Patrick, Peter Nasmyth

(17871831 ) - Artworks
NASMYTH Patrick, Peter View Of Cowes On The Isle Of Wight

Woolley & Wallis /Jun 15, 2011
4,547.01 - 6,820.51
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Patrick, Peter Nasmyth - A Cottage By A Pond With Figures By A Gate

Patrick, Peter Nasmyth - A Cottage By A Pond With Figures By A Gate

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Lot number: 275
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Lot Description Patrick Nasmyth (1787-1831) A cottage by a pond with figures by a gate with signature 'Pat Nasmyth' (lower right) oil on panel 11¾ x 16 in. (29.9 x 40.7 cm.) Lot Condition Report I confirm that I have read this Important Notice and agree to its terms. View Condition Report Provenance Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 17 February 1984, lot 22.
Patrick, Peter Nasmyth - A View Of Cowes, Isle Of Wight

Patrick, Peter Nasmyth - A View Of Cowes, Isle Of Wight

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Lot number: 188
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Lot Description Patrick Nasmyth (Edinburgh 1787-1831 London) A View of Cowes, Isle of Wight signed and dated 'Pat. k Nasmyth 1830.' (lower right) oil on canvas 28 x 40 in. (71.1 x 101.5 cm.) Exhibited Society of British Artists, Suffolk Street, 1830 (according to a label on the reverse).
Patrick, Peter Nasmyth - Near Dumfries

Patrick, Peter Nasmyth - Near Dumfries

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Lot number: 1417
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Patrick Nasmyth (1787-1831) oil on wooden panel, Near Dumfries, 11.5 x 15.5in. Oil on wooden panel with a fairly shiny varnish but otherwise in good order. Probably some overpainting to the clouds but nothing showing under UV. A little old broad but stable craquelure in the lower left corner, appears to be unsigned, in a later gilt scroll frame which has the title and artist attribution, further labels verso for the maker of the board, an old typed label with details of the artist and a label for William Rivett Fine Art Dealers of London.
Patrick, Peter Nasmyth - View Of Cowes On The Isle Of Wight

Patrick, Peter Nasmyth - View Of Cowes On The Isle Of Wight

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Lot number: 301
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Patrick Nasmyth (1787-1831) View of Cowes on the Isle of Wight Signed and dated 1821 Oil on canvas 71 x 102cm; 28 x 40in Old lining, some retouching, mainly along the top margins, otherwise good Estimate: £4,000-6,000 Lot: 301 Sale: Paintings (PW150611-2)
Patrick, Peter Nasmyth - View Of Greenwich, From Charlton Wood, Near Woolwich

Patrick, Peter Nasmyth - View Of Greenwich, From Charlton Wood, Near Woolwich

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Lot number: 253
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LOT 253 PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION PATRICK NASMYTH EDINBURGH 1787 - 1831 LONDON VIEW OF GREENWICH, FROM CHARLTON WOOD, NEAR WOOLWICH oil on canvas 20,000—30,000 GBP 117 by 150 cm.; 46 by 59 in. PROVENANCE Sir Humphrey de Trafford, 3rd Bt (1862-1929).;his sale, London, Christie's, 13 December 1929, lot 135 (bt. byLeggatt for £399) EXHIBITED London, British Institution, 1822, no. 62;Southport, Patrick Nasmyth Centenary Exhibition, 1892 LITERATURE AND REFERENCES P. Johnson and E. Money, The Nasmyth Family of Painters, London1977, p. 53 CATALOGUE NOTE The view is taken from the wood by the village of Charlton,which sits upon high ground overlooking the Thames valley. Theground falls away steeply to the north, towards the river, and tothe north-west, towards Greenwich. In the early nineteenth centurythe wood was situated just north of the village, on the east sideof what today is Charlton Church Lane, just at the point where theground begins to descend. The road, which is clearly visible in thepainting, is the Woolwich road, with abundant open marshlandbetween it and the river. Beyond, in the far distance, can be seenthe church spires of St. Alfege, at Greenwich, and St. Paul's, atDeptford. What appears to be a preparatory drawing for the presentpainting, showing the same distant view of Greenwich and theWoolwich road, though without the foreground detail and the treeswhich enclose the vista, is in the collection of the NationalHeritage Centre at Greenwich. The drawing is inscribed GreenwichHospital from the Woolwich Road, and signed and dated by theartist: Patk. Nasmyth 1817.
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