Henry Ch. Seppings Wright

United Kingdom (18501937 ) - Artworks
WRIGHT Henry Ch. Seppings With The Red Crescent In Tripoli

Bonhams /Dec 4, 2013
718.74 - 958.31
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Stuff H. Seppings Wright

 

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Henry Ch. Seppings Wright - The Prince Of Wales At The Royal Military Tournament

Henry Ch. Seppings Wright - The Prince Of Wales At The Royal Military Tournament

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HENRY CHARLES SEPPINGS WRIGHT (1850-1937) THE PRINCE OF WALES AT THE ROYAL MILITARY TOURNAMENT, JUNE 3rd, 1889; GERMAN TROOPS FORDING RIVER, 1897; RUSSIAN TROOPS IN TRENCHES, GALICIA, 1915 Three, each signed, inscribed recto or verso, gouache or ink and washes, all unframed 19 x 29.5cm.; 27 x 36.5cm.; and 28.5 x 40cm. (3) ++ The first generally good; the second water stained, some foxing; the last with foxing
Henry Ch. Seppings Wright - 'the Firing Line', A Skirmish Spent With The Russians

Henry Ch. Seppings Wright - 'the Firing Line', A Skirmish Spent With The Russians

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Lot number: 895
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Henry Charles Seppings Wright (1850-1937) 'The firing line', a skirmish spent with the Russians signed and inscribed 'The firing line/Seppings Wright/with the Russians' (lower left) and further inscribed 'The/shells bursting amidst/the mountain tops look/like a whirling nebula' (lower left) pencil and pen and black ink 15¾ x 26 in. (40 x 66 cm.)
Henry Ch. Seppings Wright - The Right Honourable James Bryce, M.p.

Henry Ch. Seppings Wright - The Right Honourable James Bryce, M.p.

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Henry Charles Sepping Wright 'Stuff' (1850-1937) The Right Honourable James Bryce, M.P. Professor, Lawyer and Politician signed 'Stuff' (lower right) pencil, watercolour and bodycolour 12¼ x 6¾ in. (31.2 x 17.2 cm.) Provenance Thomas Gibson Bowles. with The Parkin Gallery, London. Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, London, 6 November 1984, lot63. Lot Notes Viscount James Bryce, M.P. (1838-1922) , Professor, Lawyerand Politician, was educated at the Glasgow High School and GlasgowUniversity, then Trinity College, Oxford, he was a fellow of OrielCollege from 1862-89. He left Oxford with a double First Classdegree and public recognition for his essay on The Holy RomanEmpire, which was published as a book in 1864. He was called to theBar in 1867, joining the Northern Circuit, where he practiced until1882. Bryce held numerous achievements and jobs throughout hislife; he lectured on law at Manchester University (1868-74), wasRegius Professor of Civil Law at Oxford (1870-93), a Liberal M.P.for Tower Hamlets division (1880-5) and for South Aberdeen(1885-06). He was President of the Board of Trade (1894), Chairmanof the Royal Commission on Secondary Education (1894-95), ChiefSecretary for Ireland (1905-06) and was also British Ambassador inWashington (1907-13). He wrote a number of books on the subjects ofhistory, travel and politics, including The American Commonwealth.He received the Order of Merit in 1907 and the K.C.V.O. in 1918,having been appointed a Viscount in 1913. He welcomed the entranceof the Americans in the First World War in 1917 and chaired thecommittee on reconstruction of the House of Lords later that sameyear. He was a keen mountaineer and botanist and a man oflanguages. He has thought and travelled a good deal, writing of 'The AmericanContinent', and other more or less obscure places and things; sothat he naturally delights in Irish difficulties, longs to extendrural government, advocates the development of secondary education,upholds open spaces, is zealous for access to Scottish mountains,and full of anxiety to do something for the Americans. Vanity Fair, 'Statesmen', No. 609, 1893.
Henry Ch. Seppings Wright - With The Red Crescent In Tripoli

Henry Ch. Seppings Wright - With The Red Crescent In Tripoli

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Lot number: 174
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Henry Charles Seppings Wright (British, 1850-1937) 'With The Red Crescent in Tripoli' signed an inscrobed 'With the Red Crescent/in Tripoli/Seppings Wright' (lower left) watercolour heightened with bodycolour 31 x 48cm (12 3/16 x 18 7/8in).
Henry Ch. Seppings Wright - Venice

Henry Ch. Seppings Wright - Venice

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Lot number: 258
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HENRY CHARLES SEPPINGS WRIGHT (1850-1937) Venice, signed, watercolour, 8 1/2" x 10 3/4".
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