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Charles Deane

(1815 -  1855 )
DEANE Charles A Day In The Woodland

Christie's
Jul 2, 2013
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Charles Deane -  View On The Thames Near The Patent Shot Tower

Charles Deane - View On The Thames Near The Patent Shot Tower

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Lot number: 204
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Charles Deane (British, fl.1815-1851) View on the Thames near the Patent Shot Tower oil on canvas 85 x 122cm (33 x 48in) Provenance: From the collection of The Duke of Sutherland, Trentham Hall, Staffordshire; Gooden and Fox, London, by February 1908; Private collection Exhibited: London, British Institution, 1823, No. 216 Other Notes: Although Charles Deane painted many scenes during his extensive tours around the British Isles and the Continent, his views of the River Thames are his most celebrated pieces and remain an important record of the great river before its banks were built up and the waterside buildings were redeveloped. Other examples of his Thames landscapes can be found in such collections as the National Maritime Museum, ('Fletcher\’s Yard, Limehouse', c.1840), and at the Museum of London, ('Waterloo Bridge and the Lambeth Waterfront from the Waterloo Stairs', 1821). Charles Deane was born in about 1790 in central London, where between 1815 and 1851 he gained significant acclaim when 174 of his works hung at the major annual exhibitions - principally at the Royal Academy, the British Institution and, to a lesser extent, the Royal Society of British Artists. Amongst other Thames scenes is, 'View on the Thames towards Richmond', which was shown at the British Institution in 1820. Three years later and at the same venue, he exhibited, 'Cheyne Walk, Chelsea', as well as a pair of oils entitled, 'View on the Thames', and 'View of Chelsea', which were all purchased by important buyers and for large sums. The former was bought by the Earl of Hardwicke for 40 guineas and the latter two by the Marquis of Stafford for 66 guineas. Oil on canvas which has been lined. The canvas and paint layers are in a good, stable condition overall. There is an old damage just above the bridge at the centre of the painting, the retouching in this area is mismatched and very cool compared to the surrounding areas. The painting has a varnish layer which is even and glossy but yellowed. There is surface dirt and fly spots on the varnish. There is wear and abrasion to the gilded surface of the frame notably along the lower edge.
Charles Deane - A Day In The Woodland

Charles Deane - A Day In The Woodland

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Lot number: 756
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Charles Deane (fl. 1815-1851)
A day in the woodland
signed 'C Deane' (lower right)
oil on panel
11½ x 17 in. (29.2 x 43.2 cm.)

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Charles Deane - A View Of New London Bridge

Charles Deane - A View Of New London Bridge

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Lot number: 87
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CHARLES DEANE (c.1815-1855) - A VIEW OF NEW LONDON BRIDGE -
Mis: 87.5 by 135.5cm., 34½ by 53¼ in.
oil on board

PROVENANCE
With Colnaghi; Newman Galleries, 1958

CATALOGUE NOTE
New London Bridge was designed by Sir John Rennie, and the foundation stone was laid in 1825. It was a structure of five arches nearly fifty feet wide and one thousand feet long. The old bridge was left standing throughout the building process and was only demolished after the opening of new London Bridge by William IV and Queen Adelaide in August 1831. The new structure was not strong enough to support the ever increasing volume of traffic and in 1968 it was sold to an American entrepeneur to be transported to a park in Arizona.
Charles Deane - A View Of Trafalgar Square

Charles Deane - A View Of Trafalgar Square

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Lot number: 86
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CHARLES DEANE (c.1815-1855) - A VIEW OF TRAFALGAR SQUARE -
Mis: 87.5 by 138.5cm., 34½ by 54¼ in.
oil on board

PROVENANCE
With M. Bernard, 21 Ryder Street, 1962

CATALOGUE NOTE
Trafalgar Square was originally the courtyard of the Great Mews stabling which served Whitehall Palace. By 1832 work had begun on the National Gallery which was designed by William Wilkins with additions of the terrace, staircase and fountains by E.M. Barry. Deane would have seen the completion of all this work, including the raising of Nelson's Column which was erected in 1843.
Charles Deane -  A Day In The Woodland

Charles Deane - A Day In The Woodland

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Lot number: 195
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Charles Deane (British, fl.1815-1851) A day in the woodland signed lower left "C Deane" oil on panel 28 x 42cm (11 x 16in) Provenance: Christie's South Kensington, 2 July, 2013, lot 756 Red wax collector's seal to the reverse. Condition appears fine.
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