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.
DAVID JONES LARGE OIL PAINTING – VENICE
Artist: David Jones
Material: Oil on Canvas
Picture Size: 130cm X 100cm
Painting of gondolas in Venice. The painting only two years old and never got around to framing it. Measures 130cm L X 100cm H. In excellent condition. Has been protected in plastic.
RICHARD ASHTON – 19TH CENTURY OIL
Artist: Richard Ashton
Material: Oil on board
Oil Size: 65cm x 45cm
Frame Size: 74cm x 54cm
Year: 19th Century
Richard Ashton 19th century oil on board. It is an old oil with a nice gilt frame. It’s signed. There are rifts on the oil due to its age with a closed view. Otherwise, all good.
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.
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.
SUE SYME – THE PARTY
Title: Untitled (Someone called it “The Party”)
Artist: Sue Syme
Oil Size: 74cm x 115cm
Frame Size: 78.5cm x 116cm
A large, early Sue Syme, a very well known and respected artist. The painting comes with the original typewritten documentation that went with it when it was hung in an Art Exhibition in Westport.
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.