(Attributed to) Jean-Jacques Henner, (French 1829-1905), St Sebastian, c.1888.
(Attributed to) Jean-Jacques Henner, (French 1829-1905), St Sebastian, c.1888.

Oil on canvas, 96cm x 77cm, framed. Henner was noted for his use of sfumato and chiaroscuro in painting nudes, religious subjects, and portraits. This composition shows St. Sebastian being tended to by St. Irene, after he has been cut down from the tree, against which he is usually depicted.

Price on request

Thomas Pollock Anshutz, (American 1851-1912), Seated Male Figure with Water Jug, c.1900.
Thomas Pollock Anshutz, (American 1851-1912), Seated Male Figure with Water Jug, c.1900.

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

£8,500.00

Soviet School (Tarakanova Ekaterina Nikolaevna?), Male Academic Study, c.1950.
Soviet School (Tarakanova Ekaterina Nikolaevna?), Male Academic Study, c.1950.

Oil on canvas, 100cm x 73cm, framed. The possible attribution relates to an indistinct signature “Tarakanova (Тараканова)” (verso). The composition and style is highy evocative of either the Moscow Surikov Academy or Kiev Academy.

£14,000.00

Patrick Hennessy, R.H.A, (Irish 1915-1980), Kassim by the Sea, 1978.
Patrick Hennessy, R.H.A, (Irish 1915-1980), Kassim by the Sea, 1978.

Oil on canvas, signed (lower left), 62cm x 87cm, framed. As a part-time resident of Morrocco, many of his works feature North African subjects and scenes. A major retrospective of Hennessy’s work was held at the IMMA Dublin in 2016. This painting featured in the exhibition and was used in the publicity.

Price on request

Patrick Hennessy, R.H.A, (Irish 1915-1980), Atlas Beach, 1976.
Patrick Hennessy, R.H.A, (Irish 1915-1980), Atlas Beach, 1976.

Oil on canvas, signed (lower left), 63cm x 88cm, framed. As a part-time resident of Morrocco, many of his works feature North African subjects and scenes. A major retrospective of Hennessy’s work was held at the IMMA Dublin in 2016. This painting featured in the exhibition.

Price on request

Claudio Bravo, (Chilean 1936-2011), Muchacho de Frente/Espaldas, 1976.
Claudio Bravo, (Chilean 1936-2011), Muchacho de Frente/Espaldas, 1976.

Lithograph (x2), signed and dated (lower right) and inscribed ‘para Pepe Gomes’ (lower left), 90cm x 68cm framed. Bravo was a hyperrealist artist of extraordinary talents. This pair of pictures, are lithographs after Bravo’s drawings of the same subject.

£3250.00 (for the pair)

Spanish School, Male Figure, 1817.
Spanish School, Male Figure, 1817.

Charcoal on paper, signed ‘Argano’ 1817, 64cm x 54cm framed. This is possibly a draft for an architectural design for a mural or fresco celebrating the Spanish Empire.

£750.00

Robert Colquhoun, (Scottish 1914-1962), Male Portrait.
Robert Colquhoun, (Scottish 1914-1962), Male Portrait.

Pen and ink on paper, signed (lower middle) 52cm x 42cm, framed. He trained at the Glasgow School of Art, where he met Robert MacBryde with whom he established a lifelong personal and professional collaboration. The pair becoming known as "the two Roberts".

£1950.00

Ludwig von Hofmann, (German 1861-1945), Two Riders, 1915.
Ludwig von Hofmann, (German 1861-1945), Two Riders, 1915.

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.

£800.00

Gustave Courtois, (French 1852-1923), Male Portrait, 1899.
Gustave Courtois, (French 1852-1923), Male Portrait, 1899.

Oil on panel, signed (lower right), 35cm x 30cm, framed. Courtois was a French artist in the academic style, whose work can be seen in public collections in Marseille, Bordeaux, and Luxembourg. He was also a Chevalier of the Legion of Honour.

£3250.00

John Hadley Rowe, (British ?-1975), Male Nude.
John Hadley Rowe, (British ?-1975), Male Nude.

Mixed media on paper, 20cm x 16cm (50cm x 44cm framed). Hadley Rowe was head of graphics at St Martin’s School of Art.

£450.00

Hyman Segal, (British 1914-2004), Portrait of Young Man.
Hyman Segal, (British 1914-2004), Portrait of Young Man.

Charcoal on paper, signed (lower right), 24cm x 16cm (46cm x 38cm framed). A painter, sculptor and designer, who served in Africa during the war. Upon his return he joined the St Ives Society of Artists.

£475.00

Alain Daniélou, (French 1907-1994), Seated Male, 1942.
Alain Daniélou, (French 1907-1994), Seated Male, 1942.

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.

£1750.00

William Etty, R.A., (British 1787-1849), Academic Study.
William Etty, R.A., (British 1787-1849), Academic Study.

Black and white chalk on paper, signed (lower right), 44cm x 38cm, framed. Also known for his history paintings, Etty was the first significant British painter of nudes, both male and female. He was a student of Sir Thomas Lawrence, R.A. The model is likely to have been a guardsman.

£2,000.00

Alexis Douillard, (French 1835-1905), Male Portrait Study, 19th Century.
Alexis Douillard, (French 1835-1905), Male Portrait Study, 19th Century.

Black and white chalk on paper, signed (lower left), 31cm x 24cm, unframed. Douillard was a painter of religious subjects of note, and church frescos. He trained at the Académie des Beaux-Arts in Paris, in the 1850s.

£400.00

Giovanni Battista Cipriani, R.A., (1727-1785), Two Angels, 1747.
Giovanni Battista Cipriani, R.A., (1727-1785), Two Angels, 1747.

Pen and ink on paper, initialed and dated ‘J B C 1747’ (lower left), 13.5cm x 11cm, unframed. Cipriani was an Italian painter and engraver, who lived in England from 1755. As well as playing a major part in many of the decorative designs for Somerset House, he was a founding member of the RA.

£950.00

Ian Cook, R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Der Held, 2017.
Ian Cook, R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Der Held, 2017.

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower right), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook lives and paints in Paisley, where he was born. He trained at Glasgow School of Art from 1969–72. and won the W.O.Hutchison Drawing Prize. He has exhibited extensively throughout the UK and abroad.

£1950.00 (reserved)

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

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower right), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook lives and paints in Paisley, where he was born. He trained at Glasgow School of Art from 1969–72. and won the W.O.Hutchison Drawing Prize. He has exhibited extensively throughout the UK and abroad.

£1950.00

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

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower left), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook lives and paints in Paisley, where he was born. He trained at Glasgow School of Art from 1969–72 and won the W.O.Hutchison Drawing Prize. He has exhibited extensively throughout the UK and abroad.

£1950.00

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

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower left), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook lives and paints in Paisley, where he was born. He trained at Glasgow School of Art from 1969–72 and won the W.O.Hutchison Drawing Prize. He has exhibited extensively throughout the UK and abroad.

£1950.00

William Johnstone O.B.E., (Scottish 1897-1981), Male Figure Study.
William Johnstone O.B.E., (Scottish 1897-1981), Male Figure Study.

Pen and ink on paper, 52cm x 38cm , unframed. Johnstone was an artist and writer and Principal of Central School of Arts and Crafts from 1947–1960. His work is within the Tate collection, as well as the National Galleries of Scotland. His pupils included Alan Davie and Eduardo Paolozzi .

£700.00

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

Felt pen on paper, 61cm x 46cm, unframed. 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.

£900.00

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

Felt pen on paper, 61cm x 46cm, unframed. 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.

£900.00

Astrid Zydower, M.B.E., (Polish 1930-2005), Male Figure in Landscape, 1997.
Astrid Zydower, M.B.E., (Polish 1930-2005), Male Figure in Landscape, 1997.

Etching, inscribed ‘turn safe to rest, no dreams, no walking, Hausman’, (lower left) and signed and dated (lower right), 30cm x 20cm (plate size), unframed. Hugely successful in her lifetime, she also undertook commissions for notable clients such as the Rolling Stones.

£650.00

Astrid Zydower, M.B.E., (Polish 1930-2005), Figures by Moonlight, 1996.
Astrid Zydower, M.B.E., (Polish 1930-2005), Figures by Moonlight, 1996.

Etching, inscribed ‘A.P. into my heart an air that kills from yon far country blows, A E Hausman’ (lower left) and signed and dated (lower right), 27cm x 30cm (plate size), unframed.

£650.00

Astrid Zydower, M.B.E., (Polish 1930-2005), Figures with Dog by Moonlight, 1995.
Astrid Zydower, M.B.E., (Polish 1930-2005), Figures with Dog by Moonlight, 1995.

Etching, initialed ‘A.P.’ (lower left) and signed and dated (lower right), 16cm x 22cm (plate size), unframed.

£550.00

Astrid Zydower, M.B.E., (Polish 1930-2005), Male Figure, 1988.
Astrid Zydower, M.B.E., (Polish 1930-2005), Male Figure, 1988.

Etching, inscribed ‘A.P.’ (lower left) and signed and dated (lower right), 21cm x 18cm (plate size), unframed.

£400.00

George Dureau, (American 1930-2014), Thompson and Brown, 1982.
George Dureau, (American 1930-2014), Thompson and Brown, 1982.

Silver Print, titled (lower left) and signed (lower right), 24cm x 23cm (print size), framed. Based in New Orleans, Dureau was a painter, sculptor, and photographer known for his focus on the male nude. Often compared to Robert Mapplethorpe’s work, Dureau’s black male nudes predate Mapplethorpe’s Black Book pictures by several years.

£750.00

George Dureau, (American 1930-2014), Jeffrey Cook, 1984.
George Dureau, (American 1930-2014), Jeffrey Cook, 1984.

Silver Print, titled (lower left) and signed (lower right), 24cm x 23cm (print size), framed. Based in New Orleans, Dureau was a painter, sculptor, and photographer known for his focus on the male nude. Often compared to Robert Mapplethorpe’s work, Dureau’s black male nudes predate Mapplethorpe’s Black Book pictures by several years.

£750.00

Dimitris Yeros, (Greek b.1948), From the Series 'The Theory of the Nude', 1998.
Dimitris Yeros, (Greek b.1948), From the Series 'The Theory of the Nude', 1998.

Silver print, signed and numbered ‘5/15’ (verso), 41cm x 31cm, unframed. Yeros is a hugely influential Greek artist-photographer, who has exhibited throughout the world. He is also known for his photographic portraiture of individuals such as Quentin Crisp, Gore Vidal, Ai Wei Wei and Louise Bourgeois.

£500.00

Dimitris Yeros, (Greek b.1948), From the Series 'For a Definition of the Nude', 2000.
Dimitris Yeros, (Greek b.1948), From the Series 'For a Definition of the Nude', 2000.

Silver colour print, signed and numbered ‘9/10’ (verso), 41cm x 31cm, unframed. Yeros is a hugely influential Greek artist-photographer, who has exhibited throughout the world. He is also known for his photographic portraiture of individuals such as Quentin Crisp, Gore Vidal, Ai Wei Wei and Louise Bourgeois.

£500.00

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), The Book Dealer.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), The Book Dealer.

Silver print, 20.5cm x 20cm, unframed. Known for his staged surrealism and exposition of the human body, Tress cites his influences as Hokusai, Frank Lloyd Wright, Picasso, El Lissitzky, Duane Michaels and W Eugene Smith.

£1300.00

Hans Fahrmeyer, (German b.1953), Male Figure, c.1990.
Hans Fahrmeyer, (German b.1953), Male Figure, c.1990.

Silver print, studio stamp (verso), 20cm x 16.5cm, unframed. After travelling throughout Europe and Asia, German-born Fahrmeyer settled in New York in 1984 and has since produced work that has appeared in numerous magazines including Time, Newsweek, Harper's Bazaar, Vogue, Madame and Connoisseur.

£400.00 (Reserved)

Hans Fahrmeyer, (German b.1953), Male Figure, c.1990.
Hans Fahrmeyer, (German b.1953), Male Figure, c.1990.

Silver print, studio stamp (verso), 15cm x 24cm, unframed. This photograph appears in Fahrmeyer’s book ‘Colours of Men’, Jannsen, Berlin, 1994.

£400.00

Hans Fahrmeyer, (German b.1953), Male Figure, c.1990.
Hans Fahrmeyer, (German b.1953), Male Figure, c.1990.

Silver print, studio stamp (verso), 23cm x 16cm, unframed. Fahrmeyer settled in New York in 1984 and has since produced work that has appeared in numerous magazines, and books of his own work.

£400.00

David Buckland, (British b.1949), Male Nude, 1982.
David Buckland, (British b.1949), Male Nude, 1982.

Silver print, studio stamp (verso), 25.5cm x 20.5cm, unframed. Equally well known for his stage designs and innovative photography Buckland was a student at the London College of Printing 1967-70, he has work in the NPG collection.

£250.00

Spanish School, Academic Study, 1779.
Spanish School, Academic Study, 1779.

Red Chalk (Sanguine) on paper, dated ‘5 Octobre 1779 (lower left) and signed ‘Nicolay… Madrid’ (verso), 50cm x 40cm, framed. Drawings of the nude, called "académies", were central to academic art training throughout Europe, including Spain. Drawings were either made from life, or casts of antique sculpture.

SOLD

Astrid Zydower, M.B.E., (Polish 1930-2005), Male Figure, c.1995.
Astrid Zydower, M.B.E., (Polish 1930-2005), Male Figure, c.1995.

Etching, initialed ‘A.P.’ (lower left) and signed (lower right), 28cm x 21cm (plate size), unframed. More famous as a sculptor, Zydower’s most famous work, ‘Orpheus’ is in the gardens at Harewood House.

SOLD

Robert Hubert Payelle, (French 1871-1971), Male Portrait, c.1930.
Robert Hubert Payelle, (French 1871-1971), Male Portrait, c.1930.

Silver print, 17cm x 13cm, unframed. The early 20th century was a period of innovation for photographers looking to capture ‘beauty’ and motion in a way that had not been previously possible. Payelle whose classically ‘beautiful’ studies of the male and female form evoke the pristine whiteness of carved ancient marble.

SOLD

(Attributed to) Jean-Jacques Henner, (French 1829-1905), St Sebastian, c.1888.
Thomas Pollock Anshutz, (American 1851-1912), Seated Male Figure with Water Jug, c.1900.
Soviet School (Tarakanova Ekaterina Nikolaevna?), Male Academic Study, c.1950.
Patrick Hennessy, R.H.A, (Irish 1915-1980), Kassim by the Sea, 1978.
Patrick Hennessy, R.H.A, (Irish 1915-1980), Atlas Beach, 1976.
Claudio Bravo, (Chilean 1936-2011), Muchacho de Frente/Espaldas, 1976.
Spanish School, Male Figure, 1817.
Robert Colquhoun, (Scottish 1914-1962), Male Portrait.
Ludwig von Hofmann, (German 1861-1945), Two Riders, 1915.
Gustave Courtois, (French 1852-1923), Male Portrait, 1899.
John Hadley Rowe, (British ?-1975), Male Nude.
Hyman Segal, (British 1914-2004), Portrait of Young Man.
Alain Daniélou, (French 1907-1994), Seated Male, 1942.
William Etty, R.A., (British 1787-1849), Academic Study.
Alexis Douillard, (French 1835-1905), Male Portrait Study, 19th Century.
Giovanni Battista Cipriani, R.A., (1727-1785), Two Angels, 1747.
Ian Cook, R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Der Held, 2017.
Ian Cook, R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Dancer I, 2017.
Ian Cook, R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 18, 2016.
Ian Cook, R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Pierre, 2017.
William Johnstone O.B.E., (Scottish 1897-1981), Male Figure Study.
Brian Stonehouse, M.B.E., (British 1918-1998), Male Figure, c.1970.
Brian Stonehouse, M.B.E., (British 1918-1998), Male Figure, c.1970.
Astrid Zydower, M.B.E., (Polish 1930-2005), Male Figure in Landscape, 1997.
Astrid Zydower, M.B.E., (Polish 1930-2005), Figures by Moonlight, 1996.
Astrid Zydower, M.B.E., (Polish 1930-2005), Figures with Dog by Moonlight, 1995.
Astrid Zydower, M.B.E., (Polish 1930-2005), Male Figure, 1988.
George Dureau, (American 1930-2014), Thompson and Brown, 1982.
George Dureau, (American 1930-2014), Jeffrey Cook, 1984.
Dimitris Yeros, (Greek b.1948), From the Series 'The Theory of the Nude', 1998.
Dimitris Yeros, (Greek b.1948), From the Series 'For a Definition of the Nude', 2000.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), The Book Dealer.
Hans Fahrmeyer, (German b.1953), Male Figure, c.1990.
Hans Fahrmeyer, (German b.1953), Male Figure, c.1990.
Hans Fahrmeyer, (German b.1953), Male Figure, c.1990.
David Buckland, (British b.1949), Male Nude, 1982.
Spanish School, Academic Study, 1779.
Astrid Zydower, M.B.E., (Polish 1930-2005), Male Figure, c.1995.
Robert Hubert Payelle, (French 1871-1971), Male Portrait, c.1930.
(Attributed to) Jean-Jacques Henner, (French 1829-1905), St Sebastian, c.1888.

Oil on canvas, 96cm x 77cm, framed. Henner was noted for his use of sfumato and chiaroscuro in painting nudes, religious subjects, and portraits. This composition shows St. Sebastian being tended to by St. Irene, after he has been cut down from the tree, against which he is usually depicted.

Price on request

Thomas Pollock Anshutz, (American 1851-1912), Seated Male Figure with Water Jug, c.1900.

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

£8,500.00

Soviet School (Tarakanova Ekaterina Nikolaevna?), Male Academic Study, c.1950.

Oil on canvas, 100cm x 73cm, framed. The possible attribution relates to an indistinct signature “Tarakanova (Тараканова)” (verso). The composition and style is highy evocative of either the Moscow Surikov Academy or Kiev Academy.

£14,000.00

Patrick Hennessy, R.H.A, (Irish 1915-1980), Kassim by the Sea, 1978.

Oil on canvas, signed (lower left), 62cm x 87cm, framed. As a part-time resident of Morrocco, many of his works feature North African subjects and scenes. A major retrospective of Hennessy’s work was held at the IMMA Dublin in 2016. This painting featured in the exhibition and was used in the publicity.

Price on request

Patrick Hennessy, R.H.A, (Irish 1915-1980), Atlas Beach, 1976.

Oil on canvas, signed (lower left), 63cm x 88cm, framed. As a part-time resident of Morrocco, many of his works feature North African subjects and scenes. A major retrospective of Hennessy’s work was held at the IMMA Dublin in 2016. This painting featured in the exhibition.

Price on request

Claudio Bravo, (Chilean 1936-2011), Muchacho de Frente/Espaldas, 1976.

Lithograph (x2), signed and dated (lower right) and inscribed ‘para Pepe Gomes’ (lower left), 90cm x 68cm framed. Bravo was a hyperrealist artist of extraordinary talents. This pair of pictures, are lithographs after Bravo’s drawings of the same subject.

£3250.00 (for the pair)

Spanish School, Male Figure, 1817.

Charcoal on paper, signed ‘Argano’ 1817, 64cm x 54cm framed. This is possibly a draft for an architectural design for a mural or fresco celebrating the Spanish Empire.

£750.00

Robert Colquhoun, (Scottish 1914-1962), Male Portrait.

Pen and ink on paper, signed (lower middle) 52cm x 42cm, framed. He trained at the Glasgow School of Art, where he met Robert MacBryde with whom he established a lifelong personal and professional collaboration. The pair becoming known as "the two Roberts".

£1950.00

Ludwig von Hofmann, (German 1861-1945), Two Riders, 1915.

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.

£800.00

Gustave Courtois, (French 1852-1923), Male Portrait, 1899.

Oil on panel, signed (lower right), 35cm x 30cm, framed. Courtois was a French artist in the academic style, whose work can be seen in public collections in Marseille, Bordeaux, and Luxembourg. He was also a Chevalier of the Legion of Honour.

£3250.00

John Hadley Rowe, (British ?-1975), Male Nude.

Mixed media on paper, 20cm x 16cm (50cm x 44cm framed). Hadley Rowe was head of graphics at St Martin’s School of Art.

£450.00

Hyman Segal, (British 1914-2004), Portrait of Young Man.

Charcoal on paper, signed (lower right), 24cm x 16cm (46cm x 38cm framed). A painter, sculptor and designer, who served in Africa during the war. Upon his return he joined the St Ives Society of Artists.

£475.00

Alain Daniélou, (French 1907-1994), Seated Male, 1942.

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.

£1750.00

William Etty, R.A., (British 1787-1849), Academic Study.

Black and white chalk on paper, signed (lower right), 44cm x 38cm, framed. Also known for his history paintings, Etty was the first significant British painter of nudes, both male and female. He was a student of Sir Thomas Lawrence, R.A. The model is likely to have been a guardsman.

£2,000.00

Alexis Douillard, (French 1835-1905), Male Portrait Study, 19th Century.

Black and white chalk on paper, signed (lower left), 31cm x 24cm, unframed. Douillard was a painter of religious subjects of note, and church frescos. He trained at the Académie des Beaux-Arts in Paris, in the 1850s.

£400.00

Giovanni Battista Cipriani, R.A., (1727-1785), Two Angels, 1747.

Pen and ink on paper, initialed and dated ‘J B C 1747’ (lower left), 13.5cm x 11cm, unframed. Cipriani was an Italian painter and engraver, who lived in England from 1755. As well as playing a major part in many of the decorative designs for Somerset House, he was a founding member of the RA.

£950.00

Ian Cook, R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Der Held, 2017.

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower right), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook lives and paints in Paisley, where he was born. He trained at Glasgow School of Art from 1969–72. and won the W.O.Hutchison Drawing Prize. He has exhibited extensively throughout the UK and abroad.

£1950.00 (reserved)

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

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower right), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook lives and paints in Paisley, where he was born. He trained at Glasgow School of Art from 1969–72. and won the W.O.Hutchison Drawing Prize. He has exhibited extensively throughout the UK and abroad.

£1950.00

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

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower left), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook lives and paints in Paisley, where he was born. He trained at Glasgow School of Art from 1969–72 and won the W.O.Hutchison Drawing Prize. He has exhibited extensively throughout the UK and abroad.

£1950.00

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

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower left), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook lives and paints in Paisley, where he was born. He trained at Glasgow School of Art from 1969–72 and won the W.O.Hutchison Drawing Prize. He has exhibited extensively throughout the UK and abroad.

£1950.00

William Johnstone O.B.E., (Scottish 1897-1981), Male Figure Study.

Pen and ink on paper, 52cm x 38cm , unframed. Johnstone was an artist and writer and Principal of Central School of Arts and Crafts from 1947–1960. His work is within the Tate collection, as well as the National Galleries of Scotland. His pupils included Alan Davie and Eduardo Paolozzi .

£700.00

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

Felt pen on paper, 61cm x 46cm, unframed. 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.

£900.00

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

Felt pen on paper, 61cm x 46cm, unframed. 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.

£900.00

Astrid Zydower, M.B.E., (Polish 1930-2005), Male Figure in Landscape, 1997.

Etching, inscribed ‘turn safe to rest, no dreams, no walking, Hausman’, (lower left) and signed and dated (lower right), 30cm x 20cm (plate size), unframed. Hugely successful in her lifetime, she also undertook commissions for notable clients such as the Rolling Stones.

£650.00

Astrid Zydower, M.B.E., (Polish 1930-2005), Figures by Moonlight, 1996.

Etching, inscribed ‘A.P. into my heart an air that kills from yon far country blows, A E Hausman’ (lower left) and signed and dated (lower right), 27cm x 30cm (plate size), unframed.

£650.00

Astrid Zydower, M.B.E., (Polish 1930-2005), Figures with Dog by Moonlight, 1995.

Etching, initialed ‘A.P.’ (lower left) and signed and dated (lower right), 16cm x 22cm (plate size), unframed.

£550.00

Astrid Zydower, M.B.E., (Polish 1930-2005), Male Figure, 1988.

Etching, inscribed ‘A.P.’ (lower left) and signed and dated (lower right), 21cm x 18cm (plate size), unframed.

£400.00

George Dureau, (American 1930-2014), Thompson and Brown, 1982.

Silver Print, titled (lower left) and signed (lower right), 24cm x 23cm (print size), framed. Based in New Orleans, Dureau was a painter, sculptor, and photographer known for his focus on the male nude. Often compared to Robert Mapplethorpe’s work, Dureau’s black male nudes predate Mapplethorpe’s Black Book pictures by several years.

£750.00

George Dureau, (American 1930-2014), Jeffrey Cook, 1984.

Silver Print, titled (lower left) and signed (lower right), 24cm x 23cm (print size), framed. Based in New Orleans, Dureau was a painter, sculptor, and photographer known for his focus on the male nude. Often compared to Robert Mapplethorpe’s work, Dureau’s black male nudes predate Mapplethorpe’s Black Book pictures by several years.

£750.00

Dimitris Yeros, (Greek b.1948), From the Series 'The Theory of the Nude', 1998.

Silver print, signed and numbered ‘5/15’ (verso), 41cm x 31cm, unframed. Yeros is a hugely influential Greek artist-photographer, who has exhibited throughout the world. He is also known for his photographic portraiture of individuals such as Quentin Crisp, Gore Vidal, Ai Wei Wei and Louise Bourgeois.

£500.00

Dimitris Yeros, (Greek b.1948), From the Series 'For a Definition of the Nude', 2000.

Silver colour print, signed and numbered ‘9/10’ (verso), 41cm x 31cm, unframed. Yeros is a hugely influential Greek artist-photographer, who has exhibited throughout the world. He is also known for his photographic portraiture of individuals such as Quentin Crisp, Gore Vidal, Ai Wei Wei and Louise Bourgeois.

£500.00

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), The Book Dealer.

Silver print, 20.5cm x 20cm, unframed. Known for his staged surrealism and exposition of the human body, Tress cites his influences as Hokusai, Frank Lloyd Wright, Picasso, El Lissitzky, Duane Michaels and W Eugene Smith.

£1300.00

Hans Fahrmeyer, (German b.1953), Male Figure, c.1990.

Silver print, studio stamp (verso), 20cm x 16.5cm, unframed. After travelling throughout Europe and Asia, German-born Fahrmeyer settled in New York in 1984 and has since produced work that has appeared in numerous magazines including Time, Newsweek, Harper's Bazaar, Vogue, Madame and Connoisseur.

£400.00 (Reserved)

Hans Fahrmeyer, (German b.1953), Male Figure, c.1990.

Silver print, studio stamp (verso), 15cm x 24cm, unframed. This photograph appears in Fahrmeyer’s book ‘Colours of Men’, Jannsen, Berlin, 1994.

£400.00

Hans Fahrmeyer, (German b.1953), Male Figure, c.1990.

Silver print, studio stamp (verso), 23cm x 16cm, unframed. Fahrmeyer settled in New York in 1984 and has since produced work that has appeared in numerous magazines, and books of his own work.

£400.00

David Buckland, (British b.1949), Male Nude, 1982.

Silver print, studio stamp (verso), 25.5cm x 20.5cm, unframed. Equally well known for his stage designs and innovative photography Buckland was a student at the London College of Printing 1967-70, he has work in the NPG collection.

£250.00

Spanish School, Academic Study, 1779.

Red Chalk (Sanguine) on paper, dated ‘5 Octobre 1779 (lower left) and signed ‘Nicolay… Madrid’ (verso), 50cm x 40cm, framed. Drawings of the nude, called "académies", were central to academic art training throughout Europe, including Spain. Drawings were either made from life, or casts of antique sculpture.

SOLD

Astrid Zydower, M.B.E., (Polish 1930-2005), Male Figure, c.1995.

Etching, initialed ‘A.P.’ (lower left) and signed (lower right), 28cm x 21cm (plate size), unframed. More famous as a sculptor, Zydower’s most famous work, ‘Orpheus’ is in the gardens at Harewood House.

SOLD

Robert Hubert Payelle, (French 1871-1971), Male Portrait, c.1930.

Silver print, 17cm x 13cm, unframed. The early 20th century was a period of innovation for photographers looking to capture ‘beauty’ and motion in a way that had not been previously possible. Payelle whose classically ‘beautiful’ studies of the male and female form evoke the pristine whiteness of carved ancient marble.

SOLD

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