Oil on canvas, signed (lower right), 81cm x 66cm, framed. Anshutz was a student of Thomas Eakins, and probably featured in the painting ‘The Swimming Hole’. Anshutz was head of the Pennsylvnia School of Fine Arts, upon Eakins’ departure. More detailed information about the picture can be found here
Pastel on paper, signed (lower left), 75cm x 60cm, framed. Bouchéne was a Russian artist and costume and set designer for theatre, opera and ballet. Primarily working in Paris, his notable clients included Serge Diaghilev and Anna Pavlova.
Black and red charcoal on paper, 76cm x 65cm, framed. A student of the Slade, Durell exhibited little in her lifetime. Her work was the subject of four successful exhibitions posthumously at Sally Hunter Fine Art.
Charcoal on paper board, signed (lower left), 39cm x 29cm, (framed 55cm x 48cm). Jurres was a Dutch artist who painted very much in the classical tradition.
Charcoal and chalk on paper, signed (lower right), 60cm x 49cm, framed. A painter who was a pointillist/neo-impressionist painter noted for being a founding member with Wassily Kandinsky in 1909 of NKVM, the first modern German secessionist movement.
Coloured pencil on paper, signed and dated (lower left), 38cm x 27cm (58cm x 47cm framed). Daniélou was an artist, photographer, historian, intellectual, musicologist, and Indologist. He was well travelled throughout India, and this picture features an Indian subject.
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated (lower right), 34cm x 26cm, (framed 55cm x 48cm). Raphael was the son of the artist Théodore Roussel (1847-1926).
Oil on canvas, signed (lower right), 80cm x 44cm framed. As well as painting many frescoes in the town hall of his home town Avignon, Firmin exhibited at the Salon of French Artists from 1889 to 1922.
Ink and ink wash on paper, signed and dated 'P. Tchelitchew, 1930' (bottom left), 45cm x 28cm, framed. A Russian-born surrealist painter, who after leaving Russia in 1920, lived in Paris until moving to New York in 1934. His first U.S. show was of his drawings at the newly opened Museum of Modern Art in 1930.
Ink on paper, signed and dated 'H de Waroquier, 1930' (lower right), 27cm x 21cm, framed. De Waroquier’s work figures prominently in many important collections of early 20th century art, most especially in those of the City of Paris Museum of Modern Art and the Museum of the 1930s, also in Paris.
Pencil on paper, signed 'Pascin' (lower right) and annotated 'Paris, 1921' (middle right), 31cm x 23cm, unframed. Best known as a Parisian painter, he was associated with the artistic circles of Montparnasse, and an emigre of the School of Paris.
Goache on board, signed 'Sironi' (lower right), 14cm x 12.5cm (35cm x 34cm framed). Sironi was an Italian modernist artist whose works are held in numerous public collections, including the Guggenheim Venice and the Tate. This piece was previously owned by Erik Estorick.
Pencil and charcoal on the reverse of typed correspondence, signed 'Sironi' (lower right), 26cm x 20cm (63cm x 49cm framed). Sironi was an Italian modernist artist whose works are held in numerous public collections, including the Guggenheim Venice and the Tate. This piece was previously owned by Erik Estorick.
Oil on canvas, signed and dated (bottom left), 55cm x 74cm, framed. De Terlikowski spent most his career in Paris. Supported throughout his life by directors of French banks with links to West Africa, this painting may have been commissioned by them, given its subject matter.
Pen and ink on paper, signed with signature stamp (bottom left), 37cm x 31cm, unframed. Bérard was an artist, fashion illustrator and designer. His most renowned achievement was his designs for Jean Cocteau's film La Belle et la Bête (1946).
Crayon on paper, inscribed "Zweigespräch" (lower right), artist's estate stamp (verso), 76cm x 41cm, framed. The German painter belonged to the Dresden Academy school of artists. Although undated, heavily drawing on German Romanticism, the work is clearly influenced by the Art Nouveau.
Oil on canvas, signed 'Navez' (top left), 74cm x 45cm, framed. Navez first exhibited in Brussels in 1908. His style, as evidenced here, was initially influenced by Edouard Manet and Edgar Degas. The title of the painting translates as young boy with a spotted bowtie.
Pencil, pen and ink on Japanese paper, signed lower right, 23cm x 24cm (44cm x 45cm framed). A prolific French neo-Impressionist, save for the war years, he exhibited with the Société des Artistes Indépendants every year from 1887 until his death in 1941.
Ink and wash on paper, signed and dated 'Keith Vaughan/42' (lower right), 17.7cm x 15.2cm, (40cm x 37cm framed). Painted during the war, Vaughan had registered as a concientious objector. Eventually he was conscripted into the Pioneer Corps as a non-combatant.
Oil on board, 61cm x 45cm, framed. The composition is probably created in the studio, but it evokes memories of the Bloomsbury Group from earlier in the century.
Charcoal on paper, signed (top right), 62cm x 48cm, unframed. Hugely successful in his lifetime, Marcel-Lenoir's academic study is wondefully evocative of the 1920s and Art Deco.
Lithograph on paper, monogrammed in ink (19)17 (bottom left), dedication 1918 and indistinct signature (Willy Geiger?) (bottom right), 24cm x 19cm, (41.5cm x 37cm framed). The lithograph by an unknown, possibly German, artist is representative of the German Expressionsion of its time.
Lithograph on simili-Japan paper, signed (lower right) in pencil "E Heckel", marked (lower left) "Probedruck", and annotated (lower left) "Tanzende Matrosen", 36cm x 44cm (59cm x 67cm framed). Created in Ostend during WW1, it is an extremely early depiction of two men dancing together in a loving embrace.
Black, white and ochre chalk on blue paper, watermark ET, 46.7cm x 31.1 cm, (64cm x 38cm framed). One of the most successful artists of fin-de-siècle Vienna, he is best known for historical and mythological painting, particularly of subjects pertaining to ancient Rome.
Etching with tone, signed and numbered in pencil 36/50, 22.5cm x 16cm, (42cm x 32cm framed). A self-taught artist, Holloway painted multiple self-portraits throughout his life. A copy of this edition is held within the collection of the National Portrait Gallery, London.
Red chalk on paper, 32cm x 22cm, unframed.
Red chalk on paper, signed and dated (lower right), 35cm x 28cm, unframed.
Black and red chalk on paper, signed, dates and inscribed ‘Paris’ (lower right), 34cm x 29cm, unframed.
Black and red chalk on paper, 33cm x 29cm, unframed.
Oil on panel, signed and dated (lower right), 35cm x 26.5cm unframed. Claude Firmin studied under Léon Bonnat and at the École des Beaux-Arts in Avignon, where he later became a teacher, then the principal. He is best remembered for his portraits and interiors.
Pen and ink and wash on paper, 43cm x 29cm, unframed.
Etching, signed (lower right), 10cm x 15cm (plate size), unframed. Brandel a Polish painter and graphic designer who emigrated to France in 1907, and remained working there for the remainder of his life.
Charcoal on paper, signed (lower middle) and squared for scale, 46cm x 41cm, unframed. Hugely successful in his lifetime, Marcel-Lenoir's academic study is wondefully evocative of the 1920s and Art Deco.
Charcoal on paper, 63cm x 47cm, unframed. Hugely successful in his lifetime, Marcel-Lenoir's academic study is wondefully evocative of the 1920s and Art Deco.
Woodcut on paper, signed in pencil (lower right), 30cm x 40cm (52cm x 61cm framed). A painter, graphic artist and designer, Hofmann worked in different styles during his career. This work, influenced by Expressionism, is still rooted in the traditions of German Romanticism.
Ink and wash on paper, inscribed 'Verónica, May MCMXXXIX' (lower right), 30cm x 38cm (53cm x 60cm framed). An early work by Ayrton, he would go to be renowned as a painter, printmaker and sculptor. In bullfighting, a Verónica is the act of a matador letting his cloak trail over the bull's head as it runs past him.
Black, red and white chalk on paper, indistinctly signed and dated (lower right), 38cm x 29cm, unframed.