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.

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Rene George Hermann-Paul
Les Hymnes Allies, 1917
£1,100.00
David Tindle
Self-portrait in a Mirror
£6,800.00
Forthcoming
Albert de Belleroche
Blue Vase on grey background- circa 1885
Eric Ravilious
Tirzah on a cockerel, 1931
£275.00
Raymond Sheppard
Study of a Tiger
£1,850.00
James Woodford
Woman carrying baskets and pot plants, accompanied by a dog and a pram, circa 1925
£950.00
Forthcoming
Brian Rice
Green Cross, 1964
Forthcoming
Frederick Austin
Sleeping Woman (Cunard Line ), 1932
Forthcoming
Clare Leighton
To Everything There Is a Season, Psalms (BPL 670)
Francis Spear
RCA Sketch ‘The Little Manor Farm’
£1,100.00
Margaret Maitland Howard
Female Nude, Seated, Three-Quarter Rear View, c.1920
£6,800.00
Frank Brangwyn
Man Playing Flute, study for panel 3, Skinners
£1,600.00
Robert Austin
Alice Lush, 1928 (CD 80), original copper plate
£6,000.00
Forthcoming
Albert de Belleroche
Landscape study, circa 1890
Charles Mahoney
Study for Adam and Eve, (Tate Britain) circa 1935
£3,500.00
Forthcoming
John Cecil Stephenson
Three Graces, 1945
Charles Mahoney
First design for the Thomas More Altar, Cheyne Row, London, mid 1930s
£2,950.00
Forthcoming
Margaret Duncan
Preparatory study for Reigate and its Environments, late 1930’s