Art Market


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Affordable art: Three works sold for under £3000 including a Peter Blake fictitious wrestler work

28 October 2019

Three modestly valued works selling at regional sales for under £3000 including an unusual Peter Blake work printed on tin.

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The sound result of the suburbs

28 October 2019

Classic summer scene by artist known for neighbourhood views makes rare appearance

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Guinness is toast of Irish sales

21 October 2019

Cubist work by often-overlooked artist fuels keen bidding before heading to California.

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Ornithological auction flyers from renowned masters

21 October 2019

Two modestly estimated watercolours by the Victorian ornithological painter Archibald Thorburn (1860-1935) emerged as the star sellers in an auction in South Yorkshire.

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Affordable art: Three works sold for £3000 or under including a Francis Bacon lithograph

21 October 2019

Three modestly valued works selling at regional sales for £3000 or under, including a Francis Bacon lithograph.

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Paula Rego prints bring success stories

14 October 2019

Much of Paula Rego’s (b.1935) work is concerned with narrative, as seen in this limited-edition lithograph of a girl reading a book.

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View of Indian procession marches onwards at auction

14 October 2019

Views of processions, pageants and parades tend to attract special interest at auction, such as this view of an Indian procession bid to £6800 in Gloucestershire.

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Two Mod Brit works back on market in Dorset saleroom

14 October 2019

Oil paintings by two significant names in Modern British art made their first appearances on the market in decades at an auction in Dorset.

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Affordable art: Three works sold for £1250 or under including an Agnes Miller Parker woodcut

14 October 2019

Three modestly valued works selling at regional sales for £1250 or under, including an Agnes Miller Parker woodcut.

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Patrick Procktor works prove popular at auctions thanks to Redfern provenance

14 October 2019

A near sell-out show at The Redfern Gallery in London in 1963 immediately established Patrick Procktor (1936-2003), the Dublin-born painter, as a star of the London art scene at the age of just 27.

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Key secures demand at Cheshire auction thanks to broad appeal

14 October 2019

“Although hailing from the north west of England and having close ties to many of the important Northern artists, Geoffrey Key (b.1941) has never really strived to be associated with this school and as such has a more universal, broader appeal and freedom to expand his painting horizon.”

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Becker depicts reality of rural life

07 October 2019

For a number of years, the Colchester-born artist Harry Becker (1865-1928) followed the conventional path of a professional artist, achieving significant success and exhibiting regularly at the Royal Academy. But a growing disenchantment with London led to his ultimate departure in 1913 to Suffolk.

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Frith stands out from the crowd

07 October 2019

Artist famous for his busy panoramic scenes also profited from intimate female portraits

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Avant-garde artist Dismorr at the forefront of demand

07 October 2019

In a sale of Modern and Contemporary British art in south London, this undated work House and Trees below sold for a multi-estimate £5800.

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Livestock painter Boultbee shows his natural attraction

07 October 2019

Many figures involved in the booming 19th century art industry of livestock portraiture had no formal training.

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Affordable art: Three works sold for £3000 or under including Walter Shaw coastal scene

07 October 2019

Three modestly valued works selling at regional sales for £3000 or under, including a coastal view by Walter Shaw.

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Sri Lankan scenes emerge in Essex saleroom

30 September 2019

Auction includes collection of Modernist works breaking away from south Asian tradition

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Becker price is a cut above

30 September 2019

Harry Becker (1865-1928) is not well known outside East Anglia but he is much admired both for a skilled grasp of Impressionism and his choice of subject matter.

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Take a trip to Scarborough

30 September 2019

Before he learnt to paint, Sheffield-born artist Joe Scarborough (b.1938) was a laboratory assistant at Batchelors, the processed food company, then a face worker at the Thorpe Hesley colliery.

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Affordable art: Three works sold for under £2000 including Paul Sandby sketch

30 September 2019

Three modestly valued works selling at regional sales below £2000, including a pen and ink wash by Paul Sandby.

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