1. Horses, dogs and hunting formed the subjects for George Thomas Paice (1854-1925). The English artist painted this 11 x 14in (28 x 36cm) oil on canvas of a chestnut horse, inscribed Zebba and dated to 1913, which sold on top estimate at Dee Atkinson & Harrison in Driffield, East Yorkshire, on August 24.
2. Landscapes were Robin Wallace’s (1897-1952) forte, especially of his home county of Westmorland, and he exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy. This 2ft 6in x 2ft 1in (76 x 63cm) oil on canvas woodland scene tipped over top estimate at Burstow & Hewett in Battle, East Sussex, on August 23.
3. This 19in x 2ft 5in (49 x 74.5cm) oil on canvas of hounds in a rocky stream, 1891, by Colin Graeme Roe (1858-1910), sold on top estimate at Golding Young & Mawer in Bourne on August 23. Prices for the artist are inconsistent because quality and content differ widely for the Sheffield-born painter, who had a drink problem.
Prices do not include buyer’s premium.