Prints and Drawings

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  • Beach Huts at Ste Adresse by ORIGINAL ART WORK DEMARCO, Richard
    ORIGINAL ART WORK DEMARCO, Richard
    Beach Huts at Ste Adresse

    Edinburgh 1963

    Pen and Ink Drawing. In black frame, mounted behind glass. With stamp of Foulis Gallery on verso and hand written picture title. Paper a little aged. New mount and frame preserving original label. Richard Demarco is an artist, writer, producer and director of programmes and projects of theatre and visual art. Born in Scotland in 1930 with ancestors from Ireland, France and Italy, he initiated and activated new, forward-looking collaborations across Europe in the legacy of WWII, and since the 1950s has practised as a leading European advocate for contemporary art. He was a co-founder of the Edinburgh based Traverse Theatre in 1963 and in 1966 founded his own gallery in the city. [Closed 1992]

    Stock ID: 20904
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  • Coalport Ovens, Coalport Potteries by GENTLEMAN David (IRONBRIDGE SERIES)
    GENTLEMAN David (IRONBRIDGE SERIES)
    Coalport Ovens, Coalport Potteries

    Lithograph. Signed. 395 x 520mm. Lithograph printed by the Curwen Studio, 1971/72, edition 240, signed and numbered. David Gentleman, artist, designer, author, illustrator and printmaker, was born in London in 1930, his father being Tom Gentleman, from whom he received informal instruction. He attended St Albans Art School and the Royal College, where he was taught by Edward Bawden and John Nash. During a distinguished career he has written and illustrated many books as well as designing for numerous publishers and organisations including The Royal Mail, London Transport and The National Trust. This is one of a set of three images. Framed.

    Stock ID: 16978
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  • Durham Cathedral by (ROWNTREE KENNETH)
    (ROWNTREE KENNETH)
    Durham Cathedral

    1976

    Coloured screenprint. Signed and dated "76" and number 6/75. 483x 488. Printed by the artist and Audrey Dalby as the Design School, Department of Fine Art, University of Newcastle upon Tyne and published by the artist in an edition of 75. Framed. Fabulous image. The print was made after specially prepared photographs of the similarly entitled construction made in 1974 ('West Front, Durham' 1974, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne). Copy in the Tate collection [P02836] and the Tate catalogue provides a long explanation of the print making process which Rowntree said was "quite unlilke" other prints he had made exploring the relationship between lettering and piantwork. Framed See: www.tate.org.uk/servlet/ViewWork?cgroupid=999999961&workid=13002&searchid=12256&tabview=text.

    Stock ID: 20933
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  • Incline Plane by GENTLEMAN David (IRONBRIDGE SERIES)
    GENTLEMAN David (IRONBRIDGE SERIES)
    Incline Plane

    Lithograph. 395 x 520mm Signed. Lithograph printed by the Curwen Studio, 1971/72, edition 240, signed and numbered. David Gentleman, artist, designer, author, illustrator and printmaker, was born in London in 1930, his father being Tom Gentleman, from whom he received informal instruction. He attended St Albans Art School and the Royal College, where he was taught by Edward Bawden and John Nash. During a distinguished career he has written and illustrated many books as well as designing for numerous publishers and organisations including The Royal Mail, London Transport and The National Trust. This is one of a set of three images. Framed.

    Stock ID: 16979
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  • Iron Bridge by GENTLEMAN David (IRONBRIDGE SERIES)
    GENTLEMAN David (IRONBRIDGE SERIES)
    Iron Bridge

    Lithograph. 395 x 520mm Signed. Lithograph printed by the Curwen Studio, 1971/72, edition 240, signed and numbered. David Gentleman, artist, designer, author, illustrator and printmaker, was born in London in 1930, his father being Tom Gentleman, from whom he received informal instruction. He attended St Albans Art School and the Royal College, where he was taught by Edward Bawden and John Nash. During a distinguished career he has written and illustrated many books as well as designing for numerous publishers and organisations including The Royal Mail, London Transport and The National Trust. This is one of a set of three images. Framed

    Stock ID: 16981
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  • Undated watercolour by E Ridsdale Tate (1862 - 1922) RIDSDALE TATE E.
    North Street Ferry, York

    c1900

    135x217mm (in mount), and is still very sharp in its detail. Ridsdale Tate often created hypothetical images of York in earlier times and this appears to be one of those as it does not feature Lendal Bridge (1862). The picture is mounted with acid free mount board and is in narrow gilt and limed oak frame measuring 600x750mm.

    Stock ID: 7727
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  • Watercolour Prespective of the Interior of Scarthingwell Roman Catholic Church of Immaculate Conception and St John of Beverley, North Yorkshire by ATKINSON Thomas Witlam (1799-1861) [?]
    ATKINSON Thomas Witlam (1799-1861) [?]
    Watercolour Prespective of the Interior of Scarthingwell Roman Catholic Church of Immaculate Conception and St John of Beverley, North Yorkshire

    c.1854

    Stunning interior view of this ornate Neo-Norman church. Showing its lavish plasterwork decoration, original polychromy and stained glass by William Wailes. Watercolour. 420x610mm possibly by Thomas Atkinson, brother of one of the Architect brothers whose practice was originally that of John Carr of York. Built by a member of the Atkinson family for Lord Hawkes of Scarthingwell Hall in 1854, the church originally functioned as a private chapel. The Hall was demolished in the 1960s (though some of the landscaped grounds survive) and the church now stands alone but adjacent to modern sheltered housing. This water colour is of particular interest as it shows the vibrant original colour scheme, now whitewashed over.

    Stock ID: 12244
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