Michael Murfin, (British b.1954), Exploring Géricault, 2011.
Michael Murfin, (British b.1954), Exploring Géricault, 2011.

Oil on canvas, signed (lower right), 122cm x 82cm framed. The compostion is after Géricault’s Raft of Medusa in the Louvre. Murfin has exhibited widely, both in the UK and internationally. His work is contained in many regional art galleries, as well as the Government Art Collection. £8,000

Michael Murfin, (British b.1954), Horsemen on the North Frieze, 2009.
Michael Murfin, (British b.1954), Horsemen on the North Frieze, 2009.

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower right), 93cm x 108cm, framed. A painting after part of the Parthenon frieze. Murfin has exhibited widely, both in the UK and internationally. His work is contained in many regional art galleries, as well as the Government Art Collection. £3,500

Francis West, (British 1936-2015), The Impossible Weight of Existence, 2008.
Francis West, (British 1936-2015), The Impossible Weight of Existence, 2008.

Charcoal on paper, 112cm x 82cm framed. Difficult to categorise in any particular style or movement, his work is steeped in the knowledge of the great traditions of figurative art. An extraordinary draftsmen, his work exudes an inimitable style of its own, full of wondrous people, mythical creatures and performing animals. £4,500

Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 11, 2018.
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 11, 2018.

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower middle), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook graduated from Glasgow School of Art. After two travelling scholarships to Spain and Africa he focused primarily on indigenous subject matter. Many of his works are sourced from Latin American, African and European mythology and folklore. £1,950

Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Dancer I, 2017.
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Dancer I, 2017.

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower right), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook graduated from Glasgow School of Art. After two travelling scholarships to Spain and Africa he focused primarily on indigenous subject matter. Many of his works are sourced from Latin American, African and European mythology and folklore. £1,950

Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 17, 2017.
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 17, 2017.

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower right), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook graduated from Glasgow School of Art. After two travelling scholarships to Spain and Africa he focused primarily on indigenous subject matter. Many of his works are sourced from Latin American, African and European mythology and folklore. £1,950

Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 18, 2016.
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 18, 2016.

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower left), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook graduated from Glasgow School of Art. After two travelling scholarships to Spain and Africa he focused primarily on indigenous subject matter. Many of his works are sourced from Latin American, African and European mythology and folklore. £1,950

Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure and Disc, 2018..
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure and Disc, 2018..

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower right), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook graduated from Glasgow School of Art. After two travelling scholarships to Spain and Africa he focused primarily on indigenous subject matter. Many of his works are sourced from Latin American, African and European mythology and folklore. £1,950

Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Pierre, 2017.
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Pierre, 2017.

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower left), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook graduated from Glasgow School of Art. After two travelling scholarships to Spain and Africa he focused primarily on indigenous subject matter. Many of his works are sourced from Latin American, African and European mythology and folklore. £1,950

Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure Couplet, 2017.
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure Couplet, 2017.

Acrylic on paper, signed and dated (lower middle), 60cm x 43cm, unframed. Cook graduated from Glasgow School of Art. After two travelling scholarships to Spain and Africa he focused primarily on indigenous subject matter. Many of his works are sourced from Latin American, African and European mythology and folklore. £950

Valeria Lakrisenko, (Russian b.1992), Portrait of Sam, 2015.
Valeria Lakrisenko, (Russian b.1992), Portrait of Sam, 2015.

Charcoal and tempura on paper, 128cm x 63cm, (136cm x 72cm framed). Lakrisenko is a graduate of the St. Petersburg Academy, and although a contemporary artist, her work is very evocative of early 20th Century Russian art. £2,750

Munro Galloway, (American b.1971), Bosozuko, 2002.
Munro Galloway, (American b.1971), Bosozuko, 2002.

Oil on canvas, signed and titled in pencil 'Bosozuko, M Galloway, 2002' (verso), 40cm x 30cm, framed. A contemporary artist, Galloway exhibits both in the US and in Europe. 'Bosozuko' means 'violent speed tribes' and are best described as Japanese motorcycle gangs. £1,200

Jean-Louis Gaillemin, (French b.1944), Hommage à Moholy Nagy, 2013.
Jean-Louis Gaillemin, (French b.1944), Hommage à Moholy Nagy, 2013.

Digital printing on baryte canson paper, signed and numbered 1/7 (verso), 15.5cm x 20cm, unframed. From the series called 'Bauhausboys'. Gaillemin is known for inserting beautful images of men into iconic works of art. £950

Jean Louis Gaillemin, (French b.1944), Delft, Chinoiserie 1, 2012.
Jean Louis Gaillemin, (French b.1944), Delft, Chinoiserie 1, 2012.

Digital print on archival matte paper, signed, titled 'Delft, Chinoiserie 1', dated '2012' and numbered '5/7' (recto), 29.7cm x 21cm, (42cm x 33cm framed). 1950s 'Physique Pictorial' models are superimposed onto a chinoiserie print from 18th Century Dutch ceramics. £575

Jean Louis Gaillemin, (French b.1944), Delft, Pillement Fleurs Artificielles, 2012.
Jean Louis Gaillemin, (French b.1944), Delft, Pillement Fleurs Artificielles, 2012.

Digital print on archival matte paper, signed, titled 'Delft, Pillement Fleurs Artificielles', dated '2012' and numbered '5/7' (recto), 29.7cm x 21cm, (42cm x 33cm framed). 1950s 'Physique Pictorial' models are superimposed onto a chinoiserie print by Jean Pillement (1728-1808). £575

Michael Murfin, (British b.1954), Exploring Géricault, 2011.
Michael Murfin, (British b.1954), Horsemen on the North Frieze, 2009.
Francis West, (British 1936-2015), The Impossible Weight of Existence, 2008.
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 11, 2018.
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Dancer I, 2017.
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 17, 2017.
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 18, 2016.
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure and Disc, 2018..
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Pierre, 2017.
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure Couplet, 2017.
Valeria Lakrisenko, (Russian b.1992), Portrait of Sam, 2015.
Munro Galloway, (American b.1971), Bosozuko, 2002.
Jean-Louis Gaillemin, (French b.1944), Hommage à Moholy Nagy, 2013.
Jean Louis Gaillemin, (French b.1944), Delft, Chinoiserie 1, 2012.
Jean Louis Gaillemin, (French b.1944), Delft, Pillement Fleurs Artificielles, 2012.
Michael Murfin, (British b.1954), Exploring Géricault, 2011.

Oil on canvas, signed (lower right), 122cm x 82cm framed. The compostion is after Géricault’s Raft of Medusa in the Louvre. Murfin has exhibited widely, both in the UK and internationally. His work is contained in many regional art galleries, as well as the Government Art Collection. £8,000

Michael Murfin, (British b.1954), Horsemen on the North Frieze, 2009.

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower right), 93cm x 108cm, framed. A painting after part of the Parthenon frieze. Murfin has exhibited widely, both in the UK and internationally. His work is contained in many regional art galleries, as well as the Government Art Collection. £3,500

Francis West, (British 1936-2015), The Impossible Weight of Existence, 2008.

Charcoal on paper, 112cm x 82cm framed. Difficult to categorise in any particular style or movement, his work is steeped in the knowledge of the great traditions of figurative art. An extraordinary draftsmen, his work exudes an inimitable style of its own, full of wondrous people, mythical creatures and performing animals. £4,500

Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 11, 2018.

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower middle), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook graduated from Glasgow School of Art. After two travelling scholarships to Spain and Africa he focused primarily on indigenous subject matter. Many of his works are sourced from Latin American, African and European mythology and folklore. £1,950

Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Dancer I, 2017.

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower right), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook graduated from Glasgow School of Art. After two travelling scholarships to Spain and Africa he focused primarily on indigenous subject matter. Many of his works are sourced from Latin American, African and European mythology and folklore. £1,950

Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 17, 2017.

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower right), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook graduated from Glasgow School of Art. After two travelling scholarships to Spain and Africa he focused primarily on indigenous subject matter. Many of his works are sourced from Latin American, African and European mythology and folklore. £1,950

Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 18, 2016.

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower left), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook graduated from Glasgow School of Art. After two travelling scholarships to Spain and Africa he focused primarily on indigenous subject matter. Many of his works are sourced from Latin American, African and European mythology and folklore. £1,950

Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure and Disc, 2018..

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower right), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook graduated from Glasgow School of Art. After two travelling scholarships to Spain and Africa he focused primarily on indigenous subject matter. Many of his works are sourced from Latin American, African and European mythology and folklore. £1,950

Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Pierre, 2017.

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower left), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook graduated from Glasgow School of Art. After two travelling scholarships to Spain and Africa he focused primarily on indigenous subject matter. Many of his works are sourced from Latin American, African and European mythology and folklore. £1,950

Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure Couplet, 2017.

Acrylic on paper, signed and dated (lower middle), 60cm x 43cm, unframed. Cook graduated from Glasgow School of Art. After two travelling scholarships to Spain and Africa he focused primarily on indigenous subject matter. Many of his works are sourced from Latin American, African and European mythology and folklore. £950

Valeria Lakrisenko, (Russian b.1992), Portrait of Sam, 2015.

Charcoal and tempura on paper, 128cm x 63cm, (136cm x 72cm framed). Lakrisenko is a graduate of the St. Petersburg Academy, and although a contemporary artist, her work is very evocative of early 20th Century Russian art. £2,750

Munro Galloway, (American b.1971), Bosozuko, 2002.

Oil on canvas, signed and titled in pencil 'Bosozuko, M Galloway, 2002' (verso), 40cm x 30cm, framed. A contemporary artist, Galloway exhibits both in the US and in Europe. 'Bosozuko' means 'violent speed tribes' and are best described as Japanese motorcycle gangs. £1,200

Jean-Louis Gaillemin, (French b.1944), Hommage à Moholy Nagy, 2013.

Digital printing on baryte canson paper, signed and numbered 1/7 (verso), 15.5cm x 20cm, unframed. From the series called 'Bauhausboys'. Gaillemin is known for inserting beautful images of men into iconic works of art. £950

Jean Louis Gaillemin, (French b.1944), Delft, Chinoiserie 1, 2012.

Digital print on archival matte paper, signed, titled 'Delft, Chinoiserie 1', dated '2012' and numbered '5/7' (recto), 29.7cm x 21cm, (42cm x 33cm framed). 1950s 'Physique Pictorial' models are superimposed onto a chinoiserie print from 18th Century Dutch ceramics. £575

Jean Louis Gaillemin, (French b.1944), Delft, Pillement Fleurs Artificielles, 2012.

Digital print on archival matte paper, signed, titled 'Delft, Pillement Fleurs Artificielles', dated '2012' and numbered '5/7' (recto), 29.7cm x 21cm, (42cm x 33cm framed). 1950s 'Physique Pictorial' models are superimposed onto a chinoiserie print by Jean Pillement (1728-1808). £575

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