HaymanWinters Day 1970468780702-1050
111Aaron Bird, aka TEMPER'Endless Sigh' Unframed9361.2484.994300.2433.5
112Alexander Jamieson ROIPortrait of the artist's daughter, Biddie Macdonald, under a tree2.3413.121Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
113Dave White'Where do you think you're going' Unframed7801.092702-35.7-10
114Sandra Blow R.A.Untitled1.5612.3412.060-1232
115John Anthony ParkA Cornish harbour2.3412.8092.809020
116Robert OrganAlan7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
117Elisabeth CollinsThe Man in Half-Amour624936187-80-70
118William James Laidlaw Baillie PRSA PPRSW RGI HRAPale Thangka and Paper Decoration390546250-54.2-35.9
119Graham RustContinental landscape each signed 'GR Rust' (lower right), pencil and watercolour 20 x 28cm (7 7/8 x 11in). and two others by the same hand (3)9361.248858-31.3-8.3
120James Downie Robertson, RSA RSW RGI'Border landscape - winter'9361.248936-250
121Frederick MillerFloral still life468624Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
122Aaron Bird, aka TEMPER'How I swing it' Unframed9361.2483.901212.6316.8
123Patrick CaulfieldPitcher1.5612.3414.682100199.9
124Ray Lonsdale'Broke Box Blues' 156cm (61 3/8in) (height)7801.092858-21.410
125Bernard Meninsky'Down the Road'468624234-62.5-50
126Norman Hepple RASpring in Spain7801.092702-35.7-10
127Christopher Sanders RAOld Cart, Old Barn7801.092702-35.7-10
128Arnold AuerbachDesign for an entrance hall, 10 Adelaide Rd NW3468780156-80-66.7
129Frank Dobson, R.A.Orchard468780Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
130Walter BayesUnder The Dome, National Gallery7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
131Maurice Canning Wilks R.U.A., A.R.H.A.'Pool on the Dun River, Co. Antrim'9361.248858-31.3-8.3
132William Heaton CooperA Lake District landscape780936780-16.70
133William Heaton Cooper'Afternoon in Winter, Grasmere'9361.2481.248033.3
134Henry J. NeaveThe demolitian of Cannon Street Station468780468-400
135Henry BishopContinental cafe scene624936858-8.337.5
136Andrew MacaraWoolacombe Sands1.0921.5611.092-300
137William Heaton CooperA Lake District Farmstead1.0921.4041.092-22.20
138William Heaton CooperA Lake District landscape with farmer and plough horse in a field before a grand house1.8732.809Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
139Richard TelfordLock Achray7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
140Samuel John Lamorna Birch RA, RWS, RWAView through the trees1.0921.561702-55-35.7
141Alan Stenhouse GourleyFigures in an Eastern street468780250-67.9-46.6
142Leonard RichmondFigure in a landscape468780234-70-50
143William Heaton Cooper'Crummock Water'2.3413.121Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
144William Heaton Cooper'Spring in Langdale'3.1214.6823.121-33.30
145Lucien PotronatCote D'azure7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
146John Bratby R.A.Untitled- Street Scene7801.092936-14.320
147Peter Kuhfeld'Bath time, Bargemon'7801.092858-21.410
148Leslie Gibson ARCAHelvellyn7801.092858-21.410
149Edward Wesson RI, RBA, RSMANo 1 - Late Gathering,6249361.1702587.5
150Edward Wesson RI, RBA, RSMAVillage scene,9361.248780-37.5-16.7
151Edward Wesson RI, RBA, RSMA'Bruges'7801.092499-54.3-36
152Fred YatesFigures by a train1.2481.8731.717-8.337.6
153WilliamCanadian Landscape9361.2481.56125.166.8
154Frank Dobson, R.A.Cherry Trees468780Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
155Garstin CoxKynance cove7801.0921.87371.5140.1
156Sir William Russell Flint RA, PRWSA Bend on the Seine, Les Andelys1.5612.341Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
157Pedro RuizDesplazamiento #69 (unframed)4.6827.8034.370-44-6.7
158Pedro RuizDesplazamiento #497.80310.9246.242-42.9-20
159Paul MillichipFigure in a landscape4687801.01430116.7
160Rowland HilderHarvesting scene7801.0921.24814.360
161Paul MillichipStreet scene7801.0921.48335.890.1
162Francis HelpsView of a church624936593-36.6-5
163Peter BrownLand Crossing, Bosham Harbour7801.2482.653112.6240.1
164Maude ParkerLambeth Palace; Tower of London; two works7801.092780-28.60
165Ernest ProctorSunset over the Orangery, Versailles468780203-74-56.6
166Samuel John Lamorna Birch RA, RWS, RWATrevider Valley468780468-400
167Ethelbert WhiteLandscape with train468780468-400
168Margaret ThomasRiver Sunset: Winter I7801.092499-54.3-36
169Rupert Norman ShephardCornfields - St. Croix a Lauze,624936343-63.4-45
17020th Century SchoolOlive Trees, Samos, Greece390546172-68.5-55.9
171Frank Dobson, R.A.Wooded lane468624Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
172Greg JarmaineThe Beach468624203-67.5-56.6
173Frank Dobson, R.A.Country gate624936Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
174Frank Dobson, R.A.Landscape with trees7801.092624-42.9-20
175Herbert Bannister WhonePennine buildings, street and lamp post624936265-71.7-57.5
176Frank WoottonEvening, Cuckmere Haven, Sussex1.5611.8731.404-25-10.1
177Andre Prevot-ValeriGolden Meadows with running stream and cattle7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
178John O'ConnorMarsh Landscape468780265-66-43.4
179Keith GrantCotton grass and cloud, Sutherland7801.0923.901257.2400.1
180George MannA street in Montmartre780936Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
181Walter BayesHanover Gate, Regent's Park7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
182Sophie MacphersonHay stacks7801.092858-21.410
183Olwyn Bowey RABeehives and brambles9361.248936-250
184Fred CumingLandscape in snow7801.0921.092040
185Abraham Christopher Gregory Suriarachi AmarasekaraThe fruit sellers7801.0921.40428.680
186Frank RunacresThe boat house7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
187William Miller Frazer, RSA'In Dorsetshire' and 'Wareham' - with sheep and cattle grazing, a pair1.0921.5611.014-35-7.1
188Leslie Gibson ARCAOld Waterloo Bridge7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
189Charles Joseph BeauverieParisian street scene624936936050
190Simeon StaffordBrighton Pier1.0921.4041.014-27.8-7.1
192Sir Terry Frost R.A.Book - Terry Frost with sketch of sun and fishing boats to frontispiece,7801.092780-28.60
193Ronald Ossory Dunlop NEA, ARA, RBAThe Thames at Kingston1.2481.8732.3412587.6
194Edward Wesson RI, RBA, RSMAHarbour view468780Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
195Rowland FisherNorfolk Harbour scene7801.092390-64.3-50
196Simeon StaffordAt the docks (Glasgow)7801.092749-31.4-4
197Andrew MacaraAguablava Costa Brava7801.0921.32621.470
198Alfred Egerton Cooper, RBALake landscape with figures embarking a rowing boat9361.248780-37.5-16.7
199Edward Wesson RI, RBA, RSMAThames View,9361.248593-52.5-36.6
200Edward Wesson RI, RBA, RSMA'Naval shipping in Portland harbour'468780468-400
201Rupert Norman ShephardBoats in a Cornish harbour468780156-80-66.7
202Jonathan Armigel WadeWoman with wineglass624936343-63.4-45
203Raymond CoxonLife Classes, 1930s468624Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
204Fred YatesLovers Sitting9361.248Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
205Roma TearneThe Enigma of Departure,9361.248Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
206Karoly KotaszRelgious procession468780312-60-33.3
207Sue AtkinsonFishermen9361.2481.092-12.516.7
208Geoffrey W. Birks1.5612.3411.483-36.7-5
209Michael AyrtonPortrait of Wyndham Lewis1.0921.404Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
210Jacob KramerPortrait of Mahatma Ghandi, bust length7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
211Anthony Eyton RAWorkers in a factory9361.2481.092-12.516.7
212Dame Laura Knight RA, RWSStudy of figures in a circus1.2481.8731.248-33.40
213Anna Katrina ZinkeisenPortrait of Edmond Durlacher (unframed)7801.092156-85.7-80
214Carlo RossiGirl in Cafe468780390-50-16.7
215William ThompsonPortrait of Frank Bowling7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
216Ronald SearleThe Sommelier9361.2481.56125.166.8
217Sydney Harpley R.A.Girl reading 26cm (10 1/4ins) high9361.2481.014-18.88.3
218Harold GasterScyther390546499-8.627.9
219Robert O. LenkiewiczPortrait of a woman9361.248Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
220Oksana Leadbitter'Nicky'; and 'Frida' (a pair) each unframed1.0921.561Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
221John StrevensMother and daughter7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
222Euan UglowSeated nude in profile1.5612.341780-66.7-50
223Vernon WardAn Edward Schoolgirl; and The Daisy Chain and 27.5 x 19cm. (10 7/8 x 7 1/2 in)9361.248Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
224Mike FrancisGlitterblue (Beach series)1.2481.8731.873050.1
225Jacob KramerPortrait of 'Peggy' bust length wearing red lipstick7801.092936-14.320
226Augustus Edwin John O.M.A study of a male nude1.2481.873Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
227Augustus Edwin John O.M.A study of a man holding a staff9361.248749-40-20
228Jacob KramerPortrait of an elegant woman in a blue dress7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
229Jacob KramerPortrait of a woman in a black hat624936749-2020
230Oksana LeadbitterNatasha (unframed)7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
231Andrew MacaraPalm Shadows1.2481.8731.326-29.26.3
232Jacob KramerPortrait of Mrs H G Garland, bust length with her eyes closed7801.0921.87371.5140.1
233Adrian Keith Graham Hill, PPROI RBA1.0921.561Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
234Geoffrey SquireStudy for 'Celebration'390546172-68.5-55.9
235David BombergHead of a Girl1.5612.3411.483-36.7-5
236English SchoolPortrait of a seated girl312468Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
237Heinz HenghesFemale Seated Nude7801.092468-57.1-40
238Jacob KramerPortrait of Sarah, the artist's sister624936265-71.7-57.5
239Ken SymondsNude with necklace468780593-2426.7
240Mick Rooney, RAMother and child7801.0921.1707.150
241John EmanuelReclining Nude624936172-81.6-72.4
242Tony PeartWaiting for Mr Punch468624172-72.4-63.2
243Ruth BarkerThree Nudes in a Landscape7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
244Frederick Cuming RA NEACStill life of anenomes in a vase1.5612.341Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
245Jack Knox RSA RSW RGICarafe and fruit dish468780250-67.9-46.6
246Walter NesslerAbstract interior with birds and cat7801.0922.497128.7220.1
247George Devlin RSWYellow Rose on White Ground7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
248Irene KlestovaA bouquet of splendour1.2481.8733.901108.3212.6
249Bernard Dunstan, R.A.'The Bedside Lamp'468780546-3016.7
250John MintonFlower study9361.2481.3266.341.7
251Clarisse Loxton-PeacockGuitar, Cello and Mandolin468624187-70-60
252John SprakesDragon in a Drawer31246859326.790.1
253Albert WilliamsStill life of flowers; Still life of roses7801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
254Kershaw SchofieldStill life9361.248Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
255Roderic BarrettTable with bowls9361.2483.433175.1266.8
256Fred YatesStill life with Porcelain1.2481.8731.326-29.26.3
257Philip NaviaskyStill life of a blanc de chine Chinese figure with apples9361.248858-31.3-8.3
258Jacob KramerStill life of summer flowers in a vase624936203-78.3-67.5
259Sue CairnesLisianthus312468Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
260William Conor R.H.A., R.U.A.Still life of poppies in a vase1.0921.404Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
261Paul Lucien MazeGoodwood Paddock 19557801.092Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
262Gwilym Pritchard'Bwrdd Arthur, Llanddona, Llangoed, 1980'9361.2481.014-18.88.3
263Gwilym Pritchard'Ffordd i Gwradog'7801.0921.40428.680
264Joan GilchrestMousehole468780780066.7
265John O'ConnorThe Ford1.2481.873Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
TOTAL:248.697357.613216.498-39.5-12.9
TOTAL (Sold lots):178.330257.128216.498-15.821.4

 

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Featured Images:

William Heaton Cooper – ‘Crummock Water’, detail (Lot 143)

Francis Wynne Thomas – Decaying boats (Lot 63)

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Leslie Gibson ARCA – Helvellyn (Lot 148)

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