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Still life with fruit and flowers

Albert Williams 1922 - 2010


St Ives - SOLD

Linda Weir (1951 - present)


Sheep on the banks of Thames at Richmond - SOLD

Auguste Ballin


Oil painting “The kitchen dresser”

Born in London in 1902, John Strevens attended classes at the Regent Street Polytechnic and later at Heatherley’s.  He was however largely self-taught, copying Victorian paintings at the Guildhall then earning his living in illustration studios in the newspaper publishing centre around Fleet Street, until the outbreak of the Second World War. 


Oil painting “Ella at the Meron Castilla” - dated 1959

Provenance: From the family by descent


Oil painting “ Spring beauty“- dated 1967

Provenance: With E. Stacy-Marks Ltd


Oil Painting ‘The fairground’ - SOLD

Ronald Ossory Dunlop 1894 -1973


Miranda - Majorie Mostyn

Marjorie Mostyn (1893 - 1975) was the daughter of the artist Tom Mostyn, and married to the artist Leonard Fuller.


Lord Mayor's Parade - John Strevens

Born in London in 1902, John Strevens attended classes at the Regent Street Polytechnic and later at Heatherley’s.  He was however largely self-taught, copying Victorian paintings at the Guildhall then earning his living in illustration studios in the newspaper publishing centre around Fleet Street, until the outbreak of the Second World War. 


Landscape river scene - Tom Mostyn (1865 - 1930) - SOLD

Born in Liverpool in 1864 and raised in Manchester, Tom Mostyn, the son of the artist Edwin Mostyn, studied at the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts. He had his first local exhibition in 1880, and was showing at the Royal Academy (R.A.) by the age of 29.  He is mainly recognized for his romantic garden scenes, although his style was so eclectic throughout his career that it is hard to believe that the same artist created all of his paintings.


Lady with tulips

Tom Mostyn (1864 - 1930)


Hunting scene - Roy Nockolds

Born in London, Nockolds (1911 - 1979) was largely a self-taught artist. Described as one of the pioneers of motoring art, Nockolds began sketching and drawing motoring subjects in the mid 1920s, contributing illustrations to Autocar, Motor and Motor Sport magazines. Although best known as a motoring artist and illustrator, he was in fact a highly versatile painter, who worked on landscapes, portraits and, bizarrely, studies of dogs. During the Second World War Nockolds served in the Royal Air Force, becoming an official war artist commissioned to do work for the Ministry of Information.


Highland cattle at the loch side

Alfred Fontville de Breanski (1877 - 1957)


Flowers in a Doulton vase - SOLD

Albert Williams 1922 - 2010


Flowers in Faience vase – Marjorie Mostyn

Marjorie Mostyn (1893–1975) was the daughter of the artist Tom Mostyn, and married to the artist Leonard Fuller. After private education she attended the St John’s Wood School of Art” under Leonard Walker, and then at the Royal Academy Schools from 1912 – 1915, where her teachers included John Singer Sargent and George Clausen. She won silver and bronze medals and gained a “British Institution Scholarship” for painting in 1915. She would settle with her husband in St Ives, Cornwall, in 1938, where  he opened St Ives School of Painting, which he ran until his death in 1973, when she took over it.


Flower Girl

Gordon King (born 1939) studied life drawing and painting at Reading University. His paintings of girls in natural surroundings are his trademark and the popularity of his watercolours, prints and limited editions have brought him the high profile that he has today.


A pair of oil paintings “A good days shoot”

Gordon King (born 1939) studied life drawing and painting at Reading University. His paintings of girls in natural surroundings are his trademark and the popularity of his watercolours, prints and limited editions have brought him the high profile that he has today.


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