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Frederick Hall

(1860 -  1948 )
HALL Frederick One Winter's Morn

Bonhams
Mar 21, 2017
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Frederick Hall - Old Ike, The Earth Stopper

Frederick Hall - Old Ike, The Earth Stopper

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Lot number: 1635
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Frederick Hall & Leigh Suthers (late 19th century British school) - Old Ike, The Earth Stopper, In 1800 and The First Flight, , all with Robert Dunthorne label verso, with titles and inscribed original drawing, 42 x 51 cm max, three mixed media caricature sketches, all signed with monograms, all framed
Frederick Hall -  November 11 Th

Frederick Hall - November 11 Th

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Lot number: 899
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†FRED HALL (1860-1948) NOVEMBER 11 TH signed, signed again and inscribed with the title and price £9.90 on the artist's label verso, further inscribed in pencil by the artist Armistice Day copyright reserved FH, faint purple ink stamp THE TATLER No 1689, oil on plywood, 40 x 32cm An illustration for The Tatler magazine, 8 November 1933. ++Fine condition
Frederick Hall - One Winter's Morn

Frederick Hall - One Winter's Morn

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Lot number: 86
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Frederick Hall (British, 1860-1948)

'One winter's morn' signed 'Fred Hall' (lower right); inscribed with title and artist's address (on artist's label attached to the reverse of the frame) oil on board 50.8 x 63.5cm (20 x 25in).

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Exhibited Newbury, Newbury District Museum, Paintings of the countryside by Fred Hall 1860-1948' - May 1984, no. 10.
Frederick Hall - Going To Work

Frederick Hall - Going To Work

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Lot number: 62
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Frederick Hall (1860-1948) - Going to work
Oil on board
Signed lower right
33 x 41.5 cm. (13 x 16 1/4 in)
Purchased directly from the artist
Thence by descent to the present owners
Frederick Hall, known by most as simply Fred Hall, is perhaps best known as a member of the Newlyn School of painters. Having studied at Lincoln School of Art between 1879 and 1881, he moved to Cornwall in the early 1880s to paint alongside fellow ex-Lincoln student, Frank Bramley, Stanhope Forbes and others. He remained until 1898. His Newlyn works combine the practice of working outside, en plein air, with an interest in social realism, particularly the depiction of rural life. However, as time went on, his style became more overtly impressionistic and this present, later, group of works demonstrates his more mature style.
In 1911, Hall came to live in Speen, near Newbury where he remained until his death in 1948, aged 88. It was during this period that he came to know Harold Barton, senior partner at Dreweatt Watson and Barton, local agricultural auctioneers and land agents. Harold and his wife, Phyllis, became friends with Hall and helped to support him over the years. Harold would often take Fred on visits into the countryside, leaving him to paint for the day whilst he carried out his professional work. The majority of the present group of paintings were acquired directly from the artist and have remained in the family since with their son Desmond, who passed away last year. A number were exhibited at the Newbury District Museum in 1984.
In generally good original condition. There is some minor surface dirt and some scuffs to the paint surface, particularly along the edges and visible to the paint in the sky. There is also a small spot of paint loss to the sky in upper left. There is no evidence of retouching visible under ultraviolet light.
Frederick Hall - Portrait Study

Frederick Hall - Portrait Study

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Lot number: 1793
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FRED HALL (1860-1948)
PORTRAIT STUDY
Signed with monogram and dated 1883, oil on canvas
33 x 28cm.
* Painted in the year of Hall's arrival in Newlyn, where he was soon befriended by Walter Langley,Stanhope Forbes, Frank Bramley and many of the other pioneers of the \`\`\`\`plein air\`\`\`\` discipline.
++ Striplined; a little associated retouching; some craquleure; period gilt frame
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