• 5637-gustave-Jacquet-the-french-coquette

    The French Coquette

    by Gustave Jean Jacquet

    Here Jacquet has used fine brush stokes to capture the muse's delicate features and translucent skin. He has added a splash of colour with her yellow dress, blue neck tie and flowers in her hair. He has skilfully captured this elegant ladies beauty. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 15.6 x 12.4 in./39.5 x 31.4 cm SIGNATURE:Signed and artist stamp on stretcher verso MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • 5619-Constantini-the-green-hat

    The Green Hat

    by Virgilio Costantini

    Costantini began his artistic career in 1904 undertaking studies at the Academy of Fine Arts of Palermo under the guidance of the sculptor Mario Rutelli. There are numerous exhibitions in which he participated: in 1905 in Turin, in 1906 at the Universal Exposition in Florence and again in Florence in 1907 where he exhibited 'Fiore di Campo' and 'On the beach', shortly before moving to France. In 1908 he made his debut at the Paris Independent Living Show with two works and became a member of the French National Fine Arts Society. He returned to Italy in 1910 and participated in the IX Venice Biennale with 'Breton' and 'La cucitrice'. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 127.0 x 78.7 cm/50.0 x 31.0 ins SIGNATURE:Signed 'V. Costantini' (lower left) MEDIUM: Oil on canvas  
  • The Meet

    by William Barraud

    DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 44.0 x 54.0 in./ 111.8 x 139.7 cm MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • The New Baby

    by Giovanni Battista Torriglia

    Torriglia’s work is renowned for the superb depiction of interior scenes featuring Italian peasant families. He studied in Florence, where he developed his particular skill of capturing the vibrancy of everyday Italian life. The intricate detail and vivid personalities evident in his figures makes Torriglia stand out from other 19th Century genre painters.   The cosy effect of his interiors contrasts with the glimpses of outer life which we are afforded and his animals and children particularly are portrayed with affectionate knowledge. The figures have a superb feeling of realism and their natural and believable poses underline Torriglia’s firm placing in art history. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 43.0 x 28.5 in./ 109.2 x 72.4 cm SIGNATURE: Signed lower right MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • The son of the artist John Atkinson Grimshaw (1836-1893), Louis Grimshaw was born in Leeds and brought up at the family home, Knostrop Hall, a subject depicted here. Louis studied as a pupil of his father, collaborating with him on a number of works. Dimensions: (unframed) 27.9 x 47.0 cm/11.0 x 18.5 ins Signature: Signed & dated 1898 Medium: Oil on canvas  
  • 5620-marco-grubacs-venice


    by Marco Grubacs

    Marco Grubacs is known for his evocative portrayals of Venice. Grubacs’ consummate draughtsmanship, a skill that he developed very early in life, lends an air of architectural accuracy to his paintings. He was able to represent the city in all its moods, from romantic moonlight to bright sunshine. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 10.5 x 5.5 ins SIGNATURE: Both signed lower left MEDIUM: Oil on board
  • This beautiful work transports the beholder to a fantastical winter landscape, showing figures interacting with the coldness each in their own way. Some are fishing, others are gathering wood, riding a sleigh or leading a wagon through the snow. The church in the background fits perfectly in the serene atmosphere. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 27.8 x 39.8 in. / 70.6 x 101.1 cm SIGNATURE: Signed (lower left) MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • As a marine artist, Cooke worked under the painter Clarkson Stanfield making drawings of nautical details and studied onboard the West Indiaman Thetis and HMS Agamemnon.  In 1833 Cooke began painting in oils. He took formal lessons from James Stark in 1834. He emulated nature and the works of Richard Parkes Bonington and began exhibiting at the Royal Academy and the British Institution from 1835. He was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy in 1851 and was made a Royal Academician in 1863. Dimensions: (unframed)9.50 x 13.5 ins / 24.13 x 34.29 cms (each) Signature: Each signed and dated 1848, both with artist’s seal verso Medium: Oil on board