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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 Wednesday, January 15, 2014

The coronation of King Charles II took place in 1661, but not before, as Prince of Wales, the king had been chased around Cornwall, Ireland, France, Holland and the Channel Islands often with Cromwell hot on his heels.

 

 

 

 David des Grandes (FS21/321)

 

This 17th century miniature (FS21/321) painted by David des Grandes for the Royalists supporters of The Throne shows the young prince wearing a blue sash and The Order of The Garter. The miniature, which is one of a private collection of 11 miniatures, has an estimate of £2,000-£3,000.

 

From a different collection of miniatures is this charming 19th century example of a girl called Beatrice holding a pink rose (FS21/326).

 

 

 

 Beatrice holding a pink rose (FS21/326).

 

At just 3.3cm, it is fitted with a clasp for a choker and has an estimate of £400-£600.

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Review Entries for Day Tuesday, January 14, 2014

From 19th century romance to 20th century realism; in the same sale is a collection of small oil paintings by an East End criminal. The group of eight oils (FS21/372) by Jim Gilbert, who died in 1995 are melancholic and sombre and reflect the artist's tough life, mental illness and confinement.

The pictures depict the street life of the East End including some intimate family groups in a harsh and realist way. The paintings are estimated at £200-£300 each.

 

Jim Gilbert oil paintings (FS21/372)

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Review Entries for Day Friday, January 10, 2014

James Jacques Joseph Tissot; Frenchman shunned by his contemporaries, a beautiful fallen woman and a tragic love story…

 

The crushing French defeat in the Franco-Prussian War and the fall of the Paris Commune forced Tissot to leave France for London at the age of 35 in 1871. Here his society paintings were a success with the buying public and, although a great friend and mentor to Degas, this caused resentment among his French Impressionist contemporaries who considered his style photogenic and vulgar - showing the 'shallow British nouveau riche at their worst'.

 

In 1872, Tissot began exhibiting at the Royal Academy and in 1875 he met a beautiful Irish divorcee and mother called Kathleen Newton, who he clearly fell deeply in love with and who tragically died at the age of 29 in 1882. This short and intense period produced paintings dominated by the closeness of family and domesticity and his enthusiasm and skill as a painter seems to have been invigorated and energised.

 

Influences of the Orient and Japan come to the fore alongside an interest in etching and print-making and this 1875 etching from the major painting tiled Le Chapeau Rubens [Ruben’s Hat] is a nice example combining the two (FS21/307).

 

 

 

 

James Jaques Joseph Tissot

Le Chapeau Rubens (FS21/307)

 

The model does not appear to be his beloved Kathleen who has a rather majestic longer straighter nose; but Kathleen is often depicted in a Rubens hat too, so maybe it is... This is a rare etching from an edition of just 50, which bear the artist’s red monogram and the estimate is £600-£800. 

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