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Research & Identification

Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood has one of the most comprehensive sets of auction records and files in the United Kingdom. The extensive reference library together with specialist Internet programs and other software applications complements the knowledge and experience of Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood experts and enables them to assist owners with the identification and valuation of works of art.

Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood also has access to national and local Museums and Art Galleries and other academic authorities both for research and sale notification.

Sale FS29; Lot: 0342: Robert O Lenkiewicz [1941-2002] - Self-Portrait with Red Scarf - signed twice and inscribed on the reverse oil on canvas 48 x 48cm.

Sale: FS29 (19 Jan 2016)
Auction Lot: 0342
Estimate: £12,000-£18,000
Realised: £12,500
Robert O Lenkiewicz [1941-2002] - Self-Portrait with Red Scarf - signed twice and inscribed on the reverse oil on canvas 48 x 48cm.

Sale FS29; Lot: 0535: A Chinese blue and white cylindrical brushpot painted with three figures and a deer in a continuous landscape with pine trees and rockwork, apocryphal six-character Chenghua mark, 12.5cm high and wood stand.

Sale: FS29 (19 Jan 2016)
Auction Lot: 0535
Estimate: £200-£300
Realised: £5,200
A Chinese blue and white cylindrical brushpot painted with three figures and a deer in a continuous landscape with pine trees and rockwork, apocryphal six-character Chenghua mark, 12.5cm high and ...

Sale FS18; Lot: 0756: ADAMS, Dudley (1762-1830) a pair of Regency 12 ins terrestrial and celestial table globes the terrestrial globe inscribed 'This new globe of the Earth correctly laid down according to ye best observations & latest discoveries, Dudley Adams, Fleet Street, London, 1807', the gores hand coloured in outline, marking the tracks of the second and third voyages of James Cook and Anson's voyage; the celestial globe inscribed 'This new celestial globe containing all ye Southern Constellations lately observed at the Cape of Good Hope and all the stars in Flamstead's British Catalogue, Dudley Adams, Fleet Street, London 1809. The gores decorated with constellation figures, named in Latin and English, mounted on mahogany tripod stands, the legs united by an undertier incorporating a compass, 2ft (61cm) high.

Sale: FS18 (24 Apr 2013)
Auction Lot: 0756
Estimate: £7,000-£10,000
Realised: £22,000
ADAMS, Dudley (1762-1830) a pair of Regency 12 ins terrestrial and celestial table globes the terrestrial globe inscribed 'This new globe of the Earth correctly laid down according to ye ...