Category Archives: B & I Art

19C Country Scene Oil on Canvas by Percy Smythe

PRESENTING A VERY RARE AND HIGHLY DESIRABLE 19C Country Scene Oil on Canvas by Percy Smythe. This is an ORIGINAL oil on canvas painted by the renowned British Artist Lionel Percy Smythe. Painted circa 1880-90, it depicts a Country or Rural Scene of a small hamlet/village with thatched roofs, horses, farmers and hay carts. It…

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19C Engraving of St. Giles by J.F. Herring Snr

19C Engraving of St. Giles by J.F. Herring Snr Presenting a FABULOUS and VERY RARE, ORIGINAL Early-19th Century Engraving after a painting by John Frederick Herring Snr……engraved by Charles Hunt….circa 1832. This original engraving is of “St. Giles” ….”The Winner of the Derby Stakes at Epsom, 1832” shown with his victorious rider/jockey…Bill Scott. The engraving…

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19C Engraving of Foig A Ballagh by Harry Hall

19C Engraving of Foig A Ballagh by Harry Hall Presenting a FABULOUS and VERY RARE, ORIGINAL Early-19th Century Engraving after a painting by Harry Hall…………….engraved by Charles Hunt….circa 1844/45. This original engraving is of “Foig-A-Ballagh” ….”The Winner of the Great St. Leger Stakes at Doncaster, 1844” shown with his victorious rider/jockey…Jockey Bell. The engraving reports…

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19C Engraving of Filho Da Puta by J.F. Herring Snr

19C Engraving of Filho Da Puta by J.F. Herring Snr. Presenting a FABULOUS and VERY RARE, ORIGINAL Early-19th Century Engraving after a painting by John Frederick Herring Snr…………….engraved by M. Sutherland….circa 1815/20. This original engraving is of “Filho Da Puta” ….”The Winner of the Great St. Leger at Doncaster, 1815” shown with his victorious rider/jockey…John…

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Pair of 19C Thomas Gooch Horse Aquatints

Pair of 19C Thomas Gooch Horse Aquatints. PRESENTING a GORGEOUS little Pair of late 19th Century aquatint engravings by Thomas Gooch of horse scenes. From circa 1860-80. Both are signed “T.Gooch Inv & Fecit”. One is labeled: “As a Hunter Going Out” and the other: ” The Race Horse After Running“. Made in England.. Thomas…

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Framed Dog Prints by Cecil Aldin x10

Framed Dog Prints by Cecil Aldin x10………………… a BEAUTIFUL SET OF 10…..yes….10………..Framed Dog Prints. These framed dog prints are from the original illustrations by Cecil Aldin (a well known British illustrator and artist) for the Book…’Sleeping Partners: Cracker and Micky: Two Dogs with a Tale”. Cracker was a very special dog. The white bull terrier, with…

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Pair of Mid Century Oil on Boards by Les Dykes of Pool Hall & Arcade

Pair of Mid Century Oil on Boards by Les Dykes of Pool Hall & Arcade. PRESENTING a  VERY RARE Pair of EXTREMELY LARGE Mid-Century Oil on Boards…..painted by British Artist, Les Dykes……….featuring a pool hall scene and an arcade scene from circa 1950. The paintings are in GOOD ORIGINAL CONDITION.   The First Painting is…

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18C Oil on Copper Continental School by G. Pain

18C Oil on Copper Continental School by G. Pain. 18C Oil on Copper Continental School by G. Pain Very nice signed oil on copper from circa 1760 – 1780………..appears to be continental in origin……possibly French or German. The Medium of oil on copper was popular in the 18th Century. It is in its’ original frame.…

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19C Engraving of Grey Momus by JF Herring

19C Engraving of Grey Momus by JF Herring. Presenting a FABULOUS and VERY RARE, Mid-19th Century Engraving after a painting by John Frederick Herring Snr…………….engraved by Charles Hunt. We are of the opinion that this print was made circa 1850/60. This engraving is of “Grey Momus” …. shown with his rider/jockey…John Barham Day (who was also…

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19C Engraving of Phosphorus by JF Herring Snr

19C Engraving of Phosphorus by JF Herring Snr Presenting a FABULOUS and VERY RARE, ORIGINAL Mid-19th Century Engraving, after a painting by John Frederick Herring Snr…………….engraved by Charles Hunt….circa 1840. This original engraving is of “Phosphorus” ….”The Winner of the Derby Stakes at Epsom, 1837” shown with his victorious rider/jockey…George Edwards. The engraving reports that…

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