John Scarlett Davis

United Kingdom (18041845 ) - Artworks
DAVIS John Scarlett The Interior Of St Eustache, Paris

Christie's /Jul 5, 2011
5,712.33 - 9,139.72
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John Scarlett Davis - Interior Of A Church

John Scarlett Davis - Interior Of A Church

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Lot number: 349
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Description: John Scarlett Davis (British, 1804-c.1845) Interior of a Church Unsigned, identified on a label from J. S. Maas & Co. Ltd., London, on the reverse. Oil on panel, 14 x 10 in. (35.5 x 25.4 cm), framed. Condition: Craquelure, frame abrasions, surface grime. Condition Report: There are several dashes of (old) retouch. The work might benefit from cleaning. The craquelure is fine and stable. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Condition requests can be obtained via email (lot inquiry button) or by telephone to the appropriate gallery location (Boston/617.350.5400 or Marlborough/508.970.3000). Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Skinner Inc. shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.
John Scarlett Davis - Views  Of Bolton Abbey, Wharfedale, Yorkshire

John Scarlett Davis - Views Of Bolton Abbey, Wharfedale, Yorkshire

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Lot number: 241
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241. Yorkshire.- Davis (John Scarlett) Fourteen Views in Lithography, of Bolton Abbey, Wharfedale, Yorkshire second edition, 14 lithograph plates on India paper, spotting and browning, several tears and handling creases, surface dirt, lacking lower wrapper, split, worn, oblong imperial 4to, Charles Frederick Cock, 1829; with a group of 58 loose plates by James A. Merigot, from A Select Collection of Views and Ruins in Rome and Its Vicinity, aquatints with etching, each sheet c.220 x 290mm., some browning, c.1798 (Qty.).
John Scarlett Davis - The Interior Of St Eustache, Paris

John Scarlett Davis - The Interior Of St Eustache, Paris

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Lot number: 440
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John Scarlett Davis (Leominster 1804-1845 London) The interior of St Eustache, Paris, with the congregation at prayer in the nave, the high altar beyond signed with initials and dated 'JSD 1836' (on a pillar, lower left) and inscribed 'HIC JACET COLBERT' and 'S T . EAUSTACHE' [sic] (lower centre, on flagstones) and further inscribed and dated 'Int. of S t Eaustache [sic]./Paris/by./J. Scarlett Davis./1836' (on the verso of the original mount) pencil, pen and grey ink, watercolour and bodycolour, with gum arabic, watermark J WHATMAN/1835 7 5/8 x 11 7/8 in. (19.3 x 30.2 cm.) John Hinxman (+); Christie's, London, 24 March 1848, lot 86 (19 gns to Holloway). C.E. Hughes. Newall Collection; Christie's, London, 13 December 1979, lot 30. with Spink, London, where purchased for the present collection. Property from an Important American Collection (Lots 376 and 440) C.E. Hughes, Early English Water-Colours, Chicago, 1913, p. 118, illustrated. R.E. Abbott, 'The Rediscovery of John Scarlett Davis', The Antique Collector, 1937, p. 207. Manchester, Whitworth Institute, Watercolour Exhibition, 1912, no. 18. London, Burlington Fine Arts Club, Bonington and his Circle, 1937, no. 156.
John Scarlett Davis - The Interior Of St Eustache, Paris

John Scarlett Davis - The Interior Of St Eustache, Paris

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Lot number: 120
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John Scarlett Davis (Leominster 1804-1845 London) The interior of St Eustache, Paris, with the congregation at prayerin the nave, the high altar beyond signed with initials and dated 'JSD 1836' (on a pillar, lower left)and inscribed 'HIC JACET COLBERT' and 'S T . EAUSTACHE[sic]' (lower centre, on flagstones) and further inscribed anddated 'Int. of S t Eaustache [sic]./Paris/by. J. ScarlettDavis./1836' (on the verso of the original mount) pencil, pen and grey ink, watercolour and bodycolour, with gumarabic, watermark J WHATMAN/1835 7 5/8 x 11 7/8 in. (19.3 x 30.2 cm.) John Hinxman (+); Christie's, London, 24 March 1848, lot 86 (19gns to Holloway). C.E. Hughes. Newall Collection; Christie's, London, 13 December 1979, lot30. with Spink, London, where purchased for the presentcollection. C.E. Hughes, Early English Water-Colours, Chicago, 1913, p. 118,illustrated. R.E. Abbott, 'The Rediscovery of John Scarlett Davis', The AntiqueCollector, 1937, p. 207. Manchester, Whitworth Institute, Watercolour Exhibition, 1912,no. 18. London, Burlington Fine Arts Club, Bonington and his Circle, 1937,no. 156. The Hinxman sale in 1848 included a large collection of works byDavis, as well as works by other artists such as Cosway, Payne,Stubbs and Varley. Lots 86 and 97 were interior views of StEustache in Paris, both sold to 'Holloway'. The collection,comprising twenty-three lots of pencil sketches, nineteen ofwatercolour drawings and twenty-nine of sketches in oil, included alarge number of small architectural sketches in pencil grouped intoseparate lots, many also bought by Holloway, which may haveincluded a pencil drawing of The Painted Hall, Greenwich (see lot121 in our sale). The sale also included two related drawings, lot120 on 24 March, Greenwich pensioners reading a gazette, and lot 88on 25th March, The Painted Hall at Greenwich. A number of theHinxman pictures that were bought by Holloway also appeared in theNewall sale in 1979. Built between 1532 and 1640, the church of St Eustache has played apart in the lives of many famous Parisians: Louis XIV received hisfirst Communion there; Cardinal Richelieu and Madame de Pompadourwere baptised there; and Mozart chose the church for the funeral ofhis mother in 1778. The present watercolour shows that by 1826there were a number of paintings hanging on its walls whichincluded an early work by Rubens entitled Pilgrims of Emmaus,Tobias and the Angel by Santi di Tito, and a copy of La BelleJardinière by Raphael (Musée du Louvre, Paris). A painting of the same view, also from the Newall Collection, wassold in these Rooms, on 26 October 1979, lot 66. For a drawing by Davis of The Painted Hall, Greenwich see lot121.
John Scarlett Davis - View Of The Courtyard At Greenwich Hospital

John Scarlett Davis - View Of The Courtyard At Greenwich Hospital

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Lot number: 90
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JOHN SCARLETT DAVIS (1804-1845) - VIEW OF THE COURTYARD AT GREENWICH HOSPITAL -
Mis: 30 by 25 cm., 11¾ by 9¾ in.
signed l.l. at the base of the staircase: JSD / 1836 oil on panel

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By descent from Sir Bruce Ingram to his nephew, Michael Ingram
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