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Bell, Quentin   (1910-1996)
Bell, Quentin British artist, potter and author; the son of Clive Bell and Vanessa Stephen, and the nephew of Virginia Woolf.
A very interesting collection of four signed letters, three typed and one handwritten, all on Cobbe Place, Bebbingham, Lewes headed notepaper to Lawrence Ives, who has expressed an interest in buying Bell's ceramics. The letters, which stretch from the 8th November, 1982 to the 10th January 1983, provide a good insight into Bell's working life and all are boldly signed in ink at the conclusion.

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ref:7025  £125.00
Elmore, Alfred   (1815-1881)
Elmore, Alfred Irish painter.
An interesting document - a list, handwritten in ink, of seven of his paintings, with their owners (No.1 "Mary Queen of Scots and Darnley at Jedburgh". Proprietor - Angus Holdern Esq, Woodlands, Bradford) to Philip Cunliffe-Owen, October 16th 1877. This may have been in connection with the Paris 1878 Exposition Universelle which Cunliffe-Owen was organising. There's a good signature at the conclusion of the list.

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ref:6241  £20.00
Faed, Thomas   (1826-1900)
Faed, Thomas Scottish pinter, said to have done for Scottish art what Robert Burns did for Scottish song.
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fine signature in black fountain pen ink, cut from the bottom of a handwritten letter to Prince Albert, husband of Queen Victoria. 
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ref:6234  £10.00
Frith, William Powell   (1819-1909)
Frith, William Powell Yorkshire-born painter and good friend of Charles Dickens.
A fine signature in black fountain pen ink, cut from the bottom of a letter, on a small piece (2.75" x 1.5") laid to card.

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ref:6237  £10.00
Jones, Allen   (1937- )
Jones, Allen British pop artist.
A very fine 6" x 4" colour artcard of Wet Seal, nicely signed in blue ink down the left margin of the image

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ref:6762  £50.00
Jones, Allen   (1937- )
Jones, Allen British pop artist, most famous for his erotic fibreglass sculptures presenting women as furniture, with fetishist and sado-masochistic overtones.
A very fine 6" x 4" colour artcard of Chair (1969), nicely signed in black ink across a clear area of the image.

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ref:5534  £75.00
Nolan, Sidney   (1917-1992)
Nolan, Sidney Australian painter, one of his country's best known and most famous for his iconic series of paintings of the Australian outlaw, Ned Kelly.
A very fine signature and inscription in blue ink on a 5.5" x 3.5" white card.
Perfect for display mounting
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ref:4498  £50.00
Pritchett, Matthew   (1964- )
Pritchett, Matthew British cartoonist ("Matt") who has been drawing the Daily Telegraph's pocket cartoon since 1988.
A very fine original sketch in black ink on a Daily Telegraph printed correspondence card, with a signature and inscription for a fan ("For Amanda, with very best wishes, Matt").

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ref:5535  £15.00
Riviere, Briton   (1840-1920)
Riviere, Briton British painter of animal subjects, especially dogs.
A fine signature in black fountain pen ink on a 4" x 2" white card.

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ref:6232  £10.00
Scott, Peter   (1909-1989)
Scott, Peter
Great English ornithologist and artist, son of Robert Falcon Scott (“Scott of the Antarctic”).
A Benham's First Day Cover commemorating The British Butterfly Conservation Society and featuring four lovely Royal Mail butterfly stamps. Posted at Slimbridge on the 13th May 1981, it has been nicely signed by Peter Scott in black ink.

 


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ref:3781  £10.00
Scott, Peter   (1909-1989)
Scott, Peter
Great English ornithologist and artist, son of Robert Falcon Scott (“Scott of the Antarctic”).
A Benham's First Day Cover commemorating The Wildfowl Trust and featuring four lovely Royal Mail wild bird stamps. Posted at Slimbridge on the 16th January, 1980, it has been nicely signed by Peter Scott in black ink.

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ref:3783  £10.00
Scott, Peter   (1909-1989)
Scott, Peter
Great English ornithologist and artist, son of Robert Falcon Scott (“Scott of the Antarctic”).
A fine Benham's First Day Cover commemorating The Wildfowl Trust and featuring four lovely Royal Mail wild bird stamps. Posted at Slimbridge on the 16th January 1980, it has been nicely signed by Peter Scott in black  ink.

 


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ref:1576  £25.00
Searle, Ronald   (1920-2011)
Searle, Ronald British cartoonist, most famous for his creation of St Trinian's.
A fine letter, handwritten in black ink on a sheet of  8" x 10" headed paper (October 5, 1954) to the actor Tristam Jellinek.

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ref:4690  £125.00
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