Summer New Works

Liss Llewellyn presents ‘Summer New Works’.

We are delighted to offer for sale a selection of museum-quality works, sourced from artists’ estates and private collections.

This selection includes a painting by pre-eminent Surrealist, Marion Adnams (1898-1995), which recalls her most famous work, L’infante égarée, now part of the Manchester Art Gallery Collection. The selection also features a playful sketch by Stanley Spencer (1891-1959) depicting his wife, Hilda Carline, in a haystack; an original electro plate by Eric Ravilious (1903-1942) for Gilbert White’s Natural History of Selborne, and an oil study by Winifred Knights (1899-1947) for her mural at Canterbury Cathedral.

Works FEATURED in this Exhibition

Eric Ravilious (1903 - 1942)
The original Nonesuch Press Electro plate for Gilbert White’s Natural History of Selborne. 1938
£2,500.00
Charles Mahoney (1903 - 1968)
Study of Nasturtiums
£950.00
Sold
Paule Vezelay (1892 - 1984)
Archway, 1929
Sir Thomas Monnington (1902 - 1976)
Study for Bristol Ceiling, circa 1952
£6,750.00
Rachel Reckitt (1908 - 1995)
Flight, late 1960’s
Sold
Claughton Pellew (1890-1966)
Scene Near Southrepps in Norfolk, 1924
Winifred Knights (1899 - 1947)
Study for Scenes from the Life of St Martin of Tours, circa 1929
£15,000.00
Sold
Mary Adshead (1904 - 1995)
On the Beach
Stanley Spencer (1891 - 1959)
Hilda in a Haystack
Sold
Evelyn Dunbar (1906 - 1960)
August, 1937
English School ()
The Crucifixion, 1937
Barnett Freedman (1901 - 1958)
15-inch Gun Turret, HMS Repulse, 1941
£975.00
Reserved
Albert de Belleroche (1864 - 1944)
Haarlem
Reserved
Marion Adnams (1898 - 1995)
Harvest Moon and a Goblin, 1944
Tirzah Garwood-Ravilious (1908 - 1951)
The Dog Show, 1929
£2,500.00