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C Evaristo-Boyce 29 Jun 14
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Alice Strang 6 Mar 18
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The Art Stable 27 Jan 18
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Ele Pack 2 May 16
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Sally Richardson Dec 21
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Ele Pack 14 Jul 16
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Samantha van Dalen 19 Oct 14
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ACarington Oct 20
The first of a series of little studies drawing on T.S. Eliot’s beautiful “Four Quartets.” This is ‘Burnt Norton.’
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Alice Strang 1 Jul 18
I am looking at artists on holiday: This is Nude Boy in a Bedroom 1930 by Christoper Wood in collection, of his lover Francis Rose in Treboul, Brittany
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Ele Pack 1 Jul 16
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C Evaristo-Boyce 9 Oct 14
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Woolley and Wallis 25 May 17
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Alice Strang Jan 1
Today is the 9th day of Xmas, so with a nod to its Ladies Dancing here is High-Steppers c.1938 by trained Walter Sickert from his Plaza Tiller Girls series, purchased by 1979. Oil on canvas.
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PM Antiques & Collectables May 15
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Cheshire Art Gallery Jul 10
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AA Fine Art 7 Aug 19
‘Tipping The Balance’, oil on canvas by Teresa Lawton, an outstanding painting by this highly collectable British artist.
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The Art Stable 10 Sep 19
David Gommon (1913-87), Sunbeam Garden, Jasmine Cottage, a gouache from 1981, included in the current exhibition, A Kind of Renaissance Man, continuing until 5 October. #1981
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Edge Fine Art Jun 14
Frances Richards (1903-1985) Lonely Places, The Little Boy Lost (1943) (Also known as - The Lonely Path) Mixed Media on paper
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Alison Critchlow Aug 24
Reworking and reworking this little seascape. The accumulation of paint at the edges is becoming quite outrageous... It is also pointing to the way ahead. I like it when a painting decides on its own conclusion!
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Matthew Hall 11 Jul 18
One of my favourite 20th Century British portraits. Sir Herbert James Gunn (1893-1964) at his very best (the artist not the sitter).
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