WILLIAM AUGUSTUS BARRON | Hampton Court looking down the river towards Thames Ditton
WILLIAM AUGUSTUS BARRON | Hampton Court looking down the river towards Thames Ditton
WILLIAM AUGUSTUS BARRON | Hampton Court looking down the river towards Thames Ditton
WILLIAM AUGUSTUS BARRON | Hampton Court looking down the river towards Thames Ditton
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WILLIAM AUGUSTUS BARRON | Hampton Court looking down the river towards Thames Ditton

Estimate: 300 - 500 GBP

WILLIAM AUGUSTUS BARRON | Hampton Court looking down the river towards Thames Ditton

Estimate: 300 - 500 GBP

Lot Sold:250GBP

Lot Details

Description

WILLIAM AUGUSTUS BARRON

Fl. in London 1776

Hampton Court looking down the river towards Thames Ditton


Black and grey chalk over pencil, heightened with white;

signed on the original wash-line mount, lower centre: W.A. Barron delineavit 1775. / VIEW OF HAMPTON-COURT AND THE RIVER; LOOKING TOWDS

THAMES DITTON.- / This Drawing obtain'd the first Premium from the Society for the Encouragement of Art. Manufactures & Commerce in London A:D; 1776

420 by 654 mm (drawing)

594 by 825 mm (mount)


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Condition Report

The work has suffered with time. In places the surface is rubbed. The paper has darkened and there are a number of tears and creases at the edges of both the sheet and the original mount. There is surface dirt throughout the sheet. The work is sold unframed.


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Please note that all lots in this sale will be kept at New Bond Street for 2 weeks after the sale until the 4th October. All lots after this date will be sent to our fine art storage facility in Greenford Park.

Cataloguing

Provenance

Sale, London, Sotheby's, 31 May 1961, lot 8;

with The Sabin Galleries, London;

acquired by Walter Brandt (1902-1978);

by family descent until the present owner

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Online bidding closed20 Sep 2019 | 04:30 PM GMT