Art

'The Leda Suite' signed lithographs by Sydney Nolan, 1961

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Six lithographs out of a set of eight (numbers 2 and 3 missing), drawn on stone, each on Crisbrook Wheatleaf paper, signed and numbered 22/125 in pencil, printed by John Watson, published by Ganymed Press London Ltd. with the original linen covered folio; sheets cockled, 590 x 700mm.


Donated by the owner

 

Signed framed proof by Australian artist Elaine Haxton

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A framed trial proof by Elaine Haxton (1909-1999), 21 x 17cm, a well-known Australian artist who devoted her life to painting, drawing and print-making after early training as a sculptor. She was a leading member of what was derisively named the "Charm School" of Sydney painters in the 1940s and 1950s.


Donated by a member of her family

 

Signed framed print by Australian artist Elaine Haxton

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A limited edition print by Elaine Haxton (1909-1999), 25 x 20cm, a well-known Australian artist who devoted her life to painting, drawing and print-making after early training as a sculptor. She was a leading member of what was derisively named the "Charm School" of Sydney painters in the 1940s and 1950s. No. 1/6.


Donated by a member of her family

 

'Temptation' by Madeline Wright

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Madeline Wright has spent her life as a teacher helping to develop the art of others, especially in North London, where she lives. Because of her teaching, she works in ever-changing styles and mediums. 'Temptation' is a watercolour, 27 x 37cm, frame size 45 x 56cm.


Donated by the artist

 

Signed limited 2-colour litho print by Ian McDonnell

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Ian McDonnell is a master of detailed documentation, describing the process and order of everything, including the butchery of livestock in his outstandingly popular ‘When we had Cows’, and more recent ‘When we had Pigs’ edition. This is a 2-colour litho proofing press print with spot bronze and white foiling on fossil vellum 320gsm paper in a limited edition of signed and numbered copies. Size: 63.5 x 44.5cm. No. 5/200. www.nellyduff.com


Donated by the Nelly Duff Gallery, London