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Marian Ellis Rowan, 1848-1922 | Two Studies of Butterflies - New Guinea & Australia

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Estimate:

2,000

to
- 3,000 GBP

Marian Ellis Rowan, 1848-1922 | Two Studies of Butterflies - New Guinea & Australia

Marian Ellis Rowan, 1848-1922 | Two Studies of Butterflies - New Guinea & Australia

Estimate:

2,000

to
- 3,000 GBP

Lot sold:

3,780

GBP

Marian Ellis Rowan

1848-1922

Two Studies of Butterflies - New Guinea & Australia


signed l/l, Ellis Rowan

watercolours with bodycolour

2

each 56 by 38cm., 1ft. 10in., 1ft. 3in.

Good. Held in modern frames (size overall 75.5 by 58cm.) One with minute pin holes where the sheet has been previously fixed to a wall. Very decorative and of great charm. Some chips to corners of modern frames.


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In the collection of the artist's sister Blanche (Bill) Ryan;
thence by descent to Merlin Montagu Douglas Scott (1919-1941);
Sold in aid of the Merlin Trust, Christie's, London, 16 May 1995.