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1. This 14 x 21in (35 x 53cm) oil of the Yorkshire seaside town of Whitby painted by Albert Goodwin (1845-1932), was one of over 50 works by the artist from a private collection at Lacy Scott & Knight’s sale on March 23 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Whitby, especially the ruins of its abbey, was a favourite painting spot for Goodwin who returned to the town many times.

2. Cardiff saleroom Rogers Jones sold two 7 x 10in (17 x 26cm) pen and ink drawings (one pictured here) relating to life in Welsh Patagonia by Delyth Llwyd Evans De Jones (1915-86) on March 23. Jones was a leading painter from the Welsh-Argentine settlement and a descendant of Michael De Jones, the congregational minister who founded the settlement in the 1860s.

2. Eric Newton Atkinson (b.1928) majored in abstracted landscapes so this 16 x 14in (40 x 36cm) oil on board of a women playing the piano, titled Joanna, is an unusual subject for the painter. The picture was among more than 150 works from the collection at Hertfordshire County Council offered for sale at Cheffins on March 21002E

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