Alan Davie, Monument to a Celtic Spirit

Alan Davie (1920-2014)
Monument to a Celtic Spirit
signed, dated 2001 and inscribed G2402
ink, watercolour and gouache
51 by 76 cm.; 20 by 30 in.
Gimpel Fils, London
James Hyman Gallery, London

Josef Herman, Landscape near Hundon

Josef Herman, RA (1911-2000)
Landscape near Hundon 
signed, titled and inscribed on the reverse
oil on canvas
Executed circa 1956-7
46 by 61 cm.; 18 by 24 in.
Literature:   Robert Heller, Josef Herman: The Work is the Life, Momentum, London, 1998, illustrated p.54.
Provenance: Robert Heller (the author of Herman’s biography) 

Ken Howard, Snow in the City of London

Ken Howard, RA (b.1932)
Snow in the City of London
oil on canvas 60 cm.; 19 ½ by 23 ½ in.

William Gear

William Gear, RA (1915-1997)
signed and dated Oct ‘47
mixed media
32.5 by 48 cm.; 13 by 19 in.

No. 1 Barbara

'No. 1 Barbara'
by Sir. William Russell Flint, RA, PRWS
British 1880 - 1969
Ref: 15308
Paper size: 19 x 14 inches
Signed lower right

Lucette Fougere

Title-Vineyards Artist-Lucette de la Fougers RBA ROI Life-1921 - 2010 Nationality-French Dimensions-50 x 40 cm Medium-Oil on Board Provenance-Mall Galleries, London Price £1,250


In the Highlands by Alfred de Breanski

Oil on Canvas 
Size (inches): 24 (h) x 36 (w) inches
Size (cm): 61 (h) x 91.4 (w) cm

Alfred de Breanski Snr. was an accomplished landscape painter famous for his views of Scottish Highlands, Wales and occasional views of the Thames. His works were exhibited widely and in particular at the Royal Academy between 1872 and 1918. His works are represented in many galleries throughout the British Isles.

Shaman by Ignacio Trelis

Oil on Panel 
Size (inches): 36 (h) x 22 (w) inches
Size (cm): 91.4 (h) x 55.9 (w) cm

No7 Red Biplane by Claude Venard

Oil on Canvas 
Size (inches): 51 (h) x 63 (w) inches
Size (cm): 129.5 (h) x 160 (w) cm

Majestic Waves by Marc Esteve

Oil on Canvas
Size (inches): 38 (h) x 51 (w) inches
Size (cm): 96.5 (h) x 129.5 (w) cm

Born in Alicante in 1971, Marc entered the Faculty of Fine Arts in Valencia following his education. His works are characterised with a detailed view, a reality so well achieved that goes beyond what the human eye can see, the fruits of laborious work.