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Joseph Farquharson

(1846 -  1935 ) Wikipedia® : Joseph Farquharson
FARQUHARSON Joseph Sunset - Returning Home

Brightwells /Jun 24, 2015
6,325.11 - 8,855.15
Not disclosed

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Joseph Farquharson - Lost In The Woods

Joseph Farquharson - Lost In The Woods

Original 1880
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Lot number: 14
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The painting is lined. There is a small dent in the center of the painting resulting in a small amount of paint loss. Under the UV light, there is a very heavy discolored varnish that makes the painting difficult to read. Joseph Farquharson, Lost in the Woods, 1880 Oil on canvas Continental Europe, 1880 Joseph Farquharson, R.A. R.S.A (Scottish, 1846-1935) Signed and dated 'J. Farquharson 1880' lower right Dimensions: 61 x 48.1/4 in.; 154.9 x 122.5 cm
Joseph Farquharson - The Borders Of The Artist's Garden At Finzean

Joseph Farquharson - The Borders Of The Artist's Garden At Finzean

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Lot number: 448
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Joseph Farquharson, RA (Scottish, 1846-1935) The borders of the artist's garden at Finzean, Aberdeenshire, with Canterbury Bells and Geraniums signed lower right "J Farquharson" oil on canvas h:59 w:39 cm Provenance: From a Suffolk country house Other Notes: Joseph Farquharson, DL (4 May 1846 – 15 April 1935) was a Scottish painter, most famous for his snowy winter landscapes, often featuring sheep at dawn or dusk. Farquharson was born in Edinburgh and died at Finzean, Aberdeenshire. Farquharson was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy in 1900, a Royal Academician in 1915 and a Senior Royal Academician in 1922. In addition to exhibiting over 200 works at the Royal Academy, he showed 73 at the Royal Society of Arts and 181 at the Fine Art Society. He also exhibited at the Royal College of Art and the Tate Gallery. The renowned artist-critic, Sickert, made Farquharson the subject of an essay comparing him favourably with Courbet. The remarkable realism of Farquharson's work can be attributed to his desire to work en plein air. This had to be carried out in a unique way which was adapted to the harsh Scottish climate. Farquharson constructed a painting hut on wheels, complete with a stove and large glass window for observing the landscape. When painting the sheep which frequently appear in his snowscapes, he used a flock of "imitation" sheep which could be placed as required in the landscape of his choice. Farquharson painted so many scenes of cattle and sheep in snow that he was nicknamed 'Frozen Mutton Farquharson'. Another painting of his garden at Finzean, "A corner of my garden", signed 'J. Farquharson' (lower right), oil on canvas, 24 1/4 x 20 in. (61.6 x 50.8 cm.) sold for 50,000 USD at Christie's New York, on Wednesday, January 26, 2011 [Lot 226).
Joseph Farquharson - Salmon Fishing On The Dee

Joseph Farquharson - Salmon Fishing On The Dee

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Lot number: 66
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Joseph Farquhson (1846-1935) Salmon fishing on The Dee Stipple-engraving Signed in pencil by the artist and the engraver, 1902 Published by Frost & Reed, 1903, with Printsellers Asscociation Blindstamp lower left 61 x 86 cm. (24 x 34 in) Provenance: Thomas Agnew & Sons, Manchester (label on reverse) Interiors, Day 1: Paintings, Prints, Ceramics & Clocks Tuesday 12 January 2016, 10.00am Donnington Priory Oxford Road Donnington Newbury Berkshire RG14 2JE Viewing Saturday 9th January 9.00am-12.30pm Sunday 10th January 10.00am-2.00pm Monday 11th January 9.00am-6.00pm Day of sale from 8.30am
Joseph Farquharson - Sunset - Returning Home

Joseph Farquharson - Sunset - Returning Home

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Lot number: 652
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JOSEPH FARQUHARSON R.A. (1846-1935) Sunset - Returning Home signed ‘J. Farquharson’’’’ (lower right) oil on canvas 36 x 28in (91.5 x 71.2cm) For two other rural subjects at evening by the artist cf. ‘The Sun fast sinks in the West’’’’ and ‘Now came Still Evening on’’’’ (Towneley Hall Art Gallery, Burnley)
Joseph Farquharson - The Charmed Sunset Lingering Long

Joseph Farquharson - The Charmed Sunset Lingering Long

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Lot number: 357
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JOSEPH FARQUHARSON (1846-1935), SCOTTISH THE CHARMED SUNSET LINGERING LONG Oil on canvas; signed lower left, signed and titled to an unidentified label “no. 6419” verso 40" x 60" — 101.6 x 152.4 cm. Exhibited: An unidentified label with title and number 6419 to the stretcher Literature: Remains of an undated newspaper clipping to the stretcher headed “Wills and Bequests/ Gifts to Charity” may relate to this painting in its entirety. The article cites: “Mr. Joseph Farquharson of Aberdeen, formerly of Porchester Gardens ...scape painter, left personal property” on his death on April 15, 1935 to Great Britain totaling 129,931 Pounds Sterling. “He left: to Aberdeen Art Gallery... a portrait (text torn away and disjointed)...” Note: Born in Edinburgh, Farquharson studied at the Royal Scottish Academy followed by a period in Paris in 1880 under Carolus-Duran (also represented in this sale, Lot 371). The fluid painterliness and natural effects of Farquharson's landscape paintings, which often feature shepherds and sheep set against an evening sky, were developed and matured during the four winters (1880-1884) he spent studying in Carolus-Duran's studio in Paris. Here, he was a contemporary of John Singer Sargent, who in turn became a firm friend and admirer of the Scottish artist.
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