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Edward Thompson Davis

United Kingdom (1833 -  1867 )
DAVIS Edward Thompson A Young Girl Resting

Dreweatt-Neate
Jun 30, 2010
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Edward Thompson Davis - Telling A Tale

Edward Thompson Davis - Telling A Tale

Original 1963
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Lot number: 57
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Edward Thompson Davis (British, 1833-1867) Telling a tale signed with monogram and dated '63' (lower left); titled and signed (on the reverse) oil on panel 12 x 16in (30.5 x 40.5cm) Footnotes Provanance with The Cooling Galleries, Ltd., London; with The Fine Art Gallery, Canada. Exhibited London, Royal Academy, 1860, no. 103.
Edward Thompson Davis - Weary Wanderer

Edward Thompson Davis - Weary Wanderer

Original 1859
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Bonhams, Leeds, 14 June 2005, lot 116;

The Maas Gallery, London, July 2005

Edward Thompson Davis

1833-1867

WEARY WANDERER

signed and dated l.l.: E Davis/ 1859; also titled, signed and inscribed Northwick/ near Worcester on an old label attached to the reverse

oil on board

30 by 20cm., 11¾ by 8in.

The board is bowed, some minor frame abrasions along lower edge; otherwise the work appears in good overall condition. Ultraviolet light reveals some retouching along the lower edge, some flecks of retouching located in the background and a minor fleck to the figure's cheek, well executed. Held in dark wood frame with gilt inset.
Edward Thompson Davis - Study Of Ivy

Edward Thompson Davis - Study Of Ivy

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LOT 205
EDWARD THOMPSON DAVIS
1833-1867
STUDY OF IVY
watercolor with pen and brown ink on paper. Together with FrankLewis Emanuel, Two Seated Figures Under an Umbrella, pencil onpaper. 2 works.
1,000—1,500 USD
the first 2 by 3 5/8 in.; the second 2 7/8 by 3 3/8 in.
5 by 9.2 cm; 7.3 by 8.6 cm
watercolor with pen and brown ink on paper. Together with FrankLewis Emanuel, Two Seated Figures Under an Umbrella, pencil onpaper. 2 works.
Please see page 27 for an additional illustration of thislot.
Edward Thompson Davis - A Young Girl Resting

Edward Thompson Davis - A Young Girl Resting

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Edward Thompson Davis (1833-1867) & DavidBates (1840-1921) A young girl resting by a path Oil on panelSigned, inscribed and dated Figure by Edward Davis, Rest by DavidBates 1887 lower left 29 x 24 cm (11 1/2 x 9 1/4 in)
condition report
Opaque varnish, though some retopuching isvisible under u.v. light, may benefit from a clean
Edward Thompson Davis - The Remorseful Lovers

Edward Thompson Davis - The Remorseful Lovers

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Lot number: 87
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Edward Thompson Davis (1833-1867)
The Remorseful Lovers
pencil, watercolour and bodycolour on paper
17½ x 13½ in. (44.5 x 34.3 cm.)
Exhibited
London, The Leicester Gallery, The Victorian Romantics, June1949, no. 97.
Lot Notes
This talented but short lived artist trained at the BirminghamSchool of Design, presumably about the same time as his exactcontemporary Edward Burne-Jones, who attended evening classes therein the late 1840s. He lived all his working life in Worcester, butdied in Italy where he had gone for the sake of his health. Heexhibited nineteen genre subjects at the Royal Academy between 1854and 1867.
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