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.

Kenneth Rowntree (1915 - 1997)
Homage to Verlaine (Chanson dAutome), 1984
Kathleen Guthrie (1905 - 1981)
Original Design for White, Red and Blue Circles in Square, c. 1939
Arthur Augustus Dixon (1872 - 1959)
Frank Brangwyn (1867 - 1956)
Butchers Shop, 1904
Harold Dearden (1888 - 1962)
Model in Bathing Suit, Posing in the Artists Studio, c.1922
Anna Zinkeisen (1901 - 1976)
A Hooded Falcon, circa 1955
Gilbert Spencer (1892 - 1979)
Trench Digging
Albert de Belleroche (1864 - 1944)
Male Nude – life study, circa 1885
Frank Brangwyn (1867 - 1956)
A Trader, Study for Selfridges
Winifred Knights (1899 - 1947)
Study of a Seated Woman for The Santissima Trinita
Karl Hagedorn (1889 - 1969)
Design: A Self-portrait Rowing
Kathleen Guthrie (1905 - 1981)
Composition in blue, pink, red and crayon (Dazzle), circa 1960
Alan Sorrell (1904 - 1974)
Mural III for the canteen of John D. Francis Ltd, Fazakerley, Liverpool, 1947
Douglas Percy Bliss (1900 - 1984)
“The Sun, the Sun”!!Vincent Van Gogh at Arles, circa 1934
Clare Leighton (1898 - 1989)
The Reverend Hill Walks Away, BPL500, 1942
Albert de Belleroche (1864 - 1944)
Charles Cundall (1890 - 1971)
Study for Excavation in Park Lane, early 1960s
Clare Leighton (1898 - 1989)
Whaling from the New England Industries, late 1940’s