Leonard Campbell Taylor

(18741969 ) - Artworks
TAYLOR Leonard Campbell Portrait Of Miss Joy Lyon

Bonhams /Jul 13, 2011
9,022.22 - 13,533.33
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Leonard Campbell Taylor - The White Room

Leonard Campbell Taylor - The White Room

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Lot number: 82
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Leonard Campbell Taylor, R.A., R.O.I., R.P. (1874-1969) The white room signed 'L. Campbell Taylor' (lower right) and further signed and inscribed 'L. CAMPBELL TAYLOR PAMPISFORD MILL CAMBRIDGE/ The WHITE ROOM No. I' (on the artist's label, on the reverse) oil on canvas 19¾ x 24 in. (50 x 61 cm.) Artist's Resale Right ("droit de Suite"). If the Artist's Resale Right Regulations 2006 apply to this lot, the buyer also agrees to pay us an amount equal to the resale royalty provided for in those Regulations, and we undertake to the buyer to pay such amount to the artist's collection agent.
Leonard Campbell Taylor - Portrait Of Miss Joy Lyon

Leonard Campbell Taylor - Portrait Of Miss Joy Lyon

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Lot number: 273
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Leonard Campbell Taylor, RA, ROI, RP (British, 1874-1969) Portrait of Miss Joy Lyon signed 'L.Campbell Taylor' (lower left), signed and inscribed on the reverse, also inscribed with artist's name and address on a label attached to the reverse oil on canvas 91.5 x 71cm (36 x 27 15/16in). Footnote: PROVENANCE: Sale, Phillips London, 18 June 1985, lot 50 Private collection, Italy EXHIBITED: London, Royal Academy, 1930, no. 489
Leonard Campbell Taylor - Dazzle-painted Ships

Leonard Campbell Taylor - Dazzle-painted Ships

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Lot number: 131
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Leonard Campbell Taylor (British, 1874-1969) Dazzle-painted ships, including Aquitania , in the Mersey off the Liverpool waterfront signed 'L. Campbell Taylor' (lower left) oil on canvas 58.4 x 91.4cm (23 x 36in). This view of R.M.S. Aquitania laid up in Liverpool Docks, and other vessels steaming down the Mersey distils the essence of 'dazzle-painting' more vividly than words can describe. Conceived by the prominent marine artist Norman Wilkinson (1878-1971) whilst he was serving as a Lieutenant in the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve in 1917, the idea behind the so-called 'dazzle-painting' of ships was to confuse enemy gunners and, more particularly, submariners into miscalculating a vessel's course and speed so as to lessen its vulnerability as a target. Experimentation rapidly proved it to be a brilliant concept and it was soon adopted by the Royal Navy as well as the Merchant Marine for whom it was originally intended. Its success also brought Wilkinson to official notice to the extent that, when the Second World War began in 1939, he was appointed Inspector of Camouflage with the rank of Air Commodore. Arguably the most successful of the great pre-1914 North Atlantic liners, as well as being widely regarded as the most handsome of all the legendary 'four-stackers', Aquitania was undeniably the longest-lived of that glamorous breed of ocean greyhounds. Conceived as a consort to Lusitania and Mauretania , Cunard ordered her from John Brown's Clydebank yards in December 1910 where she was launched on 21st April 1913. Named for the ancient Roman province in south-west France, her design was broadly similar to her two sisters although she was significantly larger in every respect. Registered upon completion at 45,647 tons gross, she measured 901 feet in length with a 97 foot beam, but was never intended to outstrip Lusitania and Mauretania in terms of speed. Clearing Liverpool for her maiden voyage to New York on 30th May 1914, she had only completed three round trips when War was declared and she found herself requisitioned for a variety of roles beginning as a troopship. Soon afterwards converted to a hospital ship, she then reverted to trooping in 1916 but was laid up at Liverpool for most of 1917 before returning to service carrying U.S. troops to France in 1918. Surviving the War only to spend the next one in similar vein, she ended her career with a one-class Southampton to Halifax (Nova Scotia) service until finally scrapped in 1950.
Leonard Campbell Taylor - Portrait Of Miss Joy Lyon

Leonard Campbell Taylor - Portrait Of Miss Joy Lyon

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Lot number: 170
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Leonard Campbell Taylor, RA, ROI, RP (British, 1874-1969) Portrait of Miss Joy Lyon signed 'L.Campbell Taylor' (lower left), signed and inscribed on the reverse, also inscribed with artist's name and address on a label attached to the reverse oil on canvas 91.5 x 71cm (36 x 27 15/16in). Footnote: PROVENANCE: Sale, Phillips London, 18 June 1985, lot 50 Private collection, Italy EXHIBITED: London, Royal Academy, 1930, no. 489
Leonard Campbell Taylor - Crowds Watching The Rocket On Her First Journey Tostockton

Leonard Campbell Taylor - Crowds Watching The Rocket On Her First Journey Tostockton

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Lot number: 445
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Lot 445 Lot 445 Description LEONARD CAMPBELL TAYLOR(1874-1969) Crowds watching the Rocket on her first journey toStockton, signed, gouache and watercolour, 18 1/2" x 25 1/2" Provenance: J & R Edmiston Auctioneers, The Mart, 166A Bath Street, Glasgow, Wednesday 7thDecember 1960, Lot 135. The lot is sold together with copyof this catalogue. Estimate: £2,000 - 3,000 Print-friendly version of this page Jump to lot number
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