Dean I Wolstenholme

(17571837 ) - Artworks
WOLSTENHOLME Dean I The Market Cart

Bonhams /Oct 25, 2011
3,452.64 - 5,754.40
3,447.90

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Dean I Wolstenholme - 'the Creme O'th Chase', The Essex Hunt Near Epping

Dean I Wolstenholme - 'the Creme O'th Chase', The Essex Hunt Near Epping

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Lot number: 69
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Lot Description Dean Wolstenholme, Snr. (1757-1837) 'The Creme o'th Chase', The Essex Hunt near Epping oil on canvas 28 x 36 in. (71.1 x 91.5 cm.) Special Notice These lots have been imported from outside the EU for sale using a Temporary Import regime. Import VAT is payable (at 5%) on the Hammer price. VAT is also payable (at 20%) on the buyer’’’’s Premium on a VAT inclusive basis. This VAT is not shown separately on the invoice. When a buyer of such a lot has registered an EU address but wishes to export the lot or complete the import into another EU country, he must advise Christie's immediately after the auction. Provenance Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, New York, 9 June 1989, lot 30, where purchased by the present owner.
Dean I Wolstenholme - Gentleman Shooting Over Two Pointers

Dean I Wolstenholme - Gentleman Shooting Over Two Pointers

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Lot number: 454
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Collection of Humphrey Taylor MOH and thence by descent; With Mallett, New York; From whom purchased by the present owners, September 2004. 454 PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF NIKI & JOE GREGORY Dean Wolstenholme YORKSHIRE 1757 – 1837 LONDON GENTLEMAN SHOOTING OVER TWO POINTERS oil on canvas 19 by 26 1/4 in.; 48.3 by 66.7 cm. Estimate 6,000 - 8,000 USD Print Oil on lined canvas. Framing abrasions at the upper corners. Stable craquelure across the surface though especially near the stretcher bars. Under UV light: scattered inpainting throughout, though most notably in the sky upper left and around the standing figure. Inpaiting also scattered through the tree, around the dog's midsections, along the lower left extreme edges and elsewhere.
Dean I Wolstenholme - The Return From Hunting, With Portrait Of A Dray Horse, Property Of H. Meux

Dean I Wolstenholme - The Return From Hunting, With Portrait Of A Dray Horse, Property Of H. Meux

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Lot number: 251
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Description Dean Wolstenholme the Elder (1757-1837) The Return from Hunting, with Portrait of a Dray Horse, Property of H. Meux Oil on canvas 62 x 85 cm (24 1/2 x 33 1/2 in) Provenance: with Arthur Ackerman. Exhibited: Royal Academy, London, 1810, No. 445. Oil on canvas. Inscribed and dated on brass plaque. Exhibited at the RA, 1810. Arthur Ackerman label & inscription verso. In good swept frame. 33½" x 24½" (85.1cm x 62.2cm)
Dean I Wolstenholme - The Market Cart

Dean I Wolstenholme - The Market Cart

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Lot number: 25
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Dean Wolstenholme the Elder (British, 1757-1837) The market cart signed 'DWolstenholme' (lower left) oil on canvas 36 x 45.5cm (14 3/16 x 17 15/16in). Footnote: PROVENANCE: Sale, Bonhams, 19th Century Paintings, 23rd March 2004 LITERATURE: Grant, Col. M. H., A Chronological History of the Old English Landscape Painters , Leigh-on-Sea, 1959, Vol. IV, illus. pl. 164, no. 330.
Dean I Wolstenholme -  Hounds Of Colonel Hylton Joliffe Of Merstham House, Surrey With Merstham Church And Mill Beyond

Dean I Wolstenholme - Hounds Of Colonel Hylton Joliffe Of Merstham House, Surrey With Merstham Church And Mill Beyond

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Lot number: 94
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Dean Wolstenholme, Sen. (British, 1757-1837) Hounds of Colonel Hylton Joliffe of Merstham House, Surrey with Merstham Church and Mill beyond oil on canvas 21¼ x 29¼ in. (54 x 74.3 cm.) Commissioned by Col. Hylton Jolliffe; by descent to Baron Hylton, Ammerdown Park, Radstock, Somerset. with Richard Green, London, 1997. Lt. Col. John Metcalfe Wood. with Richard Green, London, 2004. Acquired from the above by the present owner. PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION Col. Hylton Jolliffe (1773-1843) was MP for Petersfield, Hampshire, from where the family originated. In 1802 he inherited Merstham House and Quarry Dean. Around 1807 Hylton Jolliffe and his younger brother Rev. William Jolliffe went into partnership with Edward Banks to exploit the building stone, chalk pits and limeworks on the Merstham estate; with the coming of the railways, Jolliffe & Banks became one of the largest engineering contractors in England. Around 1813, Dean Wolstenholme, Sen. made several paintings of the hounds owned by his friend Jolliffe, who hunted the country between Surrey Union and the Old Surrey. In the background of this painting is the thirteenth century church of St. Katherine, Merstham, built of grey-green Merstham stone, and the Merstham windmill. Built in 1756, the windmill was demolished in 1896 to make way for a railway line to the quarry. To the left is the chalk escarpment of Box Hill, immortalized in Jane Austen's Emma. Wolstenholme also painted The Merstham Hounds in 1813, with the Huntsman, Roffey, and a Whip, which was engraved, and A meet of the Merstham Hounds at Chipstead Green with Col. Hylton Jolliffe, which was engraved by Dean Wolstenholme, Jun. in 1824 as one of a set of four engravings after paintings by his father of Col. Jolliffe's Hounds that, along with the present work, descended in the collection of the Barons Hylton at Ammerdown Park, Somerset.
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