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Daniel Goddard is a director and head of the picture department. He has recently catalogued and organised two major sales of paintings by Robert Lenkiewicz (1941-2002), which raised in excess of £3 million.
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Review Entries for Day Friday, April 19, 2013

The watercolour view of Teignmouth from Shaldon (FS18/359) looking west along the South Devon Coast was painted around 1820 and is in the style of William Payne who has a particular watercolour paint, Payne’s Grey, named after him.

 

English School Circa 1820 - Teignmouth from the West

In the foreground is a small Devon farmhouse and along the coast, looking to Exmouth, are various fishing boats. My favourite details are in the activity and buildings and boats in Teignmouth harbour. From the left side there is a fish market on the beach and the main beach and promenade are busy with fashionable Regency holiday makers. The best bit though is just off the beach where a team of fishermen and netting a shoal of bass! The estimate for this watercolour is £200-£300.

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