Jan van Goyen - A Wooded Landscape with Travellers by the Swan Inn and at another Inn Opposite
Jan van Goyen (Leiden 1596 - The Hague 1656) A Wooded Landscape with Travellers by the Swan Inn and at another Inn Opposite

signed with monogram and dated ‘VG 1649’ (lower left)
oil on panel
27.8 x 37.8 cm (11 x 14⅞ in)

Jan van Goyen - A Group Of Covered Wagons And Horsemen Before A Country Inn
Jan van Goyen (Leiden 1596 - The Hague 1656) A Group Of Covered Wagons And Horsemen Before A Country Inn

signed with initials and dated in black chalk ‘VG 1653’ (lower left)
bears pencil numbering, No 9 (verso)
black chalk and grey wash, within grey ink framing lines
17 x 27.3 cm (10¾ x 6¾ in)

Sir Thomas Edward  Gordon - Lake Victoria, Great Pamir, May 2nd, 1874
Sir Thomas Edward Gordon (Aberdeen 1832 - 1914) Lake Victoria, Great Pamir, May 2nd, 1874

signed with initials ‘T.E.G.’ (lower left)
watercolour on paper
15.2 x 24.1 cm (6 x 9 ½ in)

Natalia Sergeevna Goncharova - Stage Design for 'The Firebird’, Act II
Natalia Sergeevna Goncharova (Ladizkino, near Tula 1881 - Paris 1962) Stage Design for 'The Firebird’, Act II

signed and inscribed 'Oiseau de Feu/ décors II tableau/ N. Goncharova' (lower right)
watercolour over pencil on paper, with gouache and gold paint
69 x 29.5cm (27 x 11¾in)

Konstantin Nikolaevich Filippov - Travellers in a Caucasian Landscape
Konstantin Nikolaevich Filipov (1830 - Yalta, Crimea 1878) Travellers in a Caucasian Landscape

signed ‘C. Philippoff.’ (lower right)
pencil and watercolour on paper
21.6 x 30.5 cm (8½ x 12 in)

Franz de Paula  Ferg - A Classical Landscape with a Family Resting by the Ruins of a Fountain, a Man with a Pack-Donkey Passing by
Franz de Paula Ferg (Vienna 1689 - London 1740) A Classical Landscape with a Family Resting by the Ruins of a Fountain, a Man with a Pack-Donkey Passing by

&
A Classical Landscape with a Family Resting by the Ruins, a Boy Struggling with an Obstinate Pack Mule


oil on copper, a pair
inscribed ‘AP.No83’ and ‘AP.No84 ’ (‘AP’ in monogram, on the reverses)
21.6 x 17.5 cm (8½ x 6½ in)

Allaert van Everdingen - Month of August (Virgo): The Harvest
Allaert van Everdingen (Alkmaar 1621 - Amsterdam 1675) Month of August (Virgo): The Harvest

brush and grey and brown wash
11.1 x 12.8 cm (4⅜ x 5 in)

School English - The Trinity Gate, Moscow & The Kremlin from the Moskvoretsky Bridge
English School, Nineteenth Century The Trinity Gate, Moscow & The Kremlin from the Moskvoretsky Bridge

watercolour on paper, a pair
each 26.5 x 20 cm (10½ x 7¾ in) (2)

Karel Dujardin - A Horseman Holding a Roemer of Wine with an Ostler Tending the Horses
Karel Dujardin (Amsterdam 1622 - Venice 1678) A Horseman Holding a Roemer of Wine with an Ostler Tending the Horses

oil on canvas
indistinctly signed and dated ‘K: du. Jardin/ 165(6?)’ (centre left)
34.3 x 44.4 cm (13½ x 17½ in)

Joost Cornelisz Droochsloot - Villagers Rejoice at the Return of a Cavalier
Joost Cornelisz Droochsloot (Utrecht 1586 - Utrecht 1666) Villagers Rejoice at the Return of a Cavalier

with monogram ‘J.V. DS’ (lower left)
oil on panel
53.2 x 73.2 cm (21 x 28¾ in)

Joost Cornelisz Droochsloot - Architectural Ruin with a Crowd
Joost Cornelisz Droochsloot (Utrecht 1586 - Utrecht 1666) Architectural Ruin with a Crowd

signed ‘JC Droochsloot’ (lower left)
oil on panel
36 x 57 cm (14⅛ x 22½ in)

  - The Bacino di San Marco, Venice
Apollonio Domenichini (active, Venice 1715 - 1770) The Bacino di San Marco, Venice

inscribed ‘AP Domenigini’ on the original canvas underneath the lining,
the stamp of Francis Leedham (1794-1870) on the stretcher,
and previously with an inventory number ‘309’ inscribed on the reverse of an old lining
oil on canvas
76.2 x 122.5 cm (30 x 48¼ in)

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Giovanni David - The Discovery of Romulus and Remus
Giovanni David (Gabella 1743 - Genoa 1790) The Discovery of Romulus and Remus

bears partly erased old attribution: ‘Giovanni Battista Pittoni, Venezia 1687 - 1767’ (lower right of backing sheet)
pen and grey ink and brown and grey wash, over black chalk
32.2 x 45.4 cm (12⅝ x 17⅞ in)

Benjamin Gerritsz Cuyp - Soldiers Repairing Fortifications
Benjamin Gerritsz Cuyp (Dordrecht 1612 - Dordrecht 1652) Soldiers Repairing Fortifications

signed ‘b. *uyp. f 16**’ (lower right)
oil on canvas
101.6 x 152.1 cm (40 x 59⅞ in)

Benjamin Gerritsz Cuyp - Feast with Freshly Slaughtered Meat before an Inn & Soldiers Playing Dice and a Rider before a Supply Tent
Benjamin Gerritsz Cuyp(Dordrecht 1612 - Dordrecht 1652) Feast with Freshly Slaughtered Meat before an Inn & Soldiers Playing Dice and a Rider before a Supply Tent

the feast scene with traces of a signature and date on the trough
oil on oak panel, a pair
diameter: 67.5 cm (26½ in) (tondo) (2)

John Crome - A Wooded Landscape with an Oak
John Crome (Norwich 1768 - Norwich 1821) A Wooded Landscape with an Oak

oil on panel
23.8 x 18.1 cm (9⅜ x 7⅛ in)

Giuseppe Maria Crespi - Study of a Model Posed as a Seated Hercules
Giuseppe Maria Crespi (Bologna 1665 - Bologna 1747) Study of a Model Posed as a Seated Hercules

Verso: Study of a Male Figure

red chalk (recto); black chalk (verso)
29 x 35.3 cm (11⅜ x 13⅞ in)

Sante Creara - The Flagellation
Santa Creara (Verona c. 1572 - c. 1620) The Flagellation

oil on slate
29.5 x 24.2 cm (11⅝ x 9½ in)

Lucas Cranach the Elder - The Nativity of the Virgin
Circle of Lucas Cranach the Elder (Kronach 1472 - Weimar 1553) The Nativity of the Virgin

oil on panel
110 x 95 cm (43½ x 37⅜ in)

Sir John Crampton - Two Cossacks on Guard & Study of a Log Sleigh
Sir John Crampton (Dublin 1805 - Bray 1886) Two Cossacks on Guard & Study of a Log Sleigh

one inscribed 'St. Petersburg, Feb, 1830' (upper right)
watercolour with pencil on paper
12.5 x 9.5 cm (5 x 3¾ in); 8.5 x 15 cm (3⅜ x 5⅞ in) (2)

Joos van Craesbeeck - An Interior of an Inn with a Peasant Smoking a Pipe and a Soldier Drinking, other Figures Smoking and Drinking in the Background
Joos van Craesbeeck (Neerlinter 1605 - Brussels 1661) An Interior of an Inn with a Peasant Smoking a Pipe and a Soldier Drinking, other Figures Smoking and Drinking in the Background

signed with initials ‘C B’ (centre right)
remains of the Antwerp panel maker's mark (on the reverse)
oil on panel
37 x 46.5 cm (14½ x 18¼ in)