British

Alfred Gomersal Vickers ( 1810 - 1837) The Cathedral of Prince St. Vladimir inscribed 'Church of St. Nicholas of The Bath and part of the port line bridge. Petersburg' (on the reverse)
watercolour heightened with white and gum arabic, on paper
24.5 x 37.5 cm (9¾ x 14¾ in)
Frederick Nash (British 1782 - 1856) The Seine, Looking Towards the Louvre and the Pont Royal watercolour over pencil with bodycolour, scratching out and gum arabic
21.2 x 32.2 cm (8⅜ x 12⅞ in)
Henry Charles Brewer (British 1866 - 1950) The Cathedral of the Dormition, Moscow signed 'Henry C Brewer R.I.' (lower left)
watercolour on paper
32 x 45 cm (12½ x 17¾ in)
Humphrey Repton (Bury St Edmunds 1752 - Romford 1818) A Scene in the Garden at Brandsbury, Willesden inscribed 'A Scene in the garden at Brandsbury, seat of Lady Salisbury' on the original washline mount
watercolour
14.3 x 21.7 cm (5¾ x 8½ in)
James Duffield Harding (London 1798 - London 1863) Bologna watercolour over pencil heightened with bodycolour and gum arabic
19.6 x 29.4 cm (7¾ x 11½ in)
John Varley (London 1778 - London 1842) Figures on a path by the Thames signed ‘J Varley’ (lower right)
watercolour on paper
8.5 x 13 cm (3¼ x 5¼ in)
Jonathan Kenworthy (Westmoreland 1943 ) Afghan Head with Two Riders Fighting for a Carcass signed ‘Kenworthy’ (lower right)
pen, crayon, ink and wash on paper
27 x 37 cm (10⅝ x 14½ in)

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Two Chapandaz
signed ‘Kenworthy’ (lower left)
pen, ink and wash on paper
20.1 x 28.6 cm (7⅞ x 11¼ in)
Joseph Mallord William Turner, R.A. (London 1775 - London 1851) Arno, A Villa Among Trees and Bushes pencil and watercolour
18 x 23.5 cm (7⅛ x 9¼ in)
Philipe-Jacques de Loutherbourg, R.A. (Strasbourg 1740 - Chiswick 1812) Two Men, One Sleeping with inscription ‘J. Loutherbourg’ (on the mount)
pen and black ink, grey wash
13.6 x 12.4 cm (5⅜ x 4⅞ in)
Philipe-Jacques de Loutherbourg, R.A. (Strasbourg 1740 - Chiswick 1812) Smugglers on the English Coast pen and brown ink, brown and grey wash, oval
22.8 x 31.7 cm (9 x 12½ in)
Samuel Bough (Carlisle 1822 - Edinburgh 1878) A Border Tower signed ‘Sam Bough’ (lower left)
watercolour
25 x 42.2 cm (9⅞ x 15⅝ in)
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)
Sir Thomas Edward Gordon (Aberdeen, Scotland 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)
Thomas Allom (London 1804 - London 1872) Constantinople from the Entrance of the Golden Horn watercolour heightened with bodycolour
30.5 x 42.5 cm (12 x 16¾ in)
Tristram Ellis (Great Malvern 1844 - London 1922) The Bosphorus, Constantinople signed, inscribed and dated ‘Tristram Ellis Constantinople 1907’ (lower left)
watercolour
17.2 x 37.3 cm (6¾ x 14¾ in)
William McConnell (British fl.1850 - 1890) An Officer in a Horse-Drawn Carriage, St. Petersburg inscribed and dated ‘Petersburg/2 April 1875’ (lower left);
further inscribed and dated ‘22 april 1875/ St. Petersburg’ (lower right)
pencil, pen and black ink and watercolour on paper, heightened with white
12.6 x 21 cm (5 x 8¼ in)
William Simpson (Glasgow 1823 - 1899) Circassians at the Fort of Waia, 8th October 1855 inscribed 'Circassians at the Fort of Waia/ 8th Octr 1855' (lower left), signed and dated 'Wm Simpson/ 1858' (lower right)
pencil and watercolour on paper
25.4 x 42.6 cm (10 x 16¾ in)
William Simpson (Glasgow 1823 - 1899) Circassia. Tcherkess of the Soubash. signed and dated ‘Wm. Simpson. 1875’ (lower right) and inscribed ‘Circassians’ (lower left), signed again ‘Wm. Simpson.’ and inscribed as titled on The Fine Art Gallery label (on the reverse)
pencil and watercolour heightened with white on paper
17.2 x 12 cm (6¾ x 4¾ in)
William Simpson (Glasgow 1823 - 1899) Mongolia. Group near the Great Wall of China. signed and dated ‘Wm. Simpson 1875’ (lower left) and inscribed ‘Mongolians. Great Wall of China.’ (lower right),
signed again ‘Wm. Simpson’ and inscribed as titled on The Fine Art Gallery label (on the reverse)
pencil and watercolour heightened with white on paper
17.2 x 12 cm (6¾ x 4¾ in)