British

Alexander Wilson (Manchester 1803 - 1846) Rush Bearing at Long Millgate, Manchester signed and dated ‘A. Wilson/Pinxt 1821’ (lower left on artists sketch pad)
oil on canvas
83.5 x 112 cm (33 x 44 in)
Charles Landseer (London 1799 - London 1879) The Census of April the 8<sup>th</sup>, 1861 inscribed on an old label attached to the stretcher;
19/Royal Academy 1861/The Census April 8th 1861/The Cook - ‘I never did tell nobody, and shan’t tell nobody.’
oil on canvas
99 x 142 cm (39 x 56 in)
Frank Stone (Manchester 1800 - London 1859) The Proposal signed ‘Frank Stone’ (lower right)
oil on canvas
88 x 113 cm (34½ x 44½ in)
Frederick Richard Lee (Barnstable 1798 - London 1879) Le Pont du Gard signed and dated ‘F.R. Lee RA 1863’ (lower right) and further signed and inscribed ‘No. 1 Le Pont du Garde- Roman Aquaduct near Nîsmes
[sic] F.R. Lee R.A.’ (on an old label on the reverse)
oil on canvas
77.5 x 107.2 cm (30½ x 42¼ in)
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)
John Frederick Herring Jnr (Doncaster 1815 - Doncaster 1907) A Corner of the Farm signed ‘J. F. Herring’ (lower centre)
oil on canvas
35.5 x 50.8 cm (14 x 20 in)

Nicholas Pocock (Bristol 1741 - Maidenhead 1821) The Burning of the Russian 74-gun Sewolod After she had been Engaged and Silenced by HMS Implacable, Captain T. Byam Martin, in the Baltic, 26 August, 1808 oil on canvas
71.7 x 101.6 cm (28¼ x 40 in)
Thomas Sidney Cooper (Canterbury 1803 - Vernon Holme 1902) Bingley Gate, Canterbury signed and dated 'T S Cooper/jan 1834' (lower centre)
oil on canvas
45.7 x 61 cm (18 x 24 in)