Need some gift giving inspiration for this Christmas? Take a look at these lots from our Fine Interiors Auction...
Need some gift giving inspiration for this Christmas? Take a look at these unique and delightful lots from our Fine Interiors Auction, there is sure to be something for everyone...
Lot 655 - A French wrought iron wall-mounted wine store, 18th/19th century, possibly Bordeaux
Lot 713 - A Regency black lacquered and gilt chinoiserie waterfall bookcase,
decorated with trees, pagodas and figures in boats, with three shelves above a base drawer and raised on bracket feet
Lot 455 - Herbert Thomas Dicksee RE (1862-1942) 'THE OLD HOUND' (PORTRAIT OF THE HEAD OF A DEERHOUND, SIDE-FACE) Original etching on vellum, signed artist's proof, edition of 300
Lot 603 - A 5in gauge live steam model of the Britannia Class 4-6-2 Pacific locomotive and tender 'Boadicea' no.70036
Lot 57 - A silvered trophy in the form of a horse head, by G S, Sheffield 1999
Lot 214 - A Gebruder Alexander of Mainz French horn
Lot 940 - A pair of cast iron urns, 19th century, possibly The Handyside Foundry
Lot 903 - A large leather and studded travelling trunk, c.1920, set with brass hasps, the interior with a lift-out tray and labelled with a three elephant head logo
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Buying prints at auction is a great way to start an art collection. Prints are typically from limited editions, making them more affordable than one-off pieces such as oil paintings. Yet, the printmaking process is highly skilled, each plate onto which the artist creates an image needs to be perfect in order to achieve the desired finish. Eleanor Garthwaite tells us more...
23 September 2021
Nearing her one hundredth birthday on 26th November this year, Marie Françoise Gilot has lived a remarkable life from her decade-long love affair with Picasso in her early twenties, to becoming the talented painter and writer celebrated today.
23 September 2021