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Archibald Thorburn

United Kingdom (Lasswade 1860 -  Hascombe 1935 ) Wikipedia® : Archibald Thorburn
THORBURN Archibald The Raven

Moore Allen & Innocent
Feb 8, 2019
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Archibald Thorburn -  The Lone Fisherman

Archibald Thorburn - The Lone Fisherman

Original 1928
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Lot number: 367
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Archibald Thorburn FZS, British 1860-1935- The Lone Fisherman; two colour reproduction prints, of the same print, both signed in pencil, bear Fine Art Trade Guild blindstamp, published by W F Embleton, 70 Jermyn Street, London, 1928, and printed in Austria, each 38.5x27cm (2) (framed) Provenance: both with The Tryon Gallery Ltd, London, according to the labels attached to the reverse of the frames
Archibald Thorburn - Stoat (winter)

Archibald Thorburn - Stoat (winter)

Original 1919
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Lot number: 74
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Archibald Thorburn (British, 1860-1935) Stoat (winter) signed and dated 'A. Thorburn/1919' (lower right); inscribed 'Stoat. (winter)' (lower centre) watercolour heighted with white 37.5 x 47cm (14 3/4 x 18 1/2in). Footnotes Provenance A. Baird Carter. Private collection, UK. Literature Archibald Thorburn, British Mammals, London, 1920, Vol. 1, pl. 22. Archibald Thorburn, The Complete Illustrated Thorburn's Mammals, Ware, 1989, pp. 73-75 (illustrated in colour p. 76). Following on from the huge success of British Birds, Thorburn produced a series of 50 watercolours entitled British Mammals, originally published in 2 volumes in 1920. The present lot was reproduced as plate 22. Thorburn noted of the work that the stoat is 'taken from the specimen obtained in Argyllshire in January 1919, which shows the full winter pelage, excepting a small mask of brown on the face, always the last part to change'.1 1 Archibald Thorburn, The Complete Illustrated Thorburn's Mammals, Ware, 1989, p. 74.
Archibald Thorburn - The Raven

Archibald Thorburn - The Raven

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Lot number: 323
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ARCHIBALD THORBURN "The Raven", watercolour signed with initials and dated February 5th 1918 lower right, inscribed on Martin Gregory Galley label verso, together with label inscribed The Raven by Archibald Thorburn reproduced in "A Naturalist's Sketchbook" by Archibald Thorburn, plate 17, published by Longmans Green & Co 1919
Archibald Thorburn - Coming In From The Sea

Archibald Thorburn - Coming In From The Sea

Original 1905
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Lot number: 33
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COMING IN FROM THE SEA Archibald Thorburn 1860-1935 signed and dated l.l.: Archibald Thorburn/ 1905; titled and inscribed on the reverse; 'Coming in from the Sea'/ one of the Fur and Feather series of Wildfowl/ Copywright for the book belongs to Longman & Co. A.T. watercolour with bodycolour and gum arabic 76 by 56cm., 30 by 22in. Provenance Christie's, London, 2 March 1990, lot 183 where purchased by the present owner Literature A.J. Stuart-Wortley and Others, Fur, Feathers and Fin Series; Wildfowl, 1906
Archibald Thorburn - Study Of A Smew; And Study Of A Mallard

Archibald Thorburn - Study Of A Smew; And Study Of A Mallard

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Lot number: 209
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Archibald Thorburn (1860-1935) Study of a smew; and Study of a mallard the first inscribed 'head to back of crest' (right hand margin); the second inscribed 'Breast to tail' (upper margin) pencil and watercolour heightened with white on buff paper the first 8 ¼ x 11 5/8 in. (21 x 29.5 cm.); the second 9 1/8 x 11 ¾ in. (23.2 x 29.9 cm.) (2)
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