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goldmark may 2009

George Hammond Steel

1. Cornish Harbour oil on board, c1950, 25 x 35.5 cm,


George Hammond Steel (1900-1960) was a painter and stained-glass designer, born in Sheffield. He exhibited frequently at the Royal Academy, Leicester Galleries and the Paris Salon. His work is held by many provincial galleries.

ARTISTS INDEX Ardizzone, Edward Baskin, Leonard


Farrington, John



Graham, Rigby



Grant, Duncan


Cassigneul, Jean-Pierre


Hammond, Lisa

CĂŠzanne, Paul


Hammond Steel, George

Boyd Harte, Glynn

Delaunay, Sonia


Herman, Josef

23-25 1 22

Hockney, David


Sutherland, Graham

Malone, Jim


Tilson, Joe

Newcomb, Tessa Phillips, Tom Piper, John Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

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2,3 32

6,7 30

Tunnicliffe, Charles


Vasarely, Victor


5 18


Tessa Newcomb

2. Bikes, Men, Dogs but Never Cars oil and pencil on board, 2009, initialled, 20.5 x 15 cm


Born in Suffolk in 1955, painter, printmaker and illustrator. Daughter of the artist Mary Newcomb. Her work is held by Bradford Metropolitan Museum, Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester. Tessa Newcomb's subjects are largely chosen from her rural surroundings, country events and the working coast of East Anglia.



Tessa Newcomb

3. The End of the Atlantic Waves oil on board, 2009, initialled, 25.5 x 15 cm


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Edward Ardizzone

4. An Agave - Portofino pen, ink and wash, 1951, signed, 17 x 36 cm,



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John Piper

5. King's Arms, Blandford pen, ink and collage, 1943, signed, 10.5 x 12.5 cm,




Graham Sutherland

6. Rock Pyramid watercolour, pen, ink and pencil, c1970, 23 x 34.5 cm,


Two watercolours from Sutherland’s Pembrokeshire sketchbooks.



Graham Sutherland

7. Rock Form II watercolour, pen, ink and pencil, c1970, 17 x 28.5 cm,


Graham Sutherland (1903-1980). In his work Sutherland developed an interest in natural forms of growth such as tree roots and thorn bushes which he often depicted in 'close-up' or from foreshortened viewpoints. These organic growth formations, which remained central to Sutherland's work throughout his career, often appeared ambiguous with their hints of human or animal-like characteristics.


John Farrington

First to sell from our last Farrington catalogue were his two paintings, Winter Tree II and III. A phone call found him busy on Winter Tree IV, V and VI (he invariably works in sequence) and we are delighted to be able to show them here.

8. Winter Tree V oil on board, 2009, signed, 213.5 x 91.5 cm,




John Farrington

9. Winter Tree IV

10. Winter Tree VI

oil on board, 2009, signed, 198 x 76.5 cm,

oil on board, 2009, signed, 136.5 x 44.5 cm,


£1750 11

Rigby Graham

11. Cliffe Hill Quarry, Markfield £450

lineblock, 1980, signed, 36.5 x 83 cm,

Used as the end paper to Graham's Leicestershire.


L E I C E S T E RS H IRE In 1980, Gadsby Gallery published Graham’s Leicestershire, a volume which may well prove to be the greatest topographical book of the twentieth century. The 150 copies cost Gadsby £400 each to make. We have now just a few copies of this remarkable book left and they are still on offer at just £500 each.


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Rigby Graham

12. Graham’s Leicestershire limited edition large format book, 1980, ed 150, signed, 35.5 x 38 cm,




Leonard Baskin

Baskin's prints have become icons of our time, carrying messages of increasing urgency to modern man. Ted Hughes.

13. Wolf Robe lithograph, 1972, ed 160, signed, 81 x 55 cm,



Leonard Baskin

We have seen this print advertised in USA at over ÂŁ3000.

14. Crow Scout / White Man Runs Him ÂŁ450

lithograph, 1974, ed 100, signed, 86.5 x 61.5 cm,


Victor Vasarely

15. Code 1- Transition Noir et Blanc

16. Code 5

screenprint with relief embossing, 1967, ed 150, signed,

screenprint with relief embossing, 1967, ed 150, signed,

38.5 x 27.5 cm,


38.5 x 27.5 cm,

Victor Vasarely is widely regarded as the father of Optical Art. He is one of the great masters of 20th century art and many of his paintings are held in the permanent collections of the world's major museums.




Victor Vasarely

18. Untitled

17. Code 7 screenprint with relief embossing, 1967, ed 150, signed, 38.5 x 27.5 cm,

etching, 1967, ed 150, signed, 23.5 x 16.5 cm,



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Sonia Delaunay

19. Rhythmes Couleurs (1) pochoir, 1966, ed 100, 24 x 13 cm, paper 54 x 39 cm,



Sonia Delaunay, 1885-1979. Born in Ukraine, moved to Paris in 1905, married the French painter Robert Delaunay in 1910. She was an extraordinarily prolific artist, producing paintings, murals, theatre and textile designs, ceramics and stained-glass during her long career.

Sonia Delaunay

20. Rhythmes Couleurs (3) pochoir, 1966, ed 100, 42 x 26 cm, paper 54 x 39 cm,


From the 1950s on, Delaunay received numerous awards for her work. In 1964 she became the first living female artist to have a retrospective exhibition at the Louvre, and in 1975 she was named an officer of the French Legion of Honour. 19

Pierre-Auguste Renoir

21. Nude Woman Reclining, Facing Right etching, 1906, 13.5 x 19.5 cm, ÂŁ2250

These two superb Impressionist etchings were published in Paris by Fleury in 1906. They are presented in hand-made gesso frames and hand-gilded in gold leaf in our own workshops, with highest quality, non-reflective museum glass.


Paul CĂŠzanne

22. Portrait of Guillaumin ÂŁ2450

etching, 1909, 15 x 11 cm,



Jean-Pierre Cassigneul

Following in the tradition of the early 20th century French artists, Bonnard and Vuillard, Jean-Pierre Cassigneul created beautiful compositions with great appeal. Born in Paris in 1935, he studied at the École des Beaux Arts in Paris and held his first one-man exhibition there at the age of 17. Since then, his work has been exhibited extensively throughout Europe, Japan and the United States. He made his first lithographs in 1965 and has continued exploring the process ever since.

23. L'Idiote lithograph, 1991, ed 200, signed, 53 x 35.5 cm,



Jean-Pierre Cassigneul

24. La Distraite lithograph, 1991, ed 200, signed, 47 x 35 cm,



Josef Herman

25. Untitled, from Josef Herman Sketchbook 1986-88 pen, ink and pencil, 19 x 9.5 cm, ÂŁ950


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Lisa Hammond

Lisa Hammond has just returned from Korea where she was representing the UK in an international ceramics festival

26. Tall Faceted Vase. Tsunami swirling white shino (578) 30 x 12 cm, 2009, ÂŁ400

27. Faceted Lidded Pot. Black clay, thick white sugar shino (546) 16 x 12 cm, 2009, ÂŁ250


Lisa Hammond

28. Square Faceted Bottle. Coarse black clay, white & pink shino with black finger marks (432) 28 x 16 cm, 2009, ÂŁ650 26

29. Large Faceted Bottle. Red shino with ash (536) 29.5 x 18.5 cm, 2009, ÂŁ650


Lisa Hammond

30. Large Tsubo Jar. Soda glaze with soda flame marks (511) 40 x 30 cm, 2009,

ÂŁ1200 27

Jim Malone

31. Tall Jug. Pellets and tenmoku glaze (84) 38 x 20.5 cm, ÂŁ520 28

32. Tall Jar with Three Lugs. Bands and stamped pattern, nuka glaze with tenmoku pours (4) 55 x 27.5 cm, 2008, ÂŁ2300

Jim Malone

33. Very Big Teapot. Tenmoku with finger wipes (108) 30 x 27 cm, 2008, ÂŁ600

Prices for ceramics do not include post and packaging


Charles Tunnicliffe

34. Peregrine Falcon Calling Eyesses signed, 39 x 31 cm, ÂŁ950

35. Ronald Steven's Gyr Falcon signed, 48 x 26 cm, ÂŁ950

Hawks and Falcons lithographs, 1972, ed 90


Charles Tunnicliffe

36. Hooded Peregrine on the Glove initialled, 22.5 x 15.5 cm, £450

37. Goshawk on a Bow-perch initialled, 24.5 x 10.5 cm, £450

38. Peregrine on a Block-perch initialled, 23 x 14.5 cm, £450

In 1972 the outstanding bird painter Charles Tunnicliffe RA carried out some experimental drawing on lithographic plates for a proposed book on falconry. Because of the prohibitively high costs, the book as it was envisaged, with original prints for illustrations, was never published. The prints sold well but a few folders of work lay forgotten for decades. Charles Tunnicliffe RA, 1901-1979, has been described as ‘arguably one of the greatest bird painters of all time’ and his watercolours regularly featured in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions. He also illustrated many well known books, including Tarka the Otter. All his work reflected his devotion to country life and his magnificent bird studies derived from many years of passionate observation.


Joe Tilson

Tilson was born in London in 1928. He studied at St Martin’s and the Royal College of Art, where he won the Knapping and Rome prizes. He has made several appearances at the Venice Biennale and has had a successful international career. He became associated with the Royal College’s generation of Pop Artists, but was always prepared to experiment with novel subjects, often stemming from his eclectic reading. Sex, birth and death are recurring themes in Tilson’s work and he uses striking vibrant colours, sometimes combining a single image with text. Elected RA in 1991.

39. Urania

40. Calliope

41. Erato

42. Euterpe

The Nine Muses etchings with aquatint, 2005, HC aside from ed 45, 37 x 27.5 cm,




Glynn Boyd Harte

43. Asparagus lithograph, c1970, ed 195, signed, 45.5 x 60.5 cm,


Glynn Boyd Harte, 1948-2003, painter, illustrator and musician, born Rochdale, Lancashire, was one of the most brilliant and influential illustrators and painters to emerge in the post-pop world of London in the early 1970s. Reacting against the predominant fashion for abstraction and brutality, he developed an instantly recognisable, and often copied, style.

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Tom Phillips

Tom Phillips, born 1937. Witty and erudite artist and teacher, a Renaissance man whose interests include painting, graphics, making books, musical composition and performance. He was elected RE in 1987 and RA in 1989.

44. Untitled 6,


45. Untitled 31,


The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri, Inferno ed 100, signed, 29 x 20 cm,



46. Untitled 72, 34


47. Untitled 94,


Duncan Grant

48. Washer Woman lithograph, 1973/74, ed 350, signed, 73 x 52 cm,

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David Hockney The Cavafy Suite

49. Portrait of Cavafy in Alexandria, signed £2250 unsigned £600

David Hockney first discovered the Greek poet C.P. Cavafy while a student at the Royal College of Art in the early 1960s. The Cavafy prints are not literal illustrations of the poems but visualizations of their nostalgia for fleeting but memorable sexual encounters. The feeling of authenticity generated by the images is due to Hockney's own personal


50. Portrait of Cavafy II, signed, £1850

experiences. They were instantly acclaimed. Edward Lucie-Smith spoke of their 'staggering virtuosity' and described them as 'not only the best work I have seen by the artist but probably the finest prints produced in England since the war'. The Arts Council made a film about the creation of the engravings entitled Love's Presentation.


David Hockney The Cavafy Suite

51. In an Old Book, £750

52. One Night, £400

53. The Shop Window of a Tobacco Store, £500

54. The Beginning, £650

55. To Remain, £400

56. Two Boys Aged 23 or 24, £750 37

David Hockney The Cavafy Suite

57. According to Prescriptions of Ancient Magicians, £600

58. Beautiful and White Flowers, £400

59. In the Dull Village, £650

60. He Enquired after the Quality, £400

61. In Despair, £475

The Cavafy Suite, etchings, 1967, unsigned ed 500, 35 x 22.5 cm

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