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163. ‡ Sir Francis Cyril Rose (1909-1979) Venice c.1950; Abstract Two, the second signed and dated 55 Both watercolour


67 x 46cm; 26¼ x 18in and similar (2) £100-150


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Mabel Dudley Short (fl. 1920-30) The only parking space is miles away c. 1935 Watercolour


25.5 x 35.5cm; 10 x 14in 163 160. ‡


Barbara Y. Brown (20th Century) Illustrations for A Puffin book of Verse and Vice Versa Two, both signed and dated ‘86 and ‘84 Both Gouache Each 19 x 11.5cm; 7½in x 4½in


With a pen, ink and watercolour illustration of children in fancy dress by the same hand (3) £300-400


161.


English School 20th Century The Man in the Moon; The Queen of Hearts Two, both gouache 25.5 x 18cm; 10 x 7in (2) £100-150


162. ‡ Pat Williams (20th Century) Illustrations for Eagle Annual The Bozeman Trail


five, all gouche, all unframed Each 36 x 56cm; 14¼ x 22in With a copy of the Annual by Charles Chilton (6) £120-180


With a further watercolour by the same hand of the Coptic Monastry, Egypt c. 1936, a print after Tristram Hillier and a pen and ink sketch by André Vignoles (4) £80-120


165. ‡


James Thorpe (1876-1949) Huccaby Bridge; Whatley; Croagh Patrick; Near Lacock; Down the Hill; Untitled


Six, 2 signed, 5 titled, 3 numbered in pencil All pen and ink with correcting fluid 10 x 18cm; 4 x 7in and similar (6) £150-250


166. ‡


George Melhuish (1916-1985) Insect Signed


Oil on paper


63.5 x 104cm; 25 x 41in £100-150


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