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Patrick, Peter Nasmyth

(17871831 ) - Artworks
NASMYTH Patrick, Peter Angling In The English Countryside

McTear's /Nov 6, 2014
1,518.03 - 2,277.04
2,150.50

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Patrick, Peter Nasmyth - Figures On A Country Path

Patrick, Peter Nasmyth - Figures On A Country Path

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Lot number: 75
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Patrick Nasmyth (1787-1831) Figures on a country path with a village church in the distance Oil on panel Signed and dated 1828 lower centre 45 x 61 cm. (17 7/8 x 24 in.) Fine Pictures Wednesday 08 July 2015, 10.00am Donnington Priory Oxford Road Donnington Newbury Berkshire RG14 2JE Viewing London:15 Langton St Chelsea SW10 0JL 16th June-28th June 11am-4pm Late night viewing on 17th June 6pm-9pm Newbury:Donnington Donnington Priory RG14 2JE 4th July 9am–12.30pm 5th July 10am–2pm 6th July 9am–6pm 7th July 9am–4.30pm Sale day from 8.30am
Patrick, Peter Nasmyth - Extensive Landscape With Figures And Dog On A Path At The Edge Of A Wood

Patrick, Peter Nasmyth - Extensive Landscape With Figures And Dog On A Path At The Edge Of A Wood

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Lot number: 134
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Description: Patrick Nasmyth (Scottish, 1787-1831) EXTENSIVE LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES AND DOG ON A PATH AT THE EDGE OF A WOOD oil on canvas h:25 w:30 in. Provenance: Mealy's & Christies, Mount Cosgreve House Sale, Co. Waterford, 10-11 July 2012, lot 1061; Private collection Patrick Nasmyth was a Scottish landscape painter and the eldest son of artist Alexander Nasmyth (1758-1840). He lost the use of his right hand following an accident while preparing for a sketching trip with his father and later invented a travelling booth, which would protect him from the elements and allow him to paint en plein air in any weather. He travelled to London and exhibited in the British Institution. Nasmyth was called the "English Hobbema" in reference to the famous Dutch Golden Age landscape artist Meindert Hobbema.
Patrick, Peter Nasmyth - Figures On A Road Through A Cutting

Patrick, Peter Nasmyth - Figures On A Road Through A Cutting

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Lot number: 549
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PATRICK NASMYTH (1787-1831) FIGURES ON A ROAD THROUGH A CUTTING signed and dated 1810, mahogany panel, 22 x 29.5cm Provenance: F R Meatyard, London from whom bought by George P Henzell Esq on 14 March 1940 for £16.0.0.; thence by descent to the present vendors ++Untouched since purchased in 1940 with some old minor restoration but not extensive overpainting and apparently well preserved beneath the now very yellow varnish. The panel stable, not warped, split or repaired and on the reverse the red paper label of the London dealer F R Meatyard
Patrick, Peter Nasmyth - Angling In The English Countryside

Patrick, Peter Nasmyth - Angling In The English Countryside

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Lot number: 1798
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PATRICK NASMYTH (SCOTTISH 1787 - 1831), ANGLING IN THE ENGLISH COUNTRYSIDE oil on panel, signed 19cm x 24cm Framed Label verso reads: ''This English country scene used to hang in my grandfather's house, ''Clairmont'', Farsley, near Leeds, in the room where my mother, Alice Wilhelmine Hainsworth was born on the 5th of April 1883. It is signed ''P. Nasmyth'', probably the Scottish Landscape painter Peter Nasmyth (also known as Patrick) who was born in Edinburgh in 1787 and died in Lambeth in 1831. His pictures, mostly very detailed small landscapes, were popular in the early 19th century when he was referred to as the ''English Hobbema''. A number of his paintings are listed in the collections at the National and Tate Galleries. R. Arnold-Baker, 1975''
Patrick, Peter Nasmyth -  Paysage De Cascade

Patrick, Peter Nasmyth - Paysage De Cascade

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Lot number: 141
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Peter NASMYTH dit Patrick (Edimbourgh 1787 - Lambeth 1831) Paysage de cascade Toile 63 x 49 cm Au revers, deux étiquettes sur le châssis: Peter Nayssmith Signed P.N. / down below middle of picture et Patrick Milner Nassmyth / B. Edinburgh 7th Jan. 1787 d. Lambeth 17th Aug. 1831 / Woody landscape with river and waterfall Inscription sur le châssis: Palsgaard Peter Nasmyth était le fils et l'élève d'Alexander Nasmyth, paysagiste renommé.
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