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James Seymour

(1702 -  1752 ) Wikipedia® : James Seymour
SEYMOUR James Flying Childers With A Jockey

Christie's
Jul 6, 2018
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James Seymour - A Racehorse, Traditionally Identified As Molotto, Held By A Groom

James Seymour - A Racehorse, Traditionally Identified As Molotto, Held By A Groom

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Lot number: 46
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James Seymour (London 1702-1752) A racehorse, traditionally identified as Molotto, held by a groom signed with initials and dated 'J.S/ 1746' (lower right) and bears inscription 'Mr Parsons Molotto ** Whitefoot, son of Bay Bolton' (on stretcher) oil on canvas 50.4 x 62.1cm (19 13/16 x 24 7/16in). Footnotes
James Seymour - Flying Childers With A Jockey

James Seymour - Flying Childers With A Jockey

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Lot number: 203
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James Seymour (London c. 1702-1752) Flying Childers with a jockey signed with initials and indistinctly dated 'JS / 17[...]' (lower right) oil on canvas 28 ¼ x 36 3/8 in. (71.6 x 92.2 cm.) Provenance (Possibly) Commissioned from the artist by James Lowther, 1st Earl of Lonsdale, 1st Viscount Lowther (1736–1802), Lowther Castle, and by descent to, James Hugh William Lowther, 7th Earl of Lonsdale, and by inheritance to the present owner.
James Seymour - Stable Scenes With Hunters And Hounds

James Seymour - Stable Scenes With Hunters And Hounds

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Lot number: 1024
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James Seymour (British, 1702-1752) Stable scenes with hunters and hounds Mezzotints by T Burford, plates 250mm by 350mm (2) Provenance: Duke of Cambridge Collection stamp Not examined out of frames. Paper age-toned. One plate with repaired marginal tear and light spotting Imprints : [c.1752] Siltzer p.247
James Seymour -  A Horse Held By His Rider

James Seymour - A Horse Held By His Rider

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Lot number: 29
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James Seymour (British 1702-1752) A horse held by his rider Pencil and grey wash 15 x 12cm (5 7/8 x 4 3/4in.) Provenance: with Sabin Galleries, London Provenance: From the estate of Philippa Bradstock of Longbottom House, Biddesden Pr Font34 Bin0 Bin Sub0 Frac0 Def1 Margin0 Margin0 Jc1 Indent1440 Lim0 Lim1 The Fine Sale Wednesday 22 November 2017, 10.00am Donnington Priory Oxford Road Donnington Newbury Berkshire RG14 2 JE Viewing Sunday 19 November 10am - 2pm Monday 20 November 9am - 5.30pm Tuesday 21 November 9.00am - 4.30pm Day of sale from 8.30am
James Seymour - Two Of His Majesty's Huntsmen With The Stag Hounds Looking For The Slott Of Deer In Windsor Forest

James Seymour - Two Of His Majesty's Huntsmen With The Stag Hounds Looking For The Slott Of Deer In Windsor Forest

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Lot number: 1063
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~ James Seymour (British, 1702-1752) ''Two of His Majesty's Huntsmen with the Stag Hounds looking for the Slott of Deer in Windsor Forest'', mezzotint by R Houston, plate 255mm by 355mm Provenance: Christie's 25.2.09, lot 1183 Not examined out of the frame. A good impression Imprint: [c.1770s], London, John Bowles Not in Siltzer
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