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With one of the largest selections of original antique and contemporary art for sale on the web we handpick hundreds of new paintings for you every month. We add over 1,000 pictures every month so sign up to our Newsletter to be informed the moment new pictures go live.

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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 February 2015

New this Week: 114 Pictures This week we bring you new additions to our collection of turn-of-the-century watercolours by R. Paul. We also introduce a fine selection of nineteenth-century Japanese woodblocks and three vibrantly coloured oils of the Russian School. Other highlights include some exquisitely rendered nineteenth-century needlework, two detailed mid-twentieth-century etchings depicting elderly Chinese sitters and a heavily textured Cubist-style townscape.

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  • W. G. Lewis and Eilieen Lewis

    W. G. Lewis and Eilieen Lewis

    A professional illustrator known for his work for Tablet Magazine, he worked predominantly in watercolour or pen and ink, display wonderful precision and yet lightness of touch.

  • R. Paul

    R. Paul

    A collection of fine landscape watercolours depicting many inland and coastal landscapes around Britain, including Scottish Highland lochs; views in Devon, from Dartmoor to the coast; Yorkshire rivers; and Northumberland castles.

  • Prue Sapp

    Prue Sapp

    A member of the Chelsea Art Society exhibited at the Mall Galleries, Wykeham Galleries, Bourne Gallery in Reigate, NEAC, ROI and RA. Solo shows included Charlotte Lampard Gallery and Hyde Park Gallery from 1991.

  • William Redgrave

    William Redgrave

    A fine selection of works on paper by an artist described by writer and critic Bevis Hillier as ‘one of the great sculptors of the twentieth century’ and ‘His work was in the tradition of Rodin and it is no exaggeration to say that some of it was in the class of Rodin.’

  • Andre Nevil

    Andre Nevil

    A French artist and illustrator working around 1900, he produced illustrations of French life for modern advertisement posters and for magazines such as ‘La Vie Parisienne’. Includes studies of French personalities, figures of the stage and fine costumes

  • Walter James West ARBSA

    Walter James West ARBSA

    A Birmingham artist and an associate of the RBSA. He frequently exhibited at The Birmingham Art Circle in the 1930s. The press described him as having “a clean and careful skill in drawing with a love of delicate colour”.

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Horseplay: What Hans Haacke's fourth plinth tells us about art and the City
27th Feb 2015 By Sulis Fine Art

Hans Haacke has never been afraid to be political or offend the institutions of the art world. Now, with his sculpture for Trafalgar Square’s fourth plinth to be unveiled this week, he has the City in his sights.

New this Week: 129 Pictures - Ishbel Searl, Watercolours by E. M. F., Victorian Graphite Portraits and more
22nd Feb 2015 By Sulis Fine Art

This week we bring you the colourful still lifes of Ishbel Searl, a selection of fine, nineteenth-century watercolour landscapes by E. M. F. and four exquisitely detailed Victorian portraits in graphite.

Empire and elephants: Tristram Hunt on how the Victorians sculpted for Britain.
18th Feb 2015 By Sulis Fine Art

How did the Victorians celebrate the might of the empire and the march of modernity? By bringing sculpture to the masses. Tristram Hunt MP revels in the Tate’s compelling new exhibition.

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