French School, Male Torso, 1909.
French School, Male Torso, 1909.

Oil on canvas, 46cm x 39cm, framed. The painting would have been created in one of the painting academies of Paris. The tanned face and pale body suggests that the model may have also been labourer.

£3750.00

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

Chalk and watercolour, 59cm x 53cm, framed. 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.

£2500.00

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. 

£2750.00

Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Jeune Homme nu Debout, 1985.
Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Jeune Homme nu Debout, 1985.

Oil on canvas, 130cm x 97cm, unframed. A realist artist of extraordinary talents, Bowen emigrated to Paris in the late 1960s, and remains working there in his studio in Montmartre.

£18,000.00

Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Jeune Homme nu Assis, 1981
Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Jeune Homme nu Assis, 1981

Coloured pencil on paper, 134cm x 104cm, framed. Bowen emigrated to Paris in the late 1960s, and remains working there in his studio in Montmartre. This drawing, is extraordinary in both its size and realist qualities.

£20,000.00

Michel Calvet, (French b.1956), Homme au Foulard Rouge, 20th Century.
Michel Calvet, (French b.1956), Homme au Foulard Rouge, 20th Century.

Screen print, collage and oil on canvas, signed (lower middle), 55cm x 38cm framed. Calvet continues to paint in France, exhibiting internationally, as well as in Paris. He attended l’école des Beaux-Arts in the 1970s.

£2750.00

Circle of William Mulready R.A., (British 1786-1863), Male Figure Study.
Circle of William Mulready R.A., (British 1786-1863), Male Figure Study.

Charcol on paper, 56cm x 37.5cm, unframed. Mulready was an Irish genre painter living in London. Although not directly attributed to Mulready, the work is extremely similar in style and composition to Mulready's work.

£2500.00 (reserved)

John Craxton, R.A., (British 1922-2009), Scillonian Head.
John Craxton, R.A., (British 1922-2009), Scillonian Head.

Ink on paper, 25.5cm x 20.5cm, (46cm x 40cm framed). Although most known for his relationship with Greece, particualry Crete, postwar Craxton was widely travelled, and spent time in the Scilly Isles.

£7500.00

John Craxton, R.A., (British 1922-2009), Portrait of Bernard Minoret, 1952.
John Craxton, R.A., (British 1922-2009), Portrait of Bernard Minoret, 1952.

Pencil and coloured crayon, signed and inscribed 'for Bernard, avec toutes les amitiés de la saison/John Craxton. Paris 1952.' (lower centre), 45cm x 31cm framed. Edmund White commented about artist and sitter, "both favorites of mine—bold, bigger than life in a period when most gay men wanted to be invisible."

£8500.00

Circle of Edmé Bouchardon, (French 1698-1762), Male Figure Study, 18th Century.
Circle of Edmé Bouchardon, (French 1698-1762), Male Figure Study, 18th Century.

Pen and brown ink, 21.5cm x 19.5cm, framed. Bouchardon was a sculptor, painter and draftsmen, whose work is contained within the Louvre collection.

£2500.00

Claude Firmin, (French 1864-1944), Male Academic Study.
Claude Firmin, (French 1864-1944), Male Academic Study.

Oil on canvas, signed (lower right), 80cm x 44cm framed. As well as painting many frescoes in the town hall of his home town Avignon, Firmin exhibited at the Salon of French Artists from 1889 to 1922.

£3000.00

Valeriya Lakrisenko, (Russian b.1992), Portrait of a Young Man, 2012.
Valeriya Lakrisenko, (Russian b.1992), Portrait of a Young Man, 2012.

Red chalk and watercolour on paper, 44cm x 44cm, (68cm x 67cm framed). Lakrisenko is a graduate of the St Petersberg Academy. Although her work is contemporary, it is steeped in the tradition of early 20th century Russian art.

£750.00

Sascha Schneider, (German 1870-1927), The Invention of the Plough, 1890.
Sascha Schneider, (German 1870-1927), The Invention of the Plough, 1890.

Pencil on paper, signed and inscribed "A Schneider il 9. luglio 1890 l ´invenzione dell´arato tema proposito del professore Schilling' (lower left), 48cm x 63cm, unframed. Schneider was a painter and sculptor who, as a result of his homosexuality had to flee Germany for Italy in the early 20th century. 

£1250.00

Duncan Grant, (British 1885-1978), Male Nude (Paul Roche), 1947.
Duncan Grant, (British 1885-1978), Male Nude (Paul Roche), 1947.

Gouache and watercolour on paper, signed and dated 'D.G. April '47' (lower right), 37cm x 26cm, (56cm x 44cm framed). Grant was a key member of the Bloomsbury Group, who painted his lover, Paul Roche, on many occasions throughout his lifetime.

£8000.00

Francis Edward Coulthurst, (British 1874-1945), Male Nude, 1900.
Francis Edward Coulthurst, (British 1874-1945), Male Nude, 1900.

Pencil, signed and dated 2 February 1900 (lower right), 77cm x 56cm (86cm x 66cm framed). Coulthurst studied at the Royal Academy School between 1897 & 1902. This study is inscribed 'one of set winning silver medal R.A.S. 1900' (lower left).

£6000.00

Keith Vaughan, (British 1912-1977), Sketch of Jonny Walsh, c.1956.
Keith Vaughan, (British 1912-1977), Sketch of Jonny Walsh, c.1956.

Pencil, 10cm x 15cm, unframed. Vaughan's primary focus throughout his career was the male form. Jonny Walsh was a petty criminal, with whom Vaughan had a sexual relationship; and who at one stage tried to blackmail Vaughan. Vaughan's work is held in many public collections including the Tate Gallery.

£1600.00

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.

£950.00

Luis Caballero, (Colombian 1943-1995), A Couple, 1989.
Luis Caballero, (Colombian 1943-1995), A Couple, 1989.

Lithograph, signed, dated and numbered 'E.A. 2/6' (lower right), 33cm x 50cm, unframed. Caballero is known for depicting male figures, his works often including both erotic and violent imagery.

£550.00

Luis Caballero, (Colombian 1943-1995), Ecstasy.
Luis Caballero, (Colombian 1943-1995), Ecstasy.

Charcoal on paper, signed (lower right), 38cm x 28cm, unframed.  Caballero's paintings are exclusively devoted to the human body. 'In my paintings,' he wrote 'one is dos not know whether the figures are dying or having an orgasm'.

£3000.00

René Bollinger, (French 1911-1971), Adonis, 1957.
René Bollinger, (French 1911-1971), Adonis, 1957.

Pen and ink on paper, signed and dated (lower middle), 30cm x 23cm, unframed. Bollinger is mainly known for his homoerotic art popular throughout Europe, but especially in France.

£475.00

Patrick Raynaud, (French b.1946), Projet de Monument à la Gloire de nos Héros, 1973.
Patrick Raynaud, (French b.1946), Projet de Monument à la Gloire de nos Héros, 1973.

Screen print, signed (lower right) and marked 'E.A' (lower left), 85cm x 60cm, framed. A man of many talents, Raynaud is a sculptor, installation artist, draughtsman, illustrator, photographer, and film maker. 

£800.00

French School, Male Academic Study, 1832.
French School, Male Academic Study, 1832.

Charcoal on paper, initialled 'H.C.' and dated 1832 (lower right), 61cm x 47cm, framed. Drawings and paintings of the nude, called "académies", were the basic building blocks of academic art in France and Italy from 16th to 20th century.

£800.00

Hippolyte-Alexandre Michallon (1849-1930) aka Mark Beard (American b.1956), Quincy Barker et ses Trophées.
Hippolyte-Alexandre Michallon (1849-1930) aka Mark Beard (American b.1956), Quincy Barker et ses Trophées.

Watercolour, signed, dated and titled, 40cm x 30cm, framed. To enable himself to paint in different styles and mediums, Beard has developed a number of distinct artistic personalities, each with a detailed biography. Here he is a French 'Beaux-art' artist.

£2750.00

French School, Male Nude Study, 1933.
French School, Male Nude Study, 1933.

Charcoal on paper, dated and signed (indistinct) (lower middle), 60cm x 44cm, unframed. Although much later than most "académies", the study is very much in the style of earlier academic studies.

£750.00

Georgio de Chirico, (Italian 1888-1978), Bagni Misteriosi, 1973.
Georgio de Chirico, (Italian 1888-1978), Bagni Misteriosi, 1973.

Lithograph with chine collé, signed (lower right) and numbered in pencil 25/99, 70cm x 50cm unframed. The Mysterious Baths was initially created for the fountain in the garden of the Palazzo dell'Arte, Milan and now exhibited at the Museo del Novecento in the same city.

£1750.00

(Attributed to) Charles (Carl) Crodel, (German 1894-1973), Study of an Archer.
(Attributed to) Charles (Carl) Crodel, (German 1894-1973), Study of an Archer.

Charcoal on paper, 54cm x 35cm framed. Crodel was painter, who also taught throughout his life, both in Europe and America. He was expelled from the German state art organisation in the 1930s, for creating 'degenerate' art. 

£350.00

Edgar Holloway, (British 1914-2008), The Airman II, 1993.
Edgar Holloway, (British 1914-2008), The Airman II, 1993.

Etching on paper, signed in pencil (lower right), and titled and numbered 9/50, 41cm x 34cm, framed. Holloway was a significant figure in the etching revival of the 1930's, who was influenced by Rembrandt’s use of light and dark and by contemporary etchers including Augustus John and Ernest Lumsden.

£800.00

Edgar Holloway, (British 1914-2008), Self Portrait no.25, Goodbye to all that, 1994.
Edgar Holloway, (British 1914-2008), Self Portrait no.25, Goodbye to all that, 1994.

Etching on paper, signed on the plate and in pencil (lower right) and numbered 3/50, 41cm x 34cm, framed. Holloway was a significant figure in the etching revival of the 1930's, best known for his self-portraits created throughout his life from an early age.

£400.00

(Circle of) Franz Winterhalter, (German 1805-1973), Portrait of a Man, 19th Century.
(Circle of) Franz Winterhalter, (German 1805-1973), Portrait of a Man, 19th Century.

Oil on canvas, 26cm x 20.5cmm, framed. Winterhalter was a German painter, mainly known for his portraits of royalty in the mid-nineteenth century.

£1750.00

 

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

Silver print, signed, titled, and numbered 1/25, 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. 

£1400.00

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Man with Trousers, c.1980.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Man with Trousers, c.1980.

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. 

£1200.00

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Feathers, c.1980.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Feathers, c.1980.

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. 

£1200.00

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Mountain Fantasy.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Mountain Fantasy.

Silver print, signed, titled and numbered 1/25, 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. 

£1400.00

Bruce Weber, (American b.1946), The Archer, 1984.
Bruce Weber, (American b.1946), The Archer, 1984.

Silver print, studio stamp (verso), 19cm x 12.5cm, unframed. Weber is an American fashion photographer and occasional filmmaker. He is most widely known for his ad campaigns for Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Abercrombie & Fitch, and Gianni Versace. 

£600.00 (reserved)

Herman Puig, (Cuban b.1928), Untitled, 1980.
Herman Puig, (Cuban b.1928), Untitled, 1980.

Silver print, signed, dated and marked 'Paris' (lower right), 60cm x 43cm, unframed. Puig is a pioneer of male nude photography. Born in Havana, where he began his early work, his ascendancy started in Catalonia, rising to fame in France.

£900.00

Rick Wezenaar, (Dutch), Body 1 (Richard), 1994.
Rick Wezenaar, (Dutch), Body 1 (Richard), 1994.

Silver print, signed with certificate of authenticity, 26.5cm x 26.5cm, framed. Wezenaar continues to work in his native Netherlands.

£175.00

Pierre et Giles, (French b.1950 & b.1953), Renaissance.
Pierre et Giles, (French b.1950 & b.1953), Renaissance.

Lithograph, signed (lower right), from an edition of 500, 42cm x 30cm unframed. Hugely popular in France,  Pierre and Gilles have built up an extraordinary contemporary iconography on the frontier between art history and popular culture.

SOLD

Patrick Raynaud, (French b.1946), Maquette du Pendule, c.1973.
Patrick Raynaud, (French b.1946), Maquette du Pendule, c.1973.

Screen print, signed (lower right) and marked 'E.A.' (lower left), 81cm x 74cm, framed. A man of many talents, Raynaud is a sculptor, installation artist, draughtsman, illustrator, photographer, and film maker. 

SOLD

French School, Male Torso, 1909.
Brian Stonehouse, M.B.E., (British 1918-1998), Male Portrait, c.1970.
Valeria Lakrisenko, (Russian b.1992), Portrait of Sam, 2015.
Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Jeune Homme nu Debout, 1985.
Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Jeune Homme nu Assis, 1981
Michel Calvet, (French b.1956), Homme au Foulard Rouge, 20th Century.
Circle of William Mulready R.A., (British 1786-1863), Male Figure Study.
John Craxton, R.A., (British 1922-2009), Scillonian Head.
John Craxton, R.A., (British 1922-2009), Portrait of Bernard Minoret, 1952.
Circle of Edmé Bouchardon, (French 1698-1762), Male Figure Study, 18th Century.
Claude Firmin, (French 1864-1944), Male Academic Study.
Valeriya Lakrisenko, (Russian b.1992), Portrait of a Young Man, 2012.
Sascha Schneider, (German 1870-1927), The Invention of the Plough, 1890.
Duncan Grant, (British 1885-1978), Male Nude (Paul Roche), 1947.
Francis Edward Coulthurst, (British 1874-1945), Male Nude, 1900.
Keith Vaughan, (British 1912-1977), Sketch of Jonny Walsh, c.1956.
Jean-Louis Gaillemin, (French b.1944), Hommage à Moholy Nagy, 2013.
Luis Caballero, (Colombian 1943-1995), A Couple, 1989.
Luis Caballero, (Colombian 1943-1995), Ecstasy.
René Bollinger, (French 1911-1971), Adonis, 1957.
Patrick Raynaud, (French b.1946), Projet de Monument à la Gloire de nos Héros, 1973.
French School, Male Academic Study, 1832.
Hippolyte-Alexandre Michallon (1849-1930) aka Mark Beard (American b.1956), Quincy Barker et ses Trophées.
French School, Male Nude Study, 1933.
Georgio de Chirico, (Italian 1888-1978), Bagni Misteriosi, 1973.
(Attributed to) Charles (Carl) Crodel, (German 1894-1973), Study of an Archer.
Edgar Holloway, (British 1914-2008), The Airman II, 1993.
Edgar Holloway, (British 1914-2008), Self Portrait no.25, Goodbye to all that, 1994.
(Circle of) Franz Winterhalter, (German 1805-1973), Portrait of a Man, 19th Century.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), The Book Dealer.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Man with Trousers, c.1980.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Feathers, c.1980.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Mountain Fantasy.
Bruce Weber, (American b.1946), The Archer, 1984.
Herman Puig, (Cuban b.1928), Untitled, 1980.
Rick Wezenaar, (Dutch), Body 1 (Richard), 1994.
Pierre et Giles, (French b.1950 & b.1953), Renaissance.
Patrick Raynaud, (French b.1946), Maquette du Pendule, c.1973.
French School, Male Torso, 1909.

Oil on canvas, 46cm x 39cm, framed. The painting would have been created in one of the painting academies of Paris. The tanned face and pale body suggests that the model may have also been labourer.

£3750.00

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

Chalk and watercolour, 59cm x 53cm, framed. 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.

£2500.00

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. 

£2750.00

Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Jeune Homme nu Debout, 1985.

Oil on canvas, 130cm x 97cm, unframed. A realist artist of extraordinary talents, Bowen emigrated to Paris in the late 1960s, and remains working there in his studio in Montmartre.

£18,000.00

Ronald Bowen, (American b.1944), Jeune Homme nu Assis, 1981

Coloured pencil on paper, 134cm x 104cm, framed. Bowen emigrated to Paris in the late 1960s, and remains working there in his studio in Montmartre. This drawing, is extraordinary in both its size and realist qualities.

£20,000.00

Michel Calvet, (French b.1956), Homme au Foulard Rouge, 20th Century.

Screen print, collage and oil on canvas, signed (lower middle), 55cm x 38cm framed. Calvet continues to paint in France, exhibiting internationally, as well as in Paris. He attended l’école des Beaux-Arts in the 1970s.

£2750.00

Circle of William Mulready R.A., (British 1786-1863), Male Figure Study.

Charcol on paper, 56cm x 37.5cm, unframed. Mulready was an Irish genre painter living in London. Although not directly attributed to Mulready, the work is extremely similar in style and composition to Mulready's work.

£2500.00 (reserved)

John Craxton, R.A., (British 1922-2009), Scillonian Head.

Ink on paper, 25.5cm x 20.5cm, (46cm x 40cm framed). Although most known for his relationship with Greece, particualry Crete, postwar Craxton was widely travelled, and spent time in the Scilly Isles.

£7500.00

John Craxton, R.A., (British 1922-2009), Portrait of Bernard Minoret, 1952.

Pencil and coloured crayon, signed and inscribed 'for Bernard, avec toutes les amitiés de la saison/John Craxton. Paris 1952.' (lower centre), 45cm x 31cm framed. Edmund White commented about artist and sitter, "both favorites of mine—bold, bigger than life in a period when most gay men wanted to be invisible."

£8500.00

Circle of Edmé Bouchardon, (French 1698-1762), Male Figure Study, 18th Century.

Pen and brown ink, 21.5cm x 19.5cm, framed. Bouchardon was a sculptor, painter and draftsmen, whose work is contained within the Louvre collection.

£2500.00

Claude Firmin, (French 1864-1944), Male Academic Study.

Oil on canvas, signed (lower right), 80cm x 44cm framed. As well as painting many frescoes in the town hall of his home town Avignon, Firmin exhibited at the Salon of French Artists from 1889 to 1922.

£3000.00

Valeriya Lakrisenko, (Russian b.1992), Portrait of a Young Man, 2012.

Red chalk and watercolour on paper, 44cm x 44cm, (68cm x 67cm framed). Lakrisenko is a graduate of the St Petersberg Academy. Although her work is contemporary, it is steeped in the tradition of early 20th century Russian art.

£750.00

Sascha Schneider, (German 1870-1927), The Invention of the Plough, 1890.

Pencil on paper, signed and inscribed "A Schneider il 9. luglio 1890 l ´invenzione dell´arato tema proposito del professore Schilling' (lower left), 48cm x 63cm, unframed. Schneider was a painter and sculptor who, as a result of his homosexuality had to flee Germany for Italy in the early 20th century. 

£1250.00

Duncan Grant, (British 1885-1978), Male Nude (Paul Roche), 1947.

Gouache and watercolour on paper, signed and dated 'D.G. April '47' (lower right), 37cm x 26cm, (56cm x 44cm framed). Grant was a key member of the Bloomsbury Group, who painted his lover, Paul Roche, on many occasions throughout his lifetime.

£8000.00

Francis Edward Coulthurst, (British 1874-1945), Male Nude, 1900.

Pencil, signed and dated 2 February 1900 (lower right), 77cm x 56cm (86cm x 66cm framed). Coulthurst studied at the Royal Academy School between 1897 & 1902. This study is inscribed 'one of set winning silver medal R.A.S. 1900' (lower left).

£6000.00

Keith Vaughan, (British 1912-1977), Sketch of Jonny Walsh, c.1956.

Pencil, 10cm x 15cm, unframed. Vaughan's primary focus throughout his career was the male form. Jonny Walsh was a petty criminal, with whom Vaughan had a sexual relationship; and who at one stage tried to blackmail Vaughan. Vaughan's work is held in many public collections including the Tate Gallery.

£1600.00

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.

£950.00

Luis Caballero, (Colombian 1943-1995), A Couple, 1989.

Lithograph, signed, dated and numbered 'E.A. 2/6' (lower right), 33cm x 50cm, unframed. Caballero is known for depicting male figures, his works often including both erotic and violent imagery.

£550.00

Luis Caballero, (Colombian 1943-1995), Ecstasy.

Charcoal on paper, signed (lower right), 38cm x 28cm, unframed.  Caballero's paintings are exclusively devoted to the human body. 'In my paintings,' he wrote 'one is dos not know whether the figures are dying or having an orgasm'.

£3000.00

René Bollinger, (French 1911-1971), Adonis, 1957.

Pen and ink on paper, signed and dated (lower middle), 30cm x 23cm, unframed. Bollinger is mainly known for his homoerotic art popular throughout Europe, but especially in France.

£475.00

Patrick Raynaud, (French b.1946), Projet de Monument à la Gloire de nos Héros, 1973.

Screen print, signed (lower right) and marked 'E.A' (lower left), 85cm x 60cm, framed. A man of many talents, Raynaud is a sculptor, installation artist, draughtsman, illustrator, photographer, and film maker. 

£800.00

French School, Male Academic Study, 1832.

Charcoal on paper, initialled 'H.C.' and dated 1832 (lower right), 61cm x 47cm, framed. Drawings and paintings of the nude, called "académies", were the basic building blocks of academic art in France and Italy from 16th to 20th century.

£800.00

Hippolyte-Alexandre Michallon (1849-1930) aka Mark Beard (American b.1956), Quincy Barker et ses Trophées.

Watercolour, signed, dated and titled, 40cm x 30cm, framed. To enable himself to paint in different styles and mediums, Beard has developed a number of distinct artistic personalities, each with a detailed biography. Here he is a French 'Beaux-art' artist.

£2750.00

French School, Male Nude Study, 1933.

Charcoal on paper, dated and signed (indistinct) (lower middle), 60cm x 44cm, unframed. Although much later than most "académies", the study is very much in the style of earlier academic studies.

£750.00

Georgio de Chirico, (Italian 1888-1978), Bagni Misteriosi, 1973.

Lithograph with chine collé, signed (lower right) and numbered in pencil 25/99, 70cm x 50cm unframed. The Mysterious Baths was initially created for the fountain in the garden of the Palazzo dell'Arte, Milan and now exhibited at the Museo del Novecento in the same city.

£1750.00

(Attributed to) Charles (Carl) Crodel, (German 1894-1973), Study of an Archer.

Charcoal on paper, 54cm x 35cm framed. Crodel was painter, who also taught throughout his life, both in Europe and America. He was expelled from the German state art organisation in the 1930s, for creating 'degenerate' art. 

£350.00

Edgar Holloway, (British 1914-2008), The Airman II, 1993.

Etching on paper, signed in pencil (lower right), and titled and numbered 9/50, 41cm x 34cm, framed. Holloway was a significant figure in the etching revival of the 1930's, who was influenced by Rembrandt’s use of light and dark and by contemporary etchers including Augustus John and Ernest Lumsden.

£800.00

Edgar Holloway, (British 1914-2008), Self Portrait no.25, Goodbye to all that, 1994.

Etching on paper, signed on the plate and in pencil (lower right) and numbered 3/50, 41cm x 34cm, framed. Holloway was a significant figure in the etching revival of the 1930's, best known for his self-portraits created throughout his life from an early age.

£400.00

(Circle of) Franz Winterhalter, (German 1805-1973), Portrait of a Man, 19th Century.

Oil on canvas, 26cm x 20.5cmm, framed. Winterhalter was a German painter, mainly known for his portraits of royalty in the mid-nineteenth century.

£1750.00

 

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

Silver print, signed, titled, and numbered 1/25, 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. 

£1400.00

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Man with Trousers, c.1980.

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. 

£1200.00

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Feathers, c.1980.

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. 

£1200.00

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Mountain Fantasy.

Silver print, signed, titled and numbered 1/25, 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. 

£1400.00

Bruce Weber, (American b.1946), The Archer, 1984.

Silver print, studio stamp (verso), 19cm x 12.5cm, unframed. Weber is an American fashion photographer and occasional filmmaker. He is most widely known for his ad campaigns for Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Abercrombie & Fitch, and Gianni Versace. 

£600.00 (reserved)

Herman Puig, (Cuban b.1928), Untitled, 1980.

Silver print, signed, dated and marked 'Paris' (lower right), 60cm x 43cm, unframed. Puig is a pioneer of male nude photography. Born in Havana, where he began his early work, his ascendancy started in Catalonia, rising to fame in France.

£900.00

Rick Wezenaar, (Dutch), Body 1 (Richard), 1994.

Silver print, signed with certificate of authenticity, 26.5cm x 26.5cm, framed. Wezenaar continues to work in his native Netherlands.

£175.00

Pierre et Giles, (French b.1950 & b.1953), Renaissance.

Lithograph, signed (lower right), from an edition of 500, 42cm x 30cm unframed. Hugely popular in France,  Pierre and Gilles have built up an extraordinary contemporary iconography on the frontier between art history and popular culture.

SOLD

Patrick Raynaud, (French b.1946), Maquette du Pendule, c.1973.

Screen print, signed (lower right) and marked 'E.A.' (lower left), 81cm x 74cm, framed. A man of many talents, Raynaud is a sculptor, installation artist, draughtsman, illustrator, photographer, and film maker. 

SOLD

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