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A Valuable Assemblage of Pictures, Prints in the Portfolio, and Drawings, of … S. W. Reynolds, Esq., Deceased

Messrs. Christie & Manson

Reference: Christie’s, 18 April 1836

The sale took place over three days, 18–20 April 1836

Lugt, Catalogues, no.14307, copy consulted: Rijksmuseum Research Library, online at Art Sales Catalogues Online

Day 1

  • 15 – ‘Girtin’s views of Paris – 20’. Sold for 4s
  • 167 – ‘Landscapes in water-colours, &c – 4’. Bought by ‘Monro’ for £2 4s
  • 168 – ‘Slight sketches – 4’. Bought by ‘White’ for 13s
  • 169 – ‘Ditto – 5’. Bought by ‘Hixon’ for 6s
  • 170 – ‘Landscapes in water-colours – 2’. Bought by ‘Monro’ for £4
  • 171 – ‘One of the Gates of York’. Unsold at a reserve of £1 1s (TG1652)
  • 172 – ‘View of the Hotel de Ville, Paris’. Bought by ‘White’ for £3 3s (TG1906)
  • 173 – ‘Rippon Minster – 2’. Bought by ‘Smart’ for 17s
  • 174 – ‘View of Exeter’. Bought by ‘Fosse’ for £1
  • 175 – ‘View near Bromley’. Bought by ‘White’ for £1 11s 6d
  • 176 – ‘Kirkstall Abbey’. Unsold at a reserve of 10s
  • 177 – ‘Choir, St Alban’s Abbey’. Bought by ‘White’ for 12s
  • 178 – ‘Ditto; a grand drawing’. Bought by ‘White’ for £2 5s
  • 179 – ‘Richmond Castle; and one, by Havell’. Bought by ‘Monro’ for 17s (TG1064)
  • 180 – ‘Girtin and Atkinson – 6’. Bought by ‘Hixon’ for 14s
  • 181 – ‘Girtin’s sketch-book; a volume containing sixty sketches in pencil views in England’. Bought by ‘Monro’ for £10 10s

Identified Exhibits