Georgio de Chirico, (Italian 1888-1978), Bagni Misteriosi, 1973.
Georgio de Chirico, (Italian 1888-1978), Bagni Misteriosi, 1973.

Lithograph with chine collé, signed (lower right) and numbered in pencil 25/99, 70cm x 50cm unframed. The Mysterious Baths was initially created for the fountain in the garden of the Palazzo dell'Arte, Milan and now exhibited at the Museo del Novecento in the same city.

£1750.00

Patrick Raynaud, (French b.1946), Projet de Monument à la Gloire de nos Héros, 1973.
Patrick Raynaud, (French b.1946), Projet de Monument à la Gloire de nos Héros, 1973.

Screen print, signed (lower right) and marked 'E.A' (lower left), 85cm x 60cm, framed. A man of many talents, Raynaud is a sculptor, installation artist, draughtsman, illustrator, photographer, and film maker. 

£800.00

Duncan Grant, (British 1885-1978), Male Nude (Paul Roche), 1947.
Duncan Grant, (British 1885-1978), Male Nude (Paul Roche), 1947.

Gouache and watercolour on paper, signed and dated 'D.G. April '47' (lower right), 37cm x 26cm, (56cm x 44cm framed). Grant was a key member of the Bloomsbury Group, who painted his lover, Paul Roche, on many occasions throughout his lifetime.

£8000.00

John Craxton, R.A., (British 1922-2009), Portrait of Bernard Minoret, 1952.
John Craxton, R.A., (British 1922-2009), Portrait of Bernard Minoret, 1952.

Pencil and coloured crayon, signed and inscribed 'for Bernard, avec toutes les amitiés de la saison/John Craxton. Paris 1952.' (lower centre), 45cm x 31cm framed. Edmund White commented about artist and sitter, "both favorites of mine—bold, bigger than life in a period when most gay men wanted to be invisible."

£8500.00

John Craxton, R.A., (British 1922-2009), Scillonian Head, 1946.
John Craxton, R.A., (British 1922-2009), Scillonian Head, 1946.

Ink on paper, 25.5cm x 20.5cm, (46cm x 40cm framed). Although most known for his relationship with Greece, particualry Crete, postwar Craxton was widely travelled, and spent time in the Scilly Isles.

£7500.00

Michel Calvet, (French b.1956), Homme au Foulard Rouge, 20th Century.
Michel Calvet, (French b.1956), Homme au Foulard Rouge, 20th Century.

Screen print, collage and oil on canvas, signed (lower middle), 55cm x 38cm framed. Calvet continues to paint in France, exhibiting internationally, as well as in Paris. He attended l’école des Beaux-Arts in the 1970s.

£2750.00

Edgar Holloway, (British 1914-2008), Self Portrait no.25, Goodbye to all that, 1994.
Edgar Holloway, (British 1914-2008), Self Portrait no.25, Goodbye to all that, 1994.

Etching on paper, signed on the plate and in pencil (lower right) and numbered 3/50, 41cm x 34cm, framed. Holloway was a significant figure in the etching revival of the 1930's, best known for his self-portraits created throughout his life from an early age.

£400.00

Edgar Holloway, (British 1914-2008), The Airman II, 1993.
Edgar Holloway, (British 1914-2008), The Airman II, 1993.

Etching on paper, signed in pencil (lower right), and titled and numbered 9/50, 41cm x 34cm, framed. Holloway was a significant figure in the etching revival of the 1930's, who was influenced by Rembrandt’s use of light and dark and by contemporary etchers including Augustus John and Ernest Lumsden.

£800.00

Brian Stonehouse, M.B.E., (British 1918-1998), Male Portrait, c.1970.
Brian Stonehouse, M.B.E., (British 1918-1998), Male Portrait, c.1970.

Chalk and watercolour, 59cm x 53cm, framed. Following a career in Special Operations during the war, Stonehouse went to the US and continued his career as a fashion artist painting for magazines like Vogue, Harper's Bazaar and Elizabeth Arden. He was also an accomplished portraitist.

£2500.00

Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Portrait of Gilbert, 1976.
Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Portrait of Gilbert, 1976.

Pencil on paper, signed and dated (verso), 40cm x 37cm unframed. A realist artist of extraordinary talents, Bowen emigrated to Paris in the late 1960s, and remains working there in his studio in Montmartre.

£1750.00

Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Jeune Homme nu Assis, 1981
Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Jeune Homme nu Assis, 1981

Coloured pencil on paper, 134cm x 104cm, framed. Bowen emigrated to Paris in the late 1960s, and remains working there in his studio in Montmartre. This drawing, is extraordinary in both its size and realist qualities.

£20,000.00

Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Jeune Homme nu Debout, 1985.
Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Jeune Homme nu Debout, 1985.

Oil on canvas, 130cm x 97cm, unframed. A realist artist of extraordinary talents, Bowen emigrated to Paris in the late 1960s, and remains working there in his studio in Montmartre.

£18,000.00

Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Portrait of Francisco, 1981.
Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Portrait of Francisco, 1981.

Coloured pencil on paper, 72cm x 100cm. A realist artist of extraordinary talents, Bowen emigrated to Paris in the late 1960s, and remains working there in his studio in Montmartre.

£12,000.00

Marino Marini, (Italian 1901-1980), Cavallo e Cavaliere, c.1960.
Marino Marini, (Italian 1901-1980), Cavallo e Cavaliere, c.1960.

Lithograph printed in colours on wove, signed (lower right) and numbered 20/30 in pencil, 36cm x 24.5cm (59cm x 47cm framed). More famous as a sculptor, Marini is particularly famous for his series of stylised equestrian statues, a theme which he continued in his artwork.

£2000.00

Eileen Healy, (Irish), Male Nude, 1995.
Eileen Healy, (Irish), Male Nude, 1995.

Charcoal on paper, signed and dated (lower right), 50cm x 40cm unframed. Eileen Healy is predominantly a figurative artist who works mainly in pastel and oil. She is quoted as saying " Drawing from life is for me a way of life and the backbone of my work. It keeps my work alive."

£700.00

Eileen Healy, (Irish), Male Nude, 1995.
Eileen Healy, (Irish), Male Nude, 1995.

Charcoal on paper, signed and dated (lower right), 50cm x 40cm unframed. Eileen Healy is predominantly a figurative artist who works mainly in pastel and oil. She is quoted as saying " Drawing from life is for me a way of life and the backbone of my work. It keeps my work alive."

£700.00

Hippolyte-Alexandre Michallon (1849-1930) aka Mark Beard (American b.1956), Quincy Barker et ses Trophées.
Hippolyte-Alexandre Michallon (1849-1930) aka Mark Beard (American b.1956), Quincy Barker et ses Trophées.

Watercolour, signed, dated and titled, 40cm x 30cm, framed. To enable himself to paint in different styles and mediums, Beard has developed a number of distinct artistic personalities, each with a detailed biography. Here he is a French 'Beaux-art' artist.

£2750.00

French School, Male Figure, c.1950.
French School, Male Figure, c.1950.

Pen and ink wash on paper, 41cm x 15cm (51cm x 26cm framed). Bought in Paris, this picture is evocative of artists such as Christian Bérard.

£650.00

Keith Vaughan, (British 1912-1977), Figure Study for Painting, c.1950.
Keith Vaughan, (British 1912-1977), Figure Study for Painting, c.1950.

Pencil on paper, studio stamp (lower right) and description of colours for painting, 15cm x 16cm (38cm x 38cm framed). Vaughan's focus throughout his career, as here, was placing figures in landscapes. His work is held in many public collections including the Tate Gallery.

£1900.00

Harold Baines, (British 1910-1995), Fisherman, 1956.
Harold Baines, (British 1910-1995), Fisherman, 1956.

Monotype on paper, signed (lower left), 49cm x 47cm (65cm x 64cm framed). The notable art critic John Berger described Baines' work as " an important contribution to the development of English Realism... he communicates what he feels by means of superb draughtsmanship."

£950.00

Luis Caballero, (Colombian 1943-1995), A Couple, 1989.
Luis Caballero, (Colombian 1943-1995), A Couple, 1989.

Lithograph, signed, dated and numbered 'E.A. 2/6' (lower right), 33cm x 50cm, unframed. Caballero is known for depicting male figures, his works often including both erotic and violent imagery.

£550.00

Luis Caballero, (Colombian 1943-1995), Ecstasy.
Luis Caballero, (Colombian 1943-1995), Ecstasy.

Charcoal on paper, signed (lower right), 38cm x 28cm, unframed.  Caballero's paintings are exclusively devoted to the human body. 'In my paintings,' he wrote 'one is dos not know whether the figures are dying or having an orgasm'.

£3000.00

Peter de Francia, (British 1921-2012), Study for African Prison, c.1959.
Peter de Francia, (British 1921-2012), Study for African Prison, c.1959.

Pen and ink and wash on paper, 45cm x 63cm, (61cm x 83cm framed). This is a study for the painting 'African Prison', held within Sheffield Museums collection. He also has works in many other public collections including the Tate Gallery.

£2000.00

Peter de Francia, (British 1921-2012), Dockers, c.1960.
Peter de Francia, (British 1921-2012), Dockers, c.1960.

Charcoal on paper, signed and dated (lower left), 46cm x 58cm (54cm x 76cm framed). De Franciawas a French-born British artist, who served as Professor of Painting at the Royal College of Art (RCA), London, from 1972 to 1986. He also has works in many other public collections including the Tate Gallery.

£1900.00

Jean Jacques Vergnaud, (French b.1944), Les Ailes Repliées, 1990.
Jean Jacques Vergnaud, (French b.1944), Les Ailes Repliées, 1990.

Mixed media (Watercolour, black and white chalk) on paper, 50cm x 40cm, (72cm x 59cm framed). The title of the painting translates as 'The Folded Wings'.

£600.00

Sir Noël Coward, (British 1899-1973), The Duet, 20th Century.
Sir Noël Coward, (British 1899-1973), The Duet, 20th Century.

Pencil and oil on canvas board, 38.1cm x 45.7cm, framed. The painting was kept in the artist's collection until his death. The painting then passed by decent to his extended family. Coward never exhibited in his lifetime, believing that people would only buy his pictures because of his celebrity.

£8300.00

Werner Tübke (German 1929-2004), Self-Portrait, 1984.
Werner Tübke (German 1929-2004), Self-Portrait, 1984.

Lithograph, signed and numbered in pencil 13/70, 36.8cm x 36.6cm (plate size), (60cm x 50cm framed). Tübke was the leading artist in the former East Germany. His talent was unparalleled in the GDR, which gave him a relatively large extent of artistic freedom.

£650.00

Anthony Davies (British b.1947), The Couple, 1980.
Anthony Davies (British b.1947), The Couple, 1980.

Monochrome print, signed and dated in pencil (bottom right), marked 2/3, and entitled 'The Couple', 26 x 33cms (45cm x 52cm framed). Examples of his works are held by several public collections both in the UK and overseas, including the Art Council and the British Council.

£600.00

Eric Kahn, (German 1904-1979), Male Figure, 1955.
Eric Kahn, (German 1904-1979), Male Figure, 1955.

Sanguine (red challk) on paper, 38cm x 24cm unframed. Kahn was a German Expressionist artist, and survivor of Nazi persecution. He fled to the UK as a Jewish refugee. He has works in public collections including the Tate collection.

£550.00

Richard Hamilton, (British 1922-2011), Portrait of Derek Jarman, 1996-7.
Richard Hamilton, (British 1922-2011), Portrait of Derek Jarman, 1996-7.

Pigment transfer print in colours, on wove, titled, numbered '25/40' and signed, 39.5cm x 39.5cm, (67cm x 64cm framed). A copy of this print is held within the collection of the Tate Gallery, London. Hamilton's work is extensively held in public collections.

SOLD

Derek Jarman, (British 1942-1994), Reliquary, 1996.
Derek Jarman, (British 1942-1994), Reliquary, 1996.

The multiple, 1996, including a 155mm section of the original film for Blue , a fragment from the "Sainting robe", a photograph of Jarman by Howard Sooley, 16 postcards, poppy seeds from Jarman’s garden, a printed poem, a "Dungeness" stone charm and other objects, numbered 5 of 200.

SOLD

Sandro Chia, (Italian b.1946), Non Come Figli Di Genitori, 1986.
Sandro Chia, (Italian b.1946), Non Come Figli Di Genitori, 1986.

Etching with aquatint printed in colours, on Fabriano Rosapina paper, signed and numbered '68/90', 43cm x 48cm (plate size), (90cm x 70cm framed). Chia has works in many major public collections in including the Tate Gallery and MOMA.

SOLD

Paul Cadmus, (American 1904-1999), Nudo 1 from the series of 3, 1984.
Paul Cadmus, (American 1904-1999), Nudo 1 from the series of 3, 1984.

Etching, the second (final) state, signed in pencil, titled and numbered '3/30 second state', 29cm x 20.3cm, (48cm x 44cm framed). Best known for his paintings of gritty social realism, Cadmus also produced many pictures of nude male figures. His works are in many US public collections, including the Witney Museum.

SOLD

Keith Vaughan, (British 1912-1977), Sketch of Jonny Walsh, c.1956.
Keith Vaughan, (British 1912-1977), Sketch of Jonny Walsh, c.1956.

Pencil, 10cm x 15cm, unframed. Vaughan's primary focus throughout his career was the male form. Jonny Walsh was a petty criminal, with whom Vaughan had a sexual relationship; and who at one stage tried to blackmail Vaughan. Vaughan's work is held in many public collections including the Tate Gallery.

SOLD

Georgio de Chirico, (Italian 1888-1978), Bagni Misteriosi, 1973.
Patrick Raynaud, (French b.1946), Projet de Monument à la Gloire de nos Héros, 1973.
Duncan Grant, (British 1885-1978), Male Nude (Paul Roche), 1947.
John Craxton, R.A., (British 1922-2009), Portrait of Bernard Minoret, 1952.
John Craxton, R.A., (British 1922-2009), Scillonian Head, 1946.
Michel Calvet, (French b.1956), Homme au Foulard Rouge, 20th Century.
Edgar Holloway, (British 1914-2008), Self Portrait no.25, Goodbye to all that, 1994.
Edgar Holloway, (British 1914-2008), The Airman II, 1993.
Brian Stonehouse, M.B.E., (British 1918-1998), Male Portrait, c.1970.
Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Portrait of Gilbert, 1976.
Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Jeune Homme nu Assis, 1981
Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Jeune Homme nu Debout, 1985.
Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Portrait of Francisco, 1981.
Marino Marini, (Italian 1901-1980), Cavallo e Cavaliere, c.1960.
Eileen Healy, (Irish), Male Nude, 1995.
Eileen Healy, (Irish), Male Nude, 1995.
Hippolyte-Alexandre Michallon (1849-1930) aka Mark Beard (American b.1956), Quincy Barker et ses Trophées.
French School, Male Figure, c.1950.
Keith Vaughan, (British 1912-1977), Figure Study for Painting, c.1950.
Harold Baines, (British 1910-1995), Fisherman, 1956.
Luis Caballero, (Colombian 1943-1995), A Couple, 1989.
Luis Caballero, (Colombian 1943-1995), Ecstasy.
Peter de Francia, (British 1921-2012), Study for African Prison, c.1959.
Peter de Francia, (British 1921-2012), Dockers, c.1960.
Jean Jacques Vergnaud, (French b.1944), Les Ailes Repliées, 1990.
Sir Noël Coward, (British 1899-1973), The Duet, 20th Century.
Werner Tübke (German 1929-2004), Self-Portrait, 1984.
Anthony Davies (British b.1947), The Couple, 1980.
Eric Kahn, (German 1904-1979), Male Figure, 1955.
Richard Hamilton, (British 1922-2011), Portrait of Derek Jarman, 1996-7.
Derek Jarman, (British 1942-1994), Reliquary, 1996.
Sandro Chia, (Italian b.1946), Non Come Figli Di Genitori, 1986.
Paul Cadmus, (American 1904-1999), Nudo 1 from the series of 3, 1984.
Keith Vaughan, (British 1912-1977), Sketch of Jonny Walsh, c.1956.
Georgio de Chirico, (Italian 1888-1978), Bagni Misteriosi, 1973.

Lithograph with chine collé, signed (lower right) and numbered in pencil 25/99, 70cm x 50cm unframed. The Mysterious Baths was initially created for the fountain in the garden of the Palazzo dell'Arte, Milan and now exhibited at the Museo del Novecento in the same city.

£1750.00

Patrick Raynaud, (French b.1946), Projet de Monument à la Gloire de nos Héros, 1973.

Screen print, signed (lower right) and marked 'E.A' (lower left), 85cm x 60cm, framed. A man of many talents, Raynaud is a sculptor, installation artist, draughtsman, illustrator, photographer, and film maker. 

£800.00

Duncan Grant, (British 1885-1978), Male Nude (Paul Roche), 1947.

Gouache and watercolour on paper, signed and dated 'D.G. April '47' (lower right), 37cm x 26cm, (56cm x 44cm framed). Grant was a key member of the Bloomsbury Group, who painted his lover, Paul Roche, on many occasions throughout his lifetime.

£8000.00

John Craxton, R.A., (British 1922-2009), Portrait of Bernard Minoret, 1952.

Pencil and coloured crayon, signed and inscribed 'for Bernard, avec toutes les amitiés de la saison/John Craxton. Paris 1952.' (lower centre), 45cm x 31cm framed. Edmund White commented about artist and sitter, "both favorites of mine—bold, bigger than life in a period when most gay men wanted to be invisible."

£8500.00

John Craxton, R.A., (British 1922-2009), Scillonian Head, 1946.

Ink on paper, 25.5cm x 20.5cm, (46cm x 40cm framed). Although most known for his relationship with Greece, particualry Crete, postwar Craxton was widely travelled, and spent time in the Scilly Isles.

£7500.00

Michel Calvet, (French b.1956), Homme au Foulard Rouge, 20th Century.

Screen print, collage and oil on canvas, signed (lower middle), 55cm x 38cm framed. Calvet continues to paint in France, exhibiting internationally, as well as in Paris. He attended l’école des Beaux-Arts in the 1970s.

£2750.00

Edgar Holloway, (British 1914-2008), Self Portrait no.25, Goodbye to all that, 1994.

Etching on paper, signed on the plate and in pencil (lower right) and numbered 3/50, 41cm x 34cm, framed. Holloway was a significant figure in the etching revival of the 1930's, best known for his self-portraits created throughout his life from an early age.

£400.00

Edgar Holloway, (British 1914-2008), The Airman II, 1993.

Etching on paper, signed in pencil (lower right), and titled and numbered 9/50, 41cm x 34cm, framed. Holloway was a significant figure in the etching revival of the 1930's, who was influenced by Rembrandt’s use of light and dark and by contemporary etchers including Augustus John and Ernest Lumsden.

£800.00

Brian Stonehouse, M.B.E., (British 1918-1998), Male Portrait, c.1970.

Chalk and watercolour, 59cm x 53cm, framed. Following a career in Special Operations during the war, Stonehouse went to the US and continued his career as a fashion artist painting for magazines like Vogue, Harper's Bazaar and Elizabeth Arden. He was also an accomplished portraitist.

£2500.00

Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Portrait of Gilbert, 1976.

Pencil on paper, signed and dated (verso), 40cm x 37cm unframed. A realist artist of extraordinary talents, Bowen emigrated to Paris in the late 1960s, and remains working there in his studio in Montmartre.

£1750.00

Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Jeune Homme nu Assis, 1981

Coloured pencil on paper, 134cm x 104cm, framed. Bowen emigrated to Paris in the late 1960s, and remains working there in his studio in Montmartre. This drawing, is extraordinary in both its size and realist qualities.

£20,000.00

Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Jeune Homme nu Debout, 1985.

Oil on canvas, 130cm x 97cm, unframed. A realist artist of extraordinary talents, Bowen emigrated to Paris in the late 1960s, and remains working there in his studio in Montmartre.

£18,000.00

Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Portrait of Francisco, 1981.

Coloured pencil on paper, 72cm x 100cm. A realist artist of extraordinary talents, Bowen emigrated to Paris in the late 1960s, and remains working there in his studio in Montmartre.

£12,000.00

Marino Marini, (Italian 1901-1980), Cavallo e Cavaliere, c.1960.

Lithograph printed in colours on wove, signed (lower right) and numbered 20/30 in pencil, 36cm x 24.5cm (59cm x 47cm framed). More famous as a sculptor, Marini is particularly famous for his series of stylised equestrian statues, a theme which he continued in his artwork.

£2000.00

Eileen Healy, (Irish), Male Nude, 1995.

Charcoal on paper, signed and dated (lower right), 50cm x 40cm unframed. Eileen Healy is predominantly a figurative artist who works mainly in pastel and oil. She is quoted as saying " Drawing from life is for me a way of life and the backbone of my work. It keeps my work alive."

£700.00

Eileen Healy, (Irish), Male Nude, 1995.

Charcoal on paper, signed and dated (lower right), 50cm x 40cm unframed. Eileen Healy is predominantly a figurative artist who works mainly in pastel and oil. She is quoted as saying " Drawing from life is for me a way of life and the backbone of my work. It keeps my work alive."

£700.00

Hippolyte-Alexandre Michallon (1849-1930) aka Mark Beard (American b.1956), Quincy Barker et ses Trophées.

Watercolour, signed, dated and titled, 40cm x 30cm, framed. To enable himself to paint in different styles and mediums, Beard has developed a number of distinct artistic personalities, each with a detailed biography. Here he is a French 'Beaux-art' artist.

£2750.00

French School, Male Figure, c.1950.

Pen and ink wash on paper, 41cm x 15cm (51cm x 26cm framed). Bought in Paris, this picture is evocative of artists such as Christian Bérard.

£650.00

Keith Vaughan, (British 1912-1977), Figure Study for Painting, c.1950.

Pencil on paper, studio stamp (lower right) and description of colours for painting, 15cm x 16cm (38cm x 38cm framed). Vaughan's focus throughout his career, as here, was placing figures in landscapes. His work is held in many public collections including the Tate Gallery.

£1900.00

Harold Baines, (British 1910-1995), Fisherman, 1956.

Monotype on paper, signed (lower left), 49cm x 47cm (65cm x 64cm framed). The notable art critic John Berger described Baines' work as " an important contribution to the development of English Realism... he communicates what he feels by means of superb draughtsmanship."

£950.00

Luis Caballero, (Colombian 1943-1995), A Couple, 1989.

Lithograph, signed, dated and numbered 'E.A. 2/6' (lower right), 33cm x 50cm, unframed. Caballero is known for depicting male figures, his works often including both erotic and violent imagery.

£550.00

Luis Caballero, (Colombian 1943-1995), Ecstasy.

Charcoal on paper, signed (lower right), 38cm x 28cm, unframed.  Caballero's paintings are exclusively devoted to the human body. 'In my paintings,' he wrote 'one is dos not know whether the figures are dying or having an orgasm'.

£3000.00

Peter de Francia, (British 1921-2012), Study for African Prison, c.1959.

Pen and ink and wash on paper, 45cm x 63cm, (61cm x 83cm framed). This is a study for the painting 'African Prison', held within Sheffield Museums collection. He also has works in many other public collections including the Tate Gallery.

£2000.00

Peter de Francia, (British 1921-2012), Dockers, c.1960.

Charcoal on paper, signed and dated (lower left), 46cm x 58cm (54cm x 76cm framed). De Franciawas a French-born British artist, who served as Professor of Painting at the Royal College of Art (RCA), London, from 1972 to 1986. He also has works in many other public collections including the Tate Gallery.

£1900.00

Jean Jacques Vergnaud, (French b.1944), Les Ailes Repliées, 1990.

Mixed media (Watercolour, black and white chalk) on paper, 50cm x 40cm, (72cm x 59cm framed). The title of the painting translates as 'The Folded Wings'.

£600.00

Sir Noël Coward, (British 1899-1973), The Duet, 20th Century.

Pencil and oil on canvas board, 38.1cm x 45.7cm, framed. The painting was kept in the artist's collection until his death. The painting then passed by decent to his extended family. Coward never exhibited in his lifetime, believing that people would only buy his pictures because of his celebrity.

£8300.00

Werner Tübke (German 1929-2004), Self-Portrait, 1984.

Lithograph, signed and numbered in pencil 13/70, 36.8cm x 36.6cm (plate size), (60cm x 50cm framed). Tübke was the leading artist in the former East Germany. His talent was unparalleled in the GDR, which gave him a relatively large extent of artistic freedom.

£650.00

Anthony Davies (British b.1947), The Couple, 1980.

Monochrome print, signed and dated in pencil (bottom right), marked 2/3, and entitled 'The Couple', 26 x 33cms (45cm x 52cm framed). Examples of his works are held by several public collections both in the UK and overseas, including the Art Council and the British Council.

£600.00

Eric Kahn, (German 1904-1979), Male Figure, 1955.

Sanguine (red challk) on paper, 38cm x 24cm unframed. Kahn was a German Expressionist artist, and survivor of Nazi persecution. He fled to the UK as a Jewish refugee. He has works in public collections including the Tate collection.

£550.00

Richard Hamilton, (British 1922-2011), Portrait of Derek Jarman, 1996-7.

Pigment transfer print in colours, on wove, titled, numbered '25/40' and signed, 39.5cm x 39.5cm, (67cm x 64cm framed). A copy of this print is held within the collection of the Tate Gallery, London. Hamilton's work is extensively held in public collections.

SOLD

Derek Jarman, (British 1942-1994), Reliquary, 1996.

The multiple, 1996, including a 155mm section of the original film for Blue , a fragment from the "Sainting robe", a photograph of Jarman by Howard Sooley, 16 postcards, poppy seeds from Jarman’s garden, a printed poem, a "Dungeness" stone charm and other objects, numbered 5 of 200.

SOLD

Sandro Chia, (Italian b.1946), Non Come Figli Di Genitori, 1986.

Etching with aquatint printed in colours, on Fabriano Rosapina paper, signed and numbered '68/90', 43cm x 48cm (plate size), (90cm x 70cm framed). Chia has works in many major public collections in including the Tate Gallery and MOMA.

SOLD

Paul Cadmus, (American 1904-1999), Nudo 1 from the series of 3, 1984.

Etching, the second (final) state, signed in pencil, titled and numbered '3/30 second state', 29cm x 20.3cm, (48cm x 44cm framed). Best known for his paintings of gritty social realism, Cadmus also produced many pictures of nude male figures. His works are in many US public collections, including the Witney Museum.

SOLD

Keith Vaughan, (British 1912-1977), Sketch of Jonny Walsh, c.1956.

Pencil, 10cm x 15cm, unframed. Vaughan's primary focus throughout his career was the male form. Jonny Walsh was a petty criminal, with whom Vaughan had a sexual relationship; and who at one stage tried to blackmail Vaughan. Vaughan's work is held in many public collections including the Tate Gallery.

SOLD

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