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Click to see full size: Mallards / ducks etching by George Vernon Stokes RA

1 ) Mallards / ducks etching by George Vernon Stokes RA (English, 1873-1954)
An artist proof limited edition coloured dry-point etching of Wild Ducks & Drakes” by George Vernon Stokes, RA (English, 1873-1954). Coloured dry-point limited edition of 75, signed in pencil in the margin, “G Vernon Stokes”, and numbered “44/75”. The reverse bears gallery label “David C. Brown Fine Art Dealer 482 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, C.2” and is inscribed in ink “Signed Proof Etching “Wild Duck & Drake” by G. Vernon Stokes”. English, circa 1930.


Paintings | Farm Animal | Artist: George Vernon Stokes | Yr: 1930 |
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Click to see full size:  A watercolour on buff paper of three Mallards / ducks and drake taking flight from a reed bed by Reuben Ward Binks

2 ) A watercolour on buff paper of three Mallards / ducks and drake taking flight from a reed bed by Reuben Ward Binks (1880 - 1950)
A watercolour on buff paper of three Mallards / ducks and drake taking flight from a reed bed by Reuben Ward Binks (1880 - 1950). Dedicated in ink to the reverse and dated “24th November 1921”. English 1921.


Paintings | Farm Animal | Artist: Reuben Ward Binks | Yr: 1921 |
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Click to see full size:  Watercolour of Mallards / ducks in flight by Thomas Blinks

3 ) Watercolour of Mallards / ducks in flight by Thomas Blinks (English, 1860-1912)
A watercolour on buff paper of three Mallards / ducks and drake in flight by Thomas Blinks (English, 1860-1912). Signed bottom left “T Blinks”. English, circa 1890.


Paintings | Farm Animal | Artist: Thomas Blinks | Yr: 1890 |
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Click to see full size: Gouache and watercolour sketch of cattle / cows by a lakeside attributable to thomas sidney cooper cvo ra (english. 1803-1902)

4 ) Gouache and watercolour sketch of cattle / cows by a lakeside attributable to Thomas Sidney Cooper CVO RA (English, 1803 1902)
Gouache and watercolour sketch on buff paper of cattle / cows gathered by a lakeside attributable to Thomas Sidney Cooper CVO RA (English, 1803 1902)


Paintings | Farm Animal | Artist: Thomas Sidney Cooper |
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Click to see full size: A 19th century oil on panel of four goats

5 ) A Victorian oil on panel of four goats / kids.
A mid-19th century Victorian oil on panel of four goats / kids. Indistinguishable signature bottom right. Circa 1850


Paintings | Farm Animal | Yr: 1830 |
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Click to see full size: Oil on canvas of an oxen

6 ) Oil on canvas of an oxen
Oil on canvas of the Durham Ox famous in the early 19th century for its shape, size and weight, and a early example of the Shorthorn breed of cattle. The Durham Ox was born in March 1796 and was bred by Charles Colling of Ketton Hall, Brafferton, near Darlington . In 1801 the ox was sold to John Day of Harmston, near Lincoln. Day renamed it the Durham Ox and had a carriage specially made to transport it, drawn by four horses. For the next five years it toured with him around England and Scotland, exhibited to the public at agricultural fairs and other events. It proved extremely popular. For most of 1802 the Durham Ox was on show in London. For more on the Durham ox See Farm Animal Portraits in Britain 1780-1900, by by Elspeth Moncrieff with Stephen and Joseph Iona published by the Antique Collectors' Club.


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Click to see full size: This is a sold item and has been left in the Public Domain for research purposes. Images are available for public use with an acknowledgement to www.hamsheregallery.com

7 ) An oil of a cockerel by Charles Emile Jacque (French, 1813 - 1894)
An oil of a cockerel by Charles Emile Jacque (French, 1813 - 1894). Signed bottom right "Ch Jacque". French circa 1880.


Paintings | Farm Animal | Artist: Charles Jacques | Yr: 1880 |
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Click to see full size: Young donkey aquatint dry-point etching by Kurt Meyer Eberhardt

8 ) Young donkey aquatint dry-point etching by Kurt Meyer Eberhardt (German, 1895 - 1957).
Aquatint dry-point etching of a standing young donkey by Kurt Meyer Eberhardt (German, 1895 - 1957). Signed in the margin in pencil bottom right "K M Eberhardt". German circa 1925.


Paintings | Farm Animal | Artist: Kurt Meyer Eberhardt | Yr: 1925 |
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Click to see full size: Pen and Ink of a family of donkeys running, the mare with two fouls by the wildlife artist and illustrator Frances Fry

9 ) Pen and Ink on card of a Mother and young Donkeys by Frances Fry
Pen and Ink of a family of donkeys running, the mare with two fouls by the wildlife artist and illustrator Frances Fry Signed in ink 'FRANCES FRY' English, late 20th century


Paintings | Farm Animal | Artist: Frances Fry |
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10 ) Ducks by Reuben Ward Binks (1880-1950)
Pen, ink and grisaille watercolour study of three Mallard ducks in flight across readed marsh lake by Reuben Ward Binks (1880-1950). Signed "WB" and titled "XMAS 1942". The work was the artist's study for his 1942 Christmas card.


Paintings | Farm Animal | Artist: Reuben Ward Binks | Yr: 1942 |
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11 ) Oil on canvas of prize sows in a barn by George Morland (English, 1763-1804)
Oil on canvas of prize sows in a barn by George Morland (English, 1763-1804) Possibly Gloucester Old Spot Pigs. For other examples See Farm Animal Portraits in Britain 1780-1900, by Elspeth Moncrieff with Stephen and Joseph Iona published by the Antique Collectors' Club.


Paintings | Farm Animal | Artist: George Morland |
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12 ) Oil on canvas of the Durham Ox famous in the early 19th century for its shape, size and weight, and a early example of the Shorthorn breed of cattle.
Oil on canvas of the Durham Ox famous in the early 19th century for its shape, size and weight, and a early example of the Shorthorn breed of cattle. The Durham Ox was born in March 1796 and was bred by Charles Colling of Ketton Hall, Brafferton, near Darlington . In 1801 the ox was sold to John Day of Harmston, near Lincoln. Day renamed it the Durham Ox and had a carriage specially made to transport it, drawn by four horses. For the next five years it toured with him around England and Scotland, exhibited to the public at agricultural fairs and other events. It proved extremely popular. For most of 1802 the Durham Ox was on show in London, For more on the Durham ox See Farm Animal Portraits in Britain 1780-1900, by Elspeth Moncrieff with Stephen and Joseph Iona published by the Antique Collectors' Club.


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13 ) Oil of a prize boar of the Berkshire Pig
Oil of a prize boar of the Berkshire Pig type, English provincial school, signed and dated 1861. SOLD


Paintings | Farm Animal | Yr: 1861 |
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14 ) Rooster /Cockrell by Charles Jacques (1813-1894)
Rooster /Cockrell by Charles Jacques (1813-1894). Oil on canvas. Signed "CH. Jacques". French, circa 1880.


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15 ) Highland Cattle by William Watson Jnr. (English, 1831-1921).
Highland Cattle in Highland scene by William Watson Jnr. (English, 1831-1921) signed "W. Watson 1878".


Paintings | Farm Animal | Artist: William Watson | Yr: 1878 |
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16 ) Sows in a barn
Oil on canvas of Pigs by James Ward R.A. (1769 - 1854). SOLD


Paintings | Farm Animal | Artist: James Ward |
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