International Art

December 01 — 06, 2018
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LOT 852

Lot 852

Edwin Arthur Ward (1859-1933)

Edwin Arthur Ward (1859-1933)
Lot 852 Details
Edwin Arthur Ward (1859-1933), British

BAFFLED (CHARLES I AND OLIVER CROMWELL DISCUSSING IMPORTANT NEWS), 1883

Oil on canvas; signed and dated 1883 lower right
40 x 50 in — 101.6 x 127 cm

Estimate $3,000-$5,000

Realised: $3,600
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

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Edwin Arthur Ward (1859-1933)
  • Edwin Arthur Ward (1859-1933)
  • Edwin Arthur Ward (1859-1933)
  • Edwin Arthur Ward (1859-1933)
Provenance:

Luscombe Carroll (The Carroll Galleries), London, England partial label;
Possibly Eaton’s, Canada partial grey label verso;
Ex. Collection of the Weston family, Woodbridge, Ontario;
The Antique Shoppe, Toronto;
From whom purchased by Mr. and Mrs. F. McCullough, Etobicoke, Ontario in the late 1980s;
With John Britnell Art Galleries Limited, Toronto, for appraisal on April 14, 1988;
By descent

           

CONDITION DETAILS

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