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1. James P Power (fl.1920s-60s) was an artist known to have worked in Cornwall, Belgium and the Netherlands. Paintings of Looe, St Ives and Mousehole have emerged before and one came up at Halls of Shrewsbury on February 3. The 18½in x 2ft (47 x 61cm) oil on canvas came from a Herefordshire country house and was estimated at £200-300.

2. The London-born and largely self taught painter Edward Wesson (1910-83) developed a technique for creating compositions using simple economical brush strokes. At Roseberys in south London on March 2 this 8 x 11in (21 x 28cm) watercolour, pen and black ink study of West Chiltington Church was estimated at £150-250.

3. Seascapes are the favoured subjects of Realist artist Peter Cosslett (b.1927) although the artist, who was born in Cardiff but lives in Torbay, also produced a number of winter scenes. A 11¾ x 15¾in (30 x 40cm) oil on canvas of a snowy landscape appeared at Franklin Browns of Edinburgh on February 27, estimated at £200-300.