William Iii Bromley

United Kingdom (18351888 ) - Artworks
BROMLEY William III Waiting For A Bite

Christie's /Jun 10, 2003
5,661.71 - 8,492.57
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William Iii Bromley - Consoling A Friend

William Iii Bromley - Consoling A Friend

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Lot number: 29
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Lot 29 William Bromley (1835-1888) CONSOLING A FRIEND British Oil on canvas; signed and dated 1867 lower left 28.0" / 71.1cm (height) x 36.3" / 92.1cm (width) Est. $3000/5000 Leave an Absentee Bid Request Telephone Bidding Download our Absentee Bid Form PDF Download our Telephone Bid Form PDF Share on:
William Iii Bromley - The Young Hunter

William Iii Bromley - The Young Hunter

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Lot number: 151
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William Bromley (fl.1835-1888)
The young hunter
Add. Notes: signed 'W Bromley' (lower right) oil on canvas 12 x 10 in. (30.5 x 25.4 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.
William Iii Bromley - The Wildflower Bouquet; And Flowers For The Baby

William Iii Bromley - The Wildflower Bouquet; And Flowers For The Baby

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Lot number: 126
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William Bromley III (British, fl.1860-1888) The Wildflower Bouquet; and Flowers for the Baby with signature 'W.Bromley' (lower right) oil on canvas 14 x 18 in. (35.6 x 45.7 cm.) (2) Special Notice This lot is offered without reserve. Pre-Lot Text Property from the Philip and Audrey G. Reed Charitable Trust(Lots 126-135)
William Iii Bromley - Waiting For A Bite

William Iii Bromley - Waiting For A Bite

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Lot number: 115
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William Bromley III (FL. 1835-1888) Waiting for a bite signed 'W Bromley' (lower right), and further signed and inscribed 'Waiting for a Bite W.Bromley Howard House 16 Loudoun Road St John's Wood' (on an old label on the reverse) oil on canvas 14 1/8 x 18¼ in. (35.9 x 46.4 cm.) Special Notice No VAT will be charged on the hammer price, but VAT at 17.5% will be added to the buyer's premium which is invoiced on a VAT inclusive basis Provenance with Richard Green, London, by 1987. Anon. sale; Christie's, London, 13 February 1987, lot 118 (£6000). Anon. sale; Bonham's, London, 17 March 1994, lot 93 (£5,200). Exhibited London, Royal Society of British Artists, 1881, no. 271 (£40). Lot Notes A slightly larger work by Bromley, Knuckle Down, depicting boys playing at marbles, sold in The Forbes sale of Victorian Pictures and Works of Art, Christie's, London, 20 February 2003, lot 250 (£14,340).
William Iii Bromley - Knuckle Down

William Iii Bromley - Knuckle Down

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Lot number: 250
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William Bromley III (fl. 1835-1888) 'Knuckle Down' signed 'W. Bromley' (lower right) oil on canvas 20 x 24¼ in. (50.8 x 61.6 cm.) Provenance D.T. Evans; (+) Christie's, London, 12 February 1886, lot 80 (20 gns to Davidson). with Roy Miles, London, from whom acquired by the present owner in 1982. Literature Literature D. Mancoff, The Return of King Arthur, 1995, illus. p. 104. Exhibited Possibly London, Royal Society of British Artists, 1871, no. 337, as 'Playing at Marbles'. Victorian Childhood, 1986, cat. p. 34, pl. 14. Lot Notes William Bromley, son of an artist and grandson of a prominent engraver, exhibited widely throughout his long career at the Society of British Artists (Suffolk Street), the Royal Academy and the British Institution. Several of his favourite subjects included pictures of children at play: a comparable composition is illustrated in Christopher Wood, Paradise Lost, pl. 145. Games of marbles were a popular pastime amongst Victorian children of all classes. Agates ('aggies'), or 'swirlies' and 'clearies' were hoarded by the more fortunate, while most village children, as in this picture, played with marbles of plain clay. It is unclear whether the Victorians, and the seventeenth century Dutch before them, found any didactic message in depictions of this game of skill. It is certainly interesting to reflect how to 'knuckle down', as the boy to the right of this picture is doing, survives into the working culture of the twenty-first century as a phrase denoting the need to concentrate.
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