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.

£7000.00

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.

£3000.00

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.

£3000.00

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

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 hyperrealist artist of extraordinary talents, Bowen emigrated to Paris in the late 1960s, and remains working there in his studio in Montmartre.

£12,000.00

Ian Cook, R.S.W., (Scottish b.1951), Male Torso I, 2013.
Ian Cook, R.S.W., (Scottish b.1951), Male Torso I, 2013.

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower left), 82cm x 58cm (116cm x 88cm framed). A student of the Glasgow School of Art in the late 1960s influenced by Picasso and Matisse, his graphic lines are softened and and decorated by intuitive harmonies of colour.

£950.00

French School, Academic Study, 1872.
French School, Academic Study, 1872.

Charcoal on paper, indistinctly signed and dated 'Janvier 1872' (lower right), 58cm x 32cm (80cm x 55cm framed). Drawings of the nude, called "académies", were central to academic art training in France from the 17th Century onwards.

£1300.00

French School, Academic Study, 18th Century.
French School, Academic Study, 18th Century.

Black and white chalk on paper, 48cm x 40cm unframed. Drawings and paintings of the nude, called "académies", were central to academic art training in France from the 16th Century onwards. Only after acquiring enough skill were artists permitted to draw a posed live model.

£500.00

James Ward, R.A., (British 1769-1859), Academic Study, c.1800.
James Ward, R.A., (British 1769-1859), Academic Study, c.1800.

Black and white chalk in paper, initialled and indistinctly dated (lower right), 24cm x 31cm (46cm x 60cm framed). Ward was one of the outstanding artists of the day. His work is contained in many public collections including the Tate Britain.

£500.00

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

Claude Firmin, (French 1864-1944), Study of Boy with a Pipe, 1920.
Claude Firmin, (French 1864-1944), Study of Boy with a Pipe, 1920.

Oil on panel, signed and dated (lower right), 35cm x 26.5cm unframed. Claude Firmin studied under Léon Bonnat and at the École des Beaux-Arts in Avignon, where he later became a teacher, then the principal. He is best remembered for his portraits and interiors.

£1100.00

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

Bertram Park, (British 1883-1972), Hubert Stowitts, c.1920.
Bertram Park, (British 1883-1972), Hubert Stowitts, c.1920.

Silver Print, signed (lower left) 30cm x 21cm, 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. Hubert Julian 'Jay' Stowitts was a dancer with the Anna Pavlova dance company.

£350.00

Anonymous (French), Dancer in the Principal Role of 'l'après-midi d'un faune', c.1930.
Anonymous (French), Dancer in the Principal Role of 'l'après-midi d'un faune', c.1930.

Silver print, 37cm x 26cm unframed. The role depicted here was choreographed and performed by renowned dancer Vaslav Nijinsky in 1912, with costumes and sets by painter Léon Bakst.

£800.00

Guglielmo Plüschow, (German 1852–1930), Young Man with Coronette of Flowers, c.1880.
Guglielmo Plüschow, (German 1852–1930), Young Man with Coronette of Flowers, c.1880.

Albumen print, 23cm x 17.5cm unframed. A German photographer who moved to Italy and became known for his photos of local youths, predominantly males. He was also the cousin of Wilhelm von Gloeden. 

£1800.00

French School, Study of Saint Sebastian, c.1850.
French School, Study of Saint Sebastian, c.1850.

Black and white chalk on blue paper, squared and numbered for scale, 30cm x 23cm unframed. The composition of this Saint Sebastian sketch is similar to Paul Delarouche's St Sebastian contained with the Detroit Institute of Art.

POA

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

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

Marcel-Lenoir, (French 1872-1931), Academic Study, c.1920.
Marcel-Lenoir, (French 1872-1931), Academic Study, c.1920.

Charcoal on paper, 63cm x 47cm, unframed. Hugely successful in his lifetime, Marcel-Lenoir's academic study is wondefully evocative of the 1920s and Art Deco.

£650.00

Marcel-Lenoir, (French 1872-1931), Academic Study, c.1920.
Marcel-Lenoir, (French 1872-1931), Academic Study, c.1920.

Charcoal on paper, signed (lower middle) and squared for scale, 46cm x 41cm, unframed. Hugely successful in his lifetime, Marcel-Lenoir's academic study is wondefully evocative of the 1920s and Art Deco.

£650.00

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

Konstanty Brandel, (Polish 1880-1970), The Lovers, c.1910.
Konstanty Brandel, (Polish 1880-1970), The Lovers, c.1910.

Etching, signed (lower right), 10cm x 15cm (plate size), unframed. Brandel a Polish painter and graphic designer who emigrated to France in 1907, and remained working there for the remainder of his life.

£750.00

Charles Edmund Rowbotham, (British 1848-1922), Male Portrait Study.
Charles Edmund Rowbotham, (British 1848-1922), Male Portrait Study.

Oil on canvas, 20cm x 21cm, framed. This highly accomplished study, is possibly of an Italian, as the artist travelled extensively throughout Italy.

SOLD

William Bruce Ellis Ranken, (British 1881-1941), Portrait of a Young Soldier, 1914.
William Bruce Ellis Ranken, (British 1881-1941), Portrait of a Young Soldier, 1914.

Oil on card, initialled and dated (top right), 62cm x 50cm, framed. Ranken's work is many UK public collections. His most famous painting is probably, 'The Garden Door'.

SOLD

Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Struggle, 1995.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study, July 1980.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Male Figure Study, July 1980.
Marino Marini, (Italian 1901-1980), Cavallo e Cavaliere, c.1960.
Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Portrait of Francisco, 1981.
Ian Cook, R.S.W., (Scottish b.1951), Male Torso I, 2013.
French School, Academic Study, 1872.
French School, Academic Study, 18th Century.
James Ward, R.A., (British 1769-1859), Academic Study, c.1800.
French School, Male Figure, c.1950.
Claude Firmin, (French 1864-1944), Study of Boy with a Pipe, 1920.
Eileen Healy, (Irish), Male Nude, 1995.
Eileen Healy, (Irish), Male Nude, 1995.
Bertram Park, (British 1883-1972), Hubert Stowitts, c.1920.
Anonymous (French), Dancer in the Principal Role of 'l'après-midi d'un faune', c.1930.
Guglielmo Plüschow, (German 1852–1930), Young Man with Coronette of Flowers, c.1880.
French School, Study of Saint Sebastian, c.1850.
Peter de Francia, (British 1921-2012), Dockers, c.1960.
Keith Vaughan, (British 1912-1977), Figure Study for Painting, c.1950.
Marcel-Lenoir, (French 1872-1931), Academic Study, c.1920.
Marcel-Lenoir, (French 1872-1931), Academic Study, c.1920.
Eric Kahn, (German 1904-1979), Male Figure, 1955.
Konstanty Brandel, (Polish 1880-1970), The Lovers, c.1910.
Charles Edmund Rowbotham, (British 1848-1922), Male Portrait Study.
William Bruce Ellis Ranken, (British 1881-1941), Portrait of a Young Soldier, 1914.
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.

£7000.00

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.

£3000.00

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.

£3000.00

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

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

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

£12,000.00

Ian Cook, R.S.W., (Scottish b.1951), Male Torso I, 2013.

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower left), 82cm x 58cm (116cm x 88cm framed). A student of the Glasgow School of Art in the late 1960s influenced by Picasso and Matisse, his graphic lines are softened and and decorated by intuitive harmonies of colour.

£950.00

French School, Academic Study, 1872.

Charcoal on paper, indistinctly signed and dated 'Janvier 1872' (lower right), 58cm x 32cm (80cm x 55cm framed). Drawings of the nude, called "académies", were central to academic art training in France from the 17th Century onwards.

£1300.00

French School, Academic Study, 18th Century.

Black and white chalk on paper, 48cm x 40cm unframed. Drawings and paintings of the nude, called "académies", were central to academic art training in France from the 16th Century onwards. Only after acquiring enough skill were artists permitted to draw a posed live model.

£500.00

James Ward, R.A., (British 1769-1859), Academic Study, c.1800.

Black and white chalk in paper, initialled and indistinctly dated (lower right), 24cm x 31cm (46cm x 60cm framed). Ward was one of the outstanding artists of the day. His work is contained in many public collections including the Tate Britain.

£500.00

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

Claude Firmin, (French 1864-1944), Study of Boy with a Pipe, 1920.

Oil on panel, signed and dated (lower right), 35cm x 26.5cm unframed. Claude Firmin studied under Léon Bonnat and at the École des Beaux-Arts in Avignon, where he later became a teacher, then the principal. He is best remembered for his portraits and interiors.

£1100.00

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

Bertram Park, (British 1883-1972), Hubert Stowitts, c.1920.

Silver Print, signed (lower left) 30cm x 21cm, 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. Hubert Julian 'Jay' Stowitts was a dancer with the Anna Pavlova dance company.

£350.00

Anonymous (French), Dancer in the Principal Role of 'l'après-midi d'un faune', c.1930.

Silver print, 37cm x 26cm unframed. The role depicted here was choreographed and performed by renowned dancer Vaslav Nijinsky in 1912, with costumes and sets by painter Léon Bakst.

£800.00

Guglielmo Plüschow, (German 1852–1930), Young Man with Coronette of Flowers, c.1880.

Albumen print, 23cm x 17.5cm unframed. A German photographer who moved to Italy and became known for his photos of local youths, predominantly males. He was also the cousin of Wilhelm von Gloeden. 

£1800.00

French School, Study of Saint Sebastian, c.1850.

Black and white chalk on blue paper, squared and numbered for scale, 30cm x 23cm unframed. The composition of this Saint Sebastian sketch is similar to Paul Delarouche's St Sebastian contained with the Detroit Institute of Art.

POA

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

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

Marcel-Lenoir, (French 1872-1931), Academic Study, c.1920.

Charcoal on paper, 63cm x 47cm, unframed. Hugely successful in his lifetime, Marcel-Lenoir's academic study is wondefully evocative of the 1920s and Art Deco.

£650.00

Marcel-Lenoir, (French 1872-1931), Academic Study, c.1920.

Charcoal on paper, signed (lower middle) and squared for scale, 46cm x 41cm, unframed. Hugely successful in his lifetime, Marcel-Lenoir's academic study is wondefully evocative of the 1920s and Art Deco.

£650.00

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

Konstanty Brandel, (Polish 1880-1970), The Lovers, c.1910.

Etching, signed (lower right), 10cm x 15cm (plate size), unframed. Brandel a Polish painter and graphic designer who emigrated to France in 1907, and remained working there for the remainder of his life.

£750.00

Charles Edmund Rowbotham, (British 1848-1922), Male Portrait Study.

Oil on canvas, 20cm x 21cm, framed. This highly accomplished study, is possibly of an Italian, as the artist travelled extensively throughout Italy.

SOLD

William Bruce Ellis Ranken, (British 1881-1941), Portrait of a Young Soldier, 1914.

Oil on card, initialled and dated (top right), 62cm x 50cm, framed. Ranken's work is many UK public collections. His most famous painting is probably, 'The Garden Door'.

SOLD

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