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John Joseph Barker Of Bath

United Kingdom (1824 -  1904 )
BARKER OF BATH John Joseph The Old Oak On Hampton Down; Near Shirehampton

Bonhams
Jun 11, 2013
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Variants on Artist's name :

Barker Of Bath Joseph

Barker John Joseph

Barker Joseph

 

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John Joseph Barker Of Bath - A Farmhand Feeding A Pony And Donkey

John Joseph Barker Of Bath - A Farmhand Feeding A Pony And Donkey

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Lot number: 322
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John Joseph Barker (1824-1904)
A FARMHAND FEEDING A PONY AND DONKEY AT A BARN DOOR
Signed l.l., oil on canvas
92 x 71cm
* The description of the above lot by the auctioneer in the language of the auction is the governing description. Any translation using Google translate is a guide only - its accuracy cannot be guaranteed and it is used at your own risk.
John Joseph Barker Of Bath - The Old Oak On Hampton Down; Near Shirehampton

John Joseph Barker Of Bath - The Old Oak On Hampton Down; Near Shirehampton

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Lot number: 54
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John Joseph Barker (of Bath) (British, 1824-1904)

The Old Oak on Hampton Down; Near Shirehampton, a pair

the former signed 'J Barker' (one lower left), the latter bears a signature (lower centre), both signed and inscribed (on label attached to the stretcher on the reverse)

oil on canvas

each 76.5 x 63cm (30 1/8 x 24 3/4in).(2)
John Joseph Barker Of Bath - An Extensive Landscape, Thought To Be A View Across The River Severn

John Joseph Barker Of Bath - An Extensive Landscape, Thought To Be A View Across The River Severn

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Lot number: 5001
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Fine Art European Paintings and Works on Paper
John Joseph Barker of Bath (British, 1824-1904)

An extensive landscape, thought to be a view across the River Severn

bears signature 'J. Barker' (lower right)

oil on canvas

30 1/4 x 50in

artist should read: Attributed to John Joseph Barker of Bath (British, 1824-1904)
John Joseph Barker Of Bath - Figures And Horse Before A Country Cottage;and Another Of Figures On A Woodland Path

John Joseph Barker Of Bath - Figures And Horse Before A Country Cottage;and Another Of Figures On A Woodland Path

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Lot number: 137
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John Joseph Barker of Bath (British,1824-1904)
Figures and horse before a country cottage;and another of figures on a woodland path
one signed 'J. Barker' (lower right), the other signed 'Jno Barker'(lower left),
oil on canvas (a pair)
74.5

x 62cm

(29 5/16

x 247/16in).
John Joseph Barker Of Bath - Figures On A Hillside Overlooking The Sea

John Joseph Barker Of Bath - Figures On A Hillside Overlooking The Sea

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Lot number: 36
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John Joseph Barker (fl.1835-1866)
Figures on a hillside overlooking the sea
Add. Notes: signed 'J Barker' (lower right) oil on canvas 20 x 36 in. (50.8 x 91.4 cm.)
Notes: La Danseuse au Soleil noir is related to the later print Le Cracheur de Flammes (D. 650), but is presented in a landscape rather than a portrait format, and also bears differences in the background colours. This is confirmed by the certificate written in pencil by the director of the Fondació Miró on the reverse of the sheet. As this is the Bon í  Tirer impression for an edition which was not executed, it may be presumed to be unique.
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