BEN BARRETT – ZULU WOMEN SELLING POTS
Title: Zulu Women selling pots
Artist: Ben Barrett
Material: Oil on canvas board
Oil Size: 61.2cm x 40.6cm
Media is oil on Canvas board measuring 61 cm by 40 cm painted 11 years ago by Ben Barrett of South Africa. It needs a frame or some screws to hang.
NL Oldham – SHERBORNE ABBEY 1939
Title: Sherborne Abbey
Artist: Unsigned but inscribed on the back
Material: Oil on board
Frame Size: 46.6cm x 34.2cm
Conditions: General – Some little spots on the painting if look very close (Refer to photos).
Unsigned but inscribed on the back. Oil on board painting.
SUMMER HOLIDAY – HUGE PAINTING
Title: Summer Holiday
Artist: SIRPA ALALAAKKOLA
Oil Size: 100cm x 150cm
Vibrant, textured, oil painting by SIRPA ALALAAKKOLA. Every one loves this painting as it’s so NZ summer! It valued more than $6000 but on promotion only $3800! Be quick.
(Promotion ends on 30 December 2015)
VALERIE BEERE – STRUMMING
Artist: Valerie Beere
Material: Oil on canvas
Oil Size: 60cm x 81cm
Frame Size:69cm x 90cm
Large painting from Valerie Beere. Believe the portrait is painted during Valerie’s classes in the 60s then it remained in her house many decades!
JOHN JOHNSTON – OLD SHED KING COUNTRY (AWARDED)
Title: Old Shed King Country
Artist: John Johnston
Oil Size: 34.5cm x 24.5cm
Frame Size: 49cm x 39cm
Year: 1970s / early 1980s
John Johnston was an Auckland painter and photographer. This painting won a New Zealand Painting and Printmaker Award, but cannot trace the year. It would have been in the 1970s or early 1980s.
DAME LAURA KNIGHT – BALLET (1936)
Artist: Dame Laura Knight (English, 1877-1970)
Art Size: 52cm x 42.8cm
Frame Size: 59.3cm x 50cm
Although Knight painted various subjects, her reputation was founded on paintings of the ballet and the circus, which became predominant after she moved to London. Technically of a high standard, her narrative realist works were painted in bright colours and have limited depth of expression (e.g. Ballet, 1936).
More likely it’s an original print (Not a model digital print). Signed. It’s very old.
Framed with no glass.