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goldmark october 2010


Dora Holzhandler

ARTISTS INDEX

Barbier, George

30,31

Chadwick, Lynn

18,19

Cliffe, Henry

26

Davie, Alan

6,7

Duchamp, Marcel

32,33

Ellis, Clifford

27

Fedden, Mary

2

Frost, Terry

4,5

Graham, Rigby

12,13

Heron, Patrick

3

Hockney, David

20

Holzhandler, Dora

right

Hughes, Patrick

21

Jones, Allen

22

Leach, Bernard

24

Moore, Henry

25

Nash, John

28,29

Piper, John

16,17

Richards, Ceri

1

Rosoman, Leonard

10,11

Rothenstein, Michael

23

1. Rabbi with Book

Sutherland, Graham

8,9

pencil and crayon, 1996, signed, 35 x 24.5 cm

Thornton, Valerie Wilkinson, Ian

14,15

ÂŁ850

back cover

all prices include framing, vat and uk delivery

to order phone 01572 821 424

Now in her eighties Holzhandler has deservedly established a worldwide reputation.


Ceri Richards

2. Pianist pencil, c1960, estate stamp, 22 x 28.5 cm

ÂŁ3500

Richards returned to the theme of the pianist again and again during his life, making drawings, paintings and prints. Ceri Richards was born in 1903 at Dunvant, near Swansea, of a Welshspeaking family where music and poetry, always influences on his work, were positively encouraged. In 1962 Richards represented Great Britain at the Venice Biennale, and in 1981, ten years after his death in London, he was the subject of a major retrospective at the Tate Gallery.

visit www.ceririchards.com

1


Mary Fedden

3. Still Life and Kilns collage in watercolour and ink, 1996, signed, 15.5 x 23 cm,

was £4750, now £3000

Previous ownership: from the collection of Ceri Richards’ grand-daughter. Part of the collage may be from a Trevelyan print.

2


Patrick Heron

4. Cloisters charcoal, 1954, signed, 37 x 55 cm,

ÂŁ9,500

Early Patrick Heron drawings, particularly representational ones, are extremely scarce.

to order phone 01572 821 424

3


Terry Frost

5. Untitled oil on canvas, 1963, signed verso, 25.5 x 20.5 cm

ÂŁ6000

4

all prices include framing, vat and uk delivery


Terry Frost

6. Blue Moon Collage acrylic on paper, 1985, signed, 35.6 x 30.2 cm

ÂŁ6500

visit www.terryfrostprints.com

5


Alan Davie

7. X Marks Mauve oil on board, 2006, signed verso, 35.5 x 30.6 cm

ÂŁ4000

Painter, printmaker and musician Alan Davie has a career which at present extends to almost seventy years. Amongst the many diverse interests which have infused Davie’s work are African sculpture, primitive art, American abstract expressionism, Zen Buddhism, gliding and Indian mythology. His first solo exhibition was held in Edinburgh in 1946 followed by his New York debut ten years later.

6


Alan Davie

8. Improvisation for Tiger’s Tail No 3 oil on canvas, 1960, signed verso, 45.7 x 81 cm

ÂŁ12,500

Davie has held several international retrospective exhibitions, including Amsterdam (1962), Glasgow (1992) and London (1993). Several of his works are held by the Tate Gallery and the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.

visit www.alandavieprints.com

7


Graham Sutherland

9. Rocks and Hillside, Study I pencil, c1970, 12 x 13 cm

ÂŁ1250

Two original pencil studies from Graham Sutherland's Pembrokeshire sketchbooks.

8

all prices include framing, vat and uk delivery


Graham Sutherland

10. Estuary Edge with Path pencil, c1970, 23 x 17.5 cm

ÂŁ2750

visit www.grahamsutherlandprints.com

9


Leonard Rosoman

11. Our Church ink and gouache, 1942, signed, 28 x 17.7 cm

ÂŁ750

10

to order phone 01572 821 424


Leonard Rosoman

12. Weekend by the Sea ink and gouache, 1945, signed, 18 x 28 cm

ÂŁ950

Leonard Rosoman was born in Hampstead in 1913 and has spent much of his life in London. He studied at Durham University, the Royal Academy and the Central School of Arts & Crafts where his tutors included Bernard Meninsky. During World War II he illustrated books for the War Office before being appointed an Official War Artist to the Admiralty in 1944. After the war Rosoman held various teaching posts, latterly at the Royal College of Art, 1956-78, where his students included David Hockney and Peter Blake. His work is represented in many public collections including the Tate Gallery, the Imperial War Museum and the Victoria & Albert Museum. Rosoman is a Royal Academician and was awarded the O.B.E. for his services to art.

11


Rigby Graham

13. Sacheverell Monuments - Ratcliffe on Soar tempera, 1965, signed, 26.8 x 36.7 cm, ÂŁ1000

12

visit www.rigbygraham.com


Rigby Graham

14. Figures in a Loggia, Trogir ÂŁ1200

watercolour, 2005, signed, 39.7 x 57 cm,

13


Valerie Thornton

16. Hill Village, Navarre etching, 1977, ed 150, signed, 29.5 x 46.9 cm

£650

15. S. Euphemia, Spoleto etching, 1985, ed 70, signed, 54 x 34 cm

£550

17. Esco, Sigüés, Spain etching, 1982, ed 50, signed, 26 x 36.8 cm

£475

14


Valerie Thornton

18. Cardona

19. Queen's College Oxford

pencil and wash, 1977, signed, 35.3 x 22.5 cm

etching, c1980, artist’s proof, signed, 39.7 x 52.5 cm

£850

£495

Valerie Thornton 1931 - 1991, etcher and painter. Thornton studied at Regents Street Polytechnic School of Art and, for eight months in 1954, at Stanley Hayter's Atelier 17 in Paris, an experience she described as electrifying. Highly regarded by her peers, she exhibited widely internationally and examples are to be found in many collections including the V&A, Fitzwilliam Museum and MOMA New York.

visit www.valeriethornton.com

15


John Piper 20. Rooftops, Chambord Gessoed canvas on board Painted in oil with sgraffito 145 x 244.5 cm (57 x 96 inches) 1971, signed bottom right

£59,500

Piper first painted the famous Château de Chambord in 1971, the year he visited Venice to make designs for Benjamin Britten's opera Death in Venice. The roof pavilions at Chambord corresponded to Piper’s original designs for Death in Venice which used a group of tall revolving structures. A smaller painting Chambord Rooftops II was exhibited in the Tate Gallery’s 1983 Piper Retrospective and Piper later produced a similar image as one of his largest screenprints.

The royal Château de Chambord at Loir-et-Cher is one of the most recognisable châteaux in the world. Constructed as a hunting lodge for King François I, its distinct Renaissance architecture blends traditional French medieval forms with classical Italian structures.

16


John Piper

visit www.johnpiperprints.com

17


Lynn Chadwick

21. Hommage à Picasso lithograph, 1971, artist’s proof, signed, 76.7 x 55.6 cm

£950

18


Lynn Chadwick

22. Reclining Figure on a Green Wave lithograph, 1971, ed 200, signed, 55.2 x 75.5 cm

ÂŁ750

Lynn Chadwick (1914-2003) was one of the best-known sculptors of the post-war era. In 1956 he won the International Prize at the Venice Biennale, where a retrospective exhibition of his work was shown. He is represented in public collections in the USA and Australia, in the Tate Gallery, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Arts Council Collection.

to order phone 01572 821 424

19


David Hockney

23. It Picks its Way etching, 1976-77, artist’s proof ed 35, signed, 34.5 x 42.5 cm

£1750

From the Blue Guitar suite.

20

visit www.davidhockneyprints.com


Patrick Hughes

24. Hoopla screenprint, 1982, ed 150, signed, 32 x 51 cm

ÂŁ395

Born in Birmingham in 1939. Taught at Chelsea School of Art. Solo exhibitions in UK, New York, California, South Korea. His work often features odd perspectives, rainbows and visual paradoxes. Examples held by Arts Council, Tate Gallery and British Council.

21


Allen Jones

25. Question Time lithograph, 1983, artist’s proof ed 5, signed, 55 x 20 cm

ÂŁ750

22

to order phone 01572 821 424


Michael Rothenstein

26. [Sunset] woodcut, c1972, artist’s proof, signed, 59.5 x 96.5 cm

£750

A signed artist's proof, not illustrated in the catalogue raisonné. We have never come across another of these prints, so possibly unique.

visit www.michaelrothenstein.com

23


Bernard Leach

27. Bird Dish lithograph, 1973/74, ed 10, signed, 48 x 41.4 cm

ÂŁ575 A signed Leach lithograph from a tiny edition.

24


Henry Moore

28. Thirteen Standing Figures lithograph, 1958, ed 150, signed, 30 x 25 cm

ÂŁ2950

visit www.henrymooreprints.com

25


Henry Cliffe

29. Evening Raga lithograph, 1964, ed 50, signed, 72 x 46.5 cm

ÂŁ350

Henry Cliffe (1919-1983). Scarborough born painter, printmaker and teacher. His lithographs were shown at two Venice Biennales. He had his first solo show at the Redfern in 1956.

26


Clifford Ellis

30. Untitled lithograph, 1957, ed 30, signed, 52 x 70 cm

ÂŁ295

Clifford Ellis (1907-1985), printmaker, designer, painter and teacher. Ellis designed for numerous patrons, including London Transport, the Post Office, Collins New Naturalist Series and for the Recording Britain Project.

to order phone 01572 821 424

27


John Nash

31.

32.

33.

lithographs, 1939, 19 x 12.5 cm

ÂŁ175

28

each or

ÂŁ300

for 2

all prices include framing, vat and uk delivery


John Nash

34.

35.

36.

John Nash at his very best; idyllic lithographs of English country life.

visit www.recentacquisitions.com

29


George Barbier

37.

38.

39.

40.

41.

42.


George Barbier

43.

44.

45.

Falbalas & Fanfreluches pochoir, 1923, signed in plate, 15.6 x 10.5 cm

ÂŁ450

each

Born in Nantes, Barbier (1882-1932) held his first exhibition in 1911 and eventually established himself as a leading figure in Paris as a designer of theatre and cinema costumes, book illustration and haute couture fashion design and illustration. His better known work includes costumes for Rudolph Valentino in the film Monsieur Beaucaire and designs and sets at the Folies-Bergère.

Easily the most sought-after of all of the early French pochoir artists.

Barbier’s illustrations from the 1920s are widely considered to epitomise the spirit of Art Deco and Jazz Age Paris with their combination of diverse influences such a Orientalism, Aubrey Beardsley, classical Greek vase decorations and 18th century French paintings. Barbier usually employed the pochoir process which involved the hand colouring of prints with watercolour pigments through the medium of stencils.

visit www.pochoirprints.co.uk

31


Marcel Duchamp

46. The Nine Malic Moulds and The Capillary Tubes 13.2 x 17.5 cm

ÂŁ950

The only major set of etchings produced by Duchamp in his lifetime are those he made to illustrate Arturo Schwarz’s The Large Glass and Related Works (1968) etchings, 1968, ed 150, initialled in plate This original edition, on handmade paper specially manufactured by Filcarta of Cologno Monzese, is limited to 150 numbered copies. The etchings were pulled on the handpress of Giorgio Upiglio, Milan. The copper plates were barred after the printing which was completed in June 1968. A copy of the signed justification page will accompany each print.

32


Marcel Duchamp

47. The Oculist Witness

48. The Sieves or Parasols

14 x 9.2 cm

17.7 x 12.8 cm

£950

£950

Marcel Duchamp was one of the most diverse, intriguing and prolific of artists, and the true Godfather of Dada. Whilst much of his famous output is readily known - the editions of his Boîte Verte or Green Box, 1934, a facsimile publication of notes he compiled for his masterwork, The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even, and his Boîte-en-valise, (Duchamp’s famous portable museum in a suitcase), it is his graphic work that remains less readily available.

to order phone 01572 821 424

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Ian Wilkinson

Born 1924 in the New York borough of Queens, Murray Wachs was better known as Bingo Gazingo. Although he wrote and performed music and poetry for much of his life Gazingo was a postal worker in New York and he remained in obscurity until his later years. Gazingo appeared every Monday night at the Bowery Poetry Club in New York and actually died in 2010 as a result of being knocked down by a taxi on his way to perform there. His poetry often used crude but hilarious language and perhaps a flavour of this can be gained from two of his titles, namely Up Your Jurassic Park and I Love You So Fucking Much I Can’t Shit. He also wrote poetic odes to celebrities such as Madonna, Tupac Shakur and Beavis and Butthead. His best known album, Bingo Gazingo, consists of the poet reading his poems to an improvised musical accompaniment. Gazingo’s work, Everything’s O.K. at the O.K. Corral, was issued on a 1996 CD produced by the Greenwich Village coffee house Fast Folk Café.

49. I Love You So Homage to Bingo Gazingo who died this year etching, 2010, ed 26, signed, 50 x 32.2 cm

£245

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