LOT 009 £20/25 (11:04AM)

A Gilbert Holloway limited edition print, 'Unloading race horses', and a large steel etching on vellum paper of Salisbury Cathedral, after John Constable; together with a loose coloured print of a female saint after Edgar Maxence, and a miscellaneous selection of framed prints, including limited editions relating to golf and horse racing, etc. (quantity) [end of collectors' shelves by cafe door] (3)

LOT 020 £40/60 (11:09AM)

A large chromolithograph of 'The Naughty Puss' after Louis Wain; a pair of chromolithographs of children in a dog cart; and a 19th century wool work picture of a man in his study reading a newspaper, the last three in bird's eye maple frames (4)

LOT 024 £50/80 (11:12AM)

An antique leaded stained glass roundel with motto around a stag's head (40 cm diameter). (NB The motto, 'Ars longa, vita brevis' ['Art is long, life is short'] is the Latin translation of an aphorism coming originally from Hippocrates' 'Aphorismi'.) [hanging above stairwell]

LOT 047 £30/50 (11:28AM)

[Lots 47-72 by the artist Anna Mayerson (b. 1906, Austria, d. 1984, London), and from her estate. She signed usually thus, as Mayerson (or with initials A.M.), although earlier, as an Austrian refugee Jew, she used the form Mayersohn. The form Meyrson also occurs. Mayerson studied at the Kunstgewerbemuseum, Zurich, and at the Art Academy, Vienna, and after emigrating from Vienna to London in 1938 at the Slade School. She exhibited at the Modern Art Gallery, in a solo exhibition at the Leger Gallery (1943), at the Redfern Gallery (with others including Graham Sutherland, 1948), and at the Hanover Gallery, London. She also had solo exhibitions in Rome (1961) and London (1972). She moved to Taormina in 1949 (see lot 71, 'Sicilian family'), returning to London in 1959.] Anna Mayerson, a mixed media on paper, portrait of a young woman with flowers (51 x 36 cm), unframed (PROVENANCE: From the estate of Gillian Beckles)[silver shelves]

LOT 051 £50/60 (11:31AM)

Anna Mayerson, mixed method abstract, 'The Nose', and another abstract with gourd, together with a mixed method portrait (largest 101 x 73 cm) (3) (PROVENANCE: From the estate of Gillian Beckles) [end of silver shelves]

LOT 052 £50/60 (11:31AM)

Anna Mayerson, an oils on board of a seated female nude, signed with initials, together with a surreal abstract oils on board (largest 100 x 53 cm) (PROVENANCE: From the estate of Gillian Beckles) [railings by silver shelves]

LOT 072 £100/150 (11:43AM)

Anna Mayerson, a large quantity of pen, ink and coloured crayon illustrations for fairy tales by the artist (Part 1 & 2), together with a framed small duo of drawings, 'The Clown' and 'The Violinist' (quantity) (PROVENANCE: From the estate of Gillian Beckles) [silver shelves]


LOT 079 £80/100 (11:48AM)

H. Bagshawe, an oils on card of a crofter sharing his porridge with his collie, signed and dated 1911, and an antique stipple engraving of a country lane (largest 23 x 29 cm), both framed, the second in a good gilt frame (2)

LOT 080 £50/60 (11:48AM)

Mati Basis, a modern limited edition print, 'Sunday afternoon 1977', signed, together with a limited edition Rowley Friers print, 'Fair Day', signed, and two R. Fenbo mixed method pictures, signed (largest 45 x 39 cm), all framed (4)


LOT 081 £50/60 (11:48AM)

Thomas Colman Dibdin, a watercolour, 'St Paul's from the General Post Office', signed and dated 1837, together with two coloured lithographs after Thomas Shotterboys, and a reproduction print (40 x 31 cm), all framed (4)


LOT 087 £20/40 (11:52AM)

A pair of 19th century French coloured engravings: 'A day's widowhood' and 'A year's widowhood', both in period frames; and other framed prints including a signed limited edition artist's proof mixed method print, 'Something's coming', a Paul Henry print, and a print of St Patrick's, Dublin, etc. (quantity)