c1890s. Eight watercolours, 17.2 x 15.5cm to 23.7 x 21.4cm. Slight creases, foxing or soiling to some images. Subjects include sewing, embroidery, entertainment, and merchants of birds and plants.
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c1930s. Double-sided oil painting on paper, signature incised into image lower right, titled and signed in ink below image verso, 68.2 x 50cm. Pinholes, missing portions and tears to edges, slight crinkles. Verso image shows a musician playing a banjo. Maurice Bilton was a lecturer at Ridgewood Art Institute (RAI)...
c1930s. Three watercolours, each signed lower right, 30.8 x 16.2cm (approx. each, paper size). Slight stains and foxing overall, minor cockling, chips and discolouration to edges. The Japanese term for a rickshaw runner is jinrikisha, which literally translates as man-powered wheels. The rickshaw was invented in Japan.
c1930s. Oil on canvas, signed lower right, 44.5 x 59.7cm. Framed.
1932. Oil on canvas, signed and dated lower right, 39.6 x 58.8cm. Framed.
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c1840s. Group of four watercolours with gouache and highlight, each titled in pencil verso, 26 x 35.5cm (approx. each). Four types of water cures are illustrated. Titles include “Lamp Treatment; Sitz Bath; Wata [sic] Cure, Packing.” In the mid-19th century there was a popular revival of the water cure (hydrotherapy).....