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INCLUDED IN

THIS ISSUE

John Bellany

Reginald Brill

Cecil Collins

Terry Frost

Margaret Mellis John Nash

Stanley Spencer

goldmark march 2013


ARTISTS INDEX

Bellany, John Brill, Reginald Chapman, George Collins, Cecil Cooper, Eileen Creffield, Dennis Daville, Greg Frink, Dame Elisabeth Frost, Sir Terry Hambling, Maggi Hughes, Patrick John, Augustus Mellis, Margaret Murakami, Takashi Nash, John Pasmore, Victor Piper, John Procktor, Patrick Rothenstein, Michael Spencer, Stanley Sutherland, Graham Thornton, Valerie Tilson, Joe Trevelyan, Julian

front cover 1 32 2,3 24 back cover 25 22 6 23 25 8,9 7 26,27 10,11 28,29 16,17 33 18,19 4,5 20,21 12,13 14,15 30,31

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John Bellany

1.

Untitled

oil on canvas, signed, 39.5 x 29.5 cm

£4000

Gérard Jean-Nicolas

The potter’s potter

EXHIBITION Saturday 27th April

Gérard lives in Provence and this is his first major UK

exhibition, which will be supported by a fully illustrated catalogue and a film. Many of the potters we represent

have told us that Jean-Nicolas is amongst their favourites.


Reginald Brill | 1

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Ophelia

oil on board, c1940, signed, 34 x 30 cm

ÂŁ1750

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Cecil Collins Cecil Collins was born in Plymouth in 1908. He studied at the Royal College of Art in

London. In the 1930s Collins was influenced by several contemporary artists including

Picasso, Paul Klee and some of the Surrealists. By the late ‘30s Collins was developing his own highly individualistic style of Neo-

Romanticism, encompassing visionary and

mystical elements and his growing interest in Far Eastern Art and philosophy – recurring

motifs being the Fool, the Angel and the Soul.

Collins was awarded the M.B.E. in 1979 and

the Tate Gallery held a retrospective of his

prints in 1981 followed by one of his paintings

in 1989. Patrick Reyntiens described him as

the most important metaphysical artist to

have emerged in England since William Blake.

He died in 1989.


Cecil Collins | 3

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Actors

oil on canvas, 1949, signed, 25 x 18 cm

ÂŁ15,000


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Stanley Spencer Stanley Spencer was born at Cookham in 1891

and he lived and worked there for most of his life. He studied at Slade School of Art then served in the Great War. Spencer’s diverse

work encompasses religious subjects,

landscapes, still-lifes, portraits, flowers, figures and genre scenes. He is widely

regarded as one of the most important British

artists of the 20th century. He was knighted in 1959 and his continuing recognition as an

artist has been signified by many retrospective exhibitions of his work since his death.

Fernlea, Cookham, Private collection


Stanley Spencer | 5

2 pages from a sketchbook. Probably

for the painting Fernlea, Cookham

Provenance: The artist’s family

Anthony d’Offay label on verso BUY ONLINE >> 4.

Study for a Painting

pencil and wash, c1920, 18 x 46 cm

£10,000

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Sir Terry Frost

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Untitled

mixed media and collage, 1959, signed, 25 x 38 cm

ÂŁ7500


Margaret Mellis | 7

Margaret Mellis was a

pivotal figure in modernist British art. She led the

migration to St. Ives in

Cornwall from 1939 and

was later a mentor to the

teenage Damien Hirst. Married to Francis

Davison, she died in 2009. A copy of Andrew

Lambirth’s superb book Margaret Mellis, Lund

Humphries, 2010

will accompany this work.

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Anemone

oil on canvas, c1950-52, M Mellis stamp on back of frame, 40 x 35 cm

ÂŁ8000


8|

Augustus John

Listed in the Mercury Gallery Augustus John

Drawings catalogue, entry no 57.

Pages from a Sketchbook, Mercury Gallery label on

reverse.

Listed in the Mercury Gallery Augustus John Drawings catalogue, entry no 45.

Pages from a Sketchbook, Mercury Gallery

There is also a portrait on reverse of this image.

label on reverse.

7.

8.

The Onlookers

pencil, c1898, 11.5 x 10 cm

ÂŁ1950

Head of a Girl

pencil, c1898, 15.5 x 10 cm

ÂŁ2250


Augustus John | 9

John studied at the Slade

School of Art where he won

the Slade Prize, becoming the

star pupil of drawing teacher Henry Tonks and, even

Provenance:

With Abbott & Holder from Montgomery

Scott Collection (direct from the Artist).

before his graduation, was recognized as the most

talented draughtsman of his generation.

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Dorelia, Gwen Salmond and Euphemia Lamb

pen and ink, c1907, 23 x 25 cm

ÂŁ4500


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John Nash

10. China Clay Landscape

watercolour, late 1930s, 37.5 x 50 cm

ÂŁ2450

John Nash estate stamp on the back of both pieces.

Acquired by us directly from the estate.


John Nash | 11

A scarce early Nash drawing with

a hidden figure in the foreground.

11. Thatched House

ink, c1923, 31.5 x 44.5 cm

ÂŁ5000

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Valerie Thornton

12. Untitled

etching and aquatint, ed 40, signed, 52 x 39.5 cm

£450

13. Sangüesa, Spain

etching and aquatint, 1982, ed 60, signed, 64.5 x 41.5 cm

£650


Valerie Thornton | 13

14. Untitled

etching and aquatint, ed 50

signed, 40 x 52 cm

ÂŁ550

15. St. Hilda's College, Old Hall etching and aquatint, hors commerce

signed, 35.5 x 51.5 cm

ÂŁ650

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Joe Tilson

16. Proscinèmi, for Demeter

soft ground etching, aquatint and collage, 1981, artist’s proof ed 10, signed, 80.5 x 121.5 cm

£950


Joe Tilson | 15

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Persephone

soft ground etching with carborundum, 1985, artist’s proof ed 10, signed, 86.5 x 76 cm

ÂŁ850

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John Piper

18. Woodman's Cottage, Charente

screenprint, 1968, artist’s proof aside from ed 70, signed, 42.5 x 65.5 cm

£1950


John Piper | 17

This print was made by the eminent collotype printers The Cotswold Collotype Company Ltd.

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collotype, 1976, signed, 42 x 36.5 cm

ÂŁ1250


18 |

Michael Rothenstein

20. Butterfly Bird

woodcut, 1988, ed 75, signed, 57.5 x 62 cm

ÂŁ1400


Michael Rothenstein | 19

This large watercolour was

the study for the 1974 woodcut with screenprint and linocut in Rothenstein’s Seven Colours

series.

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

new price ÂŁ1500

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Graham Sutherland

22. Field of Rocks, with a Candle

etching and aquatint, 1974, artist’s proof aside from ed 50, initialled, 41 x 32.5 cm

£1250

Printed by Valter and Eleonora Rossi, Rome. This print has the edition details embossed into the paper along with the printer’s details. Has the 2RC embossed blind stamp and GS blind stamp.


Graham Sutherland | 21

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etching, 1973, artist’s proof aside from ed 75, initialled, 47 x 34 cm

£1250


22 |

Dame Elisabeth Frink

24. Untitled (Freedom)

etching, 1988, ed 100, signed, 17.5 x 12 cm

ÂŁ1600


Maggi Hambling | 23

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(Freedom)

etching, 1988, ed 100, signed, 23 x 15.5 cm

ÂŁ750

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Eileen Cooper

26. Untitled (Freedom)

etching, 1988, ed 100, signed, 30 x 21 cm

ÂŁ250


Greg Daville

Patrick Hughes | 25

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Sun (Freedom)

etching, 1988, ed 100, signed, 23 x 17 cm

£195

28. Roads to Freedom

etching, 1988, ed 100, signed, 20 x 12.5 cm

£250


26 |

Takashi Murakami

29. Kansei: Even the Digital Remain has Flowers to Offer screenprint, 2010, ed 300, signed, 71 x 71 cm

ÂŁ1250


Takashi Murakami | 27

Takashi Murakami is an internationally prolific

contemporary Japanese artist.

Born in Tokyo in 1962,

Murakami is a painter,

printmaker, sculptor, fashion designer and animator.

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screenprint, 2010, ed 300, signed, 71 x 71 cm

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Victor Pasmore

31. Untitled

etching, 1991/92, artist’s proof aside from ed 50, signed, 29.5 x 30 cm

£1450

32. Untitled

etching, 1991/92, artist’s proof aside from ed 50, signed, 29.5 x 30 cm

£1450


Victor Pasmore | 29

BUY ONLINE >> 33. Points of Contact No 15

screenprint, 1969, artist’s proof ed 5, signed, 140 x 54.5 cm

£2500


30 |

Julian Trevelyan

Trevelyan’s popularity continues to increase. Last week two of his

etchings made £1450

and £1750 in auction.

34. Elephants, from the Africa Suite

etching and aquatint, 1966/67, ed 125, signed, 47.5 x 32 cm

£1250


Julian Trevelyan | 31

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etching and aquatint, 1969, artist’s proof aside from ed 75, signed, 35 x 47 cm

£1250


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George Chapman

One of Chapman’s most sought-after prints.

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etching and aquatint, c1960s, ed 50, signed, 67.5 x 34.5 cm

£1450


Patrick Procktor | 33

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I Fear Thee, Ancient Mariner!

etching and aquatint, 1975/76, artist’s proof aside from ed 150, signed, 47.5 x 35 cm

ÂŁ650

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Dennis Creffield

38. Notre Dame, West Front

charcoal, 1990, signed, 76.5 x 56.5 cm

ÂŁ1500

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Mixed Artist Catalogue - March 2013  

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