George Morland

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MORLAND George Travelers Encamped In The Woods

Weschler's /Feb 28, 2014
1,092.82 - 1,821.36
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George Morland - Two Donkeys In Winter

George Morland - Two Donkeys In Winter

Original 1792
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Lot number: 538
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GEORGE MORLAND (1762-1804) TWO DONKEYS IN WINTER signed and dated 1792, 29.5 x 37cm Provenance: Greville Douglas Collection, sold Sotheby````s 1940; F R Meatyard, London from whom purchased by George P Henzell Esq on 15 July 1940 for £16.0.0.; thence by descent to the present vendors ++An attractive undoubtedly genuine and appealing small picture of donkeys in the snow, in good condition beneath a now dirty/yellowed varnish, lined and placed onto the present stretchers presumably in 1940 and with F R Meatyard````s embossed red paper label in what may be the original or at least an earlier giltwood and composition frame
George Morland - Barnyard Scene

George Morland - Barnyard Scene

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Lot number: 155
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George Morland (British, 1763-1804) Barnyard Scene oil on canvas signed G. Morland (lower left) 19 1/2 x 23 1/2 inches. Property from the Abbie R. Lukens Trust, Burr Ridge, Illinois Lined. Crazing in all corners; yellowing to varnish; slight contraction to paint in center and lower center; Under UV, no evidence of restoration or retouch.
George Morland - Shepherd's Meal

George Morland - Shepherd's Meal

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Lot number: 589
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George Morland (1763-1804) Description: (British, 1763-1804)Two hand-colored mezzotints: "Shepherd's Meal" and "Cottage Family", hand-colored mezzotint on paper, 20-1/4 x 15-3/4 in. (sight); fine matching gilt wood and composition frames, loose, toning, foxing; some minor losses, not removed from frames; frame with some losses to composition. Notes: A pair like this were described as being sold by Christie's in 1903, a part of an extensive 18th century collection compiled by a "J. Holland".. Provenance: Leggatt Brothers, London (labels verso); Private Collection Condition Report: loose, toning, foxing; some minor losses, not removed from frames; frame with some losses to composition
George Morland - Travelers Encamped In The Woods

George Morland - Travelers Encamped In The Woods

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Lot number: 375
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Property of Various Owners George Morland (British 1763-1804) Travelers Encamped in the Woods Signed G. Morland l.r. Oil on panel 19-1/4 x 23 in (48.9 x 58.4 cm) Under black light: with restoration throughout and with heavy milky-green varnish; horizontal crack to panel from left edge into center, approximately 8-in in length.
George Morland - The Labourer's Rest

George Morland - The Labourer's Rest

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Lot number: 521
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Provenance Sir A. Mortimer Singer; F. Ambrose Clark. Exhibited New York, Century Association, 1941. 521 George Morland LONDON 1763-1804 THE LABOURER'S REST signed on the cart at left: G. Morland pinxit and signed center right: G. Morland oil on canvas 28 by 36 1/4 in.; 71.1 by 92.1 cm. Estimate 25,000 - 35,000 USD Print Oil on canvas, lined. Surface is flattened. Pigment separation and craquelure across the picture surface. Frame abrasion along the left edge. Under UV light, there are small scattered dots of inpainting across the surface as well as two areas in the left and right lower corners. There are remnants of old varnish in the lower left quadrant.
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