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Art Works in Different Mediums

Art work in different mediums has always been popular and the lots in our first London auction were no exception.

The first lot of the auction a oil on canvas by Robert Taylor Carson proved this point by selling for a subtle £2000, which was above the estimate.
Other lots also showed promise in a strong marketplace.

Lot 55
A signed Jacob Kramer framed profile study.
Sold for £260

Lot 53
A 19th Century watercolour by Andrew Garrick Gow (1848-1920) depicting children shoe cleaners by The Thames, signed lower right, original gesso frame
Sold for £300

Lot 44
A late18th century oil on canvas depicting an interior of a cave with smugglers. Christies stencilled numbers on reverse.
Sold for £600

Lot 14
David McCall Johnson, A hand tinted lithograph depicting Around the World in 80 days, Phileas Fogg, Sutee funeral pyre.
Sold for £500

Lot 10
A continental Oil painting of frolicking nudes by Gervais in original Frame.
Sold for £600

Lot 45
A 19th Century oil on canvas landscape study of the "Harvest" unframed.
Sold for £220

Lot 59
William Simpson (1823-1899). Mount Ida, Island of Crete, Greece. Pencil, brush, watercolour and gouache on two sketchbook pages. Signed, inscribed and dated, January 1869.
Sold for £460

Lot 1
Robert Taylor Carson (1919-2008) oil on canvas self-portrait by cottage, Irish interest.
Sold for £2,000

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