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Description

Lot 272

Tuesday 07 Feb, 2017 - 10.00am

Early 19th Century English school - Oil painting - Royal Naval wooden warship in full sail and other sailing boats with dockyard to background, oak panel 11ins x 15.5ins, unsigned, in ebonised frame
Note: Bears imprinted label to verso for William Cribb (Carver and Gilder of 34 Kings Street, Convent Garden, London). Cribb, formerly of 13 Tavistock Street occupied the King Street premises between 1820 and 1861. Cribb was also a dealer and went onto launch the career of Thomas Sidney Cooper in 1832 ("T.Sidney Copper, My Life", 1891, Pgs. 139-140 and 153-4)

Estimate £200 - 300 Sold for £980

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป