“PINKIE” BY THOMAS GAINSBOROUGH REDONE 1983
Artist: Signed but Unidentified
Material: Acrylics on Canvas
Frame Size: 100cm x 70cm
This famous painting “Pankie” is hand Painted by an unidentified artist. It’s done after the original by Thomas Gainsborough. Artist signed but unidentified. Painted in 1983
Frame size 100cm x70cm. In excellent conditions.
VERA PEGRUM – GERGEOUS ART
Artist: Vera Pegrum
Oil Size: 45cm x 35cm
Frame Size: 59cm x 48.8cm
VERA PEGRUM (1914 – 1988)
Vera Pegrum was a British visual artist who was born in 1914. Several works by the artist have been sold at auction, including ‘2 works: Portrait of an Asian nude’ sold at Bonhams Oxford ‘Art & Antiques’ in 2012.
Very nice painting, small rips nearly the bottom of the oil (refer to photos). The frame is not such good condition.
Very Large Vibrate Painting
Artist: Meghan Geliza
Material: Acrylics on board
Oil Size: 120cm x 120cm
This is an amazing painting. Very large and absolutely outstanding. The detail in this is so articulate.
This is an outstanding painting from a very well known and highly regarded artist.
If you are a serous art collector this is exactly what you need for your collection or if you just like art for arts sake you will love this.
An interesting and very unique painting, the artist works are quite outstanding and truly amazing. It would be a privilege to own one of her works.
Retail $3600+ but on promotion only $1800!
(Promotion ends on 30 December 2015)
CHRISTIES SALE – GERALD FESTUS KELLY R.A.
Title: A Toreador
Artist: Gerald Festus Kelly R.A.
Art Size: 43cm x 24.5cm
Frame Size:65cm x 45.2cm
Year: 1879 – 1972
A nice watercolour. Label on reverse reads, ‘Gerald Festus Kelly R.A., Title: A Toreador. Ink., Purchased Christies Studio Sale’.
AMAZING NZ PAINTING OF PORT CHALMERS
Title: EARLY MORNING PORT CHALMERS
Artist: K. CRAWFORD
Oil Size: 59.5cm x 44cm
Frame Size: 67.8cm x 52.5cm
AMAZING NZ PAINTING OF PORT CHALMERS K. CRAWFORD 1985
The painting is in very good condition for its age and as per photos.
ANTIQUE WATERCOLOUR PAINTING WITH ARTIST’S MONOGRAM 1872
Artist: Unknow but signed with monogram
Oil Size: 42cm x 28cm
Frame Size: 46cm x 32cm
For sale is this watercolour (possibly other paints) painting on paper with artists monogram and date of 1872. The actual painting (not including frame) is approx 42.2cm x 28.2cm across and is in nice condition. The frame is worn and there is no glass. The painting is sitting loose inside the frame.
Artist: Lyndsay Brock
Material: Acrylic on Canvas
Oil Size: 76.4cm x 59cm
‘Solstice’ by Lyndsay Brock. Acrylic on canvas. Measurements; 76.4cm x 59cm x 3.5cm. This painting, from the artist’s ‘Masque’ series, depicts a veiled woman wearing an exotic mask and head-dress. It featurs the finely textured finish typical of the artist’s work, complete with a complex border design incorporating ‘Lyndish’ text in overlaid copper & gilt. The ‘Masque series was initially inspired by the splendour of festival costumes & masks worn in Venezia.
Lyndsay Brock is an award winning artist. Her work is varied, ranging from figurative to abstract, and a common theme is a touch of symbolism or mystery. Paintings reside in local collections, and many have been purchased by European and American buyers. Te Papa Museum recently added her design work to their collection.
NANCY DE FREITAS – BLOOD FLOORS/CLAY WALLS (HUGE)
Title: Blood Floor/Clay Walls
Artist: Nancy de Freitas
Material: Acrylic on Canvas
Oil Size: 130cm x 110cm
Frame Size: 134cm x 114cm
Nancy de Freitas Large Acrylic On Canvas. “Blood Floors/Clay Walls” part of her family album series. Signed & dated 92 bottom right. The image is in “Very Good” condition. The Rimu frame is also “Very Good”.
For the author’s explain, the three rooms refer to: 1) the place of the family/mother relationship 2) the honing of independence in wider relationships (ie to the family/siblings first) and 3) the growth of ego and personal strength. The bald heads refer to our human vulnerability and innocence.
All of the paintings in this series had a reflective/dark side and consider them to be the best of Nancy’s whole career. This one, ‘Blood Floor, Clay Walls’, is the cornerstone painting of the series. Hope to get a public gallery collection or a significant private collection so that it could be seen by many.