More family portraits, these from the first half of the 20th century. British. Bernard Fleetwood-Walker, artist (1895-1963).

"The Family." No date.
“The Family.” No date. © Estate of the artist. Fair use license. via http://artcontrarian.blogspot.com/2014/05/b-fleetwood-walker-of-birmingham.html
Mr and Mrs R H Butler and Their Daughters - 1936
“Mr and Mrs R H Butler and Their Daughters.” 1936. © Estate of the artist. Fair use license. via http://artcontrarian.blogspot.com/2014/05/b-fleetwood-walker-of-birmingham.html
"Children." 1947.
“Children.” 1947. Oil on canvas. © Estate of the artist. Image courtesy wikioo.org. Fair use license. via https://wikioo.org/paintings.php?refarticle=AQS6PJ&titlepainting=Children&artistname=Bernard%20Fleetwood%20Walker

Designs for ceramics by A. W. Pugin who designed tiles that are in the Houses of Parliament. Minton Archives. Stoke-on-Trent, England.

Design S-4.
Design S-4. A. W. Pugin, artist. Image © Minton Archives. Fair use license. via http://www.themintonarchive.org.uk/pate-sur-pate-and-pugin-too/#more-10432
Design S-2.
Design S-2. A. W. Pugin, artist. Image © Minton Archives. Fair use license. via http://www.themintonarchive.org.uk/pate-sur-pate-and-pugin-too/#more-10432
Design S-6.
Design S-6. A. W. Pugin, artist. Image © Minton Archives. Fair use license. via http://www.themintonarchive.org.uk/pate-sur-pate-and-pugin-too/#more-10432
Design S-7.
Design S-7. A. W. Pugin, artist. Image © Minton Archives. Fair use license. via http://www.themintonarchive.org.uk/pate-sur-pate-and-pugin-too/#more-10432

A selection of watercolors and sketches from an album by Rosalie Boyle who lived in the parish of Woodford, Essex, England which show scenes from the life of an average lady of that time period, 1862-1870. Quite interesting. From the website of antiquarian bookseller Justin Croft.

"Some pretty pictures are to be obtained between Geneva and Paris."
“Some pretty pictures are to be obtained between Geneva and Paris.” interior of a railway sleeping compartment on the Geneva-Paris line. 1862-1870. Image Image © 2020 Justin Croft. Fair use license. via https://www.justincroft.com/search/?vl_tag=social+sciences&vl_page=4
"And doth not a meeting like this make amends (pocket knives at a premium."
“And doth not a meeting like this make amends (pocket knives at a premium.” 1862-1870. Image © 2020 Justin Croft. Fair use license. via https://www.justincroft.com/search/?vl_tag=social+sciences&vl_page=4
"Sand Hoppers."
“Sand Hoppers.” Image © 2020 Justin Croft. Fair use license. via https://www.justincroft.com/search/?vl_tag=social+sciences&vl_page=4
"Charlie - Charlie this is not in the  Programme!'
“Charlie – Charlie this is not in the Programme!’ Image © 2020 Justin Croft. Fair use license. via https://www.justincroft.com/search/?vl_tag=social+sciences&vl_page=4

Paintings of Milton’s water nymph Sabrina, mostly with her suite of lesser nymphs. Various nineteenth century British painters.

Etty, William, 1787-1849; Sabrina and Her Nymphs
“Sabrina and Her Nymphs.” 1841. English. Oil on canvas. William Etty, artist (1787-1849). Image © New Walk Museum & Art Gallery. Photo credit: Leicester Arts and Museums Service. Fair use license. via https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/sabrina-and-her-nymphs-81095
"Sabrina." ca. 1821.
“Sabrina.” ca. 1821. British. Oil on canvas. Henry Howard, artist (1769-1847).Image © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Fair use license. via https://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O123338/sabrina-oil-painting-howard-henry-ra/
"Sabrina." Exhibited in 1880.
“Sabrina.” Exhibited in 1880. English. Watercolor and bodycolor with gum arabic. Samuel Palmer, artist (1805-1881). Image © 2020 Andrew Clayton-Payne, London. Fair use license. via https://www.clayton-payne.com/artworks/9448/

Art Nouveau era ceramics, some edging into Art Deco. Designed by Walter Slater for Shelley Pottery which started in 1896 and operated until it was taken over in 1966. All of these happening to have come from the website for Bonhams.

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Intarsio vases, one in globe and shaft form decorated with a stylized scrolling foliate motif in purple, green, and mauve. The other is a small ewer with a bulbous body decorated with carnations. ca. 1911. Printed makers mark, numbered “3577” and “3010.”Image © Bonhams 2001-2020. Fair use license. via https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/15302/lot/233/
Lustre bowl. ca. 1919-21.
Lustre bowl with a sea green ground. Decorated with central foliate scrolls in blue, yellow and green and embellished with gilt. Green “Spano-lustra” candlestick with a swirling form. ca. 1919-21. Signed with a printed makers mark. Image © Bonhams 2001-2020. Fair use license. via https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/15302/lot/273/
Lustre ginger jar and cover. ca. 1915.
Lustre ginger jar and cover, iridescent pink/golden ground with gilt slip trailed decoration of dragonflies and floral tendrils. ca. 1915. Attributed to Walter Slater. Printed mark. Image © Bonhams 2001-2020. Fair use license. via https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/10826/lot/168/

Far away people who probably never looked like this. History paintings with a touch of the Pre-Raphaelite mixed with a bit of Neo I don’t know what. But fun. Herbert Gustave Schmalz (Herbert Gustave Carmichael), English artist. Living from 1856 to 1935, he was a friend of William Holman Hunt and Frederic Leighton.

"Too Late." ca.1884-86. Oil on canvas.
“Too Late.” ca.1884-86. Oil on canvas. Collection of the Bendigo Art Gallery. Image © 2016 Creative Victoria and CV Content Contributors. Fair use license. via https://cv.vic.gov.au/stories/creative-life/selection-from-bendigo-art-gallery/too-late/
"Faithful until death" (Christianes ad Leones!).
“Faithful until death” (Christianes ad Leones!). No date. Exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1888. Signed “Herbert Carmichael” on the lower right. Image © 2019 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via https://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/ecatalogue/2018/fine-old-master-19th-century-european-art-n09814/lot.862.html
Schmalz, Herbert Gustave, 1856-1935; Saint Monica's Prayer
“Saint Monica’s Prayer.” No date. Oil on canvas. Photo credit: Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, MIMA. Image © Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, MIMA. Fair use license. via https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/saint-monicas-prayer-56651
"Dust to Dust." 1881.
“Dust to Dust.” 1881. Oil on canvas. Private collection. In the public domain due to age. via https://artchive.ru/artists/5461~Herbert_Gustave_Schmalz/works/220129~Ashes_to_ashes

Colorful ceramic jugs designed by Susie Cooper for Gray’s Pottery, Hanley, England, whom she worked for in the 1920s, starting her own firm afterward.

Cubist design. 1920s.
Cubist design. 1920s. Marked ” Hand-painted, Gray’s Pottery, Hanley, England. Designed by Susie Cooper” on the underside. Image © 2019 — World Collectors Net. Fair use license. via http://www.worldcollectorsnet.com/whats-it-worth/susie-cooper-price-guide-value-guide/attachment/susie-cooper-grays-pottery-art-deco-cubist-jug/
"Paris" cubist design jug. ca. 1930.
“Paris” cubist design jug with cup. ca. 1930. ” Marked “Hand-painted, Gray’s Pottery, Hanley, England. Designed by Susie Cooper.” Image © 2019 Andrew Muir. Fair use license. via https://andrew-muir.com/items/grays-pottery-susie-cooper-perfect-cubist-design-mid-size-paris-jug-c-1930/2466
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Jug in a Art Deco cubist geometric design. 1920s. Fully marked for Gray’s Pottery to the base. Image © 2019 – WorthPoint Corporation. Fair use license. via https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/susie-cooper-grays-pottery-art-deco-1778406257