• Kite-flying near Margate, Kent -
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    Signed lower left: T. Lindsay and signed and inscribed verso: Coast of Kent - nr Margate/T. Lindsay 1858

    Watercolour over pencil heightened with bodycolour and scratching out

    21.5 by 32.1 cm., 8 ½ by 12 ½ in.

     

    Provenance:

    Anonymous sale, Christie's, 4th February 1974, lot 7;

    By descent until 2018

  • In the Meadows near Mortlake, London -
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    Inscribed lower right: In the Meadows nr Mortlake, 20 Oct 1834

    Watercolour over pencil

    163 x 245 mm., 6 ¼ x 9 ½ in.

     

    Lindsay was born at Alnwick, Northumberland on 26th December 1792. He trained as a landscape painter in watercolour and exhibited at the New Watercolour Society from 1833, living in London and then Greenwich. In 1848 he moved to Cusop near Hay-on-Wye where he lived at Dulas Cottage. Examples of his work are in the British Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum and the National Library, Wales.

     

    Mortlake is on the south side of the river Thames between Kew and Barnes.

     

  • Mountain Road, North Wales -
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    Signed lower left: Mountain Road/No. Wales/T. Lindsay 1846

    Watercolour over pencil heightened with bodycolour and scratching out

    26.2 by 35.5 cm., 10 ¼ by 14 in.

     

    Lindsay was born at Alnwick, Northumberland on 26th December 1792. He trained as a landscape painter in watercolour and exhibited at the New Watercolour Society from 1833, living in London and then Greenwich. In 1848 he moved to Cusop near Hay-on-Wye. 
  • Sky Study, Cusop Churchyard, Herefordshire -
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    Inscribed upper centre: All these light Clouds are floating underneath a higher of cold gray,/mottled over a blue tint of sky/very like this paper, but very/little of which is/seen/23d July 1858/Cusop Ch. yard and lower left: Cusop Churchyard and verso: By Thos Lindsay

    Watercolour over pencil heightened with bodycolour on blue-green paper

    19 by 30.4 cm., 7 ½ by 12 in.

     

    Lindsay was born at Alnwick, Northumberland on 26th December 1792. He trained as a landscape painter in watercolour and exhibited at the New Watercolour Society from 1833, living in London and then Greenwich. In 1848 he moved to Cusop near Hay-on-Wye where he lived at Dulas Cottage. This on-the-spot sketch, inscribed with colour notes, is a view taken from his local church.

     

    Examples of his work are in the British Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum and the National Library, Wales.

     

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