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Early 19th.Century French Neo-Classical Child Portrait

Early 19th.Century French Neo-Classical Portrait of a baby girl Emile Caroline De-Bec-De-Lievre. Nee 1810. Entourage of PP Prud’hon Oil on canvas. 35 by 22.5 cms image 46 by 33.5 cms in frame.

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Early 19th. Century French Neo-Classical Child Portrait

Early 19th.Century French Neo-Classical School Portrait of a young girl Alienor Louise Calixte Marie Juliette Mathilde De-Bec-De-Lievre born 1807. Entourage of PP Prud’hon. Oil on canvas. 34.5 by 21 cms image. 48 by 34.5 cms in frame.

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19th Century Portrait Of A Shooting Pony Oil On Canvas By EJ Keeling

EJ Keeling British School Fl. 1856-73 Portrait of a Shooting Pony. Oil on Canvas 55 by 39 cms image 78 by 61 cms overall

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Victorian Artists Signatures A Unique 19th.Century Autographed Fan

A 19th. Century Fan By J Duvelleroy Circa 1890. The vellum leaf signed in ink by the leading British artists of the age. Including autographs by:- Lord Leighton, Edward Poynter, Henry Moore, Stanhope Forbes, Briton Riviere, Alfred Gilbert, GF Watts, JE Millais, Alfred Waterhouse, JW Waterhouse, WL Wyllie, WP Frith, Val Prinsep, Thomas Sidney Cooper, […]

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Belle Epoque Charcoal Drawing By Jules Cheret

Jules Cheret Sheet of female figure studies. Charcoal on blue paper Circa. 1890. 37.5 by 23.5 cms. Jules Cheret (1836-1932) was born in Paris to a poor but creative family of artisans, Chéret had a very limited education. At age thirteen, he began a three-year apprenticeship with a lithographer and then his interest in painting […]

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Count Albert De Belleroche Sanguine Lithograph Circa. 1900.

Count Albert De Belleroche British School 1864-1944. Sanguine printed lithograph. Study of a female nude. Signed lower right. Circa.1900. 42 by 31 cms to mounted image. 60 by 49.5cms overall in contemporary frame. Painter of portraits and lithographer; influenced by Impressionism. Born 22 October 1864 in Swansea, of Huguenot descent. Brought up by his stepfather, […]

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“Saucebox” St Leger Winner 19th.Century Racehorse Portrait Watercolour

“Saucebox” St Leger Winner, 1855. Racehorse Portrait. By William A Sextie. Watercolour on wove paper. 43 by 56cms. An engraving taken from this painting was published by Ackermann in 1857. William Sextie (1821 to 1887) British School artist and racehorse trainer. Mr Tom Parrs Saucebox winner of the Doncaster St Leger in 1855, ridden by […]

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1800s French Tortoiseshell Tabatiere Set With Portrait Miniature

Early 19th.Century Tortoiseshell Tabatiere. Set with a portrait of a young woman. Painted on Ivory. French School. Circa 1810. 8cms diameter.

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Maxime Dastugue 19th.Century French Orientalist Painting Cairo

Maxime Dastugue 1851-1909. French Orientalist School. Camel train before the tombs of the caliphs, Cairo. Oil on canvas. Signed lower right. 117 by 90cms overall.

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19th. Century French Realist Drawing Attr. François Bonvin

A beautifully executed 19th.Century Charcoal Drawing A Study of a young woman polishing a jug French Realist School Attributable to François Bonvin 1817-1887. Bears signature lower left. Charcoal on wove paper. 44.5 by 34.5cms

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