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Harold Wyllie

United Kingdom (1880 -  1975 )
WYLLIE Harold Sailing Ship

Mainichi Auction
Apr 14, 2018
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Wyllie Lt.Col. Harold

 

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Harold Wyllie - America's Cup Off Newport - Shamrock V And Enterprise

Harold Wyllie - America's Cup Off Newport - Shamrock V And Enterprise

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Lot number: 134
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HAROLD WYLLIE Great Britain, 1880-1973 The 1930 America's Cup off Newport - Shamrock V and Enterprise. Circa 1930. Signed lower left. Provenance: Ulster Museum, National Museums of Northern Ireland, Ulster, Ireland. N.R. Omell Gallery, London. The current owner. The 1930 America's Cup was the first to be held off Newport, Rhode Island, and was the first to be raced in J-Class yachts. Sir Thomas Lipton offered his fifth and final challenge on behalf of the Royal Ulster Yacht Club with Shamrock V, built by Camper Nicholson. The defender Enterprise was built by Nathaniel Herreshoff, with the first duraluminum mast, which was significantly lighter than Shamrock V's wooden mast. Shamrock V had an outstanding racing season during the summer of 1930, winning fifteen races and coming in second in four more, and she crossed the Atlantic with a great deal of expectation. The races began in hazy conditions off Newport and Enterprise, skippered by Harold Vanderbilt, won the first two races easily, but in the third race Shamrock V was leading until she lost her main halyard and had to be towed back to port. In the fourth race Enterprise won by nearly six minutes and retained the America's Cup. Oil on canvas, 28 x 36". Framed 34" x 42.25"." Condition Overall excellent condition, unlined, not inspected under the UV light.
Harold Wyllie - The 1930 America's Cup Off Newport - Shamrock V And Enterprise

Harold Wyllie - The 1930 America's Cup Off Newport - Shamrock V And Enterprise

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Lot number: 336
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HAROLD WYLLIE Great Britain, 1880-1973 The 1930 America's Cup off Newport - Shamrock V and Enterprise. Circa 1930. Signed lower left. Provenance: Ulster Museum, National Museums of Northern Ireland, Ulster, Ireland. N.R. Omell Gallery, London. The current owner. The 1930 America's Cup was the first to be held off Newport, Rhode Island, and was the first to be raced in J-Class yachts. Sir Thomas Lipton offered his fifth and final challenge on behalf of the Royal Ulster Yacht Club with Shamrock V, built by Camper Nicholson. The defender Enterprise was built by Nathaniel Herreshoff, with the first duraluminum mast, which was significantly lighter than Shamrock V's wooden mast. Shamrock V had an outstanding racing season during the summer of 1930, winning fifteen races and coming in second in four more, and she crossed the Atlantic with a great deal of expectation. The races began in hazy conditions off Newport and Enterprise, skippered by Harold Vanderbilt, won the first two races easily, but in the third race Shamrock V was leading until she lost her main halyard and had to be towed back to port. In the fourth race Enterprise won by nearly six minutes and retained the America's Cup. Oil on canvas, 28 x 36". Framed 34" x 42.25"." Condition Overall excellent condition, unlined, not inspected under the UV light.
Harold Wyllie - Sailing Ship

Harold Wyllie - Sailing Ship

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Lot number: 862
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Sailing ship Harold WYLLIE (a set of 7) etching, 14.5x25cm, signed, this lot accompanies other works; J. M. W. TURNER London tower [by W. Miller] (etching with hand-color, 7.6x11.6cm) Thomas ALLOM Durham Cathedral [by W. Le Petit] (etching with hand-color, 9.6x15.5cm) Henry G. GASTINEAU Rhuddlan Castle, Flintshire[by H.Adlard] (etching, 8.9x14.3cm) UNKNOWN Hohenschwangau (etching, 10.5x14.3cm) London from the Monument (1841, etching with hand-color, 16x9.3cm) William Henry BARTLETT St. Nicholas' Church [by J.C. Armytage] (etching with hand-color, 12.3x17.7cm), all framed.* *Not examined out of frame.
Harold Wyllie - His Majesty's Ship Royal Willaim

Harold Wyllie - His Majesty's Ship Royal Willaim

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Lot number: 226
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After Harold Wyllie His Majesty's Ship "Royal Willaim" Coloured engraving Plate: 25.5 x 42cm (10 x 16 1/2in.) General Sale Tuesday 08 August 2017, 10.00am Donnington Priory Oxford Road Donnington Newbury Berkshire RG14 2 JE Viewing Saturday 5 August 9.30am - 1pm Monday 7 August 9am - 7pm Tuesday 8 August from 8.30am
Harold Wyllie - The Badly Damaged Hms Victory Making For Gibraltar Under Jury Rig

Harold Wyllie - The Badly Damaged Hms Victory Making For Gibraltar Under Jury Rig

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Lot number: 51
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Harold Wyllie (British, 1880-1975) The badly damaged HMS Victory making for Gibraltar under jury rig after her savage pounding at Trafalgar earlier in the day, with other warships nearby including the frigate Euryalus keeping close signed 'Harold Wyllie' (lower left) watercolour heightened with white 36.5 x 52.1cm (14 3/8 x 20 1/2in).
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