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    TUESDAY 6th OcTObEr 2015



    Commencing not before 2.30pm

    Pictures will be on view on:

    Friday 2nd October 9.00am to 5.15pm

    Saturday 3rd October 9.00am to 1.00pm

    Sunday 4th October 2.00pm to 4.00pm

    Monday 5th October 9.00am to 5.15pm

    Limited viewing on sale day

    Enquiries: Daniel Goddard

    Tel: 01392 413100

    Email: goddardd@bhandl.co.uk

    Enquiries: Martin Scadgell

    Tel: 01392 413100

    Email: scadgellm@bhandl.co.uk

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    301 • Sir Terry Frost [1915-2003] Blue Circle silkscreen print signed and numbered 76/125 in pencil along the bottom margin image 71 x 52cm.

    £800 - 1200

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    302 • Victor Vasarely [1906-1997] KST, 1976 signed and number in pencil 214/250 serigraph print in colours image size 50 x 50cm.

    £200 - 300

    Provenance. This lot is accompanied by Lo-el Fine Art certificate of authenticity dated 1992.

    303 • Yaacov Agam [b.1928] ‘Night Lights’, 1991 signed Agam and numbered 8/144 prismagraph, mixed media high gloss print and perspex prism strips in a solid white composite frame 64 x 64cm overall, and one volume Agam by Frank Popper. [2]

    £600 - 900

    Provenance. This lot is accompanied by Lo-el Fine Art certificate of authenticity dated 1992.

    Yaacov Agam creates visual works with rich colour and form to create 3-dimensional sensation and this lot includes a hard back volume titled Agam by Frank Popper.

    304 • Yaacov Agam [b.1928] Composition cinetique signed Agam and numbered 12/99 in pencil in the mount silkscreen print in colours image 22 x 32cm.

    £200 - 300

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    305 • Marzia Colonna [b.1951] Mail Torso in The Studio, circa 1986 signed bottom right collage and mixed media drawing 110 x 80cm.

    Biography. Marzia Colonna, sculptor and painter, was born in Pisa and by the age of 17 had graduated from Art School and was studying drawing in Florence. Since the early 1970s she has lived with her husband in England and since 1985 she has lived with her family in Dorset. She has had numerous exhibitions in London and southern England and major sculptures are with The Jerwood Foundation, Newby Hall, Salisbury Cathedral and Sherbourne Abbey. There is currently an exhibition of new paintings and sculpture at Sladers Yard, Bridport, Dorset.

    £400 - 600

    306 • Alan Davie [1920-2014] Magic Picture No.35 signed. inscribed and dated Feb ‘77 along the top watercolour 21 x 29cm.

    £1000 - 1500 Provenance. Sothebys, London, 7th June 2007

    307 • Sir Terry Frost [1915-2003] Sail boats under the Sun signed and dated Terry Frost ‘98 pen and ink drawing, 14 x 19cm, framed together with a 1995 Christmas card, signed and inscribed in pencil Xmas, Terry Frost ‘95 14 x 19cm.

    £250 - 350 308 Four Terry Frost books Act & Images. Works on Paper through Six Decades, Terry Frost, narrative by David Lewis, Beaux Arts, 2003 exhibition catalogue Warm Frost Inspirations. [4]

    £30 - 50

    309 No Lot.

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    310 • Mary Fedden [1915-2012] The Black Table signed and dated Fedden 1975 bottom right further signed and inscribed with title on a label attached to the stretcher oil on canvas 59 x 49cm.

    £6000 - 8000

    Provenance. Given by Mary Fedden in Hammersmith to the present owner in the 1980s

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    311 • Dame Laura Knight [1877-1970] Lydia Lopokova at The Looking Glass [also known as Dressing Room No.3] etching, 1923 signed and numbered 5/55 in pencil along the bottom margin image size 25 x 17.5cm.

    £250 - 350

    312 • Willi Kismer [20/21st Century German] ‘Roter Troso’,draped female nude signed and inscribed etching plate size 38 x 26.5cm

    £100 - 150 Provenance. Bought at the Parkview Gallery Exhibition, Bristol, in 1995. Exhibit No.7 £324.00.

    Willi Kismer was born in Duisburg, West Germany in 1951. He started a career in music playing in a rock band until 1980, after which he concentrated on the visual arts. He set up a studio in Germany and then moved to Bourgogne in France. He studied in India for a year and now works again in Germany.

    313 Toko Shinoda [b.1913] After Rain, A signed, inscribed in pencil and numbered 18/20 lithograph with colour sheet size 53 x 68cm. unframed.

    £80 – 120

    314. No Lot.

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    315 • David Bomberg [1890-1957] Figure on a Staircase pen and ink drawing 26 x 20cm.

    £800 - 1200

    Provenance. Sotheby’s Olympia 26 November 2003, lot 11.

    316 • Dame Elizabeth Frink R.A. [1930-1993] ‘Spinning Man VII’ signed FRINK and dated ‘65 in pencil bottom right numbered 10/50 in pencil bottom left lithograph image 56 x 79cm

    £600 - 800

    Provenance. With Curwen & New Academy Gallery, London.

    317. No Lot.

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    318 • Terence Loudon [1900-1949]- A still life of Summer flowers signed bottom right signed and inscribed on original artist’s label attached to the reverse oil on canvas 76 x 63.5cm, within a carved wood and gilded frame.

    £800 - 1200

    Provenance. With James Connell & Sons, London.

    319. No Lot.

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    320 Frances Mary Hodgkins [1869-1945] Figures in Mediterranean landscape signed in pencil Frances Hodgkins bottom right watercolour heightened with white 48 x 36cm.

    £4000 - 6000

    Provenance. With the Leferve Gallery. Charles Lambert Rutherston (1866-1927). Jeanette Powell nee Rutherston. Thence by family descent.

    Charles Rutherston (aka Rothenstein) was the older brother of the artist William Rothenstein (1872-1945) and Albert Rutherston (1881-1953). A successful businessman in the textile industry who had the eye and financial ability to collect and support the arts. He played a key role in the careers of Gwen and Augustus John, Paul Nash, Wyndham Lewis and Henry Moore. Throughout his life he donated selected works to national collections, including The Tate, before deciding in 1925 to leave the entirety of his collection to the City of Manchester Gallery. Biography. Frances Mary Hodgkins [1869-1945], a painter in oils and watercolours of landscapes, figures and still life. Born in Dunedin, New Zealand, trained largely by her father William Matthew Hodgkins. Studied at Dunedin Art School under the Italian, Girolamo Nerli. In 1901 she travelled to Europe and Morocco. Settling in Paris in 1908 she taught art in her own school. She returned to New Zealand in 1904-1906 and 1912-1913. She settled in St. Ives from 1914. After the war she travelled again in Europe. She held her first one man show in London in 1928. Frances joined the Seven and Five Society in 1929, and worked alongside Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson and Henry Moore. During the 1930s she exhibited regularly at the Leferve Galleries. From 1932 to 1947 she lived at Dorchester. Frances Hodgkins is most admired for the freely painted works of her later life. She is considered a lyrical colourist and an artistic descendant of Henry Matisse

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    321 • Robert O Lenkiewicz [1941-2002] Spanish Maria oil on canvas 59 x 77cm.

    £500 - 700

    Maria arrived in Plymouth in about 1970 and became part of Lenkiewicz’s circle of friends, one of whom was Pierre von Grunewald with whom she had two children. When PvG died, Maria was left to care for these children along with two others from PvGs previous relationship. Maria moved to Ibiza in the mid 1970s and subsequently moved to London.

    322 • Robert O Lenkiewicz [1941-2002] Portrait study of a Man, Project 15 Death, 1982 signed bottom right oil on board 40 x 50cm.

    £300 - 500

    323 • Robert O Lenkiewicz [1941-2002] Portrait of Hans de Rijke signed and inscribed as a gift to the sitter from the artist watercolour heightened with white 35 x 25cm.

    £300 - 500

    324 • Anthony Amos [1950-2010] Fisherman study signed, inscribed and dated 24/4/03 on the reverse oil on card 24 x 19cm.

    £300 - 500

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    325 • Robert O Lenkiewicz [1941-2002] Self-Portrait signed and inscribed watercolour heightened with bodycolour 28 x 32cm.

    £800 -1200

    326. No Lot.

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    327 • Alan Cotton [b.1936] River Otter, Evening, 1979 signed and dated oil on canvas 49 x 100cm.

    £400 - 600

    328 • Mike Gorman [Contemporary] Garden of Earthly Delights signed, inscribed and dated ‘91 on the reverse oil on canvas 73 x 88cm.

    £250 - 350

    329 • Alan Cotton [b.1936] River Otter 1979, small study signed and dated ‘79 oil on board 19 x 24.5 cm

    £200 - 300

    330 • Alan Cotton [b.1936] River Otter near Colaton Raleigh signed oil on board 12.5 x 12.5 cm

    £100 - 200 331. No Lot.

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    332 • Ken Howard [b.1932] Valerie signed and dated 28 11 88 further inscribed on the backboard watercolour and pencil drawing 18 x 13cm.

    £250 -350

    333 • Mike Gorman [Contemporary] Arlecchino signed, inscribed and dated 95 on the reverse oil on canvas board 31 x 25cm.

    £120 - 180

    334 • Peter Miller [1939-2014] Study for Seated Dancer; Dancers Against the Window two, both signed further signed and inscribed on the back board oils on board each 24 x 19cm. [2]

    £200 - 300

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    335 Mary Elizabeth Duffield [1819-1914] Still life with flowers, blossom and a bird’s nest signed bottom left