Oil painting on canvas in original gilt frame.
Portrait of a Spanish gentleman sporting a handlebar moustache.
Painting: 63h x 51w cm
In frame: 86h x 74w cm. x 8.5cm deep.
SA Ref: 11OP01
A Pair of 19th century signed Oil paintings on canvas in original gilt frames.Landscapes of English country scenes:-
1: A bridge over a river with church, fields & sheep. Probably the Thames in Surrey.
2: A lake with two men on a country lane, with fields in the background. English school.Both signed bottom left “E. Horton”.
Measurements of each: Paintings: 26h x 36w cm. In frames: 47h x 58w cm.
SA Ref: 11OP04
Price: £850 the pair.
A 19th century Scottish Oil painting on canvas, in original gilt frame. Probably to the “Glasgow School”. River estuary scene of rowers heading for shore.
Measurements: Painting: 55w x 30h cm. In frame: 70w x 45h cm.
A 19th century Dutch Oil painting on canvas. Footbridge over stream with fields & windmill in background. Signed indistinctly.
Measurements: Painting: 46h x 30.5w cm. In frame: 58h x 42w cm.
SA Ref: 11OP06
SOLD. A 19th century Oil painting on canvas, in original gilt frame. English School. Still life of Flowers on a ledge. Signed “K. Verni”.
Measurements: Painting: 48.5h x 33w cm. In frame: 61h x 49w cm.
SA Ref: 11OP07
Price: £920 SOLD
Duncan Cameron (1837-1916)
A fine oil on canvas by noted Scottish artist Duncan Cameron circa 1895. It is an evocative landscape which depicts a shepherd guiding his sheep down a Scottish country lane, with a Loch, the sea and mountains in the background. The painting is full of vitality and Impressionistic colour. It is a fine period Scottish oil painting. Signed lower left “D Cameron” . Excellent condition.
Painting: 76w x 51h cm. In frame: 95w x 67h cm.
SA Ref: 11OP08
Duncan Cameron (1837-1916) was born in Perthshire, Scotland and was educated at Dundee and South Kensington, London. He is best known for his fine landscapes of the Scottish countryside with a particular fondness for scenes of cornfields. Cameron exhibited mainly between 1880 and 1908. He is best known as a fine landscape painter of the Scottish countryside with a particular fondness for scenes of cornfields.His obituary in the Scotsman noted ‘his distinctive note… best expressed in the treatment of cornfields’. Basing his work around Stirling and Edinburgh, between 1872-1900 he exhibited at the RA and at the Society of British Artists.In 1876 he was awarded the Gold Medal at Crystal Palace for showing the best landscape. He died in Edinburgh aged 79.
Dutch 19th century Oil painting on canvas. After the 17th century Dutch artist “Adriaen van Ostade”. Gentleman drinking in a public house, one reading a pamphlet. Dutch school. signed lower right ‘C. Dubaul”. Measurements High 24cm; Wide 19cm.
SA Ref: 11OP09
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