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Henry Moore

Henry Moore is generally acknowledged as one of the greatest sculptors of the 20th century and from the late 1940s until his death was recognised as the most celebrated British artist of his time. His drawings of nudes, pre 1930, are much sought-after. The fine example offered here is illustrated in volume 1 of the catalogue raisonnÊ, a copy of which will accompany the work. Moore’s sculpture and drawings are to be found in major museums and collections worldwide. There is currently a major Moore exhibition at Tate Britain.

ARTISTS INDEX Banksy Bell, Vanessa Blow, Sandra

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Davie, Alan


Piper, John


Ward, Eric

Gill, Eric


Ravilious, Eric


Wood, Christopher


Hockney, David


Rouault, Georges

Creffield, Dennis


Matisse, Henri


Sickert, Walter

Dali, Salvador


Moore, Henry



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Henry Moore

1. Standing Woman pen, ink and gouache, 1926, signed, 50.7 x 13.5 cm,


Ulster Museum label on reverse Major Impressionist and Modern Paintings 13-28th October 1984. Mercury Gallery label on back. Illustrated in Henry Moore, The Complete Drawings, volume 1, page 154. provenance: Marlborough Fine Art, London; Private collection; Kornfeld und Klipstein, Berne 1964; Mercury Gallery, London; Sotherby’s, London 1984; Waddington Galleries, London exhibitions: Lugano 1993



Walter Sickert

One of the outstanding artists of his generation, Sickert was born in Munich of Danish and Anglo-Irish parentage. His family moved to London in 1868 where Sickert was to work as an actor before becoming a student at the Slade School in 1881. In 1882 he became a pupil of Whistler and the following year worked in Paris with Degas. Sickert’s studio in Fitzroy Street, Bloomsbury, became a centre for a group of artists who were later known as the Camden Town Group and the London Group. Sickert mainly painted urban scenes and figure compositions and is known for his reinvention of the nude, exploring the ways in which these powerful images addressed pressing artistic and social concerns of the period. The drawing offered here demonstrates his exceptional talents as a draughtsman.


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Walter Sickert

2. Nude pen, ink and crayon, c1905, signed, 23 x 31.5 cm,




Eric Gill Eric Gill (1882-1940) was a British sculptor, typeface designer, stone cutter and printmaker. Born in Brighton, Gill initially studied at Chichester Art School from 1899 to 1903. He then moved to London becoming apprenticed to an architect and in his spare time attended the calligraphy classes of Edward Johnston. The content of much of Gill’s work betrays his religious roots, but eroticism also forms an important part of it and he was not afraid to often combine these two elements. The striking thing about his work, whether carving, letter-cutting or typography, is his mastery of linear expression. In 1932 Gill produced a group of sculptures, Prospero and Ariel, for the BBC's Broadcasting House in London. In 1937, he designed a postage stamp for the Post Office, and in 1938 produced The Creation of Adam, three bas-reliefs in stone for the League of Nations building in Geneva. He also designed the large-scale East Wind sculpture that hovers over St James's Underground station. Provenance: Exhibited Goupil Gallery 1913 and 1914. Bought by Edward Marsh 1914 (Churchill's Private Secretary and an influential art collector). Bought from the estate of Edward Marsh's niece Phylis Morris in 2000. On loan to Ditchling Museum during 2003. Literature: Illustrated in Judith Collins’ Eric Gill Sculpture no.39. Work consolidated 2001/2.

3. Torso - Woman £125,000

Bath Stone, 1913, 72 x 18 x 13 cm,


Eric Gill

Sandra Blow

4. Quartet with Colour Bands ÂŁ2,650

collage, 2006, signed, 28 x 28 cm,

This collage, made in the year of Blow’s death, was illustrated full page in her last exhibition catalogue from the Lemon Street Gallery in Truro.


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Christopher Wood

Christopher Wood (1901-1930) studied drawing at the AcadĂŠmie Julian, Paris. Picasso thought him the greatest draughtsman of his age. A member of the London Group and the Seven and Five Society, he later exhibited with Ben Nicholson. Became something of a legend as a youthful genius cut off before his prime.

5. Mother and Daughter ÂŁ2,450

pencil, c1927, 38 x 25.5 cm,

Label on reverse states: Given to me c1969-1972 by Henry Dalziel Smith brother in law of Chris (Kit) Wood.



Alan Davie

6. Fish God (Series) oil on paper, 1954, signed, 31 x 38 cm,


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Alan Davie

7. Joyfull Bridge oil on paper, 1961, signed, 29 x 63.5 cm,


Two works by Davie from his most sought-after period. This year Davie celebrates his ninetieth birthday.



Dennis Creffield

8. Archaic Figure: Study for Oberon I £950

charcoal and chalk, 1986, signed, 59.5 x 36 cm,

Part of Creffield’s Midsummer Night’s Dream exhibition made exclusively for Goldmark Gallery.


Dennis Creffield

9. Ely, East End charcoal, 1987, signed, 93 x 101 cm,


In 1987 Dennis Creffield’s South Bank Medieval Cathedral exhibition opened to great critical acclaim with a television documentary being made about the show. Goldmark Gallery was its sole sponsor.



Swoon (Caledonia Curry) studied painting at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, and began making art for the streets in 1999. Inspired by both historical and folk art sources, ranging from German Expressionist wood block prints to Indonesian shadow puppets, Swoon’s subjects are almost always people, chosen from the hubbub of the streets. She singles out those characters who give cities their visual slang, but who often are taken for granted as part of the everyday fauna. Swoon retrieves them, for a moment, from the blur of the city. Bridges, fire escapes, water towers and street signs create crisscrossing shadows and spaces through which her figures move. After sell-out shows across the United States and Europe and now in her early 30s, examples of Swoon’s work have already been acquired by MoMA, Guggenheim, and the Brooklyn Museum, New York and the Tate Gallery, London.

10. Zhara hand coloured screenprint on mylar, 2009, unique, 204 x 166 cm




11. The Girl from Ranoon woodcut on paper pasted onto wood, 2008, unique, 91.5 x 81 cm



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12. Milton hand worked screenprint on paper pasted onto wood, 2009, unique, signed, 46 x 25.5 cm


13. Irena hand coloured woodcut pasted onto wood, 2009, unique, 81 x 42 cm

£4,850 14. Streetsweeper hand finish woodcut pasted onto wood, 2008, unique, 44.5 x 61 cm




John Piper

15. Milton Ernest Hall screenprint, 1977, signed artist’s proof aside from ed 75, 50.8 x 69.5 cm



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John Piper

16. Radcliffe Camera lithograph, 1981, ed 150, signed, 53 x 35 cm




David Hockney

17. Slow Rise lithograph and screenprint, 1993, ed 68, signed, 63.5 x 77.7 cm,




David Hockney

18. The Old Guitarist etching and aquatint, 1977, artist’s proof ed 35, signed, 42.5 x 34.5 cm,



David Hockney

19. A Picture of Ourselves etching and aquatint, 1977, artist’s proof ed 35, signed, 34.5 x 42.5 cm,



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David Hockney

20. What Is This Picasso etching, softground etching and aquatint, 1977, artist’s proof ed 35, signed, 34.5 x 42.5 cm



Henri Matisse

Henri Matisse (1869-1954) enjoyed an international reputation, along with Picasso, as the foremost painter of his time. What I dream of is an art of balance, of purity and serenity devoid of troubling or disturbing subject matter… like a comforting influence, a mental balm – something like a good armchair in which one rests from physical fatigue. These soft-ground etchings (the only time he ever used this medium) were made to illustrate the Limited Editions Club, New York 1935 edition of James Joyce’s Ulysses.


21. Untitled, from Ulysses suite etching, 1935, ed 1500, 27.4 x 21 cm


Henri Matisse

22. Untitled, from Ulysses suite

23. Untitled, from Ulysses suite

etching, 1935, ed 1500, 27 x 21 cm

etching, 1935, ed 1500, 27 x 20.6 cm





Georges Rouault

24. Apache...Chacal béni par toutes les académies (A Ruffian...a Jackal Blessed by all the Learned Societies) etching, 1939, ed 270, signed in plate, 31.8 x 20.7 cm



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Georges Rouault

25. Ecce Homo etching, 1939, ed 270, signed in plate, 31.8 x 20.7 cm


Two stunning examples of Rouault’s 1930s etchings.



Salvador Dali

Dali - Les Songes Drolatiques de Pantagruel (Pantagruel’s Comical Dreams) As a leading Surrealist Dali was clearly attracted by the elements of fantasy, satire, subversion, eroticism and dreamlike material contained in Rabelais’ text for Pantagruel because of their similarity to basic Surrealist ideas. Some of Dali’s Pantagruel images were also influenced by the work of the Swiss painter and printmaker Urs Graf (1485-c.1529), for example the latter’s Soldier with a Lance (1514) and Two Prostitutes Beating a Monk (1521). Graf‘s work was often macabre and he depicted a wide range of social, erotic, military and criminal subject matter which Dali found appealing.

Pantagruel - François Rabelais Pantagruel (c.1532) was the first volume in a series of five connected books written by François Rabelais a French Benedictine monk, physician and humanist scholar. The work was given the overall title of The Life of Gargantua and of Pantagruel. It relates the story of two giants, Gargantua and his son Pantagruel, and is set in an imaginary medieval monastery where the strict, austere rules of monastic life are completely subverted. In Rabelais’ monastery, life is governed by free will and worldly pleasure is regarded as a legitimate need and aim of human nature. In addition to his satire of clerical education and monastic life the text contained much crude, earthy and scatological humour and the term Rabelaisian is often used to describe outrageous, bawdy behaviour.


26. Untitled

Salvador Dali

27. Untitled

28. Untitled

Les Songs Drolatiques de Pantagruel lithographs, 1973, signed proof set aside from edition of 50, 64 x 47 cm





Eric Ravilious

29. Family Butcher

30. Hardware

31. Coach Builder

17 x 12.5 cm

20 x 11 cm

22 x 14.5 cm

High Street coloured lithographs commissioned in 1938 by Country Life. Printed by the renowned Curwen Press, paper size 23 x 14.8 cm


32. Naturalist: Furrier: Plumassier

33. Clerical Outfitter

15 x 13.5 cm

13 x 13.3 cm

Eric Ravilious

34. Hams

35. Saddler and Harness Maker

36. Theatrical Properties

21.5 x 14.5 cm

21 x 12 cm

17 x 14.8 cm

SPECIAL OFFER High Street £450 each £750 for 2 £975 for 3 including frame, vat and uk delivery 37. Undertaker

38. Fireworks

13.5 x 12.5 cm

13.7 x 14.2 cm


Vanessa Bell


39. Frontispiece for A Haunted House

40. Frontispiece for A Society

woodcut, c1920, ed 1000, 14 x 10.3 cm

woodcut, c1920, ed 1000, 13.9 x 10.1 cm



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Vanessa Bell

41. Frontispiece for An Unwritten Novel

42. Frontispiece for The String Quartet

woodcut, c1920, ed 1000, 13.9 x 10.1 cm

woodcut, c1920, ed 1000, 14 x 10.1 cm



These woodcuts by Vanessa Bell were made for Monday or Tuesday by Virginia Woolf, published by Leonard & Virginia Woolf at The Hogarth Press in 1921. Printed with the assistance of Leonard Woolf in an edition of 1000.



Eric Ward

43. St. Ives Harbour oil on board, signed, 15.2 x 20.3 cm,


45. Morning Sun at St Ives Harbour oil on board, signed, 15.2 x 20 cm, £350


44. Early Morning at Salcombe £350

oil on board, signed, 15.1 x 20 cm,

46. Sailing at Salcombe oil on board, signed, 15.5 x 20.5 cm,


Eric Ward

47. Across the River at Salcombe ÂŁ350

oil on board, signed, 15.2 x 20.5 cm,

Eric Ward, born in 1945, in St Ives, Cornwall. Until 1985 he was a fisherman, then St Ives Harbour Master. In 1996 BBC2 made a programme about his life at sea and as a painter.

48. Newlyn Old Harbour oil on board, signed, 15.2 x 20 cm,


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49. No Ball Games screenprint, 2009, ed 250, signed, 60.7 x 63.6 cm,


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