17 July 2017

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Bryan's dictionary of painters and engravers   

Auction Date / Lot No.: 17 July 2017 / 322

Reserve: €60

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  • New edition revised and enlarged by George C. Williamson, published by Kennikat, Port Washington, New York, 1964. Fifth Ed. in 5 volumes, 8 ov, in brown boards with gilt lettering on spine. Very good condition, some scuffing of corners. (5)

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BOOK PLATES FOR FRIEDRICH LACHMANN AND ERNEST A. TAYLOR (2)
BOOK PLATES FOR FRIEDRICH LACHMANN AND ERNEST A. TAYLOR (2)
Jessie Marion King (Scottish, 1875-1949)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 17 July 2017 / 327

Reserve: €200

  • Signature: Lachman 3.2 by 2 inches, the other
  • Medium: lithographs
  • Dimensions: 5½ x 2¼in. (13.97 x 5.72cm)
  • Provenance: Graf Collection, Munich; Private collection
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  • Jessie Marion King (20 March 1875 – 3 August 1949) was a Scottish illustrator known for her beautiful illustrated children's books. She also designed jewellery and fabric, and painted pottery. King was one of the artists known as the "Glasgow Girls".

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BOOK PLATES (7)
BOOK PLATES (7)
Joseph (J. W.) Simpson (English, 1879-1939)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 17 July 2017 / 328

Reserve: €350

  • Signature: Various sizes up to
  • Medium: lithographs
  • Dimensions: 4 x 3in. (10.16 x 7.62cm)
  • Provenance: Graf Collection, Munich; Private Collection.
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  • Includes J.W. Simpson, Maisie Phillips, E.P. B. Phillips, Olga Barbara Meyer, Moriz von Weittenhiller, and O. Larsen (2) oseph Simpson was the most famous Carlisle artist of the 20th century. Born in Carlisle, he attended Carlisle School of Art under Herbert Lees & moved on to a post as designer in Hudson Scott & Sons (later the Metal Box Company). Not content with his position he continued his art education at Glasgow School of Art. After graduation he lived in Edinburgh where he earned a living from book illustration. On moving to London he became part of an artistic circle which included Frank Brangwyn with whom he became close friends. He made a reputation for portraits of celebrities of the time including Bernard Shaw & Brangwyn.

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Munakata, Shiko, The Way Of The Woodcut  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 17 July 2017 / 331

Reserve: €200

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  • Pratt adlib press, Brooklyn, 1961. 148 of a limited edition of 300 containing three monotone woodblock prints on Okawara paper.

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