103

No 103

From the sketch of a scene in the neighbourhood of Grasmere.

Cobalt is the only Blue used in this picture.

Size 19in x 13in 

Sent to Glasgow July 22nd 1837

Returned December 27th 1837

Varnished March 12th 1838

Sold to Mr. E. Parkes 6 guineas

 

104

No 104 

Scene in the meadows near Offchurch

Size 13in x 9in 

January 5th 1837

Sent to Manchester July 28th 

Returned  Dec 2nd.

Sent to Edinburgh Dec 14th 1838

Returned April 16th.

105

No 105

Scene on the River Brathay Westmorland

Size 29in x 19 1/4in 

January 20th 1837

Sent to Manchester July 28th

Returned December 2nd

Varnished April 30th 1838

Sent to Worcester May 2nd 1838 

Sent to Birmingham 1838

Sent to Edinburgh December 10th 1839

To Mr. J. White in exchange for a watch 

106

No 106

Scene on the Avon at Wolston

Size 19in x 13in 

January 20th 1837

Sent to Manchester July 28th

Returned December 2nd

Sent to Worcester May 2nd 1838

Exhibited at Birmingham 1838

Presented to Mrs H. Dale

Photo Image Cambridge Fine Art

107

No 107

From a sketch made at the Leasowes, the grounds of Shenstone near Halesowen in 1832

The Sky of this Picture is Ultramarine the blue used in the landscape is principally Outremer Guimet or French blue. 

Size 20in x 16 1/2in 

April 9th 1837

Sent to Birmingham July 28th /37

Returned December 19th

Sent to Glasgow July 24th 1838

Sold at Glasgow £14 with frame

worth £4 or £5

108

No 108

From a sketch made last Summer near the village of Honingham.

Outremer Guimet is used in the Sky and also considerably in the landscape.

Size 19in x 13in

April 19th 1837

Sold to Mr. Edwin Parkes, Birmingham

Private Collection

Image below right is a watercolour

sketch painted in 1836 for No 108

109

No 109

This is a repetition of No 106 with the light reversed and the introduction of Autumnal hues.

 It is painted over an earlier picture (No 35) painted in 1832.

The Sky is Outremer Guimet and this blue is used considerably in other parts of the picture.

Size 13in x 19in

May 28th 1837.

Sent to Edinburgh December 18th.

Returned April 6th 1838

Varnished April 16th 1838

Varnished a second time January 15th 1840.

Presented to my brother Edward 

110

No 110

A scene on the River Bathay a mile or so above Windermere.

In the sky and distance Cobalt is used.

Size 13in x 9in

May 28th 1837

Sent to Manchester July 28th 1837

Sold at Manchester 5 guineas 

111

No 111

Scene on the old Warwick Road leading to Kenilworth

Size 30in x 25in

May 28th 1837

Sent to Birmingham July 28th 

Returned December 19th

Sent to Manchester July 24th 1838

Sold £22.12s. 06 with frame

112

No 112

Scene on the River Rothay near Ambleside

Size 12in x 10in 

June 17th 1837

Sent to Glasgow July 22nd 1837

Returned December 27th/37

Varnished March 8th 1838

Sold to Mr. E. Parkes £3 

113

No 113

Lane scene between Ambleside and Rydal, Westmoreland

Size 19in x 13in 

June 17th 1837

To Mr. Moseley of Derby in exchange for a frames 

Private Collection

114

No 114

Painted (in 1836) from a scene near Ryton-upon-Dunsmore

Size 14in x 10in 

June 17th 1837

Varnished March 8th 1838

Sold to Mr. E. Parks £2.2s

(Photo credit: Leamington  Art Gallery & Museum)

115

No 115

Windermere looking towards the foot of the Lake

Size 29in x 19 1/4in 

July 27th 1837

Sent to Birmingham July 28th 

Returned December 19th.

To Mr. J. White in exchange May 1850

116

No 116

Scene in Stoneleigh Park

Size 19in x 13in 

October 3rd 1837

Introduced during last week three small figures, have today varnished slightly with Mastic April 1st 1839.

Sold £5 to Mr. E. Parkes April 8th 1839

117

No 117

Ullswater fromPooley Bridge

Size 15in x 9 1/2in.

In the sky and distance Cobalt is used. 

Painted for Mr. R. F. Sturges November 1st 1837

Photo Credit: Birmingham Museums Trust

118

No 118                              

Windermere from near Low - Wood Inn.

Sky and distance in Cobalt. Painted in the Spring of the present year

November 1st 1837

Size 19in x 13in

Sold to Mr. J. White £4 

119

No 119

Scene on the River Brathay Westmoreland

Size 12in x 10in 

Painted before Miss Atty November 1st 1837

Sold to Mr. E. Parkes  £2.2s

120

No 120

From a sketch made in or near Borrowdale

Size 13in x 9in

November 14th 1837

Sent to Edinburgh December 13th/37

Sold at Edinburgh 6 guineas with frame

121

No 121

Ullswater looking towards the head of the Lake

Size 19in x 13in 

December 2nd 1837

Sent to Edinburgh December 13th  1837

Sold at Edinburgh 10 guineas including frame

122

No 122

From a sketch made at Brathay near the head of Windermere, Sky and distance painted with Cobalt

Size 13in x 9in

December 9th 1837

Sent to Worcester, May 2nd 1838

Afterwards exhibited in Birmingham and sold there. November 1838.

£6.6s  including frame

 

By Thomas Baker but not recorded in his diary.

 

dated by style to 1837  

Scene in Packington Park home of the Earl of Ayeslford

Size 13in x 9in

On canvas