Art for Sale

Our website offers over 1000 works of art for sale. Use the available filters to search all our work for sale by Artist, Medium, Subject, Movement, Price etc. We endeavour to show prices on as many of our works as possible. Forthcoming indicates that a work is being held back for an ongoing project or exhibition. Please enquire to know more about a works future availability.

Most of our art is sourced directly from artists’ estates or privately. We aim to deal in museum quality works by some of the greatest talents of the Twentieth Century. Our choice not to run a gallery or participate in art fairs leaves us free to follow our passions without succumbing to the pressures of an exclusively retail environment.  We ship worldwide.  All pictures are available on a sale or return basis.

Evelyn Dunbar (1906 - 1960)
Milking Practice with Artificial Udders, 1940
Kenneth Rowntree (1915 - 1997)
Wadham College Barge
Albert de Belleroche (1864 - 1944)
Profile portrait, head and shoulders
Charles Cundall (1890 - 1971)
H.M.S. Cyclops, Portsmouth
Edward Halliday (1902 - 1984)
St John Church Rostrick, recto, c.1930
Barnett Freedman (1901 - 1958)
Sketch for Portrait of Young Man, mid-1920s
Charles Cundall (1890 - 1971)
Falmouth Harbour from the Town Quay, 1940
Percy Horton (1897 - 1970)
Study for Kensington Gardens, 1923
Sir Thomas Monnington (1902 - 1976)
Baptism, circa 1924
Douglas Percy Bliss (1900 - 1984)
Paul Gauguin in his Polynesian Paradise
Clare Leighton (1898 - 1989)
Miller (BPL 497)
Albert de Belleroche (1864 - 1944)
Portrait of Dr O Conner
Eric Gill (1882 - 1940)
Naked Man Dead, circa 1929
John Moody (1906 - 1993)
Portrait of Phillada Sewell, mid 1920’s
Charles Cundall (1890 - 1971)
Approaching the Bridge, 1935
Charles Mahoney (1903 - 1968)
Study for Fortune & the Boy at the Well, mural at Brockley County School, 1933
Alfred Kingsley Lawrence (1893 - 1975)
Three-quarter Profile Portrait of a Young Girl with a Bob, Looking to her Left, circa 1925
Eric Fraser (1902 - 1983)
Now my boy Arry, he wants to take up with this’ ere Art,but wot I ses to im is you keep off it!’