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Thomas Girtin

Above Lyme Regis, looking across Marshwood Vale, Dorset

Estimate:

70,000 - 90,000 USD

Thomas Girtin

Thomas Girtin

Above Lyme Regis, looking across Marshwood Vale, Dorset

Above Lyme Regis, looking across Marshwood Vale, Dorset

Estimate:

70,000 - 90,000 USD

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Thomas Girtin

Southwark 1775 - 1802 London

Above Lyme Regis, looking across Marshwood Vale, Dorset


Watercolor over pencil 

248 by 517 mm; 9¾ by 20⅜ in.

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Charles Sackville Bale (1791-1880);
his executor's sale, London, Christie's, 13 May 1881, lot 87 (22 gns to Palser);
Edward Cohen (1816-1886),
by descent to his niece Mrs Oswald;
Sir Edward Marsh (1872-1953);
Sydney L. Courtauld (1840-1899),
by descent to Major (later Sir) Stephen Courtauld (1883-1967);
with Agnew's, London, 1931,
by whom sold to a British Private Collector,
by descent until,
sale, London, Christie's, 9 December 2015, lot 213
T. Girtin and D. Loshak, The Art of Thomas Girtin, London 1954, p. 166, no. 240;
G. Smith, Thomas Girtin: The Art of Watercolour, London 2002, p. 146, no. 108
London, Burlington Fine Arts Club, 1916, no. 107;
London, Agnew's, Annual Exhibition of Selected Watercolour Drawings, 1931, no. 103