1872 – 1934
Signed with Initials and dated 1892
Frame size: 12½ inches x 15½ inches / 31.75 x 39.5 cm
Stock Number: 091593/spr13
Charles Dixon could also have been classified as ‘neglected’. His style is rather similar to that of WL Wyllie, perhaps a trifle softer, and his colours are usually warm and his draughtsmanship accurate. He performed a fine service in recording many scenes on the tidal Thames and exhibited in the Royal Academy from 1889 onwards. He is perhaps better known today for his watercolours than his oils, although the latter have much merit.
George IV Mahogany Pembroke Work Table with two real and two faux drawers, on elegant ring turned legs ending on castors.
ANTIQUE STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE OF RED & WHITE GUNDOG
ANTIQUE STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURES OF STANDING ZEBRAS
ANTIQUE STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURES OF GREYHOUNDS