介绍： 壶底有“大亨”印款。 邵大亨（1796-1850），清嘉庆道光年间人，是继陈鸣远以后的一代制壶大家，其制壶以光素器见长，所作简洁庄重，气势不凡，大亨壶在清代已被视若拱璧，深得藏家珍爱，有“一壶千金，几不可得”之誉。
Colin W. Burns (b. 1944)
画家中文译名：科林 · 伯恩斯
Victoria Embankment, London
signed ‘Colin W Burns’ (lower left) and inscribed ‘”Victoria Embankment, London”‘ (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
18¼ x 26¼ in. (46.3 x 66.5 cm.)
Colin Burns is a renowned painter of landscape, sporting art and natural history subjects. Born in Norfolk, many of Colin’s paintings depict views of East Anglia, the beauty of which has inspired so many fine artists from the 18th century to the present day. However, he is equally adept at capturing the highlands of Scotland and many other beautiful unspoilt areas of England.
He has held seven one-man exhibitions in London and his work is represented in many important private collections, both in Europe and America.
GEORGE WILLIAM MOTE (1832-1909)
画家中文译名：乔治 · 威廉姆 · 莫特
The Garden of England
signed and dated ‘G.W. MOTE/1865′ (lower right)
oil on canvas
24 x 29 in. (63 x 76 cm.)
George William Mote was a British painter. He produced a series of landscape oil paintings. Mote started painting as the gardener/caregiver to Sir Thomas Phillips of Middle Hill. Many of Mote’s paintings have been exhibited at Royal Academy and Suffolk Street Gallery of the Royal Society of British Artists.
Mote might be described as being to British 19th century landscape painting what ‘Le Douanier’ Rousseau was to French Impressionism.
Like Rousseau, George Mote was largely self-taught and came from a very different social class than many of his fellow artist. In Motes’ case he was working as a gardener/caretaker (rather than a customs officer) when he first began to have his work exhibited. Mote had an impressive 15 paintings exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1857-1873, 18 works at the famous Suffolk Street Gallery of the Royal Society of British Artists.
THOMAS FRANCIS DICKSEE (1819-1895)
画家中文译名：托马斯· 弗朗西斯 · 迪克赛尔
BEATRICE -”I WONDER THAT YOU WILL STILL BE TALKING SIGNIOR BENEDICK, NOBODY MARKS YOU.” MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING ACT I SCENE I
signed with monogram and dated ’83′ (lower left) and further signed and inscribed ‘T.F. Dicksee/ 7 Russell Place/ London’ (on the artist’s label on the reverse) and with title inscribed (on an old label on the reverse)
oil on canvas
14¼ x 11¾ in. (36.2 x 29.8 cm.)
Thomas Francis Dicksee was a painter of portraits and historical genre, who studied under H.P. Briggs, the portrait painter. He exhibited at the Royal Academy between from 1841 until the year of his death, at the British Institution and the Royal Society of British Artists. Most of his subjects were Shakespearean and he also produced some historical and pure genre pictures.
His brother John Robert Dicksee was also a painter, and his children, Sir Francis Dicksee and Margaret likewise became painters.