Tue, 3rd Nov 2015 12:00

Maritime and Scientific Models, Instruments & Art ('Encounter')

 
  Lot 21
 

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Charles Edward Dixon (British, 1872-1934)<br/>The...

Charles Edward Dixon (British, 1872-1934)
The Royal Yacht 'Britannia' racing at the Rothesay Regatta; 'Zenita' Wins the King's Cup; the Royal Yacht ['Victoria & Albert III'] at Rothesay; and the Fleet at the tail of the Bank
Grisaille and watercolour
The lower three graphics signed 'Charles Dixon' (lower left), dated 1920 (lower left) and initialled 'CD' (top left)
17½ x 29in. (44.5 x 73.5cm.)

Provenance: N.R. Omell: Marine Paintings of the 18th, 19th and 20th Centuries, 1986, item no. 35.

Sold for £3,968
Estimated at £2,500 - £4,000

(inc. buyer's premium of 24%)


Condition Report
Fine overall condition.
Framed dims: 28 x 39in.

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Charles Edward Dixon (British, 1872-1934)
The Royal Yacht 'Britannia' racing at the Rothesay Regatta; 'Zenita' Wins the King's Cup; the Royal Yacht ['Victoria & Albert III'] at Rothesay; and the Fleet at the tail of the Bank
Grisaille and watercolour
The lower three graphics signed 'Charles Dixon' (lower left), dated 1920 (lower left) and initialled 'CD' (top left)
17½ x 29in. (44.5 x 73.5cm.)

Provenance: N.R. Omell: Marine Paintings of the 18th, 19th and 20th Centuries, 1986, item no. 35.