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James Stinton

United Kingdom (1870 -  1961 )
STINTON James Pheasants In Landscapes

Gorringes
Jun 29, 2011
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James Stinton - Pheasant

James Stinton - Pheasant

Original 19th century
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Lot number: 98
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A pair of 19th C rectangular tiles with pheasant decoration in the style of James Stinton (known for being a decorator for Royal Worcester porcelain). Approx. 12" x 6" (2) CONDITION: Please Note - we do not make reference to the condition of lots within descriptions. We are however happy to provide additional information regarding the condition of items on request.
James Stinton - A Group Of Pheasants Crouched In An Open Field

James Stinton - A Group Of Pheasants Crouched In An Open Field

Original 1902
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Lot number: 771
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James Stinton (1870-1961)A group of pheasants crouched in an open fieldWatercolourSigned to lower edgeOval 8 x 6.5 (20.25cm x 16.5cm)In card mount and framed under glass James Stinton was the youngest son of John Stinton Senior and began work for the Grainger factory before moving to Royal Worcester in 1902 where he specialised in painting game birds. Appears in good condition within frame. The frame with few heavy losses.
James Stinton - Pheasants In Landscapes

James Stinton - Pheasants In Landscapes

Original
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Lot number: 1378
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Lot 1378
James Stinton (1870-1961)
pair of watercolours,
Pheasants in landscapes,
signed,
5 x 5.75in.

Estimate £300-400

Descriptionsprovided in both printed and on-line catalogue formats do notinclude condition reports. The absence of a condition statementdoes not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completelyfree from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging.Interested bidders are strongly encouraged to request a conditionreport on any lots upon which they intend to bid, prior to placinga bid. All transactions are governed by Gorringes Conditions ofSale.
James Stinton - Of Rectangular Shape And Unusually Large Size

James Stinton - Of Rectangular Shape And Unusually Large Size

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Lot number: 269
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Early 20th century.
Of rectangular shape and unusually large size, painted in greatdetail, one with a pheasant and hen in a lakeside landscape,further birds in the distance, the other with two partridges on ahillside amongst heather and rocks, birds in flight and mistymountains in the distance, both signed James Stinton,
36.5cm x25cm
(2)
James Stinton - Studies On One Sheet

James Stinton - Studies On One Sheet

Original 1902
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Lot number: 772
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James Stinton (1870-1961)Five watercolour studies on one sheetEach depicting one or two pheasants beside foliageThree with signatures within the compositionSheet 9.75 x 7.75 (25cm x 19.5cm)In card mount and unframedJames Stinton was the youngest son of John Stinton Senior and began work for the Grainger factory before moving to Royal Worcester in 1902 where he specialised in painting game birds. The paper is heavily foxed to the right hand edge and with marks to the left hand edge from a previous mounting. Otherwise the colours appear in good condition.
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