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Some Very Fine Drawings, in Water Colours

Messrs. Christie and Manson

Reference: Christie’s, 18 March 1843

Lugt, Catalogues, no.16904

Copy consulted: Archive of Christie’s, London

‘CAPITAL WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS – Framed and Glazed’

Consigned by John Temple Leader (1810–1903)

Thomas Girtin

  • 33 – ‘A river, with mountainous banks’. Bought by ‘Rought’ for £4 10s
  • 34 – ‘A barn and figures on a common’. Bought by ‘Hogarth’ for £4 14s 6d
  • 36 – ‘A landscape, with a pool of water’. Unsold at a reserve of £2 8s
  • 37 – ‘A village, with a bridge across a river’. Unsold at a reserve of £2 12s 6d
  • 41 – ‘Two vessels on the shore of a river’. Bought by ‘Hogarth’ for £2
  • 47 – ‘Gisburne Abbey; a very grand drawing’. Bought by ‘Tiffin’ for £10 10s (TG1697)
  • 48 – ‘A ruined abbey – the companion’. Bought by ‘D. White’ for £9 9s
  • 51 – ‘A village, with a cart and horses in a brook’. Bought by ‘Ch Hall’ for £8 10s
  • 52 – ‘A woody scene, with a ruined barn’. Bought by ‘Graves’ for £9 15s
  • 56 – ‘View on a River, with flat country and hilly distance’. Bought by ‘Rought’ for £4
  • 58 – ‘View of the old Bridge at Gloucester – evening scene’. Bought by ‘Ch Hall’ for £16 (TG1755)

Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775–1851)

  • 49 – ‘Warkworth castle, with vessels – sunset’. Bought by ‘Rought’ for £22 11s 6d (see TG1711 figure 1)

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