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Rountree Fine Art in Yorkshire Post Magazine

 An article on our painting The merchantman Lady Shore being looted by the French corvette Le Moineau in Table Bay by Thomas Whitcombe (1752-1824) was written by John Vincent. This article follows on from his previous one about the diary of Thomas Millard, carpenter onboard The Lady Shore, entitled Mutiny on the Lady Shore, which was sold in Sotheby's in May. The author describes the dramatic events which surrounded Lady Shore the year before this diary was written. 

Jamie Rountree reports on the Lee Plate Cricket match in the Antiques Trade Gazette

 Jamie Rountree of Rountree Fine Art plays and reports on the cricket match between a Christie's XI and members of the Art Trade. The annual Lee Plate Cricket match was subsequently won by the Art Trade team.

Rountree Fine Art in Antiques Diary

Our recently sold painting by E.B Herberte (1857-1893) entitled  The Barnet Horse Fair is shown alongside an article on The Lapada Fine Art and Antiques Fair in Berkeley Square.

Rountree Fine Art in Antiquariato Italy

 Rountree Fine Art's painting by Jan Wyck (Haarlem 1640-1702 Mortlake) entitled An elegant hunting party preparing for the chase is mentioned and pictured alongside an article on the Lapada Fine Art and Antiques Fair in Berkeley square.

Rountree Fine Art in Country Life

 Rountree Fine Art is mentioned with regards to our J.M.W Turner R.A. (1775-1851) painting Cullaly Deedy, water-gate in the Outer-rampart of Seringapatam, where Tippoo Sultaun resided during the siege and mentions that we will be exhibiting it at the Lapada Fine Art and Antiques Fair.

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