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Henry Albert Payne

(1868 -  1940 ) Wikipedia® : Henry Albert Payne
PAYNE Henry Albert Harlech Castle

Mallams
Oct 18, 2017
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Henry Albert Payne - The Valley Of Humiliation

Henry Albert Payne - The Valley Of Humiliation

Original 1923
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Lot number: 144
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Henry A. Payne, R.W.S. (1868-1940)
The Valley of Humiliation
indistinctly signed and dated 'HENRY A PAYNE 1923' (lower right)
black chalk and watercolour, heightened with white
18¾ x 23¼ in. (47.6 x 59 cm.)
Provenance
with The Fine Art Society, London. Anon. sale; Bonhams, London, 10 June 1998, lot 24.
Lot Notes
In the second Book of The Pilgrim's Progress, John Bunyan's allegory in the English puritan tradition, Christian's wife Christiana sets out on her own pilgrimage and retraces the steps of her husband. It is to this second book that Payne turned for the subject matter of the present watercolour. Where Blake had illustrated the moment of conflict in Christian's journey through the Valley of Humiliation, showing his apocalyptic battle with sin in the monstrous form of Appollyon (Frick Collection, New York), Payne depicts the Valley as a place of peace. Christiana descends into the Valley and finds a boy sitting by himself singing: 'He that is down, need fear no fall, He that is low, no pride: He that is humble, ever shall Have God to be his guide.' In Payne's representation of the scene, this child of humility sits beneath a tree and surveys a rolling, fertile plain which, far from 'noise and confusion', is described by Christiana's guide as a place where men have met with angels and found the 'words of life'. Payne studied at the Birmingham School of Art and later taught there, becoming a central member of the Birmingham Group, a circle of artists who worked in the tradition of Burne-Jones and were committed to the Arts and Crafts Movement. As such he worked in a range of media, running a stained-glass practice, and painting a mural for the Palace of Westminster. He also worked in oils, and The Enchanted Sea was sold Sotheby's, New York, 26 May 1994 and the present watercolour are fine examples.
Henry Albert Payne - The Quarry At Culver Hill

Henry Albert Payne - The Quarry At Culver Hill

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Lot number: 421
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Henry A Payne RWS (1868 - 1940) The Quarry at Culver Hill titled to mount, watercolour, 36cm x 42cm
Henry Albert Payne - Valley Of Humiliation

Henry Albert Payne - Valley Of Humiliation

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Lot number: 228
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HENRY PAYNE (1868-1940) 'Valley of Humiliation' (Pilgrims Progress), faintly signed and dated, watercolour with black chalk and heightened in white, 39 x 56cm With The Fine Art Society Christies Lot 144 5th June 2003
Henry Albert Payne - Woodchester Valley Amberley Glos

Henry Albert Payne - Woodchester Valley Amberley Glos

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Lot number: 229
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HENRY PAYNE (1868-1940) Woodchester Valley Amberley Glos c.1920, signed, watercolour, 20 x 30cm
Henry Albert Payne - Harlech Castle

Henry Albert Payne - Harlech Castle

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Lot number: 230
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HENRY PAYNE (1868-1940) 'Harlech Castle', pastels, 18 x 17cm Exh. June 1969 Fine Art Society London 'Earthly Paradise' Exhibition No. 128
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