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We price our art to sell in large volumes to dealers and galleries and as such you will find our pricing extremely competitive. Over half of our sales go to dealers which means we are able to keep our prices low for everyone.

We specialise in 19th Century British art but have a range of art for sale including oils, drawings, original prints and much more

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25 September 2014

New this Week: 359 Pictures We bring you some wonderful and varied collections this week, as well as some outstanding individual pictures. We have added attractive watercolours of Oxfordshire by Edward Conway, and botanical watercolours by E. Innes Dorrien-Smith. Also interesting portraits by illustrator and animator Lory Adler, and mid-20th-century ink drawings by an unidentified artist of considerable talent. Individual highlights include a gouache by Marius Antoine Gianelli and a watercolour attributed to/after Thomas Hearne.

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  • Graham Coton

    Graham Coton

    Graham Coton was a talented draughtsman and painter, best known as an artist of World War II comics. Born in Woolwich, he attended Goldsmith's College of Art in London.

  • Christopher Lennox-Boyd Mezzotints

    Christopher Lennox-Boyd Mezzotints

    We recently acquired a number of fine Mezzotints previously owned by Chris Lennox-Boyd, owner of the finest collection of British Mezzotints in private hands.

  • Lester S. Clarke

    Lester S. Clarke

    From a collection of mid-20th-century drawings and paintings by Lester S. Clarke. Comprising expressively executed watercolours and gouaches of varied British landscapes. Also includes bold and characterful portraits in oil.

  • Sotheby's Albums - Ososki, Krappmann and Others

    Sotheby's Albums - Ososki, Krappmann and Others

    From a series of albums originally sold by Sotheby's in 2003 containing works by Gerald Ososki and Hans Krappmann amongst other. Mostly drawings and sepia watercolours.

  • Ellen Mary Maria (Nellie) Eaton

    Ellen Mary Maria (Nellie) Eaton

    An acknowledged amateur artist, having a fine command in pen and ink and watercolour. She exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions and was a member and regular exhibitor at Ipswich Art Club. Dated 1896-1934.

  • Peter H. Brown

    Peter H. Brown

    A talented amateur, painting wonderfully fresh and fluid watercolour landscapes. Specialising in views of the Scilly Isles, he expertly captures the special light and colouring, and peaceful seclusion, of this far south-western corner of the British Isles

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New this Week: 359 Pictures - Edward Conway, E. Innes Dorrien-Smith, Lory Adler and more
25th Sep 2014 By Sulis Fine Art

We bring you some wonderful and varied collections this week, as well as some outstanding individual pictures. We have added attractive watercolours of Oxfordshire by Edward Conway, and botanical watercolours by E. Innes Dorrien-Smith.

New this Week: 314 Pictures - John Rendell, Graham Coton, Francis Powell and Chinese Botanical Paintings on Silk
19th Sep 2014 By Sulis Fine Art

Three interesting 20th-century artists this week, with watercolours from Gloucestershire artist John Rendell and African scenes from Francis Powell, plus new additions to our popular Graham Coton collection. We have also added beautiful Chinese botanical paintings on silk, further drawings by Adrian Cornwell-Clyne MBE FRPS and a small collection of 19th drawings by L. Delaporte.

Henri Matisse exhibition is Tate's most successful art show
17th Sep 2014 By Sulis Fine Art

An exhibition of Henri Matisse's cut-out art has become the most successful exhibition held to date at the Tate with more than 560,000 visitors.

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