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Victoria Achache


A painter and printmaker whose work focuses on vibrant colour and abstract spaces from which elusive figures often emerge. The prints, using the techniques of drypoint and carborundum, are hand coloured and have a spontaneous feel. She has exhibited widely in Britain and abroad. Born, 1952.

Figure Lying 2013
Drypoint and carborundum print, 58 x 75 cms
Guide £750

Charles Avery


Born Oban, 1973. Lives and works in London and Mull. Since 2005 Avery has dedicated his practice to the description of a fictional island, which he continually elaborates, describing its population, customs and philosophies, nature and architecture, expressed in the form of large-scale drawings, sculptures, installations and texts. Known only as ‘The Island’, Avery’s wave-lapped realm is not only a vividly realised fiction, teeming with sights both strange and strangely familiar, it also operates as a petri dish in which the artist tests ideas from the fields of epistemology, aesthetics, mathematics, economics, anthropology, architecture, and beyond.

Untitled (Two Guys Poolside) 2016
Pencil, acrylic, watercolour and ink on paper mounted on linen, 41.4 x 29.7 cms
Guide £3000 – £6000

Nick Bodimeade


Born, 1957. Trained at Wolverhampton Poly in the late 1970s. Represented by the Zimmer Stewart Gallery. Collections include – Contemporary Art Society, Government Art Collection, Landmark Trust. Lives and works on an island in the flood plain of the River Ouse near Lewes. His paintings with their strong sense of movement and physical activity reflect his lifelong engagement with the landscape as artist, farm worker, smallholder, hill walker and mountain biker.

On the Lizzard
Oil on Canvas, 66 x 76 cms
Framed with a very dark green tray frame Guide £500

Chapman Brothers


A duo of British artists whose shocking, collaborative projects incorporate plastic or fiberglass models to depict gruesome scenes of Nazi soldiers, McDonald’s characters, skeletons, dinosaurs, and other oddities. Their works are reminiscent
of both Hieronymous Bosch’s ghoulish scenes of hell and Francisco Goya’s dark parodies of the Spanish government.
Born Iakovos (Jake) Chapman in 1966 in Cheltenham, and Konstantinos (Dinos) Chapman in 1962 in London,
the Chapman brothers went on to study art, Dinos at Ravensbourne College of Art and Jake at North East London Polytechnic; they both attended the Royal College of Art for their master’s degree.

Smile and the world smiles with you 2018
100 x 100 cms (unframed) Edition of 50 plus 10 AP (JD 042471)
Guide £1,800

Geoffrey Dashwood


Born, 1947 in Hampshire. A a contemporary British sculptor known for his carved and cast bronze birds. Characterized by smooth surfaces and sloping, continuous curves, his sculptures stylize and simplify his subject matter while displaying empathy for the natural world. ‘Birds have been a personal passion since childhood,’ Dashwood has explained, ‘and I am constantly and inexplicably drawn back to them for inspiration.’

Life size bronze Limited edition of 12 Guide £3,000 - £6000

Tom Hammick

Born, 1963, a British painter and printmaker, based in East Sussex and London. A recent recipient of the international Josef Albers Foundation Residency, and currently Associate Artist at Glyndebourne.

In 2016 he was winner of the V&A Prize at the International Print Biennale, Newcastle, and the woodcut Violetta and Alfredo’s Escape, was acquired by the V&A for their collection in 2017. Hammick has work in many major public and corporate collections including the British Museum (Collection of Prints and Drawings); Bibliotheque Nationale de France (Collection of Prints and Drawings); Deutsche Bank; The Library of Congress, Washington DC; The New York Public Library; Towner Gallery and Museum, Eastbourne; V&A; Yale Centre for British Art; and MIA in Minneapolis.

In a certain Sea 2018
E.V 15/15. Edition variable reduction woodcut 120 x 91 cms, edition of 15
Guide £4,500

The Invisible Visible 2018
E.V. 13/15. Reduction woodcut and hand painting 60 x 44 cms, edition of 15
Guide £1,400

Ryan Gander

Born, 1976. Lives and works in Suffolk and London. He has established an international reputation through artworks that materialise in many different forms from sculpture to film, writing, graphic design, installation, performance and more besides.

Through associative thought processes that connect the everyday and the esoteric, the overlooked and the commonplace, Gander’s work involves a questioning of language and knowledge, a reinvention of the modes of appearance and creation of an artwork. His work can be reminiscent of a puzzle, a network with multiple connections, the fragments of an embedded story, a huge set of hidden clues to be deciphered, encouraging viewers to make their own connections and invent their own narrative in order to solve the charade with its many solutions, staged by the artist.

Thank you very much 2016
A poster typeset in Stone Regular, a font devised by the artist and produced by Adrien Vasquez of John Morgan Studio, based on a collection of stones found on Aldeburgh beach by the artist’s daughters.
32 x 44.2 x 2 cms
Guide £350 - £500

Catherine Goodman

Artist, educator and the Founding Artistic Director of the Royal Drawing School, which she co-established with HRH The Prince of Wales in 2000. Born in 1961, Goodman trained at Camberwell School of Arts & Crafts and at the Royal Academy Schools. She is represented by Marlborough Fine Art. Her numerous solo exhibitions include Portraits from Life at the National Portrait Gallery in 2014, Eve at Hauser & Wirth Somerset, following five months as Artist in Residence at the gallery, in 2018, and Marlborough Gallery New York in 2019.

Her paintings are held in private and public collections including the National Portrait Gallery, the Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge and the Royal Collection Trust. In 1987 she won the Royal Academy Gold Medal, and First Prize in the BP Portrait Award in 2002. She was appointed a Trustee of The National Gallery in 2019.

Pastel on paper, 56 x 75.5 cms Guide £4,500

George Young

Born in 1981 and grew up in Dorset. Now lives and works in London. He studied painting at Falmouth College of Art and at the Royal College of Art, graduating in 2008.
He has since exhibited throughout Europe and the U.S. His work is in several major collections including the Zabludowicz and John Jones Collections in London.

Morning Mother and Child 2019
Wood cut on Saunders Waterford, 61 x 47 cms. e.v. (edition variable) 2/8
Guide £650

Amy Shuckburgh

Born in 1977, creates distinctive landscapes, still life, portraits and figurative work. She uses pencil, pastel, oil and collage, working intuitively as well as from life. Trained at L’Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris, the St Ives School in Cornwall, The Royal Drawing School and the Slade School of Fine Art, in London. She has a Degree in English Literature from Leeds University and a Masters Degree in Curating from Goldsmiths College, London. Won the 2019 Heatherley’s Award for Drawing.
An exhibition of her motherhood paintings last year celebrated the stresses and pleasures of mothering. Jacqueline Rose, author of Mothers: An Essay on Love and Cruelty, writes: ‘Amy Shuckburgh’s delicate yet bold and vivid images of motherhood manage to evoke a portrait for our time that avoids the twin pitfalls of idealisation and punishment.’
Amy divides her time between London and Cornwall, where she has family roots, and a recent solo show in London of her Cornish work focused on her emotional response to the coastal landscape, and her interest in the layered narratives that places conceal.

Liquid Core 2018
Oil on paper, 70 x 50 cms Guide £650

Holly Scholfield

Trained at Central St. Martins and worked for many years in a contemporary London art gallery. She recently completed an MA at NUA, specialising in print. She regularly exhibits her work, and illustrates for various publications.

Scholfield’s figurative painting, printmaking, and narratives about women, are rooted simultaneously in the past and the present within ancient objects. There is a quiet mention of feminism alongside pattern and textiles that intimately weave stories with costume, embellishment and natural history.

I can Metamorphose at Will, 2019
Linocut on paper, 60 x 40 cms Guide £375

Tim Nicholson

Born outside Southampton in 1939, Tim Nicholson and his family moved to Alderholt Mill House, near Fordingbridge, in 1941, where his mother EQ Nicholson painted with her then lodger John Craxton and friend Lucien Freud. Tim attended Bryanston School and went on to study architecture at the Architecture Association and Thames Polytechnic, but after fracturing his skull in a cycling accident in 1980, he returned in earnest to his earlier passion for painting. Exhibitions followed at Queen’s Elm, Michael Parkin Gallery and Charlotte Lampard Gallery. He also designed rugs, which were made up using the hooked wool technique by his mother and his fellow artist and old school friend Rod Hill. Lives in a cottage near Cranborne with his wife, the sculptor Catherine Row. He has exhibited at Sladers Yard Gallery, West Bay, in 2007, 2010, 2011 and 2015.

Turnstone circa 1996
Acrylic on paper, 27 x 39 cms Guide £500

Maggi Hambling

Born in 1945, a singular contemporary force whose work continues to move, seduce and challenge. She has established a reputation over the last four decades as one of Britain’s most significant and controversial artists. Her work is represented in major collections internationally, and in the UK these include the British Museum, Tate, Victoria & Albert Museum, National Portrait Gallery and National Gallery.

Moon and Sea, 2019
Oil on board, 10 x 15 cms
Guide £2,000

Tom Hammick

Born, 1963, a British painter and printmaker, based in East Sussex and London. A recent recipient of the international Josef Albers Foundation Residency, and currently Associate Artist at Glyndebourne.

In 2016 he was winner of the V&A Prize at the International Print Biennale, Newcastle, and the woodcut Violetta and Alfredo’s Escape, was acquired by the V&A for their collection in 2017. Hammick has work in many major public and corporate collections including the British Museum (Collection of Prints and Drawings); Bibliotheque Nationale de France (Collection of Prints and Drawings); Deutsche Bank; The Library of Congress, Washington DC; The New York Public Library; Towner Gallery and Museum, Eastbourne; V&A; Yale Centre for British Art; and MIA in Minneapolis.

In a certain Sea 2018
E.V 15/15. Edition variable reduction woodcut 120 x 91 cms, edition of 15
Guide £4,500

The Invisible Visible 2018
E.V. 13/15. Reduction woodcut and hand painting 60 x 44 cms, edition of 15
Guide £1,400

Antony Gormley RA

Born in London in 1950, Antony Gormley is widely acclaimed for his sculptures, installations and public artworks that investigate the relationship of the human body to space.

Gormley won the Turner Prize in 1994 and has been a member of the Royal Academy since 2003. He was made an Officer of the British Empire in 1997 and knighted in 2014.

Prospect 2013
Original Lithograph (Stoneprint) on 300 gsm Velin d’Arches paper, 2013, no 37 from edition of 40, 67.5 x 100 cms Guide £3,000

Amanda Vesey

Born in 1939, trained at Salisbury School of Art and Chelsea College of Art. At Chelsea Vesey was taught by Shelia Fell, Julian Trevelyan and Jack Smith and given great encouragement by Prunella Clough. Her work was shown in the Young Comporaries Exhibition 1959. In addition to painting she has written and illustrated several award winning children’s books. Vesey’s work is sought after by private and corporate collectors.
Solo shows include: Yellow Sky, 2014, The Art Stable; Art First, 2001, 2006, 2009; East West, 1996, and mixed shows: Another World, Deutsche Bank, curated Tracey Emin; Towards Night, 2016, Towner Art Gallery; Small is Beautiful, 2010, Flowers; Summers Lease, 2009, Eagle Gallery; Starting a Collection, 2003, 2001, 1999, Art First.

Dog (red) 2019
Charcoal & pastel on Indian paper, 35 x 28 cms Guide £900

Stuart Pearson Wright

Born in 1975 and lives in a castle ruin in the middle of nowhere, somewhere in England. After painting Prince Philip naked in 2003 he has been on the run and in hiding from Scotland Yard. He is plagued by an existential void due to his conception in the mid-1970s by anonymous donor insemination. This compels him to spend far too much time by himself in a studio, wrestling with notions of identity, often on a canvas, but not always.

He once met former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown in J.K.Rowling’s kitchen whilst she was making him a salmon sandwich. The salmon was, perhaps surprisingly, from a can. Stuart has a wife, two children and five sheep.

Self portrait in profile 2004
Mezzotint, drypoint and linocut on paper 25 x 26 cms
Guide £200 - £500

Michael Rothenstein RA

Born in 1908, the son of Sir William Rothenstein; his brother John was Director of the Tate Gallery. He studied art at Chelsea Polytechnic and the Central School of Arts before settling in rural Essex. Rothenstein produced landscape watercolours and drawings throughout the 1920s. In the late 1940s he turned to print making, which remained his abiding obsession.
In the 1950s Rothenstein attended the avant-garde Atelier 17 print studio in Paris and his work was constantly evolving through the 1960s and beyond. He made numerous mixed media prints, often using abstract symbols, and his colour woodcuts and linocuts won international recognition. This, combined with his outstanding lithographs and screen prints, confirmed Rothenstein’s position at the very forefront of the 20th century British printmaking renaissance.

Abstract with tiger & parrots
(kindly donated by Henrietta Gough) Linocut, 54 x 36 cms
Edition no. 9/100
Guide £450

Polly Penrose

Born in 1976 and studied Graphic Design at Camberwell College of Arts in London. She went on to work in fashion styling and after that worked for the photographer Tim Walker. She has always taken photographs, but started to take the practice seriously when she entered and won a competition held by the London Photographic Association in 2008. She held her first solo show, A Body of Work, at the Downstairs at Mother Gallery, London, in May 2014, and her second, 10 Seconds, at The Hoxton Gallery in 2016. She has exhibited in several group shows: Dear Sylvia at The Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, in 2015; Self Reflection at The Untitled Space, New York in 2016; Spring Break Art Show in New York and Image at Messums Wiltshire in 2018, and Gossamer at the Carl Freedman Gallery, Margate, in 2019.

Social Media Nude
Self portrait in purple and blue, June 2019
Archival print on Harman gloss fibre paper Ed. 1 of 3 + 1AP, 50 x 70 cms
Guide £1,500

Paula Rego RA

Born in Lisbon, Portugal, in 1935 Dame Paula Rego, is a highly celebrated painter, illustrator and printmaker, whose visceral and unsettling works are notoriously challenging. Rego has lived in Britain since 1951, studying painting at the Slade School of Fine Art, London, her career as an artist spans half a century. Rego’s style has evolved from abstract towards representational, and she has favoured pastels over oils for much of her career. Her work often reflects aspects of feminism and is inspired by literature, folk-themes, myths and fairytales from her native Portugal and from Britain, as well as cartoons and religious texts.

Sloth 1935
Lithograph, edition of 35
Image: 41 x 29 cms; paper: 61.5 x 47 cms
Printed by Stanley Jones, Tom Martin and Anthea Fennell at
The Curwen Studio, London
Published by the Artist and Marlborough Graphics
Guide £2,000
Courtesy of The Artist and Marlborough, New York and London

Jemma Phipps

Born in 1977, Jemma studied in Florence, and is a portrait painter working from her studio in Wiltshire. She works mainly in oils on canvas and charcoal on paper.
Jemma has work in the private collections of HM the
Queen and other members of the Royal family and the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire at Chatsworth. She exhibited her portrait of HM the Queen for the Ascot Authority at the Royal Society of Portrait painters in 2006. She is still the youngest artist to have painted the Monarch.
Her exhibitions include The Royal Society of Portrait Painters 2012, 2007, 2006, 2001, and The Summerleaze Gallery, Wiltshire 2009, 2002.

Blue Whippet 2020
Oil on paper, 96 x 760 cms. Guide £1,500

Nicholas Hely Hutchinson

Born in 1955, and studied at St. Martins School of Art and Bristol Polytechnic (Fine Art). Since his first one-man exhibition in 1984 Nicholas has exhibited consistently in London, Dublin and Hong Kong, his most recent being at the Portland Gallery in 2019. His paintings are increasingly in demand and now feature in many private and corporate collections. He has been represented by the Portland Gallery since 1997. A range of cards and posters featuring his work have been published.

Nicholas has two grown-up children, and lives with his wife, and two lurchers in Dorset. He gets much of his inspiration from the surrounding countryside and the coast. He also travels to some of his favourite places to paint – particularly Venice, Paris, the West of Ireland and Cornwall.

By the Bridge at Bockhampton
Oil on canvas, 71 x 61 cms Guide £2,500 - £5,000

Susie Hamilton

Born in 1950, she lives and works in London and is represented by Paul Stolper Gallery. Recent solo exhibitions include ‘On Margate Sands: Paintings and Drawings based on TS Eliot’s ‘The Waste Land’, Paul Stolper (2018); in atoms, Paul Stolper (2016); Here Comes Everybody, St Paul’s Cathedral, London (2015); Black Sun, Studio Hugo Opdal, Flo, Norway (2009); World of Light, Triumph Gallery, Moscow (2008); Paintings and Prints, Galleri Trafo, Oslo (2007).

Berber 2014
Acrylic on canvas, 60 x 60 cms ‘from drawings made in Morocco, this painting is typical of my work as it represents a solitary figure toiling through the wilderness.’ Guide £1,200

Timothy Hyman RA

Born in 1946 and a painter, curator and writer. He trained as a painter at The Slade (1963-7) and was elected RA in 2011. He has had ten London solo exhibitions and was lead curator for the Tate’s Stanley Spencer retrospective. Thames and Hudson have published his monographs on Bonnard and Sienese Painting, as well as The World New Made: Figurative Painting in the Twentieth Century.

Responding to Norman Foster’s Staircase, LSE Library 2010
Pastel on paper, 23 x 15 cms Guide £200 - £700

Henry Krokatsis

Born in 1965, of Greek Cypriot and Jewish descent. He is a graduate of the Royal College of Art and based in England.
He works with a wide range of materials, from smoke, found wood, broken glass, and salvaged mirrors, creating objects that oscillate between the ‘destitute and the divine’.
He has had numerous solo exhibitions internationally including New York, Sao Paulo and Copenhagen. His work has been shown at The Guggenheim, Venice, and The City Gallery Prague among others.
In 2015 Krokatsis was invited by the Danish Museum, Ordrupgaard, to create a show using works from their collection of the iconic Danish painter Vilhelm Hammershøi and his own ‘mirror works’.

No Man’s Land
Oil based paint and silkscreen using reflective paint (finely ground glass in rubber solution), 102 x 70 cms Guide £3,000

Ursula Leach

‘Through colour and repeated editing I aim to express my feelings about the land either as a comment on current agricultural practices or paradoxically to celebrate the beauty I find.’
Born in 1947, trained at Winchester, Wimbledon and West Surrey Colleges of Art. She is represented by The Art Stable in Dorset, Oliver Contemporary and The Bankside Gallery in London.
Recent exhibitions include: (Solo) Oliver Contemporary, 2020; The Art Stable, 2017; (group shows) The London Art Fair 2020; The Arborealists, The Young Gallery, Salisbury; Bermondsey Project Space, London 2020; The Campden Gallery, Gloucestershire 2019.
Leach has works in the collections of The John Creasy Museum, Salisbury, the Victoria & Albert and Ashmolean Museums, The Royal Hospitals NHS Trust and Dorset County Hospital, among others.

Engulfed 2016
Oil on Canvas, 50 x 60 cms Guide £1,200

Stuart Semple

After a near death experience as a teenager Stuart Semple quit art school to become an artist. Although diverse in it’s presentation, his body of work orbits around a handful of recurring themes; anxiety, society, cultural history, technology, connection, community and freedom. Born in 1980.

Working across painting, sculpture, happenings and online, Semple’s works have been exhibited at numerous solo and group exhibitions, fairs and biennials and at institutions including The Barbican, ICA London, Goss Michael Foundation, Denver Art Museum and The Whitworth. He has created large-scale public projects for cities including Melbourne, Dublin, London, Moscow, Manchester and Denver.

If I Die Tonight 2013
Watercolour, acrylic, vegetable dye transfer, safmat film & vinyl on Saunders Waterford paper
In artist frame, 76 x 56 cms
Guide £3,500

Sarah Pickstone

Lives and works in London. Winner of the John Moores Painting Prize in 2014. A recipient of the Rome Scholarship, at the British School at Rome. Residencies in New York and Italy. She shows internationally, most recently in Shanghai, Seoul, New York, Italy and throughout the UK. She studied at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne and the Royal Academy Schools, London.
Pickstone makes large-scale paintings in watercolour with oil and draws extensively. She has a particular interest in the contribution made by women artists and writers to visual and literary history and their creative processes. Recent work includes An Allegory of Painting, a commissioned site-specific painting for the Royal Academy collection space and the entrance hall of Burlington House, celebrating the work of Angelica Kauffman.

William Shakespeare, 2019
Oil on panel, 40 x 30 cms Guide £500 - £2,200

Dexter Dalwood


Born in Bristol, 1960. A rare instance of an artist equipped to examine how history is constructed and interpreted through the making of paintings which are both intellectually challenging and visually seductive. The juxtaposition of quotations and references from an eclectic range of subjects is reflected in the transposition of the cut-and-paste of the collage technique to canvas.

Not only does Dalwood possess a profound cultural and historical knowledge, he also perceives the connections between art history, politics, music, literature and personal experience, which he intimates with a remarkable lightness of touch. His paintings reward close observation, for the event or situation depicted is always reflected in the styles of painting that were developed during the periods referred to in the work.

Kurt Cobain’s Greenhouse
Offset lithograph with collage Paper 43.7 x 59.0 cms
Image 32.0 x 38.5 cms Edition of 250
Guide £850