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goldmark june 2012


Frank Brangwyn

Liss Fine Art gallery label on reverse.

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Sketch for the Picture of St. John wash, 18.5 x 22.5 cm

ÂŁ975

ARTISTS INDEX Bartolozzi, Francesco

30,31

Phillips, Tom

22,23

Baskin, Leonard

28,29

Picasso, Pablo

24,25

Brangwyn, Frank

above

Piper, John

14,15

Ernst, Max Frost, Sir Terry Gross, Anthony

back cover

Procktor, Patrick

16-19

Rothenstein, Michael

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Sutherland, Graham

8,12,13

Knight, Dame Laura

32,33

Tilson, Joe

Matisse, Henri

26,27

Trevelyan, Julian

Nash, John

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4-7

Wood, Harold

20,21 10 2,3

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Anthony Gross

Another superb early Gross painting from his trip to Algeria in 1927.

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Rue des Juifs, Algeria

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watercolour, 1927, signed, 35 x 25 cm

ÂŁ3000

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Harold Wood

Born in 1918 in Lancashire. After 6 years wartime service, Wood worked as an illustrator in London and spent 'all my spare time in the National Gallery'. The early Italian masters, Oskar Kokoschka whom he met in 1954 and the writings of John Berger were

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Two Birds II gouache on card, 1959, signed, 18.5 x 24 cm

ÂŁ675

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key influences. Painted full time from 1955 having notable shows at Beaux Arts Gallery, Zwemmer and Redfern. He carried out extensive commissions for the writer Wolf Mankowitz and sold to many clients in the entertainment industry.


Harold Wood

4.

Two Birds I gouache on card, 1959, signed, 18.5 x 24 cm

To order phone 01572 821424 all prices include framing, vat and uk delivery

ÂŁ750

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John Nash

This series of John Nash watercolours and drawings has come to us directly from the John Nash Estate. Some have colour notes and are squared up. They are typical of the artist’s working studies.

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4

Dunes

(top)

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Scottish Coast

pencil and crayon, signed, c1945, 21 x 29.5 cm

watercolour and pencil, c1945, 25 x 37 cm

£1450

£1450


John Nash

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Yorkshire Landscape I watercolour, c1945, 22 x 29.5 cm

ÂŁ1450

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John Nash

8.

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The Leaning Chimney

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Yorkshire Stream

watercolour, c1945, 29.5 x 22 cm

watercolour, c1945, 29.5 x 21 cm

£1450

£1450


John Nash

10. Yorkshire Landscape II watercolour, c1945, 22 x 29.5 cm

ÂŁ1450

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Graham Sutherland

1967 was the year in which Sutherland was making his great series of lithographs A Bestiary and Some Correspondences. This series included two prints of bats. Some of the elements in this wonderful study are contained in the first lithograph.

11. Chauve Souris in Flight ink, wash and pencil, 1967, initialled and dated, 66 x 50 cm

was ÂŁ12,000, now ÂŁ8500

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Michael Rothenstein

This large watercolour was the study for the 1974 woodcut with screenprint and linocut in the Rothenstein’s Seven Colours series.

12. Paint Tube

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watercolour, 1972/73, signed, 92.5 x 59 cm

ÂŁ2850

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Julian Trevelyan

13. Ischia etching and aquatint, 1979, ed 150, signed, 34.5 x 47.5 cm

ÂŁ850

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visit juliantrevelyan.com


Patrick Procktor

14. Quinta da Vargelas screenprint, 1979, ed 180, signed, 51 x 73 cm

To order phone 01572 821424 all prices include framing, vat and uk delivery

ÂŁ795

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Graham Sutherland

One of Sutherland’s greatest prints, in immaculate condition chosen by Tassi as the illustration for the front cover of his catalogue raisonné of the artist’s prints.

Three prints signed by Sutherland but aside from the edition of 70 have we think come from Sutherland’s chauffeur.

15. Insect (Simulating Seeds)

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lithograph, 1968, aside from ed 70, signed, 50 x 66 cm

£2750

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Graham Sutherland

16. Emerging Insect

17. Bird Form (full face)

lithograph, 1968, aside from ed 70, signed, 66 x 50 cm

lithograph, 1968, aside from ed 70, signed, 58 x 28 cm

was £1200, now £750 (great value)

£1150

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John Piper

18. Harlaxton Through the Gate screenprint, 1977, artist’s proof, signed, 71 x 53 cm

£3450

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John Piper

19. Thornton Abbey Gateway

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screenprint, 1987, ed 70, signed, 45.5 x 59.5 cm

ÂŁ2750

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Sir Terry Frost

I've been in love with Lorca's poetry for fifteen years. Lorca awakened something in me. I love black and Lorca and the Duende and black envelop me. Images wrestle with me when I read Lorca, he probes the distance between each emotion. Terry Frost

20. Lament for Ignacio Sanchez Mejios etching, 1989, ed 75, signed, 55.5 x 37.5 cm

ÂŁ1450

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Sir Terry Frost

21. It Is True etching, 1989, ed 75, signed, 55.5 x 37.5 cm

To order phone 01572 821424 all prices include framing, vat and uk delivery

ÂŁ1250

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Sir Terry Frost

22. Green and Orange lithograph, 1970, ed 75, signed, 40 x 50.5 cm

ÂŁ950

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Sir Terry Frost

Frost made two laced prints in 1968 and 1971 and returned to this theme once morein his life for this beautiful screenprint, made to accompany the 100 deluxe copies of the book Terry Frost by David Lewis.

23. Untitled (Laced III)

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screenprint and leather lace, 1994, ed 100, signed, 26 x 54.5 cm

ÂŁ1250

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Joe Tilson

A series of 9 aquatints on Aquarelle Arches paper, printed in Verona by Stamperia D'Arte Berardinelli.

The Nine Muses aquatints, 2005, HC aside from ed 45, signed, 38 x 28 cm

ÂŁ450 each or two for ÂŁ750

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24. Calliope 26. Terpsichore

25. Euterpe 27. Erato


Joe Tilson

28. Melpomene 30. Clio

29. Urania 31. Polymnia

32. Thalia

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Tom Phillips

33.

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Tom Phillips by Snowdon

Packed with allusion and literary references, Tom Phillips is one of our great printmakers.

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The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri, Inferno intaglio, lithograph or screenprint, 1983, edition, signed, 29 x 20 cm

ÂŁ350 each or 3 for ÂŁ700

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Tom Phillips

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Pablo Picasso

Picasso's Buffon is one of the greatest bestiaries of the 20th century. Picasso had just met the printer Roger Lacouriere, who introduced him to the technique of lift-ground or sugar-lift aquatint, which makes a whole range of

43. Wolf

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extremely subtle grey tones possible. He completed an etching a day. The spontaneity of the plates is attested by the freehand margins, the rapidly drawn line and the use of fingerprints for textural variety.

44. Lioness

etching & aquatint, 1942, ed 226, 34 x 24.5 cm

etching & aquatint, 1942, ed 226, 26.5 x 20.5 cm

ÂŁ2250

ÂŁ2750


Pablo Picasso

45. Dragonfly

46. Grasshopper

etching & aquatint, 1942, ed 226, 26.5 x 20.5 cm

etching & aquatint, 1942, ed 226, 27 x 20.5 cm

ÂŁ1750

ÂŁ1750 visit pablopicassoprints.com

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Henri Matisse

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Untitled pochoir (hand-coloured through stencils), c1928, ed 500, signed in plate

ÂŁ750 each

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47. 48. 49. 50.

16 x 16 cm 22 x 16 cm 16 x 20 cm 15.5 x 22.5 cm


Henri Matisse

49.

50.

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Leonard Baskin

51. Sitting Bull

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52. White Horse

lithograph, 1972, ed 160, signed, 73 x 46 cm

lithograph, 1972, ed 160, signed, 80 x 53 cm

ÂŁ550

ÂŁ550


Leonard Baskin

53. Chief White Man, Kiowa

54. Wolf Robe, Cheyenne

lithograph, 1972, ed 100, signed, 87 x 61 cm

lithograph, 1972, ed 160, signed, 81 x 55 cm

ÂŁ550

ÂŁ550 visit leonardbaskinprints.com

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Francesco Bartolozzi Hans Holbein's drawings in the Royal Collection at Windsor Castle are amongst the finest Renaissance portraits of their kind. In the 1790s Bartolozzi, arguably the greatest ever stipple engraver, was charged with reinterpreting Holbein's masterpieces. The two Bartolozzi prints offered here are magnificent portraits of Holbein and his wife.

Hans Holbein (the younger) was born in Augsburg, Germany about 1497 the son of the painter Hans Holbein the elder. Holbein is generally recognised as one of the finest North European Renaissance painters. He first visited England in 1526 and stayed for two years. He had an introduction to Sir Thomas More from Erasmus and More became his first English patron. Holbein returned to England in 1532 and remained there until his death in 1543. He was Court Painter to Henry VIII.

55. Hans Holbein stipple engraving, 1792, 51.5 x 39 cm

ÂŁ2500

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Francesco Bartolozzi

Holbein married Elsbeth Binzenstock, the widow of a tanner, at Basle in Switzerland in 1519. Elsbeth never came to England but as the legal wife of Holbein she may be the subject of his picture. However when Holbein finally settled in England in 1532 he took a 'common law wife' by whom he had two illegitimate children. Holbein's second family was acknowledged in a will he made just before his death in 1543.

56. Holbein's Wife stipple engraving, 1792, 51.5 x 39 cm

ÂŁ2500

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Dame Laura Knight

57. The Infant etching and aquatint, 1926, ed 50, signed, 30.5 x 29.5 cm

was £1000 now £500

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Dame Laura Knight

58. Casting Corn drypoint, 1943, ed not known, signed, 20 x 31.5 cm

To order phone 01572 821424 all prices include framing, vat and uk delivery

ÂŁ775

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Max Ernst

59. Oiseaux lithograph, 1975, ed 99, signed, 34 x 61.5 cm

ÂŁ2450

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Mixed Artist Catalogue - June 2012  

Catalogue showing a selection of work available from Goldmark Gallery.

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