Ralph Hedley

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HEDLEY Ralph The New Scholar

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Ralph Hedley - A Boy Plaiting Reeds

Ralph Hedley - A Boy Plaiting Reeds

Original 1890
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Lot number: 199
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Ralph Hedley, RBA (1848-1913) A BOY PLAITING REEDS signed with initials and dated '90 oil on canvas 74.5 x 49cms; 29 1/2 x 19 1/4in. NB The boy depicted is John Irwin who as a child modelled for several of Ralph Hedley's paintings, including Last in the Market and The Ballad Seller: The Black Gate from the late 1880's. See illustration
Ralph Hedley - Two Customers Leaving The Stone Cellars Pub At Evening

Ralph Hedley - Two Customers Leaving The Stone Cellars Pub At Evening

Original 1903
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Lot number: 213
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Ralph Hedley, RBA (1848-1913) TWO CUSTOMERS LEAVING THE STONE CELLARS PUB AT EVENING signed and dated 1903 oil on canvas 45 x 34.5cms; 17 3/4 x 15 1/2in. NB The Stone(s) Cellars was a well known public house formerly on the banks of the Ouseburn frequented by Ralph Hedley and used by him as a background for a larger and earlier work "Weary Waiting", first exhibited at the Bewick Club, Newcastle, in 1894. See illustration
Ralph Hedley - The New Scholar

Ralph Hedley - The New Scholar

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Lot number: 149
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Ralph Hedley (British, 1848-1913) The New Scholar signed and indistinctly dated 'R. Hedley 190?' (lower right), oil on canvas 86 x 104.5cm (33 7/8 x 41 1/8in). Estimate: £4,000 - 6,000, € 4,700 - 7,000 View Condition Report LITERATURE: The artist's executors book, listed as in his possession at the time of his death in 1913, no. 49 EXHIBITED: Newcastle, The Bewick Club 23rd Anniversary Exhibition, 1906, cat. no. 167 London, Royal Society of British Artists, Summer Exhibition 1907, cat. no. 324 Bath, Victoria Art Gallery, Royal Society of British Artists Exhibition, 1907, cat. no. 156 Newcastle, Laing Art Gallery and Museum, 'Exhibition of Works by Artists of the Northern Counties', June 1913, cat. no. 1 Newcastle, Laing Art Gallery and Museum, 'Loan Exhibition of Works by Ralph Hedley', October-December 1939, cat. no. 40 Ralph Hedley was a painter and woodcarver renowned for depicting his local Newcastle and the surrounding area. He studied under William Bell Scott at the Elswick School of Art, whose use of local subject matter would influence Hedley for the remainder of his career. Hedley's works would focus on ordinary people in recognisable scenes of everyday life, whether labourers on a dockside, families in their homes or children at play. The present work focuses on the welcoming hand of a teacher reaching for the nervous new pupil, reluctant to leave his mother's side. Depicted in Hedley's subdued palette, the face of each curious classmate is carefully and subtly rendered.
Ralph Hedley - The New Scholar

Ralph Hedley - The New Scholar

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Lot number: 222
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Ralph Hedley (British, 1848-1913) The New Scholar signed and indistinctly dated 'R. Hedley 190?' (lower right), oil on canvas 86 x 104.5cm (33 7/8 x 41 1/8in). LITERATURE: The artist's executors book, listed as in his possession at the time of his death in 1913, no. 49 EXHIBITED: Newcastle, The Bewick Club 23rd Anniversary Exhibition, 1906, cat. no. 167 London, Royal Society of British Artists, Summer Exhibition 1907, cat. no. 324 Bath, Victoria Art Gallery, Royal Society of British Artists Exhibition, 1907, cat. no. 156 Newcastle, Laing Art Gallery and Museum, 'Exhibition of Works by Artists of the Northern Counties', June 1913, cat. no. 1 Newcastle, Laing Art Gallery and Museum, 'Loan Exhibition of Works by Ralph Hedley', October-December 1939, cat. no. 40 Ralph Hedley was a painter and woodcarver renowned for depicting his local Newcastle and the surrounding area. He studied under William Bell Scott at the Elswick School of Art, whose use of local subject matter would influence Hedley for the remainder of his career. Hedley's works would focus on ordinary people in recognisable scenes of everyday life, whether labourers on a dockside, families in their homes or children at play. The present work focuses on the welcoming hand of a teacher reaching for the nervous new pupil, reluctant to leave his mother's side. Depicted in Hedley's subdued palette, the face of each curious classmate is carefully and subtly rendered.
Ralph Hedley - Chalking Up The Score

Ralph Hedley - Chalking Up The Score

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Lot number: 240
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Ralph Hedley, RBA (1848-1913) "CHALKING UP THE SCORE" signed; with inscription on an exhibition label verso oil on canvas 78 x 108cms; 30 3/4 x 42 1/2in. EXHIBITED: Northern Counties Exhibition, Laing Art Gallery, 1908 (Exhibit No.325); Loan Exhibition, South Shields Public Library, 1911 (Exhibit No.96); Loan Exhibition At Work By Ralph Hedley, R.B.A., Laing Art Gallery,October-December 1938 (Exhibit No. 13); Exhibition Of Paintings By Ralph Hedley, R.B.A., Shipley ArtGallery, Gateshead, December 1938-January 1939; Exhibition of Paintings By Ralph Hedley, R.B.A., Darlington PublicArt Gallery, August 1939 (Exhibit No. 34) Exhibition of Paintings By Ralph Hedley, R.B.A. Middlesbrough ArtGallery, January-February 1940 (Exhibit No. 34); Listed in Ralph Hedley's Executors' Book of paintings in hispossession at the time of his death in 1913, Inventory No.21. See illustration
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