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.

£7000.00

Nommie Durell, (British 1905-1989), Seated Male Nude, c.1938.
Nommie Durell, (British 1905-1989), Seated Male Nude, c.1938.

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.

£2,250.00

Tadeusz Kamasa, (Polish 1924-2003), Stevedores, c.1950.
Tadeusz Kamasa, (Polish 1924-2003), Stevedores, c.1950.

Oil on board, signed (lower right), 64cm x 74cm framed. Kamasa was a Polish artist, based in Sweden, who travelled and painted throughout Europe.

£1250.00

James Mortimer, (British b.1989), Boy with Red Wine, 2013.
James Mortimer, (British b.1989), Boy with Red Wine, 2013.

Oil on canvas, 102cm x 76cm, unframed. Mortimer is a contemporary British artist, who figures inhabit a surreal world of decadence and exoticism.

£4000.00

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.

£4500.00

George Barbier, (French 1882-1932), L'Archer, c.1914.
George Barbier, (French 1882-1932), L'Archer, c.1914.

Pen and ink, brush and ink, watercolour and gold and silver pigment on paper, signed (lower left), 23cm x 15cm, unframed. One of the great French illustrators of the 20th Century, Barbier was a designer and illustrator for the theatre, fashion and ballet.

Price on request

Alain Rosello, (Spanish 1962-2005), Untitled.
Alain Rosello, (Spanish 1962-2005), Untitled.

Charcoal on paper, signed (upper right), 49cm x 42cm framed. Rosello’s precise academic style draws freely on the conventions of 17th and 18th century art, but his subject matter brings his work into the present day.

£750.00

Alain Rosello, (Spanish 1962-2005), Dionysis Preparing to Fulfil his Promise.
Alain Rosello, (Spanish 1962-2005), Dionysis Preparing to Fulfil his Promise.

Charcoal on paper, signed (upper right), 52cm x 44cm framed. Rosello’s precise academic style draws freely on the conventions of 17th and 18th century art, but his subject matter brings his work into the present day. A painted version of this work appears on the front cover of ‘Stony Glances’ by Peter Robins.

£750.00

David Hutter, (British 1930-1990), Classical Figure.
David Hutter, (British 1930-1990), Classical Figure.

Charcoal on paper, signed (lower right), 48cm x 39cm framed. Hutter showed at group exhibitions at the Royal Academy, the Royal Watercolour Society and the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours. He was also an early advocate for gay rights in the UK.

£1000.00

Robert Mapplethorpe, (American 1946-1989) & Hendrik Goltzius (Dutch 1558-1617), Mapplethorpe & the Classical Tradition, 2004.
Robert Mapplethorpe, (American 1946-1989) & Hendrik Goltzius (Dutch 1558-1617), Mapplethorpe & the Classical Tradition, 2004.

Diavography (print) on hand-made Hahnemühle rag paper, stamped Deutsche Guggenheim and numbered ‘67/100’, 55cm x 88cm (61cm x 95cm framed). Produced to coincide with ‘Mapplethorpe & the Classical Tradition’, Deutsche Guggenhim exhibition, 2004.

£750.00

 Johannes Hendricus Jurres, (Dutch 1875-1946), Male Figure Study, 20th Century.
Johannes Hendricus Jurres, (Dutch 1875-1946), Male Figure Study, 20th Century.

Charcoal on paper board, signed (lower left), 39cm x 29cm, unframed. Jurres was a Dutch artist who painted veyr much in the classical tradition.

£750.00

William Linnell, (British 1826-1906), Study after the Parthenon Marbles, 19th Century.
William Linnell, (British 1826-1906), Study after the Parthenon Marbles, 19th Century.

Pencil on paper, 33cm x 57cm, unframed. Along with another sketch in the collection, was created by Linnell when a student at the Royal Academy.

£250.00

William Linnell, (British 1826-1906), Study after the Parthenon Marbles, 19th Century.
William Linnell, (British 1826-1906), Study after the Parthenon Marbles, 19th Century.

Pencil on paper, 33cm x 57cm, unframed. Along with another sketch in the collection, was created by Linnell when a student at the Royal Academy.

£250.00

Mikhail Chepik, (Ukraine 1920-1972), Male Figure Study.
Mikhail Chepik, (Ukraine 1920-1972), Male Figure Study.

Charcoal on paper, 29cm x 21cm, unframed. Chepik was a highly accomplished painter and graphic artist from the Soviet Ukraine. The drawing is inscribed on the back that it is from the family’s collection, and a study for the work “Visotniki” (Climbers).

£500.00

Adolf Erhorn, (German 1873-?), Male Academic Study, 1899.
Adolf Erhorn, (German 1873-?), Male Academic Study, 1899.

Black and red charcoal on paper, signed (lower right) and dated 17.3.99, 70cm x 41cm, framed. The picture depicts a life drawing class, the model standing on a raised stage, with an another artist seen also drawing the figure.

£800.00

Adolf Erhorn, (German 1873-?), Male Academic Study, 1898.
Adolf Erhorn, (German 1873-?), Male Academic Study, 1898.

Charcoal on paper, signed and dated (lower left) and inscribed ‘Munchen’, 46cm x 27cm, unframed.

£400.00

Adolf Erhorn, (German 1873-?), Male Academic Study, 1899.
Adolf Erhorn, (German 1873-?), Male Academic Study, 1899.

Black and red charcoal in paper, signed (lower right), 59cm x 29cm, unframed.

£400.00

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

Acrylic on paper, signed and dated (lower left), 44cm x 30cm, 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.

£800.00

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.

£950.00

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

Acrylic on paper, signed and dated (lower left), 43cm x 60cm, 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.

£950.00

Raphael T Roussel, (British 1884-1965), Portrait of the Artist Bernard Adams, 1919.
Raphael T Roussel, (British 1884-1965), Portrait of the Artist Bernard Adams, 1919.

Watercolour on paper, signed and dated (lower right), 34cm x 26cm, unframed. Raphael was the son of the artist Théodore Roussel (1847-1926).

£650.00

French School, Male Portrait, c.1940.
French School, Male Portrait, c.1940.

Red chalk on paper, 32cm x 22cm, unframed.

£450.00

Charles St. Jacques, (French), Male Portrait, 1931.
Charles St. Jacques, (French), Male Portrait, 1931.

Red chalk on paper, signed and dated (lower right), 35cm x 28cm, unframed.

£450.00

Helen Ponselle, (French), Male Portrait, 1934.
Helen Ponselle, (French), Male Portrait, 1934.

Black and red chalk on paper, signed, dates and inscribed ‘Paris’ (lower right), 34cm x 29cm, unframed.

£450.00

French School, Male Portrait, c.1940.
French School, Male Portrait, c.1940.

Black and red chalk on paper, 33cm x 29cm, unframed.

£450.00

French School, Male Portrait, 1940.
French School, Male Portrait, 1940.

Black, red and white chalk on paper, indistinctly signed and dated (lower right), 38cm x 29cm, unframed.

£450.00

Jean-Marc Prouveur, (French b.1956), Study for War Memorial, 1982/84.
Jean-Marc Prouveur, (French b.1956), Study for War Memorial, 1982/84.

Black & white photographs on paper, titled ‘Study for War Memorial’ (lower left) and signed and numbered ‘1/3’ (lower right), 86cm x 60cm framed. Prouveur was a collaborator of Derek Jarman. This work was exhibited at the Edward Totah Gallery in 1984 and owned by a producer of Jarman’s film Sebastiane.

£2000.00

Mike Disfarmer, (American 1884-1959), Two Pals with Cigarettes, 1944.
Mike Disfarmer, (American 1884-1959), Two Pals with Cigarettes, 1944.

Silver print, 18cm x 32cm (image size), 27cm x 35.5cm (plate size), printed posthumously and stamped ‘The Disfarmer Collection’, numbered ‘14/75’, unframed. Disfarmer had a portrait studio in Arkansas. His extraordinary portraits captured the local community with an uncanny intimacy.

Price on request

Continental School (German?), Male Nude on Boat, c.1920.
Continental School (German?), Male Nude on Boat, c.1920.

Silver print, 8cm x 10cm, unframed.

£400.00

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Marshall Street Baths, 1987.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Marshall Street Baths, 1987.

Silver print, signed and dated (verso), 20cm x 25cm, unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson.

£400.00

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Nok Thailand, 1989.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Nok Thailand, 1989.

Silver print, 21cm x 32cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson.

£400.00

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Eric, 1981.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Eric, 1981.

Silver print, 21cm x 32cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson.

£400.00

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Nick A, 1980.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Nick A, 1980.

Silver print, 21cm x 32cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson.

£400.00

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Perry, 1986.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Perry, 1986.

Silver print, 21cm x 32cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson.

£400.00

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Gary, 1980.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Gary, 1980.

Silver print, 21cm x 32cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson.

£400.00

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Roger/George, 1989.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Roger/George, 1989.

Silver print, 32cm x 21cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson.

£400.00

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Nick U, 1981/2.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Nick U, 1981/2.

Silver print, 32cm x 21cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson.

£400.00

Bertram Park, (British 1883-1972), An Archer, c.1920.
Bertram Park, (British 1883-1972), An Archer, c.1920.

Silver print, 9.5cm x 7.5cm, unframed. Park was a photographer whose work included British and European royalty, as well as theatrical subjects. Two of his theatrical portraits were the source for two paintings by Walter Sickert.

SOLD

Bertram Park, (British 1883-1972), Male Nude, c.1920.
Bertram Park, (British 1883-1972), Male Nude, c.1920.

Silver print, 9.5cm x 7.5cm, unframed. Park was a photographer whose work included British and European royalty, as well as theatrical subjects. Two of his theatrical portraits were the source for two paintings by Walter Sickert.

SOLD

Bertram Park, (British 1883-1972), An Archer, c.1920.
Bertram Park, (British 1883-1972), An Archer, c.1920.

Silver print, 9.5cm x 7.5cm, unframed. Park was a photographer whose work included British and European royalty, as well as theatrical subjects. Two of his theatrical portraits were the source for two paintings by Walter Sickert.

SOLD

Michael Murfin, (British b.1954), Figure in a Landscape, 2004.
Michael Murfin, (British b.1954), Figure in a Landscape, 2004.

Pastel on paper, signed (lower right), 71cm x 79cm, framed. 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.

SOLD

Michael Murfin, (British b.1954), Exploring Géricault, 2011.
Nommie Durell, (British 1905-1989), Seated Male Nude, c.1938.
Tadeusz Kamasa, (Polish 1924-2003), Stevedores, c.1950.
James Mortimer, (British b.1989), Boy with Red Wine, 2013.
Francis West, (British 1936-2015), The Impossible Weight of Existence, 2008.
George Barbier, (French 1882-1932), L'Archer, c.1914.
Alain Rosello, (Spanish 1962-2005), Untitled.
Alain Rosello, (Spanish 1962-2005), Dionysis Preparing to Fulfil his Promise.
David Hutter, (British 1930-1990), Classical Figure.
Robert Mapplethorpe, (American 1946-1989) & Hendrik Goltzius (Dutch 1558-1617), Mapplethorpe & the Classical Tradition, 2004.
 Johannes Hendricus Jurres, (Dutch 1875-1946), Male Figure Study, 20th Century.
William Linnell, (British 1826-1906), Study after the Parthenon Marbles, 19th Century.
William Linnell, (British 1826-1906), Study after the Parthenon Marbles, 19th Century.
Mikhail Chepik, (Ukraine 1920-1972), Male Figure Study.
Adolf Erhorn, (German 1873-?), Male Academic Study, 1899.
Adolf Erhorn, (German 1873-?), Male Academic Study, 1898.
Adolf Erhorn, (German 1873-?), Male Academic Study, 1899.
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Antonio, 2017.
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure Couplet, 2017.
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure and Blue Rug, 2018.
Raphael T Roussel, (British 1884-1965), Portrait of the Artist Bernard Adams, 1919.
French School, Male Portrait, c.1940.
Charles St. Jacques, (French), Male Portrait, 1931.
Helen Ponselle, (French), Male Portrait, 1934.
French School, Male Portrait, c.1940.
French School, Male Portrait, 1940.
Jean-Marc Prouveur, (French b.1956), Study for War Memorial, 1982/84.
Mike Disfarmer, (American 1884-1959), Two Pals with Cigarettes, 1944.
Continental School (German?), Male Nude on Boat, c.1920.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Marshall Street Baths, 1987.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Nok Thailand, 1989.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Eric, 1981.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Nick A, 1980.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Perry, 1986.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Gary, 1980.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Roger/George, 1989.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Nick U, 1981/2.
Bertram Park, (British 1883-1972), An Archer, c.1920.
Bertram Park, (British 1883-1972), Male Nude, c.1920.
Bertram Park, (British 1883-1972), An Archer, c.1920.
Michael Murfin, (British b.1954), Figure in a Landscape, 2004.
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.

£7000.00

Nommie Durell, (British 1905-1989), Seated Male Nude, c.1938.

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.

£2,250.00

Tadeusz Kamasa, (Polish 1924-2003), Stevedores, c.1950.

Oil on board, signed (lower right), 64cm x 74cm framed. Kamasa was a Polish artist, based in Sweden, who travelled and painted throughout Europe.

£1250.00

James Mortimer, (British b.1989), Boy with Red Wine, 2013.

Oil on canvas, 102cm x 76cm, unframed. Mortimer is a contemporary British artist, who figures inhabit a surreal world of decadence and exoticism.

£4000.00

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.

£4500.00

George Barbier, (French 1882-1932), L'Archer, c.1914.

Pen and ink, brush and ink, watercolour and gold and silver pigment on paper, signed (lower left), 23cm x 15cm, unframed. One of the great French illustrators of the 20th Century, Barbier was a designer and illustrator for the theatre, fashion and ballet.

Price on request

Alain Rosello, (Spanish 1962-2005), Untitled.

Charcoal on paper, signed (upper right), 49cm x 42cm framed. Rosello’s precise academic style draws freely on the conventions of 17th and 18th century art, but his subject matter brings his work into the present day.

£750.00

Alain Rosello, (Spanish 1962-2005), Dionysis Preparing to Fulfil his Promise.

Charcoal on paper, signed (upper right), 52cm x 44cm framed. Rosello’s precise academic style draws freely on the conventions of 17th and 18th century art, but his subject matter brings his work into the present day. A painted version of this work appears on the front cover of ‘Stony Glances’ by Peter Robins.

£750.00

David Hutter, (British 1930-1990), Classical Figure.

Charcoal on paper, signed (lower right), 48cm x 39cm framed. Hutter showed at group exhibitions at the Royal Academy, the Royal Watercolour Society and the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours. He was also an early advocate for gay rights in the UK.

£1000.00

Robert Mapplethorpe, (American 1946-1989) & Hendrik Goltzius (Dutch 1558-1617), Mapplethorpe & the Classical Tradition, 2004.

Diavography (print) on hand-made Hahnemühle rag paper, stamped Deutsche Guggenheim and numbered ‘67/100’, 55cm x 88cm (61cm x 95cm framed). Produced to coincide with ‘Mapplethorpe & the Classical Tradition’, Deutsche Guggenhim exhibition, 2004.

£750.00

Johannes Hendricus Jurres, (Dutch 1875-1946), Male Figure Study, 20th Century.

Charcoal on paper board, signed (lower left), 39cm x 29cm, unframed. Jurres was a Dutch artist who painted veyr much in the classical tradition.

£750.00

William Linnell, (British 1826-1906), Study after the Parthenon Marbles, 19th Century.

Pencil on paper, 33cm x 57cm, unframed. Along with another sketch in the collection, was created by Linnell when a student at the Royal Academy.

£250.00

William Linnell, (British 1826-1906), Study after the Parthenon Marbles, 19th Century.

Pencil on paper, 33cm x 57cm, unframed. Along with another sketch in the collection, was created by Linnell when a student at the Royal Academy.

£250.00

Mikhail Chepik, (Ukraine 1920-1972), Male Figure Study.

Charcoal on paper, 29cm x 21cm, unframed. Chepik was a highly accomplished painter and graphic artist from the Soviet Ukraine. The drawing is inscribed on the back that it is from the family’s collection, and a study for the work “Visotniki” (Climbers).

£500.00

Adolf Erhorn, (German 1873-?), Male Academic Study, 1899.

Black and red charcoal on paper, signed (lower right) and dated 17.3.99, 70cm x 41cm, framed. The picture depicts a life drawing class, the model standing on a raised stage, with an another artist seen also drawing the figure.

£800.00

Adolf Erhorn, (German 1873-?), Male Academic Study, 1898.

Charcoal on paper, signed and dated (lower left) and inscribed ‘Munchen’, 46cm x 27cm, unframed.

£400.00

Adolf Erhorn, (German 1873-?), Male Academic Study, 1899.

Black and red charcoal in paper, signed (lower right), 59cm x 29cm, unframed.

£400.00

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

Acrylic on paper, signed and dated (lower left), 44cm x 30cm, 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.

£800.00

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.

£950.00

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

Acrylic on paper, signed and dated (lower left), 43cm x 60cm, 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.

£950.00

Raphael T Roussel, (British 1884-1965), Portrait of the Artist Bernard Adams, 1919.

Watercolour on paper, signed and dated (lower right), 34cm x 26cm, unframed. Raphael was the son of the artist Théodore Roussel (1847-1926).

£650.00

French School, Male Portrait, c.1940.

Red chalk on paper, 32cm x 22cm, unframed.

£450.00

Charles St. Jacques, (French), Male Portrait, 1931.

Red chalk on paper, signed and dated (lower right), 35cm x 28cm, unframed.

£450.00

Helen Ponselle, (French), Male Portrait, 1934.

Black and red chalk on paper, signed, dates and inscribed ‘Paris’ (lower right), 34cm x 29cm, unframed.

£450.00

French School, Male Portrait, c.1940.

Black and red chalk on paper, 33cm x 29cm, unframed.

£450.00

French School, Male Portrait, 1940.

Black, red and white chalk on paper, indistinctly signed and dated (lower right), 38cm x 29cm, unframed.

£450.00

Jean-Marc Prouveur, (French b.1956), Study for War Memorial, 1982/84.

Black & white photographs on paper, titled ‘Study for War Memorial’ (lower left) and signed and numbered ‘1/3’ (lower right), 86cm x 60cm framed. Prouveur was a collaborator of Derek Jarman. This work was exhibited at the Edward Totah Gallery in 1984 and owned by a producer of Jarman’s film Sebastiane.

£2000.00

Mike Disfarmer, (American 1884-1959), Two Pals with Cigarettes, 1944.

Silver print, 18cm x 32cm (image size), 27cm x 35.5cm (plate size), printed posthumously and stamped ‘The Disfarmer Collection’, numbered ‘14/75’, unframed. Disfarmer had a portrait studio in Arkansas. His extraordinary portraits captured the local community with an uncanny intimacy.

Price on request

Continental School (German?), Male Nude on Boat, c.1920.

Silver print, 8cm x 10cm, unframed.

£400.00

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Marshall Street Baths, 1987.

Silver print, signed and dated (verso), 20cm x 25cm, unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson.

£400.00

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Nok Thailand, 1989.

Silver print, 21cm x 32cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson.

£400.00

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Eric, 1981.

Silver print, 21cm x 32cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson.

£400.00

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Nick A, 1980.

Silver print, 21cm x 32cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson.

£400.00

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Perry, 1986.

Silver print, 21cm x 32cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson.

£400.00

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Gary, 1980.

Silver print, 21cm x 32cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson.

£400.00

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Roger/George, 1989.

Silver print, 32cm x 21cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson.

£400.00

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Nick U, 1981/2.

Silver print, 32cm x 21cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson.

£400.00

Bertram Park, (British 1883-1972), An Archer, c.1920.

Silver print, 9.5cm x 7.5cm, unframed. Park was a photographer whose work included British and European royalty, as well as theatrical subjects. Two of his theatrical portraits were the source for two paintings by Walter Sickert.

SOLD

Bertram Park, (British 1883-1972), Male Nude, c.1920.

Silver print, 9.5cm x 7.5cm, unframed. Park was a photographer whose work included British and European royalty, as well as theatrical subjects. Two of his theatrical portraits were the source for two paintings by Walter Sickert.

SOLD

Bertram Park, (British 1883-1972), An Archer, c.1920.

Silver print, 9.5cm x 7.5cm, unframed. Park was a photographer whose work included British and European royalty, as well as theatrical subjects. Two of his theatrical portraits were the source for two paintings by Walter Sickert.

SOLD

Michael Murfin, (British b.1954), Figure in a Landscape, 2004.

Pastel on paper, signed (lower right), 71cm x 79cm, framed. 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.

SOLD

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