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Lucien Davis

United Kingdom (1860 -  1941 )
DAVIS Lucien  The Messenger Of Peace

Christie's
Jun 29, 2011
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Lucien Davis - The End Of The Second Innings;

Lucien Davis - The End Of The Second Innings;

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Lot number: 308
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Lucien Davis RI, British 1860-1941- The End of the Second Innings; Lost Ball; Watching the Rivals Balling at the Nets; A Match at Lords; Caught and Bowled; gouaches en grisaille, six, and one pen and black ink on wove paper, most signed, most titled in pencil, image 21.8x33cm (max) (7 in four shared mounts and frames) Provenance: property of L. D., May 28th 1896; with the Print Gallery Sarsden, Oxfordshire, according to the label attached to the reverse of one of the frames; with Grundy & Smith, Manchester, according to the labels attached to the reverse of the frames all framed, in similar oak moulding frames, glazed and mounted, late 20th century. Please refer to department for condition report Provenance: property of L. D., May 28th 1896; with the Print Gallery Sarsden, Oxfordshire, according to the label attached to the reverse of one of the frames; with Grundy & Smith, Ancient & Modern Printsellers, Repository for Pictures and Water Colour Drawings, and Picture Frame Manufactory, 4, Exchange Street, Manchester, according to the labels attached to the reverse of the frames
Lucien Davis -  The Messenger Of Peace

Lucien Davis - The Messenger Of Peace

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Lot number: 554
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Louis B. Davis, A.R.W.S. (1860-1941) The Messenger of Peace: Design for a stained glass window for StJames's Church, Barton Hartshorn, Buckinghamshire signed 'Louis Davis' (lower right) and inscribed 'The Messenger ofPeace' (lower left) pencil, pen and brown ink, watercolour and bodycolour 10 7/8 x 6¼ in. (27.8 x 15.8 cm.)
Louis Davis, book illustrator, painter of religious subjects andstained glass designer, was greatly influenced by the work ofWilliam Morris and Edward Burne-Jones. He exhibited extensively atthe R.W.S. and became a member of the A.R.W.S. in 1898.
Lucien Davis - The English Lady Cricketers: Miss Stanley Batting

Lucien Davis - The English Lady Cricketers: Miss Stanley Batting

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Lot number: 62
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LUCIEN DAVIS The English Lady Cricketers: Miss Stanley Batting published in The Illustrated London News, May 24, 1890 hand-coloured wood-engraving, 15¾ x 21½in. (40 x 54cm.); with another print from the Illustrated London News, 'Lady Cricketers: A Good Catch' by Lucien Davies, published September 14, 1889, also hand-coloured, 13½ x 19¼in. (34.2 x 49cm.); and a hand-coloured illustration, 'Cricket Match at Lord's: Middlesex v. Notts - Shrewsbury caught out by Phillips', 10 x 13in. (25.5 x 33cm.), all framed and glazed. (3)
Lucien Davis - The Critics

Lucien Davis - The Critics

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Lot number: 309
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Lucien Davis RI, British 1860-1941- The Critics; Stumped; Saves the Four; Hit to Square Leg; two gouaches en grisaille and two drawings in pen and black ink and wash, a further work to verso, one signed, four titled in pencil, one of irregular shape, image 15.8x25cm (max), (framed) (4) Provenance: with Grundy & Smith, Manchester, according to the labels attached to the reverse of the frames all framed, in matching oak moulding frames, glazed and mounted, late 20th century. Please refer to department for condition report
Lucien Davis - Drawing Away From Wicket

Lucien Davis - Drawing Away From Wicket

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Lot number: 310
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Lucien Davis RI, British 1860-1941- Drawing away from Wicket; Guard Please Umpire; Country Cricket Mitcham; Eton V Harrow; The Demon Bowles (Spofforth); Hal on Wicket How's Hal? 1837; Going In; Cricket on Ice; Caught and Bowled; seven gouaches en grisaille and two pen and inks, nine, most signed, each titled in pencil, some of irregular shape, image 19.7x31.2cm (max) (9 in five mounts and frames) Provenance: L. Davies, February 22 1897; sold to W Eckersley, Esq.; from the collection of Mr and Mrs Eckersley; Print Gallery, Sarsden, Oxfordshire; with Grundy & Smith, Manchester, all according to the labels attached to the reverse of the frames all framed, in matching oak moulding frames, glazed and mounted, late 20th century. Please refer to department for condition report
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