27 September 2016
Joseph Edward Southall (Nottingham 1861-1944 Birmingham)
signed with monogram and dated '1922' (lower right), signed with monogram again, inscribed and dated again 'Haddenham (memory)/XII.1922' (under the mount)
pencil, watercolour and gouache
7 x 10 in. (17.6 x 25.7 cm.)
Sir Ralph Wedgwood, Bt.
Dame Veronica Wedgwood, his daughter; Christie's, London, 11 March 1960, lot 101, where purchased by Brian Sewell (2 gns), as 'Buckinghamshire landscape'.
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London, Leicester Galleries, Joseph Southall, March 1926, no. 104.
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