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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
23 October 2014
New this Week: 96 Pictures We have the pleasure this week in presenting our William Redgrave (1903–1986) collection, 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’. His major work, 'The Event', a large bronze triptych, was first shown at the Royal Academy in 1966 and was reviewed in The Daily Telegraph as ‘the most successful piece of sculpture seen at the Academy for many years.’ Bevis Hillier went on to say, ‘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.’See All Our New Pictures
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.