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We specialise in 19th Century British art but have a range of art for sale including oils, drawings, original prints and much moreAbout Sulis Fine Art
28 August 2015
New this Week: 388 Pictures This week we introduce to you a fine collection of early 20th century watercolours and graphite drawings by Wiltshire-based artist Frank S. Bowden. We also bring to you new additions to our popular Paul Sharp collection and a small set of early 20th century watercolours by C.E.F. Esdaile. Other highlights include a fantastic new collection of 19th Century Mughal illustrated manuscript pages and an excellent 19th century Chinese watercolour and gouache on silk entitled 'Bird in Garden'.See All Our New Pictures
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Working in a variety of media, Emanuel favours the figure and the figure embraced by the landscape as his subject. His drawings exhibit a clear, classical form with a simplicity of line inspired by the contours of both body and Cornish landscape.
The original sketches for "The Antiquities of England and Wales, Being a Collection of Views of the Most remarkable Ruins and Ancient Buildings" (1773-87)
From a collection of etchings from Edwards’ etchings of Old Inns published by his wife in 1881 (after his death). “Old Inns” was a huge undertaking for Edwards, published in 3 volumes.
This sketchbook includes twenty-eight sketches in watercolour of various scenes in Myanmar (Burma), Sri Lanka and the African Coast.
John Burningham is one of the UK’s most distinguished illustrators whose appeal is recognized the world over. He has won the Kate Greenaway medal twice for distinguished illustration in a book for children.
From a collection of pastel, charcoal and graphite portraits by the artist, George Richards-Corbett.