Helen Allingham

(18481926 ) - Watercolours Wikipedia® - Helen Allingham
ALLINGHAM Helen Rural Cottage Scene With

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Helen Allingham - A Cottage At Nunton, Wiltshire

Helen Allingham - A Cottage At Nunton, Wiltshire

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Lot number: 40
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The Leicester Galleries, London, 1909, where purchased by Miss Coward; Christie's, 28 April 1987, lot 208, where purchased by the present owner London, The Leicester Galleries, Exhibition of Works by Mrs Allingham, December 1909, no.88 40 Helen Allingham, R.W.S. 1848-1926 A COTTAGE AT NUNTON, WILTSHIRE signed l.r.: H. Allingham watercolour 21.5 by 16.5cm., 8½ by 6½in. Estimate 6,000 - 8,000 GBP Print Some faints signs of foxing in the sky otherwise the sheet appears to be sound. Held under glass in a gilt plaster frame with a gilt mount; unexamined out of frame.
Helen Allingham - A Surrey Cottage

Helen Allingham - A Surrey Cottage

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Lot number: 45
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Helen Allingham, RWS (British, 1848-1926) A Surrey cottage signed 'H.Allingham' (lower left) watercolour 24.5 x 31.3cm (9 5/8 x 12 5/16in). PROVENANCE: with M Newman Ltd., London Private collection, UK LITERATURE: Advertisement in Apollo magazine, December 1947 as 'The Cottage by the Wood' The name Helen Allingham will always be associated with paintings of Surrey cottages and farmhouses, however there is more to her paintings than meets the eye. They represent her concern for the future of the English countryside which was a topical subject at the time. It is likely that her friend and Surrey neighbour, Gertrude Jekyll, took the artist to see this 17th century cottage. Miss Jekyll wrote about, and recorded through her photographs, once common sights around her Godalming home. Her work was published in 1904 under the title 'Old West Surrey'. This cottage appeared in a photograph taken by Miss Jekyll in 1888 and it still stands in a remote part of Dunsfold. We are grateful to Annabel Watts for her assistance in cataloguing this lot. PROVENANCE: with M Newman Ltd., London Private collection, UK LITERATURE: Advertisement in Apollo magazine, December 1947 as 'The Cottage by the Wood' The name Helen Allingham will always be associated with paintings of Surrey cottages and farmhouses, however there is more to her paintings than meets the eye. They represent her concern for the future of the English countryside which was a topical subject at the time. It is likely that her friend and Surrey neighbour, Gertrude Jekyll, took the artist to see this 17th century cottage. Miss Jekyll wrote about, and recorded through her photographs, once common sights around her Godalming home. Her work was published in 1904 under the title 'Old West Surrey'. This cottage appeared in a photograph taken by Miss Jekyll in 1888 and it still stands in a remote part of Dunsfold. We are grateful to Annabel Watts for her assistance in cataloguing this lot.
Helen Allingham - Winter Landscape With Lady Gathering Wood For Kindling

Helen Allingham - Winter Landscape With Lady Gathering Wood For Kindling

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Lot number: 777
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Helen Allingham RWS (1848 - 1926) 'Winter Landscape with Lady Gathering Wood for Kindling' Watercolour on paper, signed lower right, 13.5 x 22.5cm Footnote: Helen Allingham was a celebrated Victorian artist whose work is often delicately painted and features scenes of rural life in England. She was one of the first women to train at the Royal Academy and the first woman member of the Royal Society of Painters in Watercolours.
Helen Allingham - Rural Cottage Scene With

Helen Allingham - Rural Cottage Scene With

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Lot number: 793
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Helen Allingham 1848 - 1926 Helen Allingham (1848 - 1926) watercolour, rural cottage scene with figures titled 'A Gloucestershire Cottage Under The Cotswold Hills', signed lower right hand corner, 13.75" x 11.5" (35cm x 29cm) Colours faded, some surface marks and stains, some surface scratches. Glass missing, heavy losses to moulded gilding on frame. Please note:Due to the size and vulnerability of the items in our Antiques & Fine Art auctions we are unable to post out these items "in house". We do, however recommend a selection of packaging and shipping companies. For national and international deliveries, we suggest: IJK Couriers07917 500522 Email: info@ijkcouriers. co. uk www. ijkcouriers. co. uk Alban Shipping01582 493 099 Email: info@albanshipping. co. uk www. albanshipping. co. uk
Helen Allingham - Outside A Country Cottage, Near Witley, Surrey

Helen Allingham - Outside A Country Cottage, Near Witley, Surrey

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Lot number: 70
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Helen Allingham, R.W.S. (1848-1926) Outside a country cottage, near Witley, Surrey signed 'H. Allingham' (lower left) pencil and watercolour with gum arabic and with scratching out on paper 11¼ x 8¾ in. (28.5 x 22.3 cm.) Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, London, 26-27 April 1989, lot 457. R. Nevill, Old Cottage and Domestic Architecture in South West Surrey, Guildford, 1891, p. 64. A. Watts, Helen Allingham's Cottage Homes Revisited, Godalming, 2002, p. 64 Many of the timber-framed cottages inhabited by Allingham's neighbours around Sandhills became subjects of her watercolours, and she painted many of them several times, all slightly different; the building in the present watercolour is unmistakable, such was her attention to architectural detail. There are two other known paintings featuring this cottage, which was home to a family of eight by the name of Gale when Helen Allingham knew it. We are grateful to Annabel Watts for her help in preparing this catalogue entry.
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