• Deux nues Allongees

    by Jules Pascin

    Jules Pascin was a Bulgarian-born French Expressionist painter. Known under the pseudonym of the “Prince of Montparnasse,” Pascin mainly painted women, often nude or in stages of undress, in a fleeting, gestural aesthetic akin to the movements of Fauvism or Cubism. Dimensions: (unframed) 48.50 cms x 44.40 cms /19.09 ins x 17.48 ins Signature: Stamped Atelier Pascin (lower right) Medium: Pencil on paper
  • Dyf was famed for his impressionistic landscapes, still-lives, and portraits. His paintings had been exhibited throughout the world, with Shows in England, America, Canada, Germany and Algeria.  Today he is considered one of the last of the true Impressionist artists. Dyf died in September 1985. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 60.96 cms x 71.12 cms /24.00 ins x 28.00 ins SIGNATURE: Signed (lower right) MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • Sur La Plage, c.1940

    by Lucien Adrion

    Lucien Adrion was known for his depictions of the French countryside and beaches. Though his paintings were made after the heyday of Impressionism, Adrion’s work largely adhered to the movement’s aesthetic model. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 24.0 x 32.0 ins/ 61.0 x 81.3 cm SIGNATURE: Signed 'Adrion' (lower left) MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • Olof Hermelin was one of the major Swedish landscape painters in the 19th century. The great love of his life was the landscape of central Sweden. After his education at the Art Academy of Stockholm, Hermelin traveled frequently to Paris between 1870-1875, the heart of European plein-air-painting. In France, he became familiar with the paintings of Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot and Charles-Francois Daubigny, the most famous landscape painters of the French "Barbizon School".  In Germany, Hermelin's works were firstly shown at the international exhibitions in Berlin and Munich Glass Palace from 1888 to 1900. The National Museum of Stockholm, the Art Museum in Gothenburg, the University of Uppsala and the Nordic Museum in Lund in Sweden bought works of Hermelin. In addition, among others, the University in Philadelphia has a work of the painter. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 61.0 x 81.3 cm/24.0 x 32.0 ins SIGNATURE: Signed lower right and dated 1876 MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • Rudolf Bauer was a highly important artist in the non-objective art movement in Germany and the United States. “Non-objective art,” aimed to break ties with the external world and depict an internal expression of a spiritual nature, encouraging a Utopian goal for art. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 14.2 x 10.7 ins/ 36.1 x 27.2 cm SIGNATURE: Signed ‘Rudolf Bauer’ (lower left) MEDIUM: Ink on paper
  • Neiges dans les Abruzzes, 1921

    by Jacques Martin-Ferrières

    In this pointillist winter landscape, Martin-Ferrières depicts the monumental mountains located in the Italian region of Abruzzo, focusing on one of the mountain-tops with the snow swirling around what could be a castle or a church. The artist’s superb sensitivity of colour is demonstrated within the painting as at the forefront the subtle harmonies of blue and violet are contrasted with the lighter background hues of pinks and creams, creating a stunning composition of animation and the tantalising effects of light. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 15.0 x 18.9 ins./ 38.1 x 45.7 cms SIGNATURE: Signed and dated lower right MEDIUM: Oil on board  
  • Rudolf Bauer was a highly important artist in the non-objective art movement in Germany and the United States. “Non-objective art,” aimed to break ties with the external world and depict an internal expression of a spiritual nature, encouraging a Utopian goal for art. The original ink proof drawing by Bauer used to create a series of lithographs. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 13.4 x 6.1 ins/ 34.0 x 15.5 cm SIGNATURE: Signed 'Rudolf Bauer' (lower right) MEDIUM: Ink and pencil on paper
  • Rudolf Bauer was a highly important artist in the non-objective art movement in Germany and the United States. “Non-objective art,” aimed to break ties with the external world and depict an internal expression of a spiritual nature, encouraging a Utopian goal for art. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 11.2 x 8.6 ins/ 28.4 x 21.8 cm SIGNATURE: Signed 'Rudolf Bauer' (lower left) MEDIUM: Gouache and ink on paper
  • Rudolf Bauer was a highly important artist in the non-objective art movement in Germany and the United States. “Non-objective art,” aimed to break ties with the external world and depict an internal expression of a spiritual nature, encouraging a Utopian goal for art. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 10.8 x 8.8 ins/ 27.4 x 22.4 cm SIGNATURE: Signed 'Rudolf Bauer' (lower left) MEDIUM: Watercolour, gouache, pastel and ink on paper
  • Untitled, c.1915-20

    by Rudolf Bauer

    Rudolf Bauer was a highly important artist in the non-objective art movement in Germany and the United States. “Non-objective art,” aimed to break ties with the external world and depict an internal expression of a spiritual nature, encouraging a Utopian goal for art. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 12.0 x 6.0 ins/ 30.5 x 15.2 cm SIGNATURE: Signed 'Rudolf Bauer' (lower left) MEDIUM: Ink and pencil on paper
  • White Point, 1922-23

    by Rudolf Bauer

    Rudolf Bauer was a highly important artist in the non-objective art movement in Germany and the United States. “Non-objective art,” aimed to break ties with the external world and depict an internal expression of a spiritual nature, encouraging a Utopian goal for art. Bauer sought to arrange line, forms, shapes, and colour to create harmony for the eye, and viewing pieces would be similar to experiencing different melodies. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 29.0 x 40.3 ins/ 73.7 x 102.4 cm SIGNATURE: Signed by Rudolf Bauer (verso) MEDIUM: Oil on masonite
  • Symphony, 1919-1923

    by Rudolf Bauer

    Rudolf Bauer was a highly important artist in the non-objective art movement in Germany and the United States. “Non-objective art,” aimed to break ties with the external world and depict an internal expression of a spiritual nature, encouraging a Utopian goal for art. Bauer sought to arrange line, forms, shapes, and colour to create harmony for the eye, and viewing pieces would be similar to experiencing different melodies. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 37.5 x 43.5 ins/ 95.3 x 110.5 cm SIGNATURE: Signed ‘Rudolf Bauer Baut’ (lower left) MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • Rudolf Bauer was a highly important artist in the non-objective art movement in Germany and the United States. “Non-objective art,” aimed to break ties with the external world and depict an internal expression of a spiritual nature, encouraging a utopian goal for art. Bauer sought to arrange line, forms, shapes, and colour to create harmony for the eye, and viewing pieces would be similar to experiencing different melodies. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 29.0 x 40.3 ins/ 73.7 x 102.4 cm SIGNATURE: Signed ‘R.Bauer’ (lower left) MEDIUM: Oil on masonite
  • Presto XI, 1917

    by Rudolf Bauer

    Rudolf Bauer was a highly important artist in the non-objective art movement in Germany and the United States. “Non-objective art,” aimed to break ties with the external world and depict an internal expression of a spiritual nature, encouraging a utopian goal for art. Fellow artist Hilla Rebay stated: “It is spirit, cosmic order, and creation of beauty which originates the work of art.” Their pursuit was akin to a visual musical composition: as notes could be composed to produce music for the ear, Bauer sought to arrange line, forms, shapes, and colour to create harmony for the eye, and viewing pieces would be similar to experiencing different melodies. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 29.5 x 38.0 ins/ 74.9 x 96.5 cm SIGNATURE: Signed ‘R.Bauer’ (lower left) MEDIUM: Oil on board
  • Allegro, 1928

    by Rudolf Bauer

    Rudolf Bauer was a highly important artist in the non-objective art movement in Germany and the United States. "Non-objective art," aimed to break ties with the external world and depict an internal expression of a spiritual nature, encouraging a utopian goal for art. Fellow artist Hilla Rebay stated: "It is spirit, cosmic order, and creation of beauty which originates the work of art." Their pursuit was akin to a visual musical composition: as notes could be composed to produce music for the ear, Bauer sought to arrange line, forms, shapes, and colour to create harmony for the eye, and viewing pieces would be similar to experiencing different melodies. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 30.0 x 40.0 ins/ 76.2 x 101.6 cm SIGNATURE: Signed 'R.Bauer' (lower right) MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • This charming painting depicts a curated garden in summer, and is by Hans Iten, the finest flower painter of his time. The garden is flooded in bright sunlight, while the trees in full leaf cause dappled shade. The composition makes the picture seem as though it is being viewed through a window, the tops of the trees projecting out of the picture plane. This gives the viewer the sense that they are experiencing the view through the trees in real life. DIMENSIONS: (unframed)53.3 x 67.3 cm / 21.0 x 26.5 ins SIGNATURE: Signed lower left MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • The Two Friends

    by Gustav Klimt

    This exquisite drawing is one of the most outstanding examples from the celebrated group of classic-sized sheets of drawings made by Gustav Klimt at the end of the first decade of the 20th century, his Golden Phase. Its striking quality lies in the rare surety and restraint of its line, the elegant balance, and sparsity of its composition, and the singular tenderness of its erotic subject matter. DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 21.7 x 13.7 in./ 55.0 x 34.9 cm SIGNATURE: Stamped and Inscribed lower right from the Estate of Gustav Klimt: ‘Nachlass meines Bruders Hermine Klimt’ MEDIUM: Graphite on paper
  • Still Life

    by Claude Venard

    DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 44.5 x 57.25 in./ 113.03 x 145.42 cm SIGNATURE: Signed'C. Venard' lower right MEDIUM: Oil on canvas  
  • Bathers on the Beach

    by Alexander Garbell

    DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 24 x 36 ins SIGNATURE: Signed MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • French Harbour

    by Emile Laborne

    DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 10.75 x 15.00 in./ 91.44 x 81.28 cm SIGNATURE: Signed lower right MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 15.75 x 19.75 in./40.0 x 50.17 cm SIGNATURE: Signed lower left MEDIUM: Oil on artist-board
  • Still Life fruit on a shelf

    by Giovanni Estienne

    DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 23.0 x 24.5 in./ 58.42 x 62. 23 cm SIGNATURE: Signed and dated on shelf MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 22.0 x 32.0 in./ 55.88 x 81.28 cm SIGNATURE: Signed lower right MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • Evening Glow, Granville

    by Eugène Galien Laloue

    DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 13.50 x 16.00 ins (34.29 x 40.64 cms) SIGNATURE: Signed MEDIUM: Oil on canvas Galien-Laloue is known and widely collected as a School of Paris or Belle Epoque painter. Most people are familiar with his Parisian street scenes that are similar to those by Luigi Loir and Edouard Cortes. They are often works on paper done with watercolor and gouache, though he is known to have worked in a multitude of media including pen, pencil and ink, and oil. These street scenes have become highly collected and desired as they were even during his lifetime. Born in Paris in 1854, Galien-Laloue studied under Charles Laloue. Galien-Laloue made his debut at the Salon des Artistes Francais in 1877, and continued throughout his years to show his works there with great success. In recent years, his work has enjoyed an international resurgence in popularity. Yet Galien-Laloue had another side. As he was under contract to particular galleries and not allowed to show with others, he often painted under aliases. This allowed him to paint something other than the commercially salable street scenes and to have artistic freedom. An alias gave him the ability to sell his more serious works and to make sales outside his dealer's gallery. Thus, Galien-Laloue signed many oils with names such as Galiani and Lieven. Galien-Laloue was prolific and painted in many different styles throughout his career. He was a versatile painter and it should be noted that this was partially because he was such a superb and facile draftsman. Galien- Laloue was painting in an electrifying city, a city that was the artistic and cultural center of the world, a city in which ladies of high fashion paraded about streets that were for the first time being freshly populated by omnibuses and cabs. The entertainment and nightlife of Paris was unequalled by any other city in the world and Galien-Laloue captured that moment.
  • A Tory Victory

    by Antoine Drury

    DIMENSIONS: (unframed)18.5 x 32.75 in./46.99 x 83.19 cm SIGNATURE: Signed and dated 1874 MEDIUM: Oil on board
  • Eden XIIII

    by Astor Milan Salcedo

    DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 80 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: Signed verso and inscribed lower right MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • Eden III

    by Astor Milan Salcedo

    DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 100 x 100 cm SIGNATURE: Signed verso and inscribed lower right MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • Swans on Lake Geneva

    by Virgilio Costantini

    DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 36.00 x 32.00 ins 91.44 x 81.28 cms SIGNATURE: Signed MEDIUM: Oil on canvas Virgilio Costantini was an Italian artist known for his Impressionistic painting. Colour and light command Costantini’s works, and this piece is by no means an exception. Here we see how Costantini has captured the brilliant blue hues of Lake Geneva, which contrast perfectly with the bright white feathers of the swans in the foreground. The white of the swans is echoed in the snow topped mountains and clouds to the rear of the scene, adding a sense of harmony and balance to the composition. Costantini uses symmetry to emphasise this harmony, not only in the lake’s reflection, but also in the family of swans. [woocommerce_currency_converter currency_codes="GBP, USD, EUR"]