Catalogue of engravings and drawings. First day's sale. Including the properties of Mrs. MacQueen Ferguson, of 2 Cameron Crescent, Edinburg ; C. H. F. Clayton, Esq., of 53 Calton Road, Dulwich ; Miss L. Dodgson, of Nutley, York Road, Guildford ; and others, comprising choice engravings of the English and French school, many being in colours, by F. Bartolozzi, V. Green, A. Kauffmann, J. R. Smith, J. McArdell, T. Gaugain, W. Ward ; after Sir J. Reynolds, Sir Thomas Lawrence, G. Morland, J. B. Greuze, J. Hoppner, Etc. Prints from J. M. W. Turner's Liber Studiorum ; Sporting Prints by T. Sutherland, S. W. Reynolds, W. Ward, after H. Alken, G. Morland, Etc. Second day's sale. Including the properties of The late A. G. W. Murray, Esq., formerly Librarian of Trinity College, Cambridge ; Mrs. Blackburne, of 4 Ashburn Place, S.W., and others and the collection made by the late Rev. W. T. Bree, of Allesley, Warwickshire, comprising Old Master Engravings by A. Durer, L. Van Leyden, Rembrandt Van Rijn, Martin Schongauer, and Marc Antonio ; French Line Portraits by Nanteuil, A. Masson, Etc. Aquatints printed in colours, including an interesting set of views of London ; an interesting collection of prints by H. Swanevelt ; a very full collection of prints by A. Waterloo, Etc. Which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge (Sir Montague Barlow, K.B.E., LL.D., M.P., G. D. Hobson, M.A., & Major F. W. Warre, O.B.E., M.C.), Auctioneers of Literary Property & Works illustrative of the Fine Arts, at their large galleries, 34 & 35 New Bond Street, W. 1, On Wednesday, December 17th, 1919, and following day, at one o'clock precisely

Catalogue de vente

20e siècle
Vente. Art. Londres. 1919-12-17
Vente. Dessins. Londres. 1919-12-17
Vente. Estampes. Londres. 1919-12-18
Collection. Art. MacQueen Ferguson (mrs.)
Collection. Art. Clayton, C. H. J. (esquire)
Collection. Art. Dodgson (miss)
Collection. Art. Murray, A. G. W. (esquire)
Collection. Art. Blackburne (mrs.)
Collection. Art. Bree, W. T. (reverend)
1 vol. (28 p.) ; in-8°
Cote de l'original : VP Sotheby1919 ; Cote du microfilm : Mfilm 35 1919 12 17 (bobine 121)
Lieu de publication
[Spottiswoode, Baliantyne & Co.]
La maison de vente Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, créée par Samuel Baker en 1744, prit le nom Sotheby's en 1924 et déménagea de Wellington Street pour New Bond Street en 1917
Note de contenu
Contient 383 lots
Note complémentaire
Les noms de Sir Clement Anderson Montague Barlow (1868-1951), Geoffrey Dudley Hobson (1882-1949) et capitaine Felix Walter Warre (1879-1953) apparaissent sur la page de titre en tant qu'associés chez Sotheby's
Langue du document
Date de numérisation
Nombre de vues
NUM CV04936_19191217
Bibliothèque d'origine
Bibliothèque de l'Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art, collections Jacques Doucet
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