Gallery

The Gallery contains a selection of our traditional and impressionist oil paintings, watercolours and drawings. 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 Hilary Dulcie COBBETT, SWA (1885 - 1976)
Tuna Boats, La Rochelle
Oil on canvas. Signed.
23¼” x 29” (59 cm x 73.7 cm)


Click to Enlarge Nicholas Matthew CONDY (1816 - 1851)
A Royal Navy Brig and Topsail Schooner
Oil on panel. Signed and dated 1836.
Provenance: Ackermann, London, and Newhouse Galleries, New York - original labels verso. Private collection, Los Angeles.
11¾" x 16" (29.8 cm x 40.6 cm)


Click to Enlarge Nicholas Matthew CONDY (1816 - 1851)
Plymouth Sound from Mount Wise
Watercolour and bodycolour. Signed.
The historically strategic site of Mount Wise affords a glorious view across Plymouth Sound towards Mount Edgcumbe and the sheltered deep water anchorage of Barn Pool. On the left is the famous Royal William victualling yard. Built between 1825 and 1835 as the supply stores for the Royal Navy, this was one of the most important industrial complexes in the country.
9¼" x 13¾" (23.5 cm x 34.9 cm)


Click to Enlarge Nicholas Matthew CONDY (1816 - 1851)
HM Royal Yacht Victoria and Albert in Plymouth Sound
Pen, ink and sepia wash. Signed and inscribed.
A rare picture of Queen Victoria’s Royal Yacht, HMY Victoria and Albert, off Mount Edgcumbe. The Victoria and Albert was the first steam-powered Royal Yacht, twin-paddled and fitted with a 430 horsepower engine. She was launched in April 1843 and completed 20 voyages, owned and operated by the Royal Navy. Although replaced in 1855 by HMY Victoria and Albert II, she continued in service until 1868 under the name of Osborne.
4” x 6” (10.2 cm x 15.2 cm)


Click to Enlarge Nicholas Matthew CONDY (1816 - 1851)
HMS Undaunted at Anchor off Mount Edgcumbe
Bodycolour. Inscribed verso.
The 38-gun Royal Navy frigate HMS Undaunted was launched in October 1807 and served during the Napoleonic Wars. She was the vessel which, in the spring of 1814, took Napoleon from Fréjus in the South of France to exile on the Mediterranean island of Elba. She is depicted flying The Ensign of The White Squadron, at anchor in the sheltered deep waters of Barn Pool off Mount Edgcumbe.
4” x 5¾” (10.2 cm x 14.7 cm)


Click to Enlarge Nicholas Matthew CONDY (1816 - 1851)
A Royal Navy Barque of The Red Squadron
Bodycolour. Signed.
4” x 5¾” (10.2 cm x 14.7 cm)


Click to Enlarge Percy Robert CRAFT, RBA (1856 - 1934)
A Newlyn Lass
Oil on canvas. Signed.
29” x 19” (73.7 cm x 48.3 cm)


Click to Enlarge Eugène DEMESTER (1902 - 1985)
Le Golfe du Morbihan, Bretagne
Oil on canvas. Signed. Inscribed verso.
10¼” x 14” (26 cm x 35.6.cm)


Click to Enlarge Lionel Dalhousie Robertson EDWARDS, RI RCamA (1878 - 1966)
Clearing the Hedge
Oil on canvas. Signed. Dated '05.
13½” x 9½” (34.3 cm x 24.2 cm)


Click to Enlarge Lionel Dalhousie Robertson EDWARDS, RI RCamA (1878 - 1966)
Thoroughbred and Hunter Show, Islington, 1914
Pencil and chalk. Signed, titled and dated.
Inscribed: “Bull Gill 1st Class III Thoroughbred and Hunter Show Islington 1914”.
10¼” x 13¾” (26 cm x 34.9 cm)

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