This week we have added about 150 new artworks, including a collection of mid 20th century watercolours by Herbert Goodliffe (1900-1958), a group of topographical views by Herbert C. Ahier and the above nude by acclaimed British artist Rowland Suddaby.
We also have fine examples by highly collectable artists, including Samuel Gillespie Prout, Richard Pargeter and Robin Mackervoy ROI.
From a folio containing mounted watercolours and oils. The featured watercolours depict traditional views of the English countryside, including church scenes, riverscapes and cottages. Many of the artworks have been inscribed with rural locations in Leicestershire suggesting the artist was based in this area.
We are proud to present this stunning late 19th century bust length portrait, depicting a young woman in partial profile. She wears a white maid's cap and white dress with a delicate pink bow. This painting is beautifully presented in a bright gilt frame with berry and shell decoration to the corners.
We introduce a new collection of mid-late 20th century topographical watercolours by Herbert C. Ahier. Locations include Matterhorn, Pevensey Castle and Seaford. The artist also went by the name Herbert Touzeau Ahier.
A stunning mid 20th century female nude study by the acclaimed British artist Rowland Suddaby. The artist has used pastel, wash and gouache to create areas of light and shadow in this figurative study. Beautifully presented in a gilt frame with delicate beaded decoration.
Provenance: Ex-collection of the artist's widow Elizabeth. This piece is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Grant M. Walters.