Joseph William Allen

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ALLEN Joseph William View Of Dunkeld, On The River Tay, Perthshire

Christie's /Oct 31, 2002
9,484.67 - 12,646.22
10,390.60

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Joseph William Allen - A Shepherd With A Goat And Sheep In A Landscape

Joseph William Allen - A Shepherd With A Goat And Sheep In A Landscape

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Lot number: 563
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Description: Joseph William Allen (British, 1803-1852) A Shepherd with a Goat and Sheep in a Landscape oil on canvas h:30 w: 55 cm Relined and cleaned. Prominent network of craquelure including large round impact crack at centre of sky. Filling of old losses and retouching in the sky. In a stable condition. Gilt frame needs attention.
Joseph William Allen - Abstract Scene

Joseph William Allen - Abstract Scene

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Lot number: 171
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Description: William Joseph Verdult (AMERICAN/DUTCH, 1939 - ) marker on board depicting an abstract scene with a courting couple, flower and violin. Signed to lower left. Mounted in gilded frame with polka dot matting and set behind glass screen. Measures 25" height x 19 3/4" width + 4 5/8" mat & frame (63.5cm x 50.1cm + 11.7cm).
Joseph William Allen - Cattle Drover In A Landscape

Joseph William Allen - Cattle Drover In A Landscape

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Lot number: 2195
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Lot 2195 Joseph William Allen (1803-1852) watercolour Cattle drover in a landscape signed and dated '33 8 x 10.25in. Estimate £300-500 Descriptions provided in both printed and on-line catalogue formats do not include condition reports. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Interested bidders are strongly encouraged to request a condition report on any lots upon which they intend to bid, prior to placing a bid. All transactions are governed by Gorringes Conditions of Sale.
Joseph William Allen - View Of Dunkeld, On The River Tay, Perthshire

Joseph William Allen - View Of Dunkeld, On The River Tay, Perthshire

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Lot number: 13
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Joseph William Allen (1803-1852) View of Dunkeld, on the River Tay, Perthshire signed and dated 'ALLEN Joseph-William. 1840' (lower left) oil on canvas 24 x 36 in. (61 x 91.4 cm.) Lot Notes Joseph Allen was a prolific landscape painter and watercolourist who specialised in idealised views in North Wales, Cheshire, Yorkshire and other Midland counties. He exhibited at the Royal Academy, the British Institution and the Society of British Artists. The cathedral town of Dunkeld, situated on the banks of the River Tay opposite the village of Birnam, played a vital role in Scotland's early history. Its position guarding one of the main passes from Lowland into Highland Scotland made it an important strategic location and it was the original seat of the chief bishop of the kingdom of the Picts. Dunkeld emerged as a centre of Christianity during the 7th Century, when St. Columba came over from Iona, whose relics were housed in a church built in Dunkeld by Scotland's first King, Kenneth MacAlpin. MacAlpin made Dunkeld head of the Celtic Church and capital of the newly-formed nation of Picts and Scots. The cathedral of Dunkeld, started in 1325, was an important ecclestiastical centre, until it was destroyed by the Reformation in the 16th Century. Relative peace ensued in Dunkeld until in 1689 a ferocious battle between the Jacobites and the Cameronians (supporters of William of Orange) burnt much of the town to the ground. Dunkeld lay on the crossroads of the cattle- droving roads and by the 19th century was established as a thriving market town.
Joseph William Allen - Cattle Drover On A Lane

Joseph William Allen - Cattle Drover On A Lane

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Lot number: 1577
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Joseph William Allen (1803-1852) watercolour, Cattle drover on a lane, signed and numbered 341, 8 x 10.25in.
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