Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), 'Towards: The Pulley', 1979.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), 'Towards: The Pulley', 1979.

Mixed media collage, 48cm x 41.5cm framed. This collage was created by the artist, collating together photographs, sketches and colour studies he used in preparation of his painting 'The Pulley' in 1979. Painting and drawing the male form, is a recurring theme throughout Leonard's work.

£6000.00

Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study, July 1980.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study, July 1980.

Brown pencil on paper, 42cm x 29cm, unframed. The nude, particularly the male nude, is a recurring theme for this hyperrealist artist. Leonard's portrait of H.M. Queen Elizabeth is in the National Portrait Gallery permanent collection.

£2500.00

Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study, July 1980.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study, July 1980.

Graphite pencil on paper, 42cm x 29cm, unframed. The nude, particularly the male nude, is a recurring theme for this hyperrealist artist. Leonard's portrait of H.M. Queen Elizabeth is in the National Portrait Gallery permanent collection.

£2500.00

Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study.

Pen and ink wash on paper, 32cm x 25.5cm, unframed. The nude, particularly the male nude, is a recurring theme for this hyperrealist artist. Leonard's portrait of H.M. Queen Elizabeth is in the National Portrait Gallery permanent collection.

£2000.00

Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Struggle, 1995.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Struggle, 1995.

Graphite pencil on paper, signed 'ML95' (lower right), 25cm x 16.5cm (49cm x 41cm framed). The nude, particularly the male nude, is a recurring theme for this hyperrealist artist. Leonard's portrait of H.M. Queen Elizabeth is in the National Portrait Gallery permanent collection.

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Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), 'Towards: Roofwork', 1979.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), 'Towards: Roofwork', 1979.

Mixed media collage, 39cm x 36cm framed. This collage was created by the artist, collating together photographs, sketches and colour studies he used in preparation of his painting 'Roofwork' in 1979. Painting and drawing the male form, is a recurring theme throughout Leonard's work.

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Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Transposition: Paul Getty, 1983.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Transposition: Paul Getty, 1983.

Acrylic on board, 51cm x 42cm framed. Leonard also worked as a freelance illustrator producing artwork for books, magazines, advertising and the press. His last work for The Sunday Times imagined John Paul Getty as an exhibit in his own museum in California, presented him as an ancient, damaged artefact - a symbol of the Getty family's doom laden history.

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Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study.

Pencil on paper, 27cm x 23cm unframed. The nude, particularly the male nude, is a recurring theme for this hyperrealist artist. Leonard's portrait of H.M. Queen Elizabeth is in the National Portrait Gallery permanent collection.

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Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study, 1981.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study, 1981.

Graphite pencil on paper, signed ML81, 42cm x 29cm unframed. The nude, particularly the male nude, is a recurring theme for this hyperrealist artist. Leonard's portrait of H.M. Queen Elizabeth is in the National Portrait Gallery permanent collection.

SOLD

Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), 'Towards: The Pulley', 1979.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study, July 1980.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study, July 1980.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Struggle, 1995.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), 'Towards: Roofwork', 1979.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Transposition: Paul Getty, 1983.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study, 1981.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), 'Towards: The Pulley', 1979.

Mixed media collage, 48cm x 41.5cm framed. This collage was created by the artist, collating together photographs, sketches and colour studies he used in preparation of his painting 'The Pulley' in 1979. Painting and drawing the male form, is a recurring theme throughout Leonard's work.

£6000.00

Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study, July 1980.

Brown pencil on paper, 42cm x 29cm, unframed. The nude, particularly the male nude, is a recurring theme for this hyperrealist artist. Leonard's portrait of H.M. Queen Elizabeth is in the National Portrait Gallery permanent collection.

£2500.00

Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study, July 1980.

Graphite pencil on paper, 42cm x 29cm, unframed. The nude, particularly the male nude, is a recurring theme for this hyperrealist artist. Leonard's portrait of H.M. Queen Elizabeth is in the National Portrait Gallery permanent collection.

£2500.00

Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study.

Pen and ink wash on paper, 32cm x 25.5cm, unframed. The nude, particularly the male nude, is a recurring theme for this hyperrealist artist. Leonard's portrait of H.M. Queen Elizabeth is in the National Portrait Gallery permanent collection.

£2000.00

Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Struggle, 1995.

Graphite pencil on paper, signed 'ML95' (lower right), 25cm x 16.5cm (49cm x 41cm framed). The nude, particularly the male nude, is a recurring theme for this hyperrealist artist. Leonard's portrait of H.M. Queen Elizabeth is in the National Portrait Gallery permanent collection.

SOLD

Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), 'Towards: Roofwork', 1979.

Mixed media collage, 39cm x 36cm framed. This collage was created by the artist, collating together photographs, sketches and colour studies he used in preparation of his painting 'Roofwork' in 1979. Painting and drawing the male form, is a recurring theme throughout Leonard's work.

SOLD

Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Transposition: Paul Getty, 1983.

Acrylic on board, 51cm x 42cm framed. Leonard also worked as a freelance illustrator producing artwork for books, magazines, advertising and the press. His last work for The Sunday Times imagined John Paul Getty as an exhibit in his own museum in California, presented him as an ancient, damaged artefact - a symbol of the Getty family's doom laden history.

SOLD

Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study.

Pencil on paper, 27cm x 23cm unframed. The nude, particularly the male nude, is a recurring theme for this hyperrealist artist. Leonard's portrait of H.M. Queen Elizabeth is in the National Portrait Gallery permanent collection.

SOLD

Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study, 1981.

Graphite pencil on paper, signed ML81, 42cm x 29cm unframed. The nude, particularly the male nude, is a recurring theme for this hyperrealist artist. Leonard's portrait of H.M. Queen Elizabeth is in the National Portrait Gallery permanent collection.

SOLD

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