International Art

November 2025, 2021
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Lot 4

James Campbell Noble (1846-1913)

James Campbell Noble (1846-1913)
Lot 4 Details
James Campbell Noble (1846-1913), Scottish


Oil on canvas; signed "J. Campbell Noble" lower right, titled to gallery label to the frame verso
28 ins x 36 ins; 71.1 cms x 91.4 cms

Estimate $2,000-$3,000

Realised: $1,080
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

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James Campbell Noble (1846-1913)
  • James Campbell Noble (1846-1913)
  • James Campbell Noble (1846-1913)
  • James Campbell Noble (1846-1913)
  • James Campbell Noble (1846-1913)
  • James Campbell Noble (1846-1913)
  • James Campbell Noble (1846-1913)
  • James Campbell Noble (1846-1913)

Gifted to the Art Gallery of Toronto by E.F.B. Johnston of 119 St. George Street, Toronto in 1906;
Collection of the Art Gallery of Toronto (the Art Gallery of Ontario), Accession no. 404 label verso;
Deaccessioned from the Collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario to benefit art purchases at the AGO


The Art Museum of Toronto, exhibited at the "Loan Exhibition of Works of British & Foreign Painters," November 24th to December 11, n.d., partial label to the frame


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