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Richard Beavis

(18241896 ) - Artworks
BEAVIS Richard Halt Of Prince Charles Edward On The Banks Of The Nairne

Christie's /Jun 15, 2011
22,995.11 - 34,492.66
25,578.00

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Richard Beavis - Castle Campbell From The Burn Of Care

Richard Beavis - Castle Campbell From The Burn Of Care

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Lot number: 1561
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RICHARD BEAVIS (BRITISH 1824 - 1896) CASTLE CAMPBELL FROM THE BURN OF CARE oil on panel 61cm x 45cm (24in x 17.5in) Provenance : Among the 24 listed paintings by Richard Beavis in Public Collections in the UK is another view of Castle Campbell which is held by Glasgow Museums & Galleries. Note : Castle Campbell, lowland seat of the Duke of Argyll, is a medieval castle situated above the town of Dollar, Clackmannanshire, in central Scotland. It was the seat of the Earls and Dukes of Argyll, Chiefs of Clan Campbell, and was visited by Mary, Queen of Scots, in the 16th century. The tower house was built in the early 15th century and was known as Castle Gloom. The castle was originally a property of the Clan Stuart but passed by marriage to Colin Campbell, 1st Earl of Argyll and Lord Chancellor of Scotland. He had the name of the castle changed to Castle Campbell by an Act of Parliament in 1489. . In 1645, during the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, the Royalist James Graham, 1st Marquess of Montrose, led an attack in which the Clan Ogilvy, seeking revenge for the burning of the ''Bonnie House of Airlie'' and other strongholds of the clan, along with the Macleans, overran the castle but apparently failed to destroy it. After the killing of King Charles I, the Campbells supported Charles II against Oliver Cromwell, although Archibald Campbell, 1st Marquess of Argyll, later switched his allegiance to Cromwell. Cromwell's forces occupied the castle in 1653, and it was burned in 1654 by the Scots in retaliation for Campbell's support of Cromwell. Only part of the castle was restored, and its use as a residence ended. Just seven years later the 8th Earl of Argyll was executed for treason to the king. In 1948 Castle Campbell was given into the care of the Government. It is now administered by Historic Scotland.
Richard Beavis - The King's Cavalry Moving Into Position For A Charge At Naseby

Richard Beavis - The King's Cavalry Moving Into Position For A Charge At Naseby

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Richard Beavis, R.W.S. (1824-1896) The King's cavalry moving into position for a charge at Naseby signed 'R Beavis' (lower right) and further signed and inscribed 'The King's Cavalry moving into position for a charge at Naseby R. Beavis' (on the artist's label, on the reverse) oil on canvas 18¼ x 24¼ in. (46.3 x 61.6 cm.)
Richard Beavis - Collecting Wreck On The French Coast

Richard Beavis - Collecting Wreck On The French Coast

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Lot number: 285
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Richard Beavis, R.W.S. (1824-1896) Collecting wreck on the French coast signed and dated 'R Beavis 71' (lower left) and inscribed '"Removing wreck/from the sea shore -/coast of France"/R Beavis/6. Belsize Park Gardens. N.W.' (on a label attached to the stretcher) oil on canvas 24¼ x 36½ in. (61.5 x 92.7 cm.) J. D. Charrington Esq.; London, Christie's, 9 June 1911, lot 22 (85 gns to Pausey & Payne). A. Cunliffe Dec.; London, Christie's, 20 June 1924, lot 108 (32 gns to Sampson). London, Royal Academy, 1872, no. 1085.
Richard Beavis - Halt Of Prince Charles Edward On The Banks Of The Nairne

Richard Beavis - Halt Of Prince Charles Edward On The Banks Of The Nairne

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Lot Description Richard Beavis (1824-1896) Halt of Prince Charles Edward on the Banks of the Nairne signed and dated 'R. Beavis 1878' (lower left) and inscribed 'Haltof Prince Charles Edward on the Banks of the Nairne/R Beavis' (on alabel on the stretcher) oil on canvas 45½ x 70 in. (115.5 x 178 cm.) Special Notice VAT rate of 5% is payable on hammer price and at 20% on thebuyer's premium. Lot Condition Report I confirm that I have read this Important Notice and agree to itsterms. View ConditionReport Provenance with The Omell Gallery, London. Mrs Seymour, 23 Ennismore Gardens, S.W. (according to a label onthe reverse). Exhibited London, Royal Academy, 1878, no. 584. View Lot Notes › Prince Charles Edward Stuart, known as the Young Pretender,championed the Jacobite claim to the throne and engaged the Duke ofCumberland at Culloden Moor on 16 April 1746. The battle, whichtook place near Inverness, was the last staged on British soil.Prince Charles was defeated and retreated across the banks of theNairne. The Protestant Hanoverian King George II remained King.Jacobite subjects provided favourite subject matter for artists ofthe Victorian period.
Richard Beavis - Rounding Cape Horn

Richard Beavis - Rounding Cape Horn

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Lot number: 97
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Richard Beavis (Exmouth 1824-1896) Rounding Cape Horn; and Micronesia outward-bound (both illustrated) the first signed 'R Beavis' (lower left); the second signed and dated 'R Beavis 1890' (lower left) oil on canvas 15 x 21 in. (38.1 x 53.4 cm.) a pair (2) with Eaton Gallery, London. Micronesia was a large iron full-rigger built on the Clyde by Russell & Co. at Greenock in 1883. Owned by J. & W. Goffey of Liverpool, she was registered at 1,619 tons gross (1,577 net) and measured 258 feet in length with a 38 foot beam. First commanded by Captain Greig, her maiden voyage from Glasgow to Sydney was accomplished in a fast 84 days and marked the start of a very successful career. Her best-ever daily run was 346 miles and, for over ten years, she regularly traded to Australia and then back to Liverpool via San Francisco. On her last voyage, under the command of Captain Beavis, she went out to Melbourne and then attempted to load coal at Newcastle, New South Wales, but was prevented from doing so by a prolonged miners' strike. Heading instead to Iquique (Chile), where she loaded nitrate, she was nearly home when she caught fire in the English Channel on August Bank Holiday Monday (1897), and was burned out off the East Goodwin Sand.
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