1. An 15 x 19¾in (38 x 50cm) print, Bruges at Dawn, was part of a series of woodcut views of the Belgian city made by Frank Brangwyn (1867-1956) and Yoshijiro Urushibara (1888-1953). This one had a £200-300 estimate at Lyon & Turnbull on April 1.
2. This oil on board by Walter Goodin (1907-92), sold at Sheffield Auction Gallery on March 20, depicts Bridlington Harbour. Signed and measuring 19¼ x 23½in (49 x 60cm), it was pitched at £150- 250. The artist was born in Hull and started as a railway porter but was discovered by the Beverley artist Fred Elwell in 1926, who paid for him to attend The Royal Academy Schools.
3. Moira Huntly (b.1932) is a painter of landscapes, architectural scenes and marine subjects – indeed, she is a member of the Royal Society of Marine Artists. This signed gouache depicts a trawler at Hull docks. The Julius Girmundsson Unloading, 20¾in x 2ft 4in (53 x 72cm), emerged at Keys of Aylsham on March 25 estimated at £150-200.
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