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C RICKET F INE A RT


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Lily Samarine Drypoint and Carborundum 151/4" x 121/2"

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Gabriel Samarine Drypoint and Carborundum 151/4" x 121/2"

I think I may count myself as a committed collector of Kate Boxer’s work, a thing I am extremely happy to be.And now I find these people she is presenting quite irresistible.We have lived with Nikolai Gogol for a year or so (who featured in her last exhibition at Cricket Fine Art) and find him the best of company. Kate’s work is artful and instinctively clever.There is a kind of jauntiness and wit to her choice and portrayal of figures whether literary or historical, human or animal but nothing fey. And it is entirely and characteristically original. Her technique is fascinating for the overlap of textures and mediums: prints look like drawings or have surfaces like paintings and paintings show their drawing - (which is a thing to love in Kate’s work) – her alternately scratchy and fluid line which gets the essence of a face or movement and secures the subject on her sheet or canvas with such grace. I love Picasso, Cote d’Azur blue, and at his most simian; an all-seeing Eleanor Roosevelt; Jean Gabin – insouciant and boyish, crease-eyed through the smoke (excellently done); Jean Rhys uncowed, beautiful Willy Landels in his hat and Guy Fawkes who manages to be both scary and scared and I want his ruff. In fact I can’t wait for the opening and to meet them all face to face, even with Saladin and his horse doing their elegant best to chase us away. Alexandra Chaldecott Front cover: Jean Gabin 1904–1976 Mixed Media on Canvas 471/4" x 351/2"


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C RICKET F INE A RT Requests the pleasure of your company at the

P RIVATE V IEW of

KATE BOXER S URRENDER WITH P RIDE at 2 Park Walk, London, SW10 0AD Tuesday 17th June 2014 6.00 – 8.00pm The exhibition continues until 28th June 2014. Paintings are for sale on receipt of the catalogue. The exhibition can be viewed at www.cricketfineart.co.uk

 2 Park Walk Chelsea London SW10 0AD Tel: 020 7352 2733 Mobile: 07778 568 367 email: info@cricketfineart.co.uk website: www.cricketfineart.co.uk


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Panther Drypoint and Carborundum 28" x 38"

Jeremy and Joanie Carborundum, Oil Pastel and Gouache 19" x 21" 2


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Eleanor Roosevelt 1884–1962 Mixed Media on Canvas 471/4" x 351/2" 3


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Agatha Christie 1890–1976 Mixed Media on Canvas 411/2" x 36" 4


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Above: Picasso Drypoint, Carborundum and Gouache 30" x 241/2"

Below: CĂŠzanne Drypoint and Carborundum 151/2" x 121/2"

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Dick Turpin leaving for York Drypoint 191/2" x 22"

Dick Turpin on his way to York Drypoint 191/2" x 22" Dick Turpin arriving in York Drypoint 191/2" x 22" 6


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Nestor Makhno 1888–1934 Mixed Media on Canvas 471/4" x 351/2" 7


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Come Here Drypoint and Oil Pastel 34" x 431/4"

Ziggy Drypoint 93/4" x 223/4" 8


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Goose Drypoint, Carborundum and Gouache 28" x 361/4"

Arthur Rimbaud in Abyssinia Drypoint and Chine-collĂŠ 241/2" x 241/2" 9


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Mikhail Bakunin 1814-1876 Mixed Media on Canvas 471/4" x 351/2" 10


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Prince Peter Kropotkin 1842–1921 Mixed Media on Canvas 471/4" x 351/2" 11


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Carson McCullers Drypoint, Carborundum and Gouache 241/2" x 201/4"

Bessie Smith Drypoint and Carborundum 241/4" x 173/4"

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Edith Wharton 1862–1937 Mixed Media on Canvas 471/4" x 351/2" 13


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Arthur Rimbaud Drypoint 151/4" x 121/2"

Hannah TW Drypoint 151/4" x 121/2"

Willie Landels Drypoint 151/2" x 121/2"

Stephen Runciman Drypoint, Carborundum and Gouache 151/4" x 121/2"


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Fanny Burney 1752-1840 Mixed Media on Canvas 471/4" x 351/2" 15


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Bessie Smith 1894–1937 Mixed Media on Canvas 471/4" x 351/2" 16


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Above: Jean Rhys Drypoint and Carborundum 153/4" x 121/2"

Below: Frederico Fellini Drypoint and Carborundum 241/2" x 181/2"

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Batman Drypoint and Chine-collĂŠ 171/2" x 161/4"

Saladin Drypoint 17" x 22" 18


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Above: Guy Fawkes Drypoint and Carborundum 241/2" x 181/2"

Below: James Joyce Drypoint, Carborundum and Gouache 241/2" x 18"

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Jean Paul Sartre Drypoint, Carborundum and Chine-collé 151/2" x 121/2"

Simone de Beauvoir Drypoint, Carborundum and Chine-collé 151/2" x 121/2"

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Above: Jonathan Swift Drypoint and Carborundum 241/4" x 181/2"

Below: Esther Johnson Stella Drypoint and Carborundum 241/4" x 181/2"

Back cover: Dalmatian Drypoint and Carborundum 301/2" x 383/4"


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C RICKET F INE A RT 2 Park Walk Chelsea London SW10 0AD Tel: 020 7352 2733 Mobile: 07778 568 367 email: info@cricketfineart.co.uk website: www.cricketfineart.co.uk


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