Lucy Elizabeth Kemp-Welch

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KEMP-WELCH Lucy Elizabeth The Cavalier

Woolley & Wallis /Mar 23, 2011
461.95 - 692.92
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Kemp-Welch Lucy Elisabeth

 

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Lucy Elizabeth Kemp-Welch - Portrait Of A Girl

Lucy Elizabeth Kemp-Welch - Portrait Of A Girl

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Lot number: 1873
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LUCY KEMP WELCH (1869-1958) PORTRAIT OF A GIRL IN A RIDING COAT AND HAT, TRADITIONALLY BELIEVED TO BE THE ARTIST````S GRANDDAUGHTER Signed, watercolour and pencil sketch 23 x 17cm. ++ A little faded; needs a clean Condition reports are available via the ‘View Complete Catalogue’’ link at www.lawrences.co.uk
Lucy Elizabeth Kemp-Welch - The Morning Ride (ina, Youngest Daughter Of Hon. Stanhope Tollemache, On Her Pony)

Lucy Elizabeth Kemp-Welch - The Morning Ride (ina, Youngest Daughter Of Hon. Stanhope Tollemache, On Her Pony)

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LUCY ELIZABETH KEMP-WELCH (British, 1869-1958)The Morning Ride (Ina, youngest daughter of Hon. Stanhope Tollemache, on her pony)Watercolor on paper23-3/4 x 27-1/2 inches (60.3 x 69.9 cm) (sight)Signed lower left: L. Kemp-Welch PROVENANCE:Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, London (label verso);Boardman Fine Art Auctioneers, Suffolk, England, October 20, 1999, lot 148;Nedra Matteucci... More LUCY ELIZABETH KEMP-WELCH (British, 1869-1958) The Morning Ride (Ina, youngest daughter of Hon. Stanhope Tollemache, on her pony) Watercolor on paper 23-3/4 x 27-1/2 inches (60.3 x 69.9 cm) (sight) Signed lower left: L. Kemp-Welch PROVENANCE: Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, London (label verso); Boardman Fine Art Auctioneers, Suffolk, England, October 20, 1999, lot 148; Nedra Matteucci Galleries, Santa Fe, New Mexico (label verso); Private collection. Buyers Premium: 19.5 Fine Art - Work on Paper
Lucy Elizabeth Kemp-Welch - The Approaching Storm

Lucy Elizabeth Kemp-Welch - The Approaching Storm

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Lucy Elizabeth Kemp-Welch (British, 1869-1958) The Approaching Storm signed 'L. Kemp-Welch' (lower left) oil on canvas 88.9 x 154.4 cm. (35 x 60 3/4 in.) PROVENANCE: With The Plaitford House Gallery, Romsey, Hampshire, where acquired by the present owners, 18 June 1976 For her depictions of horses at work, in pursuit or at rest Lucy Kemp-Welch is considered amongst the greatest British painters of equine life in the period straddling the turn of the last century. She dedicated herself to her art, studying her subject through exhaustive field sketches and oil studies in every manor of location in order to hone her ability. Born in Bournemouth, she studied under Hubert von Herkomer and in later years took the reins of the art school he established in Bushey. Exhibiting regularly at the Royal Academy from 1895 to 1949, Kemp-Welch was a vivacious woman commanding great respect amongst her peers and in a male dominated genre of sports painting often outshone her gentleman counterparts.
Lucy Elizabeth Kemp-Welch - The Cavalier

Lucy Elizabeth Kemp-Welch - The Cavalier

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Lucy Elizabeth Kemp-Welch(1869-1958) The Cavalier Stamped and dated 20 Jan99 Watercolour and bodycolour overpencil 27 x 21cm; 10½ x8¼in Provenance: David Messum, Ref146 Astain upper right with retouching, otherwise goodcondition Estimate: £400-600 Lot: 151 Sale: Oil Paintings, Watercolours & Prints (PW230311)
Lucy Elizabeth Kemp-Welch - 'black Beauty':

Lucy Elizabeth Kemp-Welch - 'black Beauty':

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Lucy Kemp Welch (British, 1869-1958) 'Black Beauty': a design for the titlepage monogrammed, pencil, pen and ink, 28 x 20.5cm (11 x 8 1/16in). Exhibited: David Messum Fine Art, Winter Exhibition 1996,no.82. Anna Sewell was born in Church Plain, Great Yarmouth in 1820. BlackBeauty, her only published work, was written between 1871 and 1877,at Spixworth Road, Old Catton near Norwich. She sold the novel tolocal publisher Jarrolds for £40, and its sales soon brokepublishing records. Although it is now considered a children'sclassic, the story is narrated in the first person as anautobiographical memoir told by a horse named Black Beauty. Heroriginal intended readers were those who worked with horses, andforthrightly taught animal welfare and compassion, as well as howto treat people with kindness, sympathy and respect. Sewell died ofhepatitis in April 1878, five months after the book was published,but lived long enough to see its initial success. She was buried inthe Quaker burial ground at Lammas near Buxton in Norfolk, where awall plaque continues to mark her resting place. Lucy Kemp-Welch is best known for her illustrations for the 1915edition of Black Beauty, although this particular version of thetitle page was not used in the finished copy.
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