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Charles Landseer

United Kingdom (1799 -  1879 )
LANDSEER Charles Study Of A Seated Girl

Christie's /Dec 5, 2013
1,443.52 - 2,165.28
Not Sold

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Charles Landseer - Portrait Of The Children Of The Rev. Edward Coleridge

Charles Landseer - Portrait Of The Children Of The Rev. Edward Coleridge

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Charles Landseer, R.A. (1799-1879) and Sir Edwin Henry Landseer, P.R.A. (1802-1873) Portrait of the children of the Rev. Edward Coleridge (1800-1883) of Eton College oil on canvas 40 x 50 in. (101.6 x 127 cm.) This charming family portrait is a rare collaboration between Charles Landseer and his younger brother Sir Edwin Henry Landseer, the most celebrated animal painter of the Victorian period. One of the few group portraits exhibited by Charles Landseer at the Royal Academy between 1828-1879, the exhibition description for the present work places particular emphasis on the fact that the magnificent dog in the centre of the picture was painted by \\\‘E. Landseer, R.A.\\\’ Although both brothers were trained in their formative years by their father, the engraver John Landseer, and later Benjamin Robert Haydon, their chosen subject matter soon diverged with Charles specialising in historical subject matter and genre scenes, whilst Edwin became the painter of such seminal animal images as Monarch of the Glen, c. 1851 (National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh). Edwin Landseer\\\’s empathy with animals, and his skill at capturing every nuance of their interaction with humans is clearly demonstrated in the beautiful, gentle St Bernard that dominates this composition. Practically larger than the three children who surround it, the dog nevertheless seems happy to submit to the caresses and attention of his three small owners, whilst loyally watching over them. A celebration of the freedom of children, the picture nevertheless presages the responsibilities of the adult life that is to come: the eldest child, already in miniature adult costume, gently and firmly holds his youngest sibling in place, whilst the middle child carefully holds the lead of the dog and watches over the proceedings. These three young sitters are the eldest of the five children of the Rev. Edward Coleridge (1800-1873), then Assistant Master at Eton, and Mary Keate (d. 1859), one of the six daughters of Eton\\\’s diminutive but formidable Headmaster John Keate (1778-1852). Edward Coleridge came from a long line of clergymen and teachers originating from Ottery St Mary, Devon, and his uncle was the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834), the family\\\’s sole rebel. The picture hung in the family\\\’s seat, The Chanter\\\’s House at Ottery St Mary, for over a hundred years until its sale alongside many other celebrated objects from the Coleridge Collection in 2006.
Charles Landseer - Opening Of The Letter

Charles Landseer - Opening Of The Letter

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Lot number: 362
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Charles Landseer (1799 - 1879)

Opening of the letter

Oil on panel

Signed and dated

1858

lower left

51.5 x 41 cm. (20 1/4 x 16 in.)

Rubbing with pigment loss to the upper quarter. Some areas of paint thinning with retouching visable. May benefit from a light clean.

Interiors:Pictures,Asian & European Ceramics & Glass,Furniture & WOA

Wednesday 25 February 2015, 10.00am

Donnington Priory

Oxford Road

Donnington

Newbury

Berkshire

RG14 2JE

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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.
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