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Woolley & Wallis

Woolley & Wallis
51-61 Castle Street
SP1 3SU
Salisbury
uk
0044(0) 1722 424500
0044(0) 1722 424508
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51-61 Castle Street, Salisbury, UK

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 Anonymous - A Young Girl Seated In A Blossoming Tree Bough

Anonymous - A Young Girl Seated In A Blossoming Tree Bough

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Lot number: 17
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A large Aesthetic Movement tile probably designed by William Stephen Coleman, painted with a young girl seated in a blossoming tree bough, in colours on a matt brown ground unsigned, minor chips to corners, 23cm. square Catalogue notes This young girl is similar to the model used by W.S Coleman for his series of eighteen Christmas cards published by Thomas de la Rue circa 1880.
 Anonymous - Mrs Fitzwilliam As Poll The Pet

Anonymous - Mrs Fitzwilliam As Poll The Pet

19th century
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Lot number: 100
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Λ An early 19th century theatrical tinsel print picture of Mrs Fitzwilliam as Poll the Pet, silk, cut tinsel foil and hand-coloured etching, inscribed 'J. FAIRBURN 110 Minories London, MRS. FITZWILLIAM AS POLL THE PET, In the Pot of the Petticoats', 24 x 19.4cm, in a glazed, rosewood frame. Tinsel prints were created from etched portraits of theatrical stars in popular roles they played on the London stage. They were hand-coloured and decorated with scraps of material and tinsel additions. They were popular during the first half of the 19th century and were considered an adult, rather than a child's hobby. By the 1830s it was possible to buy the tinsel, leather and feather ornaments to go with each image.
Henryk Gotlib -  Portrait Of A Girl With A Blue Bow In Her Hair, Possibly Joanna Rubens

Henryk Gotlib - Portrait Of A Girl With A Blue Bow In Her Hair, Possibly Joanna Rubens

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Lot number: 2
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‡ Henryk Gotlib (Polish 1890-1966) Portrait of a girl with a blue bow in her hair, possibly Joanna Rubens Signed Oil on canvas 60 x 47cm Provenance: Lots 1 to 111 from a collection of paintings and sculpture inspired by L\’école de Paris by a collector in St Johns Wood ++Unlined, slightly loose on stretcher, slight push near upper margin
Alexander Allan -  Views In The Mysore Country

Alexander Allan - Views In The Mysore Country

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Lot number: 11
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Sir Alexander Allan Bt. (1764-1820) Views in the Mysore Country 20 uncoloured aquatints, unbound, engraved title page dedicated to Charles Marquis Cornwallis K. G., Governor General of Bengal, 6 sheets/12pp. descriptive letterpress pages at end all pierced in margins left side and tied together Sheet sizes 48 x 69cm; 19 x 27¼in A rare book of views of India. Allan was a painter and politician who joined the East India Company as a cadet in 1779. He served in the Madras Infantry from 1780 and took part in the third and fourth Mysore wars and this book came from images drawn towards the end of the third campaign. He was a military topographer of some note and produced works for the British public particularly to feed their growing interest in Tipu Sultan.
 Anonymous - A Lion And Cub

Anonymous - A Lion And Cub

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Lot number: 33
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An Italian carved Verona marble group of a lion and cub in Romanesque style, both peering over a ledge, with stylised manes and almond shape eyes, 37cm high, 19.7cm wide, 39cm deep. Provenance: From the collection of Edward and Julia Carter Preston, sold on behalf of The Hope Carter Preston Foundation, Liverpool. Edward Carter Preston (1885-1965) was a renowned Liverpool artist, sculptor and medalist, his daughter Julia Carter Preston (1926-2012) was a successful potter. click here to view the page turning catalogue
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