Old Master, British & European Art

 

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Old Master, British and European Art

Tue, 27th Sep 2022 10:00

 

We are delighted to be launching our inaugural sale of Old Master, British & European Art in the autumn of 2022. The sale will cover works dating from the 15th century to the beginning of the 20th century, including prints, works on paper and oil paintings. Sales will offer a fascinating mix of styles and periods from early portraiture, still lifes and landscapes, portrait miniatures, golden age watercolours, maritime art, through to Victorian, symbolist, Impressionist, Pre-Raphaelite and the Belle Époque, and with estimates starting from £300, there will be something for every pocket.

Within the market for Old Master, British & European Art, Sworders holds several notable successes, including a John Constable oil of Dedham Vale selling for £91,000 including fees in December of 2020. Other highlights include the works of celebrated artists such as Thomas Hudson, Allan Ramsay, Peter Monamy, Montague Dawson, Edouard Moyse and John William Waterhouse.

Sales will be held twice per annum, presented in thoroughly researched and fully-illustrated printed catalogues, mailed to a large database of active collectors. All sales will be available for live internet bidding on our Sworders Live platform, for which bidders pay the same as they would as if they were bidding in the room, and will also be listed on other leading international platforms.

We are currently welcoming entries for the first sale, to be held live at the Stansted Mountfitchet Auction Rooms on Tuesday 27 September 2022. Entries close Friday 12 August. 

With a commitment to diligent research and precise marketing, we guarantee that every lot will be presented to its best advantage, ensuring that it receives the attention it deserves, maximising the opportunity to achieve the highest possible sale price. With decades of expertise, our specialists can offer unrivalled advice to both buyers and vendors. Please get in touch for a free valuation without obligation. Home visits can also be arranged.

Be sure not to miss out on the launch of a new catalogue by signing up for alerts here and follow the department on Instagram at @sworderspaintingsandsculpture  

Results & Highlights

Jane Oakley & Sylvia Ewen - Old Master Department

 

Our specialists

Our specialists hold regular valuation days. Please contact us for more information, or complete the online form to enquire about the valuation of your items. 

Jane Oakley

Jane Oakley
Sporting Art Specialist | Head of Department

T: 01279 817778
E: janeoakley@sworder.co.uk

 

Andrew Bowyer

Andrew Bowyer
Fine Art Consultant

T: 01279 817778
E: fineart@sworder.co.uk

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