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147.  SPRING.
SPRING (c.1875)Oil on canvas, 49.5 x 75cm, 19½ x 29½ in.  Signed l.r.: 'Arthur Hughes'.
PROV: George Trist; bequeathed in 1884 to his daughter Mrs. Hamilton Edward (Kate) Lawrance.  Anon. sales, Sotheby's, 19 June 2002 (110, as Returning Home, repr.), unsold, and 2 December 2002 (61, repr. colour); bought for £5,500 by private collector.









148.  SUMMER.
PROV: George Trist; bequeathed in 1884 to his daughter Mrs. Hamilton Edward (Kate) Lawrance; ....

149.  THE SWINEHERD (AUTUMN).
PROV: George Trist; bequeathed in 1884 to his daughter Mrs. Rose Ellen Langdale; ....

150.  WINTER.
PROV: George Trist; bequeathed in 1884 to his daughter Mrs. Rose Ellen Langdale; ....

151.  A SEATED GIRL.
PROV: ...; consigned by his executors to Sotheby's, 13 July 2010 (part of 30*, repr. colour p.32), unsold; and to Rosebery's, 14 September 2011 (part of 712*, repr. colour) unsold, and 5 November 2011 (part of 436*, repr. colour); sold for £950.
* The other part of these lots, A Girl in Blue, was in both cases catalogued as by Hughes and is of dubious attribution.

151A.  ARTHUR HILL AT BRUCE CASTLEc. mid-to-late 1870s.
Oil on canvas backed by panel, 81 x 56cm, 31¾ x 22in.  Unsigned.
PROV: The George Birkbeck Hill family; gifted by them c.1950 to Bruce Castle Museum, Tottenham (ldbcm:1950.11016).

153.2.  MR. TRIST & MRS. HERBERT TRIST (study).  c.1876.
MR. TRIST & MRS. HERBERT TRIST (study, c.1876)Pencil and charcoal on paper laid on board, 35.5 x 28cm, 14 x 11 in.  Unsigned.
    The reverse has been blackened with charcoal, perhaps for transfer purposes.
PROV: Abbott & Holder; bought from them on 12 October 2000 by Alan B. Gateley; consigned by his executors to Rosebery's West Norwood, 6 July 2010 (839, repr. colour), bought for £681.50 by Campbell Wilson Fine Art; bought from them on 16 November 2010 by Jane Cohen.








Photo courtesy of Abbott & Holder.


155.  SWEET LAVENDER.
PROV: ...; bought for £2,990 by Private collection.
    Note: This may be a reduced version of the work exhibited at Liverpool Autumn 1876.

157.  UNCERTAINTY.
Uncertainty (c.1877-78)Oil on canvas, 92.5 x 64.5cm, 36½ x 25½ in.  Signed & dated l.l.: 'Arthur Hughes 1878'; inscribed on label verso: 'No 2 Uncertainty--/Arthur Hughes/Wandle Bank/Wallington Surrey'.
PROV: .... Sylvester Z. Poli; thence by descent to his granddaughter Miss Poli; her sale, Applebrook Auctions (Brookfield, CT), 22 September 2005 (120, repr. colour), bought for US$108,000 by Christopher Wood Gallery; bought from them by private collector; Sotheby's, 19 November 2013 (14; repr. colour), unsold.



















160.  THE OLD NEIGHBOUR GONE BEFORE: A STREET EPISODE IN BRITTANY.
PROV: ... Anon. sale, Stockholms Auktionsverket, 4-5 December 1995 (231, repr.); bought by Lennart Svensson; consigned by him to Christie's, 20 October 1998 (175, repr. colour), sold for £8,970.

161.  THE PROPERTY ROOM.  1878-79.
The Property Room (c.1878-79)Oil on canvas, 115 x 83cm, 45¼ x 32¾ in.  Signed & dated l.l.: 'Arthur Hughes 1879'; inscribed on label verso: '"The Property Room"/Arthur Hughes/Wandle Bank/Wallington/Surrey/"To look beyond the stage,/thy life is but another page/continued of the play", Thomas Hood/"Act well your part,/there all the honour lies"/Pope'.
PROV: Presumably purchased at the R.A. by private collector, and thence by descent.  Anon. sale, Phillips, 30 November 1999 (61, repr. colour fr. cover & p.49); bought for £333,500 by Private collector (on loan to Royal Pump Rooms, Leamington Spa).










Photo courtesy of Phillips.

165.  EN PÉNITENCE (aka Asleep in the Classroom).
Oil on canvas, 94 x 59.5cm, 37 x 23½in.
PROV: (?Purchased by Henry Herbert Hett; thence to his eldest son Keir Hett); gifted in 1944 by Keir Hett, in memory of his aunt Mrs. Margaret I. Powell, to Royal Alexandra and Albert School, Reigate.
165.2.  EN PÉNITENCE (study).  c.1879.
En Pénitence (study, c.1879)Oil, 47.5 x 32cm, 18¾ x 12½ in.  Signed l.l.: 'Arthur Hughes'; inscribed in another hand on label verso.
PROV: Samuel A. Walker; Walker sale, Puttick & Simpson, 21 March 1884; bought for £9 10s. by Pritchard; by descent to his daughter Miss Pritchard; bought from her house-sale by a dealer; bought from him for £50 on 6 May 1960 by John M. Morgan; thence in 1985 to his widow Mrs. Morgan; thence 1998 to her son Richard Morgan.
Note: Had this work been included in the Catalogue; its entry number would have been 165.2; the current 165.2 would have been 165.3.









Photo courtesy of Wooley & Wallis



165A.  THE KEEPER'S COTTAGEc. late 1870s.
The Keeper's CottageOil on panel, 20.5 x 25.5cm, 8 x 10 in.  Signed l.r.: 'Arthur Hughes'; inscribed by A.F. Hughes on label verso: 'The Keeper's Cottage / The late Arthur Hughes'.
    Originally catalogued as 521.
PROV: .... Bought from Cancer Research UK in 2012 by Ahmad Shirali Shuib.







Photo courtesy of the owner


169.  AUTUMN.
PROV: Lent to Ford Madox Brown in 1879, and returned in 1882.
See Appendix A, Letter 12A.
F.M. Brown to Lucy Madox Rossetti, 27 August 1882 (MS: Angeli/Dennis Papers, UBC):
    [Hughes] asks me if I can return him a certain drawing of a wood in Autumn which I borrowed of him nearly three years ago.... I left it with you in brown paper with Hughes's name on it, when I finally gave up Fitzroy Square.  [Could you send it to him by post?]
To F.M. Brown [early September 1882] (MS: South African National Gallery):
Wandle Bank
    I received the little drawing you had.

170A.  IN THE FOREST OF ARDENc.1880.
In the Forest of ArdenOil on canvas laid on millboard, 31 x 39.5cm, 12 x 15½ in.  Signed l.r.: 'Arthur Hughes'.
    The subject is Audrey the goatherd, in Shakespeare's As You Like It.  The model is almost certainly the artist's daughter Agnes (later Mrs. Hale-White).
PROV: H.J. Brown (Raeburn Gallery, Duke Street); consigned by him to Christie's, 3 March 1924 (part of 34*), unsold at 5gns.  William Lawson Peacock; consigned by his Estate's executor (G. Stuart Robertson) to Christie's, 6 February 1925 (part of 117*); bought for 26gns. (the lot) by Stone.  Charles Haslewood Shannon, R.A.; consigned by him to Christie's, 13 March 1925 (89); bought for 2½gns. by Smyth.  Private collector by c.1950; thence to his daughter; consigned by her to Heffel Gallery Ltd., Toronto; acquired from them in October 2007 by Private collector.
* Charles Fairfax Murray's The Flaming Heart (bequeathed in 1937 by C.H. Shannon to the Fitzwilliam Museum) formed the other part of these two lots.






170B.  GOATS AT PLAY (aka Summer Landscape).  c.1880.
Goats at PlayOil on panel, 27.5 x 46.5cm, 10¾ x 18½ins.  Signed l.l.: 'Arthur Hughes'; inscribed on label verso: 'Goats at Play'.
PROV: Studio sale (part of 50); bought for 3½gns. (the lot) by Williams.  Anon. sale, Dominic Winter, 2 March 2017 (296, repr. colour).  Anon. sale, Bonham's Knightsbridge, 4 July 2017 (57, repr. colour); sold for £875.
NOTE: This work's original catalogue number was 531.









170C.  ST. CATHERINE OF SIENNA (study).  c.1880s.
ST. CATHERINE OF SIENNA (study, c.1880s)Charcoal and coloured chalks on board.  Unsigned.
PROV: Private collector; listed on eBay and sold on 16 January 2001 for US$1,050.

















172.  THE SAILING SIGNAL GUN.
PROV: ...; sold for £69,000.

185.  THE HOME QUARTET: MRS. VERNON LUSHINGTON AND CHILDREN.
Oil on canvas, 99 x 129.5cm, 39 x 51in.  Signed & dated l.l.: 'Arthur Hughes 1883'; inscribed on labels verso: '4 / The home quartet / Mrs Vernon Lushington and / Children / Arthur Hughes / Wandle Bank / Wallington / Surrey', and 'Arthur Hughes / 43 Bedford Square'.
PROV: ... Fine Art Society Ltd.; bought from them by Dr. Mohammed Said Farsi; consigned by him to Christie's, 15 December 2010 (47, repr. colour p.34), unsold, and 17 June 2014 (16, repr. colour), unsold.
LIT: ...; P. Todd, Pre-Raphaelites at Home (2001), (repr. colour p.179); David Taylor, Cobham: A History (2003), p.98 (repr. fig. 109).

186.  THE REAPERS AND THE FLOWERS.
PROV: .... sold for £2,500.  The Barn Gallery, Powick, Worcester.
EXH: .... 1987 Autumn Exhibition, The Barn Gallery, 11-18 October 1987 (019 [£8,000], as The Poppy Field, repr. colour)....

204.2  SUNDAY MORNING (study of the woman & dogs).  c.1884; completed in 1896.
Oil on panel, 23.5 x 19cm, 9¼ x 7½in.  Signed & dated: 'A Hughes 1896'.
PROV: .... Mrs. F.L. Barrett; consigned by her to Christie's, 12 July 1968 (19, as A Lady and her Dogs).

205A.  CHRISTABEL (with sketches u.r.).  8 August 1885.
CHRISTABEL (1885)Pencil on card, 15 x 12.5cm, 6 x 5 in., in circular mount.  Signed c.l.: 'A H'; inscribed and dated l.c.: 'Christabel/8 Aug. 1885', and c.r. (beneath the mount): 'Aug. 85/Sherringham'.
PROV: Anon. sale, Christie's South Kensington, 9 April 1998 (part of 169); bought for £805 (the lot) by Abbott & Holder; bought from them in April 1998 by private collector; acquired from him in July 2001 by Alan B. Gateley.










205B.  PORTRAIT OF VERNON LUSHINGTON.  1886.
Oil (on canvas?).
PROV: Presumably commissioned by Vernon Lushington.
Susan Lushington's diaries for 20-22 Novenber 1886 record three sittings by her father for this portrait, but no further documentation has been traced.

208.  HOME FROM MARKET.
HOME FROM MARKET (c.1885-86)Oil on canvas, 94 x 71cm, 37 x 28 in.  Signed l.l.: 'Arthur Hughes'.
PROV: .... Pearson.  Consigned by a private collector to Sotheby's, 15 June 2000 (52, repr. colour p.104), unsold at £65,000, and 30 November 2000 (492, repr. colour p.63), unsold.












208.2.  HOME FROM MARKET (full-length study).
HOME FROM MARKET (study, c.1885-86)Oil on panel, 45.5 x 31cm, 18 x 12¼ in.  Signed l.l.: 'Arthur Hughes'.
PROV: .... Anon. sale, Sotheby's, 11 November 1998 (273, repr.); unsold, then bought privately for £4370 in December 1998 by private collector; thence in 2011 to his nephew.














Photo courtesy of Sotheby's.



209A.  A REST IN THE WOOD.  1885-86.
Oil.
EXH: IPOC 1885-86 (357); St. Judes, Whitechapel 1886 (195).
LIT: Athenaeum, 12 December 1885, p.776.

210.2  IN THE FOREST OF ARDEN (sketch).  c.1885.
Oil.
PROV: Henry Boddington by 1911.
EXH: Manchester 1911 (252).
210.3  IN THE FOREST OF ARDEN (study).  c.1885, possibly retouched in 1900.
Oil.
PROV: Purchased for 35gns. at F.A.S. 1900 by Captain C.E. Gladstone, R.N.; thence to Mrs. Gladstone; consigned by her to Christie's, 27 February 1920 (59); bought for 21gns. by Sampson.
EXH: F.A.S. 1900 (31).

212.2.  COASTAL COTTAGES BY MOONLIGHT (slightly smaller version).  After c.1885.
Coastal CottagesOil on panel, 27.5 x 42cm, 10¾ x 16½ in.  Signed l.r.: 'Arthur Hughes'.
PROV: Anon. sale, Tennants, Leyburn N. Yorks, 15 November 2013 (756, repr. colour).











215.  PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM BELL SCOTT (unfinished).
PROV: ... (consigned by him to Phillip's, 28 November 2000 [41, repr. colour p.47], unsold).

223.2  THE HEAVENLY STAIR (study).
The Heavenly Stair (study)Brown and white chalk on cardboard, 33 x 23cm, 13 x 9 in.  Signed l.r.: 'AH' (monogram); inscribed by A.F. Hughes on label verso: 'A Study for The Heavenly Stair/drawn around 1880'.
PROV: With a Wimbledon art teacher; purchased by the Lourin(?) family; gifted by them to private collector; gifted by him to his nephew Fred Gilroy; consigned by him to Boldon Auction Galleries, Tyne & Wear, 3 June 2009 (410, repr. colour); bought for £587.50 by Campbell Wilson Fine Art; bought from them in November 2009 by Jane Cohen.






Photo courtesy of Fred Gilroy.


229.2.  NIGHT WORKERS (study).
PROV: ...; thence in 2011 to his nephew.

230.  HARVESTING. PORTHLEVEN.
PROV: ...; thence in 2011 to his nephew.
EXH: ...; Richmond 1998 (20, repr. colour p.36).

231A.  PORTHLEVEN, SOUTH CORNWALLc.1887.
PORTHLEVEN, SOUTH CORNWALL (c.1887)Oil on panel, 21 x 36cm, 8¼ x 14¼ in.  Signed l.l.: 'Arthur Hughes'; inscribed on label verso.
PROV: Anon. sale, Bearne's, Exeter, 24 June 1998 (482, repr. p.44); bought for £1,800 by private collector; thence in 2011 to his nephew.





Photo courtesy of Bearne


233.2.  THREADS OF FATE (study).
Oil on panel.  Inscribed on label verso: 'Sketch for "Threads of Fate"/Represents Cadgwith from Mrs Raskins Garden'; and in other hands: "(Cornwall, autumn 1887) by Arthur Hughes/bought at the exhibition of his works after his death/Bought 1917 by Sir William Hale-White/with the artist's daughter, Agnes, as model/(later Agnes Hale-White)'.
PROV: .... Anon. sale, Bonham's, 2001 (150).  Private collector; consigned by the Estate's executors to Anthony Capodilupo Fine Art; sold by them on eBay for US$3,300.

233A.  LUCY HILL.  1887.
LUCY HILL (1887)Oil on canvas laid on panel, 42 x 26.5cm, 16½ x 10½ in.  Signed l.l.: 'Arthur Hughes', inscribed and dated u.r.: 'Lucy Hill. Oct 1887'.
    The sitter (1864-c.1960) was the daughter of George Birkbeck Hill.
PROV: Lucy Hill (later Mrs. Charles Crump); gifted by her in September 1938 to Mary Manson (eldest daughter of J.B. Manson, former Director of the Tate Gallery).  Anon sale, Bonham's Chester, 5 June 2003 (382); bought by private collector; consigned by him to Sotheby's, 25 November 2004 (326, repr. colour p.50); bought for £4,800 by Private collector.
LIT: Rebecca Rushforth, St. Margaret's Gospel-book (Oxford: Bodleian, 2007), repr. colour (detail) p.105.














235.  THE FOOTSTEP.
The FootstepOil on canvas, 47.5 x 70cm, 18¾ x 27½in.  Signed l.r.: 'Arthur Hughes', inscribed on label attached to frame.
    In its original decorative gilt over gesso frame.
PROV: (Christie's stencil '92 LE' on stretcher.)  Anon sale, Heritage Auctions, Dallas Texas, 8 November 2013 (63032, repr. colour), unsold.












247.  ABOVE A COVE, NORTH CORNWALL.
EXH: Richmond 1998 (21, repr. colour p.37).

248.  NORTH WEST CORNWALL.
North West CornwallOil on panel.... Signed l.l.: 'Arthur Hughes'.
PROV: .... Anon sale, Bellmans, West Billingshurst, 20 March 2009 (1930, repr. colour), bought for £988 by Campbell Wilson Fine Art.









250.  SEASHORE SCENE, CORNWALL.
SEASHORE SCENE, CORNWALL (c. late 1880s)PROV: ..., consigned by him to Phillip's, 28 November 2000 (40 [as A Coastal Scene], repr. colour p.46); sold for £5,000.









253.  THE WORSHIPFUL MAIDENS.
PROV: ...; acquired from him in November 2009 by Clive G. Rowland.

257.2.  GURNARD'S HEAD, FROM ST. IVES.
Oil on panel, 17.5 x 29cm, 7 x 11½ in.  Inscribed verso: 'Gurnard's Head, From St. Ives / To Mrs Millar from Arthur Hughes'.
PROV: Apparently gifted to Mrs. Millar.... Maas Gallery; bought from them in October 1996 by John Schaeffer; Schaeffer sale, Christie's Sydney, 15 May 2004 (301, repr. colour); sold for AU$11,352.50.

258.  NEAR ST. IVES.
NEAR ST. IVES (c.1890)Oil on panel, 21 x 33, 8¼ x 13in.  Signed l.r.: 'Arthur Hughes'; inscribed by Arthur Foord Hughes on label verso: 'Near St. Ives / The late Arthur Hughes'.
PROV: .... Mrs. Alma Broughton; thence to her sister Mrs. Evelyn Fisher; thence c.1985 to her son Alan Ball; thence in December 2014 to his daughters Mrs. Catherine Peacock and Mrs. Sandra Cumming; consigned by them to Golding Young & Mawer (Lincoln), 23 September 2015 (54; repr.), unsold, and 27 January 2016 (96); bought for £1,392.72 by Nicholas Macarte.





Photo courtesy of Ash Peacock.


264.  FISHERMAN'S HOME.
FISHERMAN'S HOME (?1890)Oil on board, 27 x 45cm, 10¾ x 17¾ in.  Signed l.l.: 'Arthur Hughes'; inscribed on fragment of label verso.
PROV: .... Anon. sale, Phillip's Somerly (Ringwood, Hants), 10 July 2001 (848, as The Fisherman's Cottage, repr. colour); sold for £2,300.
Note: 264.2 does not after all relate to this picture--see n1.







265.2.  HANNAFORE, WEST LOOE (study).
PROV: ...; bought from him in February 2016 by Maas Gallery.

268.2.  WONDERLAND.
To Susan Lushington, 25 July 1912 (MS: UBC [RBSC-ARC-1709]):
Kew Green
    I have submitted the little picture I proposed to give the King to Mr. Askwith, as I should not dare offer it unless he approved; but so far have had no answer.  But it was only two days ago and such enquiries have to wait their turn and opportunity.  I am afraid he is frightfully worried this particular time.
268.3.  WONDERLAND (study).
PROV: ...; bequeathed in 2002 to her nephew.

268A.  A VISIT TO THE STUDIO (sketch).  c.1890.
A Visit to the Studio (sketch)Pencil on paper, approx. 18 x 13cm, 7 x 5in.  Unsigned; inscribed in an unknown hand below the drawing: "Edward Hughes RWS visiting his uncle Arthur Hughes, the Pre-Raphaelite painter.  Original pencil sketch by Arthur Hughes"; also inscribed in an unknown hand on frame's backboard: "Pencil sketch by Arthur Hughes.  Visiting his uncle Edward Hughes[sic].  Arthur Hughes Studio from the collection of Frank Samuel Eastman removed by Messrs Christie July 1988."
    On the obverse of this sketch is 286.2A.
PROV: Frank Samuel Eastman.  Christie's, 1988 (exact date & Lot number unknown--likely part of a multi-item Lot).  Anon sale, Lyme Bay Auctions, Seaton, 21 March 2016 (281); bought by Private collector.










271A.  AT THE CHURCH GATEc. early 1890s.
At the Church Gate (c.1890s)Oil on canvas, 75 x 53.5cm, 29½ x 21 in.  Indistinctly signed l.l.
    This and Faith (271) appear to be related.
PROV: Anon sale, Sotheby's, 21 March 2001 (373, repr. colour p.198); sold for £6,600.  Anon. sale, Sotheby's, 15 July 2008 (79, repr. colour), unsold.











271B.  EVENING CHORESc. early 1890s.
EVENING CHORES (c. early 1890s)Oil on panel, 30 x 45cm, 11¾ x 17¾ in.  Signed l.r.: 'Arthur Hughes'; inscribed on fragment of label verso: '[E]astside House/Kew Green/Surrey'.
PROV: Anon. sale, Auktionshuset Metropol AB, Stockholm, 4 November 2002 (190 2013, repr.), bought for SKR29,500 by Erik Cimini; bought from him in May 2003 by private collector; thence in 2011 to his nephew.







Photo courtesy of Erik Cimini.


272.  HEAD OF A GIRL.
PROV: ...; acquired from him in July 2000 by Clive G. Rowland.

278.  THE YELLOW SANDS.
PROV: .... Thomas Agnew & Sons.  Private collector.  Anon. sale, Sotheby's, 10 March 2005 (227, repr. colour p.32), sold for £2,400.

286.2A.  THE DOOR OF MERCY (study for the kneeling figure's drapery).  c.1890.
Door of Mercy (study)Pencil on paper, approx. 18 x 13cm, 7 x 5in.  Unsigned.
    On the reverse of this sketch is 268.2A.
PROV: Frank Samuel Eastman (note on frame's backboard).  Christie's, 1988 (exact date & Lot number unknown--likely part of a multi-item Lot).  Anon sale, Lyme Bay Auctions, Seaton, 21 March 2016 (281); bought by Private collector.











286.5.  A REPENTANT SINNER.
PROV: .... Anon. sale, Christie's, 22 February 1985 (159, repr. p.70); bought for £1,200 by Glenn Devereux.
To Susan Lushington, 27 February 1912 (MS: UBC [RBSC-ARC-1709]):
Kew Green
   Thanks for your prompt agreement about the frames, and lovely words about the "Door of Mercy."

289.  THE SEAGULL'S MIRROR.
The Seagull's MirrorOil on canvas laid on board, 46 x 68cm, 18¼ x 26¾ in.  Signed l.r.: 'Arthur Hughes'.
PROV: .... Anon. sale, Babuino Casa d'Aste, Roma, 11 June 2008 (403, repr. colour), sold for €9,120.











292.  FOLLOWING THE PLOUGH, PENTIRE, N.W. CORNWALL (study).
PROV: ...; thence in 2011 to his nephew.

294.  SIR GALAHAD.  Taken up again in 1913.
PROV: ... Anon. sale, Christie's, 18 October 1963 (109).  Anon. sale, Phillip's, 24 November 1998 (33; repr. colour p.28); bought for £29,900 by John & Julie Schaeffer; consigned by them to Christie's, 25 November 2003 (147; repr. colour); sold for £59,750.  Richard H. Driehaus Museum, Chicago.
To Susan Lushington, 18 January 1913 (MS: UBC [RBSC-ARC-1709]):
Kew Green
    I was busily working upon La Belle Dame Sans Merci this morning.
To Susan Lushington, 7 February 1913 (MS: UBC [RBSC-ARC-1709]):
Kew Green
    I have been busy adding latest additions to "La Belle Dame sans Merci" ... and I feel that, good or bad, it is coming to what I have tried to make it.
294.2.  LA BELLE DAME SANS MERCI (preliminary sketch).  c.1893, or later.
PROV: ...; gifted by him in 2015 to National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
EXH: ...; A Dream of the Past, University of Toronto Art Centre, 8 April-22 September 2000 (31, erroneously dated 'c.1861'; repr. p.105); Beauty's Awakening, National Gallery of Canada, 9 October 2015-3 January 2016 and Leighton House, 12 February-29 May 2016 (25, as Knight and Lady on Horseback Led buy an Angel, again erroneously dated 'c. 1861'*; repr. p.79).
To Susan Lushington, 7 February 1913 (MS: UBC [RBSC-ARC-1709]):
Kew Green
    I have been busy [with] "La Belle Dame sans Merci" (the sketch you remember made in the lovely wood one day).
  *  The writer of its catalogue entry continues to ignore expert advice establishing the fact that the style of penmanship in this drawing dates from the 1890s.  Also, in his embarrassingly wishful catalogue entry he intentionally neglects to mention the above-quoted letter to Susan Lushington.  A note to collectors: Just because you wish a work by Hughes to be of an earlier date (and therefore, in the eyes of some so-called experts, be more desirable) doesn't make it so.

296.  PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM BELL SCOTT.
PROV: .... Anon. sales, Christie's South Kensington, 28 March 2007 (169; repr. colour), unsold, and 26 September 2007 (265, repr. colour p.129), unsold, and then bought privately by Jane Cohen.

300.  OVERTHROWING OF THE RUSTY KNIGHT.
PROV: .... Anon. sale, Sotheby's, 27 November 2003 (317, repr. colour); sold for £31,200.

301.  DREAMLAND.  Retouched in 1913.
EXH: ...; Spring Exhibition, Atkinson Art Gallery, Southport, 1913; ....
To J. Ellis Wells, Feby 19 - [19]13 (MS: Private collection):
Kew Green
     [P.S.]  I enclose Photograph of a picture of mine I call "Dreamland" in the Spring Exhn now at Southport- Atkinson Art Gallery
To Susan Lushington, 25 November 1913 (MS: UBC [RBSC-ARC-1709]):
Kew Green
   I have just been having a high time trying to make one or two sick pictures well.  The Princess and Witch [479] a little, and Caedmon [478] a little, but just interrupted in these by a sudden appeal for one to represent me at Exhibn of works by Welshmen or Artists of Welsh extraction.  I come in under the latter, so am sending "Dreamland"; but I have had to touch it up a good deal in a short time.

302.  AN AYRSHIRE GLEN.
PROV: .... Private collection; consigned to Sotheby's, 14 December 2006 (125; repr. colour), unsold, & Sotheby's Olympia, 21 March 2007 (75, repr. colour p.52), unsold.  Anon. sale, Mellors & Kirk, Nottingham, 28 September 2007 (893, repr. colour); bought for £2,115 by Sim Fine Art; bought from them in November 2007 by Private collector.

305A.  NEAR LLANBEDR, N. WALESc. early to mid-1890's.
NEAR LLANBEDR, N. WALES (c. early to mid-1890s)Oil on panel, 30.5 x 46.5cm, 12 x 18¼ in.  Signed l.r.: 'Arthur Hughes'; inscribed verso: 'Near Llanbedr, N Wales To Miss Smith'.
PROV: Bessie Smith; thence by descent to her great nephew Richard Willmott.








Photo courtesy of the owner.

307.  AT MIDNIGHT THE MOON COMETH.
    In 2010 the panel had a complete horizontal separation.
PROV: ...; consigned by his executors to Rosebery's West Norwood, 8 June 2010 (830, repr. colour), sold for £1,200.

308.  PATH THROUGH THE DUNES (study).
PROV: ...; thence in 2011 to his nephew.

309.  SAND DUNES AND ROCKS ON THE COAST (study).
PROV: ...; thence in 2011 to his nephew.

311A.  CATTLE ON A CLIFFTOP MEADOW.  Before c.1895.
CATTLE ON A CLIFFTOP MEADOW (before c.1895)Oil on panel, 17 x 28cm, 6¾ x 11 in.  Signed l.l.: 'Arthur Hughes'.
PROV: Anon. sale, Bearne's, Exeter, 24 June 1998 (484, repr.p.44); bought for £520 by Private collector; thence in 2011 to his nephew.




Photo courtesy of Bearne's


311B.  MEROPE ROCKS, N. CORNWALL.  Before c.1895; outer edges completed c.1910.
MEROPE ROCKS, N. CORNWALL (before c.1895, c.1910)Oil on panel, 20.5 x 32cm, 8 x 12¾ in.  Signed l.r.: 'Arthur Hughes'; inscribed verso: 'Merope Rocks/N. Cornwall'.
PROV: Consigned by a Ballarat, Victoria private collector to Leonard Joel, Melbourne, c.1992 (exact date & lot number unknown); bought by a private collector; bought from him, through Douglas Kane, in December 2001 by private collector; bought from him in March 2002 by Abbott & Holder.







311C.  AFTERNOON SLEEP.  Before c.1895.
AFTERNOON SLEEP (before c.1895)Oil on canvas, 35.5 x 45.5cm, 14 x 18 in.  Signed l.r.: 'Arthur Hughes'.
PROV: Lady Wase.  Anon. sale, Sotheby's, 11 November 1998 (272, repr. colour p.98), sold for £7,475.  Anon. sale, Christie's New York, 30 October 2002 (191 [as Asleep in the Woods], repr. colour), sold for US$15,535.  Anon. sale, Sotheby's New York, 26 October 2004 (114 [again as Asleep in the Woods], repr. color), unsold at US$14,000.








311D.  HILLSIDE NEAR THE SEA.  Before c.1895.
HILLSIDE NEAR THE SEA (before c.1895)Oil on canvas, approx. 30.5 x 61cm, 12 x 24 in.  Signed l.r.: 'Arthur Hughes'.
PROV: Private collector in February 2004 (offered briefly on eBay).







311E.  GODREVY LIGHT.  Before c.1895.
GODREVY LIGHT (before c.1895)Oil on board, 22 x 37cm, 8¾ x 14½ in.  Signed l.r.: 'Arthur Hughes'; inscribed by A.F. Hughes on label verso: 'Godrevy Light/The late Arthur Hughes'.
PROV: Studio Sale (part of 41), bought for 4gns. (the lot) by Levy.  Anon. sale, Christie's South Kensington, 7 September 2005 (302), sold for £1,440.
Note: This entry was originally listed as 516 (see below).







311F.  NOONDAY.  Before c.1895.
NOONDAY (before c.1895)Oil on canvas laid on board, 22 x 37cm, 8¾ x 14½ in.  Signed l.r.: 'Arthur Hughes'; inscribed by A.F. Hughes verso: 'Noonday / The Late Arthur Hughes'.
PROV: Studio Sale (part of 41), bought for 4gns. (the lot) by Levy.  Anon. sale, Christie's South Kensington, 7 September 2005 (300), sold for £720.
Note: This entry, which may relate to 369, was originally listed as 517 (see below).







311G.  FAIRLIGHT DOWN, SUSSEX.  Before c.1895.
FAIRLIGHT DOWN, SUSSEX (before c. 1895)Oil on panel, 21 x 36cm, 8¼ x 14¼ in.  Signed l.r.: 'Arthur Hughes'; inscribed on label verso.
PROV: .... Anon. sale, Bearne's, Exeter, 24 June 1998 (483, repr. p.44); bought for £1,000 by private collector; thence in 2011 to his nephew.
Note: This entry was originally listed as 535 (see below).







Photo courtesy of Bearne's



313.  THE GANNEL, LOW WATER, NEWQUAY, CORNWALL.
The GannelOil on panel, 22 x 37cm, 8¾ x 14½in.  Signed l.l.: 'Arthur Hughes'; inscribed (by A.F. Hughes?) on label verso: 'The Gannel, Low Water, Newquay, Cornwall'.
PROV: .... Anon sale, Bonham's Bury St. Edmunds, 15 July 2010 (401, repr. colour), bought for £1,680 by Campbell Wilson Fine Art.









317.  NEWQUAY HEADLAND FROM THE WARREN.
EXH: ... British Pictures 1840-1940, Maas Gallery, 27 October-24 November 1999 (21, £12,000, repr. colour p.15).


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