• Arundel Castle from across the Park, Sussex -
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    Signed lower right
    watercolour over pencil heightened with bodycolour
    33.2 by 49cm., 13 by 19 inches

    The style and signature suggest a date of the 1850s. It may be the watercolour exhibited at the Society of British Artists in 1862, no.846 as `Arundel Castle from the High Park'

    Provenance:
    The Artist's studio sale, Christie's, 25th February 1871, probably lot 14;
    Anonymous sale, Sotheby's, 14th February 1951, lot 34
  • On the River Dee, Vale of Llangollen, North Wales -
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    Signed lower left: JBPyne/1840 and inscribed verso: In the/Vale of Llangollen

    watercolour over pencil heightened with bodycolour, scratching out and stopping out

    30 by 45cm., 12 by 17 3/4 inches

  • A View in the Lake District, possibly the Banks of the Derwent, Borrowdale -
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    Signed lower left: PYNE/1833

    Watercolour over pencil heightened with bodycolour

    18 x 25.5 cm., 7 x 10 in.

  • A View on the Thames -
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    Signed lower left: JBPyne/1833

    Watercolour over pencil heightened with scratching out and gum arabic

    21 x 28.4 cm., 8 ? x 11 in.

     

    The size of the river depicted suggests this is likely to be a view on the Thames. The church tower looks like the church of St. Nicholas, Chiswick but there was no bridge over the Thames at Chiswick until 1933.

  • Figures sketching near the Avon Gorge, Bristol -
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    Signed lower left: PYNE 33 

    Watercolour over pencil heightened with bodycolour

    20.3 by 28 cm., 8 by 11 inches

     

    Provenance:

    With Agnew?s, 2002;

    Private collection, UK, until 2011

     

    Exhibited:

    London, Agnew?s, 129th Annual Watercolour Exhibition, 2002, no.68

     

    This shows a painter and his companion sketching above the Avon Gorge looking towards the Severn estuary with the sun setting behind Cook?s Folly. Cook?s Folly was a tower built by the Bristol City Chamberlain John Cook in the late seventeenth century on his Sneyd Park estate.

  • Fishermen by a Harbour -
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    Signed lower right: PYNE. 34  

    Watercolour over pencil heightened with bodycolour and gum arabic

    44.3 by 59.5 cm., 17 ? by 23 ? inches

     

    This early work by Pyne was drawn while he was still living in Bristol and is likely to be a view on the south coast of England.

  • View on Lake Windermere -
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    Signed lower right: J.B. PYNE

    Watercolour over pencil heightened with bodycolour and scratching out

    18.3 by 36 cm., 7 by 14 in.



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