Christmas Exhibition

A selection of the oil paintings, watercolours and pastels in our Christmas exhibition and sale. Please click on the thumbnail image to view a larger illustration.

Pictures are listed alphabetically by artist`s surname.

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Click to Enlarge Charles Edward BRITTAN, Jnr. (1870 - 1949)
Cottages on the Moor
Watercolour. Signed.
10” x 17” (25.4 cm x 43.2 cm)

Click to Enlarge Charles Edward BRITTAN, Jnr. (1870 - 1949)
Meavy and Sheepstor
Watercolour. Signed.
9½” x 13¾” (24.2 cm x 34.9 cm)

Click to Enlarge Charles Edward BRITTAN, Jnr. (1870 - 1949)
Roborough Down
Watercolour. Signed.

9¼” x 13¼” (23.5 cm x 33.7 cm)

Click to Enlarge Nicholas Matthew CONDY (1816 - 1851)
A Frigate in Plymouth Sound
Oil on panel
Provenance: Original Ackerman & Co. and exhibition labels verso.
7” x 9” (17.8 cm x 22.9 cm)

Click to Enlarge Norman GARSTIN, NEAC (1847 - 1926)
A Fish Stall, Tréguier
Watercolour. Signed.
Inscribed on original artist’s label verso.
6¾” x 4¾” (17.2 cm x 12.1 cm)

Click to Enlarge William GIBBONS (1841 - 1886)
Sail and Steam off The Eddystone
Oil on canvas. Signed and dated 1880.
11½” x 18” (29.2 cm x 45.7 cm)

Click to Enlarge Ernest William HASLEHUST, RI RBA RWA RBC (1866 - 1949)
A Fisherman’s Landing, Noss Mayo
Watercolour. Signed.
14” x 20½” (35.6 cm x 52.2 cm)

Click to Enlarge Charles Napier HEMY, RA RWS RI ROI (1841 - 1917)
Dartmouth Castle
Watercolour and bodycolour. Signed with initials and dated 1913.
Also signed and inscribed verso: “No. 4 Dartmouth Castle C. Napier Hemy. Falmouth.” Provenance: The artist’s family. Literature: “Master of the Sea”, Margaret Powell, page 75 (illustrated).
17¾” x 26½” (45.1 cm x 67.5 cm)

Click to Enlarge George Henry JENKINS (1843 - 1914)
Holy Street Mill, Chagford
Oil on board. Signed.
15¼” x 10¼” (38.8 cm x 26 cm)

Click to Enlarge Richard Hayley LEVER, RBA (1875 - 1958)
Summer, St. Ives, 1913
Oil on canvas. Signed and dated.
Provenance: Jordan Volpe Gallery, New York and private collection. An important work by this significant figure in the history of St. Ives art. Lever spent 15 years in Cornwall and established an international reputation for his marine and harbour paintings. Highly innovative, he experimented in a variety of styles and was particularly inspired by Van Gogh’s use of bold colour and strong brushwork. From 1912, Lever made several visits to the United States and eventually emigrated there in 1914. His success in New York was instant and his scenes of St. Ives, which he continued to paint, proved hugely popular among American collectors.
18” x 24” (45.7 cm x 61 cm)

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