• Marshland Village

    by Edward Brian Seago

    £85,000
    Edward Seago was an English artist who mostly painted oils and watercolours. He travelled widely during his life starting from the 1930s when he joined a circus to Venice. He also visited Northern France, Holland, Portugal, Hong Kong, Antarctica and Africa. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 55.9 x 91.4 cm/22.0 x 36.0 ins SIGNATURE: Signed 'Edward Seago' (lower left) MEDIUM: Oil on board
  • A Barnyard in Norfolk

    by Edward Brian Seago

    £65,000
    Edward Seago was an English artist who mostly painted oils and watercolours. He travelled widely during his life starting from the 1930s when he joined a circus to Venice. He also visited Northern France, Holland, Portugal, Hong Kong, Antarctica and Africa. DIMENSIONS: (unframed)20.0 x 30.0 ins/ 50.8 x 76.2 cm SIGNATURE: Signed ‘Edward Seago’ (lower left) MEDIUM: Oil on board
  • Depicting the port of Fécamp, in Seine-Maritime in Upper Normandy, the present work is a stunning and graceful testament to Boudin’s favourite subject and to his mature style. Following the Franco-Prussian war of 1870, there was a struggle to understand and define the new national identity within France, and this struggle very much informed Boudin’s artistic pursuits. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 44.5 x 63.5 cm/ 17.5 x 25.0 ins SIGNATURE: Signed ‘E. Boudin’ (lower left) MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • Gustave Loiseau was a French Post-Impressionist painter, known for his landscape paintings and Parisian Street scenes. He was a great traveller, painting throughout France but was drawn primarily to the Normandy coast, including the locations Dieppe, Fécamp, and Étretat. The elemental beauty of this vibrant cityscape is created with several components of Loiseau’s signature style. The blend of foliage and the coursing river shows the predominance of the inhabitants of the French Brittany Coast for structuring their cities around the local waterways. At this coastal harbour entrance to the important port of Fécamp, halfway between Dieppe and Le Havre. Dimensions: (unframed) 46.3 x 55.1 cm/ 18.2 x 21.7 ins Signature: Signed 'G. Loiseau' (lower left) Medium: Oil on canvas
  • Sous Bois

    by Louis Valtat

    £175,000
    Valtat’s brushwork employs light strokes inspired by the Impressionists, combined with strong outlines influenced by his contemporaries. He is known as a member of the fauvists – sometimes translated as “wild beasts” for their aggressive use of colour. Dimensions: (unframed) 25.5 x 21.3 in Signature: Signed (lower left) Medium: Oil on canvas
  • Rue et Paysage Ensoleille

    by Henri Martin

    P.O.A.
    Henri Jean Guillaume Martin was a French painter known for his Neo-Impressionist paintings. Like the work of Pierre Puvis de Chavannes, Martin’s paintings merge Symbolist imagery with controlled Pointillist brushstrokes and pastel colours. The village of Collioure, situated in the foothills of the Pyrenees not far from the Spanish border, already boasted a rich artistic tradition by the time Henri Martin settled there in 1923. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 36.3 x 30.0 ins/ 92.1 x 76.2 cm SIGNATURE: Signed 'Henri Martin' (lower right) MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • Impressionist Paintings

    Labastide-du-Vert, 1916

    by Henri Martin

    P.O.A.
    Henri Jean Guillaume Martin was a French painter known for his Neo-Impressionist paintings. Like the work of Pierre Puvis de Chavannes, Martin’s paintings merge Symbolist imagery with controlled Pointillist brushstrokes and pastel colours. In 1900 Martin’s career moved into the phase for which he is now justly renowned. He purchased ‘Marquayrol’ in Labastide-du-Vert in Lot where he lived and painted for the rest of his long life. Marquayrol, an old farmhouse with a beautiful garden and extensive views provided much of his subject matter over the years to come. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 27.5 x 39.0 ins/ 69.9 x 99.1 cm SIGNATURE: Signed 'Henri Martin' (lower left) MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • Henri Le Sidaner was a French painter best known for his Intimiste—or intimate portrayals of domestic interiors using Impressionist techniques—depictions of quiet street corners and gardens. Sidaner utilized uneven, dappled brushstrokes to create atmospheric and glowing light in his paintings. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 28.75 x 36.25 in./73 x 92.1 cm SIGNATURE: Signed lower left MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • The Fisherman

    by Walter Langley

    £18,500
    Politically left wing for his era, Langley was noted for his social realist portrayals of working class figures, particularly fishermen and their families. He was a supporter of Charles Bradlaugh, a radical socialist politician. His own working-class background enabled him to identify with the villagers and the hardships they endured, many of his paintings reflect this sympathy with the working-class fisher-folk amongst whom he lived. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 38.1 x 48.3 cm/15.0 x 19.0 ins SIGNATURE: Signed and dated '91 MEDIUM: Watercolour
  • St-Raphaël, 1908

    by Jeanne Selmersheim-Desgrange

    £19,500
    Selmersheim-Desgrange lived and loved the area around St. Tropez –  and she replicated the relaxed atmosphere, the intense light, the brilliant earthen colors, dark tree silhouettes, and azure seas in her work as can be seen in this composition. Signac and Selmersheim-Desgrange lived in a small house in the South of France – “La Hune” and throughout her association with Signac, Jeanne was happy and most contented to stay in the shadows of “her great master.” DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 50.3 x 65.5 cm/19.8 x 25.8 ins SIGNATURE: Titled and dated 'St-Raphaël 1908' (lower right) MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • Vent, Beau Temps, au Large (Deauville)

    by Andre Hambourg

    £20,000
    In 1970, Hambourg was sufficiently well-known to be granted a retrospective of five hundred paintings at the Maison de Culture in Bourges, and exhibitions and commissions continued all over the world until his death. The Normandy coastline remains one of the most collectable subjects of Hambourg’s career. Today his works can be found in the collections of museums such as the Musée National d’Art Moderne, the Musée National de la Marine, and the Musée des Arts d’Afrique et d’Océanie. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 8.8 x 13.8 in./22.4 x 35.1 cm SIGNATURE: Signed 'A. Hambourg' (lower left); titled and inscribed (verso) MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • 5644-henri-Le-Sidaner-Le-chamber-bleu-Villefranche

    Le Chamber Bleu Villefranche Sur Mer, c 1927

    by Henri Eugene Augustin Le Sidaner

    P.O.A.
    Le Sidaner said that no landscape was worth painting unless it was enhanced by some play of light. He experimented with all sources of light, including sunlight, sunset and the illuminating “clair de lune”. The son of a sea captain, he was drawn in particular to the play of light on water. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 18.0 x 21.0 in./ 45.7 x 53.3 cm SIGNATURE: Signed lower right MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • Harbour Corner, Ibiza, 1936

    by Hilda Clements Hassel

    £6,800
    DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 14.00 x 18.00 in./ 35.56 x 45.72 cm MEDIUM: Oil on panel
  • A Sailboat in the Arctic

    by John Steven Dews

    P.O.A.
    DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 50.8 x 71.1 cms/ 20.0 x 28.0 ins SIGNATURE: Signed ‘J Steven Dews’ lower left MEDIUM: Oil on canvas  
  • Boats in a port

    by Hilda Clements Hassel

    £3,750
    DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 22 x 18 ins (56 x 46 cms) SIGNATURE: Signed lower right MEDIUM: Watercolour on paper
  • Saint Tropez

    by Lucien Neuquelman

    £35,000
    In this work Neuquelman has used his characteristically bright palette and energetic, short brushstrokes, to create this view of Saint Tropez. Neuquelman very much enjoyed painting landscapes, not only in the South of France but also views of Paris and Brittany. A Parisian gallery organised a retrospective of his work in 1945. Rather than mixing the colours on a palette, the colours have been applied onto the canvas separately. In the foreground the contrasting colours of green, blue and red help to add a sense of depth to the canvas, just as the red and orange used in the sea contrast with the blue, creating a sense of depth and movement to the water’s surface. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 23.5 x 31.8 ins/ 59.7 x 80.8 cm SIGNATURE: Signed lower right MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • Le pont suspendu de Triel sur Seine exemplifies Gustave Loiseau's life-long fascination for the Seine and its tributaries. Set in a village north west of Paris, the work captures the passing of the water in a moment of muted light. Avoiding the strong light of midday, Loiseau often preferred the softer crepuscular light of morning or evening. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 23.6 x 31.9 ins/ 60.0 x 81.0 cms SIGNATURE: Signed 'G. Loiseau' and dated (lower left) MEDIUM: Oil on canvas    
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