123

No 123

From a sketch made in Borrowdale Cumberland

Size 12in x 10in 

February 24th 1838

Mastic varnished July 23rd 1838

Sent to Manchester July 24th 1838

Returned December 17th

Cleaned off the varnish noticed above a few days since and today gave it a course of mastic Jan 11th 1840

 

124

No 124

Brook scene near Offchurch

This picture differs from No 93 only in the situation of the cattle.

The sky is French Blue the White was mixed with a little Mastic Varnish

Size 13in x 9in 

February 27th 1838

Sold to Mr. E. Parkes £3

125

No 125

Part of Derwent Water near Keswick

Cobalt Blue is used throughout the Picture.

Mastic Varnish in small quantity mixed with the White

Size 13in x 9in 

March 9th 1838

Varnished July 18th 1838

To Edinburgh December 14th 1838

Sold at Edinburgh £5 including frame

126

No 126

Distant view of Warwick from the bank of the Avon.

Size 13in x 9in 

March 13th 1838

Sold to Mr E. Parkes £2.10s

127

No 127

Ashow on the Avon

This picture was commenced as under a moonlight effect, and in that stage was used mastic varnish as a vehicle.

Size 12in x 10in

March 15th 1838

Sold to Mr. E. Parkes £2.10s

128

No 128

Lane scene near the village of Radford

Size 13in x 9in 

March 29th / 38.

Sent to Worcester May 2nd 1838

Sent to Birmingham 1838

Varnished with Mastic March 28th 1839

129

No 129

A repetition of No 101

with slight changes in the lines of mountains and in the colour of the cows

Size 13in x 9in                    

April 16th 1838

Sold to Mr. E. Parkes £2.10s

130

No 130

Scene on the River Wnion a few  miles from Dolgelly. The subject of No.56 painted in 1834 

Size 13in x 9in 

Painted June 3rd 1838

Varnished with Mastic March 28th 1839

To Manchester July 22nd/ 39

Sold there 5 guineas including frame 

131

No 131

From a slight pencil sketch by a lady (Miss Russell) of a scene in Switzerland I believe.

In the sky and distance Cobalt was used, the Cobalt being mixed with the White without additional oil

Size 13in x 9in 

June 10th 1838

Sold to Mr. Edwin Parkes £2.10s

132

Number 132 scene at Brandon copy.JPG

No 132

From a scene at Brandon which is now destroyed by the line of Railway

Size 13in x 9in 

June 16th 1838

Sold to Mr. E. Parkes £2.10s 

Photo Credit: GARPENHUS AUKTIONER

SWEDEN.

133

No 133

View of Warwick the Meadow beside the Avon

Size 17 1/4in x 11 1/2in

June 29th 1838

Sent to Manchester July 24th /38

Sold at Manchester £10.10s with frame

134

No 134

Lane scene at Stoneleigh beside the Deer Park.

In the light green, I used for the first time Field's Lemon Yellow

Size 19in x 13in 

July 2nd 1838

Sent to Glasgow July 24th / 38

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

135

No 135

Scene at Offchurch

Size 12in x 10in 

July 21st 1838

To Mr. Octavius Oakley in exchange for Books.

Sold by him to W. Matthews Esq 

136

No 136

From a scene at Chasleton

Size 19in x 13in 

July 24th 1838

To Edinburgh December 14th

Returned April 16th /39

Varnished with Mastic April 18th 1839

To Manchester July 22nd /39

Sold there £10 including frame 

137

No 137

Scene near Cubbington

The transparent parts of the trees occurring in the sky are in water-colour.

Water-colour on an oil ground I find will bear the application of oils or turpentine but not spirit of wine.

Size 12in x 10in

July 30th 1838

Sold to Mr. E. Parkes £2.10s

April 8th 1839

Photo Credit Duke's Auction House

138

138

No 138

Lane scene at Snitterfield

Size 30in x 25in 

August 12th 1838

Sent to Edinburgh December 14th 1838

Returned April 16th 1839

Varnished with copal of slow drying quality much diluted June 19th 1839.

Sent to Manchester July 22nd 1839

Sold at Manchester £20 including frame 

Photo Credit: Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum

139

No 139

Derwent water looking towards Borrowdale

Size 19in x 13in 

November 1st 1838

Varnished with Mastic.  January 4th 1840

Sent to Manchester August 5th / 40 

This painting was selected by Archibald Prentice of Manchester in the 

Manchester Association for the Promotion of the Fine Arts distribution of prizes 8 guineas 1840.

(Report of the Manchester Association for the Promotion of the Fine Arts) 

 

140

No 140

Scene on the River Rothay near Ambleside, Westmoreland 

Size 12in x 10in 

December 6th 1838

Varnished with slow drying copal Mastic 

much diluted  with turpentine June 19th 1839

Sent to Manchester July 22nd 1839

Sold at Manchester 5 guineas including frame.

 

141

No 141

Scene in the Leasowes, of part of Virgil's Grove the same in subject as 41

Size 12in x 10in

December 20th 1838

Varnished with White Lue varnish March 14th 1839.

This Lue varnish at first "brought out"

the picture well but it soon appeared to be in danger of bringing it off having cracked (for the time) visibly.

Have today taken off the varnish with slight injury to the picture. April 4th / 39

Varnished slightly with mastic and re-painted it April 9th.

A second course (slight) of Mastic given June 5th.

Varnished with my mastic Jan 1st 1840   

 

142

No 142

The subject a view looking up the small pond at the foot of  Virgil's Grove in the Leasesowes. From the same sketch No 7 was painted.

Size 12in x 10in 

Painted December 31st 1838

Varnished with Mastic March 28th 1839

Sold to Mr. E. Parkes £3

April 8th 1839

Resold in the Birmingham Exhibition

£6.6s.6d with frame