Charles Landseer

United Kingdom (17991879 ) - Artworks
LANDSEER Charles  A Full Size Écorché Study Of A Hound

Christie's /Jul 10, 2012
3,131.26 - 4,383.77
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Charles Landseer - The Surrender Of Arundel Castle To Sir William Waller

Charles Landseer - The Surrender Of Arundel Castle To Sir William Waller

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Lot number: 84
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Charles Landseer, R.A.(1799-1879) The surrender of Arundel Castle to Sir William Waller, January 6th, 1643 signed and dated 'C. Landseer.R.A. 1870.' (lower left) oil on canvas 46 x 72 in. ( 116.8 x 182.9 cm.) Charles Landseer (+); Christie's, London, 14 April 1880, lot 535 (15 gns to Nathan). M.A. Tierney, History of Arundel, 1834, vol. I., "Letter from Sir W. Waller to the Lieut.-General, the Earl of Essex, Jan. 6, 1643/4." London, Royal Academy, 1870, no. 224.
Charles Landseer - Study Of A Seated Girl

Charles Landseer - Study Of A Seated Girl

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Lot number: 100
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Charles Landseer, R.A.(London 1799-1879) Study of a seated girl with faggots pencil and coloured chalk, on buff paper 20?x 15 in. (51.2 x 38.1 cm.) Charles Landseer was the second son of the engraver, John Landseer, A.R.A. (1769-1852) and elder brother of the renowned animal painter, Sir Edwin Henry Landseer, R.A. (1802-1873).
Charles Landseer - Basing House Hants

Charles Landseer - Basing House Hants

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Lot number: 90
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Lot 90 After C. Landseer PILLAGE & DESTRUCTION OF BASING HOUSE HANTS, OCT. 14, 1645 Engraving. Image 22 x 28 1/4 inches C Estimate $75-100 Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Doyle New York shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging.
Charles Landseer -  A Full Size Écorché Study Of A Hound

Charles Landseer - A Full Size Écorché Study Of A Hound

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Lot number: 154
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Charles Landseer, R.A. (1799-1878) A full size écorché study of a hound with inscription and date 'E Landseer 1821' (on the reverse) black, red and white chalk on paper 21 3/8 x 28¾ in. (54.4 x 73 cm.) with Yvonne ffrench, London 1963. with Sabin Galleries, London, 1981. CHARLES LANDSEER (1799-1879) (Lots 154-157) In 1815 when John Landseer bought his sons to be trained under B.R. Haydon instead of the Royal Academy Schools, a new phase in art education in England began (F. Cummings, 'B.R. Haydon and his School', Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, XXVI, no. 3/4, 1963, p. 367). What was new about Haydon's method of teaching anatomical drawing was that he not only made his pupils copy prints and drawings, including his own, but he sent them to draw cadavers and make their own dissections. The studies fall into three categories, copies from printed sources, copies of anatomical drawings by Haydon and drawings made direct from dissections. Haydon purchased a copy of Albinus in Plymouth in 1803 and subsequently a copy of John Bell's Engravings explaining the Bones, Muscles and Joints, 1794. He also drew from specimens preserved in the collection of the Naval Hospital in Plymouth and collected these drawings in an album, which he lent to his students to copy. The three stages of learning are represented in the present group of drawings. Several carefully delineated drawings in pale red and black are copied from Albinus; bolder red and black ink drawings with wash are copied from Haydon's Plymouth Naval Hospital studies, the third large scale observations of dissections were made at Charles Bell's anatomy theatre at 10-11 Leicester Street, Soho, London. Some of the drawings are very closely related to signed examples by Charles Landseer in the Wellcome Library and the British Museum. The circumstances under which these anatomical drawings were executed inevitably mean that in certain cases there is a query over the exact attribution. Despite the inscription scholastic opinion on the present drawing is divided. Andrew Wyld believed it to by Charles Landseer, others think it could be by the young Edwin Henry Landseer. For other écorché drawings of hounds by Edwin Landseer see S. Owens, 'Ecorché drawings by Edwin Landseer', The Burlington Magazine, May 2012, pp. 337-344.
Charles Landseer - Portrait Of A Gentleman

Charles Landseer - Portrait Of A Gentleman

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Lot number: 225
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Charles Landseer R.A. (1799-1879) Portrait of a gentleman Signed and dated 1854 Coloured chalks, in a leather embossed folder 32 x 27cm; 12½ x 10½in Some marking and staining to the paper, otherwise fair Estimate: £100-150 Lot: 225 Sale: Paintings (PW150611-2)
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