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Barry.
Barry.
Celcil Aldin. [Within plate.]
Printed and Published by Eyre & Spottiswoode, Ltd., His Majesty's Printers, 4 Middle Row Street, London, E.C 4, England. [n.d., c.1925.]
Photolithograph. Printed area: 285 x 300mm (11¼ x 11¾") Frame size: 560 x 560mm (22 x 22"). In original frame with damaged label on reverse. Unexamined out of frame.
A portrait of a Sealyham Terrier, looking directly towards the viewer. Following the First World War, the breed surged in popularity, however numbers have dropped significantly since then, with the breed listed as a Vulnerable Native Breed by the Kennel Club. The breed was developed between 1850 and 1891 by Captain John Edwardes, at Sealyham House, near Wolfscastle in the Welsh county of Pembrokeshire. By Cecil Aldin (1870 - 1935), British artist and illustrator best known for his paintings and sketches of animals, sports, and rural life.
[Ref: 37751]   £260.00  
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[Old English Sports & Games- Cricket.]
[Old English Sports & Games- Cricket.]
Cecil Aldin. [signed in pencil.]
Entered at Stationer's Hall - Copyright. - Entered According to Act of Congress, in the year 1901, by Lawrence & Bullen, Ltd., In the Office of Librarian of Congress, at Washington. Copyright 1901- Published by Lawrence & Bullen, Ltd., 16 Henrietta Stret, Covent Garden, London, W.C.
Lithograph. Sheet: 345 x 275mm, (13½ x 10¾").
A portly figure swinging his cricket bat in the air, looks behind him concerned as the ball hits the wicket and the bails fly through the air. A crowd of men and women watch from the sidelines. From Cecil Aldin's (1870-1935) 'Old English Sports & Games' series.
[Ref: 37826]   £480.00  
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[Old English Sports & Games- Golf.]
[Old English Sports & Games- Golf.]
Cecil Aldin. [signed in pencil.]
Entered at Stationer's Hall- Copyright.- Entered According to Act of Congress, in the ear 1901, by Lawrence & Bullen, Ltd., In the Office of Librarian of Congress, at Washington. Copyright 1901- Published by Lawrence & Bullen, Ltd., 16 Henrietta Stret, Covent Garden, London, W.C.
Lithograph. Sheet: 345 x 270mm, (13½ x 10½").
An angry golfer in a red coat hits his ball towards the scrub, behind him a young caddy wearing a tam o'shanter covers his mouth trying not to laugh and a fugure peeps over the hill. From Cecil Aldin's (1870-1935) 'Old English Sports & Games' series.
[Ref: 37827]   £350.00  
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Hunting Types. The Duke of Beaufort's Stone Wall Country.
Hunting Types. The Duke of Beaufort's Stone Wall Country.
Painted by Cecil Aldin.
Copyright_Published by Richard Wyman & Co, Ltd. 16, Bedford Street, Strand, London,W.C.2. [n.d. c.1900.]
Chromolithograph. Plate 336 x 400mm. 13¼ x 15¾". Large margins.
Stone walls are a noticeable feature of the Gloucestershire and Wiltshire landscape, where the Duke of Beaufort's Hunt has taken place since its founding by the 1st Duke of Beaufort in 1682. Cecil Aldin (1870-1935) was born in Slough, the son of a successful builder. His skills for portraying animals and rural life developed at an early age. Throughout his life he was rarely seen without his sketch book and hunting was never far from his thoughts, his real ambition was achieved when he became Master of the South Berks Foxhounds. In the Times Obituary he was described as one of the leading spirits in the renaissance of British sporting art.
[Ref: 25873]   £320.00  
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[Inseparable.]
[Inseparable.]
Cecil Aldin [signed in pencil.]
[n.d. c.1925.]
Etching, with pencil signature; numbered edition 62/100. Sheet 285 x 420mm. 11¼ x 16½".
An alsatian and young keeshond puppy.
[Ref: 24301]   £990.00  
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[The old windmill.]
[The old windmill.]
Cecil Aldin [pencil signature, monogram in plate.]
Published by Alfred Bell & Co. Ltd., 6 Old Bond Street London W1 June 2nd. 1924 (Copyright).
Chromolithograph, 255 x 255mm. 10 x 10".
A woman and sheepdog walking up a path towards a windmill, by moonlight. Fine Art Trade Guild blindstamp. Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin (1870 - 1935), artist and illustrator, was born in Slough, the son of a builder, and studied at the South Kensington school of Art. He worked as a comic illustrator in the 1890's before achieving great success as a sporting artist. He retired to Majorca in 1930.
[Ref: 19861]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[Penshurst.]
[Penshurst.]
Cecil Aldin [pencil signature.]
[n.d., c.1910.]
Etching, signed, from a limited edition numbered '91/100' in pencil lower left. 300 x 210mm, 11¾ x 8¼". A fine impression.
Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin (1870 - 1935), artist and illustrator, was born in Slough, the son of a builder, and studied at the South Kensington school of Art. He worked as a comic illustrator in the 1890's before achieving great success as a sporting artist. He retired to Majorca in 1930. A scene at Penshurst, a village in the Sevenoaks district of Kent: an elderly woman and terrier dog approaching a gatehouse walkway with a distant view of a church. The village grew up around Penshurst Place, the ancestral home of the Sidney family.
[Ref: 18622]   £380.00  
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[Portrait of a Sealyham Terrier]
[Portrait of a Sealyham Terrier]
Cecil Aldin [signed in pencil]
[n.d. c.1930]
Etching, with pencil signature; numbered edition 22/150. Plate size: 205 x 160mm. 8 x 6.5". Unexamined out of frame.
A standing Sealyham Terrier puppy. The Sealyham Terrier is a rare Welsh breed of small to medium-sized terrier that originated in Wales as a working dog. It is principally a white-bodied, rough coated breed, developed in the mid to late 18th century by Captain John Edwardes at Sealyham House, Pembrokeshire.
[Ref: 27998]   £690.00  
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