187

No 187

From a sketch made in 1833 in the Holly Walk Lane. See No 54. This picture is not so full and close as the first, more openness being admitted in the distant portions. Painted up at once (or nearly so) with simple oil colour on a rather coarse thready canvas.

Size 14in x 10in 

January 1842

Isinglass Varnished with Mastic, December 1842

Sold to Mr. E. Parkes £4.4s

188

No 188

River scene,  Derbyshire. From the same sketch with No 163 ( which see for outline of subject)

The ground of this is White oil-paint laid upon an abandoned picture. This is painted up at once with simple oil colour.

Size 19in x 13in 

January 29th 1842

Isinglass Varnished with Mastic Jan 6th 1843

Sent to the British Institution January 13th 1843

To Newcastle - upon - Tyne July 19th 1843

Sold 12 Guineas including frame  

189

No 189

Distant view of Haddon Hall from the same sketch as No 172. from which this differs principally in the introduction of the cattle.

Painted with the simple oil-colours

Size 13in x 9in 

February 25th 1842

Isinglass and varnished with Mastic July 20th 1842

Sent to Newcastle - upon - Tyne July 22nd 1842 and sold there. The Hon: Liddell the  purchaser

6 guineas including frame

In the diary but no number 

No Number

Whitnash Church

Painted on mahogany, afternoon effect. Simple oil paint

February 1842

Varnished upon Isinglass March 28th 1843

Sent to Dublin April 10th 1843

Sold  Mr. John O'Halloran purchaser

190

No 190

Warwick Castle. Painted up at once (on a white oil paint ground) with the simple oil - colour 

Size 19in x 13in 

March 12th 1842

Isinglass Varnished upon this April 1st 1843

Sent to Dublin April 10th 1843

Sold at Dublin April 10th 1843

10 guineas including frame

 Photo Credit: Herbert Art Gallery & Museum

191

No 191

Nearly a repetition of an early  picture   No 24 which was on a larger scale. Oil only is used on this picture. 

Size 13in x 9in 

April 1842

Isinglass Mastic July 18th 1842 

Sent to Newcastle - upon - Tyne July 22nd 1842

Sold at Newcastle 6 guineas including frame 

The  Hon: Liddell the purchaser

192

No 192

From a sketch at Stoneleigh, the scene simplified to the verge of meagreness. 

Size 12in x 10in 

May 5th 1842

Varnished April 14th 1843

193

No 193

Rather distant view of Haddon Hall. This is nearly a repetition of No 177, but perhaps scarcely so good a picture

Size 19in x 13in 

May 5th 1842

Varnished December 1842

Sent to the British Institution January 13th 1843

Second course of the varnish June 12th 1843

To Newcastle - upon - Tyne July 19th 1843

Sold April 3rd 1848 to Mr. F. H. Henshaw

194

No 194

Partly from the same sketch as No 185

The simple oil - paints are alone used

Size 22in x 17in 

May 1842

Isinglass Varnished December 1842

Sent to Dublin April 10th 1843

Sold at Dublin 16 guineas including the frame

195

No 195

Partly Coposition founded upon sketches of Lane and scene near Radford. Linseed oil alone used

Size 30in x 25in 

August 20th 1842

Sent to Birmingham August 22nd 1842

Varnished over Isinglass March 28th 1843

Sent to Dublin April 10th 

Sold in Dublin £25 including frame

196

No 196

Scene at Lillington. With the exception of the sky, completed at one painting. The simple oil colour alone used

Size 12in x 10in

September 17th 1842

Isinglass Varnished with Mastic Jan 6th 1843.

Sent to the British Institution January 15th 1843.

Sold in the British Institution £7 with frame

George Faulkner Esq.purchaser

197

No 197

The upper part of the Holly Walk Leamington.

On absorbent canvas, white paint upon this forms the ground of the picture. Painted, as nearly as was practicable up at once without dryer.

Size 19in x 13in 

November 26th 1842

Isinglass Varnished with Mastic Jan 11th 1843

Second Varnish June 14th 1843

Sent to the British Institution Jan 13th 1843

To Newcastle - upon - Tyne July 19th 1843

Sent to Dublin April 1844

Sold at Dublin £12 with frame

198

No 198

 Widemarsh near Hereford. Ground of the picture as 197; as also the mode of painting

Size 13in x 9in 

November 26th 1842

Presented to Mrs  Pierce of Holme near Hereford 

199

No 199

Composition landscape the parts having been obtained from nature.

On canvas painted up at once (with corrections of course) with the simple colour. The sky is of the Ultramarine a suspected specimen. Painted in December 1842 but with more last touches in January 1843.  It is dated 1842

January 15th 1843

Size 19in x 13in

Varnished April 10th 1843 

and sent to Dublin

Sold at Dublin £12 including frame

Private Collection