Robert Polhill Bevan

United Kingdom (18651925 ) - Artworks
BEVAN Robert Polhill In The Upper Culme Valley

Bonhams /Jul 19, 2011
1,688.14 - 2,250.86
1,934.26

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Robert Polhill Bevan - Clayhidon Church

Robert Polhill Bevan - Clayhidon Church

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Robert Polhill Bevan (1865-1925) Clayhidon Church Lot Description Robert Polhill Bevan (1865-1925) Clayhidon Church signed 'Robert Bevan' (lower right), and inscribed 'Cayhidon (sic)/Devon' (on the artist's label attached to the stretcher), and with studio stamp (on the reverse) oil on canvas 19 ¾ x 24 in. (50.3 x 61 cm.) Pre-Lot Text PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF NATALIE BARCLAY Born in 1909, Natalie Barclay was an artist and ceramicist, as well as a muse and friend to many of the leading artists of her generation, including Mark Gertler, Christopher Nevinson and John Nash. Her remarkable beauty is captured in Gertler’’’’s impressive and sensuous 1928 portrait of her called Supper (National Portrait Gallery, London). In 1946 she married Robert Alexander (Bobby) Bevan, son of artists Robert Polhill Bevan and Stanislawa de Karlowska. Bevan worked for the London advertising agency S.H. Benson Ltd, and his distinguished career would lead to him becoming Chairman in 1953. In the year following their marriage Natalie and Bobby moved to Boxted House, near the Essex-Suffolk border of East Anglia, where they would live until his death in 1974. Their extraordinary art collection hung on the walls of the house, and included paintings by Bobby’’’’s parents and their friends, Walter Sickert, Harold Gilman and Charles Ginner, as well as works by their own circle of friends, John Nash, Augustus John, Cedric Morris and John Armstrong. In 1975 Minories Art Gallery in Colchester held an exhibition of the art from Boxted House, followed three years later by another at Gainsborough’’’’s House, Sudbury. Most recently in 2008 the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art celebrated the collection in their exhibition, ‘From Sickert to Gertler, Modern British Art from Boxted House’’’’.
Robert Polhill Bevan - The Tangled Dell, Anglesey

Robert Polhill Bevan - The Tangled Dell, Anglesey

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Lot number: 127
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Robert Bevan (British, 1865-1925) The Tangled Dell, Anglesey bears two studio stamps (verso) oil on canvas laid on board 33.3 x 38.7 cm. (13 1/8 x 15 1/4 in.) Painted in 1900 (according to a label verso) PROVENANCE: Purchased from the D'Offay Couper exhibition by K. Powell Esq., May 1969 Sale; Christie's, London, 12 July 1974, lot 271 Private Collection, U.K. EXHIBITED: London, D'Offay Couper Gallery, Robert Bevan, Early Paintings, 1895-1908 , 22 April-16 May 1969, cat.no.2
Robert Polhill Bevan - Winter Landscape, Poland

Robert Polhill Bevan - Winter Landscape, Poland

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Lot Description Robert Bevan (1865-1925) Winter Landscape, Poland oil on canvas 19 x 22 in. (48.3 x 56 cm.) Painted circa 1899-1910. Lot Condition Report I confirm that I have read this Important Notice and agree to its terms. View Condition Report Provenance with Agnew's, London. Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 28 November 1996, lot 25, where purchased by the present owner. View Lot Notes › Robert Bevan often worked in Poland between 1899 and 1910, staying with the family of his wife, Stanislawa de Karlowska, at their estate in Szeliwy, near Lowicz. The son of the artist, Robert A. Bevan, writes: 'During these years Bevan developed a strong feeling for Poland and the Poles ... One can say that Poland wakened in my father a very intense affection, a romantic sympathy that is reflected in much of the work of these early years. He was never happier than when he was working in Poland and living among Poles' (see R.A. Bevan, Robert Bevan 1865-1925: A memoir by his son, London, 1965, pp. 12-13).
Robert Polhill Bevan - In The Upper Culme Valley

Robert Polhill Bevan - In The Upper Culme Valley

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Robert Polhill Bevan (British,1865-1925) In the Upper Culme Valley signed with monogram (lower left) watercolour and crayon 25 x 34 cm. (10 x 13 1/4 in.) Executed in 1916 Footnote: PROVENANCE: With the artist's son With Anthony d'Offay Fine Art, London, where purchased by R. Edgar Esq., 22 February 1967 With Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London Private Collection, UK
Robert Polhill Bevan - The Barn In The Fields

Robert Polhill Bevan - The Barn In The Fields

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Robert Polhill Bevan (1865-1925) The Barn in the Fields crayon 10½ x 14¼ in. (26.5 x 36.1 cm.) with Spink, London. The estate of the late Hamish Alastair Phillips; Bonhams, Oxford, 4 March 2009, lot 136. Anonymous sale; Bonhams, Oxford, 17 June 2009, lot 71. Exhibition catalogue; Anthony d'Offay, Robert Bevan (1865-1925): Drawings and Watercolours, 1981, no. 45. We are very grateful to Patrick Baty for his assistance cataloguing the present lot.
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